Frank Lloyd Wright House

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P1000817.JPGAug. 2012 FLW_BoyntonHouse.jpg[WWW]Library of Congress Photo

16 East Blvd, Rochester, NY 14610 [Directions]

In 1908, [wikipedia]Frank Lloyd Wright built a prairie-style house at 16 East Boulevard, in Rochester, NY, for Edward E. Boynton. His behavior during the construction of this house was markedly eccentric. He shunned companionship and lived on the lot, sheltering himself from the elements only with the help of a simple lean-to, and subsisted mainly on a diet of uncooked carrots.

The house is located between East and Park Avenues. It is part of the East Avenue Historic District.

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2009-03-05 04:46:30   Chased down lots of online articles about Wright and Boynton house, but could not find reference to the diet of uncooked carrots. Anyone have info on the source? —BradMandell