Purcell and Elmslie
The Edna S. Purcell house (now known as the Purcell–Cutts House) was designed in 1913 by the firm of Purcell, Feick and Elmslie for architect William Purcell and his family in 1913. It was named for Purcell's wife Edna. The house, near Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis, is one of the most significant examples of the Prairie School style in the United States.
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Thurman, Carl L., "[MN, Minneapolis. 29] Edna S. Purcell Residence. 12" (1996). Prairie School Structures Image Gallery. 105.
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