Kitchen-Klatter began as a half-hour radio show with Leanna Driftmier sharing household tips, recipes, and childrearing advice among other topics. The radio show aired from 1926-1986 making it the longest running homemaker program in the history of...
The front of the Knoll. The home's dormers, towers, chimneys, entryway, driveway, and garage are visible. An evergreen partially blocks the view of one tower; and a small, blossoming tree partially blocks that of the garage.
The eastern side of the Knoll is partially screened from view by the trees and shrubbery. The porte cochere and a garage or storage building can be seen in the distance. The roof, trees and lawn are covered with snow.
The east side of the Knoll is almost hidden from view by the trees and other shrubbery. The large wrap-around porch on the left is either glassed or screened in. The porte cochere is partially visible through the trees on the right.