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I've only seen this house in 1950's photos and from afar during a tour of Goff's lost Joe Price house. My impression was of an enormous house that might lack a sense of domesticity at its interior. The house is big, but the video clearly shows this as a nicely scaled and inviting interior. Peter's TAA era addition of the "carousel" or "kiva" room looks like a well situated addition that creates a great casual living space option to the more formal living/dining room.
It has already been noted on Chat that Carolyn Price passed away in 2018:
https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/ ... =190508733
Harold C. Price Jr. died in the late summer of 2020:
https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/ex ... id=8257262
Not sure if this 2012 video was linked before...the Price's sons Harold and Joe talk about their parents, the company, and the tower:
https://bartlesvillecf.org/legacy-hall- ... ce-family/