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      Wisconsin's Own: Twenty Remarkable Homes

      Wisconsin's Own: Twenty Remarkable Homes

      9780870204524
      Hardcover: $45.00
      320 pp., 380 color and b/w photos and illustrations, 11"x10"
      ISBN: 9780870204524

      Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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      $45.00 $22.50
      Frank Lloyd Wright's Penwern book cover featuring image of Penwern

      Frank Lloyd Wright's Penwern: A Summer Estate

      9780870209109
      Author: Mark Hertzberg
      Paperback
      192 pages. 188 color photos and 40 b&w photos and illustrations. 8" x 9"
      ISBN: 978-0-87020-910-9
      Publication Date: May, 2019

      Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

      For Library, Trade, and Wholesale
      $29.95
      Cover of the Wisconsin Magazine of History Winter 2021 edition.A photo of the Walter and Mary Ellen Rudin house, built in Madison, WI, in 1957. One of three prefabricated homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built by Marshall Erdman. Photographed at dusk from outside with the homes many windows illuminated from within.

      Winter 2021 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

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      Marshall Erdman and the DIY Madison Show. Republican Game Changer David Keene. Book Excerpt: "The Farm on Badger Creek." More!
      $10.00
      Cover of the autumn 2021 issue of the Wisconsin Magazine of History showing a full page photo of the Victorian interior of the Villa Louis Mantion in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. In the photo there is a stained glass window, blue floral wallpaper, a grandfather clock, and green loveseat with red pillow.

      Autumn 2021 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

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      Villa Louis at 150. Settler Colonialism at Black River Falls. Book Excerpt: "Hope is the Thing." More.
      $10.00
      Cover of Wisconsin Magazine of History, Spring 2021, with a full page black and white photo showing young African American walking together and holding signs about equality and the NAACP. A neon sign in the background advertises a Duke Ellington performance.

      Spring 2021 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

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      Remembering Freedom House. Camp Randall's Confederate Prisoners. Book Excerpt: "Hidden Jungles."
      $10.00
      Cover of Wisconsin Magazine of History Summer 2021 edition. Cover art from a program for a racing weekend at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, Sept. 1962.

      Summer 2021 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

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      Off to the Races with Road America. Country Visits at Villa Louis. Book Excerpt: The Birdman of Koshkonong.
      $10.00
      Book cover of "Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright" with black and white portrait of Wright. Title in bold yellow font.

      Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright: History, Reception, Preservation

      9780813947693
      Prompted by the transfer of the architect’s archive from its home at Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona, to the Avery Library at Columbia University and the Museum of Modern Art, this volume revisits Wright’s relevance for a contemporary audience.
      $50.00
      Book cover of "The Oak Park Studio of Frank Lloyd Wright" with black and white photo of studio and title in bold white and bold orange font.

      The Oak Park Studio of Frank Lloyd Wright

      9780226318943
      Based on significant original and archival research, including interviews with Wright’s family and others involved in the studio and 180 images, The Oak Park Studio of Frank Lloyd Wright offers the first comprehensive look at the early independent office of one of the world’s most influential architects.
      $35.00
      "Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Janesville," is written over a map, a letter and photographs of the city and people in the past.

      Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Janesville | DVD

      WPTJAN
      The program examines how this town became an integral part of the state's growth, connecting Wisconsin's past to the present.
      $19.95