This presentation explores the complex relationship among four giants in American history that all intersect around the turn of the 19th to 20th century in Buffalo, New York. John Larkin, owner of one of the largest soap companies in the world, Elbert Hubbard, mastermind behind the Roycroft Campus, businessman Darwin D. Martin, and the world famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Their joint relationship would help create four architectural treasures; the Larkin Administration building, the Martin House, Graycliff, and the Roycroft Campus, which are once again beckoning people today.
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LECTURE: The Dirty Story Behind Four Architectural Treasures (Virtual)
May 20 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT$20.00
The Roycroft Campus is offering its Spring 2023 Lecture Series. Presentations will be offered in-person on Wednesdays evening at 7pm in the Power House and virtually through Zoom on Saturdays at 11am.
The Dirty Story Behind the Birth of Four Architectural Treasures
Saturday, May 20th at 11am EST – VIRTUAL
FREE for Roycroft Campus Members. Members please call the Roycroft Campus to register for this program, or call to become a Member at 716-655-0261.
This cost of this lecture is $20 per person. click here.
Guests registered can attend either in-person, virtual or both presentations. Zoom link will be sent in a separate email the week of the class.