Fox Sisters Spirits, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, NY) 24 Aug 1995 Thu P27

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Fox Sisters Spirits, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, NY) 24 Aug 1995 Thu P27 - Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood Association....
Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood Association. Another door leads to a corridor and the Hoffmans' central central living area. The house had been converted into a three-family three-family three-family dwelling when the couple bought it. But no one had lived there for a long time. It took the Hoffmans almost a year to put it into living condition. After they moved in with their daughters daughters in 1986, Barbara and Dan ; celebrated their 25th wedding " anniversary in the house. It's still a three-family three-family three-family dwelling. The Hoffmans rent out a first-floor first-floor first-floor studio and their daughter Lisa has the back apartment. The neighborhood is a similar mix of owners and renters. It's an isolated little area that you'd hardly hardly notice as you drive out of downtown downtown on West Main Street. But once you turn right onto King Street, you enter a pleasant island of historic homes and a lovely park, Susan B. Anthony Square. When I first drove i through the area, all I saw were the run-down run-down run-down and boarded-up boarded-up boarded-up buildings. Only when I scratched the surface did I find a sweet little 140-year-old 140-year-old 140-year-old 140-year-old 140-year-old house to rent; friend-1 friend-1 friend-1 ly, concerned neighbors; and plenty plenty of trees and lovingly tended flower gardens. i Barbara admits the area is a diamond in the rough. In urban

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  1. Democrat and Chronicle,
  2. 24 Aug 1995, Thu,
  3. Metro,
  4. Page 32

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