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A Passion for Architecture – The Bungalow- Part 4

You might say it is my age, but I have always looked at the world through an emotional blur. I count this as a gift that includes observation, memory, and a propensity for nostalgia. It makes me do things like … Continue reading

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A Passion for Architecture – Chicago – Part 3

For me, one of the most important buildings in the magnificent City of Chicago sits on the corner of LaSalle Street and Elm. It is The Church of Ascension, the Anglo-Catholic Episcopal Parish in the Chicago Diocese. There is a … Continue reading

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A Passion for Architecture – The House I Grew Up In – Part 2

I was born in Chicago, but celebrated my 6th birthday in Evanston, IL. where we moved to a Colonial Revival style home on the corner of Asbury Avenue and Lyons Street. This beautiful home is where I return when I … Continue reading

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A Passion For Architecture – Part 1

It is never too late to have a grand passion. I have several….and today it is architecture! I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and was ¬†exposed to the magnificent architecture of the city. My interest was renewed when … Continue reading

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