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This chair, and cousins in at least two other locations, are found on pages 2, 4, 8, 10, and 14 of this thread. On pages 10 and 14 Bill Schwarz provides us with two of his typically generous contributions.
On page 14 we see a chair identified as belonging to the Walker or the Neils house, in which the bottoms of the side wings of the chair are not cut back as in the earlier versions at Hanna (but not, curiously, at the postwar Sun Cottage); this change would presumably have enhanced the stability of the chair somewhat . . .
Sturges has a variant of the Goetsch-Winckler/Sondern/Rosenbaum/Wall/Baird three-legged design; see pp 5 and 7 of the thread. As a living-room chair the front leg extends further and the seating position is a bit lower; as an upright dining chair the leg is pulled in, resulting in a tippier chair ?
The difference between the pair of designs is analogous to the difference between the Eames LCW and DCW chairs, I guess.
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