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Favrile glass lantern, fireplace inglenook
Object type: photograph
Maker: Current, William R.
Date made: 1970-74
Materials: silver gelatin print
Site location: Pasadena, California
Measurements: 10 ¾ in x10 ¾ in mat
Photograph of The Gamble House (1908) designed by MIT architecture graduates Charles Sumner Green and Henry Mather Green ("Greene & Greene") class of 1892. Print labeled "GH 36:" on the back.