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1907
1907
Art Institute of Chicago Broadside 1907-1908. Announcement for an Exhibition of Japanese Prints on January 9th, 1908, by Frank Lloyd Wright. "Gallery Tours under the auspices of The Exhibition Committee of the Municipal Art League, at the Art Institute of Chicago. Program - 1907-1908. Second Thursday, at Four O’clock. January Ninth - Exhibition of Japanese Prints . . . . Frank Lloyd Wright." Printed on Laid paper. 4.5 x 7. 0080.27.0315
1915
1915
Frank L. Smith, Candidate for Governor, 1915. "To the Republican Voters of Illinois." In March, 1915, Smith formally announced his candidacy for Governor. By mid July, 1916, two months before the primary, the race came down to Lowden, Hull and Smith. He lost in the Primary to Lowden on Sept 13, 1916. Lowden 54%, Hull 28%, Smith 18%. He whole-heartedly supported Lowden, who went on to win the election for Governor in Illinois. Smith stressed his record as a business man. "Governor is Business Manager. The governorship of Illinois is an administrative office – in fact as well as in the contemplation of the constitution. Lack of administrative efficiency there means bad government, however well-intentioned the Governor may be... The Governor is the business manager of the public at large. As a business man, I submit my candidacy to the business judgement of the voters. Frank L. Smith." Pp 12. 3 x 6 0128.16.0414
1927
1927
Charles Morgan Chalk-Talk Promotional Flyer 1927. Text on face: "A Modern Chalk-Talk ‘Sketching for You.’ Redpath Introduces Brilliant American Artist-Architect Charles Morgan AIA. Chicago Associate of Frank Lloyd Wright. Original - Entertaining - Instructive." Text on verso: "A Modern Chalk-Talk, Sketching for You. Charles Morgan, A. I. A., noted American artist, architect, Chicago associate of Frank Lloyd Wright, lecturer and entertainer takes the platform with a brilliant and original modern chalk-talk – Sketching for You. Sketching for You is a modern chalk-talk, and, therefore, different. In a simple, highly entertaining and graphic way, Charles Morgan deals with modern art, architecture and modern life. While producing his amazing sketches in color, which he does with miraculous speed, he makes his audience laugh with him as he separates the false from the true in art and in life. He shows the growth of architecture from ancient times. He explains what the trend in modern architecture is, and that there is a difference between modern and modernistic. He deals in principles and makes no compromise with truth. Sketching is such a joy to Charles Morgan that it is the most natural thing he does. In a flying trip to Europe, Mr. Morgan produced an amazing series of sketches in colors... Continue... 0198.23.0617
1928
1928 Frank L. Smith Campaign for Senator. "America First. Frank L. Smith of Dwight. For the Republican Nomination for United States Senator. As the advocate of - State Rights, A Deep Waterway, Federal Flood Control, Farm Relief. Primary Day - April 10, 1928... An Address to the Republican Voters of Illinois." In 1926 Smith ran for U.S. Senate and won the general election by 67,000 votes. (See Biography) On December 7, 1926, the sitting Senator, McKinley passed away, just months before his term ended on March 3, 1927. The Governor appointed Smith to fill McKinley’s vacancy, but the U.S. Senate denied his appointment. On March 4, 1927, even though elected, the Senate again refused to seat him. On February 9, 1928, Smith abandoned his effort to take his seat and resigned even though he and the Governor considered him to be the rightful senator. A special election was called to fill the vacated Senate seat, and Smith reran in the special election Primary. On March 8 his addressed the voters of Illinois and presented his defense. This brochure was a reprint of the address, a short Biography, and his platform. On April 10, 1928, Smith was defeated in the primary by Otis F. Glenn, who went on to win the general election. 3.6 x 8.5. Pp 12. For more information see out Wright Study. 0215.10.0213
1929
1929
Announcing the Publication of Two New Books, Gray Moss by Edith Ogden Harrison, In the Wind’s Whistle, by Eleanor Jewett. (Published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Publisher, Fine Arts Building, Chicago. Printed on laid paper, with a "Linweave Text" watermark.) In the Wind’s Whistle, By Eleanor Jewett. "In the Wind’s Whistle," which is published today, is a delightful collection of children’s verses written by Eleanor Jewett and illustrated with many drawings by Eleanor Duke... Gray Moss, By Edith Ogden Harrison. The publishers take pleasure in announcing the publication of a book entitled "Gray Moss," being for the most part tales of the Old South... Found within a copy of Gray Moss. 6.25 x 9.5 0228.21.0414
1930
1930 The Berkshires of Wisconsin are Calling!  Travel brochure on Southwestern Wisconsin.  Includes three paragraphs on Wright and two photos, "Taliesen" (their spelling) and "Waterfalls at Wright Estate".  24 pages. 1930.00.0321
Circa 1930 Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan circa 1930. Includes five photographs of the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Imperial Hotel. Peacock Alley, Banquet Hall, Court Garden, Main Dining Room and the Mezzanine in the Front lobby. On July 1, 1922, an advertisement announced "Room: One Person, Special Room with Bath, ¥8 a night. Luncheon ¥3, Dinner ¥4 (The Imperial, p115). As a result of the September 1, 1923 earthquake, it was announced "Reduced prices to meat emergency conditions Dinner ¥2 Luncheon ¥2 (p136). In 1953-1955 a single room with private bath was 2,100 yen. In this brochure, 10 yen per day. Utilizing the Consumer Price Index for the Yen, it dates this brochure around 1928-30. In 1927 the Imperial Hotel began offering bus service from the Yokohoma customs (p 141). The illustration of the bus also dates this brochure to the end of the 1920s. The color printing of the front and back cover is not a standard four color process, CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black). It has a dot pattern, but in addition to cyan (blue), red (possibly magenta), yellow and black, it appears to also utilize a dark blue, a dark reddish brown, a grey/beige, and of course gold, making it eight colors, giving it a Japanese wood block appearance. Side note: In 1951, Salvador Dali was commissioned to paint 100 water color interpretations of "The Divine Comedy" written by Dante Alighiere from 1265-1321. Dali’s "Divine Comedy Suite" consists of 100 color wood engravings created between 1960 and 1964. Each required between 20 to 40 wood engravings to simulate the water color look. 15.75 x 9.1 folded to 4 x 9.1. 0249.28.0113
1930's Arizona Biltmore (1930's) Booklet includes 31 photographs.  46 pages. 0249-07.0405
1940
C 1940
Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan circa 1940. Most likely printed before the occupation of Japan and the hotel which began in 1945 and ended in January 1952. Also before the first annex which opened on December 1, 1952. Peacock alley is pictured before the American occupation which painted the ceiling and oya stone. The Banquet Hall which was damaged during the war is shown before the U.S. Corps of Engineers rebuilt it after the war. Lobby shows Japanese lanterns hanging from balconies. Main Dining Room added crystal chandeliers. Includes seven photographs of the Wright designed Imperial Hotel. Peacock Alley, South Court Garden, Bedroom, Banquet Hall, Main Lobby, North Court Garden and the Main Dining Room. The color printing of the front and back cover is not a standard four color process, CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black). It has a dot pattern, but in addition to cyan (blue), red (possibly magenta), yellow and black, it appears to also utilize a dark tan, a very dark bluish-green, a very light grey, and of course gold, making it eight colors, giving it a Japanese wood block appearance. 15.25 x 9.4 folded to 3.9 x 9.4. 0531.43.0114
C 1940-50s Thrush Forced Circulating Flow Control Hot Water Heat! (Published by H. A. Thrush & Company, Peru, Indiana.) Sixteen page brochure for the H. A. Thrush & Company circulating hot water radiant heat. "The world’s most widely publicized residence. The cover photograph and this illustration show the home of Edgar J. Kaufmann, Falling Water (sp), Bear Run, Pennsylvania. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect. Heated by Thrush Flow Control System. Photos by Hedrich-Blessing. Piping plan prepared by Thrush engineers." Includes two photographs of Fallingwater by Hedrich-Blessing and one illustration. 8.4 x 10.9. Pp 16. 0647.15.1011
1941
1941
Announcing the Publication of "As Day Breaks" by Edith Allen Watts. 1941. (Published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Chicago) A flyer and order form. "The publishers take pleasure in announcing the publication of the first book written by Miss Watts. The seventy-five poems constitute a constructive appreciation of some of the serious and amusing emotions which color and vitalize our days. They are distinguished by imagination, beauty of form and construction and may be fairly classified as literature... Appreciators and friends of the accomplished author will welcome this book to their collection of modern verse." 5.25 x 5.5, Order form removed from bottom of the page. 0571.10.0214
1942
1942
Big Badlands of South Dakota.  Published by the South Dakota Highway Commission.  South Dakota travel brochure. South Dakota travel brochure. Inside has a personal letter by Frank Lloyd Wright. "Spend you 1942 vacation with us." Also from the code on the back (4-1-42-75M), it looks like it was printed in 1942, and 75,000 were printed.  12 Pages. 1942.00.0103
1946
C 1946
Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan circa 1946. Most likely printed during the occupation of Japan and the hotel which began in 1945 and ended in January 1952. Also before the first annex which opened on December 1, 1952. The Banquet Hall was damaged during the war. Restoration by the Corps of Engineers began in 1945 and was completed in June, 1946. Painted ceiling is pictured in the center of the inside spread. Lobby shows Japanese lanterns hanging from balconies. Main Dining Room added crystal chandeliers. Includes seven photographs of the Wright designed Imperial Hotel. Peacock Alley, South Court Garden, Bedroom, Banquet Hall, Main Lobby, North Court Garden and the Main Dining Room. Rice paper price guide is printed in dollars not yen. The color printing of the front and back cover is not a standard four color process, CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black). It has a dot pattern, but in addition to cyan (blue), red (possibly magenta), yellow and black, it appears to also utilize a dark tan, a very dark bluish-green, a very light grey, and of course gold, making it eight colors, giving it a Japanese wood block appearance. Includes inserted price guide. 15.25 x 9.4 folded to 3.9 x 9.4. 0685.11.0714
1948
1948
Big Badlands of South Dakota.  Published by the South Dakota Highway Commission.  South Dakota travel brochure. Inside has a personal letter by Frank Lloyd Wright. Brochure was found in envelope postmarked 1948, along with other 1948 brochures.  12 Pages. 1948.00.1102
1950
C 1950-55 “Enjoy your summer vacation at Hotel Geneva. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.” (Published by the Hotel Geneva, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.)  Flap: “Dining Room. View of the Main Dining Salon with adjoining porch overlooking the lake. We operate our own dining room, kitchen and bakery 7 A.M. to 10 P.M.  Quality Food - Varied Menu, Room Service.” “Guest Room. The rooms all have bath, clothes closet, comfortable beds, telephone, steam heat, cross ventilation, cool in summer.”  Inside: “Lounge. Unique with colored skylight, entirely fitted with French windows facing the lake, framed with over hanging trellis and flower bed beneath. Huge wood burning fireplace.  Comfortable chairs, card table corners.”  Back: “Hotel Geneva was designed by the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, and like all his work, it is built into the landscape. Well kept lawns, flower beds and shrubbery adorn the grounds. Write, wire or telephone Chr. Hermansen’s Sons, owners and operators, Chestnut 8-4431.” 11 x 8.25.  Pp 6  (Digital version)  Thank you to Allen Hermansen for providing an original copy. 0831.16.0209
1952
