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Frog Hollow (Jim and Ann Christensen House/The Black Barn)

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Jim and Ann Christensen House/The Black Barn
1973–1974, Stanley Tigerman. 11907 Garr Rd.

Frog Hollow was created from a large gambrel-roof barn refurbished into family living quarters with a painting studio and accommodations for a theater organ. Cedar-score plywood panels infill the barn's timber and hand-hewn beams, and black asphalt shingles clad the whole.

Writing Credits

Author: 
Kathryn Bishop Eckert

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