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Built in 1912 and demolished 60 years later to the chagrin of many. The house featured a 55-foot living room that can now be viewed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The library was also saved and can be seen at the Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA. Looking at the windows, an ironworker would think of steel girders, a Frenchman might think of Eiffel. Except for a small amount of white opal the windows are colorless. There is a small red square (Wright’s signature) in some of the windows. The came is flat zinc with a bronze patina.

Wayzata, MN - 1912
 
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Francis W. Little House Bedroom Window
LITL-W1
19" x 40"
$12.50
Francis W. Little House Bedroom Window
LITL-W2
19" x 40"
$20.00
Francis W. Little House Library Window
LITL-W3
8 15/16" x 44 1/4"
$12.50
Francis W. Little House Library Window
LITL-W4
17 3/4" x 44 1/4"
$12.50
Francis W. Little House Living Room Window
LITL-W5
7 9/16" x 53 9/16"
$13.50
Francis W. Little House Living Room Window
LITL-W6
23 3/16" x 53 9/16"
$14.50
Francis W. Little House Living Room Window
LITL-W7
23 3/16" x 53 9/16"
$25.00
Francis W. Little House Living Room Window
LITL-W8
23 3/16" x 53 9/16"
$12.00
Francis W. Little House Living Room Window
LITL-W9
23 3/16" x 23 3/16"
$11.50
 


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