Fall River's Old City Hall. A beautiful and dignified civic building, which was of course demolished in the late-mid 20th Century and replaced by a hideous concrete brutalist monstrosity that looks like a giant filing cabinet. The same thing happened in Boston on a slightly larger scale, except at least the old one was not demolished.
Lane furniture brutalist chest fo drawers in solid walnut United States 1970's Very nice cubistic chest of drawers produced by Lane Furniture Co., Altavista, United States. This one comes from the 'Mosaic' Collection. This high console contains 5 drawers hidden behind a nicely designed solid walnut mosaic pattern.
Cabinet Card, Six Young Men Posing Together, Wauseon, Ohio | In my new, straightened circumstances, I'm having to consider parting with a few images. Friday, at the Liberty Antiques Show, in anticipation of such a brutal necessity, I bought this image, with the intention of selling it. Prior to that realization, i.e., brutal necessity, I would have bought the image with the intention of keeping it. In the world of "gay interest," this photo has a number of things going for it. Moustaches are…
Simply radiant shop — Winter can be brutal in Lafayette, Indiana, but Dave doesn't care. He's out in his workshop custom-building cabinets or furniture—in his shirtsleeves. "The best thing I did was install in-floor radiant heat. There's no open flame, no air movement, constant temperature, and a warm floor," Dave says.