When reading the New Yorker of Nov. 9, 2009 in my doctor's office I came across this article. As one would expect, it is scornful and denigrating but I present it here for completness.
By accounts the active affair lasted about 3 years, not 14.
Rand wrote in longhand, not at a typewriter.
The claim about "abstract projections" is dead wrong; see "The Goal of my Writing."
(Isn't everybody the child of two parents?)
Nice photo, though. Julius Shulman, who shot her house in 1949 and died a few years ago at 98, was pretty much the inventor of architectural photography. His pictures of the house are in the Heller, Burns and B. Branden biographies as well as numerous architectural books.