Monthly Archives: January 2019

St. Andrews, in the summer, is crowded with the kind of people who dress for dinner and describe their mansions as cottages

This is an absolutely delightful Maclean’s Magazine article written by a very talented Ian Sclanders. The year is 1952. It is summer in St. Andrews when Howard Pillow occupied “Kingsbrae” an estate┬álocated at what is now the entrance of Kingsbrae … Continue reading

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