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The Walter House at Cedar Rock is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most complete signature designs. Nearly everything at Cedar Rock bears the architect’s imprint. Wright designed the furniture, chose the draperies, and even picked out the accessories.
The Usonian style house was constructed along the banks of the Wapsipinicon River near Quasqueton, Iowa, in 1950. Following Lowell Walter's death in 1981, the home was donated to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources and opened to the public for tours.
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