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Harold Price, Jr. House (1954)

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The Harold Price Jr. House, also known as Hillside, is a Usonian house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1953 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The house was commissioned by Harold Price Jr., the son of H.C. Price, the founder of the H.C. Price Company. Wright also designed the Price Tower for H.C. Price and […]

Price Tower (1952)

Price Tower

The Price Tower is a 19-story, 221-foot tall skyscraper in Bartlesville, Oklahoma that was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1956. The building was originally designed in 1929 as a cluster of apartments for New York City, but that plan didn’t come to fruition.  Price wanted to build a building that would […]

Westhope (1929)


Richard Lloyd Jones was a prominent journalist and publisher in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was the founder and publisher of the Tulsa Tribune, and he was also a successful businessman and investor. In 1929, Jones commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a house for him and his wife, Georgia. The house, which was named Westhope, was […]