No. 15 Dupont Circle

Stanford White, famed architect slain by insane Harry K. Thaw, planned it. The fortune that paid for it was derived from the Chicago Tribune. It was built in 1904, the home of Editor Robert W. Patterson, who, like many of the Chicago Tribune family (Medill-McCormick-Patterson), included Washington as well as Chicago in his affairs. Editor Patterson died, his wife returned to Chicago, his daughter (Mrs. Elmer Schlesinger) took the house. Address: No. 15 Dupont Circle.

Last week it was announced that the Government will rent this house...

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