For sale: Home by Fellow Cary Caraway

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DavidC
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For sale: Home by Fellow Cary Caraway

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Post by Palli »

Would someone please give architectural history classes to realtors for identification purposes! Prairie School?
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DavidC
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According to John Geiger's list Cary Caraway arrived at Taliesin on Jan 1st, 1935.


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Roderick Grant
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Handsome house, though I would bet the library (1:10) is an alteration.

Sequoia
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Post by Sequoia »

Nice home. Some of the finishes are curious. The island looks painted or poorly clad. The paneling in the one room seems a bit too traditional.

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Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

DavidC
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Roderick Grant
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Most of the house is too monochromatic; the more colorful parts are those that have obviously been altered. That library is not Caraway!

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Re: For sale: Home by Fellow Cary Caraway

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I love monochromatic design so I fully support this kind of style. Really awesome looking, I love library as well.

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