Skip to Content
HomeAbout this siteHelpSearch this site The Library of Congress
America's Story from America's LibraryMeet Amazing AmericansJump Back in TimeExplore the StatesJoin America at PlaySee, Hear and Sing
Meet Amazing Americans Quick Quiz

Oops! Wrong answer.

Which of these is known as Fallingwater?

Although in reality this is falling water, it is a photo of Peach Tree Falls in Southern West Virginia. Read More
This house, called Fallingwater, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1937 in Mill Run, Pennsylvania.  

Library Of Congress | Legal Notices | Privacy | Site Map | Contact Us

  TOP CREDIT: Lyntha Scott Eiler, photographer. "Peach Tree Falls, before Peach Tree Creek enters Coal River." Created April 19, 1997. Tending the Commons: Folklife and Landscape in Southern West Virginia, Library of Congress.
BOTTOM CREDIT: Wright, Frank Lloyd, designer, Boucher, Frank A., photographer. "Fallingwater, State Rt. 381, Stewart Twp., OHIOPYLE VIC., Fayette County, PA." Built 1937, photograph Feb.-March 1985. Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record, Library of Congress