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Photos of Willits chairs:
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A tall-back side chair owned at various times by the Domino's Pizza Collection and by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London:
There are actually 11 chairs in the photo. Did you count the one in the 'prow' with the proto-TV table?
I am usually kind to FLW's chairs, but that arm chair, with its perfectly vertical back, square seat and thin arms does not look comfortable.