C 1952 Unitarian Meeting House, Madison, Wisconsin (S.291 - 1947). A brief guide for visitors to the Unitarian Meeting House. Max D. Gaebler, Minister. Repeats Wright’s and Gaebler’s quotes published in the Architectural Forum, Dec, 1952. Max Gaebler officiated Frank Lloyd Wright’s funeral service. Includes description of facility as well as programs and brief history. "As the square has always signified integrity and the sphere universality, the triangle stand for aspiration... Here is a church where the whole edifice is in the attitude of prayer." Frank Lloyd Wright. Was tucked into the Architectural Forum, Dec, 1952 Offset. 5.5 x 8.5. Pp 4 0880.03.0612
1952
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Imperial Restaurant Guide.  This guide has a photo of the silverware in a place setting.   Restaurant Guide: Imperial Hotel.  Includes map, color photos of Cafe Terrace, Imperial Viking, Main Dining Room, Grill Room, Prunier Room, Imperial Theater Restaurant, Sukiyaki, Tempura, Phoenix Lounge, Skoal Bar, Garden Bar and the Grill Bar.  Gold cover, silver back cover.  16 pages. 7 1/8" wide x 5" high.  Printed in 1952 after the opening of the new annex. 1952.01.0400
1953
1953-1956 (IH Brochure #1) “Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan”.  Includes four photographs of the Wright designed Imperial Hotel, and three photographs of the first annex completed 1953, built directly behind Wright’s building, but before construction on the second annex began in 1957. 16 x 9.5 folded to 4 x 9.5.  Pp 8. 1205.24.0407
1953-1956 Imperial Hotel Price Guide.  Accompanied brochure.  Rice Paper.  3.75 x 7.75.  Pp 1. 1205.25.0407
1954
1954
Our Midwest: Episodes in the Life of Some Individuals Who Helped Shape the Growth of Our Midwest; Stories of Certain Settlements, Roads, Taverns, and Experiences Encountered when Traveling in the Early Days. (Published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Chicago, Illinois) Brochure for the book written, illustrated and published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. "A book of historical episodes and stories told informally and with some humor, of events in lives of various personalities who were factors in the character forming days of the ever changing mid-west, of religious and economic experiments, early settlements, first roads, tavern life, highway hold-ups, Indians wars, frontier romances, notable deeds of our forefathers; who through it all managed to stay alive, putting in most of the first hundred years learning how to live with Nature and most of the second hundred learning how to live with each other." (Publisher’s description.) 6.25 x 9.4. Pp 4. Includes Post Card 3.25 x 5.5. 1045.23.0214
1954
"Carving his own Destiny, The Story of Albin Polasek." Sherwood, Ruth, 1954. (Sales brochure) A Biography by Ruth Sherwood. This biography of a great American sculptor-artist, Albin Polasek, selected a the one of foreign birth "to have contributed most richly to American culture," tells of his boyhood life in the Besksydy Mountains of old Moravia, now Checko-Slovakia, an environment strange and unfamiliar to Americans, and now forever past... The edition is handsomely designed and produced. Forty-one full page reproductions of sculptural works enrich its more than 400 pages. It is printed on heavy, fine paper, with dramatic pictorial jacket. Edition limited. Price of book $5.50. Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Publisher, Chicago. 6.25 x 9.4. Pp 4. 1045.24.0214
1955
1955
"Man’s High Adventure." Harper, Samuel A., 1955. (Sales brochure) With an Introduction by Dr. A. J. Carlson, Ph.D., John P. Hixon Distinguished Service Professor (Emeritus) of Physiology, University of Chicago, etc. Dr. Carlson, Scientist and Philosopher, calls this book "a new religion, – Humanism" the credo of which is that "the responsibility for a better mental and physical world is on you and me, – on man, not on traditional gods and devils." It is a timely and significant work by a layman who has here written a book in the field of science for "the common man." This book thus points out the path which man should follow, and marks some of the vital truths he must learn to use in realizing his "high adventure." It is the flowering of the life experiences of a philosopher – lawyer, – fascinating and thought inducing. Price of book $3.00. Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Publisher, Chicago. 5.6 x 8.25. Pp 4. Includes Post Card 3.25 x 5.5. 1092.58.0214
1956
1956
Frank Lloyd Wright Day, October 17, 1956. Package promoting Frank Lloyd Wright Day. Includes: 1) Promotional Brochure. "You are invited to participate in Frank Lloyd Wright Day. Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright will unveil details of his history-making mile-high cloud-scraper, the ‘Illinois’, at a dinner on Wednesday, October 17, 1956. A special list of sponsors has been drawn up which includes your name among the select few who have been invited to attend. Mayor Richard J. Daley has officially proclaimed this date as Frank Lloyd Wright Day In Chicago, and his official proclamation is reproduced herein. You together with others close to his ideas and creative thinking, are cordially invited to attend this dinner to pay tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright... Cary Caraway, President, Frank Lloyd Wright Day." Back: "Honors awarded Frank Lloyd Wright." Pages: 4. Size: 8.5 x 7.5   2) Proclamation of Frank Lloyd Wright Day by Mayor Richard Daley... Continue...
1147.74.0117 (1-5)
1956
Citizens League of Minneapolis 1956. Frank Lloyd Wright, Teacher and Architect. Program for the 5th Annual Meeting of the Citizens League of Minneapolis and Hennepin County. Leamington Hotel, November 27, 1956. Biographical Sketch: One of the founders of modern architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright is regarded throughout the world as one of the greatest architects of the 20th century. "If I were to apply genius to only one living American", wrote the late Alexander Woollcott, some time ago, "I would have to save it up for Frank Lloyd Wright"... Includes two photographs and one illustration. 11 x 16 folded to 5.5 x 8.125. Slip sheet 5.25 x 7.125. 1147.67.0315
1956
"Siftings, The Major Portion of The Clearing and Collected Writings." Jensen, Jens, 1956. (Sales brochure) Announcing the Republication in a New and More Complete Edition. The philosophy of Jens Jensen is again available to nature lovers after too long an absence. The re-issue of "Siftings" in its entirety, as sell as a major portion of "The Clearing" and other short essays is another important garden milestone. Mr. Jensen is with justice called the "Thoreau of the Twentieth century". Coming to America as a youth from Denmark, he began his career in this country working as a day laborer in the old west parks of Chicago... In the Spring of 1935, he moved to the upper Green Bay Peninsula, Wisconsin, where he established "The Clearing", a settlement comprising classrooms, lecture room, dormitories, dining halls, private cabins, etc. Here students gathered from all over the United States to hear Jensen talk of the necessity for a vital understanding of nature’s meaning in men’s lives... Price of book $3.25. Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Publisher, Chicago. 6.5 x 8.75. Pp 4. 1147.56.0214
1956
"Siftings, The Major Portion of The Clearing and Collected Writings." Jensen, Jens, 1956. (Sales brochure) One of America’s truest Nature Lovers. This book is a "must" for those who concern themselves with the meaning of Nature in men’s lives. The author’s understanding of this necessity gained him great authority. The publication of this significant volume is sponsored by The National Council of State Garden Clubs. All profits from the sale of this edition will be donated to the Permanent Home Fund of the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc. Price of book $3.25. Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Publisher, Chicago. 3.7 x 5.5, one panel is perforated mailing card. Pp 6. 1147.57.0214
1957
1957 Hotel Geneva Rate Schedule.  (Published by the Hotel Geneva, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin)  “Hotel Geneva, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Summer Rates 1957, May 26th to Closing. Lake Doubles ... $14. Friday and Saturday Nights $16.00 each night.  Phone HERMANSEN CHestnut 8-4431.” (According to the American Hotel & Lodging Association Average room rate: 1930: $5.60; 1940: $3.21; 1950: $5.91; 1960: $10.81; 1970: $19.83; 1980: $45.44.  7.25 x 8.5.  (Digital version) Thank you to Allen Hermansen for providing an original copy. 1205.29.0209
1957 Imperial Hotel Directory of Services Imperial Hotel Directory includes Restaurants, Bars, Services, and a color foldout layout of the motel.  Pp 20 1205.23.0205
1958
1958-1960 (IH Brochure #2)  “Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan”.  Includes two photographs of the Wright designed Imperial Hotel, and five photographs of the two new buildings completed 1958, built directly behind Wright’s building.  16 x 9.5 folded to 4 x 9.5.  Pp 8. 1205.21.0105
1958-1960 Imperial Hotel Price Guide Imperial Hotel Accompanied brochure. Rice Paper.  3.75 x 7.75.  Pp 2. 1205.22.0105
1960
1960-1962 (IH Brochure #3)  “Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan”.  Includes two photographs of the Wright designed Imperial Hotel, and five photographs of the two new buildings completed 1958, built directly behind Wright’s building. 16 x 9.5 folded to 4 x 9.5. 1259.12.0307
1960-1962 Imperial Hotel Price Guide Accompanied brochure. Rice Paper.  3.75 x 7.75. 1259.13.0307
1960 “Hotel Geneva, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Rate Schedule, Summer 1960, May 27–Sept. 12.”  (Published by the Hotel Geneva, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin) “Lake side double bed, two persons ... $12 to $14. Friday, Saturday and Holidays add $2.00.  Call HERMANSEN CHestnut 8-4431.”  (According to the American Hotel & Lodging Association Average room rate: 1930: $5.60;  1940: $3.21;  1950: $5.91;  1960: $10.81;  1970: $19.83;  1980: $45.44.)  7.25 x 8.5. (Digital version) Pp 4.  Thank you to Allen Hermansen for providing an original copy. 1458.25.0209
1960
"Abstract Design by Eugene Masselink of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. The Stanford Art Gallery - April 1960. The major portion of this exhibition consists of preliminary drawings and photographs of architectural murals. As the composer has his systematic staff and intervals and the architect a modular system as the framework of design, just so has the designer the same means to coordinate abstract ornamentation with the architectural principles involved. Thus the square, the triangle, the circles as well as the straight line become a fundamental part of the design vocabulary." Two copies. Pp 4. 6 x 6. 1458.48.0415
1960
"The Department of Art and Architecture of Stanford University cordially invites you to attend a preview, Abstracts for Architecture, By Eugene Masselink of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. A reception honoring Mr. Masselink will be held at the Stanford Art Gallery, Five to Seven P.M., April 6." Pp 6. 4.75 x 4. 1458.49.0415
1961
1961 “Hotel Geneva, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Rate Schedule, Summer 1961, May 26–Sept. 10.”  (Published by the Hotel Geneva, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin) “Lake side double bed, two persons ... $12 to $14. Friday, Saturday and Holidays add $2.00.  Call HERMANSEN CHestnut 8-4431.”  (According to the American Hotel & Lodging Association Average room rate: 1930: $5.60;  1940: $3.21;  1950: $5.91;  1960: $10.81;  1970: $19.83;  1980: $45.44.)  7.25 x 8.5. (Digital version) Pp 4.  Thank you to Allen Hermansen for providing an original copy. 1483.10.0209
1962
1962

Architecture: Man in Possession of His Earth (Published by Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York.) Brochure for ordering book. "Frank Lloyd Wright is generally considered the greatest architect of the twentieth century – the greatest architect that America has ever produced... Now Doubleday & Company offers a profusely and handsomely illustrated book Architecture: Man in Possession of His Earth which was Frank Lloyd Wright’s last testament to the art he did so much to perfect. In it he explains architecture in terms of its basic, common materials... As he introduces stone, brick, wood... Wright creates a vivid picture of the evolution of these materials, what they made possible for architecture, and how he used them. ...it is a demonstration by example of what Frank Lloyd Wright believed. Pre-Christmas Price $8.50 - Sells regularly at $10.00. 8.5 x 11.

