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Racine Albert/Tafel House In Danger

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 18, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified Jul 17, 2012

Mark Hertzberg posts on his blog, Wright in Racine, about the uncertain future of the Carl and Marie Albert House in Racine, WI—drawings of which have been identified and are signed by Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice, Edgar Tafel. Seems the house was a collaborative effort betwen Carl Albert and Edgar Tafel, which had a brief partnership. As exciting as this find is, the home is in rough shape and is now in danger of being...




 

 

Picture 1Mark Hertzberg posts on his blog, Wright in Racine, about the uncertain future of the Carl and Marie Albert House in Racine, WI—drawings of which have been identified and are signed by Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice, Edgar Tafel. Seems the house was a collaborative effort betwen Carl Albert and Edgar Tafel, which had a brief partnership. As exciting as this find is, the home is in rough shape and is now in danger of being torn down. Hopefully something can be done to save this home. Read more here.

Images copyright Mark Hertzberg



 

 

 
 
 

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