By a Lady

Portrait of the Lady

The authoress is a mildly eccentric young lady who used to live in a Greenwich Village garret with her ever-patient husband and no cats. They have since removed to an early 20-century bungalow, in a tiny hamlet near the California coast.

Her leisure hours are filled with needlework of various disciplines, obscure English operettas, too many books, a neglected garden, and the occasional bridge game. A life-long museum dweller, she has transferred her energies from running the education department at a New York City historic house, to curating the textile collection at a local historical society.

She hopes that you will enjoy reading about her adventures, and that you will feel free to contact her with any questions by emailing correspondence @, having first removed the extraneous spaces surrounding the @ symbol.