Day Three- 1/4 Lap of America

The narrow stairway to the garage's right brought back memories of the 21inch wide hallways at Kentuck Knob where Wright based the width on the amount of space needed to carry packages through the corridors of Pullman train cars.
The red doorway at right leads into what was a "cool room" and ice storage area.

The statue is a copy of one he installed for a client. She seemed like a portal to upper and lower worlds.

Day Three- 1/4 Lap of America
Part 1 In Search of Taliesin~~ Part 2 Babies at the Visitor Center~~ Part 3 1st sight of Taliesin~~
Part 4 Outside Taliesin~~ Part 5 Sit-In @ Taliesin~~ Part 6 FLW's Gargae Page~~
Part 7 Angels @ the Portal~~ Part 8 Lower World~~ Part 9 Upper World~~
Part 10 Music Hall~~ Part 11 Entrance Court~~ Part 12 Odd Angles~~
Part 13 Exteriors~~ Part 14 Landscape Design~~ Part 15 Roof Tops~~
Part 16 Cherokee Red and Blue~~ Part 17 Organic @ Home ~~ Part 18 Unique Construction~~
Part 19 Decorative Accents~~ Part 20 His Toys~~ Part 21 Apprentice Quarters~~
Part 22 The Study~~ Part 23 Study Hall ~~ Part 24 Rooms Over There~~
Part 25 Main House~~ Part 26 Great Living Room~~ Part 27 Fireplace~~
Part 28 Fabrics, Ceiling~~ Part 29 Gold Leaf~~ Part 30 Mrs. Wright's Catwalk~~
Part 31 Intimate Public Spaces~~ Part 32 Last Look @ Taliesin~~ Part 33 The Store~~
Part 34 Lunch...~~ Part 35 Babies + Taliesin~~ Part 36 Route 78~~
Part 37 Back to Illinois~~ Part 38 Into Oak Park~~

1/4 Lap of America Frank Lloyd Wright Gumball Page

May 21-30, 2001

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