Did you know that America's most famous architect had a love of fast cars and a "lead foot" to go with it?
It's true. As his son John once said of his father's driving, "Dad was kept busy paying fines."
Wright actually designed buildings with universal car ownership in mind; that was something new. In fact, it was Wright who coined the term "carport."
Wright loved his cars so much that he even installed gas pumps in the garage of his Oak Park, Illinois, home!
So what better way to celebrate the architect's love of speed than with our handy Frank Lloyd Wright Address Labels? Thanks to their self-adhesive backing you just peel and stick -- there's no need to write your name and address on every envelope.
Hurry -- order yours today; we feel certain Mr. Wright would approve!
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