We’re excited to announce that the final manuscript for a new book, tentatively called “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Forgotten House,” will be sent in the next few weeks to the University of Wisconsin Press to prepare for publishing (release date to be announced.) We’re thrilled to be working with the creative and thoughtful team at UW Press, who began the process by soliciting expert reviewers to make valued suggestions on early drafts.
“…this is substantial and will have great interest as it fills in important gaps in our knowledge of one of the most important segments of Wright’s career.”
– Blind Peer Reviewer.
The protagonist in this story is the Elizabeth Murphy House, the tiny cottage in Shorewood Wisconsin designed by Wright that had been lost and was rediscovered in 2015. So the story begins by unravelling the mystery of how a house by the world’s most famous architect might become lost in the first place.
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*Image: The Elizabeth Murphy House in 1929. Photo courtesy: Shorewood Historical Society.