Slideshow> Frank Lloyd Wright Archive Moving to New York

East, National
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
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Unity Temple, Oak Park, IL. 1904.

Unity Temple, Oak Park, IL. 1904. (Courtesy The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives/Avery/MoMA)

This morning AN reported that a massive collection of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural drawings, photographs, models, and more are heading to a new home at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Columbia University’s Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, opening up the archive to academic and scholarly research. For your enjoyment, below is a sampling of the treasures encompassed in the collection and a video about the news.

Click on a thumbnail to launch the slideshow. All images courtesy the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives/Avery/MoMA unless noted otherwise.

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