A Fresh Look at Penwern

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Mark Hertzberg
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A Fresh Look at Penwern

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A Fresh Look at Penwern - just posted to www.wrightinracine.com

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Re: A Fresh Look at Penwern

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Interiors!! Mark, do the owners dissuade publication of interior photographs of this wonderful house? The plans and drawings show them to be delightful, especially in the main house, the dining/billiard extravaganza.

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Re: A Fresh Look at Penwern

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They do not, Roderick. But I have photographed them extensively since I started visiting in 2013. Many of the photos are in my book and in my presentation. My intent here was to show what is new at Penwern. My presentation for Monona Terrace's lecture series this summer is at:

https://www.mononaterrace.com/event-gro ... gn-series/

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