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PEDRO E. GUERRERO; JOHN KEPLER HOUSE BY DAVID HENKEN, UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 1949; RALPH MILLER HOUSE BY DAVID HENKEN, UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 1949 ; AARON RESNICK HOUSE NEARING COMPLETION, SPRING 1949. LATTER THREE PHOTOS BY HENRY RAPISARDA, COSMO-SILEO ASSOCIATES RADIANT HEATING, USED IN NEARLY ALL OF WRIGHT’S BUILDINGS AFTER 1936, WAS A HALLMARK OF USONIA’S HOMES. THE BETHLEHEM STEEL COMPANY PHOTOGRAPHED BENDING AND WELDING PIPE FROM USONIA’S CARLOAD OF RAYDUCT. from far left: BENDING THE RAYDUCT; WELDING THE JOINTS; DAVID HENKEN PREPARING FOR GRAVEL BASE.
We Every member wanted to hear and be heard about every belonged to food co-ops. We also believed in interracial issue. Perhaps this occurred because of members’ longtime living. . Usonia was to be a true Rochdale coopera- experience with clubs, unions, and co-ops, or possibly tive. . ” Members joined the Usonia cooperative with the the sense of a lifetime family commitment that fueled the understanding that they took on certain responsibilities debate. Though there was an unanimity on major goals, and duties toward the community as well as communal there was frequent division on how to achieve them.
Standardized materi- assemble a compatible group that was committed to als, a carport instead of a garage, and a modular design Usonia’s cooperative and architectural principles. Of the kept costs low. These innovative designs were simple yet original forty-seven families who settled in Usonia, thirty elegant, and excited the young Usonians anxious to move underwent this interviewing process. In later years, how- ahead from the past. ever, when the unforeseen high building costs and growing To help Usonians learn how to define their needs financial difficulties prompted the urgency to attract new for a new home and how to select the right architect, the members, the focus of membership interviews changed, education committee, along with Usonia’s librarian mem- shifting from requiring commitment to the architectural ber Julia Brody, outlined a suggested reading list which and sociological views to their acceptance, and essentially included: In the Nature of Materials and On Architecture determining interest in being part of the cooperative.