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 Willits House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ward W. Willits House is a building designed by famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Designed in 1901 the Willits house is considered the first of the great Prairie houses.
Built in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Illinois, the house presents a symmetrical facade to the street, the plan is a cruciform with four wings that extend out from a central hearth.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Willits_House   (117 words)

 Willits Resources & Information - chris baldo willits
Willits is the home of the Frontier Days and Rodeo, lashae terry willits willits the oldest continuous rodeo in California (held every willits california fire department July) and the Mendocino County Museum.
Willits was the final home of the racehorse Seabiscuit: john willits Ridgewood Ranch, where Seabiscuit melville montessori school willits trained, recuperated, and lived out his retirement, is located a few miles south of the city.
Willits california department of forestry willits is at the center of Mendocino County in the Little Lake Valley, 20 miles (32 km) north of Ukiah on U.S. Highway 101 (otherwise known as the Redwood Highway).
www.bizhisto.com /Biz-Retail-Companies-W---Z/Willits.html   (667 words)

 Buying and selling Roaring Fork valley Real Estate, especially Aspen, Snowmass, Basalt, and Carbondale, Colorado ...
The Willits Town Center is the traditionally planned downtown core of Willits, a 150 acre new town under construction in Basalt, Colorado, 22 miles west of Aspen.
The Willits Town Center is located in the heart of the rapidly growing Mid-Valley, midway between Aspen and Glenwood Springs and adjacent to the City Market complex - already the commercial heart of the Mid-Valley.
The Willits Townhouses are nestled in among mature Cottonwoods that follow the scenic irrigation ditches that serviced Willits when it was ranch land and still flow today.
www.wendylucas.com /special_willits.php   (1117 words)

 All-Wright Site - Frank Lloyd Wright Building Guide - Wisconsin
This house is based on the design published in Life magazine's September 26, 1938 issue in the article "House for a Family of $5000-$6000 Income".
This house is similar to Taliesin East: it cantilevers from the brow of its hill, and it was originally designed in native stone.
This house in south-central Wisconsin is built of native stone from the area.
www.geocities.com /SoHo/1469/flw_wi.html   (1794 words)

 Willits, California - History
Willits, California, known as the "Heart of Mendocino County ~ Gateway to the Redwoods," was incorporated in 1888.
It was founded by Hiram Willits and was settled in the 1850's by pioneering ranchers.
In 1888, with the advent of the railroad, Willitsville incorporated with a population of 720 and called itself Willits.
www.willits.org /history.htm   (317 words)

 Price Tower Arts Center - Wright Place Store
A floor clock that is an adaptation of a floor lamp in the Sherman Booth House, Glencoe, Illinois, circa 1915.
A desk clock that is an adaptation of the butterfly transom arch of the Susan Lawrence Dana House, Springfield, Illinois, 1902-04.
This mantle clock is an adaptation of a window from the Ward W. Willits house, a circa 1902-1903 Prairie-style masterpiece.
www.pricetower.org /wright-place-store/products/Results.cfm?category=13   (234 words)

 LeviW   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Mary "Polly" Willits was born 3/6/1801 in Pennsylvania and married Caleb Lewis 10/21/1819 in Wayne County, Indiana.  Caleb Lewis served as a member of the Indiana legislature a number of times.  Mary and Caleb had ten children in Indiana: Vashti (b.
Viola Jane Willits, daughter of James Monroe and Sarah Myers Willits,  was born November 17, 1844 in Illinois.  She married Daniel Hinderman (marriage license record - name was actually Hindman) 9/6/1866 in Mercer County, as his second wife.
Vashti Lydia Willits, daughter of James Monroe and Sarah Prouty Willits,  was born July 16, 1854 in New Boston.  On October 21, 1874, she married Ohmer H. Bell, son of James C. Bell of New Boston (we will be putting up a Bell page).  Vashti died January 1, 1924 in Dallas, Texas.
www.geocities.com /arizona1900/LeviW.html   (1483 words)

 Frank Lloyd Wright Wall Art
This design is derived from the art glass skylight design in the Ward W. Willits House in Highland Park, Illinois (1902 - 1903).
This piece is an adaptation of the wooden fireplace panel Wright designed for the Nathan Moore House in Oak Park, Illinois (1923).
The design is adapted from the wooden ceiling grille used in the Avery Coonley House in Riverside, Illinois (1906–1908).
www.giftgalleryonline.com /FLWArt2.htm   (713 words)

 Famous celebrity houses, House information, Famous historical houses, Famous houses around the world, traditional ...
The Palmer House Hilton is a famous historical hotel in downtown Chicago.
The Robie House, built on the University of Chicago campus in 1910, is one of two museum sites maintained by The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust.
Water Tower was built in 1869 and is Located in the northern portion of the Magnificent Mile at Chicago Avenue, the Chicago and is one of few buildings that survived the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, due to its construction of limestone blocks.
www.worldhouseinfo.com /chicago.htm   (360 words)

