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WARREN McARTHUR RESIDENCE (1892 - S.011)
   
Date: Circa 1892

Title: George Blossom Residence, Left (1892 - S.014) and the Warren McArthur Residence, Right (1892 - S.011) Circa 1892.

Description: Both designed in 1892, both bootleg projects. Note: this could be one of the earliest photographs of both houses. The houses appear to be near completion, but debris appears to still be in the yards. Sidewalks and curbs have been installed, but the streets still appear to be dirt. The short wall, which is set between two sets of stairs, that borders the sidewalk on the South (left) side of the Blossom house has not yet been installed. The McArthur house on the right, has the circular terrace, which was later squared off and covered.

Size: 10 x 7.5 B&W photograph.

S#:
0013.10.0517
   

Detail 1892.
   
Date: 1904

Title: The House Beautiful - March 1904  (Published by Herbert S. Stone, Chicago)

Author: Colson, Ethel M.

Description: "A Yellow Dining-Room". The Warren McArthur house. "It is difficult to decorate a dining room successfully, and this for a variety of reasons. Softness without dimness, warmth without stuffiness, simplicity without bareness, and plenty of light with no suggestion of either garishness or glare, are apparently conflicting demands by no means easy to reconcile.
       The dining-room of the Warren McArthur house at 4852 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, is so nearly perfect that the tale of its carefully planned attractions should be useful to others. Evolved slowly, with the aid of much thought and study, and many experiments, the scheme has individuality and charm. Certain minor problems in connection with the beautiful room remain to be solved. Fifteen by eighteen feet in size, it is distinguished by a large, two-sided corner window of southwestern exposure, so planned and arranged that it can never be shadowed by encroaching walls or obstructions. Its quaintly leaded panes swing out upon the flower garden just beyond. A door directly opposite this window leads to a spacious and convenient pantry. Opposite this door, again, is a double door of leaded glass similar to that in the window, and the fourth corner of the room is occupied by the duplicate of this double..."
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Size: 7 x 9.75

Pages: Pp 208 - 210

S#: 0055.00.0105

   
   
Date: 1914

Title: A Leaf from the Past Then and Now (McArthur) (Digital Edition) (Published by the R. E. Dietz Company, Chicago, New York, London)

Author: Dietz, Fred

Description: Warren McArthur Biography, pages 135-136. Warren McArthur, Exclusive Sales Manager. Mr. Warren McArthur can be classified as the "Pioneer Salesman of Tubular Lanterns" He has sold more lanterns than any other man. He joined forces with the firm of Dennis & Wheeler in the year 1878, who were then licensees under the Irwin patents for the sale of the Tubular Lanterns in the Western States. In 1881 when the business of Dennis & Wheeler was absorbed by the Steam Gauge and Lantern Company of Rochester N. Y., Mr. McArthur entered the employ of R. E. Dietz and sold lanterns on the road. In 1882, when R. E. Dietz opened a Western Sales Office at No. 25 Lake Street, Chicago, Warren McArthur and John E. Dietz took charge of it. Later he became the Western representative of R. E. Dietz and the Steam Gauge and Lantern Company for the sale of their goods with headquarters at Nos. 19 and 21 Randolph Street, Chicago. In January 1896 Mr. McArthur was made Exclusive Sales Agent for the sale of Dietz Lanterns in the United States, and during the year 1896 he arranged to take over the... Continue...

Size: 6 x 9

Pages: Pp.194

S#:
0124.38.1219
   
Date: Circa 1935

Title: Warren McArthur Residence Circa 1935-40 (1892 - S.011).

Description: Viewed from the street. Photographed after the front porch was chanced from a semi-circle to a covered rectangular porch. Roman brick was used below the windowsills, with plaster used above. The entrance is on the South side of the house, not facing the street. On three corners of the house, an octagonal bay is cantilevered out, as is the bay of the stairway no the North elevation. Test bottom left: "67357." Photographed by Gilman Lane.

Size: 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0
397.48.1219
   
Date: 1959

Title: Warren McArthur Residence 1959 (1892 - S.011).