1496.02.0502
1963
1963-1964 (IH Brochure #4)  “Imperial Hotel Tokyo”. Imperial Hotel Brochure. Front & Back Cover has an illustration with gold ink. Inside has two photographs of the original Wright Building and seven of the new buildings. Includes Price Guide. 16 x 9.5 folded to 4 x 9.5. 1565.20.1007
1963-1964 Imperial Hotel Price Guide. Left side in Japanese, right side in English. Was includes with Brochure. Rice paper, 7.5 x 8.5 folded to 4 x 8.5. 1565.21.1007
1963
"The House Beautiful." A broadside for the facsimile of the original The House Beautiful," The Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois, Gannett, 1963. "Frank Lloyd Wright designs the setting for The House Beautiful, by William C. Gannett. During the winter months of 1896 and 1897, Frank Lloyd Wright and William Herman Winslow joined together to publish a limited edition of a book, The House Beautiful. This magnificent book, half calf with gilt top, was richly ornamented on every page with Wright’s Sullivanesque designs. The text was by William C. Gannett. It was printed on handmade paper, twelve by fourteen inches, and only ninety copies were made. All were signed and numbered. Today, the few copies existing are highly prized collector’s items..." (Broadside published by The Prairie School Press, Chicago) 8.5 x 11. Gift of Greg Brewer. 1565.50.0516
1964
1964
"A System of Architectural Ornament." A broadside for the facsimile of the original 1924, "A System of Architectural Ornament," Sullivan, The Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois, Gannett, 1964, Second Edition, $15, (First Edition 1961). This is the first book published by Prairie School Press, the second being "The House Beautiful." "In 1924, the American Institute of Architects published A System of Architectural Ornament According With a Philosophy of Man’s Power by Louis H. Sullivan. It was issued as a companion to Autobiography of an Idea also by Sullivan. In 1961, The Prairie School Press obtained permission from the AIA to re-publish this book, and the 250 copies printed were quickly sold out. Now it has been re-printed and is again available..." (Broadside published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) 8.5 x 14. Gift of Greg Brewer. 1596.56.0516
Circa 1964
"Frank Lloyd Wright And The Prairie School Architects. Exhibition & Home Tour, Sunday, October 11, (Circa 1964), Unity Church - Oak Park, ILL." A brochure for an exhibition at Unity Church and a tour of homes in Oak Park. Inside spread is a map of the Oak Park area locating homes by, Frank Lloyd Wright, George Maher, John Van Bergen, Guenzel & Drummond, Talmadge & Watson and Purcell & Elmslie. Note: During the early 1960s, Unity Temple was called Unity Church. (Brochure published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) 8.5 x 11. Pp 3. Gift of Greg Brewer. 1596.57.0516
1964
"The Chicago School of Architecture, A History of Commercial and Public Buildings in the Chicago Area, 1875-1925." A broadside for "The Chicago School of Architecture," by Carl W. Condit, published by The Unity of Chicago Press, $8.50. "The development of the art of building associated with the phrase ‘The Chicago School’ is now recognized as a major event in American culture. By 1910 the movement had produced an original, indigenous, and organic architecture for every kind of building – offices, skyscrapers, hotels and apartments, warehouses and factories, residences, schools and churches..." (Broadside published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) 8.5 x 14. Pp 1. Gift of Greg Brewer. 1596.58.0516
1964
"Walter Burley Griffin" A broadside for "Walter Burley Griffin" by James Birrell, published by University of Queensland Press, $11.75. "With a foreword by Robin Boyd and 113 illustrations. Perhaps it is not surprising that Walter Burley Griffin’s name lay forgotten in Australia until Canbarra’s fiftieth anniversary. He has, after all, been forgotten by most of the world, and, even in his native country, the United States, his fame is only a faint memory. And yet, as Robin Boyd points out in his delightful Foreword to this book: ‘He was a great pioneer of modern architecture in his own right, the equal of Wright in many ways capable of outstanding brilliance in conception when the occasion permitted...’ " (Broadside published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) 8.5 x 14. Pp 1. Gift of Greg Brewer. 1596.59.0516
1965
1965
"Frank Lloyd Wrights Fallingwater 25 years after." A broadside for the Italian publication. "The ‘House on the Waterfall’ F. Ll. Wright’s Masterpiece – must be considered one of the major architectural monuments of all time: an organic work which summarizes in its highest form the experience of decades. In fact, in the ‘House on the Waterfall’ space formation and composition of the masses are fused for the first time in the history of Architecture: the building ‘emerges into the landscape continuity as a ‘shapeless’ articulation of spaces, i.e. it has destroyed the elementary shapes of the cubic matter and all classic residues... This book is one of the finest items of Wrightian that we have ever seen..." (Broadside published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) 8.5 x 14. Gift of Greg Brewer. 1628.53.0516
1965
(IH Brochure #5)  “Imperial Hotel Tokyo”. Imperial Hotel Brochure.  Front & Back Cover has an illustration with gold ink. Inside has one illustration of original Wright Building and seven of the new building. Includes Price Guide.  "...the Imperial's 75-year history..."  This would date this brochure at 1965.  16 x 9 folded to 4 x 9. 1377.30.0400
1965
Imperial Hotel Price Guide.  Left side in Japanese, right side in English.  Was includes with Brochure. Rice paper, 7.5 x 8.5 folded to 4 x 8.5. 1377.31.0400
1969
1969
"The Posters of Alfonso Iannelli." A brochure for the set of six posters produced for the Orpheum Theater. "During the years 1911 through 1915 Alfonso Iannelli produced his series of lobby posters for the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles, a playhouse for the foremost vaudeville acts of the day. The posters were not printed. The originals were hung behind glass, with phonographs of the stars appearing in rectangles Iannelli provided in the compositions... The posters are now in the possession of Architectural Foundation, as is the entire Iannelli Collection..." Inside includes six illustrations of the posters. $6.00 each or $30.00 for the set. Posters were produced by The Chicago School of Architectural Foundation. " (Brochure published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) 5.5 x 8.5. Gift of Greg Brewer. 1803.18.0516
1971
Circa 1971 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple. (Produced by the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation.) "With the destruction of Tokyo’s Imperial Hotel in 1968, Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois became the last surviving major building of Frank Lloyd Wright’s early period." Informational brochure includes a general description of the building, significance, visitor information, restoration and how to donate. Includes one photograph and three illustrations. 3.75 x 8.5. Pp 8. 1867.08.0604
1971
"Genius And The Mobocracy." A broadside for the reprint of a new edition of Genius and The Mobocracy. Horizon Press, Wright, 1971, $20.00. "The new edition of Genius and The Mobocracy now makes available one of the rarest of Frank Lloyd Wright’s works. It stands with the most important accomplishments of the master architect, a revealing account of his relationship with Louis Sullivan – rebel and prophet of American architecture, whom Frank Lloyd Wright call ‘our great native genius’ and with whom he began his career..." (Broadside published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) 8.5 x 14. Gift of Greg Brewer. Pp 1 1867.17.0516
Circa 1971 The Unitarian Universalist Church in Oak Park. "The Unity Temple. A National Historic Landmark - 1971. The Unity Temple, constructed in 1906, serves the vital purpose for which it was built - that of a church building. It is also a significant example of the creative genius of its architect - Frank Lloyd Wright. The present tour program..." Informational brochure includes history, original requirements, building description, information concerning Wright and one illustration. 8.5 x 5.5. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1867.09.0811
1973
Circa 1973 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple. "With the destruction of Tokyo’s Imperial Hotel in 1968, Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois became the last surviving major building of Frank Lloyd Wright’s early period." Informational brochure includes a general description of the building, significance, visitor information, restoration and how to donate. Includes three illustrations and one photograph. Design text and photography by Thomas A Heinz. 3.75 x 8.5. Pp 6. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1940.06.0811
1974
1974
Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio. (Produced by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation.) "The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio were designed and built by Wright between 1889 and 1898. Remodeled constantly until 1911, the buildings were the experimental models for his original, distinctively American design expression known as the Prairie Style." Informational brochure on the history of the Home and Studio, information on touring, and the Foundation. Includes five illustrations. 3.75 x 8.5. Pp 6. (Second copy: Gift from Kathryn Smith.) 1963.08.1101 1963.08.0911
1976
1976
A Broadside listing books available from the Prairie School Press. (Broadside published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) 8.5 x 11. Pp 1. Gift of Greg Brewer. 2020.24.0516
1976
"Studies and Executed Buildings By Frank Lloyd Wright." Brochure for the Prairie School Press. Page 1 is for the new bound volume of Wright’s Wasmuth drawings. "The famous Wasmuth drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright, first published in 1910, are at last available in convenient book form. Reproduced from a set of the original plates, this small size edition will make this extraordinary work available at reasonable cost to students, scholars and interested laymen..." $40.00, Clothbound, oblong 14-1/2" x 8-1/2". P.2-4 include information on other books available. (Brochure published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) 8.5 x 11. Pp 4. Gift of Greg Brewer. 2020.23.0516
1977
1977 Johnson Wax Flyer announcing “Meeting & Tour of the Johnson Wax Corporate Headquarters: Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect.”  Includes tour and dinner. 8.5 x 11.  Pp 2. 2023.05.0406
1977 “The Pope-Leighey House.  A Property of The National Trust for Historical Preservation in the United States.”  Produced by The National Trust for Historical Preservation History and information about the home.  Includes six photographs and two illustrations.  4 x 9.3.  Pp 8. 2033.01.0707
1979
1979 The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright. An Exhibition at the David and Alfred Smart Gallery at the University of Chicago. January 10 - February 25, 1979. (Part of the traveling exhibit, 1977 - 1979.) "The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright is the first comprehensive survey of Wright’s furniture, windows, tableware, fabrics, wallpaper, graphics, and other decorative accessories from the late 1890s until his death in 1959." Includes Symposium January 20, 1979 with: David Hanks, David DeLong, Craig Miller, Paul Sprague and Joseph Connors. Lecture February 7, 1979, Vincent Scully. Exhibition at the Archicenter, Chicago, January 9 - March 3, 1979. Frank Lloyd Wright: The Wasmuth Edition. 5.5 x 8.5. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1979.26.0711
1979 Frank Lloyd Wright: The Decorative Designs. A reception celebrating the opening of The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright, a Smithsonian traveling exhibit on display at the David and Alfred Smart Gallery at the University of Chicago. January 10 - February 25, 1979. January 9, 5 - 7 pm. 8.5 x 4. Pp 2. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1979.27.0711
1979 (Left) Frank Lloyd Wright Lecture Series, January 16, 23, 30, 1979. (Right) Frank Lloyd Wright: The Wasmuth Edition, Exhibition at the Archicenter, Chicago, January 9 - March 3, 1979.  Left) "A trio of slide lectures on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright... January 16, Natural Material and the search for a perfect style: the influence of Japanese art on the Prairie School, Ross Edman. January 23, Scale and Proportion in the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, Donald G. Kalec. January 30, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wasmuth Edition: Another dimension, Richard Twiss." Right) "Frank Lloyd Wright: The Wasmuth Edition, is the title of a new show to be on display at the ArchiCenter from January 9 through March 3. The exhibit consists of a selection of drawings from the original Ausgefuhrte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright (Studies and Executed Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright), a 1910 publication commonly referred to as the ‘Wasmuth Edition’." 8.5 x 11. P 1. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1979.28.0811
