Article: Lake Geneva Hotels windows installed in library

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DavidC
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Article: Lake Geneva Hotels windows installed in library

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Sequoia
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Kudos to Frank Landi !!! The world needs more people like him. Art objects don't belong in sheds, or auctioned off on the internet. This has certainly found a good home, for as long as the public library can have it on loan.

Roderick Grant
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There are more Lake Geneva windows that have survived. When the building was about to be demolished, Robert Sweeney purchased a few panels (can't recall the exact number, 2, 3....) and said the cost of shipping them back to California exceeded the price he paid for them.

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