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Frank Lloyd Wright's Polk Science Building at FSC
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A sunset view, west facade, of the Polk Science Building at Frank Lloyd Wrights Child of the Sun campus. And the east elevation of the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. The Chapel was the first building completed here and Polk Science, the last. Polk Science has seen some extensive renovations. The last in 2000 brought much of it back to it's original design. The roof, however, shows evidence of some extensive HVAC upgrades. 

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