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Title Citizens for Monona Terrace Plan Committee materials
Dates of Creation 1955-1957
Physical Description 1 folder
Language of Material English
Scope & Content The Citizens for Monona Terrace Plan Committee Materials include promotional and press items used by the group to put forward the cause of using Frank Lloyd Wright's Monona Terrace Plan to build a civic center along the shore of Lake Monona in Madison, Wisconsin. The materials include two copies of a brochure advocating a partnership between city and state officials on the project; copies of blank petition forms asking for this partnership; a fact sheet detailing a sample of public opinion on the Monona Terrace project throughout the state of Wisconsin; and clippings detailing the controversy surrounding the project and the passage of the Metzner bill by the Republican-controlled State Assembly which prohibited the construction of any building exceeding 20 feet in height in Madison's Law Park area.
Archival History Presented by Donna Hartshorne, Oregon, Wisconsin, October 28, 1997. 1997.020
People Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959
Subjects Architecture
Community service
Places1 Madison (Wis.)
Institutions1 Citizens for Monona Terrace Plan Committee (Madison, Wis.)
Institutions2 Monona Terrace (Madison, Wis.)
Object Name Materials
Other Creators Citizens for Monona Terrace Plan Committee (Madison, Wis.)
Call Number ARM 97-02
Catalog ID Number 1997.020.0001