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Quintin and Ruth Blair Residence, Cody, Wyoming (1952) (S.351)
 
Wright Designed Furniture
 
There are many classic Wright details in this two bedroom home. There are built in shelves, seating and lighting throughout the home. There are Wright designed chairs and hassocks, coffee, end, and dining tables in the Living and Dining Rooms. There is a Wright designed desk in the Bedroom.
 
Blair Residence Furniture 1956
There are Wright designed chairs and hassocks, coffee, and end tables in the Living Rooms. These appeared in many of the Usonian homes Wright designed during this time period. (Household Magazine, June 1956, Photography by Warren Reynolds. Page 26.)
 
There are Wright designed chairs and hassocks, coffee, end and dining tables in the Living and Dining Rooms. The Living Room also included built-in shelves and seating. These appeared in many of the Usonian homes Wright designed during this time period. (Household Magazine, June 1956, Photography by Warren Reynolds. Page 26.)
 
The Workspace included built-in cabinets, shelves and lighting. (Household Magazine, June 1956, Photography by Warren Reynolds. Page 27.)
 
The Workspace included built-in cabinets, shelves and lighting. (Household Magazine, June 1956, Photography by Warren Reynolds. Page 27.)
 
The Blair's Bedroom included built-in shelves and lighting. The desk on the left was designed by Wright. (Household Magazine, June 1956, Photography by Warren Reynolds. Page70.)
 
The Blair's Bedroom included built-in shelving and lighting. Lighting in bathroom is provided by a large dome skylight. The wide accordion door on the left is made from boards joined by piano hinges which allows lets light in from the porch when open." (Household Magazine, June 1956, Photography by Warren Reynolds. Page70.)
 
 
Blair Residence Furniture 1989
A few pieces of Wright designed furniture still remain in the Living Room in 1989. Built-in seating and shelves cover the wall in the center. Built-in shelves cover the short wall on the right. There are Wright designed coffee and end tables in the Living Room. (National Registry of Historic Places, March 14, 1989, Photography by Richard Collier.)
 
Detail of the Wright designed coffee and end tables in the Living Room. (National Registry of Historic Places, March 14, 1989, Photography by Richard Collier.)
 
Another view of the Wright designed coffee table and hassock in the Living Room. (National Registry of Historic Places, March 14, 1989, Photography by Richard Collier.)
 
Detail of the Wright designed coffee table and hassock in the Living Room. (National Registry of Historic Places, March 14, 1989, Photography by Richard Collier.)
 
Another view of the few pieces of Wright designed furniture still remaining in the Living Room in 1989. A Wright designed coffee and end tables in the Living Room. Built-in seating and shelves cover the wall on the right. (National Registry of Historic Places, March 14, 1989, Photography by Richard Collier.)
 
Detail of the Wright designed coffee and end tables in the Living Room. (National Registry of Historic Places, March 14, 1989, Photography by Richard Collier.)
 
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