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Hey thanks for this..!!! Now I'm gonna watch it in my TV led 49" 4k..!! Finally something about Ablin..!!DavidC wrote: ↑Sun May 31, 2020 4:21 pmOpen Space | The Albin Residence, by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1958-61 - (6:31)
The living room really needs an area rug. It used to have a couple of Oriental rugs, which worked quite well.
Like many of the original clients I have met (setting aside Harriet Freeman), the Ablins were absolutely delightful. George had a wonderful sense of humor, an endless source of dreadful puns.