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Midway Gardens (1913-1914) was an entertainment complex on Chicago's South side, an extraordinary achievement of Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright supervised all of the cast concrete elements he called ''Sprites''. This pedestal is for the 31" Sprite sculptures. Dimensions: 11.5" tall x 11" x 9". Weight: 37 lbs.
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