The paper house of Pigeon Cove

Lepkowski, H.
April 1992
Yankee;Apr92, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p93
Describes a summer home in Pigeon Cove, Massachusetts built by Elis F. Stenman entirely of paper. Wood foundation and frame; Filling in the frame with newspapers; Newspaper furniture.


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