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Ernest Wood is not listed in any of Geiger's lists of apprentices, non-apprentices or associates. He might have been the contractor who purchased the ASB kit and assembled it... or this was just inspired by his study of FLW.
For background, here are some pics of Wood's office: https://www.flickr.com/photos/army_arch/14933321799
HT: Mike L.
Mike Lilek told me he was going to look it up in his ASB archive.DRN wrote:Does the outward appearance of the house match a known ASB model type? The house is handsome in any case, it would be interesting to see its interior or its floor plan.