An 1870 Victorian mansion built by the family of Hercules Dousman, an entrepreneurial frontiersman who parlayed various investments into a fortune. His son, Louis, and wife, Nina, Dousman built the Villa Louis as the centerpiece of their sprawling country estate. Today the home is restored to it's British Arts-and-Crafts-style elegance during its heyday in the 1890's.
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- Reusable goods are used instead of disposables, such as cloth linens and glassware at food programs; cloth rags are used for cleaning.
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