Movie Sundays at the Alden B. Dow Home and Studio

Showtimes: February 4th @ 1pm in-person at the Alden B. Dow Home Theater (315 Post Street – House Entrance) February 18th @ 1pm via Zoom March 10th @ 1pm in-person at the Alden B. Dow Home Theater (315 Post Street – House Entrance) March 24th @ 1pm via Zoom Seating is limited — reservations required. […]

The Ralph E. Oberlin, Jr. Residence by Alden B. Dow

Alden B. Dow’s only residential structure to be built in Ohio is the Ralph E. Oberlin, Jr. residence in Canton.  Mr. Oberlin was president of Igelstroem-Oberlin, Inc., an outdoor signage, banner, and poster printing company.  He wrote to Mr. Dow about designing a home for his family in early 1960.  Following a meeting to discuss […]

The Dr. Millard Fleming Residence by Alden B. Dow

Alden B. Dow designed two homes in Elkhart, Indiana, nearly opposite each other on the St. Joseph River.  The first was for the William Koerting family in 1937.  Two years later he developed preliminary floorplans for a home for Dr. Millard Fleming.  Working drawings were finished in January 1940 and a contract was signed with […]

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.  Completed in 1966, the low-slung home is nestled into the edge of a beautiful forest on 436 acres.  Project documents indicate a house of 10,655 square feet and a total estimated cost of $379,971. A […]

Lake Jackson, Texas

Few architects have the opportunity to design a whole community, but Alden B. Dow had just such a unique opportunity in 1941 in Lake Jackson, Texas. Dow Chemical was expanding its plant in Freeport and the new town was to be built nearby for its employees. In the space of five years, he laid out […]

    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop
    Call Now