NATO spouses visit Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park

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By Community Editor

The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust was one of the cultural institutions in Chicago chosen for official NATO delegations to visit.

On Sunday, May 20, spouses of NATO ambassadors and foreign ministers from around the world were treated to an in-depth tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Home and Studio in Oak Park.

Celeste Adams, president and CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, as well as Nichole Markley Lindhardt, Vice Chair of the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust's Board of Directors, greeted the group of spouses.

The Home and Studio was the first stop on a two-day, full immersion visit to Chicago's cultural institutions.

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amie c  

Posted: May 23rd, 2012 9:27 AM

Well done - I am glad to see Oak Park and the FLW home and studio included in Chicago's cultural institutions tour (as it should be) and I applaud the individual(s) who drove the agenda! Keep up the great work!

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