Yore Place

...in Egg Harbor

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Dovetail Gallery and Studio - #1413

Egg Harbor Past and Present Through The Eyes Of A Big Brown Dog.....

Dovetail Gallery and Studio was August Paschke's home.

In 1910 H.F. Eames built the log home on land that was part of his estate. It was later sold to August Paschke in 1942 and remained in their family for 34 years. It was sold to Robert Costa in 1976 and then to Robert Serge and Nancy Goodman in 1984. In 1993 Kathleen (Gleason) Mand Beck purchased the historic log home. Siding and wall materials were removed to expose the original log structure. She made it into the Dovetail Gallery, named for the dovetail log construction. A log in one of the walls is supposed to have been salvaged from the 1871 Peshtigo Fire, the most devastating fire in U.S. History. Peshtigo is located 18 miles directly across the bay. The fire consumed 1.5 million acres of forest and over 2500 lives.

Original watercolor by PaPa Giz - 10"x14" - #1413 - Phone or e-mail for pricing.


Yore Place in Egg Harbor