Category: Alden B. Dow Archive

The William F. Brown Residence by Alden B. Dow

Between 1936 and 1960, Alden B. Dow designed eight projects located in the city of Mt. Pleasant, some 30 miles

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Lanterns, Towers & Spires: Exhibit Continues through August

Originally scheduled to run during the month of March, the opportunity to view Alden B. Dow’s Lanterns, Towers & Spires

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Remembering the 1942 Fire in the Alden B. Dow Studio

On the night of July 24, 1942, a fire broke out inside the entrance to the Alden B. Dow Studio. 

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The Robert Bennett Residence by Alden B. Dow

The Robert Bennett residence, a mid-century modern classic designed by Alden B. Dow, is currently on the market.  Please contact

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The Alden W. Hanson Residence by Alden B. Dow

Alden B. Dow finished the plans for this modest and compact three-bedroom residence in late summer 1934, with construction completed

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Rare Finds from the Archives: Decoration of the Palace Buildings of Peking

In addition to housing the drawings, project files, photographs and other materials that document the architecture of Alden B. Dow,

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Out of the Archives: Original Sketches and Small Drawings by Alden B. Dow

Now through the end of February, visitors to the Alden B. Dow Home and Studio will have the opportunity to

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Greenhills School by Alden B. Dow

Designed by Alden B. Dow in 1966, Greenhills School is situated on a 30-acre estate known as “Greenhills” by its

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Duke University President’s House by Alden B. Dow

In 1963 the president of Duke University, Douglas M. Knight, approached Alden B. Dow with a request for a home. 

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The Dr. Joe Morris Residence by Alden B. Dow

In June of 1962 Dr. Joe Morris, an Ann Arbor physician, wrote a letter to Alden B. Dow to ask

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