Barbra Streisand

What comes from the heart goes to the heart. Barbra Streisand

“I can remember my first apartment in New York,” said Barbra Streisand in Architectural Digest, “it was a railroad flat on Third Avenue—and how I filled it with screens and lacquered chests. Even when I had no money, there was always the need to transform my surroundings.”

“I have a railroad flat … but it’s getting too small,” Streisand told The New Yorker in May 1962, “because I just bought two marvelous Victorian cabinets with glass shelves. I got them in a shop at Eighty-third Street and Columbus Avenue, called Foyniture Limited. That’s how it’s spelled.”

“I can remember my first apartment in New York,” said Barbra Streisand in Architectural Digest, “it was a railroad flat on Third Avenue—and how I filled it with screens and lacquered chests. Even when I had no money, there was always the need to transform my surroundings.”

“I have a railroad flat … but it’s getting too small,” Streisand told The New Yorker in May 1962, “because I just bought two marvelous Victorian cabinets with glass shelves. I got them in a shop at Eighty-third Street and Columbus Avenue, called Foyniture Limited. That’s how it’s spelled.”

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