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June 4, 2015

Friday OT
June 19, 2015 7:25 AM - Partridge

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Thursday OT
June 18, 2015 6:51 AM - dibs
GM. A study in grays

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Wednesday OT
June 17, 2015 6:33 AM - dibs
GM. Nice BH house on Middagh St. Bound for there myself later this morning.

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Tuesday OT
June 16, 2015 6:10 AM - dibs
GM.

The C. A. Belden House, a Queen Anne Victorian in the Pacific Heights section of San Francisco on Gough Street between Clay and Washington streets. The house is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Monday OT
June 15, 2015 6:08 AM - dibs
GM.

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Flag Day Weekend OT
June 13, 2015 6:32 AM - dibs
GM.

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Friday OT & RF's Birthday
June 12, 2015 5:46 AM - dibs
GM & HB

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Thursday OT
June 11, 2015 8:24 AM - dibs
GM.

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Wednesday OT
June 10, 2015 6:36 AM - dibs
GM.

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Tuesday OT
June 9, 2015 6:07 AM - dibs
GM.

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Monday OT
June 8, 2015 6:10 AM - dibs
GM.

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Weekend OT
June 6, 2015 6:32 AM - dibs
One of the houses I visited in Deerfield. This home was originally owned by a doctor who painted it this shade of blue. Built in 1747, the Wells-Thorn House presents period rooms depicting the lifestyle of Deerfield residents in a progression from the early days of 1725 all the way up to the high-style of the 1850s. It is furnished to illustrate the development of the agricultural economy, domestic life, and refinement in the Connecticut Valley. The earliest rooms of the Wells-Thorn House show life in Deerfield during the frontier period. Later period rooms in the house reflect the increased availability of consumer goods and the growing prosperity and sophistication of Deerfield’s residents.

As an editorial note, the pigments used to make blue paints were quite expensive then and therefore made this paint a real symbol of status.

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