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There are nine drawings for Baird at the Artstor site; a site plan is not included.
https://library.artstor.org/#/search/Wr ... =1;size=48
They say you can see through the hedge in winter. If you hurry you might catch it in time; otherwise wait til next winter.
Perhaps an oddity of the appreciation of Wright's place in the world of architecture---or is that Architecture---is that the quantity of built work, while mentioned frequently, is nevertheless not remarked upon as an achievement of its own, unrivaled surely by any well-known practitioner ? Perhaps one doesn't want to dwell on the matter, for fear of raising the "quantity-versus-quality" bogeyman . . .?