I was the first visitor at the first open house of the season June 15 at the Princeton Historical Society’s stone house at 632 West Water Street. It is an amazing reflection of life in early 20th century Princeton with a wide array of artifacts on display. My favorite items – and I admit I’m biased – are the beautiful paintings of Princeton scenes by Gladys Bartol. My phone flash didn’t work so well upstairs, so I didn’t get very good photos of the Dr. Drill office. I’ll go back another time. If you have not visited the home, I strongly recommend you stop in sometime. The docents are very knowledgeable.