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Unity Temple - Frank Lloyd Wright By Ryan Schmidt, Joshua Frank, Kevin Rohde
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This book is a reconstruction of part of Unity Temple designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Temple is currently damaged from water leaks and this analysis of the building is to document that condition... More > to be able to make corrections to the building.< Less
Nurture/Nature The Making of Frank Lloyd Wright By Anthology North Dakota State University
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Nurture, nature or both-what where the influences that created the greatest American architect in the 19th century. The work of this anthology was a project for a seminar on Wright to try and... More > discover and assemble important moments, people, places, who might have influenced his long creative career.< Less
Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Dear Bob, Dear Betty: Love and Marriage During the Great Depression By Elizabeth C Wright
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In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, two young people meet and fall in love. Llewellyn Wright (Bob), Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest son, whose adolescence was marked by the public... More > scandals surrounding his father’s private life, is struggling to begin a private law practice in Chicago. Elizabeth Kehler (Betty), daughter of a Chicago artist who abandoned the family when she was still in the womb, is working as an intake counselor at the Milwaukee Vocational School. Their fervent correspondence over a 10-month courtship period is witty, sassy and poignant, as they grapple with their passionate feelings and try to create a financially stable marriage in the midst of the 20th century’s most serious economic crisis. The couple’s daughter, a scholar of French literature, has written an Introduction telling their story before and after the courtship. 35 illustrations, extensive footnotes and an Index illuminate the family and social history behind the letters.< Less
Marin Civic Center By William Dwyer
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Photographs of the Marin Civic Center, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
Miscegenist Sabishii By Pepper Pace
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What do you do if you’re a black man in all ways except one; on the outside? That is the dilemma that Tony faces as a Japanese American raised in an all black urban neighborhood. Now as an... More > adult Tony finds himself attracted to black women but due to social taboos is unable to have a true relationship. Nikki likes Tony but finds herself attracted to his friend Dean, African American and sexy! Unfortunately he is not nearly the man that Tony is and by the time that she discovers this it may be too late. Pepper Paces' latest interracial erotic romance first appeared to rave reviews in Literotica.com as a three part story. Now all stories have been combined into one volume including a bonus epilogue!< Less
My Darla By Jason Elfert
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Stuart's grandfather, Havana based hoodlum Sol Styfler, dies and leaves 12-year old Stuart a kingpin's ransom in precious metal—five shipping crates packed with silver dollars. Stuart now has... More > the means, motive, and opportunity to help his friend Darla Hart dispose of her mother’s creepy and abusive boyfriend, Lyle Violet. This guy, says Darla, has “got to go.” When they hire one of Sol’s hitmen, Budge “The Bat” to do the job, Stuart and Darla learn a lesson or two about “honest” arrogance, a virtue passed down to Stuart, via Sol, from the great Frank Lloyd Wright; a virtue perhaps called into question back in 1914 when the architect’s home, “Taliesin,” was torched and eight of its residents ax murdered. Learning a life lesson only comes in handy if you manage to live long enough to put the lesson to some good use—not so easy when the hit on Lyle Violet goes very wrong and the hitman Budge the Bat decides it’s Stuart and Darla who’ve “got to go...”< Less