Description: One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s bootleg projects, Warren McArthur and his family were friends of the Wrights. Placed on a thick foundation, like many of Wrights prairie styled homes, Roman brick was used below the window sills. Plaster above. The front door which is on the side of the house, is arched at the top, as are the openings of the covered terrace at the front of the home, which originally was an open terrace. Warren’s eldest son Albert, worked as an apprentice in Wright’s Oak Park Studio from 1907 to 1909 He is best known as the lead architect of the Arizona Biltmore, although he is overshadowed by Wright’s influence over the project. Note: Original drawings of the Dining Room sideboard include the copper urn designed by Wright. There is no known record that one was produced for this home. Sheet accompanying negative: "Apr. 10, 1959. Mickey Rito. Frank Lloyd Wright Story. 4852 S. Kenwood... Home at 4852 S. Kenwood... Lady is Mrs. Carl Peterson of 4851 S. Kenwood ave..." Mrs. Carl Peterson, possibly a neighbor that lived next door to the home. Photographed by Mickey Rito.

Size: Two 4x5 B&W negatives and one 36 x 45" B&W digital photograph. One 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#: 1377.77.0915

   
Date: 1959

Title: 1) Warren McArthur Residence 1959 Detail 1 (1892 - S.011).

Description: One of the major features of the home are the corner octagonal bay windows. Two are on the front two front corners and the third on the back Southwest corner. They are cantilevered, but also braced. Leaded glass windows panes are diamond shaped. Placed on a thick foundation, like many of Wrights prairie styled homes, Roman brick was used below the window sills. Plaster above. Note the coal shoot.

Size: 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#: 1377.77.0915 -1

   
Date: 1959

Title: 2) Warren McArthur Residence 1959 Detail 2 (1892 - S.011).

Description: The front door is located on the South side of the home about half way back from the front. The top of the door forms a semicircle. Two short rectangular pillars border either side of the front door and is similar to the Chauncey Williams home. The back corner octagonal bay window is seen on the left.

Size: 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#: 1377.77.0915 -2

   
Date: 1959

Title: 3) Warren McArthur Residence 1959 Detail 3 (1892 - S.011).

Description: View of the upper front of the home. The Billiards Hall, located on the third floor (attic), has a vaulted ceiling, much like the playroom Wright designed for his children in his Oak Park home a year later. The large upper semi-circular leaded glass window appears to have overlapping circular panes, similar to the design in the George Blossom Home, Chicago.

Size: 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#: 1377.77.0915 -3

   
Date: 1959

Title: 4) Warren McArthur Residence 1959 Detail 4 (1892 - S.011).

Description: View of the covered porch. Originally semi-circular in design, the corners were added, squared off, and the whole porch covered. The semi-circular porch still exists within the squared corners, and portions are visible on the back side and in the front center.

Size: 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#: 1377.77.0915 -4

   
Date: 2014

Title: Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011).

Description: Set of 35 images of the interior of the Warren McArthur Residence. These photographs were taken while the house was on the market in 2012 and 2014. Very few photographs exist of the McArthur Residence, and many are confused with the Blossom Residence because of the proximity. We have gathered these from three different locations, and credit the source.

Size: 6 X 4 digital images

ST#:
2014.45.1219 (1-35)
   

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Date: 2019

Title: Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011).

Description: Set of 63 images of the Warren McArthur Residence. On a trip to Chicago, we had the opportunity to visit the McArthur Residence, located in the Kenwood neighborhood of Chicago. The Kenwood neighborhood is located South of downtown Chicago, and borders the Hyde Park neighborhood on the North. After attending the University of Wisconsin, Frank Lloyd Wright headed for Chicago. In 1887 he took a position as draftsman for Joseph Lyman Silsbee, an architect well known for Queen Anne and Shingle-Style homes. Later that year, he moved to the office of Alder and Sullivan. While working for Adler...
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Size: Set of 63 high res 20 X 13.5 digital images.

ST#:
2019.12.1219 (1-63)
   

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WARREN McARTHUR RESIDENCE 2019
 

Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Set of 63 images of the Warren McArthur Residence. On a trip to Chicago, we had the opportunity to visit the McArthur Residence, located in the Kenwood neighborhood of Chicago. The Kenwood neighborhood is located South of downtown Chicago, and borders the Hyde Park neighborhood on the North. After attending the University of Wisconsin, Frank Lloyd Wright headed for Chicago. In 1887 he took a position as draftsman for Joseph Lyman Silsbee, an architect well known for Queen Anne and Shingle-Style homes. Later that year, he moved to the office of Alder and Sullivan. While working for Adler and Sullivan, Wright took on additional work in his spare time. These came to be known as his "Bootlegged" projects.
       According to Grant Manson, there are ten projects that fall within the "Bootlegged" Houses: 1) Dr. A. W Harlan, Chicago, 1891 - Demolished - . (S.018); 2) W. S. MacHarg, Chicago, 1891 - Demolished - (S.010); 3) Warren McArthur, Chicago, 1892 (S.011); 4) George Blossom, Chicago, 1892 (S.014); 5) Robert Emmond, La Grange, 1892 (S.015); 6) Thomas H. Gale, Oak Park, 1892 (S.016); 7) Robert P. Parker, Oak Park, 1892 (S.017); 8) Walter Gale, Oak Park, 1893 (S.020); 9) Orrin S. Goan, La Grange, 1893 (unexecuted); 10) Peter Goan, La Grange, 1893 (S.029). William Storrer added an additional, W. Irving Clark, La Grange, 1893 (S.013). In 1983, Wright set up his own practice.
       Warren McArthur, Sr. (C1857 - December 24, 1924) was married to Minnie Jewel McArthur. They had three sons, Albert Chase McArthur (1881 - 1951), Warren McArthur II (1885 - December 1961), and Charles McArthur. Frank Lloyd Wright assisted Albert McArthur in the design of the Arizona Biltmore (1927 - S.221-222). Warren McArthur II went on to become a successful furniture designer.
       Warren McArthur was a successful businessman. The Lakeside Annual Directory, City of Chicago, 1887, listed Warren McArthur as President of the Climax Manufacturing Co., Chicago, manufacturer of lantern goods. After Wright designed his home in Kenwood (1892), he commissioned Wright in 1900 to remodel the house, and design a Garage. In 1904, 1905 and 1906, Warren McArthur is also listed as Secretary (V.P.?) of the Todd Cotton Harvester Co., President H. A. Wheeler, Secretary Warren McArthur. The Directors include, G. W. Blossom... Warren McArthur. Directory of Directors in the City of Chicago, 1904, 1905 and 1906. Possibly his neighbor, and Wright client George Blossom.
       A biography was published by R. E. Dietz in A Leaf From The Past, 1913. Warren McArthur, Sr. was the best Sales Manager at R. E. Dietz Company. He sold more lanterns than any other man. He joined the firm of Dennis & Wheeler in 1878. In 1881 he entered the employ of R. E. Dietz and sold lanterns on the road. In 1882, when they opened a Chicago office, Warren McArthur and John E. Dietz took charge of it. Later he became the Western representative of R. E. Dietz and the Steam Gauge and Lantern Company. In January 1896 he became the Exclusive Sales Agent for Dietz Lanterns in the United States. In 1896 he became the exclusive rep for five additional companies including the C.T. Ham

   Manufacturing Company.
       Another interesting connection to a Wright client was with Edward E. Boynton (1908 - S.147). In 1886 Charles T. and George W. Ham established the C. T. Ham Lantern Co. in Rochester New York. Leonard K. Eaton wrote, "Born in 1857, Edward Boynton was an excellent example of the successful American businessman – salesman. At first a salesman and later a partner in the Ham Lantern Company of Rochester, New York, he remained with the firm after its absorption in 1908 by the giant trust of the lantern industry, the R. E. Dietz Company of Chicago." Two Chicago Architects and Their Clients, 1969, p.112. McArthur is influential in Boynton’s decision to hire Wright as his architect in 1908.
       In 1905, McArthur commissioned Wright to design an Apartment Building, which Wright proposed in concrete. Five years later Wright would include the design in "Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright," Plate LIV "Concrete flat building at Kenwood for Warren McArthur, Chicago, Illinois." It remained a project.
       The Warren McArthur Residence is next to the Blossom Residence and three doors from the Harding Residence. An interesting connection was their membership at the Abraham Lincoln Center and All Souls Church. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Abraham Lincoln Center in 1903 for his uncle, Reverend Jenkin Lloyd Jones. The McArthurs were listed as members in the 1908 directory. Frank Lloyd Wright was also listed as a member, as well as another Wright client and MacArthur’s neighbor the Harding’s.
          The McArthur house is Dutch Colonial in design. In some respects, it blended into the neighborhood, unlike his prairie styled homes which stood out and attracted attention, as they do still today. This was intentional by Wright. He wrote: "Other debts pressing toward the end of the five-year term, I accepted several houses on my own account, one for Dr. Harlan, one for Warren McArthur and one for George Blossom, and did not try anything radical, because I could not follow them up. I could not ‘follow up’ because I did these houses out of office hours, not secretly." An Autobiography, 1932, p.106.
       Roman brick is used below the windowsills, with plaster used above. The entrance is on the South side of the house, not facing the street. On three corners of the house, an octagonal bay is cantilevered out, as is the bay of the stairway no the North elevation. Although Wright restrained himself on the outside of the house, the dining room was not. An article on the dining room was published in the March 1904 issue of House Beautiful. "The dining-room of the Warren McArthur house at 4852 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, is so nearly perfect that the tale of its carefully planned attractions should be useful to others..." Ethel M. Colson, p.208-210.
       Photographed during a visit to Chicago by Douglas M. Steiner October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019. In an effort to expedite adding these photographs to this website, we have dispensed with a description for each photograph. Set of 63 high res 20 X 13.5 digital images.
     
