FLW's Forgotten House

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ndhayes
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Re: FLW's Forgotten House

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Folks who missed the virtual tour and presentation of the Elizabeth Murphy House are invited to visit anytime, here:

https://elizabethmurphyhouse.com/2021/0 ... recording/

(Also, I'm actively correcting verbal typos in comments. If you have any other suggestions/clarifications, please let me know.)

ndhayes
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Re: FLW's Forgotten House

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Folk and friends near Milwaukee are invited to become members of the fine preservation advocacy group, Milwaukee Preservation Alliance, and with that membership in hand, sign up for an exclusive small group in-depth tour of the Elizabeth Murphy House followed by an escorted neighborhood walk to study her offspring - a handful of homes within blocks designed by Russell Barr Williamson for Arthur Richard's clients in the decade following end of the American System-Built Homes project. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/frank-lloy ... 7363421499

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

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