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Quintin and Ruth Blair Residence, Cody, Wyoming (1952) (S.351)
 
Quinton Blair Residence 1989 (National Registry of Historic Places)
 
The Blair Residence was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. On March 14, 1989 Richard Collier recorded these images for the   National Registry of Historic Places. The Garage and Storage rooms have been added, but the Master Bedroom has not.
 
1: Viewed from the East. The large stained glass light fixture on a pedestal is from the demolished Yellowstone Canyon Hotel. The original Workshop on the far left, is obscured from view. The enclosed Terrace with floor to ceiling windows and doors that open outward is in the center. Originally designed as a Hallway and Terrace, the roof was extended outward, the Terrace enclosed and is now used as the dining room. The ceiling was deeply coffered with skylights. Just to the right is the Workspace covered in stonework. A window faces the enclosed Terrace. The original Dining and Living Room are on the right.
 
1b: Detail. The enclosed Terrace with floor to ceiling windows and doors that open outward is on the left. Originally designed as a Hallway and Terrace, the roof was extended outward, the Terrace enclosed and is now used as the dining room. The ceiling was deeply coffered with skylights. In the center is the Workspace covered in stonework. A window faces the enclosed Terrace. The original Dining and Living Room are on the right.
 
2: Viewed from the Southwest. The Garage on the right was not part of Wright's original design and was a later addition.
 
2b: Detail. View before Master Bedroom was added on the left.
 
3: Viewed from the West before Master Bedroom was added. Entry is in the center to the right of the Living Room.  The double row of cut-wood light screen bedroom windows are visible on the right.
 
3b: Detail. The Entry is in the center to the right of the Living Room.  The double row of cut-wood light screen bedroom windows are visible on the right.
 
4: Viewed from the East. The ceiling rises upward toward the window walls on the right. The Living Room fireplace has a mantle that extends out at a 45 degree angle echoing the design of the piano alcove on the opposite wall. Built-in seating and shelves cover the wall in the center. Built-in shelves cover the short wall on the right.
 
4b: Detail. The Living Room fireplace has a mantle that extends out at a 45 degree angle echoing the design of the piano alcove on the opposite wall. Built-in seating (obscured) and shelves cover the wall on the right.
 
5: Viewed from the West. The ceiling rises upward toward the window walls, opening the room to the outdoors. The pattern of the boards extends through the walls to the wide overhang, stressing the indoor-outdoor unity of design. The piano alcove which intersects the glass wall, extends out at a 45 degree angle echoing the design of the fireplace on the opposite wall.
 
5b: Detail. The ceiling rises upward toward the window walls, opening the room to the outdoors. The pattern of the boards extends through the walls to the wide overhang, stressing the indoor-outdoor unity of design. The piano alcove which intersects the glass wall, extends out at a 45 degree angle echoing the design of the fireplace on the opposite wall.
 
6: Viewed from the North. The ceiling rises upward toward the window walls on the left. The original Workspace is to the left of the fireplace. The Living Room fireplace has a mantle that extends out at a 45 degree angle echoing the design of the piano alcove on the opposite wall. Built-in seating and shelves cover the wall on the right.
 
6b: Detail. The original Workspace is to the left of the fireplace. The Living Room fireplace has a mantle that extends out at a 45 degree angle echoing the design of the piano alcove on the opposite wall.
 
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