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Frank Lloyd Wright Roland Reisley House Complete Plans - RARE
Frank Lloyd Wright's Edward Serlin House, Usonia - Original Plans - RARE
Frank Lloyd Wright Pew House Plans Complete - RARE
Frank Lloyd Wright Goetsch - Winckler House, E. Lansing, Michigan Complete Set
Frank Lloyd Wright Ben Rebhuhn House, Florida, Complete Plans - RARE
growing up in Westchester, I often heard of Pleasantville -- one of our football team's rivals -- but never of Mt Pleasant. Both names appear on various drawings and letters in Roland Reisley's book . . .
Likewise, the first sheet in the Pew collection, a blue-line rather that a blueprint, shows the house in its early version, the masonry being brick rather than stone. The treatment of the stair is interesting.
The site plan is the revised version of the Usonia Homes layout: "CIRCLES ENLARGED FROM 200- TO 217-FOOT DIAMETER -- A 'BUILDER'S ACRE.' " according to Reisley's caption.
I have recorded via screen grabs the Rebhuhn set. Most interesting . . .