1979 Wrightian Architectural Archives Japan. Join us as we breath new life into a lapsed legacy. "One hundred years after Frank Lloyd Wright made his seminal first trip to Japan in 1905, the nonprofit Wrightian Architectural Archives Japan was founded to ensure that his legacy of innovative, organic design would live on... Our goal is to create a living museum and national archives where Wright fans and scholars from around the globe can come together to make new discoveries..." Informational brochure for membership in the organization. Includes ten photographs. 5.8 x 8.25. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1979.29.0811
1980
1980 "Frank Lloyd Wright: Wasmuth Portfolio. November 22 Though December 9, 1980. Frumkin & Struve Gallery. Architectural Department, 620 North Michigan, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Lecture by Richard Twiss. Glessner House, Tuesday, December 9, 5:30 pm, Reservations Required." Brochure for the Wasmuth Portfolio exhibition. Illustration of the Thomas Gale Residence, Oak Park (S.098 - 1904), from the Wasmuth Portfolio. Published in the Chicago Sun-Times. Clipping pasted to verso: "The Gale House, Oak Park, is among lithographs of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in he 1910 Wasmuth Portfolio on exhibit in the Frumkin & Struve architectural department." Stamped on verso: "Sun-Times, Dec 19, 1980". 9.25 x 4, opens to 9.25 x 8. (Inside of brochure is seen here.) 1980.27.0711
1980 Frank Lloyd Wright, Ennis-Brown House. The Ennis-Brown House is the magnificent creation of world-Famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is one of the most outstanding residential structures existing in the United States. In Architectural Digest (October, 1979) Thomas Heinz states: "The residence is one of the most unusual of Wright’s California designs. In it, he combines elements from his past work with a new vocabulary created specifically for the sun-drenched, slightly rugged topography of Southern California. Descriptive brochure concerning the Ennis-Brown House. Includes two photographs by Julius Shulman. 3.9 x 9. Pp 6. Also includes loose 8.4 x 9 single sided sheet on tour information. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1980.26.0811
1980 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.) "Fallingwater. The Kaufmann Conservation on Bear Run. Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most widely acclaimed works, was designed in 1936 for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner Edgar J. Kaufmann. The site of the famous house was the Kaufmann family’s mountain property in the Bear Run Valley of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, where they enjoy weekends and summer vacations... The key to the setting of the house is the waterfall over which it is built. The falls had been a focal point of the family’s activities, and they had indicated the area around the falls as the location for a home. They were unprepared for Wright’s suggestion that the house rise over the waterfall, rather than face it. But the architect’s original scheme was adopted almost without change." Brochure for tour information, including four photographs. Bear Run Preserve 3,500 acre expanse... Conservancy has acquired over 50,000 acres of land... 3.75 x 8. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1980.28.0811
1980's "The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio", Produced by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation,  Pp 8. 1980.04.0604
1980's "Explore Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park", Produced by the Illinois Office of Tourism, Pp 6. 1980.06.0604
1981
1981 Unity Chapel, established 1886. Spring Green, Wisconsin (S.000 - 1886). "In 1886 a small chapel designed by Joseph Lyman Silsbee was constructed in a grove of pine trees near Hillside School for the Richard Lloyd-Jones family. On August 15th of that year it was named Unity Chapel..." (Attributed to Wright, see Storrer.) Includes one photograph and two illustrations. 4.25 x 8. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1981.24.0811
1982
1982
Frank Lloyd Wright, Select Drawings Portfolio Vol. 3. (Published by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo Co., Ltd., Tokyo) Edited by Yukio Futagawa and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation / Introduction by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright. Portfolio Vol. 3. "Frank Lloyd Wright - Select Drawings Portfolio, Vol. 3 is the concluding volume in a series of portfolios which have been edited by A.D.A. in close cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Vol. 3, like each of the 2 preceding volumes, contain 50 drawings which we have carefully selected, with the aid of Mrs. Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, from among the drawings Wright left in his atelier at Taliesin..." Includes a list of the 50 Color Plates. Page 4: Volumes 1 and 2, Including a list of the 50 Color Plates. 11.6 x 16.5, opens to 23.25 x 16.5. 1982.52.0517
1984
1984 Frank Lloyd Wright. Prints - Drawings - Decorative Objects. (Produced by the Bass Museum, Miami Beach, FL) Bass Museum Invitation June 21, 1984. Symposium, Exhibition Preview. "A Floridian is something to be proud of. The flower region. The flower country. And such flowers and such forms and such inspiration is right at your door" Frank Lloyd Wright, 1955. Includes Envelope. Invitation designed by Randolph C. Henning. Pp 4 1984.16.0304
1984 Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site. (Published by the Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site.) Informational brochure for the Dana-Thomas House (S.072 - 1902). "Springfield’s Dana-Thomas House is the best preserved and most complete of Frank Lloyd Wright’s early ‘Prairie’ housed. The structure has changed little since it construction in 1902-04 for Springfield socialite and women’s activist Susan Lawrence Dana." Includes historic and tour information, two illustrations and five photographs. 100,000 printed. 3.75 x 9. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1984.37.0811
1985
1985 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Spring Green.) Informational brochure that describes the different facets of the foundation. Sections include: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation; Taliesin; Taliesin West; Taliesin Associated Architects; Frank Lloyd Wright Archives; Taliesin Council; Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; Friends of Taliesin; Seminars; Tours. 1985. 3.75 x 8.5. Pp 6. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1985.38.0811
C 1985 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.) "Fallingwater. The Kaufmann Conservation on Bear Run. Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most widely acclaimed works, was designed in 1936 for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner Edgar J. Kaufmann. The site of the famous house was the Kaufmann family’s mountain property in the Bear Run Valley of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, where they enjoy weekends and summer vacations... The key to the setting of the house is the waterfall over which it is built. The falls had been a focal point of the family’s activities, and they had indicated the area around the falls as the location for a home. They were unprepared for Wright’s suggestion that the house rise over the waterfall, rather than face it. But the architect’s original scheme was adopted almost without change." Brochure for tour information, including a map and three photographs. Bear Run Preserve 4,000 acre expanse... Conservancy has acquired over 90,000 acres of land... 3.75 x 8. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1985.39.0811
1985 Hollyhock House, 1985. "A Sunday afternoon at Hollyhock House... January 27, 1985, 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. "...will be your first opportunity to see a special exhibit of photography from the personal album of Aline Barnsdall, the owner of Hollyhock House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Join us t this special event... Hollyhock House, operated by the Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Los Angeles, is located in Barnsdall Park..." 8.5 x 3.75. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1985.35.0711
1985 "Realization of Usonia. Frank Lloyd Wright in Westchester." March 7, 14, 21, 28, 1985. "A Tour and Lecture series presented by The Hudson River Museum. Join us for four provocative Thursday programs in March, 1985, to explore the role of Frank Lloyd Wright in creating Usonia, one of Westchester County’s most unique residential communities." Lecturers include Edgar Tafel, David Henken and Pedro Guerrero. 7.25 x 3.6. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1985.36.0711
1986
Circa 1986 Darwin D. Martin House. A national Landmark. (1904 - S.061). "The Darwin D. Martin House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1904 as the principle residence in a complex of six buildings. The original site include the George Barton House, the gardener’s cottage, a greenhouse, a two-story garage and stable, and a conservatory." Informational brochure includes a general information and history of the building and Wright, and tour information. Includes one photograph and two illustrations. 3.75 x 9. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1986.43.0811
1986 Frank Lloyd Wright. A Retrospective View of the Man and His Work. Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3, 1986. Sponsored by The Association of The Stanford university Libraries, at Stanford University, Stanford, California. Conference includes Tours of the Hanna House, Exhibition of Wright Archives, and speakers that included William Wesley Peters, Aaron Green, Thomas S. Monaghan, Eric Lloyd Wright. 5 x 10.25. Pp 3. Two copies. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1986.37.0711 1986.38.0711
1986 Frank Lloyd Wright: Johnson Wax Building (Published by the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University).  Text by Thomas W. Leavitt.  Exhibit Brochure: “Creating a Corporate Cathedral”. For the traveling exhibit (1986-1988).  Includes five photos and illustrations.  5.25 x 11.5.  Pp 8 1986.19.0406
1986 Hollyhock House. You are cordially invited to attend "Tours of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House and Lloyd Wright’s Sowden House", Saturday evening, September 13th, 1986, 7 p.m., Barnsdall Park, 4808 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles." One illustration. 4.25 x 5.3 opens to 16.75 x 5.3. Pp 4, printed one side only. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1986.40.0711
1986 Oak Park. Explore, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park, Illinois. "Oak Park... contains the world’s largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture. Between 1889 and 1909, Wright built 25 structures here, including Unity Temple and his own Home and Studio. It is here that Wright developed his renowned Prairie style of low, earth-hugging dwellings that would change the course of 20th Century architecture." Includes one illustration, two maps and ten photographs. 4 x 9. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1986.41.0811
1986 Prairie Homes. A Prairie House Pilgrimage. The Committee for Art at Stanford. June 20-29, 1986. A tour by Stanford University of Prairie homes and building in Chicago and Wisconsin. Tour of buildings related to Wright includes: Rookery Building Lobby, Wright’s Home and Studio and nearby homes, Unity Temple, Coonley Residence, Johnson Wax Building, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Jacobs I, Unitarian Church, Taliesin Spring Green, etc. Includes three illustrations. 8.5 x 3.5. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1986.39.0711
1986
Scholarship Fund. The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Brochure for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Scholarship includes two sections. The Philosophy of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, and information on the Scholarship Fund. Includes three photographs. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 4. 1986.68.0616
1986
