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  • The district is characterized by wood-frame houses dating to the early 20th century.

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  • One lifelong congregant remembers that OSL began “literally with twenty families,” and the original white wood-frame chapel was built “out in the country on a gravel road leading out of Houston.”

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  • In "Monongahela Valley, Pennsylvania" 1988, the vista to the low mountain in the distance is blocked by the smokestacks and silos of an industrial plant, but the plant and the wood-frame houses in the foreground are trim and neatly arrayed; here a man in shorts pushing a lawnmower serves the same function as the boy on his bicycle.

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  • The city's outskirts are increasingly dotted with upscale housing, including a tract of wood-frame houses.

    Mining Boom Fuels New Mongol Hoard

  • With details that include kitchen appliances in shades of pink and blue, a silver foil accent wall featuring wallpaper with cowgirl-power scenes dotted all over it, a blue-and-pink-striped staircase leading up to a master bedroom that features walls decorated by street artist Matt Siren of Ghost Girl fame, the Novogratzes transform an ordinary, wood-frame house into a dreamy playhouse, perfect for its occupants.

    E. Nina Rothe: TV to Watch: 'Home by Novogratz' Brings Style Inside

  • Of particular concern are thousands of old wood-frame buildings in San Francisco, many of which have significant structural weaknesses because their ground floors have few interior walls and large openings in exterior walls for garage doors and storefronts, according to the report.

    California Looks to Update Quake Plans

  • The wood-frame house looked abandoned, and he didn't bother to stop.

    Raleigh woman's garden became her husband's grave

  • In recent years, many of its wood-frame houses have been replaced with multistory condominium or rental buildings, and developments continue to open.

    Greenwood Heights Rachets Up Pace a Tad

  • That really never stops, the whirling and repositioning of scenic designer Eugenia Furneaux-Arends's roughed-in, wood-frame, two-story rooms.

    Nelson Pressley reviews Olney's 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'

  • It has a main house with 8,590 square feet and six bedrooms and 7½ bathrooms, as well as three smaller brick homes and five wood-frame homes.

    Winnetka, Ill., Estate Goes On The Block; Listed for $32 Million


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