Consulting Editor Eleanor H. Gustafson closes out our September/October 2022 issue
Even as it awaits restoration, the historic Bronson House in Hudson, New York, reveals its architectural charms
Coup de foudre: Why I’m restoring an ancestor’s Louisiana home
The library built in the central German city of Weimar in the latter decades of the eighteenth century by Anna Amalia, Duchess of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, is one of the world’s cultural treasures.
A royal residence gets a dazzling touch-up.
The refurbishment of an 1855 theater and arts center is the latest milestone in the renaissance of Hudson, New York.
By MARGARET NOWELL; from The Magazine ANTIQUES, February 1945. There are few more worth-while experiences than bringing back to life an old house. This is what Mr. and Mrs. John Howard Joynt have done with the handsome brick house at 601 Duke Street in Alexandria, Virginia. Fig. 1-The house, with its gray brick wall, encloses two sides of the property, and overlooks …