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Another Schindler Mystery

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 23, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified Feb 22, 2012

With all the recent excitement surrounding the discovery of the little cottage in Wilmette, IL designed by Rudolph Schindler while working for Frank Lloyd Wright, it's stirred up interest in trying to locate other buildings in the Chicagoland area that may bear Schindler's fingerprints. One such mystery is a renovation that Schindler apparently did of a house in Maywood, IL for a J.B. Lee in 1916 while working for another Chicago firm: Ottenheimer, Stern, and...




 

 

JB Lee HouseWith all the recent excitement surrounding the discovery of the little cottage in Wilmette, IL designed by Rudolph Schindler while working for Frank Lloyd Wright, it's stirred up interest in trying to locate other buildings in the Chicagoland area that may bear Schindler's fingerprints.

One such mystery is a renovation that Schindler apparently did of a house in Maywood, IL for a J.B. Lee in 1916 while working for another Chicago firm: Ottenheimer, Stern, and Reichert. Problem is, no one knows the address or if any part of it still stands. Anyone have any clues?

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