Edward W. McCready House
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SubjectArchitecture; Dwellings; USA; Illinois; Oak Park; Spencer & Powers; McCready; Prairie School
Architecture: Illinois, Oak Park. Edward W. McCready House, 231 North Euclid Avenue. Exterior: general view. Prairie School style. 1971 photograph.
Spencer & Powers, Robert Closson Spencer (American, 1864-1953) and Horace S. Powers (American, 1872-1928)
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|Author||Spencer & Powers, Robert Closson Spencer (American, 1864-1953) and Horace S. Powers (American, 1872-1928)|
|Date of Issue||1907|
|Description||Architecture: Illinois, Oak Park. Edward W. McCready House, 231 North Euclid Avenue. Exterior: general view. Prairie School style. 1971 photograph.||en|
|Sponsorship||Visual Resources Collection, 35-mm. slide donated by the photographer, Folke Tyko Kihlstedt||en|
|Rights||Permitted Uses: This image is posted publicly for non-profit educational use only. All other uses are prohibited. Copyright 2008, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA|
|Subject||Spencer & Powers||en|
|Title||Edward W. McCready House||en|
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