W. R. Ede, (apprentice?) house for sale

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Paul Ringstrom
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W. R. Ede, (apprentice?) house for sale

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Roderick Grant
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Interesting how the layout of the house dealt with the difficult lot, with streets on three sides.

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I liked how he used the garage (along with the house) to shield the pool and offer some privacy.
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jmcnally
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he doesn't appear on my apprentice list, but that list acknowledges there were some omissions. Any guidance?

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jmcnally wrote:he doesn't appear on my apprentice list, but that list acknowledges there were some omissions. Any guidance?
I did a Google search, and the only item for that individual is this real estate listing. So, I'm considering it clickbait and misinformation until I hear otherwise.
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Paul Ringstrom
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jmcnally wrote:he doesn't appear on my apprentice list, but that list acknowledges there were some omissions. Any guidance?
Mr. Ede seems to have mastered some of the Wrightian vocabulary.

Name could have been misspelled. There are two Edens on my list.
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

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