Category: Alden B. Dow Archive

Connections: Alden and Vada Dow and Hans and Florence Knoll Bassett

Born to a baker and orphaned at age 12, Florence Schust grew up in Saginaw, Michigan. She demonstrated an early

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Connections Exhibit

It has always been inspiring to learn about the passions and interests Alden B. Dow and Vada B. Dow explored

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Ann Arbor City Hall by Alden B. Dow

In 1960, the citizens of Ann Arbor approved a $2.3 million bond for the construction of a new city hall. 

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Alden B. Dow’s Unbuilt Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Projects

Between 1936 and 1960, Alden B. Dow designed a number of projects located in the city of Mt. Pleasant, some

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The Emry-Kraus Residences in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan 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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The Dr. Lionel Davis Residence by Alden B. Dow

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

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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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