Here are some doors, knobs and latches in my 100+ yr old house for this weeks Thusday Doors
I came across a Little Free Libray when I was driving through a neighborhood near my home. I had seen one last summer in a park in State College, PA, but didn’t realize there were any in my town. I did a little research and found out there was also one in a local county park. If you’d like to know more about these libraries click here
These Little Libraries are my doors for this week.
Here’s my offering for Thursday Doors this week
I couldn’t pass up this eye-catching combination. The building is empty now. I wonder what business had been there?
You never know when or where you’ll find a door the makes you take a second look. This elevator door is at the Pittsburgh Airport Hyatt Hotel. It made me look twice.
I recently visited the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, GA. These are just a few of the doors I saw there.
This former church is now a private residence and artist’s studio.
I’m not sure of the denomination of this church but there is something inviting in the simplicity of this door.
Chapel at St Emma’s Monastery in Greensburg, PA.
This is the shrine of Saint Walburga built in 1974. The walls are 12 stained glass windows that were originally designed for the Saint Walburga church in Pittsburgh, PA, which no longer exists. The windows depict the life of St Walburga, a Benedictine nun, and were crafted in Germany.