Mourning art was not a phenomenon that was unique to the Victorian era, but it is an understatement to say that the genre flourished in that time period. The Victorians were obsessed with death, and the mourning art that they left behind is a testament to that. Cobblestone’s new exhibit,
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Denise Bedard joins us to explain her Victorian Chicken Foot Collection in this episode of History at Home.
This episode of History at Home features Erin Anheier as she explains her Singer Featherweight Sewing Machine.
Cobblestone Board Member Al Capurso tells us about a beautiful 19th century imported chandelier he has in his home that was originally found in the E. Kirk Hart Mansion in Albion.
We are pleased to welcome Erin Anheier for this episode of History at Home featuring her Butterfield Cobblestone House.