This house (above), which Frank Lloyd Wright designed for rare-book dealer George Madison Millard and his wife Alice in Highland Park, Chicago in 1906 was sold this week for $687,500. The Millards were among Wright’s earliest passionate patrons who enabled him to practice his revolutionary Prairie houses. Its form, inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement and its exterior walls which are stained in brown are typical to his early work. When the Millards moved to Pasadena, California in 1913, and after George died, Alice had Wright designing the more famous Millard House in Pasadena in 1923 (below). The Highland Park house have been recognized by the National Park Service with a listing on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982.