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Pilgrimage: The Monterey Peninsula

by Brian D. Coleman
California’s heritage and mystique were central to the Arts & Crafts movement. Rediscover that inspiration.
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Frank Lloyd Wright in Iowa’s River City

by Regina Cole
Iowa's "River City" has the last extant hotel designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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Pilgrimage: Pacific Coast Highway to Santa Barbara

by Brian D. Coleman
One of the loveliest places to explore California’s Arts & Crafts movement is around Santa Barbara.
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London and Nearby

by Brian D. Coleman
Research for Historic Arts and Crafts Homes of Great Britain (Gibbs Smith, 2005) necessitated a number of trips to the U.K. I was lucky enough to discover many fascinating sites important to the history of the Arts and Crafts movement. You should go.
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Arts & Crafts in Arizona

by Dan Cooper
Arizona isn’t high on the must-visit list of typical Arts & Crafts fanatics; they’re usually busy running around Pasadena, Asheville, and Oak Park. But Arizona offers a different flavor of the times, with sublime interpretations of the Mission style.
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Arts & Crafts in the Twin Cities

by Brian D. Coleman
In Minneapolis–St. Paul, you’ll find world-class collections, bungalow neighborhoods, the Prairie School and more.
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Lovely Victoria in British Columbia

by Brian D. Coleman
Besides the city itself, one of the things I like best about living in Seattle is its proximity to Victoria in Canada. A short plane or ferry ride, and I’m transported to a delightfully British locale, where people speak with just the hint of an English accent, serve a proper tea in the afternoon, and take pride in their architecture and gardens.
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