Denkmann-Hauberg House by Robt. Spencer & Jens Jensen

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Paul Ringstrom
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Denkmann-Hauberg House by Robt. Spencer & Jens Jensen

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

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While I'm looking for our previous discussion of this interesting property, here's a more recent thread mentioning Spencer:

http://wrightchat.savewright.org/viewtopic.php?t=10885

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H. Allen Brooks' "Prairie School Architecture" has the Denkmann-Hauberg House (pp 196-204) with floor plans, site plan, and photos, both interior and exterior, from the April 1914 issue of "The Western Architect." It is a stretch to define it (or any of Spencer's work) as a Prairie design. There are elements, mostly inside, but overall, DH is riff on 20th century Tudor.

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Most if not all of the Brooks book material I have previously posted here. Where it is located I cannot say . . .

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Re: Denkmann-Hauberg House by Robt. Spencer & Jens Jensen

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Is that how the place looks today, or is that an historical photo? It is beautiful.

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