September, 1987. Boston Uncommon: A Designer Refines His Back Bay Flat by David Roberts.
Architectural Digest.
 
Richard restored William Hodgins' English oak pedestal desk for the designer's new domicile.
August, 1988. Lyrical Interlude on Nob Hill by Joan Chatfield-Taylor.
Architectural Digest.
 
At the request of William Hodgins, Richard restored several pieces of
Beidermeier furniture for a San Francisco pied-à-terre.
Hand-written thank you note from William Hodgins
March, 1990.AIDS Hospice by Judith Davidsen. Interior Design.
 Richard worked with Paul Lanoix of William Hodgins, Inc.
to create a mahogany cabinet-commode for Boston's first AIDS hospice.
Hodgins and Charles Spada co-chaired the design effort.
Hand-written thank you note from William Hodgins
March, 1991. Design Tips by Gail Ravgiala & Estelle Bond Guralnick.
Boston Globe Magazine.

 Richard worked with designer Betsy Speert to re-purpose
an old pine server into a bathroom sink vanity.
May, 1993. Classically Camp by Dan Weeks.
Traditional Home.
USED WITH PERMISSION FROM MEREDITH CORPORATION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
 Richard worked with designer Betsy Speert and provided turnings for bedpost finials.
1995. Friends of the House: Furniture from China's Towns and Villages
by Nancy Berliner and Sarah Handler.
 
Companion book for the exhibit of Chinese provincial furniture
at the Peabody Essex Museum.
Richard restored select pieces displayed in the exhibit.
1996. Beyond the Screen: Chinese Furniture of the 16th and 17th Centuries
by Nancy Berliner.
 
Companion book to the first exhibit of Chinese provincial furniture
at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
Richard restored select pieces displayed in the exhibit.
September, 1999.Who's Responsible for Being More Creativeby Carolyn J. Sullivan.
Music Row.
 
Carolyn contributed a cover article on ways to apply creative thinking
to business issues in the music industry.
 

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