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  1. Katie says:

    There is a MCM home in Georgia that is in desperate need of someone to take it on. It is huge and likely was a beautiful and chic home in it’s early days. It has been vacant and unkept for years. It can be a part of the historical society landmarks if applied for to the city, which may make some funding become available as well. It is a dream to me that is beyond my budget, a nightmare to some, but definitely a sad sight to its builder and original owner if it was seen today. Here is a link paired with a little hope that someone will see its potential and make it a dream turned reality:

  2. Suzanne Miceli says:

    Wow. That is incredibly sad. Do you have any idea how all of the damage occurred? I live in west Georgia and just bought a MCM in Auburn, Alabama, to update/un-date but that would be an HUGE project!

  3. Beth Westburg says:

    I am looking for linoleum for my bathroom flooring. I can’t find any linoleum that would work in an original pink (some burgundy) bathroom and a teal bathroom. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

  4. Pam Kueber says:

    Adorable. There are a couple of Electrolux collectibles on ebay right now, too. It must have been a bit of a mini industry, making the Electrolux swag!

  5. Pam Kueber says:

    Hi Sis, I don’t know the answer to this. I suggest you give — they are Crane experts. Tell ’em I sent you. Good luck.

  6. Ninna Burkill says:

    I have a 1964-65 American Standard bathroom sink: attached to the wall with time all around the bathroom wall half-way up. The faucets have a done base & I think that they are called “thru-sink faucets”. The are in the back wall of the sink itself. The pipes come thru the sink. They are becoming “I n-chromed”: they are peeling at the faucet exit site & are scratchy. Help … I need new faucets!!! Any ideas??

  7. Pam Kueber says:

    Hi Ninna, I am not able to envision what you are describing. One place to try for help is, tell them I sent you. Good luck, Pam

  8. Pamela says:

    We just pulled up our carpet in these 70’s built home and found bicentennial flooring .. I can’t find it anywhere online.

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