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Laurent House Foundation raising funds to bring original chair back home
An honest bracket, shaped to reflect the large plywood ones supporting the arms, might have been quarter-circular in shape (comparable to ones added to the barrel chairs at the Taliesin dining table). No one seems to have taken that approach, however . . . and as late as 1960, when the chair was drawn once again for Allen Friedman, these unreinforced joints are still being indicated.