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Frank Lloyd Wright Esplanade view from Ordway Building
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Esplanade spreads out across the Child of the Sun campus at Florida Southern College. From the Lucius Pond Ordway building out to the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, Polk Science building and the Seminars. The columns of the Esplanade are Wright designed abstractions of the orange trees that once spread across ths property.  

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Uploaded: 23/09/2012
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