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Stickley Museum At Craftsmen Farms

Stickley Museum At Craftsmen Farms

This home of Gustav Stickley, "Father of the Art & Crafts Movement", showcases his contributions to the decorative arts movement.

The 1911 Main Log House at Craftsman Farms was the former home of noted home designer, publisher, philosopher, and social critic, Gustav Stickley. Stickley is considered the "Father of the Arts & Crafts Movement" in America. The 5,000 square-foot log house is one of the most significant landmarks of the Arts & Crafts Movement. The site, a National Historic Landmark, comprises 27 1/4 acres of the original 650-acre tract, which straddled the road that is now Route 10.

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