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Up at Joel and Kate's
Philadelphia

Kate Kaman and Joel Erland are renovating Harvey Stern's old silversmithing shop on Germantown Avenue to be a home and sculpture studio.  The whole roof will be a garden someday.  Today they have been laying fresh bituminous mat.

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