Vintage postcard of “The Washington Arch, Washington Square, N.Y. City” (c.1909)
Feels good to be back home!

Vintage postcard of “The Washington Arch, Washington Square, N.Y. City” (c.1909)

Feels good to be back home!

This city is called Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky located on the Bering Sea at the base of Avachinsky Volcano. The port is a lively and mysterious place closely guarded by the salmon eating wild bears who live in derelict shipping containers on the docks. (acrylic paint, ink, pencil, and manila paper; 2013) – Nathan Carter

This city is called Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky located on the Bering Sea at the base of Avachinsky Volcano. The port is a lively and mysterious place closely guarded by the salmon eating wild bears who live in derelict shipping containers on the docks. (acrylic paint, ink, pencil, and manila paper; 2013) – Nathan Carter

Vintage postcard of “The Dome, St. Paul’s Cathral. London”
From the early 1900s. I’ve never seen “Cathedral” shortened to “Cathral” before!

Vintage postcard of “The Dome, St. Paul’s Cathral. London”

From the early 1900s. I’ve never seen “Cathedral” shortened to “Cathral” before!

Illustrations of Farmington, CT by Sascha Maurer
For Phil Stong’s “Miss Porter’s Famous Town”, from Ford Times Magazine (Volume 48, Number 4; April 1956)
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Illustrations of Farmington, CT by Sascha Maurer
For Phil Stong’s “Miss Porter’s Famous Town”, from Ford Times Magazine (Volume 48, Number 4; April 1956)
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Illustrations of Farmington, CT by Sascha Maurer

For Phil Stong’s “Miss Porter’s Famous Town”, from Ford Times Magazine (Volume 48, Number 4; April 1956)