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Frank Lloyd Wright writes to Senator Barry Goldwater

WRIGHT, Frank Lloyd   (1867-1959). American architect, interior designer and writer. He designed more than 1,000 structures. Wright was the most influential architect of his time.  He adapted his buildings to the local environment using the colors, forms and textures of nature to furnish the aesthetic as well as the functional requirements of those that would inhabit the structure. Wright's most notable structures are the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo (1922); Fallingwater in Mill Run, Pennsylvania (1936); and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City (1959), along with his homes Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin (1911); and Taliesin West in Phoenix, Arizona (1938). He also wrote several books, including An Organic Architecture (1939), When Democracy Builds (1946), and An American Architecture (1955).  Typed letter signed, one page, December 5, 1955 on his Taliesin letterhead. United States Senator from Arizona, Barry Goldwater, Washington, D.C. U.S.A.  “Dear Senator Barry M. Goldwater.  I want to thank you for your generous donation this year to the Apprenticeship program in Arizona.  The young men in the fellowship are deeply grateful my dear friend.  We hope to see you in the desert for the Phoenix Open!  Appreciation, frank Lloyd Wright Architect.”
The bold ink signature of Frank Lloyd Wright is a 10 out of a 10. The typing is light in some places probably in need of a new ribbon but all readable.   Two small tears expertly repaired on the verso not affecting the appearance of the letter. Together with a portrait of Wright, a perfect pair for framing
...........................$550.00




Stephen Koschal ~ Quality Autographs & Signed Books
Serving Collectors, Libraries, Institutions, Autograph Galleries and Dealers with
Autographs and Signed Books in all Fields of Collecting Since 1967.

7155 Sand Crest View, Colorado Springs, CO 80923 USA ~ Phone (561) 315-3622 ~ skoschal@aol.com