by Victoria Vesna, 10/2002
The following is an excerpt from the book Guinea Pig B written by R. Buckmister Fuller...
An excerpt from Time Magazine, Vol.83 no.2, January 10, 1964
Notes on Anne and Bucky Fuller’s deaths made by Allegra Fuller Snyder, written several years after their death, to a close friend (hence intimate language)
This essay was wittten in 1995 on occasion of the 100th aniversary of R.B. Fuller's birth by Allegra Fuller Snyder.
Buckminster Fuller had one of the most fascinating and original minds of his century. Born in 1895 in Milton, Massachusetts, he was the latest--if not the last--of the New England Transcendentalists.
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