I sympathize with your desire for a larger garden,- we will get it, together with all of Mrs. Martin’s practical requirements, but don’t freeze your architect down to certain areas or various parts of the plan, “proportion” must determine these things within reasonable limits, and give him a free hand within that limit; stretch the limit until your discretion deflects to the breaking point, let her break, even, for once and you will be pleasantly shocked by the result. We will make another sketch for you, embodying your suggestions in some way to preserve the harmony and proportion of a consistent arrangement and will bring it down with me, for I expect to see you soon. Frank Lloyd Wright to Darwin D. Martin 2 January 1904