Susan Lawrence Dana commissioned this house from Wright in 1902-1904, which
is now a state landmark. The cut-away view of the dining room, complete with
furniture, hanging lamps, sculpture, and wallpaper, makes the room look much
larger than its true size. This drawing appears in an early photograph of
Wright's Oak Park office and was purchased from the architect's son, John Lloyd
Wright. John Wright's notes indicate that his father was the draughtsman,
although others have claimed authorship for George Niedecken, an interior
decorator who collaborated with Wright.