Plan No. 7011 offered by Radford in its lumber distibutors' catalog for 1908 shows a two-story house with pronounced Prairie influences. Not quite a Foursquare, it's the type of house that would eventually have given rise to the term "Prairie Box". Its hipped roof, broad eaves, and bands of trim and windows as well as the porch balustrades echo elements seen the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and other prominent Chicago School architects.
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