Article: Can the Pappas House become a museum?

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Paul Ringstrom
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Cocktail reception is your chance to tour the Frank Lloyd Wright Pappas House

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Cocktail reception is your chance to tour the Frank Lloyd Wright Pappas House

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Re: Article: Can the Pappas House become a museum?

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Re: Article: Can the Pappas House become a museum?

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That little piece contains a novel photo of the living/dining area.

This paragraph is puzzling:

"It's ironic really," he says, "They were supposed to be easy and cheap to build, but most of the clients Wright worked with actually ended up hiring contractors and doing the bulk of the work themselves."

One wonders which "items" will be raffled or auctioned.

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Re: Article: Can the Pappas House become a museum?

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There is a note at the end of the written text that says the writer erred when he said there would be a raffle. How that error was made is not explained. Will there be some way for visitors to obtain certain items other than through a raffle? Or will there be nothing offered for sale?

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