S.090 – Darwin D. Martin Gardener’s Cottage,
285 Woodward Avenue, Buffalo, New York
S.103 – George Barton Residence,
118 Summit Avenue, Buffalo, New York
S.090 –Gardener’s Cottage
The cottage has been sold and was being added to the Darwin D. Martin Residence (S.100) complex when I visited in 2007. The cottage is directly behind the main residence.
This parcel was originally designated as S.132 in earlier editions of Prof. Storrer’s guide, but has been renumbered as S.090 for later editions.
Project number: T.0530
Part of the Darwin D. Martin Residence (S.100) complex. The house in 2007 contained offices for the preservation organization that was restoring the Martin house. Its exterior was not part of the formal Darwin tour, but it is discussed during the tour as it was built for Darwin Martin’s sister and brother-in-law.
Project number: T.0301
Barton residence on right; Martin residence in background
Barton Residence furniture in museums
Furniture located at Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 3rd Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota
The art museum in Minneapolis has a collection of Prairie-style furniture, windows, and house models on its second floor. Both Francis Little residences are represented (S.070 & S.173), as are items from the Minneapolis Purcell-Cutts home (designed by William Gray Purcell and George Grant Elmslie). Photographed on May 13, 2012.