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Does anyone know the current condition of the Hickox house? I actually find it to be a superior composition than the larger Bradley house.
SDR, I believe that formal garden was never constructed.
Worth another trip back just to see them.
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First, the dining room laylights that I guess Tom was referring to:
Wright's wall sections contain notes referring, four times, to 'planks': 'Detail of typical plank frame'; '2" plank wedged up tight beneath rafter'; 'Plank header'; 'Plank wedged in tight.' Maybe the restoration architect can enlighten me ?
Bill Swan has taken good photos of the house; here are three:
I wonder if Mr Wright placed a ceiling light fixture in the living room . . .
The riffraff conspirators kidnapped Mr. Small, buried him alive with a breathing tube, and asked for $1 million ransom. The tube collapsed, and the kidnapping turned into murder.