Taliesin West Visitor Center. (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Brochure for the proposed Visitor Center at Taliesin West includes two sections. The proposed Visitor Center and The Commitment. Includes one photograph and two illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 4. 1986.69.0616
1986 Taliesin West. "A View of Taliesin West. A tour of Taliesin West includes a description of the idea and circumstances of its construction. Walking around the buildings, one can experience the relationship of the structures to the desert environment... Taliesin Wet is set on the western slopes of the McDowell Mountains n Scottsdale, Arizona. The buildings, built by Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship beginning in 1937 and continuing to the present, are the winter home, studio, workshop and office..." Informational brochure and Tour Information. Includes three photographs. 4 x 9. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1986.45.0811
1986 Unity Temple. "Unity Temple is where you will find the first real expression of the idea that the space within the building is the reality of that building... You will find the sense of the great room coming through - space not walled in now but more or less free to appear." Informational brochure includes a general description of the building, significance, visitor information, restoration and how to donate. Includes one illustration. 3.75 x 8. Pp 8. 22,500 printed. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1986.42.0811
1987
1987 “Tour Hillside Home School at Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin.”  (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)  Inside: “Built of sandstone and native oak, Hillside School blends into the gently sloping hillside demonstrating Frank Lloyd Wright’s philosophy that land, nature, buildings and furnishings should be treated as one...”  Information about guided tours.  Includes two photographs and one illustration.  3.75 x 8.5. 1987.59.0507
1987 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation”  (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)  Informational brochure that describes the different facets of the foundation. Sections include: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation; Taliesin; Taliesin West; Taliesin Associated Architects; Frank Lloyd Wright Archives; Taliesin Gates Development Co.; Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; Taliesin Council; Friends of Taliesin; Seminars; Tours.  3.75 x 8.5. 1987.60.0507
1987 Frank Lloyd Wright. Meyer May House, Grand Rapids, Michigan. (1908 - S.148). The Meyer May house was commissioned in 1908 by a prominent Grand Rapids clothier; designed by America’s most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright; and restored to its original concept by Steelcase Inc. in 1987. The Steelcase and Wright connection goes back to 1936 when Steelcase was contracted to manufacture Wright-designed office furniture for the Johnson Wax Administration." Informational brochure includes a general information and history of the building and Wright, and tour information. Includes eight photographs. 3.9 x 8.5. Pp 8. Insert: Updated 1988 tour information. 3.75 x 8.5. Pp1. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1987.69.0811
1987
Taliesin, The Home in Wisconsin (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Spring Green, Wisc.) "Share America’s Pride. Frank Lloyd Wright’s beloved Taliesin is an architectural legacy for all America. At Taliesin, we sense Wright’s presence still; the signs of his genius are everywhere. This is as it should be. In Virginia, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello affirms his innovative genius and intellectual energy..." 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 4 1987.93.0616
1987 The Wright People. April 9-12, 1987. (Published and sponsored by Domino’s Pizza in cooperation with The University of Michigan College of Architecture and Urban Planning.) A symposium and festival celebrating the clients of Frank Lloyd Wright and the manufacturers of his designs. "During the course of his independent career of over sixty-six years, Frank Lloyd Wright was helped enormously by a large number of perceptive and far-seeing clients, both individual and corporate.  ...he also worked closely with several important manufacturers, particularly later in life. These included F. Schumacher Company, Heritage-Henredon Furniture Company, and Steelcase, Inc. For each of these manufacturers, he produced important designs, many of which were carried into production." Speakers included: Thomas S. Monaghan; Mr. And Mrs. William Palmer (S.332 - 1950); Mr. Edgar Kaufman, Jr. (S.230 - 1935); Mr. & Mrs. Donald Lovness (S.391 - 1955); David Hanks; Vincent J. Scully, Jr. 8.9 x 4 opens to 34.75 x 4. Includes eight illustrations. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1987.68.0711
1988
1988 The USC School of Architecture cordially invites New Members of the Restoration Association for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Samual Freeman House to an Afternoon Gallery Talk and Reception in conjunction with the exhibits "Frank Lloyd Wright: An Architecture for the Southwest" and "The Johnson Wax Buildings: Creating a Corporate Cathedral". Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery and Holly House, Barnsdall Park. Sunday, February 28, 1988. 3:30. Gallery Talk by exhibit co-curator, Jeffrey M. Chusid, Freeman House Administrator, 4:30 - 6:30. Also includes Membership Application card (4 x 8) and envelope. 4 x 8. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1988.50.0811
1988 Frank Lloyd Wright: In The Realm of Ideas  (Published by the Scottsdale Cultural Council and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale).  Extensive brochure for traveling exhibition which included eight cities over three and a half years.  Exhibit included a full size Usonian Home funded by the City of Scottsdale, Arizona.  Center for the Fine Arts, Miami Florida, December 18, 1988 - February 26, 1989.  Includes eight photographs and five illustrations.  5.25 x 11.  Pp 10. For more information see our Wright Study on Usonian Automatic Homes and the Traveling Exhibit. 1988.40.0507
1988
Frank Lloyd Wright: In The Realm of Ideas (Published by the Scottsdale Cultural Council and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale). Extensive brochure for traveling exhibition which included eight cities over three and a half years.  Exhibit included a full size Usonian Home funded by the City of Scottsdale, Arizona.  Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington, October 9, 1989 - January 7, 1990.  Includes eight photographs and five illustrations.  5.25 x 11.  Pp 10. For more information see our Wright Study on Usonian Automatic Homes and the Traveling Exhibit. 1988.10.1289
1988
Frank Lloyd Wright In The Realm of Ideas.  Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.  Specific information about the full size Usonian Home that was exhibited in 8 cities in conjunction with above brochure.  Pp 6 1988.11.1289
1988
Frank Lloyd Wright: In The Realm of Ideas (Published by the Scottsdale Cultural Council and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Extensive brochure for traveling exhibition which included eight cities over three and a half years. Exhibit included a full size Usonian Home funded by the City of Scottsdale, Arizona. Marin Center Exhibit Hall, San Rafael, CA. February 16 - May 13, 1990. Includes eight photographs and five illustrations. 5.25 x 11. Two Copies. Pp 10 For more information see our Wright Study on Usonian Automatic Homes and the Traveling Exhibit. 1988.82.0415
1988 Frank Lloyd Wright: In The Realm of Ideas (Published by the Scottsdale Cultural Council and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale).  Extensive brochure for traveling exhibition which included eight cities over three and a half years. Exhibit included a full size Usonian Home funded by the City of Scottsdale, Arizona. San Diego Museum of Art, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA, June 23 - September 30, 1990. Includes eight photographs and five illustrations. 5.25 x 11. Pp 10. For more information see our Wright Study on Usonian Automatic Homes and the Traveling Exhibit. 1988.43.0509
1988
Frank Lloyd Wright and Madison: Eight Decades of Artistic and Social Interaction. A brochure for an exhibit by the same name held at the Elvehjem Museum of Art at the University of Wisconsin - Madison from September 2 to November 6, 1988. "Frank Lloyd Wright and Madison testifies to the exceptional enduring relationship Wright had with the city of Madison and its population. Between 1893 and 1959 Wright produced thirty-two designs for buildings to be located in Madison and its environs. Representing a variety of residential and institutional building types, these commissions issued from each decade of his professional life and illustrate all of his stylistic periods. Eleven of the thirty-two designs were built; eight remain standing today." Published by the Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Includes eight photographs and illustrations. Two copies. One courtesy of Mary Jane Hamilton, one courtesy of the Chazen Museum of Art (formerly the Elvehjem Museum of Art). Pp 8. 11 x 5. 1988.65.1213
1988
The House Beautiful: Frank Lloyd Wright For Everyone. A brochure for an exhibit by the same name held at the Elvehjem Museum of Art at the University of Wisconsin - Madison from September 2 to November 6, 1988. Held in conduction with Frank Lloyd Wright and Madison: Eight Decades of Artistic and Social Interaction. Exhibition related to Wright’s "The House Beautiful" (1897), Heritage-Henredon furniture (1955), and Schumacher textiles. Published by the Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Includes eight photographs and illustrations. 11 x 5. Pp 8. 1988.98.0617
1989
1989
"Frank Lloyd Wright Butterfly-Wing Bridge. A Southern Crossing for San Francisco Bay. The Oakland Museum. April 22 - July 2, 1989. Preview Reception: You are cordially invited to attend a special preview reception for the exhibition on Friday, April 21, 1989 from 6:30 to 9:00pm in the Museum Restaurant. The reception is hosed by the History Guild and the Council on Architecture of the Oakland Museum Association." Wright designed the Butterfly Wing Bridge (project) in 1947 for Spring Green, Wisconsin, for the Wisconsin Highway commission. In 1949, Wright expanded on his Butterfly Wing Bridge (project) for Southern Bay, Second Crossing, San Francisco, California. Neither projects were completed. (Published by The Oakland Museum Association, Oakland, CA.) Signed by Aaron Green, Architect, who spoke at the museum May 14, 1989, "Frank Lloyd Wright: Butterfly Wing Bridges and Other Flights of Fancy." 7 x 5. Pp 2 1989.96.0415
1989
"The Oakland Museum History Guild presents a series of Sunday afternoon lectures in honor of the upcoming exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright Butterfly-Wing Bridge: A Southern Crossing for San Francisco Bay. Sunday June 4th, Romanza: The California Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, David Gebhard. Sunday, May 14th, Frank Lloyd Wright: Butterfly Wing Bridges and Other Flights of Fancy, Aaron Green. Sunday, June 18th, The Bridges and the Bridge Men (Film). Wright designed the Butterfly Wing Bridge (project) in 1947 for Spring Green, Wisconsin, for the Wisconsin Highway commission. In 1949, Wright expanded on his Butterfly Wing Bridge (project) for Southern Bay, Second Crossing, San Francisco, California. Neither projects were completed. (Published by The Oakland Museum Association, Oakland, CA.) 11 x 6. Seven Copies. Pp 1 1989.97.0415
1989
Frank Lloyd Wright: Ideas and Treasures, June 8 - September 4, 1989. (Published by the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL) In conjunction with the traveling Usonian Exhibition House Exhibition, the Science and Industry also exhibited The Dana-Thomas House Treasures. "Frank Lloyd Wright: Ideas and Treasures," which included furniture, light fixtures and art glass windows and doors. "Frank Lloyd Wright: In The Realm of Ideas," included the full-size traveling Usonian Exhibition House. "Welcome to the world of Frank Lloyd Wright, a world of bold innovation that reshaped the face of architecture in the Twentieth Century. The Destruction of the Box introduces Wright’s concept of flowing interior space. Notice the lack of partitions that might block the flow. Notice, too, the long, low horizontal lines of the exteriors that reflect the lines of the prairie that was Wright’s environment..." 5.25 x 11.25. Pp 6. 1989.106.1116
1989 Frank Lloyd Wright: Meyer May House, Grand Rapids, Michigan.  The Meyer May House Press Kit. Brochure produced by Steelcase.  Looks like a reprint of a 1989 brochure indicating four tours in 2003. Six pages. 1989.25.0304
