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A. P. JOHNSON RESIDENCE, DELAVAN LAKE, WISCONSIN (1906 - S.087)
   
  FLOOR PLAN    PLANS 1906    1940    1980s    1990s    A. P. JOHNSON 2022    ADDITIONAL WRIGHT STUDIES 
   
Date: 1906

Title: 1) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Floor Plans (1906 - S.087).

Description: First and second floor plans for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. FLLW Foundation #0508.01. The house is two-stories with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. An open porch runs the full length of this of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Text bottom right: “Mr. A. P. Johnson. Residence at Lake Delavan. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect. Oak Park, Illinois.” Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 5.5 B&W photograph.

S#:
0064.44.0323
   
Date: 1906

Title: 2) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Foundation Plan (1906 - S.087).

Description: Foundation plan for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. FLLW Foundation #0508.03. Below the stairs that lead to the second floor, stairs lead down to the cellar which is 14' 4" x 18' 6.” Text lower right: “Foundation Plan.” Hand written text: “Johnson House, Lake Delavan.” Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 5.5 B&W photograph.

S#:
0064.45.0323
   
Date: 1906

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Front and Rear Elevations (1906 - S.087).

Description: 3) Front and Rear elevation for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. FLLW Foundation #0508.04. The house is designed so that the side facing the driveway is the back of the house, and the side facing the lake is the front of the house. The house is two-stories with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. An open porch runs the full length of this of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters on the front of the house project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Text: “Front Elevation. Rear Elevation.” Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 5.5 B&W photograph.

ST#:
0064.46.0323
   
Date: 1906

Title: 4) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Side Elevation and Cross Section (1906 - S.087).

Description: Side elevation, cross section and details for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. FLLW Foundation #0508.05. The house is two-stories with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. Text: “Side Elevation. Cross Section.” Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 5.5 B&W photograph.

ST#:
0064.47.0323
   
Date: 1906

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, First Floor Plan (1906 - S.087).

Description: First floor plan for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. Adapted from the original floor plan by Douglas M. Steiner. As you approach the back of the house from the drive, it is symmetrical in appearance. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters rise up to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows.
       Stairs on either end of the back elevation each lead to a porch, each with an entrance to the house. The right stairs lead to a semi-enclosed porch, the same width as the kitchen. Vertical spindles enclose the window openings. A door leads into the kitchen. The left stairs lead to a small porch with a door that leads to the entrance hall. In the hall are stairs leading to the second level. There are five bedrooms and a bath upstairs. The kitchen is to the right behind the stairway. Straight ahead is the living room. The hall opens up to an expansive living room which runs the full width of the front of house and is approximately 16' by 24'. Doors on either end of the living room lead out to covered porches, one on either end. The fireplace is centrally located. Across from the fireplace is a built-in window seat. Wright does not specify is a dining room. In essence what he has accomplished is that the back of the house, with its extensive indoor and outdoor living space is the front of the house. Adapted from the original floor plan by Douglas M. Steiner. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 6 B&W photograph.

S#:
0064.48.0323
   
Date: Circa 1940

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Circa 1940 (1906 - S.087).

Description: View of the front of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the West. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. It appears that the porch on the left has been enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of this of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Text bottom left: “67438.” Photographed by Gilman Lane between 1935-1945. Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#:
0531.100.0323
   
Date: 1980

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1980 (1906 - S.087).

Description: View of the front of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the West. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. It appears that the porch on the left has been restored since Lane’s 1940 photograph. An open porch runs the full length of this of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Photographed by Chas. Quagliana in September 1980. Courtesy of the National Registry of Historic Places. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

ST#:
1980.69.0323
   
Date: 1981

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1981 (1906 - S.087).

Description: View of the back of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the East. The front elevation faces the lake, the rear elevation faces the drive. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. As you approach the house, it is symmetrical in appearance. Four pilasters project from the front of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters rise up to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows.
       Stairs on either end of the rear elevation lead to a porch, each with an entrance to the house. The right stairs lead to a semi-enclosed porch, the same width as the kitchen. Vertical spindles enclose the window openings. A door leads into the kitchen. The kitchen has been enlarged to include most of the original porch. The left stairs lead to a small porch with a door that leads to the entrance hall. Photographed by Diane H. Filipowicz in October 1981. Courtesy of the National Registry of Historic Places. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

ST#:
1981.153.0323
   
Date: 1982

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1982 (1906 - S.087).

