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Ian Ingersoll’s Home


Ian Ingersoll’s home, built of recycled barn timbers in the ’60s with help from his friends Caleb (center) and John Welles (right). The home burned down in the ’70s. This picture is the cover photo from our book Shelter II.

Photo by Lloyd Kahn

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One Response to Ian Ingersoll’s Home

  1. caribemjMJ says:

    Always painful to read about it burning down.

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