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Date: 1970

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater.

Author: Paramount Communications

Description: 16mm Color Film

Size: 24 Minutes

ST#: 1815.02.0602

   
Date: 1989

Title: House on the Waterfall

Author: QED Communications

Description: Tour of Fallingwater

Size: 30 Minutes

ST#: 1989.22.0390

   
Date: 1996

Title: Fallingwater: The Apprentices

Author: Produced by Love, Kenneth. Executive Producer McNulty, Barbara. In Association with The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.

Description: Edgar Kaufman Jr. hosts reunion of apprentices that worked with Wright on Fallingwater, Wes Peters, Bob Mosher, Edgar Tafel. Includes archived footage of the construction as well as of Taliesin.

Size: 56:12 Minutes

ST#: 1996.47.0305

   
Date: 2005

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (Produced by in-D press, in association with The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, A Planet Architecture Series Production, A TKS Film)

Author: Waggoner, Lynda; Armstrong, Cara

Description: In 1935, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a country house for the Kaufmann family over a small stream in Western Pennsylvania. He named it Fallingwater.  It, perhaps more than any other building, exemplifies Wright’s concept of ‘‘organic’’ architecture.  Examining the relationships between the site, the building, the clients, and the architect, reveal why it stands as a testament to a great architect working at the height of his career. Case (left) and DVD (right). (First Edition)

Size: 60 Minutes

ST#: 2005.18.0807

   
Date: 2006

Title: Saving Fallingwater (Produced and Directed by: Love, Kenneth)

Author: Love, Kenneth

Description: DVD. "Saving Fallingwater tells the story of the architects, engineers, and historians who rescued Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece. From the discovery of serious structural flaws, the search for the best repair strategy, and the race to complete the work before the structure failed, the film details the complex restoration process. Includes exclusive footage, in depth interviews, computer animation, and historical documentation."

Size: 54 Minutes

ST#:
2006.53.0516
   
   
   
BOOKS
 
NewHouseBearRun 1.jpg (51058 bytes) Date: 1938

Title: A New House on Bear Run, Penn. By Frank Lloyd Wright.  The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1938.  (Stiff Soft Cover - with Partial Wrap)  (Published by The Museum of Modern Art, New York)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd (MOMA)

Description: 3,000 copies printed.  (Has yellow 1/3 wrap around cover) (First Edition)  (Sweeney 430)

Size:

Pages: Pp 24

S#: 0430.00.0500

   
Date: 1963

Title: la casa sulla cascata di F. L. Wright, 25 anni dopo  (Soft Cover) (Published by ET/AS Kompass, Italy)

Author: Zevi, Bruno & Kaufmann, Edgar Jr.

Description: “Riegl’s prophecy and Fallingwater”: Zevi.  “Twenty five Years of the House on the Waterfall, Frank Lloyd Wright architect”: Kaufmann. This is a reprint from two separate articles in the August 1962 issue of L’Architettura.  The text is in Italian and English.  This soft cover edition is laid out differently then the hard cover version.  It has printed each article separately as it appears in the publication.  The HC version combines the two articles.  Includes 131 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price L. 1500. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1537)

Size: 9.5 x 12.75

Pages: Pp 80

S#: 1537.00.0301

   
LaCasaFallwtr 1.jpg (26231 bytes) Date: 1965

Title: La casa sulla cascata di F. Ll. Wright Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by ET/AS Kompass, Italy)

Author: Zevi, Bruno & Kaufmann, Edgar Jr.

Description: “Riegl’s prophecy and Fallingwater” Zevi.  “Twenty five Years of the House on the Waterfall, Frank Lloyd Wright architect” Kaufmann. This is a reprint from two separate articles in the August 1962 issue of L’Architettura.  The text is in Italian and English.  This hard cover edition is laid out differently then the soft cover version.  It combines the text from both articles at the front of the book.  Includes 123 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price L. 3500. (Second Edition: 1965)  (Sweeney 1537)

Size: 9.5 x 12.75

Pages: Pp 80

S#: 1537.01.0301

   
Date: 1965

Title: "Frank Lloyd Wrights Fallingwater 25 years after." (Broadside published by Prairie School Press, Chicago)

Description: 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..."  Gift of Greg Brewer.

Size: 8.5 x 14

Pages: Pp 1

S#: 1628.53.0516

   
FLWStudyArchCnt-Smith 1.jpg (30977 bytes) Date: 1978

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, The House and Its History  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Dover Publications)

Author: Hoffmann, Donald

Description: Original SC List Price $5.00.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 98

ST#: 1978.01.0201

   
Date: 1993

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, The House and Its History (Soft Cover) (Second, Revised Edition) (Published by Dover Publications, Inc., New York)

Author: Hoffmann, Donald: Introduction by: Kaufmann, Edgar Jr.

Description: First published in 1978. "Preface to the Second Edition. This book presents a new study grown upon the skeleton of a previous book. My lack of access to the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives severely handicapped the earlier edition... The documents related to Fallingwater, said Mr. Wright, could not be made available until the archives were completely catalogued. Memories and hearsay, unfortunately, acquire a specious life of their own as they take further leave from fact, they need to be confronted by documents." 116 photographs and illustration. Original list price $12.95. (Second Edition)

Size: 9.25 x 10.75

Pages: Pp 116

ST#: 1993.67.0811

   
Date: 1982

Title: 50 Years of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. The Early Years.  (Soft Cover)

Author: Netting, M. Graham

Description: "Fallingwater & Bear Run".  Original HC List Price $53.00, SC List Price $26.50. (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 23-29

ST#: 1982.17.1004

   
East-Heinz 1.jpg (31723 bytes) Date: 1986

Title: Fallingwater, A Frank Lloyd Wright Country House  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Abbeville Press, Inc. New York)

Author: Edgar Kaufmann

Description: Original HC List Price $55.00.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 190

ST#: 1986.01.0391

   
Date: 1988

Title: Fallingwater: What Modern Methods Might Have Done (Printed and bound by Miller)

Author: Miller, Mark W.

Description: Private essay most likely compiled and written for a college engineering course. Includes six color photographs from Miller’s visit to Fallingwater.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 14

ST#: 1988.74.0714

   
Date: 1988

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy)  (Soft Cover)

Author: Western Pennsylvania Conservancy

Description: Original SC List Price $6.95.  Two copies.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 17

ST#: 1988.18.0404, 1988.29.0806

   
  Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 4 Fallingwater (1990)
   
Date: 1993

Title: The Kaufmann Office - Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)

Author: Wilk, Christopher

Description: Original HC List Price Ł14.95 (Approx  $25.95). (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 88

ST#: 1993.06.0800

   
Fallingwater-Phaidon 1.jpg (19152 bytes) Date: 1994 Edition

Title: Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright, Architecture in Detail  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Phaidon Press, Inc. London, New York)

Author: McCarter, Robert

Description: Original SC List Price $14.95. (First Edition)

Size: 11.5 x 11.5

Pages: Pp 60

ST#: 1994.15.1101

   
Date: 1997 Edition

Title: Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright  (Published by Barnes & Noble Books, New York by arrangement with Phaidon Press Limited, London)  (Hard Cover DJ)

Author: McCarter, Robert

Size: 12 x 12

Description: First published in 1994 by Phaidon Press, Inc.  London.  Includes history of Fallingwater, original drawings, photographs and detailed drawings. (Second Edition)

Pages: Pp 60

ST#: 1997.41.0407

   
Date: 1999

Title: Twentieth-Century Houses: (Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture 3's)  (Hard Cover)  (Published by Phaidon Press, Inc. London, New York)

Author: McCarter, Robert

Description: First section of this three part book is about Fallingwater. This was first published as a separate book in 1994 as "Fallingwater".  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 1-60

ST#: 1999.35.0404

   
Fallingwater-Phaidon 1.jpg (19152 bytes) Date: 2002 Edition

Title: Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright, Architecture in Detail.  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Phaidon Press, Inc. London, New York)

Author: McCarter, Robert

Description: This smaller version is an exact reprint of the larger 1994 version.  Original SC List Price $14.95. (First Edition this size.)

Size: 10x10

Pages: Pp 60

ST#: 2002.61.0306

   
Date: 1994

Title: Fallingwater in 3D Studio: A Case Study and Tutorial (Published by Onward Press, Santa Fe, NM)  (Soft Cover)

Author: Sanchez, Laura & Alex

Description: Includes a 3.5 inch computer disc. Original list price $80.95. (First Edition)

Size: 7 x 9

Pages: Pp 388

ST#: 1994.42.0406

   
DownToEarth 1.jpg (42877 bytes) Date: 1996

Title: Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Romance With Nature  (Hard Cover - DJ)

Author: Waggoner, Lynda S.

Description: Original HC List Price $18.95. (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 80

ST#: 1996.04.1199

   
Date: 1997

Title: The Architecture Pack (Hard Cover) (Published by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York)

Author: Van Der Meer, Ron; Sudjic, Deyan

Description: Pop-up book that includes a page on Fallingwater. Pop-up of Fallingwater, loose fold-out with illustration and layout, and four photographs. Original HC List Price $50.00. (First Edition)

Size: 11.25 x 11.25

Pages: Pp 36

ST#: 1997.33.0305

   
Date: 1999

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater  (Hard Cover - DJ)

Author: Stoller, Ezra; Introduction by Levine, Neil

Description: Original HC List Price $19.95.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 90

ST#: 1999.14.1201

   
Date: 1999

Title: Merchant Prince and Master Builder   (Hard Cover - DJ)

Author: Cleary, Richard L.

Description: Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Merchant Prince and Master Builder: Edgar J. Kaufmann and Frank Lloyd Wright, organized by and held at the Heinz Architectural Center from April 10 to October 3, 1999.  Original HC List Price $14.98.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 200

ST#: 1999.31.1002

   
Date: 2000

Title: Fallingwater and Pittsburgh, Wright Studies Volume Two (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois)

Author: Edit: Menocal, Narciso

Description: "In Wright Studies Volume Two: Fallingwater and Pittsburgh, contributors Kathryn Smith, Neil Levine, and Richard Cleary concentrate on two themes: Smith focuses on Wright’s interest in the imagery of water in architecture while Levine and Cleary look at Wright’s relationship with Edgar Kaufmann, the department store magnate, and analyze the results—aesthetic and otherwise—of that relationship. All three deal with Fallingwater, built for Kaufmann in the 1930s, and other projects planned for Pittsburgh, which included a planetarium, a civic center, a parking garage, and an apartment house. Smith discusses how Wright refined his integration of bodies of water into his designs over the course of his career, the most successful of which is Fallingwater. Levine provides historical background on Fallingwater and analyzes the architectural elements of the design while emphasizing Fallingwater’s temporal dimension. Cleary covers Wright’s Pittsburgh projects and Edgar Kaufmann Sr.’s role in them." (Publisher’s description.) Original SC List Price $35.00, HC List Price $50.00. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 113

ST#:
2000.84.0817
   
Date: 2000

Title: Fallingwater and Pittsburgh, Wright Studies Volume Two (Soft Cover)  (Published by Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois)

Author: Edited by Menocal, Narciso

Description: "In Wright Studies Volume Two: Fallingwater and Pittsburgh, contributors Kathryn Smith, Neil Levine, and Richard Cleary concentrate on two themes: Smith focuses on Wright’s interest in the imagery of water in architecture while Levine and Cleary look at Wright’s relationship with Edgar Kaufmann, the department store magnate, and analyze the results—aesthetic and otherwise—of that relationship. All three deal with Fallingwater, built for Kaufmann in the 1930s, and other projects planned for Pittsburgh, which included a planetarium, a civic center, a parking garage, and an apartment house. Smith discusses how Wright refined his integration of bodies of water into his designs over the course of his career, the most successful of which is Fallingwater. Levine provides historical background on Fallingwater and analyzes the architectural elements of the design while emphasizing Fallingwater’s temporal dimension. Cleary covers Wright’s Pittsburgh projects and Edgar Kaufmann Sr.’s role in them." (Publisher’s description.) Original SC List Price $35.00, HC List Price $50.00. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 113

