Wescott house article

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Wescott house article

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From the Springfield News Sun newspaper in Springfield, Ohio



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Well-designed buildings also can serve the community well.



Architect Stanley Tigerman pointed to the Warder Literacy Center as an example of what could happen with new buildings proposed as complements to the Westcott House.




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Tigerman has about as much in common with Frank as the pretender they picked to ruin the Price Tower.



That's what commitees do.

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