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Take a trip on Wisconsin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Trail this Summer


His American System-Built Homes were a short-lived venture between 1915 and 1917 ... Wright envisioned that his “dream civic center” would link the shores of Lake Monona with the Wisconsin State Capitol. Though Wright first proposed the project ...


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