ST#: 2000.15.0402

   
Date: 2000

Title: Fallingwater: The Model  (Hard Cover - DJ)   (Published by  Rissoli)

Author: Bonfilio, Paul

Description: Original HC List Price $30.00.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 80

ST#: 2000.18.0502

   
Date: 2003

Title: Fallingwater Rising: Frank Lloyd Wright, E.J. Kaufmann, and America’s Most Extraordinary House  (Hard Cover - DJ)   (Published by Knopf Publishing Group)

Author: Toker, Franklin

Description: Original HC List Price $35.00.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 496

ST#: 2003.05.0404

   
  Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater GA Traveler 003 (2003)
   

Color Samples

Date: 2006

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater Inspired Colors (Published by PPG Pittsburgh Paints, Pittsburgh, PA)

Author: Waggoner, Lynda; Schlotter, Dee

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright's Approach to Color. Color was very important to conveying Frank Lloyd Wright's aesthetic of organic architecture as a unified whole. He drew from two sources in determining his palette for a given project: the nature of the site and the nature of the building materials. In the early projects, particularly the Prairie houses that were constructed of brick and stucco, autumnal colors predominate: warm shades of red, gold, brown and yellow-green. These restful yet intense colors were accented by a palette of related hues and created a harmonious, unified and serene environment for the client. At Fallingwater, Wright employed both a limited palette of color and a limited number of materials in his desire to create an organic and integrated whole." Lynda Waggoner, Vice President & Director of Fallingwater. Folder open at the top, Thirteen color samples inside include: Cherokee Red, Covered Wagon, Lava Gray, Lion’s Mane, Grapevine, Moth Gray, Bone White, Tanglewood, Red Gumball, Chocolate Truffle, Dusty Trail, Mountain Forest, Blue Lava. More information. (First Edition)

Size: Folder 8 x 8. Samples 4 x 6.

Pages: Pp 28

ST#: 2006.26.0809

   
Date: 2014

Title: Fallingwater Drawings (Soft Cover, Wire Bound) (Published by John Randal Publishing and Wilkerson & Hughes, LLC. Regina, SK, Canada, Altoona, Florida)

Author: John Randal Publishing; Wilkerson & Hughes

Description: Falling Water was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 20th century for a secluded lot in the Pennsylvania mountains 43 miles southeast of Pittsburgh for the Department Store owner Edger Kaufmann. This is considered one of the greatest American home designs by Frank Lloyd Wright. This book is entirely composed of measured drawings conducted by the American Historical Building Survey. This book also contains the drawings of the Guest House located nearby. Original list price $6.95. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 15

ST#: 2014.14.1014

   
Date: 2017

Title: Fallingwater. The Building of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece (Hard cover Library Binding DJ) Published by Roaring Book Press, New York, A division of Holtzbrinck Publisheing, New York)

Author: Harshman, Marc; Smucker, Anna Egan

Description: Juvenile. "In Bear Run, Pennsylvania, a home unlike any other perches atop a waterfall. The water's tune plays differently in each of its sunlight-dappled rooms; the structure itself blends effortlessly into the rock and forest behind it. This is Fallingwater, a masterpiece equally informed by meticulous research and unbounded imagination, designed by the lauded American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. This book guides young readers through Wright's process designing Fallingwater, from his initial inspirations to the home's breathtaking culmination. It is a exploration of a man, of dreams, and of the creative process; a celebration of potential. Graceful prose and rich, dynamic illustrations breathe life into the story of Frank and Fallingwater, a man and home utterly unlike any other." (Publisher’s Description.) Original list price $18.99.

Size: 8.75 x 11.25

Pages: Pp 40

ST#:
2017.18.0718
   
   
   
BROCHURES
 
Date: Circa 1940-50s

Title: Thrush Forced Circulating Flow Control Hot Water Heat! (Published by H. A. Thrush & Company, Peru, Indiana.)

Description: 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.

Size: 8.4 x 10.9

Pages: Pp 16.

S#: 0647.15.1011

   
Date: 1980

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.)

Description: "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... Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 3.75 x 8

Pages: Pp 8

ST#: 1980.28.0811

   
Date: Circa 1985

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.) "Fallingwater.

Description: 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... Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 3.75 x 8

Pages: Pp 8

ST#: 1985.39.0811

   
Date: C 1991

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.)

Description: "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... Includes two tour tickets.

Size: 3.75 x 8.25

Pages: Pp 8

ST#: 1991.62.0811

 

   
Date: Circa 1995

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (Circa 1995). (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.)

Description: "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.

Size: 3.75 x 8.24

Pages: Pp 8

ST#: 1995.55.0711

   
Date: 2002

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy)

Description: "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...

Size: 3.75 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 10

ST#: 2002.59.0305

   

Date: 2004

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.)

Description: "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...  Includes ticket and sticker.

Size: 3.75 x 8.24

Pages: Pp 10

ST#: 2004.63.0811

   
   
   
CALENDARS
 
Date: 1992

Title: Fallingwater: 1992 Calendar (Published by Abbeville Press, Inc. New York)

Author: Photography by Christopher Little

Description: Calendar inspired by “Fallingwater, A Frank Lloyd Wright Country House.”   Original list price $9.95. (First Edition)

Size: 14 x 11

Pages: Pp 24

ST#: 1991.39.0506

   
Date: 2002

Title: Fallingwater: Wright 2002 - Calendar

Author: Universe Publishing

Description:

Photographs by Robert P. Ruschak (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 24

ST#: 2001.10.1201

   
   
   
COINS
 
Date: 2011

Title: Fallingwater 75th Anniversary Bronze coin.

Description: Produced by Fallingwater and the Pennsylvania Conservancy. 75 Years of Art in Nature. Fallingwater, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most widely acclaimed works, was designed in 1935 for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner Edgar J. Kaufmann. Construction of the house began in 1936, and the house’s acclaim has grown steadily since that time... The year 2011 marks Fallingwater’s 75th anniversary. Perhaps better than any single work, Fallingwater exemplifies Wright’s concept of organic architecture: the harmonious union of art and nature. Original list price including shipping $17.90.

Size: Set in four page folder, 3.75 x 6. Coin 1.5 inches.

ST#: 2011.11.1013

 

   
   
   
LIGHTING
 
Date: Circa 2007

Title: Fallingwater Vertical Bedside Lamp (1935 - S.230) designed circa 1936.

Description: This authorized reproduction (exact replica) was manufactured circa 2007. Handcrafted by local Pennsylvania craftsman. Frank Lloyd Wright designed this Vertical Bedside Lamp for Fallingwater, casting a soft glow against the natural stone wall. Constructed of walnut which swivels above a heavy case iron base. See "Fallingwater" Kaufmann, 1986, pages 98, 138-9, 144. Also "Frank Lloyd Wright Select Houses 4", Pfeiffer, 1990, pages 104, 110, 112. Wright also designed a matching horizontal desk lamp, see "Fallingwater" Kaufmann, 1986, pages 121, and in the Guesthouse bedroom, "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater", Hoffmann, 1978, page 181. Vertical lamp produced in three sizes, 13, 15 and 17 inches tall. Horizontal in two sizes, 24 and 36 inches wide. Original list price $378, purchased in 2007 at the Fallingwater Museum Store.

Size: 13 inches high, by 3 inches square, the base is 5 inches square

ST#: 2007.72.1213

 
   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater Master Bedroom 1985 (1935 - S.230).

Description: Fallingwater was designed in 1935. Built-in cabinets and headboard are made of Walnut. Two vertical bedside lamps are visible, one on either night stand. The HABS (Historic American Buildings Survey) drawings indicate two sizes, approximately 13" and 17". This master bedroom lamp would be the taller version. The lamp is constructed of walnut with a cast iron base. Built-in cabinets cover the North wall, the headboard is against the East wall. Photographed by Jack E. Boucher. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1985.45.0114

   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater Guesthouse Bedroom 1985 (1938 - S.231).

Description: The Fallingwater Guesthouse was designed in 1938. View from the Southwest. The bed and built-in night stands are against the North wall. Doors on the east wall open to the stone paved terrace. Two vertical bedside lamps are visible, one on either night stand. The HABS drawings indicate two sizes, approximately 13" and 17". These guest bedroom lamps would be the shorter version. The lamp is constructed of walnut with a cast iron base. Photographed by Jack E. Boucher. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1985.46.0114

   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater Guesthouse Bedroom Detail 1985 (1938 - S.231).

Description: The Fallingwater Guesthouse was designed in 1938. Detail view of the Northeast corner of the Guesthouse bedroom. Bed and night stand are on the left, built-in desk and radiator are to the right. Vertical bedside lamp is visible on the night stand. The HABS drawings indicate two sizes, approximately 13" and 17". This guest bedroom lamp would be the shorter version. The lamp is constructed of walnut with a cast iron base. Photographed by Jack E. Boucher. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1985.47.0114

   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater Guesthouse Bedroom Vertical Bedside Lamp Detail, Front View 1985 (1938 - S.231).

Description: The Fallingwater Guesthouse was designed in 1938. Frank Lloyd Wright designed vertical desk lamp sits on the night stand. The HABS drawings indicate two sizes, approximately 13" and 17". This guest bedroom lamp would be the shorter version. The lamp is constructed of walnut and swivels on a cast iron base. The interior of the lamp is coasted with a reflective paint. Photographed by Jack E. Boucher. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 7 x 10 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1985.48.0114

   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater Guesthouse Bedroom Vertical Bedside Lamp Detail, Side View 1985 (1938 - S.231).

Description: The Fallingwater Guesthouse was designed in 1938. Frank Lloyd Wright designed vertical desk lamp sits on the night stand. The HABS drawings indicate two sizes, approximately 13" and 17". This guest bedroom lamp would be the shorter version. The lamp is constructed of walnut and swivels on a cast iron base. The interior of the lamp is coasted with a reflective paint. Photographed by Jack E. Boucher. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 7 x 10 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1985.49.0114

   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater Guest Bedroom, Second Floor 1985 (1935 - S.230).

Description: Fallingwater was designed in 1935. View toward the Southeast. The built-in headboard is against the East wall. Windows are on the South wall. A vertical bedside lamp is visible on the built-in bedside shelf, a night stand is on the right. A Wright designed barrel chair can be seen on the far right. The HABS drawings indicate two sizes, approximately 13" and 17". This guest bedroom lamp would be the shorter version. The lamp is constructed of walnut with a cast iron base. Photographed by Jack E. Boucher. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1985.50.0114

   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater Guest Bedroom, Second Floor 1985 (1935 - S.230).

Description: Fallingwater was designed in 1935. View of the Southwest corner of the guest bedroom. Windows are on the South wall. Built-in walnut shelves and desk are on the west wall. A Wright designed barrel chair can be seen in front of the desk. A Frank Lloyd Wright designed horizontal desk lamp sits above the desk. The lamp is constructed of walnut with a cast iron base. Size is approximately two feet wide by six inches high. Photographed by Jack E. Boucher. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 7 x 10 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1985.51.0114

   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater Dressing Room, Second Floor 1985 (1935 - S.230).

