Exhibit Highlights New Research
Wright in Glencoe Exhibit
Glencoe Historical Society Museum
375 Park Avenue, Glencoe IL
Open Wednesdays (10:00 to 3:00 p.m.) and Sundays (1:00 to 4:00 p.m.) or by appointment.
This exhibit, more than a year in the making, documents the story of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work in Glencoe and contains new research with many never-before-seen drawings and photographs.
The WEST GALLERY documents the newly discovered collaboration between Frank Lloyd Wright, Jens Jensen and Sherman Booth on a plan for downtown Glencoe in 1912.
The MAIN GALLERY discusses the development of the Ravine Bluffs subdivision and the homes
The NORTH GALLERY introduces visitors to Sherman and Elizabeth Booth and the work that Wright did on their personal residence.