link: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Unified Vision: The Architecture and Design of the Prairie School
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Architectural Tour
 link: Selected Highlights Tour
 link: Lake of the Isles Tour
 link: Minneapolis South Tour
 link: Greater Minnesota Tour
 link: Razed Structures Tour
 link: E.L. King House, Rockledge
 link: Francis Little House
 link: Decker House
 link: Madison State Bank
 Features of Prairie School Architecture
 See these buildings in person.
Minneapolis Razed Structures tour
  Razed Structures tour first stop
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Razed Structures Tour
Razed Structures includes remarkable Prairie School buildings that are now lost (therefore this tour is only available online). Fragments survive today only in museums and private collections. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts' collection now includes several pieces from George Washington Maher's E. L. King House, a hallway from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Francis Little House, furniture from Purcell and Elmslie's E.W. Decker House, and a skylight from Purcell, Feick, and Elmslie's Madision State Bank. first stop >

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