Geo.W.Maher Quarterly

About one of America's innovative architects.
Increasingly recognized for influential design in the widest sense.


The Geo. W. Maher Quarterly chronicles the work and life of an architect whose tragic life has obscured his influence on American architectural design. Until the Quarterly was published little was known of Maher's work and information was not readily available. Years of research have begun to bring exciting information to light about this influential man.

Maher's quintessential cottage design of the Schultz house in Winnetka, Illinois, of 1907. The segmental arch over the door, the horizontal band of windows, and the splayed front facade are signature elements of this period of Maher's career.
Here a design element becomes a building
in the 1908 design for the gymnasium at
Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois (razed).

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Pleasant Home
John Farson house 1897, Oak Park, Illinois
Winona, Minnesota
Watkins building
Winona, Minnesota
Winona National Bank
Gary, Indiana
Gary"America's Magic Industrial City"
Gary, Indiana
Maher & Son in Gary, Indiana
Indiana
The Indiana Historic Architecture Home Page
George W. Maher
Prairie Style Architect of the Pleasant Home in Oak Park, Illinois


The Geo. W. Maher Quarterly is a publication of Water Street Words. Donald M. Aucutt, Editor & Publisher 413 Jackson Street, Sauk City, Wisconsin 53583 608-643-0113 e-mail donjohn@charter.net