Nancy Winsor (1778-1850), Balch School - Nancy was the sole surviving child of Olney Winsor and his first wife, Freelove Waterman (1755-1783), who died when Nancy was only five years old. Olney married secondly Hope Thurber and it is in his letters to her that he reveals his direct involvement in Nancy's schooling and a deep concern for his daughter's well-being. Nancy Winsor never married and in her will, she bequeathed a "sampler" to Rebecca C. Humphreys.
Ghentis a fantastic area! There is always something happening here! On the South endthe Hague is a picturesque body of water with an arching land mass with high end homes lining the shore. The Hague also provides an unobstructed beautiful view of theChrysler Museum. Monticello Ave runs the length of the eastern side. The North end of the neighborhood has some interesting boundaries. 23rd street is listed on Google as the last street included in Ghent. Theres Jeff Robertson ParkWeyanoke Bird…
Beautiful Stained Glass Door! Mother bought an old church stained glass door of a lamb with a halo at a 1969 yard sale in Olney, Md! She strapped it to her car roof to get it home to Florida and installed it over her glass-jalousied apartment door! It was gorgeous and assured her much more privacy. As an interior designer, she was always ahead of the trends.
New England Clam Chowder. This is amazing! I didn't use the extra clam juice it calls for just what was in the clams and it was plenty, anymore and I'm afraid it would taste to fishy. Taste just like what we are in WA last week.