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A more modern take on the old Clack House


March 18, 2002

This beautiful Neo-Colonial house represents sort of a transition in Hi-Line homes. Built in 1947, it is a newer Havre home, and instead of the traditional Colonial lines of its sister house the H. Earl Clack house next door, its lines are more modern. That is, after all, what Neo-Colonial is all about. As "A Field Guide to American Homes" puts it, this style "differs in showing less concern for precisely copying Colonial prototypes."

First, a little history about the house. It was built for Kenov and Josephine Logensgard. Josephine was the oldest daughter of H. Earl and Margaret Clack. Hen...

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