Description: Fallingwater was designed in 1935. View of the Southwest corner of the dressing room. Windows are on the South wall. Built-in walnut shelves and desk are on the west wall. The desk has a circular cut-out for the window. A Frank Lloyd Wright designed horizontal desk lamp sits on the desk. The lamp is constructed of walnut with a cast iron base. Size is approximately two feet wide by six inches high. Photographed by Jack E. Boucher. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 7 x 10 Color photograph.

ST#: 1985.52.0114

   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater Entrance with built-in desk 1985 (1935 - S.230).

Description: Fallingwater was designed in 1935. Built-in walnut desk in the Northwest corner of entrance foyer. Frank Lloyd Wright designed horizontal desk lamp sits above the desk. The lamp is constructed of walnut with a cast iron base. Size is approximately two feet wide by six inches high. Door is behind the camera. Stairs are to the right, living room to the left. Photographed by Jack E. Boucher. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 7 x 10 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1985.44.0114

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater Desk Lamp 1987 (1935 - S.230).

Description: Fallingwater was designed in 1935. Frank Lloyd Wright designed horizontal desk lamp is constructed of walnut with a cast iron base. "Reading and writing required task lights, and, after some searching, Wright designed the simple lamp stand pictured here with its pivoting shade to adjust the light. The cast-iron base, finished in matte dark brown, holds a walnut veneer shade painted inside with aluminum. The same lamp stand is used with a longer shade, or with upright shades, long or short, according to need." Caption and photograph published in "Fallingwater," Kauffmann, 1986, p.121. Possibly photographed in one of the Guest Bedrooms. Size is approximately two feet wide by six inches high. Hand written on verso: "Detail of a lamp from
Frank Lloyd Wright house ‘Fallingwater.’ From Book Fallingwater, Abbeville, 1987." Stamped on verso: "Plain... Dec 31 1987." Acquired from the archives of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

ST#:
1987.98.0917
   
Date: 2010

Title: Fallingwater HABS Sheet 11 of 11, 2010 (1935 - S.230).

Description: Historic American Buildings Survey PA-5346 Details. Includes drawings of the Desk, Master Bedroom and Dressing Room Lamps. 2010 Charles E. Peterson Prize Competition Entry. Drawn by: John Fritsch, Andrew Lallithin, Brent Schriefer, Sara Vandenbark, & Nicole Zuber. Kent State University Caed. Fallingwater was designed in 1935. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 10 x 7.75 B&W photograph.

ST#: 2010.17.0114

   
   
   
   
PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE
 
Date: 1987

Title: Pennsylvania Magazine - February 1987 (Published every other month by Pennsylvania Magazine Company, Camp Hill, PA)

Author: Fiorina, Tom

Description: "The Greatest Work of Art in Western Pennsylvania, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater... said by Kaufmann at the October 29, 1963 ceremony... It is one of the most beautiful; works made by man for man... Designed for this setting, the house was hardly up before its fame circled the earth; it was recognized as one of the clearest successes of the American genius, Frank Lloyd Wright. The house is usually perceived through a swarm of fables; it seems to breed them spontaneously." Includes five photographs by John Wee. Original cover price $2.50.

Size: 8.25 x 10.8

Pages: Pp Cover 34-37

ST#: 1987.81.0414

   
   
   
PHOTOGRAPHS
 
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater, Kaufmann House, Bear Run, Pennsylvania. 

Photographer: Bill Hedrich, Hedrich-Blessing

Description: Exterior view shows balconies cantilevered over the stream.  Photographed and printed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich of the photographic firm of Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago.  Published in:  "In the Nature of Material" Hitchcock 1942, plate 320;  "The Future of Architecture" Wright 1953, page 14;  "A Testament" Wright 1957, page 165;  "Frank Lloyd Wright, His Life, His Work, His Words" Wright 1966, page 128;  "An Autobiography" Wright 1977, page 320 plate 6;  "Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings, Volume 3" Pfeiffer 1993, page 281;  "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Living City" De Long 1998, page 67, 213.

Size: Original 9 x 7 vintage silver gelatin photograph.

S#: 0429.01.1106

   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater, Kaufmann House, Bear Run, Pennsylvania. 

Photographer: Photographed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich of the photographic firm of Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago.

Description: Printed May 12, 1944.  Verso: “(This picture is for release to papers of Sunday, May 28 and thereafter, with John Selby’s New York AP special story on Modern Architecture).  House Built Over a Waterfall.  This House created by Architect Frank Lloyd Wright for Edgar Kaufmann, Pittsburgh Department Store owner, at Bear Run, PA., is one of 47 structures chosen by authorities at the Museum of Modern Art’s new show in New York to illustrate the best modern trends of the last 12 years.  It is built over a waterfall, anchored to the mountain with stone quarried from the site, and cantilevered out into space so that its balconies give the impression of flying off over the mountainside.” 

Size: Original 9 x 7 vintage silver gelatin photograph.

S#: 0429.06.0707

  Description: Second Print: Printed July 26, 1976. Clipping pasted to verso: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s exciting ‘Falling Water’ residence at Bear Run, Pa., was built in 1937. Cantilevered out over a water fall, it enjoys a more spectacular site than any of Wright’s Chicago houses, many of which were mentioned in the poll." Stamped on clipping: "Jul 26 1976". Stamped on verso: "Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago, ILL. Neg. No: 4414 D3".

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0429.10.0811

   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater, Kaufman House, Bear Run, Pennsylvania (S.230 - 1935).

Description: Photographed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich of the photographic firm of Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago. Label pasted to verso: "The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. (Typed:) 1935, Edgar, J. Kaufmann House, Fallingwater." Stamped on label: "Filed Oct 30 1953." Clipping pasted to verso: "The materials of which a building is made help to determine its form and appearance, according to Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater, built at Bear Run, Pa., in the mid-1930s, was his first house built of reinforced concrete. Of it, he commented, "The form took the grammar of that type of construction." The stream flows under the special platform that Wright designed and offers and unusual rustic touch." Stamped on clipping: "Dec 19 1954." There is a third clipping pasted to the verso dated "Apr 9 1959," and a fourth clipping dated "Aug 8 1976." Published in the Architectural Forum, January, 1938, p.37-38.

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#:
0429.37.0218
   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater 1937 (1938 - S.231).

Description: View of Fallingwater from the stream below Fallingwater. The living Room and Balconies are cantilevered over the stream. Stairs lead down from the Living Room to the stream bed. The Plunge Pool is to the right. Published in the Architectural Forum, January 1938, p.40. Also published in A New House on Bear Run, MOMA, 1938. Photographed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich, Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago. Hand written on verso: "Hedrich-Blessing. Caption: Edgar J. Kaufmann Residence "Fallingwater," Bear Run, Pa.

Size: Original 9 x 7 B&W photograph.

S#:
0429.41.0918
   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater 1937 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 1) Set of 7 35mm B&W slides. View of Fallingwater from below the upper falls. The Living Room and balconies are cantilevered out over the stream. Published in the Architectural Forum, January 1938, p.37-38. Photographed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich, Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago. Number "11" of what appears to be part of a set of at least 19 slides (bottom left hand corner).

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res B&W digital photograph.

S#:
0429.36.0517 (1)
   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater 1937 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 2) Set of 7 35mm B&W slides. Cutaway illustration of first floor of Fallingwater. The Living Room and balconies are cantilevered out over the stream. Does not indication addition of Staff Room off of the Kitchen. Number "12" of what appears to be part of a set of at least 19 slides (bottom left hand corner).

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res B&W digital photograph.

S#: 0429.36.0517 (2)
   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater 1937 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 3) Set of 7 35mm B&W slides. Cutaway illustration of second and third floor of Fallingwater. The ceiling of the Living Room forms the Terrace of the Master Bedroom. Number "13" of what appears to be part of a set of at least 19 slides (bottom left hand corner).

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res B&W digital photograph.

S#: 0429.36.0517 (3)
   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater 1937 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 4) Set of 7 35mm B&W slides. View of Fallingwater from across the stream. Photographed before construction of the Guest House. Published in the Architectural Forum, January 1938, p.41. Also published in A New House on Bear Run, MOMA, 1938, Plate 11. Photographed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich, Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago. Number "14" of what appears to be part of a set of at least 19 slides (bottom left hand corner).

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res B&W digital photograph.

S#: 0429.36.0517 (4)
   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater 1937 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 5) Set of 7 35mm B&W slides. View of Fallingwater from the far side of the bridge. The living Room and Balconies are cantilevered over the stream. Stairs lead down from the Living Room to the stream bed. The Plunge Pool is below the first floor to the right. Bedrooms are on the second level. Published in A New House on Bear Run, MOMA, 1938, Title Page. Photographed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich, Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago. Number "15" of what appears to be part of a set of at least 19 slides (bottom left hand corner).

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res B&W digital photograph.

S#: 0429.36.0517 (5)
   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater 1937 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 6) Set of 7 35mm B&W slides. View of Fallingwater from the stream below Fallingwater. The living Room and Balconies are cantilevered over the stream. Stairs lead down from the Living Room to the stream bed. The Plunge Pool is to the right. Published in the Architectural Forum, January 1938, p.40. Also published in A New House on Bear Run, MOMA, 1938, Plate 1. Photographed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich, Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago. Number "16" of what appears to be part of a set of at least 19 slides (bottom left hand corner).

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res B&W digital photograph.

S#: 0429.36.0517 (6)
   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater 1937 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 7) Set of 7 35mm B&W slides. View of the Living Room before the home was furnished. The light grid in the ceiling has not been installed. The two armchairs were bought in Berlin in 1921. The carpet is Berber. Published in Fallingwater, Kaufman, 1986, page 61. Photographed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich, Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago. Number "17" of what appears to be part of a set of at least 19 slides (bottom left hand corner). (Note: Numbers 18-19 are photographs of Taliesin West.)

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res B&W digital photograph.

S#: 0429.36.0517 (7)
   
Date: Circa 1940s

Title: Fallingwater, Kaufman House, Bear Run, Pennsylvania, Circa 1940 (S.230 - 1935).

Description: Designed by
Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935, the house is cantilevered over the stream. Label pasted to face: "Wright. Kaufmann House – ‘Falling Water’ (sic), Bear Run, Pennsylvania. 1936."

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#:
0531.67.0117
   
Date: 1954

Title: Sixty Years of Living Architecture Exhibition, Los Angeles 1954 (Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation project #5427).

Description: A traveling exhibition of Wright's work, consisting of models, photographs and original drawings. A Preview of the exhibition was held in Philadelphia (January 1951). The world wide tour opened in Palazzo Strozzi Florence, Italy (June 1951). In "Sixty Years" (New York), Wright notes that from Florence the Exhibition traveled to "Switzerland, France, German and Holland". The Exhibition catalogs are dated: Paris (April 1952), Zurich (End of May 1952), Munich (May 16 - June 15, 1952), and Rotterdam (dated June 1, 1952). After two years in Europe the exhibition crossed the Atlantic to Mexico City, then to New York (1953). After an exhibition in Los Angeles, June, 1954, the final exhibition took place in Chicago, October, 1956. The Los Angeles exhibition premiere was held at Barnsdall Park’s Municipal Art Center on June 1, 1954, then open to the public from June 2 to July 11, and was extended to July 25, 1954. A temporary pavilion, similar to the pavilion in New York, was attached to the line of kennels that reached from the house to the garage. Exhibition Panel #55. "Falling Water [sic] (E. J. Kaufmann House) Bear Run, PA., 1936." Sixty Years of Living Architecture Exhibition, Los Angeles 1954. Photographed in 1937 by Bill Hedrich, Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago. Left: Exhibition Panel #44. The Elizabeth Noble Apartment House, Los Angeles, CA. Right Background: Another view of Fallingwater. Right Foreground: Exhibition #81, Jester House Project, Palos Verdes, Cal., 1940, Model. Photographed by Loch Crane in June, 1954.

