Article: Apprentice Kaneji Domoto

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Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

Domoto's Lurie and Harris Houses are beautiful, elegant and simple.

Tom
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Post by Tom »

Wow.
Never heard of this guy.
Love Wright Chat.

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Post by SDR »

Great to have good new photos of the work.

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Post by SDR »

Was Domoto a Taliesin apprentice ?

Did any other apprentices besides David Henken and Ted Bower build at Usonia (New York) ?

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Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

Domato is not on the list.

DavidC
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Post by DavidC »

John Geiger's Taliesin Apprentice List has Kanejai Domoto arriving at Taliesin on January 1st, 1940.


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Post by Roderick Grant »

That must come from the supplemental directory, which I had, but lost. Dang!

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