Frank Lloyd Wright designed and built his home and studio in Oak Park in 1889-1909. During those twenty years he and his first wife Katherine (Kitty Tobin) Wright raised their six children. Wright expanded the home in 1895 to accommodate his growing family and then added his studio in 1898 to house his growing architectural business. The property was taken over and renovated by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust who offer public, private and specialty tours of the building. As a certified docent/interpreter and researcher for the Trust, I serve as a volunteer guide for these tours.