People, Nov. 14, 1955

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Paying his first visit to Miami in some 20 years, Architectitan Frank Lloyd Wright, 86, duly paid the city's palm-fringed structures his typical disrespects. In a word, after a look at a flossy row of hotels and cottages: "Horrible." Critic Wright, from the height of his years, lowered the boom on the locals: "Miamians are living in houses pigs would be ashamed to live in." One hotel was summarily dismissed: "Worse than an anthill." Miamians were slow to lash back at Wright; he had not...

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