Thursday, March 20, 2008


Very time consuming.


I really enjoyed the ones on the Lincoln Library and Museum in Springfield as I had visited it about 2 years ago. It is an easy day's drive from Lexington and is extremely interesting. It is also interesting to walk over to his home and see how the Park Service is dealing with the issues involved in restoring the entire block --many of the original structures have been torn down. Do they rebuild them from photos, leave the lots empty, build just an "outline" (like the Ben Franklin house in Philadelphia). Also, the Lexington History Museum in the old courthouse currently has an exhibit on Lincoln in Lexington.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008


This is the link to my flickr picture. What I liked about flickr. was that I could then go directly into zazzle. This picture will become a 3 cent stamp to go with our 29 cent stamp of Pence Hall.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Week 7-8

This is the link to a photo album I made from the week I spend volunteering in New Orleans with the Hurricane Katrina animal rescue operation run by The Humane Society of the United States.

This is a blank card I made to use to thank people who donated materials/money to the Design Library. I also made a matching stamp using a picture of Pence Hall taken in 1910.

Thursday, February 21, 2008


Forgot to post my link

Tuesday, February 19, 2008 was, for me, the easiest of the exercises and the most interesting. I was able to connect with a really good 20 min. video on urban sprawl.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Done. Thanks to Michelle Cosby at Law for help on getting connectedlibrary added to the network.

Finding other people who had sites on historic preservation was nice ---I watched a 20 min. video on urban sprawl that was excellent.

Faith Harders