Article: House by Frederick Leibhardt in La Jolla, CA

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DavidC
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Article: House by Frederick Leibhardt in La Jolla, CA

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Roderick Grant
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Am I missing something? An article about a house without pictures?

DavidC
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I am able to see 17 large-sized pictures as part of the article.


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Paul Ringstrom
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Re: Article: House by Frederick Leibhardt in La Jolla, CA

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DavidC wrote:LABOR OF LOVE --David
Someone needs to tell Realtors that you photograph the exterior on sunny days (morning or evening, not noon) and the interior on cloudy days with all the lights on in the house.
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

Tim
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Yes, we toured this house in December or January. So great!

It's my wife's favorite house, ever.

One of my three boys will bring it up every couple of weeks.

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