The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park/ Kraus House

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The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park/ Kraus House

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Besides the usual amount of coal I receive each Holiday season I lucked out this year, for I received a copy of "The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park, The Kraus House."

Written by Jane King Hession with a Foreword by Jack Quinan.
The book has great photos (by Bill Olexy) along with informative and interesting chapters, my favorites were on the construction and restoration of the house. The book is a pleasure to hold and read. Hard cover with dust jacket.

I highly recommend acquiring a copy for your library on F.LL.W. or as a gift for family or friend.
Once again it illustrates how Wright was accommodating to his clients.

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