Posted 7 years ago
Richland Center, WI is the birthplace of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. He designed this 4-story red brick and concrete warehouse in 1915. It was built between 1917-1921 for A. D. German who was a commodities wholesaler. It was used to store sugar, flour, coffee, tobacco etc.
It is listed on the historic register. I couldn't get a picture of the whole building and didn't feel right (ha!) using another photographer's picture of this rare and beautiful F. L. Wright building.
Yes, I could have gotten in (picture 3) but a carload full of relatives was waiting...