The East Garrison can be a model of adaptive reuse--it's all a matter of compromise.
Thursday, September 19, 1996
Ever heard of the Gigling Reservation? I hadn't. It was enormous. A 15,809 acre purchase of local land. Curiously, although the year was 1917, the reservation was named after a German immigrant family that had lived there, while half a world away American doughboys stomped into World War 1.
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