 
  McARTHUR 1892    HOUSE BEAUTIFUL 1904    McARTHUR BIOGRAPHY    McARTHUR 1935
  McARTHUR 1959    McARTHUR 2012-2014    McARTHUR 2019 
 
 
McARTHUR RESIDENCE 1892
 
Original drawing of the Dining Room sideboard includes what appears to be the copper urn designed by Wright. There is no known record that one was produced for this home, and it is the earliest example of the urn found to date. Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1887-1901 Volume 1. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
 
Detail of the original drawing of the Dining Room sideboard that includes what appears to be the copper urn designed by Wright.
 
 
1892) Warren McArthur Residence Circa 1892 (1892 - S.011). Designed in 1892. Note: this could be one of the earliest photographs of the McArthur Residence. The house appears to be near completion, but debris appears to still be in the yard. Sidewalks and curbs have been installed, but the streets still appear to be dirt. The McArthur house, has a circular terrace, which was later squared off and covered. (S#0013.10.0517)
 
 
 
HOUSE BEAUTIFUL 1904
 

A Yellow Dining Room.
It is difficult to decorate a dining room successfully, and this for a variety of reasons. Softness without dimness, warmth without stuffiness, simplicity without bareness, and plenty of light with no suggestion of either garishness or glare, are apparently conflicting demands by no means easy to reconcile.

The dining-room of the Warren McArthur house at 4852 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, is so nearly perfect that the tale of its carefully planned attractions should be useful to others. Evolved slowly, with the aid of much thought and study, and many experiments, the scheme has individuality and charm. Certain minor problems in connection with the beautiful room remain to be solved. Fifteen by eighteen feet in size, it is distinguished by a large, two-sided corner window of southwestern exposure, so planned and arranged that it can never be shadowed by encroaching walls or obstructions. Its quaintly leaded panes swing out upon the flower garden just beyond. A door directly opposite this window leads to a spacious and convenient pantry. Opposite this door, again, is a double door of leaded glass similar to that in the window, and the fourth corner of the room is occupied by the duplicate of this double glass door. This completes an original scheme of ventilation and affords a glimpse, when open, of the wide and artistic entrance hall, the reception-room and the green and refreshing "flower window" beyond.

 

The Leaded Glass. The electric-light fixtures and shades are of the same glass as the windows, this glass being designed and constructed by a Chicago firm. Its leaded lines are exceptionally simple and lovely. Small leaden knobs, restful markings of white, with here and there a bit of golden glass visible only when the light strikes it, provide relief for the eye. A quaint pattern is arranged, here and there, by cracking the small glass panels at regular intervals. The central chandelier is yet to be arranged in similar fashion, but, although several designs have been made and submitted by the architect, Mr. Frank Wright, who is directly responsible for much of this loveliness, none so far have been adjudged quite perfect. So, for the present, fixtures of plain, unadorned brass, with a simple shade of soft yellow, provide for the lighting directly above the table. The columnar supports of the four wall or side-lights form part of the general architectural design of the apartment, appearing, as they do, at the outer corners of the window embrasure and sideboard. They add much to the beauty of the room.

