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Author: Ann Ruff
ISBN13: 978-0884153320
Title: Historic Homes of Texas: Across the Thresholds of Yesterday
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Publisher: Gulf Pub Co; First Edition edition (September 1, 1987)
Pages: 115

Historic Homes of Texas: Across the Thresholds of Yesterday by Ann Ruff



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Yesterday Ann (1)(see) a strange man leaving the house. She (2)(notice) that he (3)(wear) a raincoat, and she (4)(wonder) why because it (5)(be) hot and sunny. The man (6)(not see) her. He (7)(begin) to walk away but he (8)(stop) suddenly and (9)(get) into a blue car that (10)(be) parked near the corner. Ann (11)(notice) a large bag by the wall. She was frightened as she (12)(watch) a programme about bombs the night before. So she (13)(decide) to phone the police.

ISBN 13: 9780884153320. Publication Date: 9/1/1987.

Tours of the Fernald Mansion are offered Saturdays at 11am by advance reservation. Call the Museum to schedule yours today. Members and students tours are complimentary. The house now had a steeply-pitched roof common to homes designed in the Victorian Queen Anne style. By the time the last Fernald daughter, Florence, made the final additions in the 1920s, the house had grown into a fourteen-room mansion. Workers cut the house into three sections and hoisted it onto trailers. The journey across town took two days and some four hundred overhead telephone lines had to be cut to make way for the steep-gabled house. One section became stuck crossing the railroad tracks, which resulted in a frantic call to stop the northbound Southern Pacific train.

Historic homes also have front porches and the surrounding yard most likely has very old grand trees, and the surrounding street is more likely to consist of friendlier scaled houses. Source: Historic Restoration of Lincoln Cottage by Timberlane Shutters. Historical Treasure Hunt. Restoring historic homes is something of a hobby for enthusiasts. Many describe feeling abundant joy from uncovering your home’s secret past, step by step. The fabulous discoveries one can come across at any moment in a historic house is the stuff of great novels and ghost stories. Source: 1880s Massachusetts Home via Thorson Restorations.

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