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US-BUFFALO-FRANKLLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR2SYKL 
October 21, 2011 
The hood ornament of a 1934 Pierce Arrow Brunn car is seen at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow... 
Buffalo, UNITED STATES 
The hood ornament of a car is seen at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum in Buffalo 
The hood ornament of a 1934 Pierce Arrow Brunn car is seen at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum where construction is underway for building a filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo October 15, 2011. Wright's long-envisioned gas station of the future will finally open next year in Buffalo - some 80 years after the project was first approved. The museum is building the filling station, with above-ground tanks and a pitched copper roof, as a showpiece exactly as Wright drew it up. Picture taken October 15, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY) 
US-BUFFALO-FRANKLLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR2SYKK 
October 21, 2011 
A "Playboy" automobile, made in Buffalo, is seen at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum where... 
Buffalo, UNITED STATES 
A Playboy automobile, made in Buffalo, is seen at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum in Buffalo... 
A "Playboy" automobile, made in Buffalo, is seen at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum where construction is underway for building a filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo October 15, 2011. Wright's long-envisioned gas station of the future will finally open next year in Buffalo - some 80 years after the project was first approved. The museum is building the filling station, with above-ground tanks and a pitched copper roof, as a showpiece exactly as Wright drew it up. Picture taken October 15, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY) 
US-BUFFALO-FRANKLLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR2SYKI 
October 21, 2011 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, sits in a 1934 Pierce Arrow... 
Buffalo, UNITED STATES 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, sits in a car in the museum... 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, sits in a 1934 Pierce Arrow Brunn car in the museum where construction is underway for building a filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo October 15, 2011. Wright's long-envisioned gas station of the future will finally open next year in Buffalo - some 80 years after the project was first approved. The museum is building the filling station, with above-ground tanks and a pitched copper roof, as a showpiece exactly as Wright drew it up. Picture taken October 15, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY) 
US-BUFFALO-FRANKLLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR2SYKG 
October 21, 2011 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, stands in the museum where... 
Buffalo, UNITED STATES 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, stands in the museum in Buffalo... 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, stands in the museum where construction is underway for building a filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo October 15, 2011. Wright's long-envisioned gas station of the future will finally open next year in Buffalo - some 80 years after the project was first approved. The museum is building the filling station, with above-ground tanks and a pitched copper roof, as a showpiece exactly as Wright drew it up. Picture taken October 15, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY) 
US-BUFFALO-FRANKLLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR2SYKF 
October 21, 2011 
A view of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum during the construction of the filling station... 
Buffalo, UNITED STATES 
A view of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum during the construction of the filling station... 
A view of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum during the construction of the filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo October 15, 2011. The filling station's foundation is visible in the foreground. Wright's long-envisioned gas station of the future will finally open next year in Buffalo - some 80 years after the project was first approved. The museum is building the filling station, with above-ground tanks and a pitched copper roof, as a showpiece exactly as Wright drew it up. Picture taken October 15, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
US-BUFFALO-FRANKLLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR2SYKB 
October 21, 2011 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, gestures in the museum where... 
Buffalo, UNITED STATES 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, gestures in the museum in Buffalo... 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, gestures in the museum where construction is underway for building a filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo October 15, 2011. Wright's long-envisioned gas station of the future will finally open next year in Buffalo - some 80 years after the project was first approved. The museum is building the filling station, with above-ground tanks and a pitched copper roof, as a showpiece exactly as Wright drew it up. Picture taken October 15, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY) 
US-BUFFALO-FRANKLLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR2SYJO 
October 21, 2011 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, gestures in the museum where... 
Buffalo, UNITED STATES 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, gestures in the museum in Buffalo... 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, gestures in the museum where construction is underway for building a filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo October 15, 2011. Wright's long-envisioned gas station of the future will finally open next year in Buffalo - some 80 years after the project was first approved. The museum is building the filling station, with above-ground tanks and a pitched copper roof, as a showpiece exactly as Wright drew it up. Picture taken October 15, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
US-BUFFALO-FRANKLLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR2SYJF 
October 21, 2011 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, gestures in front of a row... 
Buffalo, UNITED STATES 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, gestures in front of a row... 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, gestures in front of a row of cars in the museum where construction is underway for building an addition which will feature a filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo October 15, 2011. Wright's long-envisioned gas station of the future will finally open next year in Buffalo - some 80 years after the project was first approved. The museum is building the filling station, with above-ground tanks and a pitched copper roof, as a showpiece exactly as Wright drew it up. Picture taken October 15, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY) 
US-BUFFALO-FRANKLLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR2SYJE 
October 21, 2011 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, stands in front of a row of... 
Buffalo, UNITED STATES 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, stands in front of a row of... 
James Sandoro, founder of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, stands in front of a row of cars in the museum where construction is underway for building an addition which will feature a filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo October 15, 2011. Wright's long-envisioned gas station of the future will finally open next year in Buffalo - some 80 years after the project was first approved. The museum is building the filling station, with above-ground tanks and a pitched copper roof, as a showpiece exactly as Wright drew it up. Picture taken October 15, 2011. REUTERS/Doug Benz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
SPAIN/
RTXPUZN 
October 21, 2009 
A model shows a 1947 design named "Pittsburgh Point Park Civic Center" by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd... 
