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The Ward McCartney house of Parkwyn Village, Michigan 1949, is also a small diamond module structure, but of concrete block rather than stone. It does not have the extending "fins."
I have photos and some text on this subject on http://franklloydwright.50megs.com
I have some questions:
Does anyone know of a published article on the Robert Berger house of San Anselmo, California?
Can someone confirm that the Ralph Moreland project was never built?
Do the Patrick Kinneys still own the house in Lancaster, Wisconsin?
Thanks for going to the trouble of sharing this information!