Cottle, Michelle
June 2002
New Republic;6/24/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 24, p42
Presents an article about the experiences of a family who purchased an old house in Washington, D.C. Description of the house; Attraction generated by the house from visitors; Problems associated with old household furniture.


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