Peter L. Goss, Emeritus professor will present a talk on Salt Lake City architect Taylor Woolley and his 1920 design of the First National Bank of Murray. After apprenticing with several Utah architects Woolley was encouraged to go to Chicago to apprentice under a well-known architect. He ended up in Frank Lloyd Wright’s office and worked for him for nearly a decade on various projects. In 1910 Wright invited Woolley and Wright’s architect son Lloyd to Florence Italy to help produce a series of 100 plates of his work that would be published as a portfolio.
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