Oak Park, Illinois is a suburb of Chicago. It is west of the city in the same county. About 52,000 people live there.
Ernest Hemingway was born there. Betty White was born there too. Frank Lloyd Wright lived and worked there for a while. Some of his most famous houses and buildings were built there.
Lake Theater and shops along Lake Street
Ernest Hemingway in Oak Park, 1919
Harlem/Lake station on the Chicago 'L' Green Line
931 Lake Street looking eastward. Calvary Memorial Church is featured on the right.
Unity Temple, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905 and finished in 1908 is part of The 20th-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, a World Heritage Site
Frank Lloyd Wright's 1902 Arthur Heurtley House on Forest Avenue
In Spanish: Oak Park (Illinois) para niños