Art Glass Window for Ward W. Willits House, Highland Park, 1902https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/GovernorsMansion/exhibition/art-of-illinois/decorative-arts/frank-lloyd-wright/Wright-Art-Glass-WindowArt Glass Window for Ward W. Willits House, Highland Park, 1902GP0|#1817cc17-5aad-4634-bfd4-9ecfba63f166;L0|#01817cc17-5aad-4634-bfd4-9ecfba63f166|Frank Lloyd Wright;GTSet|#6a9f5109-021d-478a-ae73-864102492159;GPP|#b8008031-8d86-41bf-8c8c-657f66f046d4;GPP|#be65f490-4890-487c-bb16-c396d99511f7Clear glass, opalescent glass, gilded glass, zinc cames, 34 × 26½ inches. Art Glass Window for Ward W. Willits House, Highland Park, 1902. Collection of Chicago History Museum, Gift of the Willits Robinson Foundation
Dining Chair for Susan Lawrence Dana House, Springfield, 1902https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/GovernorsMansion/exhibition/art-of-illinois/decorative-arts/frank-lloyd-wright/Wright-Dining-ChairDining Chair for Susan Lawrence Dana House, Springfield, 1902GP0|#1817cc17-5aad-4634-bfd4-9ecfba63f166;L0|#01817cc17-5aad-4634-bfd4-9ecfba63f166|Frank Lloyd Wright;GTSet|#6a9f5109-021d-478a-ae73-864102492159;GPP|#b8008031-8d86-41bf-8c8c-657f66f046d4;GPP|#be65f490-4890-487c-bb16-c396d99511f7Oak, 51 × 18½ × 17½ inches. Collection of Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site, Illinois Department of Natural Resources