Historic houses may dodge wrecking ball
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 8 Mar 2012, p. 11


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Kathy Routliffe, Author
Rob Dicker
, Photographer
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George Hausen, a Schaumburg-based developer who planned to buy and demolish houses at 1318 and 1320 Isabella St., in Wilmette, is now willing to save one and let the other be moved if someone will do it. The buildings are connected to architects John S. Van Bergen, Frank Lloyd Wright and Rudolph Schindler.
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Full-text article available at Wilmette Public Library
Date of Publication:
8 Mar 2012
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Language of Item:
English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.0694459967478 Longitude: -87.7116249153443
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Historic houses may dodge wrecking ball


George Hausen, a Schaumburg-based developer who planned to buy and demolish houses at 1318 and 1320 Isabella St., in Wilmette, is now willing to save one and let the other be moved if someone will do it. The buildings are connected to architects John S. Van Bergen, Frank Lloyd Wright and Rudolph Schindler.