Art Nouveau at the Cobbler Shop

Cobbler Shop–Cambridge, Massachusetts / Julie Cook / 2014


About Julie (aka Cookie)

Hi, my name is Julie. I'm a 58-year-old​ wife, mom, and a retired educator. I was a high school art teacher for almost 31 years. I was lovingly given the nickname "cookie" by my students--hence the title of this blog. For a more detailed profile of who I am ---my interests and passions--- please see the "About" page regarding what makes the life of a "Cookie'

2 thoughts on “Art Nouveau at the Cobbler Shop

    1. truly old–as I suspect the town of Cambridge built up around Harvard since it’s inception in the 17th century and with this building sitting directly across the street from the school’s entrance, I think the row of shops to be quite old—now I would imagine the older doors to have been replaced, with this being the last replacement, which appears to date back to the very late 19th, early 20th century —and not a door likely for a shoe repair shop 🙂
      A charming town named for a similar college town found in your neck or the woods 🙂

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