Darwin D. Martin House Complex - Table of Contents

2008 Photographs - Pergola and Conservatory
Darwin D. Martin House Complex

Photographs taken January 31, 2008

Visitor Information

Constructed 1903-05
Demolished 1960
Reconstructed 2008

Pergola: A garden structure with an open wooden-framed roof, often latticed, supported by regularly spaced posts or columns.

The pergola connects the Martin House and the conservatory.

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Frank Lloyd Wright-designed conservatory in the Prairie style

Frank Lloyd Wright-designed limestone martin birdhouses


Pergola: reproduction Victorian light bulbs

Pergola and reproduction Victory of Samothrace statue in conservatory

At the end of pergola looking into the conservatory


Plant-filled conservatory

Reproduction Victory of Samothrace statue

Reproduction Victory of Samothrace: 9' 6", made of fiberglass resin

Conservatory looking toward the Martin House

Looking toward carriage house and stairs leading to chauffeur's apartment


Special thanks to Margaret P. Stehlik, Director of Operations,
Martin House Restoration Corporation, for her cooperation and patience.

Photographs taken January 31, 2008 by Chuck LaChiusa
Photos 2008 Martin House Restoration Corporation
Photos on this Web page Courtesy of the
Martin House Restoration Corporation
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