The Woodwork. All the woodwork of the room is of specially prepared and seasoned California oak. Straight up to within about four or five feet of the ceiling the splendid paneling runs, with a wide, well-modeled line of wood dividing the upper wall from the ceiling proper. The frieze and the ceiling are covered with burlaps in a subdued shade of old gold. The paneling ends in a shelf that encircles the room completely. The built-in sideboard is of the same height, topped by a similar shelf. It is fifteen feet long. Odd, quaint, and characteristic bits of pottery, foreign and domestic, many of Mexican coloring and origin, add touches of the brighter tints to the quiet room, which is in itself subdued in tone. Beautiful and fresh in the early morning, the oak and the burlap light up softly yet brilliantly at night, while the rays of the setting sun sometimes change the apartment to a hollow jewel of softly tinted, gleaming gold. The note of a brilliant, but soft, and by no means insistent, green distinguishes itself more than once from among the tender browns and old blues of the pottery, and this green is repeated in the green of the growing plants in the big window, and in the brave tinting of the family parrot, ensconced in his shining brass cage. The delicate glass panels scatter odd and lovely reflections broadcast, no matter what the weather, the lighting, the time of day, yet all is quiet and distinguished, and nothing a shade too bright.

 

The Center Table. The oak table, also of special design, matches the woodwork of the apartment, and the top is particularly beautiful. Following a wise fancy, it may be enlarged by sliding leaves that are slipped into place, at either end, on solid supports drawn out from underneath. A beautiful circular top is provided for occasional use. On the table, at other than meal-times, stands a vase of green glass containing more of the "green things growing" – or blooming.

The window curtains are of raw silk in a soft yet deep shade of yellow, and do their cheery share in contributing to the charm of the room. They hang just to the broad ledges specially constructed for the plants that flourish so happily upon them, and there are no other hangings or draperies the room.

The Mahogany Chairs. A note of warmer coloring is by the soft reddish tints of the Turkish nearly covering the oak floor, and by daring, but apparently successful, experiment of the mahogany chairs that stand out so clearly against the oaken walls. Mr. Wright, the architect who designed the beautiful house, was firm in the conviction that the chairs should also conform to the general scheme of the dining-room, and be constructed of oak. The owners were equally firm in the determination to have the mahogany furniture, at least for an experimental test. The topic of the chairs is still open to discussion, but the dark chairs look so well in their present environment that they will probably be retained.

The whole room is so satisfying that the color scheme and the general plan are worthy of most serious consideration by other beauty-loving men and women with dining-room problems in process of solution. The color scheme is valuable moreover because it may be worked up in less costly materials, and because it is not only, uncommon and beautiful, but "livable" as well.

 
 
 
McARTHUR BIOGRAPHY 1914
 
A Leaf from the Past Then and Now
(Published by the R. E. Dietz Company, Chicago, New York, London)
By Fred Dietz

Warren McArthur Biography, pages 135-136. Warren McArthur, Exclusive Sales Manager. Mr. Warren McArthur can be classified as the "Pioneer Salesman of Tubular Lanterns" He has sold more lanterns than any other man. He joined forces with the firm of Dennis & Wheeler in the year 1878, who were then licensees under the Irwin patents for the sale of the Tubular Lanterns in the Western States. In 1881 when the business of Dennis & Wheeler was absorbed by the Steam Gauge and Lantern Company of Rochester N. Y., Mr. McArthur entered the employ of R. E. Dietz and sold lanterns on the road. In 1882, when R. E. Dietz opened a Western Sales Office at No. 25 Lake Street, Chicago, Warren McArthur and John E. Dietz took charge of it. Later he became the Western representative of R. E. Dietz and the Steam Gauge and Lantern Company for the sale of their goods with headquarters at Nos. 19 and 21 Randolph Street, Chicago.

In January 1896 Mr. McArthur was made Exclusive Sales Agent for the sale of Dietz Lanterns in the United States, and during the year 1896 he arranged to take over the exclusive sale of five additional concerns making Tubular Lanterns in the United States, and for about fourteen years acted as sales agent for the R. E. Dietz Company, C.T. Ham Manufacturing Company, Buhl Stamping Company, Wheeling Stamping Company, Winfield Manufacturing Company, and the Ohio Lantern Company.

Since the year 1910 he has acted as exclusive sales manager for the R. E. Dietz Company and the C. T. Ham Manufacturing Company (of Rochester NY.) His quarters at the present time are at No. 20 East Lake Street, Chicago. Much credit is due Mr. McArthur and his corps of salesmen for the success of the R. E. Dietz Company. He has served the company and its predecessor faithfully and well for the past thirty five years. His son Warren McArthur Jr. has been in the employ of the above two companies for several years and in 1912 designed what is familiarly known as the Short Globe Tubular Lantern. It is being largely sold by our company at the present time and is known as the "Dietz D-Lite."
 
