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June 27, 2023


hollyroller@ gmail.com

That is an Awesome Post.
I always wonder where the "Building Material came from. Did the workers of this building have to use Handsaws, Ax? How did they Construct such a "Finished Product."

Jennifer Pfaff

What's even more awesome, Holly, (if I'm remembering this one correctly) is that Howard stipulated that none of the trees be harmed during the move of his former home down the ravine to its new location; so I suspect it was cut up in more than a few pieces.

Jennifer Pfaff

(Pardon the edit--it was actually C. Templeton Crocker who made the stipulation about not harming the trees).

hollyroller@ gmail.com

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Thanks Holly.

I like that the WSJ and the Burlingame Voice are a full week ahead of the Comicle and the Daily Journal. Check this out from today:



Heard it here 2nd......

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