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|Document Type:||Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Gray Purcell; George Grant Elmslie; Anson Bailey Cutts; Anson B Jr Cutts
|Notes:||"CD-ROM for Macintosh/Windows"--Accompanying program notes.
"Made with Macromedia"--Container.
"In 1913, William Gray Purcell ... and George Grant Elmslie ... designed a private home ... that remains one of the most significant examples of Prairie School architecture in America. ... In 1919, the house was sold to Anson B. Cutts, Sr. Anson B., Jr., bequeathed it to The Minneapolis Institute of Arts in 1985"--Page  of accompanying program notes.
Program notes and installation instructions in English ( p. : ill.)--inserted in container.
|Description:||1 computer optical disc : color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||System requirements for Macintosh: 68040 processor (Power PC recommended); 8 MB RAM (16 MB recommended); 2 MB free disk space; double-speed CD-ROM drive; Quicktime 2.0 (included on CD); System 7.0 or higher; monitor display of 256 colors (thousands recommended).; System requirements for Windows: 4 MB RAM (8 MB recommended); double-speed CD-ROM drive; 2 MB free disk space; Quicktime 2.0 (included on CD); monitor display of 640 x 480 and 256 colors (thousands recommended).|
|Other Titles:||Minneapolis Institute of Arts|