I grew up in a Frank Lloyd Wright House - Wall Street Journal Article

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I grew up in a Frank Lloyd Wright House - Wall Street Journal Article

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My parents owned Rochester, NY's Edward E. Boynton (1908) house for almost two decades.
The Wall Street Journal did a little story just before the world shut down - Frank Lloyd Wright homes and the people that live in them. https://www.wsj.com/articles/whats-in-a ... 1576164626
Image author of Growing Up in a Frank Lloyd Wright House, lived in Boynton House (1908), Rochester, NY 1977-1994 www.kimbixler.com

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