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FLW Pauson House

Building the Pauson House: The Letters of Frank Lloyd Wright and Rose Pauson

by Allan Wright Green

Never before published drawings and letters by Frank Lloyd Wright

On April 11, 1943, in the desert hills of Phoenix, Arizona, Frank Lloyd Wright's Pauson House burned to the ground. The fire had erupted just one year after the building's completion. But the complete obliteration of this remarkable structure was avoided by way of an astounding archive of letters between Wright (American, 1867-1959) and his client, artist Rose Pauson.

Code: 90999

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