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On the hunt for a long-lost ASBH? This could help.

If you, like many fans of Frank Lloyd Wright, are on the hunt for a long-lost American System-Built Home, here is a simple tool that you can use in your field work and that may tell you if you're warm.

Growing up Wright (and Wrong…)

Unlike the Lovness family, the Kibbies were not able to savor their experience living in a Frank Lloyd Wright home for many reasons, and right or wrong, they blamed Wright for much of it.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Forgotten House – The Book, Coming Spring 2021

The new book Frank Lloyd Wright’s Forgotten House - How an Omission Transformed the Architect’s Legacy, published by the University of Wisconsin Press, will be on store shelves in the spring of 2021.

Arthur Richards had a different idea than Frank Lloyd Wright

For Wright, American System-Built Homes met a complex design challenge: to create affordable beautiful modest homes. But for Richards, the ASBH program was one item on vast menu of real estate products he could offer.

Appreciating an Art Teacher for Teaching Art Appreciation

This week is #TeacherAppreciationWeek. It's also the seventh week of stay-at-home and that Angela - our matriarch and the amazing Art Teacher at Atwater School - has retooled her curriculum for remote learning. Today and tomorrow she's preparing 5,000 pre-covid pieces for distribution to families!

Sunday Morning Forum (April 5th): Join the Hayeses on a virtual (Zoom) tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home for the People.

Since CoVid-19 has made it impossible to attend a First Church Sunday Morning Forum in body, let's get together in spirit and look at the work of one of our own.