Are you interested in St. Louis architecture from 1900 to 1940? St. Louis has a rich stock of Arts and Crafts architecture that is often overlooked. Please join us if you are interested in becoming a member!
Visit Frank Lloyd Wright's work of a lifetime. Tours of his home, studio and estate available May - October. The Taliesin Bookstore & Gift Shop and Riverview Terrace Cafe are also located within the Visitor Center to enhance your experience.
Gustav Stickley's 30-acre country estate, Craftsman Farms, is a National Historic Landmark open for tours year-round. Visitors can experience the only home Stickley ever designed and built for his own use. Workshops, classes, programs, and more.
The Society, established in 1955, publishes a Journal, Newsletter and commentaries on all aspects of his work and runs a varied and interesting series of talks and visits throughout the year.
We are publishers and sellers of reprinted catalogs from all four of the Stickley companies, as well as Limbert, Lifetime and Roycroft, to name just a few. We also carry other fine books about the Arts and Crafts Movement. Please visit our website.
We are committed to preserving bungalows and other Arts and Crafts style homes of the era along with the neighborhoods they occupy; to learning their history; and to exploring the furnishings and decorative objects that filled them.
Interested in being added to our directory? Submit the form below, and we will contact you with details. The cost for a one-year listing is $99. Additional listings cost $49.
Author, Columnist and Director of the National Arts & Crafts Conference at The Grove Park Inn since 1988
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