Lynnewood Hall

July 26, 2010 by staff 

Lynnewood HallLynnewood Hall, It seems that the monuments in the U.S. not doing better than their counterparts in India. Like the historic structures are being ignored in India and left in ruin, in a very very similar, a U.S. building, the century-old room is now completely ignored Lynnewood and is slowly biting dust.

This room has hosted a few of the most distinguished guests of his era, including former U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt. Weeds instead of flowers growing in the gardens now and entrance doors are powerful, but now languishes in rust.

The question that now arises is that if this room is what the resurrection, or is destined to rot like this. The mansion, which is considered a masterpiece by many, is called for to be saved. INFACT Facebook communities have done to create awareness.

“It’s a tragedy that people drive past Lynnewood Hall and do not know what is, or do not realize it’s there, it breaks my heart and it bothers me. The house is a work of art.” Stephen J. Barron, an activist said. Same is the feeling of many people.

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