Pic: detail of eves. 

The characteristics of her work, in some respects, are similar to his. That is to say that both of them are architects that at that period tended to have a certain, I might almost say, tension. That is to say that verticals are close enough to develop a verticality in conflict almost with horizontally. This is certainly true of the Adolph Mueller house in Decatur.

H. Allen Brooks
Architectural Historian

Pic: Overhanging roof. 

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