Long Exposure Photograph of an old 1900s Sears Modern Home. Many many MANY milky summer moons ago, a Wisconsin family quite literally flipped through the pages of a Sears Catalog to order their new house. Eventually, a train came by Crivitz and dropped off a bunch of supplies to build their house from a kit. One century later, this house still stands tall, a little worse for wear, losing its bones piece by piece with every Wisconsin winter it survives. This blue strobe-lit porch is now long gone and graffiti coats the walls inside–but the old house stands proud nonetheless and a landmark for many who come through this town on the way to their family cabin.
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