Size: B&W 2.25" negative, high res scan, and 8 x 8 B&W photograph

S#:
1045.42.1116-9
   
Date: 1954

Title: Sixty Years of Living Architecture Exhibition, Los Angeles 1954 (Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation project #5427).

Description: A traveling exhibition of Wright's work, consisting of models, photographs and original drawings. A Preview of the exhibition was held in Philadelphia (January 1951). The world wide tour opened in Palazzo Strozzi Florence, Italy (June 1951). In "Sixty Years" (New York), Wright notes that from Florence the Exhibition traveled to "Switzerland, France, German and Holland". The Exhibition catalogs are dated: Paris (April 1952), Zurich (End of May 1952), Munich (May 16 - June 15, 1952), and Rotterdam (dated June 1, 1952). After two years in Europe the exhibition crossed the Atlantic to Mexico City, then to New York (1953). After an exhibition in Los Angeles, June, 1954, the final exhibition took place in Chicago, October, 1956. The Los Angeles exhibition premiere was held at Barnsdall Park’s Municipal Art Center on June 1, 1954, then open to the public from June 2 to July 11, and was extended to July 25, 1954. A temporary pavilion, similar to the pavilion in New York, was attached to the line of kennels that reached from the house to the garage. Exhibition Model #81 & Panel #55. "Jester House, Phoenix, Ariz., 1940." and "Falling Water [sic] (E. J. Kaufmann House) Bear Run, PA., 1936."  Sixty Years of Living Architecture Exhibition, Los Angeles 1954. Photographed by Loch Crane in June, 1954.

Size: B&W 2.25" negative, high res scan, and 8 x 8 B&W photograph

S#:
1045.42.1116-20
   

Verso: Detail

Date: 1963

Title: Fallingwater. 

Photographer: Ezra Stoller

Description: View from stream bed below first falls. In 1963, Stoller was commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art (New York) to photograph Fallingwater, becoming icons in their own right, illustrating the building's integral connection to the landscape and its striking modern form.  Verso signed “Ezra Stoller 222 Valley Place Mamaroneck N.Y.”  Similar B&W view published in “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater” Stoller 1999, page 23. Mounted to metal backing. 

Size: 35" x 43.5"

S#: 1565.18.0807

   
Date: 1963

Title: Fallingwater. 

Photographer: Ezra Stoller

Description: View of the Facade from the southeast.  In 1963 Stoller was commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art (New York) in 1963 to photograph Fallingwater, becoming icons in their own right, illustrating the building's integral connection to the landscape and its striking modern form.  Verso stamped “Ezra Stoller”. Published in “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater” Stoller 1999, page 30-31.

Size: 8 x 10

S#: 1565.19.0807

   
 

A: Sep 64 (21: 1-21)

Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 1A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. Designed in 1938 by Frank Lloyd Wright, the main house was completed in 1938, and the guest house was completed the following year. In 1963, twenty five years after the home was built, and four years after Wright’s death, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. In 1964 Fallingwater was opened to the public through guided tours, These photographs were taken the first year the public was given a glimpse of Fallingwater. 1-A1) View of the landscape around Fallingwater, which sits within 1,500 acres. The stonework of Fallingwater mimics the natural stonework on the property. Stamped on face: "1 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#:
1596.67.0817 (1)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 2A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 2-A2) View of the stream that runs past Fallingwater, which sits within 1,500 acres. The stonework of Fallingwater mimics the natural stonework on the property. Stamped on face: "2 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (2)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 3A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 3-A3) View of Fallingwater from the East as you approach the house from the parking area. Stamped on face: "3 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (3)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 4A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 4-A4) View of Fallingwater from the East as you approach the house from the parking area. The bridge crosses the stream Fallingwater is so famous for. Fallingwater is on the left, the Guest House is in the background above the house.Stamped on face: "4 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (4)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 5A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 5-A6) "Mother and Child," a bronze sculpture sets on the ledge of the pool. It was created and cast by Lithuanian-born American sculptor Jacques Lipchitz circa 1941-1942. The 50"x47" bronze sculpture depicts a mother, with a child hugging her back, looking to the sky with raised arms. Stamped on face: "6 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (5)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 6A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 6-A7) View of Fallingwater from the bridge. The living Room is on the left. Stairs lead down from the Living Room to the stream bed. Bedrooms are on the second level. Stamped on face: "7 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (6)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 7A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 7-A8) View of Fallingwater from the bridge. The living Room is on the left. The Terrace and Living Room are cantilevered out over the stream. Stairs lead down from the Living Room to the stream bed. Bedrooms are on the second level. Stamped on face: "8 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (7)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 8A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 8-A9) View of Fallingwater from the bridge. The Terrace and Living Room are cantilevered out over the stream. Stairs lead down from the Living Room to the stream bed. There is a Terrace above the Living Room on the second level. Stamped on face: "9 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (8)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 9A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 9-A11) View of Living Room from the Northeast. The floors are covered in stone, giving the appearance of a river bed. Stamped on face: "11 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (9)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 10A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 10-A14) View of the Living Room Terrace on the East side of the main level. This is one of the many sculptures that were part of Kaufmann’s collection, and now part of the collection at Fallingwater. "The Harpist," by Jacques Lipshitz, 1930, Bronze. Stamped on face: "14 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (10)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 11A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 11-A16) View of the Eastern Living Room Terrace which cantilevers out over the stream. Looking West. Stamped on face: "16 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (11)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 12A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 12-A17) View of the Terrace on the second level, that is directly above the Living Room. There are three Bedrooms on the second level, one bedroom on the third level. Stamped on face: "17 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (12)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 13A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 13-A20) View of the Guest House from the main house. A covered walkway stair steps up the hillside to the Guest House. The servants wing is on the second level of the Guest House, above the carport. Stamped on face: "20 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (13)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 14A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 14-A22) View of the third-floor gallery, looking from the bed alcove toward the study. Stamped on face: "22 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (14)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 15A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 15-A26) View of the interior of the bridge over the driveway. Skylights above allow natural light. A stone wall is built above the natural rock, as well as the circular wall of the moss garden. Floors are covered in natural stone. "El Sueńo" (The Dream) by Diego Rivera, 1936, hangs on the wall at the left. Gouache on linen, mounted on Masonite. Part of the original art collection. Considered to be the greatest Mexican painter of the twentieth century, Diego Rivera is most celebrated as a muralist and fresco painter. His composition of a girl sleeping on a terra cotta tile floor, El Sueńo was purchased by the Kaufmanns in 1940, a subject Rivera painted at least twice. The painting, was installed at Fallingwater in 1954. (Description by Fallingwater.) Stamped on face: "26 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (15)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 16A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 16-A24) View of the Guest House Pool viewed from the West. Stamped on face: "24 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (16)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 17A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 17-A29) There are three Bedrooms on the second level of the Guest House, just above the carport. The Guest House is to the right. Stamped on face: "29 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (17)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 18A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 18-A31) Fallingwater from the stream bed, looking North. Stamped on face: "31 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (18)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 19A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 19-A33) Fallingwater from the stream bed, looking North. Stamped on face: "33 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (19)
   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 20A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 20-A35) Fallingwater from the stream bed, looking North. Stamped on face: "35 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (20)
 

 

Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater 1964 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 21A) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 21-A36) Fallingwater from the stream bed, looking North. Stamped on face: "36 Sep 64R."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1596.67.0817 (21)
   
  B: Jun 65 (17: 22-38)
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 22B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. Designed in 1938 by Frank Lloyd Wright, the main house was completed in 1938, and the guest house was completed the following year. In 1963, twenty five years after the home was built, and four years after Wright’s death, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. In 1964 Fallingwater was opened to the public through guided tours, These photographs were taken the second year the public was given a glimpse of Fallingwater. 22-B3) View of Fallingwater, taken on the drive approaching Fallingwater from the Southwest. The Guest House is on the left, Fallingwater is to the right. Bear Run (stream) is on the far right. Stamped on face: "3 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (1)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 23B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 23-B4) View of Fallingwater, taken on the drive approaching Fallingwater from the Southwest. The stream can be seen on the lower right. Stamped on face: "4 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (2)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 24B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 24-B6) View of Fallingwater, taken on the drive approaching Fallingwater from the Southwest. The cantilevered terrace, top left, is the Southwestern Terrace on the second level. The cantilevered terrace, far right, is the Southwestern Terrace off the Living Room on the main level. Stamped on face: "6 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (3)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 25B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 25-B8) View of Fallingwater, taken on the drive approaching Fallingwater from the Southwest. The drive is level with the main level of the house. The enclosed bridge from the second level that leads to the Guest House can be seen above the drive. Stamped on face: "8 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (4)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 26B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 26-B12) View of the Entrance from the road. A jet of water next to the front entrance is directed to a small pond. The Entrance is just beyond the fountain. Outside stairs lead to the second level. Stamped on face: "12 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (5)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 27B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 27-B13) Trees were an integral part of the landscape at Fallingwater. Wright takes into account an existing tree on the property. The Entrance is just to the right. Stamped on face: "13 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (6)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 28B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 28-B14) View of the bridge from the cantilevered Terrace on the main level. Stamped on face: "14 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (7)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 29B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 29-B16) View of the lower pool from the Terrace above. Sitting to the right, "Mother and Child," the bronze sculpture setting on the ledge of the pool, was created and cast by Lithuanian-born American sculptor Jacques Lipchitz circa 1941-1942. The 50"x47" bronze sculpture depicts a mother, with a child hugging her back, looking to the sky with raised arms. Stamped on face: "16 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (8)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 30B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 30-B17) View of the falls below Fallingwater. Stamped on face: "17 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (9)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 31B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 31-B18) Fallingwater from the stream bed, looking North. Stamped on face: "18 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (10)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 32B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 32-B19) Fallingwater from the stream bed, looking North. Stamped on face: "19 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (11)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 33B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 33-B25) Fallingwater from the stream bed, looking North. Stamped on face: "25 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (12)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 34B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 34-B26) View of the stream bed, Bear Run. Stamped on face: "26 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (13)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 35B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 35-B28) Fallingwater through the trees at Bear Run. Stamped on face: "28 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (14)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 36B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 36-B31) An underground room next to the swimming pool, most likely housing the pump and filter. Stamped on face: "31 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (15)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 37B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 37-B33) The Swimming pool was not designed by FLW, and was demolished in the early 1970s at the request of Edgar Kaufmann Jr. Stamped on face: "33 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (16)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 38B) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 38-B35) Beautifully landscaped grounds at Fallingwater. Stamped on face: "35 Jun 65R12."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.59.0817 (17)
   
 

C: Aug 65 A (25: 39-63)

Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-39) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. Designed in 1938 by
Frank Lloyd Wright, the main house was completed in 1938, and the guest house was completed the following year. In 1963, twenty five years after the home was built, and four years after Wright’s death, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. In 1964 Fallingwater was opened to the public through guided tours, These photographs were taken the second year the public was given a glimpse of Fallingwater. 39-C2) View of Fallingwater, taken from across the stream. One of the tour guides discussing Fallingwater with visitors. Stamped on face: "2 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#:
1628.60.0817 (1)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-40) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 40-C4) View of Fallingwater, taken from across the stream. The bridge is to the right. Stamped on face: "4 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (2)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-41) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 41-C5) View of the Living Room. The main fireplace at Fallingwater utilizes natural rock for the hearth. To the far left is built-in seating. A round kettle sets into the wall, and can be swung over the fire. To the right is a kitchen pass-through, flanked by two Chinese bas-reliefs of lions. Stamped on face: "5 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (3)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-42) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 42-C6) View of the Southwest side of the Living Room Sliding doors leads out to the Terrace. Built-in seating is along the far wall. The fireplace is to the right. The tables and "zabutons," or Japanese style floor cushions were designed by FLW. Stamped on face: "6 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (4)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-43) Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 43-C8) View of the Dining area at Fallingwater. The dining room table seats five, but can be doubled when needed. The chairs are traditional peasant seats from Italy. Each chair has three legs. Stamped on face: "8 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (5)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-44) Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 44-C10) Servants sitting room just behind the kitchen. Wright utilized the natural rock as part of the wall. Stamped on face: "10 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (6)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-45) Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 45-C11) View of the front Entrance. A small Chinese sculpture sets on a small stone ledge. A built-in desk is tucked into a cove. The doorway in the center leads to the coat closet. The entrance is just beyond the cabinetry. Built-in seating is to the right. Stamped on face: "11 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (7)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-46) Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 46-C12) View of the Entrance from the Living Room. A small Chinese sculpture sets on a small stone ledge. Staris lead down to the front door. Built-in cabinetry and seating is to the right. Stamped on face: "12 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (8)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-47) Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 47-C13) The second floor has three bedrooms. This is the one on the Northeast. Built-in cabinetry on the far wall, stone to the right. The headboard, small table and two lamps were designed by FLW. Stamped on face: "13 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (9)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-48) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 48-C14) View of the bedroom from the Northeast from the North. The desk and shelves are built-in. The Terrace in the background is reached from the Master Bedroom. Stamped on face: "14 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (10)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-49) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 49-C16) Master Bedroom desk and fireplace. The sliding doors on the left lead out to the Master Bedrooms private terrace. The desk is built-in and looks out over the glen. The three-legged peasant chair is from England, the adjustable mirror is by Regency. The fireplace is one of FLW’s most creative and dramatic. The medieval Austrian-Bohemian sculpture "Madonna and Child" is carved of wood by an unknown artist, circa 1420. Edgar Kaufmann Sr. Purchased the carving on a trip to Vienna, set it within a custom niche designed for it by Frank Lloyd Wright shortly after Fallingwater it was completed. Stamped on face: "16 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (11)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-50) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 50-C17) View of the Master Bedroom from the Southwest. The Headboard and table lamp were designed by FLW. The table lamp is one of two lamps designed by Wright for Fallingwater. The Master Bath is in the background, the private terrace is to the right. "Boat-tailed Grackle" is an original John James Audubon Aquatint print, 1834. Plate 187 in John James Audubon’s Birds of America series was a collection of 435 life-sized watercolors of North American birds. Stamped on face: "17 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (12)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-51) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 51-C18) View of the Master Bedroom. Built-in cabinetry is on the left. The table lamps are one of two lamps designed by Wright for Fallingwater. The large print on the right, "Boat-tailed Grackle" is an original John James Audubon Aquatint print, 1834. Plate 187 in John James Audubon’s Birds of America series was a collection of 435 life-sized watercolors of North American birds. A second Audubon print from the series is on the left. Stamped on face: "18 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (13)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-52) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 52-C20) View of the Western Bedroom, Edgar Kaufmann’s Dressing Room on the second floor. The stonework from the fireplace continues to the outside and is cut only by embedded glass. The Master Bedroom Terrace can be seen in the background. The floor to ceiling windows look out on the falls below. The steel and leather "BKF" Chair, designed by Ferrari Hardoy and his associates, 1938, was one of the first to be imported from Argentina. The built-in desk to the right has a semi-circular cut along the back side, allowing the window to swing open. Stamped on face: "20 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (14)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-53) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 53-C21) Another view of Edgar Kaufmann’s Dressing Room. The doorway on the left leads outside. The cabinetry is built-in. The doorway between the cabinetry and bed leads to a private bath. The "Portrait of a Man" above the headboard is by Diego Rivera, circa 1930s, .Conté crayon on rice paper. It is one of two works in the collection by Diego Rivera, a favorite artist of the Kaufmann family and one who visited Fallingwater as a guest. Stamped on face: "21 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (15)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-54) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 54-C22) View of Edgar Kaufmann’s Dressing Room. Floor to ceiling windows look down over the falls. Smaller windows open outward, completely removing the corner floor to ceiling. The built-in desk has a semi-circular cut along the side, allowing the window to swing open. The desk lamp is one of two lamps designed by Wright for Fallingwater. This version is the horizontal lamp. The bust "Edgar Kaufmann Jr." is by Richmond Barthe, circa 1930s. The portrait is of Liliane Kaufmann. Stamped on face: "22 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (16)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-55) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 55-C23) The untitled limestone sculpture "Family" was executed by Mardonio Magańa circa 1935. One of four works by the artist, that art part of the Fallingwater collection. Stamped on face: "23 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (17)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-56) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 56-C25) View of the Study on the third level. The stonework from the fireplace continues to the outside and is broken only by floor to ceiling embedded glass. The red stone above the fireplace was found in the quarry and set above the fireplace as an accent. "45 Chair" is by Danish architect and designer Finn Juhl, 1945. Edgar Kaufmann Jr. was one of Juhl’s strongest supporters and included him in "What is Modern Design?," Kaufman, 1950. The built-in desk to the right has a semi-circular cut along the back side, allowing the floor to ceiling window to swing open. Stamped on face: "25 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (18)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-57) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 57-C26) View of the Study on the third level. The Western corner of the Study is covered with built-in shelves. The bottom shelf floats above the stone floor. "Easy Chair No. 1" by Swedish designed Bruno Mathsson, Maple and hemp webbing, 1934. A swiveling wood reading stand, originally attached by a steel pole to the chair, was removed by Kaufmann and attached to the wall next the bed in the third floor sleeping alcove. Stamped on face: "26 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (19)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-58) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 58-C27) To the right of the built-in shelves of the Study are built-in cabinets. A narrow doorway intensest the cabinet and the shelving to its right. Stamped on face: "27 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (20)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-59) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 59-C29) "Landscape I" by Hawaiian-born Joseph Goto, Steel, 1956. Described as a "landscape in the air," the horizontal bronze sculpture "Landscape I" is among the more abstract pieces of art at Fallingwater. Stamped on face: "29 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (21)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-60) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 60-C30) Third floor sleeping alcove. Originally intended as the passage for the bridge to the Guests House, it was utilized as a sleeping alcove when the bridge was connected to the second floor. The window to the right runs from the floor to the ceiling. The swiveling wood reading stand, originally attached by a steel pole to "Easy Chair No. 1," one of the chairs in the study by Swedish designed Bruno Mathsson, was removed by Kaufmann and attached to the wall. Stamped on face: "30 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (22)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-61) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 61-C33) "Serena" by Richmond Barthé, 1940, concrete. Rose McClendon was a leading African American actresses on Broadway in the 1920s, known for the 1927 play Porgy which inspired the musical Porgy and Bess. Serena was named for the role McClendon played in Porgy. Stamped on face: "33 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (23)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-62) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 62-C34) View of walkway that leads from Fallingwater to the Guest House. Stamped on face: "34 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (24)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: C-63) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 62-C37) View of walkway that leads from Fallingwater to the Guest House. Stamped on face: "37 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.60.0817 (25)
   
 

D: Aug 65 B (22: 64-85)

Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. Designed in 1938 by Frank Lloyd Wright, the main house was completed in 1938, and the guest house was completed the following year. In 1963, twenty five years after the home was built, and four years after Wright’s death, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. In 1964 Fallingwater was opened to the public through guided tours, These photographs were taken the second year the public was given a glimpse of Fallingwater. 64-D2) View of the Guest House Bedroom which looks out on the Terrace and Pool. The large painting above the bed, "Mexican Landscape: Jalapa, Mexico" by José María Velasco Gómez, 1877, Oil on canvas. Purchased by the Kaufmanns in 1937, was displayed in Kaufmann’s Department Store as part of their Below the Rio Grande exhibition, then in the family’s Pittsburgh home until it was moved to Fallingwater’s guest house bedroom in 1960. The Japanese print to the right is "Night Snow at Kambara" by Ando Hiroshige, 1834, Woodblock print on rice paper. Presented to the Kaufmanns by Frank Lloyd Wright in December, it was signed by Wright as a gift to his clients. Stamped on face: "2 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#:
1628.61.0817 (1)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-65) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 65-D3) View of the Guest House Bedroom. The Desk and Lamp were designed by FLW. The painting above the desk is "Counterpoint" by Wilfred Easton Pribble, 1952, Oil on Masonite. Edgar Kaufmann Jr. met Easton Pribble around 1947, when Kaufmann was working at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Kaufmann purchased Counterpoint directly from the artist in 1953. Stamped on face: "3 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (2)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-66) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 66-D4) View of the Guest House Living Room. The Fireplace is to the left, built-in shelving covers the Northwest wall which is half buried in the hillside. The clerestory windows are just above ground level. Stamped on face: "4 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (3)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-67) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 67-D5) View of the Guest House Living Room. The built-in seating beneath the windows can be made into two extra beds. The painting is "Untitled (Musical Instruments)" by Corrado Cagli, 1948, Oil on Canvas. The Cubist painting of musical was purchased in 1948 by Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. directly from the artist. In 1939, Cagli immigrated to New York City where he exhibited at the Julien Levy Gallery. The fireplace is to the right. Stamped on face: "5 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (4)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-68) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 68-D6) View of the Guest House Living Room. The wood screen defines the entrance area. Glass corners are mitered. The seating to the right can be made up as an extra bed. The stool in the foreground was designed by FLW. Stamped on face: "6 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (5)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-69) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 69-D7) View of the Guest House Living Room, looking toward the Guest Bedroom. The Fireplace is to the left, built-in shelving covers the Northwest wall which is half buried in the hillside. The clerestory windows are just above ground level. Stamped on face: "7 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (6)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-70) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 70-D8) The limestone sculpture was executed by Mardonio Magańa in 1935. One of four by the artist at Fallingwater illustrating everyday life of working class life in Mexico. Stamped on face: "8 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (7)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-71) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 71-D9) View of the Guest House from the Southwest. The Lounge is to the left, the Pool is at the far end in the background. The limestone sculpture, executed by Mardonio Magańa is to the right of the walkway. The bridge is to the right. Stamped on face: "9 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (8)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-72) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 72-
D11) The enclosed bridge from the second level that leads to the Guest House can be seen above the drive on the left. The cantilevered terrace on the upper far right, is the Southwestern Terrace off the Bedrooms on the second level. Stamped on face: "11 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (9)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-73) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 73-D14) View of the Northwest side of the mail level. The bridge is behind the camera, the entrance is to the far left. A jet of water next to the front entrance is directed to a small pond on the left. The doorway on the far right leads to the Kitchen. Stamped on face: "14 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (10)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-74) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 74-D16) View of the bridge from the Living Room Terrace. Stamped on face: "16 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (11)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-75) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 75-D17) View of the second floor planter from the Southwest. The bridge to the Guest House is behind, the Loggia and Entrance is below. The sculpture to the right is possible one of the four pieces of art by The limestone sculpture was executed by Mardonio Magańa at Fallingwater. Stamped on face: "17 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (12)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-76) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 76-D18) The stairway leads from the Loggia/Entrance from the main level to the plunge pool next to the stream bed. Stamped on face: "18 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (13)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-77) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 77-D19) View of the plunge pool from the bottom of the stairway. "Mother and Child," the bronze sculpture setting on the ledge of the pool, was created and cast by Lithuanian-born American sculptor Jacques Lipchitz circa 1941-1942. The 50"x47" bronze sculpture depicts a mother, with a child hugging her back, looking to the sky with raised arms. Stamped on face: "19 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (14)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-78) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 78-D21) View looking up to the main level from the plunge pool. The hanging stairs leads from the main level to the Terrace on the second level. Stamped on face: "21 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (15)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-79) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 79-D22) View from the Entrance and Loggia toward the Northeast. The bridge is down the path which curves to the right. Stamped on face: "22 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (16)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-80) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 80-D23) View of the stairs that lead from the stream bed to the Living Room above. Stamped on face: "23 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (17)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-81) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 81-D24) Foundation walls support the floors of the main level. Stamped on face: "24 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (18)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-82) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 82-D25) Foundation walls support the floors of the main level. Stairs lead from the stream bed to the Living Room above. Stamped on face: "25 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (19)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-83) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 83-D28) Edgar Kaufmann’s crypt on the property at Fallingwater. Bas relief doors by Alberto Giacometti. Both Mr. And Mrs. Kaufmann are buried in the crypt. Stamped on face: "28 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (20)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-84) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 84-D30) Edgar Kaufmann’s crypt on the property at Fallingwater. Bas relief doors by Alberto Giacometti. Both Mr. And Mrs. Kaufmann are buried in the crypt. Stamped on face: "30 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (21)
   
