'The Last Line': Frank Lloyd Wright's Blue Sky Mausoleum

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'The Last Line': Frank Lloyd Wright's Blue Sky Mausoleum

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At the beginning of 1927, the celebrated American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, had no new commissions and his finances were low. His longtime client and friend, Darwin D. Martin, a then-retired Larkin Company executive, responding to Wright's financial condition, commissioned one of the last projects of their 25-year-long association.







http://wnyheritagepress.org/magazine/wi ... htm#wright

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