Additions to the home were added later in sometime in the 1880's and early 1900's.
Although exact building records are questionable, the home at 109 Burton was originally built at 102 Burton in 1867 with an Italianate Structure by Hiram Price.
In these portraits, I am chronicling life, expressing the duality of every moment, the beauty of imperfection.
In the most alien, the most often concealed and overlooked, is where I’m searching to find the most honest discussion about beauty, reality and where these two meet in ordinary people.
Homes on this list are designated as historic landmarks within the City of Washington because of architecture, historical events taking place, historic figures visiting/owning, or any other historic connection to Washington.
To be selected, the home must be nominated by either the home owner, Historic Preservation Committee, or a City Council Member.
This beautifully sad story is one most everyone can relate to and find tucked away in the most protected part of our hearts.
Will there ever be a love as strong or as ultimately painful as our "first love"?
But the lines that I don't see considered often are in the chorus.
Following the toasts to "innocence" and to "now" are the lines that, for me at least, resonate with the longing felt by most everybody who ever loved, and lost, their "First Love": "And tried to reach beyond the emptiness /But neither one knew how," seem to describe both of them longing to reach out and perhaps reconnect, but neither being quite able to.
I grew up surrounded by disastrous occurrences, feats of flesh, and close encounters.