Giving The Past A Presence

Giving The Past A Presence

There are 10 comments on the Hartford Courant story from Feb 13, 2008, titled Giving The Past A Presence. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

Today, At Home launches a new feature about the unusual, highly personal spaces and one-of-a-kind design elements that people love in their homes.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Hartford Courant.

Sandi Gorin

Glasgow, KY

#1 Feb 14, 2008
A wonderful article, a charming home and a brilliant decorator! Congratulations to Gary and his saving the past, enjoying the present and preserving it for the future!

Sandi - the south central KY historian
FL Mert T

Jacksonville, FL

#2 Feb 14, 2008
It's one lucky house and city to have the most unique human ever to grace the narrow streets of T-ville. Love you, Bird. The house is just brilliant!
veronica

Concon, Chile

#3 Feb 14, 2008
conosco la casa !!! afortunada yo!! y toda ella es maravillosa
Ed Rivera

AOL

#4 Feb 15, 2008
Entering this house is like going back in time. It is a museum; a place where you can see up close, and sometimes touch, object of historical meaning and value. I know, because I have visited this house. Kudos to Mr. Pittock for his neverending search for artifacts that are rarely seen today. These keepers of the past are rarely seen today and are uncommon. A true historian of early American treasure.
Bruce Parsons

East Hartford, CT

#5 Feb 15, 2008
I think this guy is nuts!
Jake

AOL

#6 Feb 15, 2008
Bruce Parsons wrote:
I think this guy is nuts!
Nuts as in petrified walnuts!
The doctor is in

Centerville, TX

#7 Feb 18, 2008
Bruce Parsons wrote:
I think this guy is nuts!
Why?
Jake

AOL

#8 Feb 23, 2008
The doctor is in wrote:
<quoted text> Why?
BP was his coworker and it's a joke about the walnuts.

Since: May 07

Louisville

#9 Feb 25, 2008
I would love to see this house. Being from Monroe County myself it just really seems interesting. My husband and I have built a little one room cabin in the woods behind our house. We tore down my grandparents house and used the products to build our little cabin. My husband even saved an original corner cabinet that my grandfather had built himself. My grandfather died two years before I was born so it is really comforting to me to have a part of my heritage right in my backyard that is now preserved and my entire family can still enjoy for years to come.
janie

Scottsville, KY

#10 Feb 26, 2008
Sandi Gorin wrote:
A wonderful article, a charming home and a brilliant decorator! Congratulations to Gary and his saving the past, enjoying the present and preserving it for the future!
Sandi - the south central KY historian
I agree with you. It is really a great place.

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