In June 1937 Frank Lloyd Wright attended the First All-Union Congress of Soviet Architects held in Moscow. His visit at the request of the Union of Soviet Architects is known mainly, in fact almost exclusively as a result of the American's own frenetic promotions, including his autobiography. The nature of his visit has not heretofore been objectively reported. As well, a paper he delivered has remained obscure in the absence of knowledge.

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