Date: 1965

Title: Fallingwater 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: D-85) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 85-D31) Sign at the entrance to Fallingwater. Stamped on face: "31 Aug 65R7."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1628.61.0817 (22)
   
 

E: Apr 66 (30: 86-115)

Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-86) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. Designed in 1938 by Frank Lloyd Wright, the main house was completed in 1938, and the guest house was completed the following year. In 1963, twenty five years after the home was built, and four years after Wright’s death, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. In 1964 Fallingwater was opened to the public through guided tours, These photographs were taken the second year the public was given a glimpse of Fallingwater. 86-E1) View of the Living Room looking Northeast. The Entrance is on the left. The hatchway in the center, opens to a suspended stairway that leads to the steam bed below. Glass corners are mitered. The doors on the right lead out to the Eastern Terrace. The two armchairs are by Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings, circa 1940s-1950s, Walnut, with woolen upholstery. He was one of the most influential furniture designers of the 1940s and 1950s, designed the upholstered armchairs in the Living Room. Possibly original upholstery. Stamped on face: "1 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#:
1679.20.0817 (1)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-87) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 87-E3) The Dining area is to the far left. The entrance is to the right behind the rock wall. The stairway leads to the second floor and the bridge to the Guest House. "Excursion" by Victor Karl Hammer, Circa 1929, Egg tempera and oil on board. Liliane Kaufmann commissioned Austrian born artist Victor Hammer to paint a portrait of her husband in 1929. Stamped on face: "3 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (2)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-88) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 88-E4) View of Fallingwater’s Kitchen. Floor to ceiling windows on the left overlook the falls. Smaller windows open outward, completely removing the corner floor to ceiling. Stamped on face: "4 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (3)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-89) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 89-E5) On either side of the pass-through from the living room to the kitchen are two stylized lion bas-reliefs which originally stood as tomb guards in a Sung-dynasty grave. Stamped on face: "5 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (4)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-90) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 90-E) "Madonna and Child" by an unknown artist, 18th century, tempera on canvas. The Madonna and Child portrait was part of an exhibition, Below the Rio Grande, held at Kaufmann’s Department Store in 1941. The Madonna, adorned in heavy flowered robes and wearing a tri-corner hat, holds a scapular while the Child figure grasps a staff. Above them, two angels hold a moon and sun on rods, symbolizing the feminine and masculine figures respectively.

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (5)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-91) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 91-E6) View of the Living Room looking Northeast. The Entrance is on the left. The hatchway in the center, opens to a suspended stairway that leads to the steam bed below. Glass corners are mitered. The doors on the right lead out to the Eastern Terrace. The two armchairs are by Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings, circa 1940s-1950s, Walnut, with woolen upholstery. He was one of the most influential furniture designers of the 1940s and 1950s, designed the upholstered armchairs in the Living Room. Possibly original upholstery. Stamped on face: "6 APR 66R5." On either side of the pass-through from the living room to the kitchen are two stylized lion bas-reliefs which originally stood as tomb guards in a Sung-dynasty grave. Stamped on face: "6 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (6)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-92) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 92-E7) On a wall close to the front Entrance, a small Chinese sculpture sets on a small stone ledge. The Entrance is to the right. Stamped on face: "7 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (7)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-93) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 93-E9) View of the upper falls from the Terrace above. Stamped on face: "9 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (8)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-94) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 94-E10) Stairs leading up to the third floor ere lined with book shelves designed by Wright. Stamped on face: "10 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (9)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-95) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 95-E11) The covered Bridge on the left, leads from the second floor to stairs and a covered walkway that lead up to the Guest House. Stamped on face: "11 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (10)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-96) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 96-E12) View of the Master Bedroom on the second level. The door on the left leads out to the hallway. Built-in cabinetry is along the back wall. The large print on the right is an original John James Audubon Aquatint print, 1834. Birds of America series was a collection of 435 life-sized watercolors of North American birds. Stamped on face: "12 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (11)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-97) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 97-E13) View of the Northeast Balcony on the second level from the Master Bedroom Terrace.. A guest bedroom is to the left. The plunge pool is below the balcony. The bridge is to the far right. Stamped on face: "13 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (12)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-98) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 98-E14) Guest bath on the second level. Stamped on face: "14 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (13)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-99) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 99-E17) The Western Terrace on the second floor is in the foreground. The stairs on the left leads up to the Study on the third floor. The door on the right leads to the Guest Bedroom. Stamped on face: "17 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (14)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-100) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 100-E19) View of the interior of the bridge over the driveway that leads from the main house to the Guest House. Skylights above allow natural light. A stone wall is built above the natural rock, as well as the circular wall of the moss garden. Floors are covered in natural stone. Stamped on face: "19 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (15)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-101) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 101-E20) View of the interior of the bridge over the driveway that leads from the main house to the Guest House, looking back toward the main house. Skylights above allow natural light. The large print on the left is an original John James Audubon Aquatint print, 1834. Birds of America series was a collection of 435 life-sized watercolors of North American birds. "El Sueńo" (The Dream) by Diego Rivera, 1936, hangs on the wall at the right. Gouache on linen, mounted on Masonite. Part of the original art collection. Considered to be the greatest Mexican painter of the twentieth century, Diego Rivera is most celebrated as a muralist and fresco painter. His composition of a girl sleeping on a terra cotta tile floor, El Sueńo was purchased by the Kaufmanns in 1940, a subject Rivera painted at least twice. The painting, was installed at Fallingwater in 1954. Stamped on face: "20 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (16)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-102) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 102-E21) One of the many sculptures at Fallingwater. Stamped on face: "21 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (17)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-103) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 103-E22) View of the main house. Fallingwater. From the Guest House. Stamped on face: "22 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (18)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-104) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 104-E23) View of the Guest House from across the pool. Stamped on face: "23 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (19)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-105) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 105-E24) View of the Guest House. The pool is on the left. Fallingwater is in the background. The Guest House is on the right. Stamped on face: "24 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (20)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-106) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 106-E25) View of the bedroom in the Guest House. The large painting above the bed, "Mexican Landscape: Jalapa, Mexico" by José María Velasco Gómez, 1877, Oil on canvas. Purchased by the Kaufmanns in 1937, was displayed in Kaufmann’s Department Store as part of their Below the Rio Grande exhibition, then in the family’s Pittsburgh home until it was moved to Fallingwater’s guest house bedroom in 1960. Stamped on face: "25 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (21)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-107) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 107-E26) View of the fur carpet next to the bed in the Guest House. Stamped on face: "26 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (22)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-108) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 108-E27) Guest House Living Room. The Fireplace is to the left, built-in shelving covers the Northwest wall which is half buried in the hillside. The clerestory windows are just above ground level. Stamped on face: "27 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (23)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-109) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 109-E29) One happy camper visiting Fallingwater. Please contact us if you recognize her. Stamped on face: "29 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (24)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-110) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 110-E30) View of the Guest House Living Room. The wood screen on the left defines the entrance area. The built-in seating beneath the windows can be made up as two extra beds. The painting on the fireplace is "Untitled (Musical Instruments)" by Corrado Cagli, 1948, Oil on Canvas. The Cubist painting of musical was purchased in 1948 by Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. directly from the artist. In 1939, Cagli immigrated to New York City where he exhibited at the Julien Levy Gallery. The stool next to the fireplace was designed by FLW. Shelving covers the Northwest wall on the right. Stamped on face: "30 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (25)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-111) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 111-E31) View of Fallingwater from the Southwest. The Guest House is on the left, Fallingwater is on the right. The falls can be seen to the lower right. Stamped on face: "31 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (26)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-112) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 112-E33) Looking up at Fallingwater from below the second falls. Stamped on face: "33 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (27)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-113) Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231). Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 113-E34) Looking up at Fallingwater from below the first falls. Stamped on face: "34 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (28)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-114) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 114-E36) Looking up at Fallingwater from below the first falls. Stamped on face: "36 APR 66R5."

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (29)
   
Date: 1966

Title: Fallingwater 1966 (1938 - S.231).

Description: E-115) Set of 115 - 35mm Slides photographed between September 1964 through April 1966. 115-E-) Map and directions to Fallingwater.

Size: 35mm Kodachrome slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1679.20.0817 (30)
   
Date: Circa 1965

Title: Fallingwater Circa 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: Set of 7 - 127 transparency slide (2" x 2"). Designed in 1938 by FLW, the main house was completed in 1938, and the guest house was completed the following year. In 1963, twenty five years after the home was built, and four years after Wright’s death, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. In 1964 Fallingwater was opened to the public through guided tours, These photographs were taken approximately one year after the public was given a glimpse of Fallingwater, which sits within 1,500 acres.
1) Fallingwater C1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 7 - 127 transparency slide (2" x 2"). View of Fallingwater, taken from across the stream. The bridge is to the right. The stonework of Fallingwater mimics the natural stonework on the property. Printed on verso of sleeve: "Ektachrome."

Size: 127 transparency slide and 10 x 10 high res color digital image.

ST#: 1628.62.0918 (1)
   
Date: Circa 1965

Title: Fallingwater Circa 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 2) Fallingwater C1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 7 - 127 transparency slide (2" x 2"). View of the falls below Fallingwater. Stamped on verso: "1." Printed on verso of sleeve: "Color Transparency ."

Size: 127 transparency slide and 10 x 10 high res color digital image.

ST#: 1628.62.0918 (2)
   
Date: Circa 1965

Title: Fallingwater Circa 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 3) Fallingwater C1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 7 - 127 transparency slide (2" x 2"). View of Fallingwater from the bridge. The living Room is on the left. Stairs lead down from the Living Room to the stream bed. Stamped on verso: "2." Printed on verso of sleeve: "Color Transparency ."

Size: 127 transparency slide and 10 x 10 high res color digital image.

ST#: 1628.62.0918 (3)
   
Date: Circa 1965

Title: Fallingwater Circa 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 4) Fallingwater C1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 7 - 127 transparency slide (2" x 2"). View of Living Room from the Northeast. The low table on the left is built-in. The book setting on the table, "FLW’s Fallingwater" Bruno Zevi and Edgar Kaufgmann Jr, was first published in 1962. The armchair is by Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings, circa 1940s-1950s, walnut legs with woolen upholstery. He was one of the most influential furniture designers of the 1940s and 1950s. Possibly original upholstery. The tables and "zabutons," or Japanese style floor cushions were designed by FLW. The floors are covered in stone, giving the appearance of a river bed. The sliding doors leads out to the Terrace. The bowl on the far right, setting on an end table, matches the placement from a photograph time-stamped "August 6, 1965." Stamped on verso: "4." Printed on verso of sleeve: "Color Transparency ."

