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Here is the Final Version of the Save The Gamble House video, including the final rendered 3D Animation footage showing what the restored James N. Gamble House would look like. Our bottom line in this fight to save the Gamble House is “Fix It, Or Sell It!”
Cincinnati Preservation Associates has made more than one formal offer to purchase the Gamble House, so they could fundraise and restore the house at no cost to the Greenacres Foundation. These offers were rejected well before the Greenacres Foundation gutted the interior of the historic Gamble House as they staged it for destruction leading up to Judge Nadel’s tour of the house.
Truth is, the Greenacres Foundation would not even exist if it were not for James N. Gamble’s (P&G) fortune that was later inherited by his grandson Louis Nippert. For decades Louis Nippert was the ideal steward of this property restoring it to National Historic Preservation standards in 1991 just before he passed away. Regretfully under Carter Randolph’s term as head of Greenacres Foundation this house has seen nothing but pure neglect. I urge you to contact Carter Randolph of the Greenacres Foundation and ask him to show some respect for “Cincinnati’s Grand Old Man” James N. Gamble by selling his house to someone who will care for it properly. You can contact Carter at: [email protected] or (513) 981-4227 x1040
Preserve Cincinnati History, Save the Gamble House!