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A beautiful winter day in sunny Florida greeted members of the conservancy, who got up-close and personal with Wright's western campus along with a peek inside the Usonian. See photos and video at www.BuildingTheUsonianHouse.com
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Fascinating explanation of the structural design, which was never completely apparent from viewing the construction photos. Interesting, too, to see Susan (Jacobs) on the tour ... from the first Usonian House to the latest ... separated only by 76 years.
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Great observation. Usonian Bookends.
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond
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I notice in the video Roland Reisley is still going strong, as well.