One of America's most influential and imaginative architects, Frank Lloyd Wright, spent almost 70 years creating a striking variety of architectural forms. 602 Norris Avenue is one of the few homes west of the Mississippi River designed by this internationally famous man. The Sutton House is an example of Wright's prairie style, in which he blended the structure with it's natural surroundings. The house was designed in 1905-7 and was completed in 1908.
The two-story frame and stucco Prairie style house was built for Mr. and Mrs. Harvey P. Sutton. Sutton owned a jewelry store in McCook, was active in community affairs, and served as director of the C.B.&Q. Railroad Concert Band, known throughout the state. The Sutton House is listed on the National Historic Register.
Address: Norris Avenue and West F Street.
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