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Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond
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Not that it would be revelatory, but has any interior photograph of the planetarium been published? I've never seen it. Perhaps it's hard to get a definitive photographic view of the interior of a sphere.
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I have always found it very curious that Wright located the entirely interior focused planetarium at the end of the Science and Cosmography building complex that had the best panoramic view of Lake Hollingsworth on campus.
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My theory is Wright liked the outward form of the dome as a terminus to the very long and flat science building.