Stu Levitan welcomes Mark Borthwick, here to talk about his new biography of his second cousin thrice removed, A Brave and Lovely Woman: Mamah Borthwick and Frank Lloyd Wright, from […]
Madison, May 1962
Madison in the Sixties. May, 1962 Mayor Henry Reynolds scores two big victories on the night of Thursday, May 10, as the common council casts historic votes that will define […]
Nicholas D. Hayes, “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Forgotten House: How ...
Madison authors, topics, book events and publishers For his first show during the fall pledge drive, Stu Levitan welcomes Nicholas D. Hayes, author of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Forgotten House: How […]
Madison in the Sixties – the first week of June, 1961
Madison in the Sixties – the first week of June, 1961 Two months after businessman Henry Reynolds was elected mayor on a platform of killing the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Monona […]
Restoration of Spring Green building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright ge...
Wisconsin is dotted with Frank Lloyd Wright buildings. During his decades-long career, the famed architect designed structures ranging from the Monona Terrace to the Robert Lamp House — a single […]
Madison, the first week of April, 1961
Madison, the first week of April, 1961. As the municipal election of 1961 approached, no one expected Mayor Ivan Nestingen to be a candidate. The 39-year-old attorney and former state […]