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I'd like to let everyone know that the Larkin Collectors Group and the Graycliff Conservancy will be sponsoring this year's Larkin Premium Exposition on August 5, 2006 at the Larkin at Exchange Building in Buffalo, NY. The theme will be a "birthday party" for the Larkin Administration Building. We have a lot of events planned as well as the displays of Larkin collectors from all over the country. A Larkin family member has located some "home movies" of the Administration Building that we expect to show. In addition, Ken Elwood, from Savannah GA will present his updated virtual DVD tour of the building. This is an event not to be missed. This is a fund raiser for the Graycliff Conservancy, so why not come to Buffalo this summer to see all our Wright sites and show your support for a great cause.
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I read about the Larkin video in the Bulletin-a few years ago I think-but have seen nothing else about it until this post. Must be a lifelong work in progress.
I'm planning a family visit to Buffalo this summer, and with the goings on at Martin this may be a good target date.