 
 
McARTHUR RESIDENCE CIRCA 1935-40
 
1935-40) Warren McArthur Residence Circa 1935-40 (1892 - S.011). Viewed from the street. Photographed after the front porch was chanced from a semi-circle to a covered rectangular porch. Roman brick was used below the windowsills, with plaster used above. The entrance is on the South side of the house, not facing the street. On three corners of the house, an octagonal bay is cantilevered out, as is the bay of the stairway no the North elevation. Test bottom left: "67357." Photographed by Gilman Lane. (S#1397.48.1219)
 
 
 
McARTHUR RESIDENCE 1959
 

1959) Warren McArthur Residence 1959 (1892 - S.011). One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s bootleg projects, Warren McArthur and his family were friends of the Wrights. Placed on a thick foundation, like many of Wrights prairie styled homes, Roman brick was used below the window sills. Plaster above. The front door which is on the side of the house, is arched at the top, as are the openings of the covered terrace at the front of the home, which originally was an open terrace. Warren’s eldest son Albert, worked as an apprentice in Wright’s Oak Park Studio from 1907 to 1909 He is best known as the lead architect of the Arizona Biltmore, although he is overshadowed by Wright’s influence over the project. Note: Original drawings of the Dining Room sideboard include the copper urn designed by Wright. There is no known record that one was produced for this home. Sheet accompanying negative: "Apr. 10, 1959. Mickey Rito. Frank Lloyd Wright Story. 4852 S. Kenwood... Home at 4852 S. Kenwood... Lady is Mrs. Carl Peterson of 4851 S. Kenwood Ave..." Mrs. Carl Peterson, possibly a neighbor that lived next door to the home. Photographed by Mickey Rito. (S#1377.77.0915)

 
 
 
McARTHUR RESIDENCE 2012-2014
 

Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). Set of 35 images of the interior of the Warren McArthur Residence. These photographs were taken while the house was on the market in 2012 to 2014. Very few photographs exist of the McArthur Residence, and many are confused with the Blossom Residence because of the proximity. We have gathered these from three different locations, and credit the source.

 

1) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). Main entrance, located on the South elevation of the house. Caption: "The side door of the McArthur House shows the detailed brickwork on the home." Photo: DNAinfo/Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -1)

 

2) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). Main entrance, viewed from the stairway hall. Caption: "Interior of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -2)

 
3) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). Entrance Hall, viewed from the stairs and the built-in seating at the entrance. A built-in art-glass light fixture sets atop the newel post. The Hall fireplace is on the left. On either side of the fireplace, double sets of art-glass doors lead to the dining room which is just beyond it. The large arched hall leads to the stairway, the smaller arch hall leads to the kitchen. The Parlor is behind the camera. Caption: "Interior of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -3)

4) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Entrance Hall. The front door is on the left. On either side of the fireplace, double sets of art-glass doors lead to the dining room which is just beyond it. The large arched hall is to the right. The Parlor is behind the camera. Caption: "This fireplace in the McArthur House is one of two in the home." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied an article by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -4)

 

5) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Entrance. A mirror is just above the built-in seating. The circle motif of these four windows is repeated in the art glass of the front door. Circles are repeated in the front door, hallways and windows. A built-in art-glass light fixture sets atop the newel post. The parlor is on the left, the front door is down a few steps on the right. Caption: "A lamp is built into one of the railings in the McArthur House." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied a story by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -5)

