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July 15, 2009

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Fiona

Anson I appreciate you died in 1870 but there is another Burlingame property on the National Register of Historic Places which was added in 1982 long after your untimely death in Russia.

It is called Kohl Mansion and is a living example of energy, beauty, and how we can adapt our historic buildings to true living gems which can be enjoyed by all - especially by the lucky students who call it their high school.
http://www.nationalregisterofhistoricplaces.com/ca/San+Mateo/state.html

Local Motion

Thanks for the pointer to this place. It was open today and I enjoyed checking it out. I have a lot of choices in Burlingame right now but this is definitely a possiblity. I can imagine partying on that rooftop in a heartbeat.

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