Friday, December 25, 2009

The Giovanni-Inoue Home, Treadwell, NY.

The house is an 1887 built farmhouse, and used to have a working gristmill and barn. My parents have owned it for 24 years, and I spent all of my summers, winters, and weekends here as a kid. I love it here so much. It feels more like home more than anywhere else to me.
The kitchen.
A.F. Georgia built the house and was the original owner.

My father trying on his new gloves.
A photograph my mother took with an antique tintype below.







The woman in the photograph is my Grandmother, Marina, whom I am named after.


That wasp's nest!!!


Stella by the fireplace in her new Ralph Lauren Sweater.

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