5 Single-Parent Home Buying Programs that Offer Assistance
Single parent home buying programs can be hard to find, but they do exist. Learn how to find help in your area, from your local housing authority, to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Habitat for Humanity, and more.
Frank Lloyd Wright's (1867-1959) house in Oak Park, a suburb of Chicago, is ground zero for his Prairie Style architecture. You can learn more about his work through the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust: http://www.gowright.org/ Thanks to lumierefl on Flickr!
Potter Palmer Row House (1889), 1322 N Astor St, Gold Coast, Chicago, Illinois, USA Richardson Romanesque design by Charles M. Palmer (1848-1927) for Chicago businessman/developer Potter Palmer. Astor Street Chicago Landmark District
chicago snowstorm 1967 The snow fell continuously on Chicago from 5:02 am on Thursday, January 26 until 10:10 am Friday when 23 inches had fallen. The Chicago area started to recover from the extreme snowfall over the weekend, then it snowed four more inches on Wednesday, February 1. The following Sunday, February 5, another storm dumped ten inches.
Beverly Loraine Greene (October 3, 1915 - August 22, 1957) is believed to the the first female African American architect, being licensed by the state of Illinois in December 1942. She worked for the Chicago Housing Authority before relocating to New York City where she earned a master's degree from Columbia. She worked with notable architects such as Isadore Rosenfield, Edward Durell Stone (Arts Complex at Sarah Lawrence College) and Marcel Breuer (UNESCO Headquarters). #TodayInBlackHistory