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News - July 20, 2012

Campaign launched to save tiny 1888 "immigrant house"

Downtown, Shoreline discussed as best location for historic structure

by Daniel DeBolt

Local residents once fought to save the home of Mountain View pioneer and businessman Henry Rengstorff, but now there's an effort to preserve a tiny home that provided shelter for the laborers, immigrants and struggling artists of the city's past.

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