1989
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West. "Taliesin West, a National Landmark, occupies 600 acres of Sonoran desert in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains, a landscape filled with cactus, Ironwood and mesquite, On the terraces of Taliesin, plantings of purple lantana, bougainvillea and cassia complement the native vegetation... The Tour. Escorted by a trained guide, your tour of Taliesin West will take you across courtyards and terraces, down garden paths, past a citrus grove and alongside the large drafting studio used by architects and apprentices of the Fellowship..." Informational brochure and Tour Information. Includes three photographs. 4 x 9. Pp 4. Two Copies, One is a gift from Kathryn Smith. 1989.17.1101 1989.73.0811
1990
1990 Henry J. Allen Residence (S.205 - 1916). The Allen-Lambe House Museum and Study Center. "The Henry J. Allen Hyouse designed by Frank Lloyd Wright was sold, September 20, 1990 by the Wichita State University Endowment Assn. To the Allen-Lambe House Foundation... The design concepts date from 1915 and the House was occupied in 1918. The Allens continued to live in the house until late 1947. The House, that Frank Lloyd Wright considered ‘among my best,’ is considered the last of the Prairie Houses." Brochure includes history, tour information and an invitation to become a patron. Includes two illustrations. 3.75 x 8.5. Pp 6. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1990.88.0811
1990
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“Arizona Celebrates Frank Lloyd Wright 1990-1991.  Phoenix Art Museum, Taliesin West, Arizona State University, Tucson Museum of Art, Scottsdale Center for the Arts Presents A 16 month celebration of the life and work of the 20th century’s greatest architect Frank Lloyd Wright.” Includes one portrait and five illustrations. Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1990.  4 x 9.  Includes photostat of brochure head.  3 x 5.5.  (Two copies) 1990.10.1101 1990.71.0507
1990
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Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings.  Masterworks from the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives  (Published by the Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix)  Exhibition from January 13 - April 8, 1990.  ...More than 300 works selected from the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives housed at Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona are on view at the Phoenix Art Museum.  Includes one portrait and two illustrations.  4 x 9.  Pp 10.  (Two copies) 1990.11.1101 1990.70.0507
1990 Frank Lloyd Wright. Preserving an Architectural Heritage. April 1 - June 17, 1990. You are cordially invited to become a member of the Chicago Historical Society. Join the Chicago Historical Society by May 1, 1990 and you will receive a beautiful poster from the exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright: Preserving an Architectural Heritage. "In Organic Architecture then, it is quite impossible to consider the building as one thing and its setting and environment still another. The Spirit in which these buildings are conceive sees all these together at work as one thing... The very chairs and tables, cabinets and even musical instruments, where practicable, are of the building itself, never fixtures upon it." Frank Lloyd Wright (1910). 3.75 x 8.5. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1990.86.0811
1990
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Frank Lloyd Wright In The Realm of Ideas, Exhibit at Marin County Civic Center February 16 - May 13, 1990.  Included an actual Usonian Modeled Home. 1990.12.1101
1990 Frank Lloyd Wright: In The Realm of Ideas (Published by the Scottsdale Cultural Council, Scottsdale Center for the Arts) Informational brochure for the final exhibition of the traveling exhibit. "Scottsdale Cultural Council welcomes home Frank Lloyd Wright: In The Realm of Ideas, at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts, December 2, 1990 through April 7, 1991. This acclaimed exhibition features dramatic photo murals, architectural models, drawings and renderings, furniture and decorative arts, as well as the 1,800-square foot Usonian Automatic House erected on the Scottsdale Civic Center Mall." Traveling exhibition included eight cities over three and a half years. Exhibit included a full size Usonian Home funded by the City of Scottsdale, Arizona. Center for the Fine Arts. Includes three illustrations. 3.5 x 8.5. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1990.84.0711
1990 Japanese Prints and Textiles: Phoenix Art Museum. Two simultaneous exhibitions at the Phoenix Art Museum. A) "Surimono: Japanese Prints from the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives" October 6, 1990 - January 27, 1991. "Early in his century, architect Frank Lloyd Wright formed a large collection Japanese prints. From this collection some 750 surimono survive in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives; 60 of these prints are on view here in their first public showing." B) "Japanese Textiles from the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives" October 9, 1990 - January 13, 1991. "This is he first public exhibition of Edo period (1615-1868) textiles and garments purchased by Frank Lloyd Wright during his many visits to Japan, including the time he was supervising the construction of the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo (1913-22)." Three illustrations including varnished illustration in background of front and back cover. 4 x 9. Pp 4. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1990.85.0711
Circa 1990 Visit Unity Temple. "Unity Temple is where you will find the first real expression of the idea that the space within the building is the reality of that building." Informational brochure includes a brief description of the building, significance, tour information. Includes two illustrations. 3.7 x 8.5. Pp 2. (Two copies) Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1990.87.0811
1991
C 1991 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.) "Fallingwater. The Kaufmann Conservation on Bear Run. Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most widely acclaimed works, was designed in 1936 for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner Edgar J. Kaufmann... ‘The most successful example of American architectural design’, 1986 designation by the Forum of the American Institute of Architects... The key to the setting of the house is the waterfall over which it is built. The falls had been a focal point of the family’s activities, and they had indicated the area around the falls as the location for a home. They were unprepared for Wright’s suggestion that the house rise over the waterfall, rather than face it. But the architect’s original scheme was adopted almost without change." Brochure for tour information, including a map and six photographs. Bear Run Preserve 4,200 acre expanse... Conservancy has acquired over 140,000 acres of land... 3.75 x 8.25. Pp 8. Includes two tour tickets. 1991.62.0811
1991 “Taliesin West.  1992-93 Season.”  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)  “In 1937 architect Frank Lloyd Wright unleashed a bold, new experiment in the Arizona desert.  History and tour information.  Includes nine photographs and a map.  4 x 9.  Pp 6. 1991.44.0507
1992
1992
American System-Built Houses, 1992 Exhibition Announcement (1915-17 - S.200-204). In 1992, from January 24 - February 22, Kelmscott Gallery exhibited a dozen previously unpublished designs of Frank Lloyd Wright’s American System-Built Houses. Text of announcement: "American System-Built Houses. Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright. The Richards Company Proprietors. Milwaukee. January 24 - February 22. Kelmscott Gallery , 4611 North Lincoln Chicago 60625." 9.25 x 4. 1992.113.1216
1992 "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House." (Produced by the City of Los Angeles, CA)  Written by Levis, Sandra A. B. Short biography on Aline Barnsdal, Wright, and the history of the Hollyhock House. Includes eight photographs and three illustrations. 4 x 9. Pp 8. 1992.62.0492
1992 Frank Lloyd Wright’s 125th Birthday. June 6th & 7th, 1992. Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA. Events, Tours and Exhibitions related to Frank Lloyd Wright and Hollyhock House. Presentations by Scot Zimmerman, Curated by Kathryn Smith. 8.5 x 5.5. Pp 6. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Nine copies. 1992.79.0711
1992 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Olive Hill. The City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department Invites You to Attend A Reception... Models and drawings of unbuilt projects for Aline Barnsdall prepared by students of the Southern California Institute of Architecture. Curated by Kathryn Smith. Friday 5 June 1992, 6:00 - 9:00 pm. Hollyhock House, Barnsdall Art Park. Exhibition - 6 June 1991 to 17 January 1993. Includes illustration of the Hollyhock House stain glass window pattern. 5.5 x 8.5. Pp 1. Three copies. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1992.76.0711 1992.77.0711 1992.78.0711
1992 The Wright State. Frank Lloyd Wright In Wisconsin. September 11 - November 8, 1992. The Milwaukee Art Museum celebrates the 125th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth with a major exhibition of rarely seen drawings, models, photographs, furniture and textiles by the master architect. Also includes lectures and tours. Lectures: September 10, Johnathan Lipman; October 8, Meryle Secrest; October 22, Charles Gwathmey. Tours include Taliesin, Unitarian Meeting House, S.C. Johnson Company, Greek Orthodox Church as well as private homes. Includes one illustration and one photograph of Wright. 3.75 x 8.5. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1992.80.0811
1993
1993 Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site. (Published by the Illinois Department of Conservation.) Informational brochure for the Dana-Thomas House (S.072 - 1902). "Springfield’s Dana-Thomas House is the best preserved and most complete of Frank Lloyd Wright’s early ‘Prairie’ housed. The structure has changed little since it construction in 1902-04 for Springfield socialite and women’s activist Susan Lawrence Dana." Includes historic and tour information, two illustrations and five photographs. 3.5 x 9.3 site schedule inserted. 3.75 x 9. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1993.66.0811
1993

"Explore Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park, Illinois" (Published by the Oak Park Tour Center).  Brochure for tour information, including maps and seven photographs. 4 x 9.  Pp 8.

1993.40.0305
1994
1994 Frank Lloyd Wright: The Perspective of a New Generation. A symposium sponsored by The Museum of Modern Art and the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture, Columbia University. February 18 and 19, 1994. Symposium speakers included: Philip Johnson, Introduction; Neil Levine, "Modern Architecture and Frank Lloyd Wright: A love-Hate Relationship in Need of Analysis"; Terence Riley, "Wright in a New Perspective"; Anthony Alofsin, "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Ideology of Drawing". Includes one illustration. 5.5 x 9. Pp 2. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1994.64.0811
1994 Frank Lloyd Wright Architect. February 20 - May 10, 1994. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. "Frank Lloyd Wright has captured the American imagination as has no other architect... Wright is a compelling study as a cultural figure as well as a designer. A staunch individualist, he continually renewed himself over the years, emerging from personal scandal and financial difficulties with fresh ideas and reconfirmed convictions... Frank Lloyd Wright Architect is the largest exhibition of his work since his death thirty-five years ago. Extending to two floors of the Museum, it presents over one hundred projects in a variety of mediums - models, photographs, full-scale wall constructions, architectural fragments and 350 original drawings that convey the architect’s unique vision, prodigious imagination, and indefatigable energy." Written by: Folpe, Emily Kies. Includes five photographs, three illustrations and lectures by Vincent J. Scully, Narcisco G. Menocal, Bruce Brooks Pfieffer and Thomas S. Hines. Cover photograph by the Photographic Department, S.C. Johnson & Sons, Inc. 5.25 x 8.4. Pp 10. Two copies, one a gift from Kathryn Smith. 1994.62.0711 1994.69.1212
1994

FLWSA: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture)  Brochure describing the school, and a perforated reply card for requesting an application and more information. Includes three photographs. Two Color. 4 x 9.  Pp 6.

