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3506 Albatross Street G.W. Simmons House, 1909 Irving Gill Cubist/Early Modern Gill had been experimenting with cubism but this was his first and was built a year or more before the earliest cubism showed up in Europe.


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3415 Albatross Street Katherine Teats House #2, 1912-13 Irving Gill Cubist/Early Modern The house is composed as a series of squares, cubes and arches. Originally, there were eight proposed houses, of these, only the four on Albatross were built as planned, with another on the east side by Louis Gill in 1924.


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3407 Albatross Street Katherine Teats House #3, 1912-13 Irving Gill Prairie The Lee-Teats houses were stylistically a melding of the Prairie style houses on Seventh Ave. The women, Alice and Kate, were modernists and progressives and were inspired by Gill’s developing architectural styles.


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