Frank Lloyd Wright: The World’s Greatest Architect

PD Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright © The Library Of Congress

With a brief personalised introduction by John Peter, Frank Lloyd Wright informally discusses his childhood, his experience working with Louis Sullivan, a number of his famous buildings, Taliesin, his life and architectural convictions with both criticism and humour.

This talk was recorded in 1955.

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