A Selfish Desire Morphs Into a Classic Win/Win

I admit it: I get a real thrill taking pictures of historic home interiors on the other side of the velvet rope. It was an itch that I needed to scratch, and in the spring of 2016 an idea developed that I figured would grease this skid in the best possible way. If I got…

The Genesis of Historic Rescue

It’s spring 2012 and I’m standing outside the Thomas Clarke house in Princeton, New Jersey. The docent, a very patient man named John, is talking to a group of students from a local junior high school. He’s trying to explain to the very distracted group what it was like to live in a farmhouse in…