Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

David Loomis’s Inn simple panel sign, Westchester, 1811 – Connecticut Historical Society and Connecticut History Online

Blue & Brown Primitive Cottage

The ancient Greek goddess and allegorical figure of Fame experienced a revival with the rise of neoclassicism in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. This weathervane is particularly notable for its well-preserved detail and fine old surface. It is thought to have been the last of its type created toward the end of the nineteenth century by E.G. Washburne & Company of New York City. From about 1908 to 1963, the weathervane hung from the Washburne workshop at 207 Fulton Street.

Rejuvenation Salvage Sighting: Edison Lamp Works of General Electric, advertising display light bulb box, c.1923 lighting | Tumblr

Getty Imagesfrom Getty Images

High Degree Symbols From the book The Freemason by Eugen Lennhoff published 1932... Pictures

High Degree Symbols From the book The Freemason