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One last example, the Joseph R. Bodwell house of Hallowell, Maine. Built in 1875 for Joseph Bodwell, a titan of the granite industry who died in 1887 while serving as the governor of Maine.

One last example, the Joseph R. Bodwell house of Hallowell, Maine. Built in 1875 for Joseph Bodwell, a titan of the granite industry who died in 1887 while serving as the governor of Maine.

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    I want to live here
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    is it me or does this look like foster’s home for imaginary friends? dude. someone should make a live action movie, just...
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