Description: View of the back of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the East. The front elevation faces the lake, the rear elevation faces the drive. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. As you approach the house, it is symmetrical in appearance. Four pilasters project from the front of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters rise up to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows.
       Stairs on either end of the rear elevation lead to a porch, each with an entrance to the house. The right stairs lead to a semi-enclosed porch, the same width as the kitchen. Vertical spindles enclose the window openings. A door leads into the kitchen. The kitchen has been enlarged to include most of the original porch. The left stairs lead to a small porch with a door that leads to the entrance hall. A horizontal band of windows run the full length of both side and go from the sill line up to the soffits. Photographed by Chas. Quagliana in October 1982. Courtesy of the National Registry of Historic Places. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 7 Color photograph.

ST#:
1982.69.0323
   
Date: 1986

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1986 (1906 - S.087).

Description: View of the frontof the A.P. Johnson Residence from the Northwest. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. The porch on the left and right have been enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of this side of the house, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Photographed by Conald Zimmer. Courtesy of the Nova Southeastern University, Florida. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 7 Color photograph.

ST#:
1986.126.0323
   
Date: 1990

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Circa 1990 (1906 - S.087).

Description: View of the front of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the West. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. The porch on the left and right have been enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of this side of the house, with stairs in the center leading out to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. A horizontal band of windows run the full length of both side and go from the sill line up to the soffits. Photographed by Paul J. Jakubovich. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

ST#:
1990.193.0323
   
Date: 1990

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Circa 1990 (1906 - S.087).

Description: View of the front of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the West. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. The porch on the left and right have been enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of this side of the house, with stairs in the center leading out to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. A horizontal band of windows run the full length of both side and go from the sill line up to the soffits. Photographed by Paul J. Jakubovich. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

ST#:
1990.194.0323
   
Date: 1997

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1997 (1906 - S.087).

Description: View of the back of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the South. The front elevation faces the lake, the rear elevation faces the drive. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. The porch on the left and right have been enclosed. As you approach the house, it is symmetrical in appearance. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters rise up to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows.
       Stairs on either end of the rear elevation lead to a porch, each with an entrance to the house. The right stairs lead to a semi-enclosed porch, the same width as the kitchen. Vertical spindles enclose the window openings. A door leads into the kitchen. The kitchen has been enlarged to include most of the original porch. The left stairs lead to a small porch with a door that leads to the entrance hall. A horizontal band of windows run the full length of both side and run from the sill line up to the soffits. A small decorative wall has been added between the drive and the entrance to the house. Photographed by Carl L. Thurman in 1997. Courtesy of Carl L. Thurman and the University of Northern Iowa. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 5.75 Color photograph.

ST#:
1997.96.0323
   
Date: 2022

Title: A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 2022 (1906 - S.087).

Description: Set of 63 exterior photographs of the A. P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches (now enclosed) on either side forming a cruciform. As of the early 1980s the two covered porches were not enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of the back of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center... Continue...

Size: Set of 63 exterior 23 X 15 high res digital images.

ST#: 2022.17.0323
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A. P. JOHNSON FLOOR PLAN 1906
   
A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, First Floor Plan (1906 - S.087). First floor plan for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. Adapted from the original floor plan by Douglas M. Steiner. As you approach the back of the house from the drive, it is symmetrical in appearance. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters rise up to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows.
       Stairs on either end of the back elevation each lead to a porch, each with an entrance to the house. The right stairs lead to a semi-enclosed porch, the same width as the kitchen. Vertical spindles enclose the window openings. A door leads into the kitchen. The left stairs lead to a small porch with a door that leads to the entrance hall. In the hall are stairs leading to the second level. There are five bedrooms and a bath upstairs. The kitchen is to the right behind the stairway. Straight ahead is the living room. The hall opens up to an expansive living room which runs the full width of the front of house and is approximately 16' by 24'. Doors on either end of the living room lead out to covered porches, one on either end. The fireplace is centrally located. Across from the fireplace is a built-in window seat. Wright does not specify is a dining room. In essence what he has accomplished is that the back of the house, with its extensive indoor and outdoor living space is the front of the house. Adapted from the original floor plan by Douglas M. Steiner. (S#
0064.48.0323)
 
 
   
A. P. JOHNSON PLANS 1906
 
  FLOOR PLANS    FOUNDATION PLAN    ELEVATIONS    ELEVATIONS & SECTIONS 
 
1) FIRST & SECOND FLOOR PLANS
 
1) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Floor Plans (1906 - S.087). First and second floor plans for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. FLLW Foundation #0508.01. The house is two-stories with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. An open porch runs the full length of this of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Text bottom right: "Mr. A. P. Johnson. Residence at Lake Delavan. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect. Oak Park, Illinois."ť Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. (S#0064.44.0323)
 
1B) Detail of the A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Floor Plans.
 
1C) Detail of the A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Floor Plans.
 
