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Where KU faculty retire

Lawrence possesses a large number of modern university apartment and dormitories built large and small across the campus of the University of Kansas during the 1950s and early 1960s. One of the smallest but in some ways most ambitious of this housing type is Sprague Apartments designed by Kansas architect, Charles L. Marshall (1905-1992), and […]

A simple plan

My grandfather Paul and his next-door neighbor Pearly built this hunter’s cabin deep in the Maine woods in 1965, and there are few things in our family that are more treasured. Over the years the cabin has provided for all manner of escape — weekend getaways, visits to the lake, skiing and hunting trips, writer’s retreats. […]