Article: A. D. German Warehouse on State Historic list

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Roderick Grant
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That was the first FLW building I ever saw, as I drove through Richland Center on the way to Taliesin in 1962.
It had a huge sign painted on it stating that it was designed by FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT!!

SDR
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Paul Ringstrom
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A.D.German Warehouse receives a matching grant

https://www.adgermanwarehouse.org/post/ ... yKNpV3w9fI
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

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