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June 25, 2024 | Preservation Projects

Donor Appreciation Drawing

Enter to win a Walter Lamb Bronze Chair and Ottoman
courtesy of John Reyno @hawaii_modern
Circa 1960-1970s
Value $7,000-$10,000
Chair and ottoman can be shipped anywhere in the United States at no additional cost to the drawing winner. We are not able to ship internationally. 

All proceeds support the preservation of Liljestrand House

$25 – 1 entry
$50 – 3 entries
$100 – 7 entries
$200 – 16 entries
$500 – 50 entries

Donor entries must be received by 10am on August 15, 2024, in order to qualify for the drawing. The drawing will take place on August 29, 2024, at the Walter Lamb Bronze exhibit and program. The winner will be notified on August 30, 2024. Donors do not need to be present to win the chair and ottoman.
 
Donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible.

All proceeds support the preservation of Liljestrand House. Owned by the Liljestrand Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, Liljestrand House is the only completely intact example of architect Vladimir Ossipoff’s work open to the public.

Upcoming preservation projects include replacement of the floor mount door pivot for the kitchen/dining room door; leveling the concrete slabs in the downstairs pavilion; and repairing termite damage on the 100+ year old pool table in the playroom. 

Interested in the special Walter Lamb Bronze exhibit and fundraising program on August 29? Click here for more information.

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All donors are automatically entered into the drawing, but entries can also be submitted by mailing a 3×5 postcard with name, address, phone number and email address to Liljestrand Foundation. Postcards must be received by 10am on August 15, 2024, to qualify for the drawing.

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Photos by Kristen Reyno

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