This week we’re moving into the modern era and looking at Prairie or Frank Lloyd Wright style homes. However, be aware that not all Prairie style homes are Frank Lloyd Wright homes. Just like all bourbons are whiskeys, but not all whiskeys are bourbons, but that’s another story for another day.
Known as one of the most celebrated leaders of the Civil Rights movement, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. helped forge the path of equality for African Americans. While this is an important cornerstone of his work, we sometimes forget he sought justice for people who were viewed as second-class citizens and victimized.
In our most recent “That’s an Interesting Looking House” post, we talked about a few Victorian home styles. In this edition of “That’s an Interesting Looking House,” we’re going to take a look at a couple more home styles from the Victorian era.
Let me introduce to you the rebel of American home styles – the Victorian. When it hit the scene, it swept the nation. Unconventional, artistic, and never seen before on American soil, the Victorian style turned American home construction upside down in the mid to late 19th century.
I recently read in the Detroit News that Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, originated at the old J.L. Hudson's department store in Detroit. Or did it? Let's find out.