Emil and Anna Bach House (1915) in Chicago

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WrightWisconsin
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Emil and Anna Bach House (1915) in Chicago

Post by WrightWisconsin »

Hello, Everyone!

I recently interviewed Bob Hartnett about the book he wrote about the Emil and Anna Bach House in Chicago. He's now at work on a book about Wright's "bootleg" houses in the early 1890s.

I thought folks here might be interested in reading the interview.

Appreciate your thoughts. I hope you enjoy the piece.

SDR
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Re: Emil and Anna Bach House (1915) in Chicago

Post by SDR »

I appreciate the reference. I didn't know there was a book about my favorite Wright house of the 'teens. I look forward to the interview, and the book. Great photo of the house ! Happy to see a flourishing sumac growing there . . .

S
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