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Sharon Winters and Kendall Reid have nominated their 113-year-old home -- which has come to be known as the "Shaw House" -- to the City of Tacoma's Register of Historic Places. For more than 45 years, Stanley T. Shaw, the late Tacoma architect, lived in the two-story, 2,200-square-foot home anchored at the corner of North Lawrence Street and North 25th Street. Along with his wife, Clara, Stanley raised four children in the home, which wasn't originally built by Shaw but served as a sort of laboratory for some of his architectural ideas. (PHOTO BY TODD MATTHEWS)

Sharon Winters and Kendall Reid have nominated their 113-year-old home — which has come to be known as the “Shaw House” — to the City of Tacoma’s Register of Historic Places. For more than 45 years, Stanley T. Shaw, the late Tacoma architect, lived in the two-story, 2,200-square-foot home anchored at the corner of North Lawrence Street and North 25th Street. Along with his wife, Clara, Stanley raised four children in the home, which wasn’t originally built by Shaw but served as a sort of laboratory for some of his architectural ideas. (PHOTO BY TODD MATTHEWS)

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