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Make the most of your time in Oak Park and enjoy a complete Wright experience. Choose one ofour Oak Park Combination Tours.

Enjoy a guided tour of Wright’s first Home, where he experimented with design concepts and the adjacent Studio, where the Prairie style was developed. Then, just three blocks away, take a self-guided audio tour of Unity Temple, designed in the Oak Park Studio and considered the greatest public building of his Prairie era. Unity Temple announced a new era of innovation in modern architecture.

The 45-minute self-guided tour of Unity Temple may be taken prior or after the confirmed time for your guided Home and Studio tour.

Home and Studio tours are offered daily. Unity Temple hours of operation:

This tour is free for Trust members! For member reservations: Visit our museum shops or call the ticket sales line at 312.994.4000 ext. 1. The ticket sales line is available 7 days a week 9 am – 5 pm CT.

This tour is free for Trust members! For member reservations:

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Tour the Home and Studio, where Wright and his associates developed a new American architecture – the Prairie style, and also take a self-guided walking tour of the surrounding residences that were designed in the Studio. The audio tour of the historic neighborhood features the exteriors of a rich selection of Wright-designed structures.

“I've done this tour twice now and have enjoyed it each time. Great little history lesson and glimpse into the life of Frank Lloyd Wright, some fabulous architecture, and interior design. FLW fans will enjoy this for sure, but anyone who can appreciate good design, architecture, art, history, etc. should enjoy it too.” -

Oct. 14 – Open House Chicago Free admission from 9 am to 4 pm Guided tours not offered on this date For more information, call 312.994.4000 x1

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio is a three-block walk from Unity Temple. Make the most of your time. Tour both.

The neighborhood surrounding the Home and Studio has the greatest concentration of Wright-designed structures anywhere in the world.

The Historic Neighborhood Walking Tour features:

1. Courtyard 2. Frank Lloyd Wright Studio 3. Frank Lloyd Wright Home 4. Arthur B. Heurtley House 5. The Charles A. Purcell House 6. Laura Gale House 7. Peter A. Beachy House 8. Frank Thomas House 9. Hills-Decaro House 10. Nathan G. Moore House

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Ice on the launch tower hours before launch

The Thiokol engineers had also argued that the low overnight temperatures (−8°C (18°F) the evening prior to launch) would almost certainly result in SRB temperatures below their redline of 4°C (39°F). Ice had accumulated all over the launch pad, raising concerns that ice could damage the shuttle upon lift-off. The Kennedy Ice Team inadvertently pointed an infrared camera at the aft field joint of the right SRB and found the temperature to be only −13°C (9°F). This was believed to be the result of supercooled air blowing on the joint from the liquid oxygen (LOX) tank vent. It was much lower than the air temperature and far below the design specifications for the O-rings. The low reading was later determined to be erroneous, the error caused by not following the temperature probe manufacturer's instructions. Tests and adjusted calculations later confirmed that the temperature of the joint was not substantially different from the ambient temperature.

The temperature on the day of the launch was far lower than had been the case with previous launches: below freezing at −2.2 to −1.7°C (28.0 to 28.9°F); previously, the coldest launch had been at 12°C (54°F). Although the Ice Team had worked through the night removing ice, engineers at Rockwell still expressed concern. Rockwell engineers watching the pad from their headquarters in Downey, California , were horrified when they saw the amount of ice. They feared that during launch, ice might be shaken loose and strike the shuttle's thermal protection tiles, possibly due to the aspiration induced by the of exhaust gas from the SRBs. Rocco Petrone , the head of Rockwell's space transportation division, and his colleagues viewed this situation as a launch constraint, and told Rockwell's managers at the Cape that Rockwell could not support a launch. Rockwell's managers at the Cape voiced their concerns in a manner that led Houston-based mission manager Arnold Aldrich to go ahead with the launch. Aldrich decided to postpone the shuttle launch by an hour to give the Ice Team time to perform another inspection. After that last inspection, during which the ice appeared to be melting, Challenger was cleared to launch at 11:38am EST. [19]

Further information: STS-51-L Mission timeline
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Notes on the symbolism of deer

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(Psalms 18:33)

Within the extensive imagination of myths, legends and cosmogonies, there are animals that, for one reason or another, carry symbolic or archetypical characteristics: the lion, the eagle and the snake are some examples. In the same way, the deer is a symbol of many things, the personification of virtues and a character of legends and myths.

The deer’s antlers are one of the characteristics that have made it the figure of a spiritual superiority, according to some. Like a crown, the antlers grow beyond its body, bringing it closer to the sky and making it sacred. In many cultures, the deer is a symbol of spiritual authority. During a deer’s life the antlers fall off and grow again and the animal is also a symbol of regeneration.

In the Christian imagination, the deer is a symbol of piety, devotion and of God taking care of his children: men. The , for example, tells the story of the Roman general who, before becoming a saint, was out hunting and came across a magnificent and enormous deer. When Eustace looked at the animal’s eyes, the light of Christ shone out of them and the voice of God spoke to him through them. Placido, the Roman name for the saint, gave up hunting and became a Christian.

In Celtic tradition there were two aspects of the deer: the feminine element, called in Gaelic, the female red deer, symbolizing femininity, gentles and grace. It was believed that the deer called to men from the kingdom of the fairies to free them from the trappings of the earthly world and taking them to the world of magic. Deer often turned into women in such legends in order to avoid being hunted. On the other hand, there was also , the masculine element, which was also related to the sacred and to forests, independence, purification and pride. The stag is the king of the forest, the protector o all other creatures.

For the native tribes of North America, the deer was a messenger, an animal of power, and a totem representing sensitivity, intuition and gentleness. Some groups would entrust the hunt to the deer, which was also associated with fertility. There is a Cherokee legend that tells how the deer procured its antlers after winning a race against a rabbit. The animals of the forest wanted to know which of the two was the fastest, but the rabbit cheated before the race and the deer won its antlers.

In Buddhism, the deer symbolizes harmony, happiness, peace and longevity. When a male and a female deer are represented together (often beside the Dharma wheel) it is a direct allusion to the first teachings of Buddha near Varanasi. In one of this former lives, Buddha was a golden deer that spoke to men. According to that tradition, deers are by nature timid and serene animals and their presence in a place represents the purity of a kingdom bereft of fear. There are also Tibetan legends in which deer help men to solve problems.

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