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Wrighter
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Post by Wrighter »

Here is a link to a nice feature story about Thomas Wright and the Robert Llewellyn Wright home.



http://www.dcexaminer.com/articles/2005 ... wright.txt

swmdal

Post by swmdal »

Thanks for the link. It's nice to finally learn something about this house's current status. The Post recently ran an article about the restoration of the Marden House in McLean, VA, and Pope-Leighey in Alexandria is open to the public. Now if we can just get somebody in Balmer to publish an article about the Euchtman house, we'll have all our bases covered in the DC area.

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Post by Guest »

I think the Euchtman house is an afterthougt. It never got much recognition over the years. Storrer gives it bad marks as well.

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