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" The house was built in 1897 for Mrs. Cornelia A. Hill, one of the pioneers of Redlands. In 1905, John Alfred Kimberly, a co-founder of the Kimberly-Clark paper company, purchased the home to escape the Wisconsin winters, giving the family name to the property." (Wikipedia)Thanks, Plum.
or the graveyard
Where's the divorce factory--the outhouse?
It looks more fanciful than stately to me, Bill, which I suppose, Leanne, is the whole idea. Marriage, after all, is basically the fanciful idea that two people can live together more or less amicably for the rest of their lives. Alas, too often, disillusion sets in.
It looks like something out of a fairytale.
It's a stately looking place, isn't it? Thanks, Plum.
What a charming venue. And fun puzzle.