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The B. Harley Bradley Residence is located in Kankakee, IL and was completed in 1900. It is considered one of the first Prairie houses. The original windows were removed from the house. One window can be seen at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Oval lead was used as a came material. Later large houses used zinc came. The glass is mostly clear with a small amount of white and small diamonds of ruby red at the tops of the flowers. Various width came was used for accenting the design.

Kankakee, IL - 1900
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Bradley House Window
27 1/2" x 44 1/4"
Bradley House Window
13 1/4" x 39 1/2"
Bradley House Window
17 7/8" x 37 3/4"
Bradley House Window
19 3/16" x 35 3/16"
Bradley House Window
24" x 36 1/2"

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