"Romeo and Juliet"
presents the history of the Romeo and Juliet Windmill, designed, by Frank Lloyd Wright
, as an education symbol for the Hillside Home School, run by his aunts, in the Spring Green, Wisconsin valley, where he was born, raised and knew every contour of the land. It is the landmark
to which his gaze was directed on awakening, visible from his bedroon at Taliesin
, the home he built in 1911 on his family's farmland. The history is presented by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer
, director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives
Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, tells of the history of the windmill built in 1896. An excerpt from a formal gathering to celebrate it's restoration completed in 1992.
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