I had another week that was pretty busy. I managed to get out to gather more door photographs, but I still haven’t found time to sit down and do the research I want to do. If you’re wondering why that matters, read on. If you can live without that explanation, skip to the gallery.
Wait, if you’re on your way to the gallery, remember that after poking around here, you really should go up and visit Norm Frampton’s site. You see, Norm makes all this possible. Each week, he invites door lovers from around the world to link up at his place. You can go there to see his doors, and find links to other door posts.
As to why the research is important, well, it’s to prevent me from kicking myself. On several occasions, I have posted doors from a place, only to discover a treasure trove of information about the place, a few weeks later. Since I know many of these buildings are old, and I know the entire area has been added to our National Registry of Historic Places, I’m reasonably sure there is information about some of these buildings. I want to check that listing and the other sources I have found before posting those images.
Today’s gallery is a little lighthearted but the structures are mostly from outside the historic district.