Like many of the tools in our tool chest, we found a few of our planes in some interesting places. During the restoration of The Frankford Friends Meetinghouse, we discovered a small block plane with a wooden handle inside a wall – left there decades ago by a carpenter who may never have realized where he misplaced it. One of our Stanley #6 planes was found in a carriage house during the restoration of an old estate. Over all, our collection spans 175 years and includes a Stanley #181 Rabbet, a Bailey #8 Jointer and a Vaughan and Bushnell #5 Jack. We still use the majority of these planes frequently. In fact, we worked with many of then during the construction of the entranceway to the Home For Orphans of Odd Fellows of Pennsylvania.