Frank Lloyd Wright PBS Documentary DVD

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The Ken Burns documentary explores the later years of America's greatest architect Frank Lloyd Wright and defines his philosophy and architecture from the Taliesin Fellowship onward.

The 160-minute DVD brings one into Wright's world and how he changed the way we look at architecture. From Wright's mass-produced Usonian houses to postwar gas stations, to the fabulous spiral-ramped Guggenheim Museum, one can't help but be inspired by his genius.

Mr. Wright owned an Indiana-made Crosley automobile and L-29 Cord, both automobiles are part of the museum's collection.