1994.36.0305
1994 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wasmuth Folios: Representing The Ideal. A exhibition presented by The Temple Hoyne Buell Center for The Study of American Architecture and the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library at Columbia University. February 12 - March 12, 1994. Anthony Alofsin, Curator. "Frank Lloyd Wright was in the forefront of modern architects who realized the tremendous potential impact of how architecture is represented. He understood the power of the print media to reach myriads of individuals who would never directly experience his buildings... The folios are the most beautiful compendium of his early work, and they convey the intense interest Wright had in the perfected representation of his architecture... Published over 80 years ago, the plates of the Wasmuth monograph remain works of art, yet these precious objects sill contain within then the power to transform architecture into an ideal representation of how life could be lived. 3.7 x 8.5. Pp 6. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1994.63.0711
1994
"Taliesin Architects. Taliesin Architects is the continuation of the practice of architecture begun by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1893. As the firm enters its second one hundred years of architectural practice, it has rededicated itself to globally lead the exploration of Organic Architecture, provided superior service to its’ clients and make an enduring contribution to the culture in which its works reside..." Photographs include Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, Rocky Mountain National Park Visitors Center, Community Theater, San Jose, Vaikapu Valley Country Club and the Lincoln Income Life Insurance Co., 1994. Pp 2. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1994.96.0616
1995
1995 Frank Lloyd Wright and Japanese Art. March 11 - June 1995. Phoenix Art Museum. "Japanese art and culture played an important role in Frank Lloyd Wright’s career. Over his lifetime (1967-1959) he amassed a tremendous collection of Asian art for himself and assisted with the development of other major Japanese print collections... Frank Lloyd Wright and Japanese Art gathers together for the first time prints, screens, textiles and ceramics once owned by Wright. As a whole, they provide insight to Frank Lloyd Wright’s taste and an opportunity to enjoy Japanese art through his eyes." Includes eight lectures and seminars concerning Wright. Three were held at Taliesin West, and presented by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, Penny Fowler and Margo Stipe. 4.25 x 10.4. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1995.56.0711
Circa 1995 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (Circa 1995). (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.) "The Kaufmann Conservation on Bear Run. Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most widely acclaimed works, was designed in 1936 for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner Edgar J. Kaufmann. The key to the setting of the house is the waterfall over which it is built. The falls had been a focal point of the family’s activities, and they had indicated the area around the falls as the location for a home. They were unprepared for Wright’s suggestion that the house rise over the waterfall, rather than face it. But the architect’s original scheme was adopted almost without change." Brochure for tour information, including map and six photographs, by Harold Corsini (1), Christopher Little (2), Thomas A. Heinz (3). Not dated, but receipt dated August 1995 attached to brochure. 3.75 x 8.24. Pp 8. 1995.55.0711
C 1995
"The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation. Safeguarding the Creative Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Foundation. For more than a century, the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio has reminded visitors of the genius that worked within its walls. Here, Wright conceived the Prairie style – the first of his many contributions to the development of modern architecture..." Other sections include; The Robie House Restoration; The Home and Studio; Education and Outreach; Join Us; Collections. Three additional single sheets inserted. Includes 8 photographs. 5.5 x 8.5. Pp 6. 1995.73.0415
1996
"The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Annual Conference. Seattle, Washington. Wright in the Northwest. September 25 to 28, 1996. Wright in the Northwest. The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy invites you to attend its eighth annual conference, this year held in Seattle, Washington, gateway to the Northwest. Seattle is nationally recognized as one of North America’s ‘most livable’ cities, combining a spectacular setting between the Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains, a benign climate, and surprising strong and sophisticated urban tradition. Several outstanding Usonian houses will provide the centerpiece for three days of tours; lectures; panel discussions with nationally recognized architects; on-site demonstrations; and presentations featuring craftsmen, scholars, legal specialists, Wright homeowners, clients, and site directors, as well as others concerned with the preservation of Wright’s architecture. Includes seven photographs. Pp 16. 5.5 x 8.5 1996.75.0415
1996
1975
Frank Lloyd Wright German Warehouse Tour, 1975 (1915 - S.183). (Published by the Citizens of Richland county.) "Frank Lloyd Wright German Warehouse Tour Born in 1867 in Richland Center, Frank Lloyd Wright returned in 1915 to design a 4-story brick and concrete warehouse for Mr. A.D. German. Building construction spanned 5 years, during which time the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo was completed. These two buildings constituted Mr. Wright’s most important work during this period..." Tour - Sunday, August 3, 1975. Includes one illustration. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 1 1996.22.0616
1996 Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona.  1996-97 Season Oct. Thru May.  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)  Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation  “...set with immense care and subtlety in a scene of almost overpowering beauty, the epic conjunction of uniquely American landscape and a uniquely American genius...”  Brochure for tour information. Includes map, nine photographs and one illustration. 4 x 9.  Pp 6. 1996.56.0305
1996 The First National Bank of Dwight, Dwight, Illinois.  Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. (Published by The First National Bank of Dwight, Dwight, Illinois)  Inside: In The First National Bank of Dwight, Wright created a structure that has stood the test of time and remains virtually unchanged. Initially designed to house two separate businesses, it was remodeled in the 1950's to keep abreast with modern banking conditions and the growth of the institution. The major change was the lowering of the beamed skylight ceiling in order to install air conditioning. The oak trim was removed and much of the interior limestone was covered.
     In the 1960's, the bank was remodeled again to restore the buildings original character. The dividing partition was removed to allow the bank to occupy the entire space. The original plans were used to replace the oak trim and to recreate the skylight, which is now lit through electrical means. Wright believed there was a natural and honest truth in a building's materials, the exposed brickwork, the natural strength of oak and even the exposed pillars revealing the building's structure. As a molder of form and space, Wright experienced the relationship between architecture and surrounding nature as perhaps no other architect in history, so that his buildings seem to literally grow out of their environments. 11 x 8.5. Pp 6. For more information see out Wright Study.
1996.61.0209
1996 Unity Temple. Self Guided Tour. "Welcome to Unity Temple, one of the most important buildings Frank Lloyd Wright built during his long career. As you move through the building you will experience how Wright creates anticipation by leading us through low, dark spaces into high, light spaces." Informational brochure includes a brief history, descriptive tour, general description of the building, significance, visitor information and restoration. Includes two illustrations. 4.75 x 8. Pp 6. 22,500 printed. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1996.66.0811
Circa 1996 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple. "Wright’s use of poured reinforced concrete as the building material and the bold cubist design, broke the barriers on religious architecture in America." Informational brochure includes a general description of the building, significance, visitor information, restoration and how to donate. Includes five photographs and two illustrations. 3.5 x 8.5. Pp 8. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1996.67.0811
1997
1997
Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan (Published by the Stichting Siebold Council, Japan. Special cooperation: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Phoenix Art Museum. Sponsored by Imperial Hotel, Ltd.) Exhibition brochure published on the occasion of the exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan", at five different museums from January 4 - September 21, 1997. Printed in Japanese. Supervised by Hiroyuki Kano, Bruce Brooks Preiffer. Produced by Penny Fowler, Margo Stipe, Kikuko Inoue, Kazumi Yagi, Yoichiro Mizuguchi. 7.2 x 10.1. 1997.59.1213
1997 Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona.  1997-1998 Season Oct. Thru May.  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)  Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation  “...set with immense care and subtlety in a scene of almost overpowering beauty, the epic conjunction of uniquely American landscape and a uniquely American genius...”  Brochure for tour information. Includes map, nine photographs and one illustration.  4 x 9.  Pp 6.  (Four copies) 1997.36.0305 1997.37.0305 1997.38.0305 1997.39.0305
1998
1998 Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site. (Published by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.) Informational brochure for the Dana-Thomas House (S.072 - 1902). "Springfield’s Dana-Thomas House is the best preserved and most complete of Frank Lloyd Wright’s early ‘Prairie’ housed. The structure has changed little since it construction in 1902-04 for Springfield socialite and women’s activist Susan Lawrence Dana." Includes historic and tour information, two illustrations and five photographs. 200,000 printed. 3.75 x 9. Pp 8. (Two copies.) One copy is a gift from Kathryn Smith. 1998.41.0305 1998.65.0811
1998

Frank Lloyd Wright: Oak Park Home and Studio, Robie House (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation).  Brochure for tour information, including maps and nine photographs. 4 x 9.  Pp 8.  Two Copies.

1998.42.0305 1998.43.0305
1998
The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Annual Conference. Chicago, Illinois, September 23-27, 1998 (Soft Cover) (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, IL) "The Genesis of Genius: Frank Lloyd Wright and His Vision for the American Prairie. The conference will feature a keynote address by Vincent J. Scully, world-renowned historian and critic of modern architecture, and author of some of the most important books and articles ever written about Wright..." Includes nine photographs. Two copies. 4 x 8.5. Pp 28 1998.75.0415
1998
Harold Price Sr., Residence (1954 - S.378). "Welcome to U-Haul House. A Desert Masterpiece by Frank Lloyd Wright. (Published by U-Haul International, Inc. Phoenix, AZ) 1998. Hidden from passing view, like a jewel in the desert, is a stately mountain residence designed and built in 1954 by world-acclaimed architectural genius Frank Lloyd Wright... and considered by Wright himself to be the masterpiece that gives form to his professional credo. U-Haul House stands on nearly nine acres of Arizona desert, blending into the natural environs of dramatic mountainside and built to take full advantage of breathtaking desert views... The residence was originally commissioned by and built for Harold C. Price Sr., a prominent American businessman... An estate preservation project was undertaken in the spring of 1997..." Includes seven photographs. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 1998.83.0616
1998 Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center.  Descriptive brochure including layouts and maps.  Pp 24.  3.75 x 8.5.  (Published by Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center) 1998.39.0205
1999
1999 Frank Lloyd Wright and Colleagues: Indiana Works, Indiana Arts Commission, Brochure for Exhibit at the John G. Blank Center for the Arts, Michigan City, Indiana. Pp 8 1999.38.0304
1999 Frank Lloyd Wright and Colleagues: Indiana Works, Indiana Arts Commission, Insert for Exhibit at the John G. Blank Center for the Arts, Michigan City, Indiana. Pp 2 1999.39.0304
1999 The Price Tower: For Sale  (Published by Phillips Petroleum Company, Bellaire, Texas)  In 1981, the Price company sold the tower to Phillips, which used it as offices until 1984.  The building was mothballed for 15 years and was put up for sale.  The Arts Center intervened, convincing the company to spend nearly $4 million renovating the building as a gift to the center, which then raised $2.1 million more on its own to create the Inn at Price Tower.  Includes four photos, two illustrations and building specifications.  8.5 x 11. Pp 4. 1999.47.0706
1999 Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona. 1999-2000 Season Oct. Thru May.  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)  Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation  “...set with immense care and subtlety in a scene of almost overpowering beauty, the epic conjunction of uniquely American landscape and a uniquely American genius...”  Brochure for tour information. Includes map, nine photographs and one illustration.  4 x 9.  Pp 8. 1999.42.0305
1999
Tiffany & Co. Raffle Folder, 1999. Tiffany & Co. Raffle to benefit the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. In celebration of the opening of their new store in Scottsdale, Arizona, Tiffany & Co. Has generously donated forty-six porcelain and crystal pieces designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for a raffle to benefit Wright’s desert masterpiece... Taliesin West. Imperial Dinner Service. Frank Lloyd Wright designed every facet of the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan (1912-1923; demolished 1968), from the furniture, carpets, and upholstery fabrics to the linens, silver and china - including the porcelain dinnerware for the hotel’s formal dining room... Crystal. In the late 1920s, Mr. Wright was approached by a Dutch concern, the Leerdam Galssfabrik Company, to create a line of glassware, dinner service, and specialty tabletop pieces for commercial production. Mr. Wright created sixteen designs for the set, most based on hexagonal and octagonal patterns. However, only one -- a flower vase -- was produced..." The drawing for the raffle took place on May 15, 1999. Includes: 1) Folder; 2-3) Two descriptive broadsides; 4-7) Four photographic broadsides; 8) Single sheet with six raffle tickets; 9) Envelope. 6.75 x 6.75. 1999.81.0616
1999 "Wright and Like. June 4-5, 1999. Milwaukee Tours." Sponsored and published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin Heritage Tourism Program. Inside: "Celebrate the anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth (June 8) by participating in the fourth annual Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin Heritage Tour..." Tour includes Milwaukee Art Museum, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church (S.399 - 1956), Frederick C. Bogk Residence (S.196 - 1916), and nine homes designed by Wright and others including the American System Built Homes (S.200-4 - 1911-17) and the Marshall Erdman Prefabricated, Prefab #1, Joseph Mollica Residence (S#411.1 - 1958). Includes seven photographs. Pp 4. 3.75 x 8.5, opens to 11 x 17. 1999.64.0711
2000
2000 FLWSA: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture)  Brochure describing the school, includes fifteen photographs. 4 x 9.  Pp 12. 2000.30.0305
2000 John Howe in Minnesota. The Prairie School Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright. September 2, 2000 - January 7, 2001. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota. "For more than twenty years, John Howe was known as ‘the pencil in Frank Lloyd Wright’s hand.’ As Wright’s chief draftsman at Taliesin from 1937 to 1959, Howe worked on such famous projects as the Johnson /wax Building in Racine, Wisconsin, the Unitarian ‘Church in Madison, Wisconsin, and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. But Howe’s long association with Wright overshadowed his own significant achievements as an architect and designer... In Minnesota alone there are more than 80 Howe building, which are some of the finest examples of organic architecture in the Midwest." This is the first major presentation of drawings from the John Howe papers at the Northwest Architecture archives at the University of Minnesota. Includes seven illustrations and two photographs. 7 x 8.5. Pp 8. Gift from Randolph C. Henning. 2000.64.1111
2001
2001 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple. (Published by the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation.) "My Little Jewel", The Space within the Building is the Reality of That Building", "Beautiful Room ...Noble Room" Wright on Unity Temple. "The Biggest Space in America", Ken Burns. Unity Temple was completed in 1908 and Frank Lloyd Wright said that Unity Temple "makes an entirely new architecture... and is the first expression of it. That is my contribution to modern architecture." Informational brochure includes a general description of the building, significance, visitor information, restoration and how to donate. Includes two photographs and two illustrations. (Two copies.) 4 x 9. Pp 10. One is a gift from Kathryn Smith. 2001.39.0305 2001.54.0811
2001 Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona. 2001-2002 Season Nov. Thru Apr.  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)  Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation  “...set with immense care and subtlety in a scene of almost overpowering beauty, the epic conjunction of uniquely American landscape and a uniquely American genius...”  Brochure for tour information. Includes map, nine photographs and one illustration.  4 x 9.  Pp 8. 2001.40.0305
2002
2002 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.) "The Kaufmann Conservation on Bear Run. Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most widely acclaimed works, was designed in 1936 for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner Edgar J. Kaufmann... The best all-time work of American architecture... Unquestionably the most famous private residence ever built... Fallingwater has always been rightly considered one of the complete masterpieces of twentieth-century art... National Geographic Traveler designated ‘Place of a Lifetime’." Brochure for tour information, including map and seven photographs. Bear Run Preserve 5,000 acre expanse... Conservancy has acquired over 280,000 acres of land... 3.75 x 8.5. Pp 10 2002.59.0305
2002

Guerrero on Wright (Published by the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center)  Brochure for the permanent exhibit.  Pp 12.

