This undated image provided by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy shows the home that Wright, the famous architect, built for his son in Phoenix, Ariz.. The city council is considering granting the house landmark designation to temporarily protect it from being torn down by the developer who currently owns it. In the meantime, along with other historic homes on self-guided tours, it’s one of a number of free things to see and do in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Scott Jarson, azarchitecture.com)
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