An article on an authentic Norwegian "hytte," a spacious log house with a sod ro
An article on an authentic Norwegian "hytte," a spacious log house with a sod roof that was dismantled and brought to a Maine island almost 40 years ago by Ambassador and Mrs. I. Corrin Strong, who served in Norway during the Eisenhower administration. Their son, Peter, later served as president of the American-Scandinavian Foundation and married a Norwegian woman. He lives in Vermont and summers in the house, to which remaining generations of the Strongs return. With details on the architecture and the interior design of the house.
Architecture, Domestic, Strong, I Corrin, Strong, Peter
Ward, Ellen MacDonald, "An article on an authentic Norwegian "hytte," a spacious log house with a sod ro" (1996). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 2004.
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