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In almost every city or town one sees old houses, or even comparatively new ones, which possess little architectural distinction, but which offer possibilities of improvement. In some cases the cost involved in making the desired changes might be too· great; in others, much could be accomplished with moderate expenditure, or the cost might be lightened by extending the contemplated changes over a period of years.
Bailie, R. M.
"Changing a House Into a Home,"
The Iowa Homemaker: Vol. 5
, Article 4.
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