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Charnley-Perskey House Museum

The Charnley-Persky home, designed by Louis Sullivan in 1891, is one of the few surviving buildings that shows off the talents of both Sullivan and his unruly disciple, Frank Lloyd Wright. Built for James Charnley, a Chicago lumberman, and restored through the generosity of Seymour H. Persky, the home was described by Wright himself as "the first modern house in America" and provided an early example of what would become his signature style. 1365 N. Astor St.; tours Mon., Wed., Fri. and Sat. for $10; 312-573-1365 or charnleyhouse.org
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