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Also, the following is a link to a group of former Wright apprentices that put out a newsletter which in issues #5 and #6 contained a list of former apprentices. #5 contains the list from 1930's through the 1950's, and #6 covers the 1960's through the 1990's.
Though not listed in MidGlen's list, the name Gordon Chadwick is familiar to me. He was named by a docent at the Pope-Leighey house as the apprentice who oversaw construction of the Loren Pope house in VA and the Euchtman house in MD. He is also mentioned in former apprentice Curtis Besinger's book "Working With Mr. Wright, What it Was Like".
Hope this helps.
classic form wrote:Hello, I have come to this forum with a request after searching everywhere for a list with no luck. I am looking in particular for an architect named Gordon Chadwick. I have read that he was an apprentice of FLLW. Can anyone direct me to a list or have any ideas on how to verify? Thanks.
See Elizabeth B. Kassler:1932-1982,
The Taliesin Fellowship.a Directory
of Members(September 1981)