Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation leader talks historic homes

Ellis-Shackelford House. Courtesy AZ Humanities.

By Jackie Young | DPJ

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The leader of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation believes the best way to preserve a historic home is to make it a living legacy to the values of those who created it.

Stuart Graff, a corporate lawyer who is president and chief executive officer of the foundation and whose lifelong passion is historic preservation, came to the Arizona Humanities home, the historic Ellis-Shackelford House, recently to discuss the best ways to present historic homes for public education.

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