by Edgar Jr. Kaufmann. Published by The Architectural History Foundation and The MIT Press, 1989. First edition. Hardcover, cloth. Quarto. 158.pp, illustrated. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket.
“An original view of Frank Lloyd Wright emerges from these nine essays by Edgar Kaufmann, jr., a leading authority on Wright. For more than 50 years Kaufmann has studied this famous American architect – as a member of the Taliesin Fellowship, as a participant in the building of Fallingwater (perhaps Wright’s best known work it was inherited by the author), and as a writer, editor, and teac