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Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959

LC control no.n 79032932
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Personal name headingWright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959
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Variant(s)Laite, Fulanke Laoaide, 1867-1959
Rāyt, Frānk Lūyd, 1867-1959
Raĭt, Frank Lloĭd, 1867-1959
Raito, Furanku Roido, 1867-1959
Wright, Frank Lincoln, 1867-1959
Associated countryU.S.
Birth date1867-06-08
Death date1959-04-09
Place of birthRichland Center, Wis.
Place of deathPhoenix, Ariz.
Field of activityArchitecture Interior decoration Furniture design
Profession or occupationArchitect Interior designer
Architects Interior decorators Furniture designers Drafters
Found inHis Modern architecture, 1931.
WwasW Amer., v. 3 (Wright, Frank Lloyd; b. 6/8/1869; d. 4/9/59)
Web. Amer. biog., 1979 (Wright, Frank Lloyd (1869-1959))
Biog. index (Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1869-1959)
Encyc. Brit. (Wright, Frank Lloyd; b. 6/8/1867; d. 4/9/59)
Encyc. Amer. (Wright, Frank Lloyd; b. 6/8/1869; d. 4/9/59; Note: year of birth in dispute, Wright himself maintained 1869, his sister 1867)
Colliers (Wright, Frank Lloyd (1867-1959))
Acad. Amer. encyc. (Wright, Frank Lloyd; b. 6/8/1867; d. 4/9/59)
Teikoku Hoteru Raitokan, 2000: p. 11 (Furanku Roido Raito [in kana])
Yong yuan de jian zhu da shi, 2009: cover (Fulanke Laoaide Laite; Frank Lloyd Wright)
Wikipedia website, viewed Dec. 7, 2011 (Frank Lloyd Wright (born Frank Lincoln Wright, June 8, 1867-April 9, 1959) was an American architect, interior designer, writer and educator, who designed more than 1,000 structures and completed 500 works; soon after Wright turned 14 his parents separated. [After his parents divorce], Wright changed his middle name from Lincoln to Lloyd in honor of his mother's family, the Lloyd Joneses; b. in Richland Center, Wis.; d. Phoenix, Ariz.)
Union list of artist names, via WWW, May 8, 2013 (Wright, Frank Lloyd (American architect, 1867-1959); Architect, draftsman, furniture and interior designer and author)
Associated languageeng
Invalid LCCNsh 85148620