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Look at that, two months to the day since my last post.  Time flies when you sink knee deep in Adventist history I guess.

So 2016 started off with a new job – I still work for Colonial Williamsburg but now in the School and Groups department.  The training is in-depth and lots of fun so 2016 has been excellent so far.

The thesis prods along at what seems like glacial speed sometimes.  The hardest part is the waiting time between submitting parts for comment/review and getting those comments back.  To avoid burnout I’ve been trying to write only on the weekends which, of course, slows the process.  In addition, I’ve ignored this blog but hope to get back to writing on a regular basis.

I spent some time going through my old book marked links and rediscovered this one.  It links to a 1922 article in Concrete Highway Magazine that talks bout a visit to Williamsburg by President Harding.  It also provides some info on the paving of the Duke of Gloucester Street.  Enjoy!

https://books.google.com/books?id=SWg_AQAAIAAJ&pg=PA3&lpg=PA3&dq=duke+of+gloucester+street+paved+1922&source=bl&ots=al1qSXAtEH&sig=o9tGHB-9v2vNXW4ABnVsQI4TQ9s&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiQk8XX8uPKAhUJx2MKHQ1ZAUMQ6AEIMzAE#v=onepage&q=duke%20of%20gloucester%20street%20paved%201922&f=false

 

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