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Prairie (circa 1900-1920)
Developed in the Midwest by Frank Lloyd Wright, the horizontal lines of this style evoke the open feeling of the prairie. It features a low-pitched roof, usually hipped with widely overhanging eaves. It often has two stories, with one story wings or porches; eaves, cornices and facade detailing emphasizing horizontal lines; and porches with massive, square posts.  Prairie