This expansive, one-story courtyard house is faced with brick, shingles, and planes of glass. Jenkins's modern pavilion for Liberty oilfield services company executive James G. Bert-man Jr. sits with assurance in its small-town neighborhood setting.
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James G. Bertman Jr. House
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