Wright in Japan

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allwrightythen1
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Wright in Japan

Post by allwrightythen1 »

Alright, I have a brain buster for all the Wright trivia experts out there--



Does anyone know if Wright visited or stayed in a town in Japan called Ikaho (sometimes known as Ikao)? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

I don't know the answer, but there is someone who definitely does: Kathryn Smith. She wrote a major book about Hollyhock House, which was built during FLW's Japan peregrinations, and she tracked his every move. Can't say offhand how to contact her, but her e-mail address should not be too difficult to track down.

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