Marshall Erdman: Uncommon Sense

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Paul Ringstrom
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Marshall Erdman: Uncommon Sense

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FTB: A man who could build dreams...Mausas Erdmanas began life in America as a sixteen-year-old with empty pockets. When he died as Marshall Erdman, he had built a lasting legacy of creativity and accomplishment. From his work with Frank Lloyd Wright to his unique Middleton Hills neighborhood concept, Erdman strove for perfection and beauty and dedicated his life to achieving it.
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

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