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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:59 AM
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by Eric last modified Dec 23, 2010

93-year-old Martyl Langsdorf, who lives and works in the house built by Robert Paul Schweikher for his own home and studio, is taking steps to make sure it’s preserved and stays open for tours. She’s helped start a non-profit trust that will seek endowments to protect the National Landmark home. Read all about it here. Image via schweikherhouse.org




 

 

Picture 5 93-year-old Martyl Langsdorf, who lives and works in the house built by Robert Paul Schweikher for his own home and studio, is taking steps to make sure it’s preserved and stays open for tours. She’s helped start a non-profit trust that will seek endowments to protect the National Landmark home. Read all about it here.

Image via schweikherhouse.org


 

 

 
 
 

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