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Pleasant Home Foundation

217 Home Ave, Oak Park, IL 60302

Pleasant Home, also known as the John Farson House, is a historic home in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park. The large, Prairie style mansion was designed by architect George Washington Maher and completed in 1897. Pleasant Home is an important example of early Prairie style, and is considered the finest surviving example of Maher's work.

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