Bilbao, Spain 
A model shows a 1947 design by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao 
A model shows a 1947 design named "Pittsburgh Point Park Civic Center" by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao October 21, 2009. The design has never been constructed. The exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright", the largest monograph about the iconic architect shown in Europe, with over two hundred original drawings, models and digital animations, opens October 22 and runs until February 14, 2010. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SOCIETY) 
SPAIN
RTXPUZI 
October 21, 2009 
A model shows a 1947 design named "Pittsburgh Point Park Civic Center" by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd... 
Bilbao, Spain 
A model shows a 1947 design by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao 
A model shows a 1947 design named "Pittsburgh Point Park Civic Center" by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao October 21, 2009. The design has never been constructed. The exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright", the largest monograph about the iconic architect shown in Europe, with over two hundred original drawings, models and digital animations, opens October 22 and runs until February 14, 2010. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTXPUZE 
October 21, 2009 
A visitor looks at a model of a 1947 design named "Huntingdon Hartford Sports Club and Play Resort" by... 
Bilbao, Spain 
A visitor looks at a model of a 1947 design by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim museum... 
A visitor looks at a model of a 1947 design named "Huntingdon Hartford Sports Club and Play Resort" by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao October 21, 2009. The exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright", the largest monograph about the iconic architect shown in Europe, with over two hundred original drawings, models and digital animations, opens October 22 and runs until February 14, 2010. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTXPUZ7 
October 21, 2009 
A model shows a 1927-31 design named "St. Marks in the Bouwerie Towers" by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd... 
Bilbao, Spain 
A model shows a 1927-31 design named "St. Marks in the Bouwerie Towers" by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd... 
A model shows a 1927-31 design named "St. Marks in the Bouwerie Towers" by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao October 21, 2009. The design has never been constructed. The exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright", the largest monograph about the iconic architect shown in Europe, with over two hundred original drawings, models and digital animations, opens October 22 and runs until February 14, 2010. The model is being reflected on a shiny black table. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTXPUZ3 
October 21, 2009 
A model shows a 1924 design named the "Automobile Objective and Planetarium" by U.S. architect Frank... 
Bilbao, Spain 
A model shows a 1924 design named the "Automobile Objective and Planetarium" by U.S. architect Frank... 
A model shows a 1924 design named the "Automobile Objective and Planetarium" by U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao October 21, 2009. The design has never been constructed. The exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright", the largest monograph about the iconic architect shown in Europe, with over two hundred original drawings, models and digital animations, opens October 22 and runs until February 14, 2010. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTXPUYO 
October 21, 2009 
A visitor watches an archive television interview with U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim... 
Bilbao, Spain 
A visitor watches an archive television interview with U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim... 
A visitor watches an archive television interview with U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao October 21, 2009. The exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright", the largest monograph about the iconic architect shown in Europe, with over two hundred original drawings, models and digital animations, opens October 22 and runs until February 14, 2010. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN SOCIETY) 
ARTS-LLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR24UBZ 
June 20, 2009 
A window in Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
A window in Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles 
A window in Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot Los Angeles estate that served as a location for films such as "Blade Runner" is for sale for $15 million, Christie's said on Friday. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS) 
ARTS-LLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR24UBY 
June 20, 2009 
A sign is displayed outside Ennis House in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
A sign is displayed outside Ennis House in Los Angeles 
A sign is displayed outside Ennis House in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot Los Angeles estate that served as a location for films such as "Blade Runner" is for sale for $15 million, Christie's said on Friday. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS) 
ARTS-LLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR24UBX 
June 20, 2009 
The gate of Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
The gate of Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles 
The gate of Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot Los Angeles estate that served as a location for films such as "Blade Runner" is for sale for $15 million, Christie's said on Friday. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS) 
ARTS-LLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR24UBV 
June 20, 2009 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot Los Angeles estate that served as a location for films such as "Blade Runner" is for sale for $15 million, Christie's said on Friday. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS) 
ARTS-LLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR24UBU 
June 20, 2009 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot Los Angeles estate that served as a location for films such as "Blade Runner" is for sale for $15 million, Christie's said on Friday. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS) 
ARTS-LLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR24UBT 
June 20, 2009 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot Los Angeles estate that served as a location for films such as "Blade Runner" is for sale for $15 million, Christie's said on Friday. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS) 
ARTS-LLOYDWRIGHT/
RTR24UBS 
June 20, 2009 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles 
Ennis House is pictured in Los Angeles June 19, 2009. Frank Lloyd Wright's famed, long-endangered 6,000-square-foot Los Angeles estate that served as a location for films such as "Blade Runner" is for sale for $15 million, Christie's said on Friday. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS) 
USA
RTR1721G 
March 10, 2006 
The furniture and fixtures from the Frank Lloyd Wright Suite from the Plaza Hotel are displayed at Christie's... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Furniture and fixtures are displayed at Christie's auction preview for selected contents at The Plaza... 
The furniture and fixtures from the Frank Lloyd Wright Suite from the Plaza Hotel are displayed at Christie's auction preview for selected contents at The Plaza Hotel in New York City March 10, 2006. The auction will take place on March 15. REUTERS/Peter Foley 
USA
RTR17219 
March 10, 2006 
A photograph of architect Frank Lloyd Wright is seen on display along with furniture at Christie's auction... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Photograph of architect Wright is seen on display along with furniture at Christie's auction preview... 
A photograph of architect Frank Lloyd Wright is seen on display along with furniture at Christie's auction preview for selected contents at The Plaza Hotel in New York City March 10, 2006. The auction will take place on March 15. REUTERS/Peter Foley 
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