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The Prairie School was an architectural movement in the American Midwest between c.1900 and 1916, mainly in residential building, inspired by Louis Sullivan and given direction by Frank Lloyd Wright.
The American Foursquare
Illustrated description from About.com of the American Foursquare (or Prairie Box) house, including a list of features.
The Prairie School Traveler
Features an overview and a listing of Prairie School buildings in the United States, with addresses, photographs and historical notes.
Prairie Style Architecture
Images, information and sources for several houses by Frank Lloyd Wright in Great Buildings Online.
Provides biographies of the architects and artisans of the Prairie school, with expandable thumbnail photographs of selected works.
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