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Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright was born in Richland Center, Wisconsin, on June 8, 1867. Widely considered one of America's greatest and most influential architects, Wright designed over 1100 projects. He died in Arizona in 1959. All of these images are available for purchase at http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/whi/

Frank Lloyd Wright and Olgivanna Wright in a Crosley Car Frank Lloyd Wright and Olgivanna Wright in a Crosley Car

Frank Lloyd Wright and Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, motoring in the country in a Crosley car. 1948.
   
Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright

Studio portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
Young Frank Lloyd Wright Young Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright as a young man.
   
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright and his wife Olgivanna, seated together reading in the living room at Taliesin
   
Frank Lloyd Wright's Funeral Procession Frank Lloyd Wright's Funeral Procession

View of the funeral procession of Frank Lloyd Wright to Unity Chapel Cemetary. His body is carried in a horse drawn vehicle with a group of people marching behind.
   
Frank Lloyd Wright's Funeral Procession Frank Lloyd Wright's Funeral Procession

Side view of the funeral procession of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, with Taliesin seen in the center background. Following the farm wagon hearse are Wright's wife and his daughter Iovanna, as well as former students and members of the Wright Fellowship.
   
Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright

Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright in middle age
   
Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright sits by a sunlit window, with papers spread before him on a table.
   
Frank Lloyd Wright as a Young Child Frank Lloyd Wright as a Young Child

Frank Lloyd Wright as a young child. The photograph was made in McGregor, Iowa, where Wright's father briefly served a Baptist congregation as minister after leaving his parish in Richland Center, Wisconsin.
   
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