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Fantastic! Incredible job. Wonderful to see the "in-progress" videos. This group, if I can opine, would appreciate even more of the Before - In-progress – After shots, as well as scans of the c.d.s, comments on materials, etc. to really understand all you have done. Congratulations to you and thank you for so faithfully seeing this house (w)right.
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It just keeps getting better and better for extant Wright, as one owner after another takes the plunge and sees to completion a lengthy and difficult major restoration.
Congratulations and thank you, Mr LaBrecque, and to John Eifler for his unfailing expertise.
"As a former copy editor, I always feel I am defending the person whose name is being misspelled, not attacking the person who misspells it." Ronald Alan McCrea (1943-2019)
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One of my favorite houses saved. This is the sort of news that makes the work of salvaging FLW's legacy worthwhile. John Eifler and the late Larry Brink have done a great job. Kudos to the owner for persevering through the years. Now there are two miracles in Galesburg.
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