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Edward Teague

Glad it sold! The building was actually designed by James Knox Taylor. Lazarus was superintendent of construction. OHS has copies of drawings.

Fred Leeson

This is a magnificent piece of historic architecture. I know the structural issues will be a huge challenge. It appears that the prospective new owners have signed up a good local team of professionals. That's good news, as well.

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