Monthly Archives: April 2013

What We Thought We Knew…But Didn’t

Lately we have been spending quite a bit of time around here planning for several upcoming events at Kenmore, all related to a rather unusual topic for us – World War II.  During the war years, the Kenmore Ladies Association … Continue reading

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Shards and Fragments, Part 2

As you may recall, several months ago we discussed the results of recent analysis of archaeological finds in the Kenmore kitchen yard.  In that post, I described what the analysis told us about the types of glassware that were in … Continue reading

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Overhead and Underfoot

At the moment, in its unfurnished state, the ceiling in Kenmore’s Dining Room would be considered the room’s most prominent feature.  It is simply impossible not to look up and stare upon entering the room.  It is hard to imagine, … Continue reading

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