At Home in the Heartland
Midwestern Domestic Architecture
Robert Winter and Alexander Vertikoff
Architectural historian and author Robert Winter and award-winning photographer Alexander Vertikoff travel to
America's Heartland defined as those states between the western Rockies and the eastern Appalachians, and between the Canadian border and the southern boundaries of Kansas, Missouri, and the Ohio River. Styles include: Classical Revival, Gothic Revival, Art Deco, and Prairie.
Architects include: Robert and James Adams, Frank Lloyd Wright, George Grant Elmslie and William Gray Purcell, Francis Costigan, William W. Boyington, George Ingham Burnett, Isaiah Rogers, and others.
Includes these structures: The Woodbury County Courthouse by George Grant Elmslie and Byron Godberson's Gothic-styled McDonald's, and other domestic architecture.