Interview: Henry Whiting - Teater's Knoll - Bliss, ID

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Re: Interview: Henry Whiting - Teater's Knoll - Bliss, ID

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Thank you for that, David. As the eternal latecomer to the party, I am only this year getting to know Henry Whiting a little, in this the second video visit with him to be offered to Wright-lovers and others, recently. (Is the Conference video available for viewing ?) We last heard from Henry at Wright Chat only two weeks ago, here: http://wrightchat.savewright.org/viewto ... =2&t=14153)

It is such a pleasure to learn more and more about the house, about Idaho, about the salvation and improvement of the property, about Henry's own travels along the Wrightian road, and to bask in the reflected glow of Teater's Knoll. One can certainly look forward to a promised second Not Too Serious Architecture Hour with him, where we might hear more about the Wright clients that he came to know.

Stephen
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