Rosenbaum House - in words and pictures

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hertz

Rosenbaum House - in words and pictures

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I have just posted a 'blog' or an article about restoration of this wonderful house, in Florence, Alabama on www.wrightinracine.com Click on the link at the right of the home page.



I look forward to your comments, which can be posted at the end of the article.



Mark Hertzberg

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Post by JimM »

Great article. How unusual that this restoration was undertaken with such a commitment involving civic entities. The world should be grateful that such an important piece of art has been conserved.



I had no idea the property had deteriorated to such a degree, and how nice that Mrs. Rosenbaum was able to see its rebirth.

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