This is obscure and came as a great surprise when we (my friend Crazy Richard and I) drove past it ten or twelve years ago. Some clues:
- It’s in the U.S.;
- It was built in the 1920s (late, I think);
- The architect was unknown to me at the time, but…
- The architect who influenced this is a household word.
- And there are bonus points for a secondary influence associated with the first.
Any enlightened speculation?