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Thank you for taking the time to check out my little photography site. I have been a photographer for years, but now I find myself working in a library. It sounds strange, yes, but what I am doing is helping create digital archives. Makes more sense now. Right? On this site I'll share with you images, and stories about the people, places and memories that go along with these images. I hope you enjoy the time you spend here.


The Campbell House

On New Year's Eve I packed up the car and headed out to St. Louis to visit one of my best friends. She lives in downtown St. Louis not too far from the Gateway Arch. In fact, she lives at the Campbell House Museum above the carriage house and gives tours for the museum on the weekends. On one of her tour days she let me walk around and photograph.

The house was built in the 1800's and for the most part owned my the Campbell family. What makes it special is that it retains 80%- 90% of the family's original contents. The furnishings are straight up Victorian opulence. I was actually taken back by all the grandeur.

The museum has staged the house so well, that as you walk through it, you feel as if you've stepped back in time and you half expect to bump into a man in a top hat and waist coat as you pass down the hall.

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