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Sears 303, Yay or Nay?

The Sears 303 is a late victorian home and was the largest and grandest home that Sears offered. It is also the rarest of the larger Sears homes. Read this blog to learn more about this grand lady! Continue reading

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Oklahoma’s Tower House On The Prairie

The Gordon Van Tine company from Davenport, Iowa  introduced house plan #143 in 1912 as “Our new tower house, a little gem, something new, something original.” Much to my surprise there is one in Oklahoma, located on north western prairieland … Continue reading

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