SC Johnson to Display Frank Lloyd Wright Artifacts


RACINE, WI (AP).- The SC Johnson company plans to display a collection of artifacts highlighting Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence on families at the home starting next spring. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation said Thursday that it is providing a long-term loan of drawings, models, furniture, fixtures, photos and personal items to the Racine, Wis.-based company. The exhibition will start next spring and doesn’t have an end date. Frank Lloyd Wright, who grew up in Spring Green, designed the company’s Administration Building in 1936 and Research Tower in 1944. “SC Johnson is a natural fit for such a robust exhibit on home and family, and this is a wonderful opportunity for the foundation to continue educating the public about the works and legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright,” Jeff Grip, chairman of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Board of Trust