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Does anyone know how to get Edgar Tafel's address or an address where he could receive a letter? Thank you!
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"It all goes to show the danger of entrusting anything spiritual to the clergy" - FLLW, on the Chicago Theological Seminary's plans to tear down the Robie House in 1957
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I've actually seen Mr Tafel twice walking around Greenwich Village here in NYC, but have been respectful of his privacy and not approached him. I think he has an office somewhere downtown. Next time I see him though I plan on saying hi. By the way, when I told the person I was with at one sighting what his age is, they were blown away.