Size: 127 transparency slide and 10 x 10 high res color digital image.

ST#: 1628.62.0918 (4)
   
Date: Circa 1965

Title: Fallingwater Circa 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 5) Fallingwater C1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 7 - 127 transparency slide (2" x 2"). View of Fallingwater, taken on the drive approaching Fallingwater from the Southwest. The drive is level with the main level of the house. The enclosed bridge from the second level that leads to the Guest House can be seen above the drive. Stamped on verso: "6." Printed on verso of sleeve: "Color Transparency ."

Size: 127 transparency slide and 10 x 10 high res color digital image.

ST#: 1628.62.0918 (5)
   
Date: Circa 1965

Title: Fallingwater Circa 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 6) Fallingwater C1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 7 - 127 transparency slide (2" x 2"). View of Fallingwater, taken from across the stream. The bridge is to the right. Stamped on verso: "7." Printed on verso of sleeve: "Color Transparency ."

Size: 127 transparency slide and 10 x 10 high res color digital image.

ST#: 1628.62.0918 (6)
   
Date: Circa 1965

Title: Fallingwater Circa 1965 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 7) Fallingwater C1965 (1938 - S.231). Set of 7 - 127 transparency slide (2" x 2"). View of Fallingwater’s swimming pool. The Swimming pool was not designed by FLW, and was demolished in the early 1970s at the request of Edgar Kaufmann Jr. View of Fallingwater, taken from across the stream. The bridge is to the right. Stamped on verso: "8." Printed on verso of sleeve: "Color Transparency ."

Size: 127 transparency slide and 10 x 10 high res color digital image.

ST#: 1628.62.0918 (7)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 1) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Although not dated, the same images were published as a set of postcards by the Conservancy and dated 1975. A valuable record of Fallingwater in 1975. 1) View of the lower Bear Run which meanders through the 1500 acres at Fallingwater. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 1. Lower Bear Run. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#:
1996.32.0517 (1)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 2) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 2) View of Fallingwater from below the lower falls. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 2. West Elevation Summer. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (2)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 3) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 3) View of Fallingwater from below the upper falls. Terraces are cantilevered over the Bear Run steam and falls. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 3. Upper Falls Summer. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (3)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 4) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 4) View of Fallingwater from below the lower falls. Terraces are cantilevered over the Bear Run steam and falls. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 4. Lower Falls Summer. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (4)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 5) Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231). Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 5) Overall view of Fallingwater. Terraces, trellises, roofs and the Living Room are cantilevered. The Guest House is behind and above Fallingwater. The bridge over Bear Run is to the lower right. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 5. Overall View. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (5)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 6) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 6) View of Fallingwater from the bridge. The Living Room and Terrace on the main floor cantilevers out over the stream. The Plunge Pool is on the lower level. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 6. Southeast Elevation. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (6)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 7) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 7) View of the Living Rooms built-in desk. The "zabutons," Japanese style floor cushion on the left was designed by FLW. The chair behind the desk is three-legged Italian farm chair, also used as a dining room chair. Three legs gave the Kaufmanns more stability on the uneven stone floor at fallingwater. Stairs from the Living Room leading down to the stream below are on the other side of the bookshelf. The stool, bottom right was designed by Wright. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 7. Living Room Study Area. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (7)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 8) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 8) Living Room looking are the area canteleavered out over the stream. Doors on the left and right lead out to separate terraces. Seating is built-in. Stools, Coffee and End Tables, and "zabutons," Japanese style floor cushions were designed by FLW. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 8. Living Room. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (8)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 9) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 9) View of the Living Room at night. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 9. Living Room, Night. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (9)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 10) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 10) View of the Dining area. The stairway leads to the second floor and the bridge to the Guest House. The entrance is to the right behind the rock wall. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 10. Dining Area. Stairway. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (10)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 11) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 11) The exterior of Fallingwater from the Master Bedroom Terrace on the second floor. Smaller windows that run floor to ceiling in the Kitchen on the first floor, the Guest Bedroom on the second, and the Study on the third, open outward, completely removing the corner, floor to ceiling in each room. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 11. Exterior From Master Bedroom Terrace. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (11)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 12) Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231). Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 12) View of the Master Bedroom Bath which looks out on the private Terrace. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 12. Bathroom for Master Bedroom. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (12)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 13) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 13) FLW wrapped the trellises around existing trees. This tree was removed by the mid-eighties. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 13. Making Room For A Tree. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (13)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 14) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 14) Stairs lead from the bridge on the second floor to the Guest House above Fallingwater. The canopy over the walkway stair-steps up the hillside. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 14. Guest House Walkway Canopy. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (14)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 15) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 15) The pool is in the foreground, the Guest House is in the background to the right. Cantilevered stairs under the surface of the water leads swimmers from the exterior stairs, past the built-in planter, down into the water. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 15. Guest House and Pool Spring. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (15)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 16) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 16) View of the Guest House Living Room. The built-in seating beneath the windows can be made into two extra beds. The fireplace is to the right. Book shelves on the far right are built-in. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 16. Guest House Living Room. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (16)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 17) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 17) View of Fallingwater at night, from the bridge. The Terrace and Living Room are cantilevered out over the stream. Stairs lead down from the Living Room to the stream bed. There is a Terrace above the Living Room on the second level. Stairs lead from the Terrace in the foreground to the right on the first level, up to the Bedrooms on the second level. The Plunge Pool is on the lower right. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 17. Southeast Elevation, Night. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (17)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 18) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 18) "Mother and Child," the bronze sculpture sets on the ledge of the pool, was created and cast by Lithuanian-born American sculptor Jacques Lipchitz circa 1941-1942. The 50"x47" bronze sculpture depicts a mother, with a child hugging her back, looking to the sky with raised arms. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 18. Mother & Child by Lipschitz. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (18)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 19) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 19) Overall view of Fallingwater from the drive leading to the Bridge. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 19. South Elevation, Night. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (19)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Fallingwater 1975 (1938 - S.231).

Description: 20) Set of 20 - 35mm Slides photographed in 1975 by Harold Corsini for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. 20) Looking up toward Fallingwater from below the upper falls. Stamped on face: "Fallingwater 20. Upper Falls, Autumn. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy."

Size: 35mm slide mounted in plastic sleeve and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 1996.32.0517 (20)
   
Date: 1977

Title: Fallingwater 1977 (1938 - S.230).

Description: 1) Set of 4 - 35mm Slides. Fallingwater viewed from the East, from the road across the stream. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935, the house is cantilevered over the stream. In 1963, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Hand written on slide: "Wright, F. L. Fallingwater. Bear Run, Pa. Falls." Stamped on slide: "Aug 77." Acquired from the estate of Elizabeth H. Dull, PhD.

Size: 35mm slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#:
2033.24.0617 (1)
   
Date: 1977

Title: Fallingwater 1977 (1938 - S.230).

Description: 2) Fallingwater stairs, pool and stream. The stairs lead from the living room, down to the stream bed. The pool is in the background, "Mother and Child," the bronze sculpture setting on the ledge of the pool, was created and cast by Lithuanian-born American sculptor Jacques Lipchitz circa 1941-1942. The 50"x47" bronze sculpture depicts a mother, with a child hugging her back, looking to the sky with raised arms. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935, the house is cantilevered over the stream. In 1963, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Hand written on slide: "Wright, F. L. Fallingwater. Bear Run, Pa. Stairs and Pool." Stamped on slide: "Aug 77." Acquired from the estate of Elizabeth H. Dull, PhD.

Size: 35mm slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 2033.24.0617 (2)
   
Date: 1977

Title: Fallingwater 1977 (1938 - S.230).

Description: 3) Set of 4 - 35mm Slides. Fallingwater Living Room viewed from the Entry. Doors lead out to the Terrace. Just behind the low book shelves are the stairs that lead to the stream’s bed. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935, the house is cantilevered over the stream. In 1963, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Hand written on slide: "Wright, F. L. Fallingwater. Bear Run, Pa. Living Room." Stamped on slide: "Aug 77." Acquired from the estate of Elizabeth H. Dull, PhD.

Size: 35mm slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 2033.24.0617 (3)
   
Date: 1977

Title: Fallingwater 1977 (1938 - S.230).

Description: 4) Set of 4 - 35mm Slides. Fallingwater Living Room viewed from the Southeast. Seating is built-in, the fireplace is just to the right. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935, the house is cantilevered over the stream. In 1963, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated the property to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Hand written on slide: "Wright, F. L. Fallingwater. Bear Run, Pa. Living Room." Stamped on slide: "Aug 77." Acquired from the estate of Elizabeth H. Dull, PhD.

Size: 35mm slide and 11.5 x 8 high res color digital photograph.

S#: 2033.24.0617 (4)
   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater, Circa 1985 (1935 - S.230).

Description: View of Fallingwater from the Southwest. Exterior view shows balconies cantilevered over the stream. Published in Fallingwater, A Frank Lloyd Wright Country House, Kaufmann, 1986, p.169. Published in color. Hand written on verso: "Frank Lloyd Wright (Exterior of House called ‘Fallingwater.’)" Stamped on verso: "Jan 3 ‘88 PD Sun." Photographed by Christopher Little.

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

ST#:
1985.64.1117
   
Date: 1985

Title: Fallingwater, Circa 1985 (1935 - S.230).

Description: Dressing Room. Published caption: "...view of the dressing room used by my father. The leather sling chair by Ferrari-Hardoy and his associates is one of the first to be imported from Argentina; it was soon made in the United States (under license) and praying and widely copied.." Published in Fallingwater, A Frank Lloyd Wright Country House, Kaufmann, 1986, p.144. Published in color. Hand written on verso: "Frank Lloyd Wright (Interior of House called ‘Fallingwater.’)" Stamped on verso: "Jan 2 ‘88 PD Sun." Photographed by Thomas A. Heinz.

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

ST#:
1985.63.1117
   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater (1935 - S.230) 1987.

Description: Winter 1987, Southwest elevation. Also produced as a postcard. Caption from Postcard of the same image: "Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann. Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy." (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy) Photography by Thomas A. Heinz.

Size: Original 14 x 11 Color photograph.

ST#: 1987.76.0713

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater (1935 - S.230) 1987.

Description: Early Fall at Dusk / Southwest elevation. Also produced as a postcard. Caption from Postcard of the same image: "Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann. Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy." (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy) Photography by Thomas A. Heinz.

Size: Original 11 x 14 Color photograph.

ST#: 1987.77.0713

   
Date: 1991

Title: Fallingwater (1935 - S.230) 1991.

Description: Set of 6 images from a trip to Fallingwater in March 1991. Designed in 1935 by Frank Lloyd Wright. Grounds at Fallingwater. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner.

Size: 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

ST#: 1991.74.1015-1

   
Date: 1991

Title: Fallingwater (1935 - S.230) 1991.

Description: Set of 6 images from a trip to Fallingwater in March 1991. Designed in 1935 by Frank Lloyd Wright. View of Fallingwater from the Southeast as you walk the entrance driveway. The bridge is on the right. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 10 x 8" high res color digital image.

Size: 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

ST#: 1991.74.1015-2

   
Date: 1991

Title: Fallingwater (1935 - S.230) 1991.

Description: Set of 6 images from a trip to Fallingwater in March 1991. Designed in 1935 by Frank Lloyd Wright. View of Bear Run as you cross the bridge. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

Size: 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

ST#: 1991.74.1015-3

   
Date: 1991

Title: Fallingwater (1935 - S.230) 1991.

