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The Oscar Diehl Residence by Alden B. Dow

Oscar Diehl was a salesman for the Dow Chemical Company.  He and his wife purchased a small corner lot on

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First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn, Michigan by Alden B. Dow

The selection of an architect for a new building for the First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn took more than a

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Summer Adult 2-Day Camp Friday, June 11 & Saturday, June 12 9am-5pm

As adults drop children off at our Architecture and Design Summer Camps, they excitedly express a wish to stay and

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Rare Finds from the Archives: More from Alden and Vada Dow’s Art Print Collection

Formes et couleurs: vingt planches en couleurs contenant soixante-sept motifs decoratifs is an album designed by Auguste H. Thomas and

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The Leonard Bergstein Residence by Alden B. Dow

Leonard Bergstein was a Midland pharmacist who founded Community Drug Store on East Main Street in 1930. Alden B. Dow

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Rare Finds from the Archives: More from Alden and Vada Dow’s Art Print Collection

Along with the Georgia O’Keeffe and Vanity Fair portfolios previously highlighted, Alden and Vada Dow enjoyed the vibrant original prints

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Rare Finds from the Archives: Alden and Vada Dow’s Collection of Art Print Portfolios

In the 1930s, before expensive coffee table art books were as widely available as they are today, those who wanted

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Alden B. Dow on “The Kind of School I Would Like to Attend”

  The value of face-to-face instruction and the importance of re-opening schools is very much in the news and on

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Mid-Century Modern in Disguise By Craig McDonald, Director The Alden B. Dow Home and Studio

The Bennett House living room that features the surrounding “gallery” space looking onto hole number three of the golf course.

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Alden B. Dow Home and Studio 2021 Summer Camps

Due to the ever-changing Covid-19 situation, we are currently limiting our camps to 9 campers. If conditions improve allowing us

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