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tedder

according to NRHP, it's actually the Brainard house, not Brainerd house.

Brian Libby

Thanks - my silly mistake.

tedder

No problem. Fantastic entry- I've written about the houses and buildings including the Kamm house and Poulsen house, but not this one.

Ms. Sherman

I love historic wallpaper, but I'm afraid of mold, Portland's climate is a bit wet. Is that really old paper or just an new paper that looks old paper in that hallway? I only trust paper to be "old" in the closets of homes of this age.

more on historic wall paper:
http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/tpsd/wallpaper/sec1.htm

All my friend's fell in love with this place once it was in the Times. I'm afraid all I see it as a white elephant with too much cleaning. It took me 30 minutes just to wipe down the windows in my flat this morning.

toronto home renovations

Above given photos shows the total difference of houses before renovation and after renovation.And, the impact due to bad houses and without painted houses will be effective to all peoples of colony and society also.

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