Saturday, May 07, 2005

Ceremony for Wright Wisconsin buildings named National Historic Landmarks

Three buildings designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the Madison area will be honored today as National Historic Landmarks.

The First Unitarian Society Meeting House in Shorewood Hills will be the site of a plaque giving ceremony for that building and two others built from the 1930s to the 50s.

The U-S Department of the Interior named the buildings as landmarks in the last two years but the owners never received their plaques.

In a ceremony this afternoon at the Meeting House, that will finally happen.

The celebration will include a Welsh hymn with recorded words by Wright.

Read more at ABC7Chicago.Com

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