Summary: Listings and information about Frank Lloyd Wright's
All-Wright Site Links: [Building
Guide - top of page] [Building Guide -
Map] [All-Wright Site Main Page]
Building Guide listings for nearby locations:
The links on this page were last updated and verified
during the fall of 2000.
2 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in Kansas, and both of them
have Web resources which are indexed here, and both of them are
open to the public (see "The
Frank Lloyd Wright Tourist").
The image shown at left is of the Allen-Lambe House
House, from the
Wright's Allen-Lambe Museum Site.
This web page is part of the All-Wright
Site - Frank Lloyd Wright Building Guide, which contains
geographically organized listings of Wright's works in many
Individual building listings:
Henry J. Allen House (S.205),
Wichita, Kansas, 1915
This is one of the few Prairie houses west of the Mississippi.
For a similar home, check the Mayer May House,
Corbin Education Center (S.418),
Wichita, Kansas, 1957
The All-Wright Site - Frank Lloyd Wright
Building Guide (including
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times since (and including) 03/01/96, according to the digits.com web
Featured book for Kansas:
(A Deep Map): An Epic History of
the Tallgrass Prairie County. The American prairie was important
to Frank Lloyd Wright.
The long-awaited return of Heat-Moon, whose bestselling Blue Highways
(1983) ranged far and wide on the byways of America, offers a memorable
view of the American heartland--in the form of a splendid survey/view of a
single Kansas county [Chase County],
the location of the last remaining expanse of tall-grass prairie."
- Kirkus Reviews
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