In his essay “Finding Beauty in Bygone America,” appearing in the Sunday’s CDT, Chris Rosenblum uses the apt phrase “throwback individuality” for the off-beat and long-dated leavings of the past that are only found today on forgotten roads and offer all remaining to us that is pleasing and refreshing to the eye.
What Rosenblum has written encourages us to learn where to look and how to see in order to escape the withering uniformity of our highways.
Philip Winsor, State College
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