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Good works and wood work thrived in early Biltmore
by Rob Neufeld
To understand the moral aspect of handicrafts, you only need to read All Souls Episcopal Church’s 1901 annual report.
“Wood carving,” the report commented about Eleanor Vance’s work-shopping Boys’ Club, “requires not only development and training of the muscles of hand and arm but mental effort as well sin…
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