Sold: LaVerne Lantz house - Delafield, WI

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SDR
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Re: Sold: LaVerne Lantz house - Delafield, WI

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Reminiscent of J R McDonald ?

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Roderick Grant
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Re: Sold: LaVerne Lantz house - Delafield, WI

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...minus that busy! busy! art glass entrance! The house is very good, and perhaps the rambunctious doorway was added?

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Re: Sold: LaVerne Lantz house - Delafield, WI

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The split level arrangement, the materials and detailing remind me of McDonald. The entry glass seems a Coonley/Goff tribute ?

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