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Frank Lloyd Wright had an affinity for gingko trees—one was planted on the grounds of his Home & Studio in Oak Park, IL that today is one of the largest you'll ever see. Here's a link to a blog post with some images and info about the Wright tree.
Image via www.bettendorf.com
Eric on Nov 18, 2010 at 09:18 AM in Architecture, Articles, Weblogs | Permalink
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