People, Sep. 10, 1956

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In Chicago, testy old (87) Architect Frank Lloyd Wright casually disclosed his latest high-flown fantasy: a one-mile-high, 510-story office building for the Loop. Topped with a 330-ft. TV antenna, it would be four times taller than the Empire State Building. "It's perfectly scientific, and perfectly feasible," he said, brushing aside questions on how he would get 100,000 office workers in and out of the building on time, or what he would do about the planes that cross the area at considerably less than 5,600...

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