Research and Inspiration 

The Widow Nash opens in 1904, and while I wrote, I covered my office walls with images from the period, many of which turned up as chapter openers. They opened my imagination, goosed me through writer's block, and acted almost as epigraphs. Here are few favorites; I'll add some images and essays over the next few months.

Livingston's McKim, Mead and White train depot, circa 1905

The 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps at Mammoth Terrace, Yellowstone Park, 1898

Le Souffriere erupts, Martinique, 1902

A Koloman Moser skeleton walks across a last Walton notebook, circa 1900

Carte de visite, circa 1900

The perennial issue of birth control; about 1900

Livingston, Montana, circa 1900; train depot at center

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