|An old Hoosier-esque cupboard in the shed at Green's Heritage Museum|
in Orient, Ohio. [I particularly like the vines growing around it.]
|The butler's pantry at the James A. Garfield Historic Site in Mentor, Ohio.|
|The interior of the small field worker's wagon at Green's Heritage Museum.|
It was used by migrant workers from Kentucky who came up to Ohio each summer.
There is a small bedroom and an open area for cooking and living space––like a Gypsy caravan.
|The cupboard and counter in the field worker's wagon.|
|A former tourist cabin.|
|The cupboard and kitchen area of the tiny tourist cabin|
at Green's Heritage Museum. What little girl, or grown woman,
would not want this as a playhouse of their own?
Two views of the kitchen and pantry area that was in the old store at Green's Heritage Museum.
|A row of old oatmeal boxes in the old store.|
A "Portable Pantry," made in Ohio in the latter part of the 19th century. I'd heard about them but had never seen one before. I found this in an antique shop in Berlin, Ohio (but did not buy it!).
|A flower arranging volunteer in the room made for the same purpose at|
Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens in Akron, Ohio. Above this space,
on the second story, is a commodious linen closet with cupboards and drawers.
|Last but not least, my friend Linda spotted a copy of my book on the upper shelf|
of the gift shop of Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens. I was glad to see it and they ordered more copies.