Milliken Place, Decatur IL

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jrdet10
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Milliken Place, Decatur IL

Post by jrdet10 »

Does anyone know who is credited with the design for the lightposts at the entrance to Milliken Place in Decatur? Mahony and Von Holst designed two of the homes, and they probably deserve credit for the Irving House attributed to the then-Europe-bound Master. But I read that W.B. Griffin collaborated with FLLW on the landscaping at Milliken Place. Can anyone shed some light on this, as it were?
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