1995 - 1997, Ye Olde Union Oyster House, Boston national historic site and America’s oldest restaurant

The commission included a series of 9 paintings painted in the style and technique of the 1700's and 1800's, representing American and local history of Boston, and 32 illustrative panels fitted in the windows overlooking Boston’s Freedom Trail. Some of the window images were generated on computer and decoupaged to appear antiquated. The works depict the history of the American Revolution and feature such historical figures as Isaiah Thomas (printer and publisher and founder of The American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, MA), Count Rumford, Israel Bissell, Daniel Webster.