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The images below (background spot-cleaned) come from a rather obscure 16th century anonymous paper manuscript containing sketches of geometric solids.The illustrations have been cropped from the slightly larger full-page layouts. It consists of more than thirty watercolour sketches of polyhedra^ or, as the Latin title on one of the images above has it, perspectives of the regular solids (a standard descriptive name, originating with Plato and Euclid).
I would cautiously suggest**, therefore, that it likely dates to the latter half of the century.Participants are encouraged to bring a photo of their home and we’ll help identify its style.Saturday, April 11th, 2015, 10 AM-3 PM: Exterior Paint Workshop Private Huntington Home Huntington Alert presents this hands-on workshop.Participants will learn lead safety tips, proper methods for paint removal and preparing surfaces, how to make repairs with wood epoxy, and techniques for painting exterior wood siding and trim.Participation is limited and registration is required on a first-come, first-serve basis.The City of Huntington Historic Review Board is hosting an educational lecture and workshop series in 2014-2015 called “Know Your Historic Home.” Huntington Alert, Inc. ” at our regular public meeting to be held at the Huntington County Historical Museum.
Please check back as additional events will be added as announced. Huntington County Historical Museum, 315 Court Street, Huntington Huntington Alert will present “What Style is It?
Learn the difference between a bungalow and a ranch, a Queen Anne’s turret and an Italianate’s cupola, and whether “Victorian” is an era or a style.
We’ll take a photographic tour through the architectural history of Huntington County.
To register, please contact Shannon Zuercher, staff for the Huntington Historic Review Board: shannon.zuercher@us Saturday, May 16th, 2015: Dating and Identifying Historic Photographs AM – Doors open to register photos for scanning 10 AM – Presentation Noon – Q&A/Show-and-Tell Session Huntington City-Township Public Library Meeting Room, 255 W.
Park Drive, Huntington In honor of Historic Preservation Month, Joan Hostetler will present “Dating and Identifying Historic Photographs.” From boxes of unidentified photographs to discs of digital images, we all have family photographs that need attention.
This workshop explores dating and identifying historic photographs.