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City: Chicago

Glessner House Museum, based in Chicago's Prairie Avenue District commissioned in 1985 by John and Frances Glessner with a Romanesque architecture style built by Henry Hobson Richardson. The museum features collection of old furnishings and decorative arts in Glessner's house. The museum focuses on English Arts and Crafts Movement including textiles, wallpapers and carpets by Morris and Company; decorative objects, tiles and glass by De Morgan, Galle, Minton and Tiffany; and furniture by Isaac Scott, Charles Coolidge, A.H. Davenport and the Herter Brothers.  


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