Entries by minersfoundry

Once is Never Enough!

At the Foundry, we support teaching children to dance as if no one is watching… Celebrating the Present | Planning for the Future | Honoring the Past Our dreams include […]

Young at Heart

“You are never too old to become younger.” – Mae West Celebrating the Present | Planning for the Future | Honoring the Past Our dreams include another year of over […]

Love Bugs & Crazy Daises

“It is spring again and the earth is like a child that knows poems by  heart.” – Renier Maria Wilke Celebrating the Present | Planning for the Future | Honoring […]

The Essence of Spring

“If people did not love one another, I really don’t see what use there would be to having any spring” – Victor Hugo Celebrating the Present | Planning for the […]

Stone Hall Chandeliers

  Many of the most unique touches in the Miners Foundry were salvaged from demolition projects across the world.  Charles Woods and David Osborn, creators of the American Victorian Museum, […]

Andrew Smith Hallidie

Another famous inventor to have worked at the Miners Foundry in the 1800s is Andrew Smith Hallidie.  Best known as the inventor of San Francisco’s cable car system, he is […]