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Wisconsin's Own: Twenty Remarkable Homes tells the story of the people who built some of Wisconsin's most notable historic homes, as well as the considerable contribution those historic homes have made to American residential architecture. This stunning book is filled with questions often asked about notable historic homes. These homes are representative of the varied architectural styles in Wisconsin. The book is richly illustrated with the photography of Zane Williams complemented by historical images and watercolors and line drawings by the authors.
"In a very real sense, history is just stories about people. This marvelous book uses stories about people -- where they came from, what they believed in, what they dreamed of, and especially what kind of homes they built -- to present a compelling his
M. Caren Connelly and Louis Wasserman have collaborated in their Milwaukee architectural practice for more than twenty years. "Wisconsin's Own" is their fourth joint book on residential architecture. Their three previous books are "Updating Classic America: Bungalows," "Updating Classic America: Ranches," and "Cottage."
Zane Williams has been a professional location photographer for four decades with wide-ranging assignments both abroad and in his home state. His recent book projects include "Wisconsin," "Doubletake: A Rephotographic Survey of Madison, Wisconsin," and "Madison."