3 thoughts

  1. That window (in the middle of the stone facade) used to have the best Christmas window display–full of wind-up and mechanized toys.

  2. Just wanted you to know that I read the article in the Oregonian and immediately grabbed my laptop. I have spend quite a pleasant afternoon on your site. My perfect “bygone era” is 1850 to 1930…. I don’t know why. But it may be like you said – a simpler time. I go all gooey over anything that gives a glimpse to what real people did on an average day. I love watching Antiques Roadshow for that very reason. I collect old books, and especially hymnals from late 1800s – each person carried their own with them to church. I’ve found small gems like candy wrappers, grocery lists, old greeting cards, tucked inside. So precious! Anyways… thanks for a great afternoon. I’ll stop by again soon.

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