I'm an art historian and I've been doing research on Arts and Crafts architecture in Chicago. In my research I fell upon some interesting personal photos of the family that purchased the Robie house from Mr. Robie after he sold it (after living there for only two years). I'm assuming the father took most of the photos, hence why they wife and children are the subjects of them. Here are a few, which are interesting to see the interior of the house as well as the clothing they are wearing. I have a few more of the children, some quite humorous as they are in costumes. There is also a couple of them in their playroom. Let me know if you are interested in seeing those. Robie house was built by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1906-1909, Chicago, IL It is near the main campus of the University of Chicago in Oak Park and is privately owned at this point. I don't think they do any tours of the interior, but it is quite easy to see most of the exterior. Jeannette Wilber in the south aisle of the first floor, 1916. Is it just me, or is she wearing white spats? I didn't think girls wore spats, especially as late as 1916. Isadora Wilber in the garden, 1916 Jeannette Wilber in riding habit at the front gate of the house, 1924. (My, how's she's grown!) I am almost sure this gate and the wall has since been torn down. Shame because the gate's design is wonderful.