Bushere Son

June 2013
Arts & Crafts Homes & the Revival;Summer2013, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p52
The article profiles Pomona, California-based Bushere & Son Iron Studio. It highlights the success and failures as well as the hardwork and determination of Frank Bushere, owner of the company, and his son Charles in establishing their business. Several signatures developed by Bushere & Son are mentioned including the Moustache scroll and curtain rods.


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