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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 23, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified Feb 22, 2012

Last night, my wife and I attended a lecture by Tim Samuelson, the Cultural Historian for the City of Chicago, that he gave at the annual meeting of the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust. The lecture was a little advance preview on the topic of "The Roots of Wright" that will be the focus of a new exhibit in Chicago organized by Tim--tentatively scheduled to open June 1, 2012. It was a great presentation with...




 

 

Screen shot 2012-02-22 at 9.38.47 AMLast night, my wife and I attended a lecture by Tim Samuelson, the Cultural Historian for the City of Chicago, that he gave at the annual meeting of the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust.

The lecture was a little advance preview on the topic of "The Roots of Wright"  that will be the focus of a new exhibit in Chicago organized by Tim--tentatively scheduled to open June 1, 2012. It was a great presentation with lots of new facts (like who really deserves credit for the Charnley House) and interesting finds that help explain what helped make Wright "Wright."

As more details of the exhibit are announced, we'll keep you all informed.

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