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Dining Table and Eight Chairs for the Frank T. Boesel Residence
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*CANCELED* Lecture: Preserving Prairie School Architecture

May 26, 6:15 pm7:15 pm

In-personFree to the Public

Lubar Auditorium

May is Historic Preservation Month, and John Eifler, of Eifler & Associates Architects, is coming to Lubar Auditorium to discuss what goes into restoring Prairie School architecture. His lecture is being held in conjunction with the exhibition Distinctive Individuality: George Mann Niedecken’s Milwaukee Interiors, which features Niedecken’s recently restored Dining Table and Eight Chairs for the Frank Boesel Residence.

This event is free to attend; Museum admission is not required. Extend your visit to the galleries by reserving admission tickets in advance.

Event attendees are encouraged to wear masks while inside the Museum. This recommendation follows CDC guidance for counties with a high COVID-19 community level.

Sponsored by: Milwaukee Art Museum’s American Arts Society

Image: George Mann Niedecken, Dining Table and Eight Chairs for the Frank T. Boesel Residence, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (pictured with seating for four), ca. 1907. Purchase, with funds from the Mae E. Demmer Charitable Trust in memory of Lawrence E. Demmer M2012.297.1a-d–.9. Photo by John R. Glembin