 Willits, California - Cultural Opportunities
The Sun House is an impressive Craftsman bungalow built for the Hudsons (1911) by architect-artist George Wilcox.
The Sun House is a national Register property and California Historical landmark #926.
Ford House was built by Jerome Bursley Ford, a co-owner of the Mendocino Lumber Company, one of the first Mendocino coast saw mills.The Ford House is a visitor center for the Mendocino Headlands State Park.
www.willits.org /culture.htm   (499 words)

 The Geometry of Wright by Mark and Linda Keane in the Nexus Network Journal vol. 7 no. 1 (Spring 2005)
The processional path to the center of the house moves the viewer through a series of framed vistas passing planters and steps observing the house all around the grid.
The Usonian houses are natural transformations and developments from the prairie houses.
Surface patterns in bands of stucco or terra cotta panels were exchanged for energetic three-dimensional devices at the Hollyhock House (Indian princess surveying her lands) and A D German Warehouse.
www.univie.ac.at /EMIS/journals/NNJ/Keane.html   (3553 words)

 Willits Newspaper -- Recommendations and Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Tim Willits is the lead designer at the game developer id Software.
He was hired in 1995 after creating many ''Doom'' levels in the community, and created a level for ''The Ultimate Doom''.
Currently Tim Willits is acting as the id Software supervisor to Raven Software on the project ''Quake 4'', and is currently working on a brand new IP at id. Category:Computer and video game designers
www.becomingapediatrician.com /health/176/willits-newspaper.html   (853 words)

 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Wright on the Market   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
You are cordially invited to an exclusive house tour of seldom seen early prairie style houses and a spectacular late Usonian house in the Chicago north-suburban area on Saturday, July 24, 2004.
Proceed to the Willits House (1901) in Highland Park to observe this important early prairie style home from the outside.
The Coonley House is among the most splendid of Wright’s Chicago area prairie houses.
www.savewright.org /15th_Anniversary/anniversary.html   (475 words)

 DBA Honor Award -Ward Willits Restoration
The Willits House is the first of Wright’s designs to include all the components of his Prairie homes, including art glass, wall finishes, light fixtures, and custom-designed furnishings.
Each of these details has been restored, eliciting praise from the jury for the meticulous quality of the project.
The owners have established a private foundation to ensure the ongoing preservation of the house.
www.aiachicago.org /special_features/2000_Design_Awards/DBA/winners/04.html   (156 words)

 Frank Lloyd Wright Clock Collection.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Adaptation of window from the Eugene Gilmore residence The airplane house), 1908.
Adaptation of one of the windows from the Ward W. Willits house, circa 1902-1903 Prairie-style masterpiece.
Adapted from a light fixture in the interior conservatory in the F.C. Bogk House, Wisconsin, circa 1916 - 1917.
www.abama-specialty-shops.com /w001p012.htm   (256 words)

 Willits Family - Home
Birthday's were special as kids because that always meant a trip to Grandmom Willits and Breyers ice cream.
I always thought Grandmomm Willits had the coolest refrifg in the world because the freezer was at the bottom and there was a little foot pedal that you stepped on to open the freezer door - an insurmountable temptation for a 10 year old boy.
The Breyers ice cream and Chocolate Stars were a real treat when you are used to ice cream that can sit out all night and not be melted the next morning.
www.willitsfamily.org   (416 words)

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The house was an immense sprawling affair in a Gothic style that reminded him of a castle.
In fact, a small attractive stream ran across the front yard of the house and a large imposing bridge made of steel, wood and concrete was deliberately constructed to give the impression of a moat.
The freeway repeatedly grew and shrank from 2 to 4 lanes and from 4 to 2 lanes.
www.lawyeratlarge.com /Common/Previews/CrossL.html   (21862 words)

 Cupola's Index by Building Name: R to Z
View of the house from the brambles and last perimeter fence.
View of the house from the south side of the beach, showing living room extending toward the Pacific ocean
Closer view of house from the south side, showing corbelled continuous bands of glass in the living room
www.cupola.com /bldgidxp.htm   (1808 words)

 Frank Lloyd Wright - Ward W. Willits House   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Willits House is the first house in true Prairie style and marks the full development of Wright's wood frame and stucco system of construction.
Wright used a cruciform plan with the interior space flowing around a central chimney core and extending outward onto covered verandas and open terraces.
The ground floor plan of the Willits House.
www.delmars.com /wright/flw8-3.htm   (94 words)

 Real Estate / homes for sale / mortgage / refinance / home equity - RealEstate.com -- Find the Willits REALTOR that is ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
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www.realestate.com /cityengine/CA/Willits.html   (354 words)

