Spanning the years

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the bridging camp in Wyke Regis, Dorset, England which was established on the shores of the Fleet in May 1928.

Full story by Nicola Rayner in the Dorset Echo

The house that Jack built

This article by Mahlon Stacy originally appeared in House and Garden, A monthly magazine devoted to Architecture, Gardens, Decoration, Civic and Outdoor Art in 1905. The Magazine was edited by Charles Francis Osborne. This transcription was made from pages 83 and 84 of Volume 7, covering the period January to June, 1905 and Published in 1906 at Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. A. by The John C. Winston Co. of 1006-1016 Arch Street.  It should however be noted that today the connection to the Boston printer, Thomas Fleet and his mother-in-law Elizabeth Vergoose has been largely discounted.

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