Monthly Archives: October 2002

Hearth to Hearth: Women in Food Advertising

Hearth to Hearth: Women in Food Advertising – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – October 2002 Nineteenth-century American women, adapting to the mushrooming cities of their century, undertook a new role and learned to become proficient in the arts and skills of consumerism. As they continued to be the practitioners of home cooking, they became the obvious […]

Three Centuries of Art and Architecture at the Portland Museum of Art

Three Centuries of Art and Architecture at the Portland Museum of Art – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – October 2002 Restored Federal-era McLellan House and Beaux-Arts L. D. M. Sweat Memorial Galleries Reopen. On Saturday, October 5, 2002, the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME,  will reopen to the public two fully-restored historic […]

Bidding at Auction: Antique Auction Bidding Strategies

Bidding at Auction: Antique Auction Bidding Strategies, The Business of Doing Business in Antiques – Journal of Arts and Collectibles – October 2002 I recently bought a Civil War surgical set, sight unseen, from an auction company 1000 miles from my home in Maine. I was the successful phone bidder, someone that auction attendees hold […]