2002.57.0205
2002 Frank Lloyd Wright: Oak Park Home and Studio, Frederick C. Robie House (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust).  Brochure for tour information, including maps and fourteen photographs. 4 x 9.  Pp 12. 2002.58.0305
2002 Nakoma Resort and Spa at Gold Mountain (Circa 2002). Informational brochure pertain to the new resort. "At the age of 57, Wright designed Nakoma clubhouse at the request of the Nakoma Country Club’s members. It was to be located in Madison, Wisconsin but never came to fruition. Nakoma was described the Club’s membership as having ‘originality and dignity and a feeling of a truly outdoor country club that should encourage a spirit of democracy and good fellowship among the membership.’ " Includes twelve photographs and a 3.75 x 8.75 loose Reply Card. 4 x 9. 2002.99.0711
2002 Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin (Published by Taliesin Preservation, Inc.).  Brochure for tour information, including map and seven photographs. 3.75 x 8.5.  Pp 6. 2002.60.0305
2002 Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona. Summer / Fall, May Thru Oct. 2002.  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)  Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation  “...set with immense care and subtlety in a scene of almost overpowering beauty, the epic conjunction of uniquely American landscape and a uniquely American genius...”  Brochure for tour information. Includes map, nine photographs and one illustration.  4 x 9.  Pp 6.  (Two copies) 2002.68.0305 2002.69.0305
2003
2003 Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin Heritage Sites.  Brochure published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin, a non-profit organization. Description for eight Wright sites.  Pp 8.  (Published by Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin) 2003.15.0205
2003 Light Screens Exhibition, Smithsonian, March 14-July 20, 2003. Smithsonian American Art Museum at Renwick Gallery. "Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright. From 1885 to 1923, decorative glass windows were an integral part of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture. During this period, Wright designed ore than 4,500 windows for 160 buildings, of which almost 100 were completed. These ‘light screens,’ as he called them, were specific to the structures for which they were designed. This exhibition explores the evolution of Wright’s thinking about architecture, the integration of ornament, and the relation of interior space to exterior setting." In addition to the exhibition, also includes information on eight lectures and events during March -June. Includes two photographs related to Wright. 4 x 9 opens to 9 x 23.8. Pp 12. 2003.41.0711
2003 "Montana’s only Frank Lloyd Wright designed guest ranch, retreat and wildlife refuge - the historic and unique Alpine Meadow Ranch... In 1910, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to design a development that would allow people from the city to live in the mountains, pick apples, socialize, and live in a little utopia. It is believed that Wright visited the site to select the locations of the dwellings." (Published by the Alpine Meadow Ranch, Darby, Montana) Includes three photographs and one illustration. 8.5 x 11. 29 copies. Pg 1. For more information on the Como Orchard Summer Colony see our Wright Study. 2003.36.0909
2003 Win... the opportunity of a lifetime...  2 Round trip tickets and three days and two nights stay as resident guests at either Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona or Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin.  Donate $100 to enter...  Published by Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona.  Includes four photographs.  4.25 x 10.5.  Pp 4 2003.29.0707
2004
2004 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.) "The Kaufmann Conservation on Bear Run. Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most widely acclaimed works, was designed in 1936 for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner Edgar J. Kaufmann. The key to the setting of the house is the waterfall over which it is built. Historically, the falls were a focal point of the Kaufmanns’ activities, and the family indicated to Wright their desire to locate their weekend house near them. Much to their surprise, Wright designed the house to rise above the waterfall, rather than face it. The Kaufmanns adopted Wright’s original scheme with few changes... The best all-time work of American architecture... Unquestionably the most famous private residence ever built... Fallingwater has always been rightly considered one of the complete masterpieces of twentieth-century art... National Geographic Traveler designated ‘Place of a Lifetime’." Brochure for tour information, including map and six photographs. Bear Run Preserve 5,000 acre expanse... Conservancy has acquired over 215,000 acres of land... 3.75 x 8.24. Pp 10. Includes ticket and sticker. 2004.63.0811
2004
"Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin. Friday 19 November, Saturday 20 November. Save these dates and plan to be in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for a very special Frank Lloyd Wright weekend in November... Reception with Taliesin Fellows and Taliesin Preservation, Inc... Private winter tours of Frank Lloyd Wright designed houses: Fallingwater and nearby Kentuck Knob... The graphic silhouette of Taliesin, designed in 1933 by Taliesin Fellow Gene Masselink, is Copyright © 2004." Published by Taliesin Fellows and Taliesin Preservation, Inc. 8.5 x 5.5. Pp 2. 2004.68.0415
2005
2005 Initiatives in Art & Culture, New York University.  Crafting community: exploring complexity and contradiction. Organized by Lisa Koenigsberg, and New York University.  A conference in Buffalo and Upstate New York.  Thursday - Sunday, June 16-19, 2005.  Discusses and tours Darwin Martin complex, Graycliff and remains of the Larkin Building.  8.5 x 11.  Pp 2. 2005.17.0707
2005 "Montana’s only Frank Lloyd Wright designed guest ranch, retreat and wildlife refuge - the historic and unique Alpine Meadow Guest Ranch, LLC... In 1910, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to design a development that would allow people from the city to live in the mountains, pick apples, socialize, and live in a little utopia. It is believed that Wright visited the site to select the locations of the dwellings." (Published by the Alpine Meadow Guest Ranch, LLC, Darby, Montana) Includes nine photographs and one illustration. 3.4 x 7.7. Pp 6. For more information on the Como Orchard Summer Colony see our Wright Study. 2005.24.0909
2005
Harvey P. Sutton Residence Flyer Circa 2005 (1905 - S.106). The Sutton House. By Jan and Van Korell. "...The house you see today is very much like it was when completed, with a few changes made to update it to fit today’s lifestyles. Our architect, John G. Thorpe of Oak Park, Illinois designed the changes and worked very closely with us on the restoration. You will see these changes as your tour the house... Throughout the house are various designs of light fixtures. The ceiling fixtures in the family room and living room and all the sidewall fixtures are wither originals or ones that were replicated to match the originals..." 8.5 x 11. Pp 2. Includes one illustration Myrna De La cruz Galvez, John Thorpe Associates. See our Wright Study on the Sutton Home. 2005.36.0414
2007
2007 Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful, June 28 - October 8, 2007  (Published by the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine)  Portland Museum of Art Descriptive brochure describing the exhibition.  Back includes museum programs related to the Wright exhibition.  Includes four photographs.  (Fourteen copies)  7 x 8.5.  Pp 2. 2007.11.0907
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2007 Three American Architects: Richarson, Sullivan and Wright. Sunday, September 30, 2007.  Portland Museum of Art. (Published by the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine)  “James F. O’Gorman, acclaimed author, lecturer, historian and professor emeritus at Wellesley College, will discuss the individual and collective achievements of the recognized trinity of American architecture...”  Includes four photographs. (Six copies) 8 x 5.  Pp 2. 2007.25.0907
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2007.30.0907
2007 The Currier Museum of Art presents: The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Zimmerman House.  “The Currier Museum of Art offers you unique opportunity to explore the world of Frank Lloyd Wright.  The Zimmerman House is the only residence in New England designed by the acclaimed American architect that is open to the public.”  Tour information.  Includes four photographs.  8.5 x 11.  Seven copies.  Pg 1. 2007.31.0907
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2007.37.0907
2007 The Currier Museum of Art presents: The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Zimmerman House.  “The Currier Museum of Art offers you unique opportunity to explore the world of Frank Lloyd Wright.  The Zimmerman House is the only residence in New England designed by the acclaimed American architect that is open to the public.”  Tour information.  Includes five photographs.  5.5 x 8.5.  Ten copies.  Pg 1. 2007.38.0907
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2015
2015
David & Gladys Wright House Foundation 2015 Christmas Card (1950 - S.322). Cover: Adaptive illustration of the Frank Lloyd Wright designed David Wright Carpet. Inside: "Wishing you a Holiday Season filled with beauty, celebration and inspiration. David and Gladys Wright House Foundation." Signed: Zach Rawling, Sarah Levi. 6.25 x 6.25 2015.20.1215
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