One of his early works, Harry Weese designed the Water Tower House (named for its overbearing backdrop) so his family could escape the big metropolis on weekends and holidays.  Photo 5 of 21 in How American Modernism Came to the Mountains
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Christmas card from Charles and Ray Eames to Harry Weese, 1942  Photo 7 of 21 in How American Modernism Came to the Mountains
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The little back garden of the Weese’s Water Tower house was private and peaceful for a family who spent most of the year in a Chicago apartment  Photo 6 of 21 in How American Modernism Came to the Mountains
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