The architect of the Oaklands, Harry Wild Jones, lived on the edge, which led to

The architect of the Oaklands, Harry Wild Jones, lived on the edge, which led to

The architect of the Oaklands, Harry Wild Jones, lived on the edge, which led to considerable struggles as well as significant accomplishments. These newspaper cartoons playfully highlight his overflowing life known for constantly reaching towards, and only occasionally grasping, the brass ring. And in the photograph, don’t be fooled by the black and white medium which typically evokes stately reserve. His eyes bely the starched collar and are the windows into a complex, tragic and heroic man.

Oaklands on 9th, profile pictureMay be an illustration of text that says 'HIS FAVORITE PASTIME HARRY W. JONES, RUNNING FOR A WASHBURN PARK CAR. 18911'May be an illustrationMay be an image of 1 person and beard

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