The Windsor Institute has always helped its students who have gone pro with marketing advice. Although the marketing attempt below is unique, it is not one we would advise. That it dates from 1825 makes it even more interesting. The text is an advertisement printed in the New York National Advocate in the September 14
Human beings need celebrations. Celebrations are the way we mark out the rhythms and patterns of our lives. We celebrate joyful events like weddings and births, and we celebrate the painful ones such as death. Here at The Windsor Institute, we deal with lots and lots of people and so, we celebrate all the time.
There was a very interesting article in eighth anniversary issue of Antiques & Fine Art magazine. It was written by Christopher Swan, a furniture conservator at Colonial Williamsburg. Mr. Swan is aware (as are many students of old furniture) that period paints were far more brilliant than most of us realize. Many have the misconception
I prepared a very long description (6,500 words) about steam bending chair parts. It starts with log selection and ends with drying bent parts. Obviously, it is a subject I know a lot about. Thus, I have a lot to say. I would very much prefer to run the installments consecutively, but that would take