Frank Lloyd Wright, architect, 1867-1959
- Frank Lloyd Wright, architect, 1867-1959
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Frank Lloyd Wright was an American architect, interior designer, writer and educator. He was a leader of the Prarie School movement in architecture. In California, Wright built houses using the textile block system process in 1923 and 1924. In the Los Angeles area, Wright built the Hollyhock House, the Alice Millard House, the John Storer House, the Samuel Freeman House, the Ennis House, and the Anderton Court Shops.
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