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"Edgar Miller and the Handmade Home": Photos 

Alexander Vertikoff
A study in the R.W. Glasner Studio at Kogen-Miller Studios
Alexander Vertikoff
View of courtyard with inlaid tiles, Kogen-Miller Studios,1734 N. Wells
Alexander Vertikoff
A carved panel from the R.W. Glasner Studio at Kogen-Miller Studios
Alexander Vertikoff
A staircase featuring a banister with an animal motif, carved by Miller and Edgar Britton, in Studio 5 at Kogen-Miller Studios
Alexander Vertikoff
Detail from a set of frescoes on the theme of brewing, painted for the Pabst Blue Ribbon Room, Milwaukee, in 1943.
Alexander Vertikoff
Dining room in the Sol Kogen Studio at Carl Street Studios. Sol Kogen was Miller's friend from the School of the Art Institute. They collaborated on this and other projects.
Alexander Vertikoff
Courtyard at the Carl Street Studios, 155 W. Burton Place. The Carl Street project began in 1927.
Alexander Vertikoff
Detail from a fresco in the Sol Kogen Studio at Carl Street Studios
Alexander Vertikoff
A bath in the Sol Kogen Studio at Carl Street Studios, designed by Miller's longtime assistant Jesus Torres.
Alexander Vertikoff
Panes from a painted window in Studio 8 at Carl Street Studios. Horses were a frequent motif for Miller.
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Alexander Vertikoff
View of courtyard with inlaid tiles, Kogen-Miller Studios,1734 N. Wells
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