My Years Before, During, and After Living With Frank Lloyd Wright, and Various Contacts With Other People and PlacesPaperback - 2006
During the Great Depression, there were few clients coming to Frank Lloyd Wright for designs, so he turned to writing and lecturing. In 1932, he and his wife, Olgivanna, began the Taliesin Fellowship where 30 apprentices came to live and learn from the most influential and imaginative architect of the Twentieth Century. Earl Nisbet was one of those apprentices and Taliesin Reflections relates some of the day-to-day activities that occurred in the Taliesin Fellowship.
Publisher: Petaluma, Calif. : Meridian Press, c2006.
Branch Call Number: B NISBET EARL
Characteristics: xi, 226 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.