June 1900 Architectural Review article on FLLW

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DRN
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June 1900 Architectural Review article on FLLW

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For those who don't have the original in their collection or an architectural school's library at their beck and call, Robert C. Spencer Jr.'s famous early article on Wright:

https://books.google.com/books?id=XotOA ... &q&f=false

Scroll up and down, the library seems to have isolated and bound just the Wright stuff from the issue. Some continuation pages or Roman numerated illustration pages may be missing.

Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

There is a photograph of the back end of Heller that I have never seen before, and a plan on the same page as the Bagley House that is unfamiliar. Also a plan on the page with Furbeck, Furbeck and Harlan that is similar to, but different from P&E's Crane and Decker Houses. I'll have to spend some time with the text, but most of the photographs are well-known from other publications.

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