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Joseph J. Bagley Cottage Collection

A work made of black and white photographs and architectural drawings.

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  • A work made of black and white photographs and architectural drawings.




Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959)

About this artwork

Photographs and architectural working drawings for the Joseph J. Bagley Cottage, Grand Beach, Michigan, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1916. The Bagley Cottage was one of three Wright–designed residences completed in 1916 in Grand Beach, Michigan, a resort frequented by many Chicagoans. As the house has been severely altered, these documents are the only record of its original state.

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Joseph J. Bagley Cottage Collection

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Made 1916–1925


Black and white photographs and architectural drawings


1 oversize portfolio: H.: 15.3 cm (6 in.)

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Gift of Mrs. Edward Hogan.

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