The Life of a House
Another antique store postcard. A modest bungalow, pictured in the early 1920's, with a one cent stamp and an address on the back.
I found the place with little trouble although the surroundings had changed somewhat over 90 years:
The life of a house is infinitely mutable, bad design often begets bad alterations, but the best measure of good design is how gracefully it ages:
Nearly perfect, I'd say.