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Preserve an important 20th century architectural archive by an influential architect and help make a documentary film in the process.

Second Kickstarter Initiative Ends Today

Hello Everyone,

You are receiving this message because you pledged to our previous (unsuccessful) kickstarter initiative.  As many of you know, we relaunched the initiative with additional rewards and a lower goal amount.  Thanks to everyone that pledged a second time.  It ends today at 2:30 EST and it looks like our second attempt is going to be successful!

If you previously pledged, but have not the second time, I urge you to do so before it is too late.  The direct link is:

http://kck.st/ltCGAG

We have uploaded some special video clips - interviews with Andrew Geller - to our kickstarter page.  These are only available to people who have pledged.  Enjoy!

Best regards,

Jake Gorst
Jonamac Productions

Andrew Geller Architectural Archive Project Final Update

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Project Hits New York Magazine

Recently our research resulted in the discovery of the original 1959 model house that was rebuilt in Moscow for the American National Exhibition and became the catalyst for the famous Nixon/Khrushchev "Kitchen Debate."  This find was chronicled in the May 16th issue of New York Magazine.  Read about it here:

http://nymag.com/realestate/features/commack-moscow-2011-5

Featured in the New York Times