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Bravo ! What a nice tour, by an enthusiastic and well-versed owner. (I hadn't heard anyone refer to "the five kinds of Usonian," before; a potentially useful categorization of the late houses ?) The respect shown Wright, the community, and the house itself by Ms Lenhart is welcome and heart-warming.
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This was part of the FLWBC’s very well run and enjoyable 2020 Virtual Conference.
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What an amazing place. I've tried to see this home from every which angle except the correct one. It's nice to see inside. Thanks for posting this.