Richard Sloan
garage
Fri Mar 1, 2019 17:21
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for anonymous. I guess you didnt read my post of about a week ago. I wrote that the garage was rebuilt for Rausch and that I have an orig. wire service photo of it. So this will change your doubt that it never happened. As soon as I can< I will send a scan of it to a member of this forum, who will try to figure out how to share it with y'all.

  • Re: garageAnonymous, Fri Mar 1 11:20
    So what happened to this supposed "reconstruction" of the BRH garage? Do you think the newspapers were mistaken on this claim? Why is there never an actual photo of the "re-build"? I doubt it ever... more
    • garage — Richard Sloan, Fri Mar 1 17:21
      • Re: garageAnonymous, Sat Mar 2 09:44
        but you didn't answer the question -- what happened to the "re-built" garage?
        • garage fateRichard Sloan, Sat Mar 2 09:53
          whatdya think happ'd to it? It was torn down some yrs. later when the houses there now were built.
          • Re: garage fateAnonymous, Sun Mar 3 18:42
            it would be great if there were some reference, even years later, to when the "rebuilt" garage was demolished. That would be a great find! Oct 22, 1934? That was pretty fast for the reconstruction.
            • garageRichard Sloan, Mon Mar 4 09:56
              personally, I see no point in determining when the heck the replacement garage was torn down. To me it's a non-issue, not worthy of any more discussion.
            • garageRichard Sloan, Sun Mar 3 20:21
              I welcome you to ascertain the address of the house now on the site of the garage and look up when the construction permits were issued for it.
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