Young girls schooled in fancy decorative techniques took paintbrush in hand to stencil these rare bedcovers.
Long before the southern Jersey coast became a Victorian mecca, New Englanders built sturdy colonial homes with local materials.
Lew and Jean Albrecht relocated the 1695 Reeves house, one of the earliest and most important in Cape May County, then spent years restoring it properly.
Joe and Nancy Geisert found their retirement getaway in a circa 1761 house on Cape May, which they now share with donkeys and goats.
The Greens worked from the ground up, teaching themselves every aspect of restoration on their 1842 farmhouse in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Well-preserved early homes, open farmland, and a wealth of material culture imbue Deerfield, Massachusetts, with a sense of New England as it was meant to be.
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