Dana Thomas Bird House


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Expand your local bird habitat by handing this Dana-Thomas House inspired bird house. Pine construction with a cedar roof, the bird house’s opening is big enough for chicadees and house wrens but too small for sparrows. Access for cleaning out nest on back.


The Dana Thomas House is located in Springfield, Illinois was designed by Frank Lloyd in 1902 for socialite Susan Lawrence Dana. The home, the 72nd building designed by Wright, contains the largest collection of site-specific, original Wright art glass and furniture. Wright’s first “blank check” commission, the home has 35 rooms in the 12,000 square feet of living space which includes 3 main levels and 16 varying levels in all.


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8"h x 7-3/4"w x 7-1/2"d, Pine Body and Cedar Roof, Acrylic Imprint Area