 
2) FOUNDATION PLAN
 
2) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Foundation Plan (1906 - S.087). Foundation plan for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. FLLW Foundation #0508.03. Below the stairs that lead to the second floor, stairs lead down to the cellar which is 14' 4" x 18' 6.” Text lower right: “Foundation Plan.” Hand written text: “Johnson House, Lake Delavan.” Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. (S#0064.45.0323)
 
2B) Detail of the A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Foundation Plan.
 
 
3) FRONT & REAR ELEVATIONS
 
3) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Front and Rear Elevations (1906 - S.087). Front and Rear elevation for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. FLLW Foundation #0508.04. The house is designed so that the side facing the driveway is the back of the house, and the side facing the lake is the front of the house. The house is two-stories with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. An open porch runs the full length of this of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters on the front of the house project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Text: “Front Elevation. Rear Elevation.” Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. (S#0064.46.0323)
 
3B) Detail of the A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Front & Rear Elevations.
 
 
4) ELEVATIONS & SECTIONS
4) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Side Elevation and Cross Section (1906 - S.087). Side elevation, cross section and details for the A.P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. FLLW Foundation #0508.05. The house is two-stories with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. Text: “Side Elevation. Cross Section.” Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. (S#0064.47.0323)
4B) Detail of the A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Elevations and Cross Sections.
4C) Detail of the A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Elevations and Cross Sections.
   
   
A. P. JOHNSON RESIDENCE CIRCA 1940
   
A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Circa 1940 (1906 - S.087). View of the front of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the West. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. It appears that the porch on the left has been enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of this of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Text bottom left: “67438.” Photographed by Gilman Lane between 1935-1945. Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago. (S#0531.100.0323)
   
   
A. P. JOHNSON RESIDENCE 1980s
   
  1980    1981    1982    1986   
   
1980
 
A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1980 (1906 - S.087). View of the front of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the West. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. It appears that the porch on the left has been restored since Lane’s 1940 photograph. An open porch runs the full length of this of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Photographed by Chas. Quagliana in September 1980. Courtesy of the National Registry of Historic Places. (S#1980.69.0323)
 
 
1981
 
A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1981 (1906 - S.087). View of the back of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the East. The front elevation faces the lake, the rear elevation faces the drive. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. As you approach the house, it is symmetrical in appearance. Four pilasters project from the front of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters rise up to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows.
       Stairs on either end of the rear elevation lead to a porch, each with an entrance to the house. The right stairs lead to a semi-enclosed porch, the same width as the kitchen. Vertical spindles enclose the window openings. A door leads into the kitchen. The kitchen has been enlarged to include most of the original porch. The left stairs lead to a small porch with a door that leads to the entrance hall. Photographed by Diane H. Filipowicz in October 1981. Courtesy of the National Registry of Historic Places. (S#
1981.153.0323)
 
 
1982
A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1982 (1906 - S.087). View of the back of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the East. The front elevation faces the lake, the rear elevation faces the drive. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. As you approach the house, it is symmetrical in appearance. Four pilasters project from the front of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters rise up to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows.
       Stairs on either end of the rear elevation lead to a porch, each with an entrance to the house. The right stairs lead to a semi-enclosed porch, the same width as the kitchen. Vertical spindles enclose the window openings. A door leads into the kitchen. The kitchen has been enlarged to include most of the original porch. The left stairs lead to a small porch with a door that leads to the entrance hall. A horizontal band of windows run the full length of both side and go from the sill line up to the soffits. Photographed by Chas. Quagliana in October 1982. Courtesy of the National Registry of Historic Places. (S#
1982.69.0323)
 
 
1986
A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1986 (1906 - S.087). View of the frontof the A.P. Johnson Residence from the Northwest. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. The porch on the left and right have been enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of this side of the house, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. Photographed by Conald Zimmer. Courtesy of the Nova Southeastern University, Florida. (S#1986.126.0323)
   
   
A. P. JOHNSON RESIDENCE 1990s
   
  1990    1997 
   
1990
 
A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Circa 1990 (1906 - S.087). View of the front of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the West. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. The porch on the left and right have been enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of this side of the house, with stairs in the center leading out to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. A horizontal band of windows run the full length of both side and go from the sill line up to the soffits. Photographed by Paul J. Jakubovich. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society. (ST#1990.193.0323)
 
A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Circa 1990 (1906 - S.087). View of the front of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the West. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. The porch on the left and right have been enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of this side of the house, with stairs in the center leading out to the lawn facing the lake. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters project through the first floor roof line to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. A horizontal band of windows run the full length of both side and go from the sill line up to the soffits. Photographed by Paul J. Jakubovich. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society. (ST#1990.194.0323)
 
