Designed by Chicago architectural firm Greene & Greene for the Gambles of Procter & Gamble in 1908, this house brings Frank Lloyd Wright to mind on first viewing. The tour, however, reveals elements unique to the Greenes as well as other artists involved in the project, such as Emil Lange stained glass and Stickley furniture. The docents are knowledgeable and incorporate art, architecture, history, biography, and humor into their presentation. Very enjoyable.
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