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The Rawson residence, an Eastlake style c.1880's Victorian, is to be saved in its entirety. It is one of the few remaining examples of this style in the downtown area. A proposed project would have demolished the structure and pasted replicas of the bay windows on a new glass box. The developer has now agreed to move the building fifty feet to the corner where it will be in association with the only remaining block of Victorian structures left in the western part of downtown. We are very happy to be able to remove this building from our 2003 Most Endangered list. This is another great example of what can be done by working together with historic building owners.

2004 - Volume 35, Issue 3

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