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La Via del Te Fennel Licorice Tea Blend

By Melanie | September 29, 2018

To truly enjoy this Fennel Licorice tea, you need to be a fan of fennel seeds (70%) and licorice root (30%). It has a very strong flavor. This tea can be served hot or cold. The flavor resembles black licorice. Licorice root has a very sweet but woodsy flavor. You can see bits of the…

Maw and Co. Tile Design No 16 circa 1890-1900

Tile Designs of Maw & Co circa 1850 and 1890

By Melanie | September 28, 2018
Home Tile Designs from the Associated Tile Manufacturers (Beaver Falls, Pa.) 1921

Tile Designs of 1920

By Melanie | September 27, 2018
Top Publications of CTG for 2016

Top Digital Titles for the Year 2016

By Melanie | September 26, 2018

In 2016, the botanical, zoological, art nouveau, and at deco publications brought the most interest from readers. Below is the list of top selling titles for 2016 along with the titles sold for each month. Top 10 Publications for the Year 2016 Ernst Haeckel Inspired by Nature Pierre Joseph RedoutĂ© Fruit and Flower Illustrations Pierre…

La Via del Te Ginger Lemon Tea Blend

La Via del Te Ginger Lemon Tea Blend

By Melanie | September 23, 2018

If you are not a big fan of ginger teas, the lemon grass helps to offset the ginger flavor and is quite pleasing. This Ginger Lemon herbal tea (tisane) is very well balanced and not sweet. What is lemon grass? Although ginger and its benefits are well known, the benefits of lemon grass are less…

Building the Manhattan Bridge from Cassier's 1912

Building the Manhattan Bridge

By Melanie | September 22, 2018

[Reprinted from Cassier’s Magazine 1912. Article by Howard R. Commings] ONE of the most important among the vast number of great engineering structures recently built in New York City is the Manhattan Bridge. This crosses the East River about a quarter of a mile above the Brooklyn Bridge, and serves as another link to connect…

Santa Monica Pier Construction From Cassier's Magazine November 1909

Santa Monica Pier Design and Contstruction – The 100 Year Old Landmark

By Melanie | September 21, 2018

[Reprinted from an article in Cassier’s Magazine November 1909 titled “Concrete Pier Construction on the Pacific Coast. The new Reinforced-concrete Wharf at Santa Monica by H. H. Dunn] In view of the widely extending use of sand, lime and cement in construction, from the dwelling cast in moulds to the towering skyscraper knit together with…

Washington Roebling Portrait - Builder of the Brooklyn Bridge circa 1902

Washington Roebling Biography — Builder of the Brooklyn Bridge

By Melanie | September 20, 2018

[Republished from Cassier’s Magazine 1902]. AS an engineer Colonel Roebling’s first work was in assisting his father, the late John A. Roebling, to build the Allegheny Suspension Bridge. This was shortly after graduation from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, at Troy, N. Y., in 1857. Since that time international fame has been his as builder of…

Bird's Eye View of New York circa 1879 by Currier and Ives

Bird’s Eye View of New York circa 1879

By Melanie | September 18, 2018