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A spirited history: Harriett Adams loves Ennis, her home and its ghosts

Randy Bryan Bigham
Contributor

A house without a heart is not a home, so the saying goes. A house without a ghost isn’t either, adds Harriett Adams of Ennis.

The successful interior designer whose clients, hailing from New York to Houston, have come to rely on her elegant yet practical taste, has lived in Ennis for the last 19 years. Her home, the historic Raphael House at 500 W. Ennis Ave., has been a source of pride for Adams. Its neoclassical façade and interiors (restored by former owner Dana Cody Wolfe) and colorful history have given her much happiness, she said.

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