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    Dana-Thomas House Foundation says

    The Dana-Thomas House will be decorated for the Holiday Season by Thanksgiving Weekend. Decorations remain up through the month of December.

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    Bryan Liberty says

    I am a recent Architecture Graduate and will be in the area in the fall and would like to visit. Is there photography allowed inside and outside the Dana-Thomas House?

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      dougc says

      Hi Bryan,

      Exterior photography of the Dana-Thomas House is allowed. Visitors are not allowed to take photographs inside the house. To request special permission for interior photography please contact the Site Manager, Troy Gilmore.

      Doug Carr
      Board Member
      Dana-Thomas House Foundation

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    Dennis A White; CPBD, LEED GA says

    HI Doug, Loved having you come to Quasqueton to show your beautiful photos and great stories. It was also my pleasure to meet you. Here is a link to that movie about Pedro I spoke of. Please let me know you received this. Take care, good luck and As always–usesun, Dennis White; CPBD, LEED GA https://shop.pbs.org/american-masters-pedro-e-guerrero-a-photographers-journey-dvd/product/AMM62906

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      dougc says

      Hi Dennis,
      Thank you for sending the movie about Pedro. He was an amazing person.
      It was a real pleasure meeting you and speaking to the Friends of Cedar Rock! You’re a dedicated group of Wright enthusiasts!
      Next weekend I’ll be visiting Mason City. Looking forward to that.
      All the best,
      Doug Carr
      Dana-Thomas House Foundation
      dcarr12280@gmail.com

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    Frank Warren says

    A very informative tour of a marvelous artwork and jewel of Springfield. It was fascinating and meaningful to learn about the architecture and history of the structure, how it was both a place of power and a refuge for the persecuted. My favorite Springfield tour.

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