Anthea Hartig

Director, National Trust for Historic Preservation's Western Office

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Director of the western office of the National Trust for Historic Preservation

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Frank Lloyd Wright  built four textile-block houses, all in Southern California and it's rare that two are on the market at the same time.

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Frank Lloyd Wright built four textile-block houses, all in Southern California and it's rare that two are on the market at the same time.

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