Lecture: The Western Works of Frank Lloyd Wright

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DavidC
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Lecture: The Western Works of Frank Lloyd Wright

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HenryWhiting
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Looking forward to this talk on Monday morning (10:00 PST). I'm curious what, if anything, she has to say about Teater's Knoll.

SDR
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Oops: Had to register by 5:00 PM today. 11:00 PM now on the West Coast. I'll keep trying . . .

If not, I'll await the reports of others. Should be an interesting talk.

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