The World of Ida Ella Jones

The picture, a small, delicately hued watercolor, is deceptively simple. A plain white farmhouse serves as its centerpiece. A profusion of flower beds and blooming shrubs surrounds the house. Each stone in the front wall is carefully outlined, curving walkways lead to the entryway, and two maple trees stand tall. No occupants are in sight, but their presence is signaled by the comfortable chairs...
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Lost and Found

Lost Designed by eminent American architect Alexander Jackson Davis (1803–1892) for Bucks County’s first institution of higher education, Bristol College, in Croydon, White Hall was completed in 1835. The college closed two years later, and the stately Greek Revival-style building passed through the hands of several owners and was used for a variety of purposes from 1837 until the American Civil...
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