Downtown Chicago from out hotel window
Robie House on the U of Chicago Campus, Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
Robie House, looking at Living Room End of House
Robie House, FLLW, Living Room windows and patio from outside.
Robie House, Leaded Windows outside Billiards Room
Robie House, Art Glass Windows
Robie House, Dining Room and Playroom end of house
Robie House, Dining Room alcove, art glass windows
Robie House: Eaves and dining room art glass windows
Robie House: Main entrance
Robie House: Circle in a Square planter
Robie House: Iron oxidized fired brick with mortar emphasizing the horizontal
Robie House: Rear of house set on property line
Chicago Skyline from the Navy Pier
Tall Ship Windy (Navy Pier)
Speed Boat at Navy Pier
Main Auditorium, Navy Pier
Auditorium at the end of the Navy Pier
Navy Pier: Lighthouse
Navy Pier: Smith Stained Glass Museum, Tiffany window
Navy Pier: Stained Glass Museum. Tiffany
Navy Pier: Smith Stained Glass Museum, Louis Sullivan
Field Museum: Totem Poles, Alaska
Field Museum: Elephants, Main Hall
Field Museum: Nature--mountain goat
Field Museum: Crow Native American Beadwork--Wow!!!
Field: Sue, the world's largest, complete Tyrannosaurus Rex
Field: A Turk and his camel...Han dynasty China
Field: Pirate Exhibit advertisement, Main Hall
Field: White Jade Container, Ming Dynasty--all carved from a single piece of jadeite (precious jade)
Field: Dinosaur Displays
Soldiers Field. Yes, that's a Greek facade on a post-modern building! Yikes!
Adler: Gemini Space Capsule
Oak Park: FLLW Home & Studio, 1889, 1898
Oak Park: FLLW Home & Studio--Entrance to Studio
Oak Park: FLLW Home & Studio. Crouching Figure sculpture
Oak Park: FLLW Home & Studio. Columns in Entry way. Knowledge, Wisdom and Architecture
Oak Park: FLLW Home & Studio. Name plaque. Circle within a Square medallion.
Oak Park: FLLW Home & Studio. View looking from Courtyard toward Studio and Living Quarters
Oak Park: FLLW Home & Studio. Matching Crouching Figure Sculpture
Oak Park: Walter Gale House, FLLW 1893
Oak Park: Thomas Gale House, FLLW 1892
Oak Park: Robert P. Parker House, FLLW 1892
Oak Park: Nathan G. Moore House, FLLW 1895/1923
Oak Park: Nathan Moore House
Oak Park: Hills-DeCaro House, 1896/1906 Frank Lloyd Wright
Oak Park: Arthur B. Heurtley House, FLLW 1902
Oak Park: Heurtley House, 1902 Front Entrance
Oak Park: Laura Gale House, FLLW 1906
Oak Park: Peter A. Beachy House, FLLW 1906
Oak Park: Frank Lloyd Wright Monument
Oak Park: Frank Thomas House, FLLW 1901
Oak Park: Frank Thomas House, 1901 Art Glass Windows over Front Entrance
Oak Park: Harrison P. Young House Remodeling, FLLW 1895
Oak Park: Charles E. Matthews House, by one of FLLW's Contemporaries, 1909
Oak Park: A. B. Melville House, E. E. Roberts, 1904
Oak Park: Unity Temple, FLLW 1904 - 1905
Oak Park: Unity Temple Columns and Art Glass
Oak Park: Unity Temple Art Glass
Oak Park: Unity Temple Exterior of Sanctuary
Oak Park: Unity Temple Entrance
Oak Park: Unity Temple Fellowship Hall, passageway to upper level classrooms
Oak Park: Unity Temple Fireplace in Fellowship Hall
Oak Park: Unity Temple Pulpit and Organ Screen
Oak Park: Unity Temple Sanctuary
Oak Park: Unity Temple Sanctuary Light Fixtures
Oak Park: Unity Temple Sanctuary Side Light Fixtures
Racine, WI: Johnson Wax Tower, FLLW 1936
Taliesin, Spring Green: Restaurant, FLLW 1953
Taliesin, Spring Green: Chapel. Interior was first work by FLLW, 1886
Taliesin: Unity Chapel grounds. Mamah Borthwick Cheney's grave
Taliesin, Unity Chapel. Pine Tree Wright Planted over Mamah's Grave
Taliesin:Unity Chapel--Wright's Grave marker. He's actually "buried" at Taliesin West.
Taliesin: Hillside School
Taliesin: Grounds outside Hillside School--
Taliesin: Hillside School. Now used as part of Architectural School
Taliesin: Hillside School Entrance Parapet built aroun an oak tree
Taliesin: Romeo & Juliet Windmill, 1896
Taliesin: Romeo & Juliet Windmill View of top of Windmill
Taliesin: Tan-i-deri built for his sister
Taliesin: Midway Farm buildings
Taliesin: Midway Farm buildings--Sheep Barn
Taliesin: (1911) home of America's famous architect was named after a Welsh poet. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. On National Register.
Taliesin: Patio outside Mr. Wright's bedroom. We were served refreshments here.
Taliesin: View of various levels of roofs.
Taliesin: Utility Buildings
Taliesin: Tea Circle looking toward house
Taliesin: Former Porte Cochere for carriages, later dining room.
