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Community: Spring Green
Reference Number: 91504
Date: 1999-06-30 before
Description: Menu for a reception at L'Etoile Restaurant for the School of Organic Farming and Cooking at Taliesin, with the school logo and a background photograph of...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Matted architectural drawing for a proposed Methodist church for a congregation in Spring Green, Wisconsin, drawn by Marcus Weston with input from architec...
Description: Group portrait of either the Spring Green or Muscoda Boy's High School basketball team.
Reference Number: 225834
Historic Name: St. John Evangelist's Catholic Church
Reference Number: 91505
Description: An exterior view of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scholl on East Monroe Street. The ranch style house is an attractive combination of Lannon stone and...
Description: Proposed Methodist church for a congregation in Spring Green, Wisconsin, drawn by Marcus Weston with input from architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The drawings...
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: A marker at the former site of the smelter which stood at the top of the shot tower shaft.
Description: From a portfolio of collotype prints issued in 1900, a sewing class at Hillside Home School, an early progressive school operated by Ellen and Jane Lloyd J...
Reference Number: 225835
Historic Name: St. John Evangelist's Catholic Church Rectory
Reference Number: 91506
City: Spring Green
Description: Hillside Home School designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1901 and constructed over the next two years. The school was operated by the architect's family.
Description: The shot tower at Tower Hill State Park.
Description: View from street of a street corner in the business district, with a large brick building housing the J.A.W. Sprecher general merchandise store, with fire...
Description: Tower Hill State Park trail to the top of the shot tower shaft.
Reference Number: 91499
Description: Students in cooking class at Hillside Home School, an early progressive school, operated by Ellen and Jane Lloyd Jones, aunts of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Reference Number: 225836
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