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Cambridge Architecture, Part One: Cambridge Public Library

Cambridge Architecture, Part One: Cambridge Public Library

The original Cambridge Public Library (pictured above) at 449 Broadway was built in 1888 with land and full construction funding donated by Frederick H. Rindge. Its Richardsonian Romanesque design was by Van Brunt & Howe. Frederick H. Rindge (pictured above) was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the only surviving son among six children of Samuel B. Rindge (1820-1883) and … Continue reading

The Value of Art, The Value of Ourselves

“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.”  ― Leonardo da Vinci I did not intend to become an artist, it was in actuality, just something I had stumbled upon. I still am not an artist, but I do enjoy art, creativity and the value … Continue reading