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Light Screens Illustrated: The Stained Glass Windows of Frank Lloyd Wright

by Dennis J. Casey

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0972455973, Paperback)

An excellent reference book with over 140 color illustrations of windows designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Two basic styles of came (metal bars) are used in Wright's windows, colonial style and flat style. The book is divided into two parts showing how each of these style cames are used. Came stock numbers are indicated for each of the windows illustrated along with overall window sizes. Much of the detailed information in this book is not to be found elsewhere.

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