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S.173 Frances W. Little Residence II

Original location: Northome Boulevard at Northome Road, Deephaven, Minnesota

Display located at Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 3rd Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

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Photographed on May 13, 2012. The art museum in Minneapolis has a collection of Prairie-style furniture, windows, and house models on its second floor. Both Little residences are represented (the other is S.173), as are the George Barton Residence (S.103) and items from the Minneapolis Purcell-Cutts home (designed by William Gray Purcell and George Grant Elmslie).

 

An entire hallway from the Little residence has been reproduced in the museum. The collection also includes a wooden scale model of the home. Admission to the museum is free.

 

Other rooms were reconstructed in New York City (living room in the Museum of Modern Art) and Allentown (library in the Allentown Art Museum). In addition, a window is in the collection of the Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows at Navy Pier in Chicago.

 

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New 05/21/2012

Revised 09/28/2012

 

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