COST TO BUILD ENNIS

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Daviesguy97
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COST TO BUILD ENNIS

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I know Frank Lloyd Wright was fired from the project before it was complete, but does anyone know the projected cost or similar?

SDR
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Re: COST TO BUILD ENNIS

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Robert L Sweeney, who wrote a history and analysis of the house in 1994, does not mention its cost.

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Roderick Grant
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Re: COST TO BUILD ENNIS

Post by Roderick Grant »

I don't know what Ennis cost, but in the 50s, Gus Brown paid $150K for it.

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