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June 8

Frank Lloyd Wright

1867 – Frank Lloyd Wright was born in Wisconsin. Considered by many to be America’s foremost architect, a champion of what is known as the Prairie Style, He built 532 homes and other buildings, including Unity Temple (Universalist) in Oak Park, Illinois; the First Unitarian Society of Madison, Wisconsin; the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo; and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. He was a member of the First Unitarian Society of Madison, Wisconsin.

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Emerson lodged at his grandparents’ home, the Old Manse, when he first moved to Concord. Courtesy of the Concord Free Public Library.

Emerson in Concord

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Balch, Emily Greene (1867-1961)

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Arthur Altmeyer

Altmeyer, Arthur (1891-1972)

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Carl Sagan

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