The Minneapolis Star Tribune has published an article on the move of the Lindholm House from Cloquet, Minnesota to Polymath Park in Pennsylvania.
The home, still owned by the descendants of the original clients, was donated to Polymath Park with assistance provided by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy.
Piece by small piece, the 2,300-square-foot structure was carefully dismantled this spring. Workers numbered every board, cataloged every piece and wrapped them all in foam and plastic. The house filled three semitrailer trucks bound for Acme, Pa., where it is being donated to a private architectural park perfectly suited for its arrival, said Tim Quigley, a Minneapolis architect who is overseeing the move.
The reconstruction is expected to be complete by Spring of 2017.