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Danforth and Annie Pfeiffer Chapels Florida Southern College
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A view from the west of the Danforth and Annie Pfeiffer Chapels at Frank Lloyd Wright's Child of the Sun Campus at Florida Southern College in Lakeland Florida. This was Wright's longest commision, from 1938 till his death in 1959.The Danforth Chapel was designed and built after some grumbling about the "unusual" design of the Annie Pfeiffer.

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