A Vast Frank Lloyd Wright Archive Is Moving to New York

A Vast Frank Lloyd Wright Archive Is Moving to New York

Date : Japan | Sep 04, 2012 at 7:18 AM PDT
Source: HNN
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NYT (9-3-12) The Modernist architect Frank Lloyd Wright wasn't a hoarder. But he did save just about everything whether a doodle on a Plaza Hotel cocktail napkin of an imagined city on Ellis Island, his earliest pencil sketch of the spiraling Guggenheim Museum or a model of Broadacre City , his utopian... FULL ARTICLE AT HNN
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So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright
So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright
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