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Paul Ringstrom
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Hollyhock House Digital Archive posted

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Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

Roderick Grant
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I get the message, "The website is too busy to show the webpage."
Home is accessible, but if you try to specify anything, that's the message you will get.

SREcklund
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Post by SREcklund »

It's actually been up for the better part of a year; I think it's just now getting press. Not sure where they get their numbers on records, but it's currently 81 different architectural drawings of the house, Res A and B, and other related elements. The original blueprint used during construction was scanned, and they have a nice set of drawings of the 1954 exhibition pavilion. Nothing in there that Rod hasn't seen, but some of it was new to me. Hoping they continue to scan the rest of the collection - photos, letters, etc.
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SDR
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Post by SDR »

Thanks, Stan---very timely, as I was quickly able to find the drawings needed to illustrate the discussion today at the "Hollyhock end tables" thread.

S

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