 Frank Lloyd Wright
The Walter H. Gale House (1893); a third typical bootleg period house.
The Susan Lawrence Dana (Thomas) House (1905); the picture is too small to capture the grandeur of the house, and will be replaced by my own, later, and enhanced with interior picture of my own.
The Charles Ennis House (1923); later renamed Ennis-Brown House in recognition of the extensive restoration work by the Brown family.
www.xs4all.nl /~jvdvlugt/jurgen/architect/flwarch.html   (803 words)

 Amazon.com: Frank Lloyd Wright: Interiors and Furniture: Books: Thomas A. Heinz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Heinz's introduction precedes a chronological tour through Wright's houses with several buildings explored in depth, including the Susan Lawrence Dana House, the Ward Willits House, and the later, more expansive, Barnsdall House.
Auction houses, museums, galleries, and the author’s own extensive collection of nearly 50,000 photographs taken in the course of this restoration work, have been consulted and used to bring together a vast collection of richly informative illustrations.
Throughout the book, various buildings are highlighted and explored in depth, such as the Susan Lawrence Dana House, the Ward Willits House, the Robie House and the later and more expansive Aline Barnsdall House.
www.amazon.com /Frank-Lloyd-Wright-Interiors-Furniture/dp/1854902962   (1127 words)

 Concord Township Historical Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
It was formed in 1967 when a stone millworker's house from the Trimble Mills, and one acre of ground on Polecat Road, was given to the township by the Fox Valley Development.
This house is called the Polecat Road House and dates from 1750.
The Society is located in the Pierce-Willits house on Smithbridge Road where it holds donated historic furnishings, documents, and artifacts.
www.delcohistory.org /concord   (286 words)

 Milwaukee Art Museum - Detail
Bulova, one of the world’s leaders in timekeeping technology and craftsmanship, has used the inspiration of this brilliant design to create this special timepiece.
Authorized by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the Willits table clock is an adaptation of the art glass living room windows in the Prairie-style Ward W. Willits House in Highland Park, Illinois (built 1902-03).
The clock boasts a solid wood base and frame with a light cherry finish which complements the mineral glass panel.
store.mam.org /detail.aspx?ID=549   (119 words)

 The Modern American House - Cambridge University Press
The desire for spaciousness reached its highest pitch where it was most lacking, in the small, single-family houses that came to be the cornerstone of middle-class life in the nineteenth century.
In direct conflict with actual dimensions, spaciousness was linked to a tension unique to the middle class between spatial aspirations and financial limitations.
Although rarely addressed in a sustained fashion by theorists and practitioners, Isenstadt argues that spaciousness was central to the development of modern American domestic architecture, with explicit strategies for perceiving space being pivotal to modern house design.
www.cambridge.org /catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521770130&ss=fro   (1023 words)

 Bulova Frank Lloyd Wright Collection B1839 Willits Mantel Clock, designer clocks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The base and frame of this clock are solid wood with a medium walnut finish, and the geometric pendulum is also wood in medium walnut.
The design of the clock is an adaptation of a window in the Ward T. Willits house (Highland Park, Illinois, 1902-03).
This house is recognized by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as one of 17 buildings in the U.S. that exemplify Wright's contribution to American architecture.
www.partshelf.com /b1839.html   (1208 words)

 Rosary Army: Free Rosary & How To Make A Rosary
Friday night is Family Fun Night in the Willits house.
Jennifer snuck out of the house while Greg put the little two to bed.
This attempt to sell our house was even more topsy turvy than the last one.
www.rosaryarmy.com /12of12.aspx   (696 words)

 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT'S ROBIE HOUSE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The rooms were not as high as those of the Victorian houses.
Also the sites of the buildings were important for the shape of the buildings.
These ideas resulted in various designs such as the Willits house, the Coonley house and the Tomek house, which can be considered as a study of the design of the Robie House.
www.ds.arch.tue.nl /education/students/MultiMedia/RobieHouse/f13.htm   (207 words)

 Pricing Policy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Based on masterworks of late-19th and early-20th century design, with elaborate relief detailing, finely articulated hands and gently tinted antique ivory dials, this exceptional collection recalls the golden age of traditional lobby, schoolhouse and mantel clock craftsmanship.
Grandly sized for memorable impact, each is finished in rich, hand-rubbed antique walnut, and features both Westminster and Ave Maria chimes.
Inspired by the art glass windows in the living and dining rooms of the Frederick C. Robie House, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1908 - 1910.
www.allamericanclocks.com /site/626102/page/184039   (202 words)

 Bulova Frank Lloyd Wright Collection B7756 Willits Table Clock, designer clocks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The actual clock housing that extends up from the base is fl and slightly convex in the front and back.
The clock face is white with orange and gray accents and fl hands, and is protected by a plastic lens.
The Willits Table Clock has a highly accurate analog quartz movement, and clock setup is really easy.
www.partshelf.com /b7756.html   (982 words)

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