A Cedarburg (Wis.) Volunteer Fire Department tradition for more than 40 years, Maxwell Street Days is a large outdoor sale with more than 800 spaces filled with antiques, collectibles, crafters, produce and rummage plus food, beverages and music.
How are antique shops and malls faring in the Northern U.S.? Eric Bradley and Kelly Krumsee team up to spotlight antiques businesses and let us know how they are doing.
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa—Jackson’s International Auctioneers of Cedar Falls, Iowa, will offer the entire inventory of Katelman Antiques of Omaha, Neb., in a one-day, on-site sale to be held Aug. 15 beginning at 10 a.m.
Show expects a varied selection of quality antiques will continue Texas customers’ buying streak
HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. – More than 800 lots of fresh-to-the-market merchandise, in a broad array of categories, will be sold at a two-day historic Hillsborough auction the weekend of June 13-14 by Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd.
LITCHFIELD, Conn. – The Champ Nielsen estate auction features vintage sterling, fine art and Native American items that will be for sale on Saturday, May 30, at the Litchfield Firehouse in Litchfield, Conn., beginning at 4 p.m.
ELMIRA, N.Y. – Picture a restaurant in the same location for more than 100 years, since 1894 to be exact, and run all that time by one family.
While some will credit Sylvanus F. Bowser with the invention of the gas pump, the gas pump was never invented – it evolved. Its evolution was influenced by two factors: the size of the pump and the meter.
In 1905, Sidney Albert Umsted owned and operated a large, successful sawmill in Smackover, Ark. Within 15 years, the mill was the primary source of employment in the area.