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Taliesin I Hayloft



Taliesin I Hayloft
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Title: Taliesin I Hayloft
Description: Taliesin I hayloft as seen from the courtyard. The statue, "Flower in a Crannied Wall", stands on a stone pillar. A cow and a calf can be seen through the passageway under the hayloft.

Image ID: 83020
Creation
Date:
1912 ca.
Creator
Name:
Henry Fuermann and Sons
City, State: Wyoming, Town of, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Henry Fuermann and Sons. Taliesin I and II Photographs, 1911-1913, 1915
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Gardens
Housing
Sculpture
Plants
Trees
Dwellings
Architectural details
Architecture
Outdoor photography
Historic sites
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959
Stone walls
Cows and Cattle
Chimneys
Buildings
 

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