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In that vein, I'm sorry to have to say that I regret the post-Wright additions (or behind-his-back emulations) that a few owners---original and not---have seen fit to adorn their houses with. Prairie-period stained glass just doesn't belong in a Wright Usonian house, when it is installed as if original to the property---as I see it. A panel displayed as a work of art is okay; more than that evokes some latter-day mish-mash of Wrightian motifs found in an ill-conceived 'Prairie House" Mc Mansion.