Index to Art and Architecture in Wisconsin

(25 miles northeast of Madison, US #151, WIS #16, 73, 89)
Farmers and Merchants Union Bank, 1919, Sullivan
159 W. James St

Clark Arnold House, 1954, Wright
954 Dix St.
St. John Chrysostum Church, 1851-53, Richard Upjohn
Church Street, west off Genesee (just north of IS 94)
First Unitarian Meeting House, 1949-51, Wright
900 University Bay Drive (1 block north of University Avenue at west edge of U of W campus)

Monona Terrace, 1997, inspired by Wright
9 East Wilson Street (2 blocks east of Capitol Square)

Edward C. Elliott House, 1910, George Maher
137 N. Prospect Avenue

Eugene Gilmore House, 1908, Wright
120 Ely Place

Downtown East and Eastside Buildings
American National Bank Building/Northern Trust Bank, 1906, Ferry & Clas
526 E.Wisconsin Ave

Frederick C. Bogk House, 1916, Wright
2420 N. Terrace Avenue

Center for the Performing Arts, 1968-69, Harry Weese Associates
North Water Street between East Kilbourn Avenue and East State Street

Firstar Center (originally First Wisconsin Center), 1973-74, SOM
East Wisconsin Avenue between North Cass, North Van Buren, and East Michigan

First National Bank Building, 1914, Burnham
735 North Water Street

Grain Exchange Building (Mackie Building), 1879-80, Edward Townsend Mix
225 East Michigan

Iron block, also known as Excelsior Block, 1861
205 E. Wisconsin Avenue

MGIC Plaza, Alicia Penalba sculpture
250 East Kilborn Avenue

Milwaukee Art Museum, Quadracci Pavilion, 2001, Calatrava
700 N. Art Museum Drive (Lakefront)

Milwaukee Center, 1989, SOM
111 East Killbourn Avenue

Milwaukee City Hall, 1895, Koch and Co
200 East Wells St

Milwaukee Club, 1883, Edward Townsend Mix
706 N Jefferson

Milwaukee Federal Building, 1899, Edbrooke (Richardson Romanesque)
517 E. Wisconsin Avenue

Mitchell Building, 1876-78 Edward Townsend Mix
207 East Michigan

Northwestern Mutual Life Building, 1914, Marshall and Fox
720 East Wisconsin Avenue

Plaza East, 1984, Jahn
330 East Killbourn

St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, 1847, Schulte
844 N. Broadway

St. John's Roman Catholic Church, 1892, Schulte
802 North Jackson Street

611 Building, 1886, Solon Spencer Beman
611 North Broadway

University Club, 1926, John Russell Pope
924 E. Wells Street (private club, overlooks Lake Michigan)

War Memorial Center, 1957, Saarinen
750 North Lincoln Memorial Drive

Wisconsin Gas Building, 1930, Eschweiler and Eschweiler
626 Wisconsin Avenue

West and North Sides
Marquette University, St. Joan of Arc Chapel, 1400s, moved from Chasse, France (12 miles south of Lyon)
South of the 1400 block of West Wisconsin Avenue

Marquette University, Haggerty Museum of Art, 1984, O'Neil Ford
1300 block West Clybourne Street

South Side Buildings
Arthur L. Richards Houses, 1916, Wright pre-fab
2700 block of W. Burnham Street (or 2714-2732 W. Burnham Street)

East Side Buildings
Helfaer Jewish Federation Community Service Building, 1973, Stone
1360 Prospect Ave.

Holocaust Memorial, Claire Lieberman, 1983

Thomas Robinson Bours House, 1922, Russell Barr Williamson
2430 East Newberry Blvd

Johnson Office, 1936-39 and Lab, 1947-50, Wright
Franklin Street between 15th and 16th

Richland Center
A. D. German Warehouse, 1915, Wright
300 South Church Street

Spring Green
Wyoming Valley School. 1856, Wright (in town of Wyoming)

Taliesin. 1902-3/1952, Wright
On WIS 23, south of river and of Spring Green
Hillside Home School, 1887 (demolished) and #2, 1903
Romeo and Juliet Windmill, 1896
Tan-y-deri House, 1907
Midway Farm and creamery, 1938-47
The Spring Green Riverview Terrace Restaurant, 1953, Wright

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 1959-61, Wright
9400 West Congress Street at North 92nd Street

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