WRIGHT AND NEW YORK: The Making of America's Architect
Booming 1920s New York connected Wright with important clients and commissions that would define his role in modern architecture. It also became a protagonist at the end of Wright's life, as he spent his final years working on the Guggenheim Museum, the building that would cement his legacy. Photos.
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