Summary: Listings and information about Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in the state of Montana.
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There were three buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright built in the state of Montana. These consisted of two resorts built in the first phase of his career, and a more recent medical building.

Building Listings:

Como Orchard Summer Colony, Darby, Montana, 1908.
This complex is mostly demolished, but two buildings remain.

Bitter Root Inn, Stevensville, Montana, 1908. Demolished.
This inn was promoted along with the Como Orchard project. Some of burned down in 1924. It is now open to the public.

Lockridge Medical Center, Whitefish, Montana, 1958.

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