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Thanks for the comments Anthony and Paul!

Paul, I scanned and posted everything that was in the issue. Robinson's entry had two illustrations: the perspective and the side elevation/floor plan/section.

Paul Ringstrom

Is there a drawing and plan of the Drummond entry that you could post?

Anthony Thompson

Of course, it should be mentioned that a prominent member of Wright's studio (William Drummond) received "favorable mention" in the competition.

It should be fairly easy to determine whether one of these designs was built for that client. Census info would locate her in 1920. Her husband's name would also be listed. Then Chicago tel. directories from 1912 - onwards could be searched for her address. Finally, city building permits for that address could then be checked (as well as Google Street View).

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