This Issue Includes:
A California Craftsman in Hawkeye Nation
By Tim Counts
Phil and Kathy Taylor, owners of Phil Taylor Antiques, live today in a house in which their own antiques are perfectly at home.
The Kiss of the Sun for Pardon: The Glunta Family Homestead and Farm
By Del Acosta
The Craftsman-era Giunta farm and its 1925 farmhouse are a continuum from Ybor City's past and an emblem of its enduring heritage.
Ybor City and the Foundation of Modern Tampa
By Elizabeth McCoy
In 1885, Gavino Guiterrez persuaded Vicente Ybor to move his Key West cigar factory to the fledgling part of Tampa, giving birth to a vibrant multi-ethnic community.
How a Highway Helped a Historic Neighborhood
By Jo-Anne Peck
In the 1960's urban highway construction destroyed or isolated early-20th-century neighborhoods like Tampa's Ybor City. Today its a different story.
Never Stop: Edgar Miller's Chicago Handmade Homes
By Michael Williams
Edgar Miller loved the world enough to want to help build it. He spent most of the 20th century doing just that, to astonishing effect.
Desert Song: A Bungalow Love Story
By Katherine Bair Desmond
When it came to choosing a house in Phoenix she could really call home, Patrice Wappel followed her heart.