JOURNAL OA+D 5:1
ORGANIC ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN
VOL. 5 / NO. 1
40 pages :: Essay by William Blair Scott, Jr.
This issue concentrates on a short but important chapter in the life of William Wesley Peters — the brief period after he left the Taliesin Fellowship in 1933 and set up a private practice in his hometown of Evansville, Indiana. This would be the only period when Wes would have an independent practice unassociated with Frank Lloyd Wright and deserves closer examination as to its impact on his architectural development.
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