 
6) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). Detail view of Entry windows. A mirror is just above the built-in seating on the left. The circle motif of these four windows is repeated in the art glass of the front door. Circles are repeated in the front door, hallways and windows. A built-in art-glass light fixture sets atop the newel post. The parlor is on the left, the front door is down a few steps on the right. Caption: "Windows of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -6)
7) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2012 (1892 - S.011). View of the Parlor from the Entry Hall. The Parlor is on the left. Built into the far corner of the Parlor is one of the three octagonal bay diamond-paned windows. To the right is the Entry Hall built-in seating. The Entrance is to the far right . Caption: "In the McArthur house’s foyer and one of two living rooms, Wright extensively used wood and leaded glass." Accompanied an article by Dennis Rodkin, Chicago Tribune - Oct. 17, 2012. (ST#2014.45.1219 -7)
8) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Living Room (left) and Parlor (right) from the Entry Hall. Octagonal bay diamond-paned windows are visible in each corner. Caption: "First floor of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -8)
9) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Parlor’s octagonal diamond-paned bay window. The corner of the Blossom House can be seen through the window on the right. Caption: "Windows of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -9)
10) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Entry Hall from the Parlor. The fireplace can be seen in the background to the right. To the left of the fireplace, one of the sets of art glass doors is visible, which leads to the dining Room. Caption: "Louisa McPharlin talks about the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -10)
11) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the East end of the Living Room. The Fireplace is to the left of the camera. The Living Room’s octagonal bay diamond-paned window is to the left. The doorway leads to the covered front porch. The Parlor is to the right. Caption: "The McArthur House features detailed windows and many built-ins." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied a story by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -11)
2) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). Art glass Living Room door leads to the covered front porch. Although this door is in the living room, with diamond-paned windows to the left, this door is designed with the circle motif that matches the motif of the Entryway. The Parlor is to the right. Caption: "Many of the windows in the McArthur House are original." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied a story by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -12)
13) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Living Room fireplace. The Living Room’s octagonal bay diamond-paned window is to the right. Caption: "A second, smaller fireplace in the McArthur House features a heavy wood mantle." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied a story by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -13)
14) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Dining Room’s built-in sideboard with art-glass cabinet doors, which match the two sets of art-glass doors that lead to the Entry Hall. Caption: "A large built-in buffet in the McArthur House shows some of Wright's transition to his later Prairie style of architecture." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied a story by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -14)
15) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Dining Room’s built-in sideboard with art-glass cabinet doors. Caption: "McPharlin's family owns one of the homes and she is the real estate agent handling the sale of both houses (Blossom & McArthur)." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -15)
16) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Dining Room’s octagonal bay diamond-paned windows. Caption: "Many of the windows in the McArthur House feature a leaded lattice." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied a story by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -16)
17) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Dining Room’s woodwork detail. Caption: "Woodwork detail of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -17)
18) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2012 (1892 - S.011). View of the Dining Room’s woodwork detail. Caption: "Wood trim in the dining room echoes the motif in the glass." Accompanied an article by Dennis Rodkin, Chicago Tribune - Oct. 17, 2012. (ST#2014.45.1219 -18)
19) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the right set of double art-glass doors which lead out to the Entry Hall. Caption: "French doors in the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -19)
20) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2012 (1892 - S.011). Detail of the Dining Room’s art-glass. Caption: "The art glass in the dining room’s doors and cabinets has a stylized floral motif." Accompanied an article by Dennis Rodkin, Chicago Tribune - Oct. 17, 2012. (ST#2014.45.1219 -20)
21) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2012 (1892 - S.011). View of the Dining Room’s built-in sideboard with art-glass cabinet doors, which match the two sets of art-glass doors that lead to the Entry Hall. Caption: "When she met Wright backstage at WTTW in 1957, McPharlin told him which house she lived in. "What do you think of the sideboard I made there?" he asked her, some five decades after doing the job." Accompanied an article by Dennis Rodkin, Chicago Tribune - Oct. 17, 2012. (ST#2014.45.1219 -21)
22) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2012 (1892 - S.011). View of the Dining Room’s built-in sideboard and art-glass doors that lead to the Entry Hall. Caption: "The dining room, which Wright came back to renovate around 1907, looks more like his signature spaces, with integrated paneling, trim and built-ins, and a stylized flower motif in the glass." Accompanied an article by Dennis Rodkin, Chicago Tribune - Oct. 17, 2012. (ST#2014.45.1219 -22)
23) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View from the Dining Room to the Entry Hall. The built-in sideboard is on the left. Caption: "Interior of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -23)
24) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Kitchen. Caption: "The original kitchen in the McArthur House has remained largely unchanged." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied a story by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -24)
25) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Kitchen. Caption: "The kitchen sink in the McArthur House is one of many original features." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied a story by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -25)
 
26) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View from the Entry Hall through the arched hallway to the stairway. The Dining Room is to the left. Caption: "Interior of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -26)
27) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the stairwell from the first floor. Caption: "Stairwell of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -27)
28) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of a bedroom on the second floor. Caption: "Bedroom in the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -28)
29) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of a bathroom on the second floor. Caption: "Bathroom in the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -29)
30) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of a bedroom on the second floor. Caption: "Bedroom in the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -30)
31) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of a bathroom on the second floor. Caption: "Bathroom in the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -31)
32) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the attic, looking toward the front of the house. The motif in the arched window matches the motif in the windows un the upper portion of the starwell. Caption: "Bedroom/attic in the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -32)
33) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the attic, looking toward the front of the house. The motif in the arched window matches the motif in the windows un the upper portion of the starwell. Caption: "The top floor of the McArthur House has the most intricate details." Photo: Louisa McPharlin. Accompanied a story by Sam Cholke September 29, 2014 (ST#2014.45.1219 -33)
 
34) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2012 (1892 - S.011). View of the attic, looking toward the front of the house. The motif in the arched window matches the motif in the windows un the upper portion of the starwell. Caption: "This arch of windows stands at the end of a large barrel-roofed third-floor playroom that would make a dramatic master bedroom." Accompanied an article by Dennis Rodkin, Chicago Tribune - Oct. 17, 2012. (ST#2014.45.1219 -34)
35) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2014 (1892 - S.011). View of the Coach House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1900. Caption: "Coach house in the backyard of the 1892 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Warren McArthur House, 4852 S. Kenwood Ave." Photo: John J. Kim, Chicago Tribune, April 11, 2014. (ST#2014.45.1219 -35)
 
 
McARTHUR RESIDENCE 2019
 
 
1) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-1)
 
2) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-2)
 
1892) Warren McArthur Residence Circa 1892 (1892 - S.011). Designed in 1892. Note: this could be one of the earliest photographs of the McArthur Residence. The house appears to be near completion, but debris appears to still be in the yard. Sidewalks and curbs have been installed, but the streets still appear to be dirt. The McArthur house, has a circular terrace, which was later squared off and covered. (S#0013.10.0517)
 
1959) Warren McArthur Residence 1959 (1892 - S.011). One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s bootleg projects, Warren McArthur and his family were friends of the Wrights. Placed on a thick foundation, like many of Wrights prairie styled homes, Roman brick was used below the window sills. Plaster above. The front door which is on the side of the house, is arched at the top, as are the openings of the covered terrace at the front of the home, which originally was an open terrace. Warren’s eldest son Albert, worked as an apprentice in Wright’s Oak Park Studio from 1907 to 1909 He is best known as the lead architect of the Arizona Biltmore, although he is overshadowed by Wright’s influence over the project. Note: Original drawings of the Dining Room sideboard include the copper urn designed by Wright. There is no known record that one was produced for this home. Sheet accompanying negative: "Apr. 10, 1959. Mickey Rito. Frank Lloyd Wright Story. 4852 S. Kenwood... Home at 4852 S. Kenwood... Lady is Mrs. Carl Peterson of 4851 S. Kenwood Ave..." Mrs. Carl Peterson, possibly a neighbor that lived next door to the home. Photographed by Mickey Rito. (S#1377.77.0915)
 
3) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-3)
 
4) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-4)
 
5) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-5)
 
6) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-6)
 
7) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-7)
 
8) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-8)
 
9) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-9)
10) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-10)
11) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-11)
12) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-12)
13) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-13)
14) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-14)
15) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-15)
16) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-16)
17) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-17)
18) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-18)
19) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-19)
20) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-20)
21) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-21)
 
22) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-22)
 
23) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-23)
 
24) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-24)
 
25) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-25)
 
26) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-26)
 
27) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-27)
 
28) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-28)
 
29) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-29)
 
30) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-30)
 
31) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-31)
 
32) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-32)
 
33) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-33)
 
34) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-34)
 
35) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-35)
36) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-36)
 
37) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-37)
 
38) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-38)
 
39) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-39)
 
40) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-40)
 
41) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-41)
 
42) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-42)
 
43) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-43)
 
44) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-44)
 
45) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-45)
 
46) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-46)
 
47) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-47)
 
48) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-48)
 
49) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-49)
 
50) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-50)
 
51) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-51)
 
52) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-52)
 
53) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-53)
 
54) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-54)
 
55) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-55)
 
56) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-56)
 
57) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-57)
 
58) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-58)
 
59) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-59)
 
60) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-60)
 
61) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-61)
 
62) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-62)
 
63) Warren McArthur Residence, Chicago, 2019 (1892 - S.011). Exterior. 20 x 13.5 digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 18, 2019. Copyright 2019, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2019.12.1219-63)
   
   
   
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