The Minneapolis StarTribune’s site has a regular feature, “Yesterday’s News” that pulls a significant article from the past 140 years that marks some point of interest in state or local history.

Saturday’s installment was an article from 1956, on a visit Wright made to Minneapolis and his speech to the Citizens League of Minneapolis and Hennepin County following a brief tour of area landmarks (landmarks that he did not praise). The post includes a photo of Wright visiting the Southdale Shopping Center (the world’s first enclosed shopping mall) — he looks like a man assaulted by the sheer volume of the horrific architecture.

In 2006, “Yesterday’s News” posted an article from October 1926 on Wright’s arrest on charges filed by his wife Miriam Noel and Olgivanna’s then-current husband.