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A Vision of Place: The Work of Curtis + Windham Architects
WHAT'S INSIDE: - River Oaks House & Garden Pavillion - A Limestone Wine Cellar - Inwood Pool Pavillion About Since the beginnings of their architectural practice in 1992, William Curtis and Russell Windham have dedicated their work to the principle that classical architecture, in its best sense, should embody the same rigor, the same attention to surroundings, and the same thoughtful approach to design theory that fuels the most forward-looking styles and movements. In this graciously appointed
Henry W. Baker (1833-1920) built this Italianate style house in 1875. As a young man, he worked as a photographer, a merchant, and a lumberman. At the age of forty-three, he helped found the Plymouth Iron Windmill Company, which in 1895 became the Daisy Manufacturing Company. The company, now best known for its BB guns, operated in Plymouth until 1958, when new owners moved it to Arkansas. Baker's descendants lived here until 1943.