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Wright Books and Ephemera for Sale

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I am parting with a portion of my collection of Wright books and ephemera.
Please visit: http://books.schipp.co/byandaboutwright/Welcome.html
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I just bought 2 of them.
Paul Harding FAIA Restoration Architect for FLW's 1901 E. Arthur Davenport House, 1941 Lloyd Lewis House, 1952 Glore House | www.harding.com | LinkedIn

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Paul - Thanks so much for the order. Have noted your shipping instructions.
Kind regards
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I have added some photos of the Kraus house in St Louis, Missouri.
http://books.schipp.co/byandaboutwright/Kraus.html
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20 Calendars have been added to the ByAndAboutWright site.

http://books.schipp.co/byandaboutwright/Calendars.html
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Had a weekend in Wichita, Kansas where we toured the Allen-Lambe house (1915). I've posted 60 photos and may eventually get around to adding some proper captions. :-) However, if you've been to the house you will recognize the views. It has been over 7 years since we've been and it has improved noticeably since last there. If you've not been, this is a "must see" of Wright's Prairie Style. You will find a link to a website (with contact information) near the top of the page. Tours are an "on demand" arrangement. We were able to get in with another tour group.
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Post by FTA »

During our recent trip to Wichita, we also visited the Wichita State University Corbin Education Center. Check out a few photos and a link to WSU's site description. Christmas is coming ... great time to treat yourself or someone else to something "by and about Wright!"

http://books.schipp.co/byandaboutwright/Welcome.html

Everyone have a great week!
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Thanks for the purchase, Roger. Great to meet you and talk about mutual Wright experiences!

http://books.schipp.co/byandaboutwright/Welcome.html
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Check out the photos of Muirhead.
I highly recommend a stay at this captivating bed-and-breakfast.

http://books.schipp.co/byandaboutwright/Welcome.html
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Thanks, Mary, for the order!
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Watch this space as I share selected photos of different aspects of Florida Southern College, beginning with the esplanades. I will include some not often seen photos of Pfeiffer and Danforth Chapels, as well as details of the block. Comments? Feedback?

http://books.schipp.co/byandaboutwright/Welcome.html

(Note: Book and ephemera orders are recommended by 12/15 to ship in time for Christmas.)
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