Personal Space: Dayvid LemMon's Museum of Gentrification

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The original house owners, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson, four years after the house was built, c. 1906. (Courtesy of Dayvid LemMon.)

Local photographer Dayvid LemMon lives in one of the only houses left in his downtown Phoenix neighborhood. He calls his space the Museum of Gentrification; it's island of sorts surrounded by city high-rises and condominiums. Inside, LemMon describes his style as Gothic, Victorian Row House, with a heavy IKEA influence.

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