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I grew up in Vincennes, Indiana, on the Wabash River, and cherish my childhood there and its roots in my German Irish forebears. Our pre-Civil War red brick house stood on the corner of 8th and Harrison, part of the original property of William Henry Harrison. My degree from Indiana University is in art education, and I loved teaching my own and other Irvington children art around my kitchen table for years.
Eight years ago my husband and I purchased an abandoned house in the old Holy Cross
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