At the top is seen the large built-in porch of the Oscar A. Eberbach home on Belmont Rd. Its walls are done in panel board, and the straw-like rug and durable furniture make it a pleasure to occupy. The vents along the lower ridge of the wall are heat ducts for the forced hot air system. Brightly colored drapes may be pulled over the parch's picture window. Down the hallway one gets a glimpse of the living room with its Thermopane window in the background. The lower picture [this photo] shows the combined living-dining area separated by a cane curtain drawn to the side. The instrument in the case on the table is a zither, which Eberbach plays with enthusiasm. The densely wooded area outside the living room may be seen through the Thermopane windows. The nearest window drape conceals a door leading outside.
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