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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 10, 2014 01:04 AM
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by Eric last modified Dec 09, 2014

December 4, 1973 was a special day for architecture lovers. As posted on the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust's Facebook page, it was on that day that Oak Park’s Frank Lloyd Wright-Prairie School of Architecture Historic District was added to the U.S. Register of Historic Places. The federally designated Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District includes roughly 80 structures, such as the Mrs. Thomas H. Gale House, Nathan G. Moore Residence, Arthur Heurtley House, Frank Thomas House,...




 

 

Screen Shot 2014-12-08 at 7.44.16 AMDecember 4, 1973 was a special day for architecture lovers. As posted on the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust's Facebook page, it was on that day that Oak Park’s Frank Lloyd Wright-Prairie School of Architecture Historic District was added to the U.S. Register of Historic Places. The federally designated Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District includes roughly 80 structures, such as the Mrs. Thomas H. Gale House, Nathan G. Moore Residence, Arthur Heurtley House, Frank Thomas House, Edwin H. Cheney House, Oscar B. Balch House, and, of course, the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. Plan a visit to see why it was important to protect these places.

Photo credit: Tim Long


 

 

 
 
 

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