Christmas is right around the corner and we've got a some Wright-related holiday cheer all wrapped up in this week's Wright Society Newsletter. There's lots of goodies to enjoy reading and exploring, including: News about the Winslow House; a Taliesin Apprentice documentary; a Usonian video tour; and an update on the Lockridge Medical Building saga.
Happy Holidays and as always Keep Calm and Wright On!
Wright's Winslow House Finally Sells
Crain's Chicago Business reports that Frank Lloyd Wright's first independent commission, the William H. Winslow House in River Forest, IL has finally sold for $1.375 million dollars. Follow the link to learn more. Read more.
Meet Albert C. Ledner
Curbed.com features an article on architect and Taliesin Apprentice, Albert C. Ledner. Albert’s daughter Catherine and her cousin Roy Beeson have been working for the past 2 years on a film documentary about her father called "Designing Life". Follow the link to learn more. Read more.
Video Tour Of Wright's Weisblat House
Frank Lloyd Wright's Christine and David Weisblat House located in the Wright-designed community called "The Acres" in Galesburg, MI is on the market for $510,000. Check out the listing and follow the link to see a video walk-through of this remarkable Usonian. Read more.
Fate Of Wright's Lockridge Medical Clinic Still Uncertain
The Daily Inter Lake reports that the fate of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Lockridge Medical Clinic in Whitefish, Montana is still uncertain, with the developer who owns it trying to decide between selling, moving it, or demolishing it. Follow the link to read more on this saga. Read more.
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