Elis F. Stenman designed the paper house in Rockport, Massachusetts in 1922. He and his family took apart 100,000 newspapers to create a 2-room house, complete with tables, chairs, lamps, bookshelves, and even a real piano covered in paper! They used 215 layers of paper to create the walls. If you come to visit, you can actually read headlines and parts of articles on the exterior layer of newspaper.
The writing desk is made from snippets about Charles Lindbergh's historic flight across the Atlantic Ocean. The radio cabinet is full of stories about President Herbert Hoover's campaign. Currently no one lives in the house, as the Paper House's owners live next door.