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David Morton’s story about Charles Goodman and his nontraditional home designs (“Heart of Glass,” 9/5) neglected to mention the Homewood development in Wheaton. Also, the late David Condon of Keyes, Lethbridge, and Condon—later Keyes, Condon, and Florence, and finally KCF—was a principal architect for Goodman in the early ’50s (joining Keyes and Lethbridge after Chloethiel Woodard Smith and Nicholas Satterlee left the latter and formed their own partnership). All these chaps and chappesses in some way influenced the modern movement. Condon and his family were next-door neighbors in the Homewood development, where I grew up.

Rockville, Md.