Friday, February 11, 2005

Wisconsin Historical Society Aquires Rare Photographs

The society is planning a daylong public showing Tuesday in the Governor's Conference Room at the State Capitol.

There are 32 photos in all, and they show the first Taliesin, Wright's Spring Green area home and studio, in the spring of 1912. Several of the more historically and architecturally significant photos will be scanned and made into blown-up prints for the exhibit. The tentative plan is also to have the photo album itself on exhibit, perhaps inside a glass case for security. The society hopes to have other Wright-related items on display as well.


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