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Victorian decorating site

Posted by kennebunker (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 13, 08 at 10:08

I wanted to let everyone know that I've added a table of contents to my Victorian Decorating site.
There's just too much information on there to wade through if you're looking for something in particular. ... tents.html

I also updated the More Links page, deleting or repairing the ones that were no longer working. I think I add a few more recently. I know I have a page full to check on and still add as soon as I can get around to it.

I counted the pictures in my image gallery on Picasa. There's over 900!

Here is a link that might be useful: the Contents list

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RE: Victorian decorating site

My browser can't open the link...

RE: Victorian decorating site

here's a link to the front page, the contents is there anyway.
Don't know why it wasn't working here.

Here is a link that might be useful: Victorian Decorating

RE: Victorian decorating site

What a nice website you have Kennebunker.

Tell me, have you ever been to Natchez, Mississippi? If you haven't been it is worth the trip, to see all the grand home's they have.

RE: Victorian decorating site

No, I've never been to Natchez. I do have a nice link that I haven't gotten around to adding to my website yet. It's from the national Park Service and has absolutely EVERYTHING you'd ever want to know about Melrose Plantation. There are elevations, floor plans, drawings, history, notes on original colors and assorted whatnot.

On the page, click on the Management link in the left hand column. that will lead to all sorts of documents you can download.

Here is a link that might be useful: Melrose

RE: Victorian decorating site

Thank you Kenne for the information. I think I toured the Melrose sometime back.

The actor George Hamilton use to own a house there in Natchez. It is a site to behold, I think it is Victorian and enormous and gorgeous.

Thanks again...

RE: Victorian decorating site

I believe the house he owned was Oak Alley.

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