|Project by CanalboatJim||posted 10-28-2008 10:44 PM||1414 views||1 time favorited||8 comments|
My wife came home from an antiquing trip with a brass post office box door. It came from the post office at the old Goodrich plant in Akron, Ohio. She bought it because her father had worked there. She gave it to me and said to do something with it. I had a small piece of nicely figured ash, so I decided to make a bank. When she saw the partially finished bank, she went out and bought two more doors. The became gifts for my son and son-in-law.
-- Jim Westbrooks