"There are certain fundamental necessities which should go with every city playground. They are: First, fence; Second, shelter; Third, toilet; Fourth, water." Recreation Bureau of the City of New York (1910)
"Home is for many, a model of our own universe, where we act out all the dramas of life - and often, of death -and where our possessions, some utilitarian, some for decoration, are signs of the things that matter to us." Paul Olivier, Houses are For Living In (1990)
"Wherever a farm may be located, or whatever may be its production, fence, fence, fence, is the first, intermediate, and the last consideration in the whole routine of the operations of the farm." Edward Todd, Young Farmer's Manual (1860)
"Fences... constitute a stabilizing force upon the landscape." Eugete Cotton Mather & John Fraser Hart, Fences and Farms (1954)
"The first man who, having fenced in a piece of land, said, "This is mine," and found people naive enough to believe him. That man was the true founder of civil society." Jean Jacques Rousseau, A Discourse on the Origin of Inequality (1754)
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Our Share the Warmth Campaign was a success! Over the month of December, together we worked to donate a total of 21 hats, 4 scarves, 3 winter hea...
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