Harris Armstrong's weekend cabin in DeSoto, Missouri. The upper level contained a large fireplace and beds. The lower level (sometimes prone to flooding) contained a very basic kitchen. Armstrong built is himself during World War II, when there wasn't much construction acitivity. Unfortunately, it burned down in 1972, just one year before Armstrong's death.
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Photograph courtesy of the Harris Armstrong Archives, Special Collections, Washington University in Saint Louis.