John Howe: How Frank Lloyd Wright's right-hand man flourished in Minnesota

By John Reinan
Star Tribune

Hession_John coverIf you want to own a Frank Lloyd Wright home in Minnesota, we’ll tell you Howe.

That’s John Howe, who spent more than 25 years as the literal right-hand man of the 20th-century architectural giant — then, after Wright’s death, opened an office in Minneapolis and built more than 120 Wright-inspired commissions, mostly in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa.

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