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Vol. 10 No. 4 of The Storybook Home Journal
What's in this issue?
Housekeepers In Earnest the Decorating article
Keeping home and creating a delightful decor using tips from Kate and Helen's housekeeping in Deephaven. Includes art works by Childe Hassam and James Tissot.
So Kept In Remembrance the Hearth article
Turning oyster and clam shells into family heirlooms and souvenirs of a summer. Includes art work by Childe Hassam.
An Unreasonably Good Supper the Kitchen article
Recipes for "unreasonably good" chowders, salad, beach-scavenged jams, and the ultimate strawberry shortcake, shaped like a sea turtle. Includes art works by James Tissot and Al R. Young.
Her Oldest Songs the Music article
Sheet music for new a piano arrangement of the British folk tune, "The Turtledove." Includes art work by Sophie Anderson.
What Love And Care the Garden article
Garden memories and advice from Sarah Orne Jewett and her dear friend and poet, Celia Thaxter. Features vignettes from the art works of Meneerke Bloem, Childe Hassam, Samuel Champlain, and Ashton Young.
Laid In A Pattern the Workshop article
The why, wherefore, and how-to for laying brick paths outdoors. Includes art works by Childe Hassam and Ashton Young.
The Top Of The Fashion the Looking Glass article
A glimpse at the fashions Kate Lancaster and Helen Denis would have brought from Beacon Hill, Boston to Deephaven, Maine. Includes art work by James Tissot.
Living Richly Without Being Rich the Attic article
Suggestions for using up shells left over from clam chowder, and jam labels, customized seeds packets, and gathering baskets.
The House On Wattle Street the Writer's Garret article
Seymore Wainscott describes the home into which he and Bryhta moved following their wedding. Complete with his drawing of the rooms' floor plan, Seymore outlines the beginning of their home together and traces its relationship to The White Pavilion.
By Al R. Young purchase novellas constituting the papers (updated 2018 March 26) The novellas constituting this product are available for purchase directly and solely from Al Young Studios. They are not available in retail outlets. Novellas are printed on demand, and can be purchased individually or in groups in any configuration desired.
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By Al R. Young The Deephaven issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios. This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - Housekeepers In Earnest (2 pages)Hearth - So Kept In Remembrance (1 page)Kitchen - An Unreasonably Good Supper (3 pages)Music - Her Oldest Songs (1 page)Garden - What Love And Care (3 pages)Workshops - Laid In A Pattern (2 pages)Glass - The Top Of The Fashion (1 page)Attic - Living Richly Without Being Rich (1 page)Garret - The House On Wattle Street (3 pages)Deephaven is the 64th issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »