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|Born||15 December 1926 |
|Died||1 October 2005 (aged 78)
|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Spouse(s)||Christian H. Aall|
Sally Aall, born Sally Sample was an American philanthropist and author. She was key in the restoration of the Swiss cottage in Cahir, Ireland, providing funding .
Swiss Cottage Restoration
The Swiss cottage, Cahir|Swiss cottage was originally built in 1810 by Richard Butler, 1st Earl of Glengall and designed by renowned architect John Nash, as a retreat for entertainment. During the mid-20th century, the cottage fell into disrepair. In 1985, restoration began on the cottage, Sally Aall through her charity, the Port Royal Foundation, provided generous funding.
Sally died aged 78 in Seattle from lymphoma.
- Follies and Fantasies: Germany and Austria 
- Follies and Pleasure Pavilions: England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales 
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