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Harold C. Bradley House

106 N. Prospect Avenue
Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin, 53726

Harold C. Bradley House (ca. 1909)
Photo: Jeff Dean License: Public Domain
Harold C. Bradley House, also known as Mrs. Josephine Crane Bradley Residence, is a Prairie School home designed by Louis H. Sullivan and George Grant Elmslie.
It is located in the University Heights Historic District of Madison, Wisconsin.

They included a pair of cantilevered sleeping porches on the second floor. Sullivan was probably responsible for the idea of the sleeping porches, though Elmslie was responsible for integrating them into the final design.

It has been occupied and maintained by the Sigma Phi Society, University of Wisconsin–Madison chapter since 1915.

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