 
1997
A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 1997 (1906 - S.087). View of the back of the A.P. Johnson Residence from the South. The front elevation faces the lake, the rear elevation faces the drive. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches on either side forming a cruciform. The porch on the left and right have been enclosed. As you approach the house, it is symmetrical in appearance. Four pilasters project from the surface of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters rise up to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows.
       Stairs on either end of the rear elevation lead to a porch, each with an entrance to the house. The right stairs lead to a semi-enclosed porch, the same width as the kitchen. Vertical spindles enclose the window openings. A door leads into the kitchen. The kitchen has been enlarged to include most of the original porch. The left stairs lead to a small porch with a door that leads to the entrance hall. A horizontal band of windows run the full length of both side and run from the sill line up to the soffits. A small decorative wall has been added between the drive and the entrance to the house. Photographed by Carl L. Thurman in 1997. Courtesy of Carl L. Thurman and the University of Northern Iowa. (ST#
1997.96.0323)
   
   
A. P. JOHNSON RESIDENCE 2022
   

A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, 2022 (1906 - S.087). Set of 63 exterior photographs of the A. P. Johnson Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906. It is the last of five housed designed for the shores of Lake Delavan, the first four being: Wallis (1900 - S.079), Jones (1900 - S.083), Spencer (1902 - S.081) and Ross (1902 - S.082). The house is a two-story house with covered porches (now enclosed) on either side forming a cruciform. As of the early 1980s the two covered porches were not enclosed. An open porch runs the full length of the back of the house, connecting both porches, with stairs in the center leading to the lawn facing the lake.
       As you approach the house, it is symmetrical in appearance. Four pilasters project from the front of the house and frame the first floor windows. The pilasters are rectangular. The long side of the two outer pilasters face outward while the short side of the two inner pilasters face outward. The pilasters rise up to the sill line of the second floor, and are capped by a horizontal row of windows. The pilasters are repeated on the back elevation, but project through the first floor roof line to the sills above.
       Stairs on either end of the front elevation lead to a porch, each with an entrance to the house. The right stairs lead to

 

a semi-enclosed porch, the same width as the kitchen. Vertical spindles enclose the window openings. A door leads into the kitchen. The left stairs lead to a small porch with a door that leads to the entrance hall. In the hall are stairs leading to the second level. There are five bedrooms and a bath upstairs. The kitchen is to the right behind the stairway. Straight ahead is the living room. The hall opens up to an expansive living room which runs the full length from side to side, approximately 16' by 24'. Doors on either end of the living room lead out to covered porches, one on either end. The fireplace is centrally located. Across from the fireplace is a built-in window seat. What Wright does not specify is a dining room, but in essence what he has accomplished is that the back of the house, with its extensive indoor and outdoor living space has now becomes the front of the house.
       Photographed on a rainy September 11, 2022 during a trip through Wisconsin by Douglas M. Steiner. Our intent is to record the details that create the totality of the design, creating a complete picture, as-well-as the present condition of the home. In an effort to expedite adding these photographs to this website, we have dispensed with a description for each photograph. Set of 63 exterior 23 X 15 high res digital images.

   
1) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-1)
 
2) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-2)
 
3) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-3)
 
4) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-4)
 
5) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-5)
 
6) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-6)
 
7) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-7)
 
8) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-8)
 
9) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-9)
 
10) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-10)
 
11) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-11)
 
12) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-12)
 
13) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-13)
 
14) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-14)
 
15) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-15)
 
16) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-16)
 
17) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-17)
 
18) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-18)
 
19) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-19)
 
20) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-20)
 
21) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-21)
 
22) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-22)
 
23) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-23)
 
24) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-24)
 
25) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-25)
 
26) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-26)
 
27) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-27)
 
28) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-28)
 
29) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-29)
 
30) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-30)
 
31) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-31)
 
32) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-32)
 
33) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-33)
 
34) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-34)
 
35) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-35)
 
36) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-36)
 
37) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-37)
 
38) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-38)
 
39) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-39)
 
40) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-40)
 
41) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-41)
 
42) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-42)
 
43) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-43)
 
44) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-44)
 
45) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-45)
 
46) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-46)
 
47) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-47)
 
48) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-48)
 
49) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-49)
 
50) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-50)
 
51) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-51)
 
52) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-52)
 
53) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-53)
 
54) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-54)
 
55) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-55)
 
56) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-56)
 
57) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-57)
 
58) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-58)
 
59) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-59)
 
60) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-60)
 
61) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-61)
 
62) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-62)
 
63) A. P. Johnson Residence, Delavan Lake, Wisconsin, Exterior 2022 (1906 - S.087). 23 x 15 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on September 11, 2022. Copyright 2023, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2022.17.0323-63)
   
 
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Photographic Chronology of Frank Lloyd Wright Portraits
 
 
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