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Paul Ringstrom
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Sears Aurora and Carlton houses by VanBergen

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

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The Aurora by Sears/VanBergen in Cincinnatti (6416 Grand Vista Ave)

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

kinners
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Griffith house

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Well, you have the Skillin house above. Here is the Griffith house, from the Sears 1918 Modern Homes catalog.

http://tinyurl.com/k4w4r4b

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I'm trying to prove that Tallmadge & Watson were behind the Sears Ivanhoe model. I have some feelers out... maybe I'll get lucky.

http://www.sears-homes.com/2015/04/the- ... anhoe.html

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Bringing this thread forward post outage. Keywords: pattern books, kit house, Sears, Aurora, Aladdin, VanBergen, VonHolst, Gordon Van Tyne, model 2617.

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DRN wrote:Bringing this thread forward post outage. Keywords: pattern books, kit house, Sears, Aurora, Aladdin, VanBergen, VonHolst, Gordon Van Tyne, model 2617.
Thanks. By the way, interior photos of that monstrosity are still listed on that Realtor.com link, for the morbidly curious.

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