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  1. Tabby
    January 11th, 2017 at 00:19 | #1

    We recently purchased a home that I believe is a Martha Washington, that still has a lot of the original hardware and woodwork. We have a few repairs that we need to make (lead in toplight is caving, door knob needs to be replaced, etc) and I’d like to keep it as authentic as possible. Is there any resource that you know of for purchasing Sears salvage parts?
    If you’re curious, here’s the listing! http://www.trghome.com/listing.asp?id=1657&utm_source=ListingURLs&utm_medium=ListingURLs&utm_campaign=ListingURLs

  2. January 11th, 2017 at 11:42 | #2

    @Tabby
    WOW! It’s beautiful!

  3. Anne L
    January 21st, 2017 at 12:40 | #3

    Hi Rose, My mom grew up in this house in Northside, Pittsburgh, PA.

    We were able to tour it in 2009, and were pleased to find it had been left in much of its original condition. It has only had about 4 owners in 100+ years.

    My grandfather and his brother-in-law built it in 1912.

    The owners who showed it to us thought it was a Sears 111. It just sold so there are some pictures of it here: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3475-Simen-Ave-Pittsburgh-PA-15212/11604052_zpid/

    What do you think?

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