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Ex-Clinton home deemed total loss

Post-fire, museum asked about redo

By Bill Bowden

This article was published June 18, 2017 at 3:20 a.m.

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This fireplace is one of the few things that can be salvaged after a fire recently engulfed a home in Fayetteville that was designed by architect E. Fay Jones and was once lived in by former President Bill Clinton.

This photo shows the 1957 home’s living room and kitchen area before this month’s blaze destroyed it.

Bill Clinton's first Fayetteville home is a total loss after a June 8 fire.

This photo shows the 1957 home’s living room and kitchen area before this month’s blaze destroyed it.

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