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Hi, can anyone out there give me good resource material on Harold Turner? I have just purchased a home attributed to Frank Lloyd Wright but in reality it was built by Harold Turner. Does the Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy recognize these dwellings as part of the Wright legacy? Are there any books re: Harold Turner that anyone knows of? Any information would be appreciated. Thanks
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Maybe the built house have archives referencing him (Hanna at Stanford for example)
Would love to hear more about your home (where, etc)....
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I have corresponded with other Harold Turner homeowners in the past. They all love their homes and the pictures I have seen indicate Turner embraced the materials and techniques of Usonian construction.
Email me separately by pressing the "PM" button below and I'll pass along some links and dig up the old email addresses.