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Old 05-22-2009, 03:16 PM
 
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The only woodworking shop Captain Jim had when I knew him was on the second floor of the carriage house where the windows look toward the mansion. An incredibly steep and narrow stairway led there. It was full of hand tools, a lathe a workbench and stacks of wood. I never heard of a woodworking shop in the house. I rather doubt its existence because of dust, noise, etc.
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