Article: FLW Offices at Hagen History Center - Erie, PA

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Re: Article: FLW Offices at Hagen History Center - Erie, PA

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I am unclear on

a) who occupied this office first---Green, or Wright
b) who designed the space and its furnishings---Green, or Wright

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Re: Article: FLW Offices at Hagen History Center - Erie, PA

Post by Randolph C. Henning »

The office interiors, started in late July 1951, were actually constructed by Aaron G. Green (assisted by another ex-Taliesin Fellowship apprentice Paul Bradley), so I would say then that Green occupied the office first. Frank Lloyd Wright designed it.


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