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Pair of Windows, before 1930. Leaded glass in walnut frames
Presentation Drawing for the Sherman Booth House, Glencoe, IL,...
Presentation Drawing for the Avery Coonley House, Riverside, IL
Drawings and Renderings for Mr. and Mrs. Randall Fawcett Ranch House, ...
Specification Folder and Drawings for the Mr. and Mrs. Randall Fawcett...
The "provenance" for those Wisconsin windows has been cleaned up a bit from the last posting---meaning, made even more vague and unconvincing. Last time they were somehow given to the family by Mr Wright (for no apparent reason) and were attached to a piece of furniture in the donees' home. Does anyone recognize them as Wright ?
I think there's one residence besides Robie where this "flying saucer" cast sconce with hemispherical milk-glass globe is found. No, Coonley it isn't . . .
It shows the grid of the plan in red within a larger grid of four equilateral triangles in black.
Not sure I've ever seen something similar to this: the plan grid within a larger conceptual grid.