Isabella cottage could find park home
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Apr 2012, p. 26


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Kathy Routliffe, Author
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Newspaper
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Item Type:
Articles
Description:
At its April 1 meeting the Wilmette Park district will decide if they want to move the small 1320 Isabella Street cottage to park property. The building has ties to architects Frank Lloyd Wright and Rudolph Schindler. Both the cottage and its parent house, 1318 Isabella St., were slated for demolition until protests in February persuaded developer George Hausen to wait, giving preservationists time to organize.
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Full article available at Wilmette Public Library
Date of Publication:
12 Apr 2012
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Language of Item:
English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.0692236002716 Longitude: -87.7113816030884
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Isabella cottage could find park home


At its April 1 meeting the Wilmette Park district will decide if they want to move the small 1320 Isabella Street cottage to park property. The building has ties to architects Frank Lloyd Wright and Rudolph Schindler. Both the cottage and its parent house, 1318 Isabella St., were slated for demolition until protests in February persuaded developer George Hausen to wait, giving preservationists time to organize.