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We are looking for any pictures that have the dining room built in buffet seen in it's entirety. We have seen one photo from the side of the built in buffet but we are wanting to see the entire buffet. Does anyone out there have any information or pictures of this ? Thanks in advance..
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"FLW Prairie Houses," Weintraub & Hess, pp 238-9. There is also a very small image of a cross-section in Mono 3/203 which is a close, but not exact, match to the as-built design.
This is a rarely published house. Has the buffet been removed?
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Wm Storrer "Frank Lloyd Wright Companion" page 180 has a complete and clear photo of the sideboard. Compare it to the fireplace photo above it to see how Wright could express two different elements in the same language.
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The buffet was there when the house was on Wright Plus last month.