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Two Quincy Homes Headed To Local Landmark Status

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 26, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Eric last modified Nov 25, 2015

The Herald-Whig reports that two homes designed by Quincy, IL architect Ernest M. Wood have been recommended for landmark status. The homes are the Anna Bader Kespohl House at 1632 York and the J. Russell Williams House at 2003 Jersey, both in Quincy, IL. Wood's office and studio in Quincy is an example of how the contemporary Prairie style influenced his work. Read more here. Images via Google Earth




 

 

QuincyhousesThe Herald-Whig reports that two homes designed by Quincy, IL architect Ernest M. Wood have been recommended for landmark status. The homes are the Anna Bader Kespohl House at 1632 York and the J. Russell Williams House at 2003 Jersey, both in Quincy, IL. Wood's office and studio in Quincy is an example of how the contemporary Prairie style influenced his work. Read more here.

Images via Google Earth


 

 

 
 
 

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