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Traveling Wright: Frank Lloyd Wright Projects In The Great Plains
Carl E. Nelson

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After gazing upon Fallingwater, one of the most famous pieces of architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright in 2005, architect Carl Nelson began a journey. Standing in front of Fallingwater ignited a passion within Nelson and inspired him to travel across the United States visiting other Wright projects. Nelson and his wife meticulously researched and planned trips across Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Illinois and now their detailed itineraries are now available in Traveling Wright: Frank Lloyd Wright Projects In The Great Plains. Take your own Wright-inspired road trip guided by a book complete with maps, day-to-day itineraries, descriptions and photographs of twenty-three Wright landmarks. Nelson includes contact information for the sites which are open to the public. Whether you want to plan a road trip around Wright projects, like Nelson, or just include a couple Wright stops on your cross-country trip don’t travel across Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa or Illinois without Traveling Wright.

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