Wood Working: Rich or poor, servants were a must, and one mentored me on the path of English major
Of late, we've been hooked on the new PBS production of "Upstairs, Downstairs," which takes up where the old show left off.
It's the late 1930s and the great house at Eaton Place has been taken over by new younger and richer tenants. After the place has been remodeled the house mistress goes to an employment agency to find hired help.
Guess who's running the show?
None other than Jean Marsh, the creator of the old show in which she also played the parlor maid.