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Incidentally, I was at the estate auction in 2002 and took loads of pictures of the building, both exterior and interior. Does that raise any privacy concerns, or are the pictures fair game because the house was vacant at the time? --Admin 17:16, 8 July 2008 (CDT)

Hmm. I would say the exterior shots are fair game. As for the interior, I'd want to know more information... maybe we could find out if anyone is occupying the house at the present? If so I'd want to pursue their blessing. But... If no one is actively occupying the house still presently, I don't think there are any legal or ethical concerns, really. dscosson ··· talk 20:44, 8 July 2008 (CDT)
I think the Arnetts are living there now. The interior photos are pretty benign, taken when the house was vacant and just showcasing some of the woodwork. I can't see that the current owners would object, but my folks actually bought one of the adjacent parcels at the auction, so I could probably ask knock on their door sometime to ask for permission. --Admin 22:31, 8 July 2008 (CDT)