Taliesin: Studio Wing with Gardens.
Taliesin: View of front showing use of materials
Taliesin: Foo Dog in front of house
Taliesin: Front of house showing section of the bird walk.
Taliesin: Gardens with Chinese Urn
Taliesin: View of house (dining room, second floor apartment) from Tea Circle area
Taliesin: View of Valley from Garden outside house
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace--Roof Garden, FLLW Architect, original design 1938.
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace Roof Garden
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace Ramp down to Second Level from Roof Garden
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace Looking down toward base of building
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace Second Level Entry looking up toward fountain on Roof Garden
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace Interior Main Hallway
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace Main Ballroom looking toward Lake
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace FLLW Plaque
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace Bust and tribute to FLLW
Madison, WI: Monona Terrace Model
Mt. Horeb Mustard Museum--wonderful sign!
Mt. Horeb Mustard Museum
Mt. Horeb, WI National Mustard Day Festivities
Mt. Horeb Norwegian Museum
Mt. Horeb--Visitor Center Troll Carving
Norwegian Village Troll Carving
Norwegian Village - another Troll carving. They appear to be done from the remains of dead trees.
Norwegian Village--carved and painted bowls, box and drinking bowl
Norwegian Village--Storage Building...valuables placed in upper storey.
Norwegian Village--Dragon carvings on cupola of Stave Building
Norwegian Village--Dragon carvings on stave building
Norwegian Village--Table & chairs, traditional drinking bowls
Norwegian Village--Stave Building. Built in Trondheim, Norway and transported to America for the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893.
Relocated to Wisconsin in 1935,
New Glarus, WI: Swiss Village
Swiss Village: Costume Designs for local production of a play about William Tell, ca. 1930's
Swiss Village: Placard about costume designs
Costume Design for William Tell
Swiss Village: Costume Design for William Tell play
Swiss Village: Smithy
Swiss Village: Bee Hives...colors attract bees to a particular hive when open (down).
Swiss Village: Bee Hive with frames for combs.
Swiss Village: Cheese Making Building
Madison, WI: Olbrich Gardens
Madison, WI: Olbrich Gardens Butterfly Display
Madison, WI: Olbrich Garens
Madison, WI: Olbrich Gardens--Jim & Don relaxing on a beautiful day
Madison, WI: Olbrich Gardens Thai Pavilion--only one in mainland US built in Thailand and presented to the U of WI
the other in US is in Hawaii.
Olbrich Gardens--Thai Pavilion
Madison, WI: Olbrich Gardens--Bekah sitting on a Leaf
Madison, WI: Unity Meeting House, FLLW 1947.
Madison, WI: Unity Meeting House, FLLW 1947, Entrance
Madison, WI: Unity Meeting House, FLLW 1947. Signature seal near entrance
House on the Rock, Wisconsin
House on the Rock Oriental Garden
House on the Rock Oriental Gardens
House on the Rock Conversation area
House on the Rock Infinity Room
House on the Rock Dragon Stained Glass table
House on the Rock Antique Gun Collection
House on the Rock Armor & Medieval Weapons Collection
House on the Rock Calliope
House on the Rock Dragonship Model
House on the Rock Chinese Junk model
House on the Rock Venetian Barge Model
House on the Rock Marionette Display
House on the Rock Mask Collection
House on the Rock Burma shave roadside sign
House on the Rock Blue Room Music Machine
House on the Rock Music Box
House on the Rock Oriental Music Machine
House on the Rock Music Machine
House on the Rock Mandolin set up as part of a music machine...tubes in back cause levers to pluck strings on the instrument.
House on the Rock Room-sized music machine
House on the Rock Carousel with collection of hobby horses and other figures.
House on the Rock Carousel--unicorns pulling a carriage.
House on the Rock--one of a number of very strange vase sculptures on the grounds.
International Crane Foundation
International Crane Foundation--Red Crowned Crane (Mongolia)
International Crane Foundation--White Naped Crane (Japan, Korea)
International Crane Foundation--Saurus Crane (India)
International Crane Foundation--Whooping Crane (North America)
International Crane Foundation--Demoiselle Crane (Central Asia to Northern India)
International Crane Foundation--Brolga Crane (Australia)
International Crane Foundation--Grey Crowned Crane (Africa)
Circus World Entrance--Mars, Don and
Circus World: Poster
Circus World: Tom Mix Poster
Circus World: Parade Wagon, modern
Circus World: Oriental Circus Wagon & costumes
Circus World: Bekah trying on a costume
Circus World: in a Costume
Circus World: Wagon Restoration Shop
Circus World: Wagon
Circus World: Age of Chivalry Wagon
Circus World: Cinderella Wagon
Circus World: Gaviola Band Organ, 1905.
Circus World: Two Hemisphere's Band Wagon, 1903
Circus World: Children's Wagon
Circus World: Wagon Pavilion
Circus World: Asia Wagon
Wisconsin Dells: Original Wisconsin Ducks
Hawks Bill on the Wisconsin River--Ducks Ride
Ducks: Along the Wisconsin River
Ducks: Lake on right, river on left. Land spit between them that got washed away, helping to cause floods downriver a few years ago.
Original Wisconsin Duck Amphibious Vehicle