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Hey everyone who reads this site, I am doing a class prodject for Architechture and I would like some facts about Frank L. Write like his Design evolution,design process,his education and architectural experiences,design process- form idea to completed building
well if anyone has any info please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org than you!!
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Your local library is a good place to look. Also look at the recommended list of books below.
Paul Harding FAIA
Restoration Architect for FLW's 1901 E. Arthur Davenport House, 1941 Lloyd Lewis House, 1952 Glore House | www.harding.com
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I think that what Harding means is the Top Ten Books thread here at Wright Chat. In any case, I recommend it as a good place to start. The Wright Links section of this site is also a source, although most of those are links to particular buildings or to photo collections rather than to the sort of thing you're looking for.