The Wright Legacy Page and Group

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M Pipher
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The Wright Legacy Page and Group

Post by M Pipher »

Hello all just wanted to let everyone here know, some of what's happening not only on the open public page but also on the closed Facebook group.

The open page has all the happenings across the the 50 + public sites as well as shortened highlights from the closed Group.

The Wright Legacy Group explores all the Wright Projects that go well beyond the public sites. The Wright time line drawings have entered into the year of 1916 and many of the lesser know projects are coming into play. We tackled T.1506 the ASBH and showcased the over 100 models that were designed for the project. They have been saved into The Legacy archives for research purposes as well as all the projects from 1886 to 1915. This means The Wright Legacy Group has more individual projects repressed then the Avery Library has on file, over 25 projects that they do not have drawings for during this time period.

We still have our project showcases and a smaller showcase W by Wright Wednesday. We will also be closing out our Madison Monday segment soon that covered all the built and not executed projects around Madison. We also had a week long Wright World Heritage Celebration for the second Anniversary.

As always I hope some or all will stop by and check us out, the links are below.

Have a Great Wright Day!

M. Pipher

https://www.facebook.com/The-Wright-Leg ... 740677400/
www.facebook.com/groups/thewrightlegacygroup/

John
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Re: The Wright Legacy Page and Group

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Is there any Wright group, other than FLWBC's Wright Chat, that is NOT on facebook?

M Pipher
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Re: The Wright Legacy Page and Group

Post by M Pipher »

John
Thank You for your interest,

The Wright Legacy Group I hope will be the first to break the boundaries of social media and have a web based platform as well. I know many here in the Wright Chat are not fans of Facebook. I truly believe with 40 years of Wright under my belt, from traveling to all the the built works that are still standing and a few that are not, to working with over 1,100. of the Wright projects drawing them all by hand we have something very special to offer the Wright community on and off social media.

Michael P.

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