Designed and built for Loren and Charlotte Pope and later purchased by Marjorie and Robert Leighey, the house stands as a stunning example of an innovative form of shelter - which Wright called Usonian - for families beset by the Great Depression. Here, and elsewhere, Wright offered a unique and unprecedented approach for homes that would be small yet architecturally significant, carefully sited, and constructed of readily available local materials. The Pope-Leighey House has an unusual history in that it has been moved twice. By Steven Reiss. Cloth. 216 pages.