Address: 7415 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago IL 60626    Reservations: 1-773-654-3959                          

Friends of Emil Bach House

Frank Lloyd Wright Trust

The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to engage, educate and inspire the public through architecture, design and the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright, and to preserve the Trust's historic sites and collections.

Sites of the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust are preserved with support from private donations, and grants from local, state and national foundations and agencies, including the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

We are honored to partner with this esteemed organization for the programs of Emil Bach House

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Gunny Harboe (Restoration Architect of Emil Bach House)

Harboe Architects, PC was started in March 2006 by T. Gunny Harboe, AIA. Previous to starting his own firm, Mr. Harboe spent over seventeen years at McClier (which became Austin/AECOM) where he gained a national reputation for his dedication to preservation ideals along with his ability to find appropriate solutions to design and technical challenges related to preserving our cultural heritage. Key Harboe Architect staff members, Bob Score, AIA, and Mark Kasprzyk worked with Mr. Harboe for a number of years before joining him in the new firm. Their restoration work has been recognized with over two dozen awards, including several awards from the National AIA, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. They have completed significant restoration projects on over a half dozen National Historic Landmarks as well as numerous other local landmarks and National Register Properties.
Art Institute (steward of the EBH stained glass window)

The Art Institute of Chicago collects, preserves, and interprets works of art of the highest quality, representing the world's diverse artistic traditions, for the inspiration and education of the public and in accordance with our profession's highest ethical standards and practices.

National Registor of Historic Places

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation's historic places worthy of preservation. Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America's historic and archeological resources.

Emil Bach House was entered into the National Register of Historic Places on January 23, 1979

Gita & Associates

Gita & Associates has been creating successful media and marketing campaigns for more than two decades. We have worked with world-class clients in a variety of fields who do business on regional, national and international levels.

For press inquires, or more information, please contact Gita & Associates at 917.815.0244 or

Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society

The Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society collects, preserves and shares the story of the diverse community of Chicago’s far north side. Established in 1975 by local residents who believed their part of Chicago was a place with much to celebrate, the Society today serves the community through its publications, architectural tours, and various educational and outreach efforts.

Lang House

Welcome to Lang House, Chicago's newest and most lavish bed and breakfast and small private reception home. Whether you're in town for pleasure or business, they look forward to you being their guest, again and again. They are located at 7421 N. Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL 60626.

Lang House offers the finest in lodging, and can accommodate small groups for private receptions or catered events for up to 40 people in an elegant Mansion, built in 1919, located one block from the lake in East Rogers Park, one of Chicago's most interesting and diverse neighborhoods in the City.

Mayne Stage

With a nod to the historic past of this grand facility, Mayne Stage features a lounge and space that reflects the unique and diverse history of Rogers Park. Mayne Stage can accommodate a variety of events in its 230-seat multipurpose entertainment venue.

The theater, on Morse Avenue at Wayne Avenue, opened as Morse Theater in 1912, a vaudeville and movie house house. In the 1930s, the facility was remodeled using an Art Deco theme and renamed the Co-Ed Theater because of its proximity to Loyola University. The Co-Ed closed in 1954, and from 1956 until 2008 the building served in various capacities from synagogue to a shoe repair store.

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