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Anna & Wayne Wolfer, Eaglemount Rockeries

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About the Artist/Site

Miniature houses and other structures made of cement, stones and paint. Sculptures include Mt. Rushmore and a relief map of Washington State. Includes a “Frontier Town,” Indian Village, Pioneer School, Lumberjack Bunkhouse, Blacksmith Shop and Whiskey Bill, the moonshiner, and scenes from around the world.  Wolfer began building a castle in her kitchen during a winter snow storm in 1950. Today it is Eaglemount Rockery Cottages and Museum, and is open to the public. 

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1 folder: clippings, correspondence, pamphlets, images

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1822 State Route 20
Port Townsend, Washington, United States
Latitude/Longitude: 47.991921 / -122.852045

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