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Title: In harmony with nature: A pioneer conservationist's bungalow home
Author: Bailey, Robert G.;
Source: American Bungalow. 83: 76-89.
Publication Series: Magazines or Trade Publications
Description: On February 2, 1912, Aldo Leopold (1887-1948) wrote to his fiancee, Estella Bergere, in Santa Fe that the Forest Service had appropriated $650 to build a new supervisor's quarters he had designed at Tres Piedras, New Mexico, northwest of Taos. At the time, Leopold was about to become the new Forest Supervisor of the Carson National Forest in Tres Piedras. Later that year, he built the house, which the newly married couple decided to call "Mi Casita."
Keywords: Aldo Leopold, bungalow, Carson National Forest, Tres Piedras
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Bailey, Robert G. 2014. In harmony with nature: A pioneer conservationist's bungalow home. American Bungalow. 83: 76-89.
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