Description: Set of 6 images from a trip to Fallingwater in March 1991. Designed in 1935 by Frank Lloyd Wright. View from the west of the drive that runs behind the home. Fallingwater is to the right. Back entrance on the right leads into the Kitchen on the right. The drive leads back to the bridge. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

Size: 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

ST#: 1991.74.1015-4

   
Date: 1991

Title: Fallingwater (1935 - S.230) 1991.

Description: Set of 6 images from a trip to Fallingwater in March 1991. Designed in 1935 by Frank Lloyd Wright. View of the Plunge on the lower level next to the river. The steps on the lower left lead to the Loggia above. The sculpture is "Mother and Child" created in 1941-42 by Jacques Lipchitz. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

Size: 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

ST#: 1991.74.1015-5

   
Date: 1991

Title: Fallingwater (1935 - S.230) 1991.

Description: Set of 6 images from a trip to Fallingwater in March, 1991. Designed in 1935 by Frank Lloyd Wright. View from the Southwest. The cantilevered Terrace on the right leads to the Living Room on the main level. My son Jeremy is enjoying his first trip to Fallingwater. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

Size: 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

ST#: 1991.74.1015-6

   
Date: 1998

Title: Fallingwater. "Frank Lloyd Wright. A film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick."

Description: Photograph includes Fallingwater, Imperial Hotel, S.C. Johnson Wax Company Administration Building, Unity Temple. Label on verso: Frank Lloyd Wright. A film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings: (top left) Fallingwater in Bear Run, Pennsylvania; (top right) the Imperial Hotel in Japan which has since been demolished; (bottom left) the S.C. Johnson Wax Company Administration Building in Racine, Wisconsin; (bottom right) and the Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois, are examples of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work. The brilliant and controversial architect, who revolutionized American architect, is the subject of a new film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novack. ‘Frank Lloyd Wright’, which interweaves Wright’s extraordinary career with his equally tempestuous personal life, will be broadcast on PBS as a ‘General Motors Mark of Excellence Presentation, "Tuesday, Nov, 10 and Wednesday, Nov, 11, 1998. Photo credits: Fallingwater, Courtesy of James Reber and the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. Imperial Hotel, S.C. Johnson and Unity Temple, Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives." Stamped on verso: "Nov 1998".

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph. Individual images 4.75 x 3.

ST#: 1998.67.1011

   
   
   
POSTCARDS
 
Date: 1916

Title: (Side Note)  "Kaufmann’s Department Store, Pittsburgh, PA.” 

Description: (Note: This is the department store that was owned by Edgar J. Kaufmann, who commissioned Wright to build Fallingwater.)  Back: “Pittsburgh promotes progress.”  (Published by I. Robbins & Sons, Pittsburgh, PA)  Randson.  #R-44727. (PM 9/15/16) 

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

S#: 0132.02.0207

   
Date: 1916

Title: (Side Note)  “Kaufmann’s Department Store, Pittsburgh, PA.” 

Description: (Note: This is the department store that was owned by Edgar J. Kaufmann, who commissioned Wright to build Fallingwater.) 

Size: 5.4 x 3.4

S#: 0132.03.0307

   
Date: 1937

Title: Fallingwater. 

Description: The Museum of Modern Art. House for Edgar Kaufman, “Falling Water”.  Bear Run, Pa., 1936. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect.  Photo: Hedrich Blessing Genuine Photo - v. Leer’s Fotodrukindustrie, Amsterdam-Holland. 

Size: 5.3 x 3.4.  Real photo postcard.

S#: 0429.02.0207

   
Date: Circa 1963

Title: Fallingwater. Photographed in 1937, published circa 1963.

Description: Real photo postcard. Possibly published in conduction with the exhibition "Fallingwater": A Frank Lloyd Wright House Revisited, MOMA Exhibition #731, 1963 November 1-December 1, 1963. (Note: By 1960 the standard size enlarged to 4 x 6.) Verso: The Museum of Modern Art. 11 West 53 Street, New York 19, N.Y. House of Edgar Kaufman, "Falling Water". Bear Run, Pa., 1936. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. A house intimately related to its natural setting. (Photo: Hendrich-Blessing) Printed in Western Germany.

Size: 5.75 x 4.2

S#: 1565.46.1114

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater, world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by reservation only. Below falls.” Photo by W. Galen Barton. Plastichrome by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass 02130. #P65702.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5.

S#: 1596.05.0707

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater, world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by reservation only. Entrance area.” Photo by W. Galen Barton. Plastichrome by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass 02130. #P65705. Two Copies.

Size: 3.5 x 5.5

S#: 1596.06.0707, 1596.19.0711

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: "Fallingwater, world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by reservation only. Entrance drive." Photo by W. Galen Barton. Plastichrome by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass 02130. #P69988. 1964.

Size: 3.5 x 5.5

S#: 1596.20.0711

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater, world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by reservation only. South elevation.” Photo by W. Galen Barton. Plastichrome by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass 02130. #P69989.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

S#: 1596.07.0707

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: "Fallingwater, world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by reservation only. Overall view." Photo by W. Galen Barton. Plastichrome by Colourpicture, Boston, Mass 02130. #P69991. 1964.

Size: 3.5 x 5.5.

S#: 1596.21.0711

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater, famed architectural masterwork of Frank Lloyd Wright. Built for Edgar J. Kaufman in 1936, The house is now owned by Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Guided tours by advance reservation. Call or write Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.” A Natural Color Card Published by Modern-Ad, Butler, Pa. #80950. (Richard Miller began producing post cards in 1955 and published them through his company, Modern-Ad of Butler, Pennsylvania.)

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

S#: 1596.08.0707

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Main Living Room at Fallingwater, world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. And Edgar J. Kaufmann. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by advance reservation only. Photograph by Michael Fedison” Natural Color Card Published by Modern-Ad, Butler, Pa. #89970. (Richard Miller began producing post cards in 1955 and published them through his company, Modern-Ad of Butler, Pennsylvania.)

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

S#: 1596.09.0707

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by reservation only. Entrance Drive.” W. Galen Barton - Distributor - Photographer.  #112990.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

S#: 1596.10.0707

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by reservation only. Guest House Terrace.” W. Galen Barton - Distributor - Photographer.  #112993.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

S#: 1596.11.0707

   
Date: 1964

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by reservation only. Below Falls/Winter.” W. Galen Barton - Distributor - Photographer.  #112995.

Size: 3.5 x 5.5

S#: 1596.12.0707

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard Packet circa 1966. Envelope and 14 Postcards.

Description: Envelope: "Join The Conservancy and see Fallingwater free. The beauty of Fallingwater changes with each season... backpacking at the 3,000-acre Bear Run Nature Reserve... Western Pennsylvania Conservancy is a private, non-profit conservancy of over 7,000 members..." In October 1963 Edgar Kaufmann Jr. donated Fallingwater and 1,543 acres surrounding Bear Run. Fallingwater was open to public tours in 1964. By the end of 1964 membership in the conservancy reached 5,421. Between 1963-1969, visitation was allowed by advanced reservations only. 1965: 6,331 members. By 1981 Fallingwater and the Bear Run Nature Reserve included 3,600-acres, and in 1982, 3,700 acres. Membership reached 9,000 in 1982. By 1988 Bear Run Nature Reserve reached 4,200 acres. (Three sets)

Size: 6.5 x 3.75

S#: 1679.08.0913, 1679.09.0913, 1679.10.0913

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 1, Below Falls.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Please call or write: admission by reservation only. Below Falls." W. Galen Barton – Distributor – Photographer. <K> 112988.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 2, Below Falls/Summer.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Below Falls/Summer." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #340337.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 3, Below Falls/Fall.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Below Falls/Fall." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #400637.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 4, Overall View.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Overall View." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #471149.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 5, South Elevation/Summer.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. South Elevation/Summer." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #400635.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 6, South Elevation/Fall.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. South Elevation/Fall." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #400633.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 7, East Elevation/Spring.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. East Elevation/Spring." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #511149.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 8, Main Terrace.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Main Terrace." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #571148.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 9, Living Room.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Living Room." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #370108.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 10, Fireplace and Dining Area.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Fireplace and Dining Area." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #4711533.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 11, Living Room Fireplace.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Living Room Fireplace." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #370109.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 12, Guest House and Pool.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Guest House and Pool." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #340336.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 13, Guest House Terrace.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Guest House Terrace." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #370106.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: Circa 1966

Title: Postcard 14, Guest House Interior.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Guest House Interior." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #370107.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

   
Date: 1972

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman.  Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservation.  Livingroom.”  W. Galen Barton, Photographer.  Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO.  #370108.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

S#: 1909.03.0307

   
Date: 1972

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman.  Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservation. Livingroom Fireplace.”  W. Galen Barton, Photographer.  Produced by Henry McGrew Printing, Kansas City, MO.  #370109.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

S#: 1909.04.0307

   
Date: 1972

Title: Fallingwater

Description: “Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman.  Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservation.  Below Falls/Winter.”  W. Galen Barton, Photographer.  Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO.  #400636. Two copies, one PM 9/21/73.

Size: 3.5 x 5.5

S#: 1909.05.0307, 1909.06.0307

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard Packet (large) 19756.

Description: Envelope and 18 large postcards. Envelope: "Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, 204 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pensylvania 15222." (One full set, one partial set) Second set includes envelope and 16 postcards: #1, 2, 4 (2), 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14 (3), 16, 17, 18. (S#1996.18, 1996.19)

Size: Envelope size 9 x 6

S#: 1996.18.0913, 1996.19.0913

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 1, Lower Bear Run.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Lower Bear Run." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 5.5 x 8

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 2, Upper Falls/Autumn.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Upper Falls/Autumn." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975. 

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 3, West Elevation/Winter.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. West Elevation/Winter." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 4, West Elevation/Summer.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. West Elevation/Summer." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 5.5 x 8.

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 5, Lower Falls/Summer.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Lower Falls/Summer." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 5.5 x 8

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 6, Overall View.

Description: Back:  "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Overall View." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 7, East Elevation/Autumn.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. East Elevation/Autumn." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 8, Southeast Elevation/Night.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Southeast Elevation/Night." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 9, Southeast Elevation/Rhododendron.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Southeast Elevation/Rhododendron." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 10, Fireplace and Dining Area.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater world-famous masterwork by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Endowed and given in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Please call or write: Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pa., 1546l4. Phone: 412-232-0060. Fireplace and Dining Area." W. Galen Barton, Distributor/Photographer. Produced by McGrew Color Graphics, Kansas City, MO. #4711533.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 11, Master Bedroom Terrace.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Master Bedroom Terrace." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 5.5 x 8

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 12, Making Room For A Tree.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Making Room For A Tree." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 5.5 x 8.

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 13, Living Room.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Living Room." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 14, Living Room/Night.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Living Room/Night." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 15, Dining Area/Stairway.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Dining Area/Stairway." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 5.5 x 8.

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 16, Library.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Library." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 17, Guest House Walkway Canopy.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Guest House Walkway Canopy." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 5.5 x 8

   
Date:  1975

Title:  Postcard 18, Guest House and Pool/Spring.

Description: Back: "Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufman. Entrusted in their memory to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA 15464 (412) 329-8501. Guest House and Pool/Spring." Photographed by Harold Corsini. © Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 1975.

Size: 8 x 5.5

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Summer / Southwest Elevation  (Produced by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy)  Photography by Christopher Little. 

Description:Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.”  4 x 5.5.  (Two Copies)

Size: 4 x 5.5

ST#: 1987.23.0506, 1987.31.0404

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Summer / East Elevation  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy)  Photography by Thomas A. Heinz. 

Description: “Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.” (Two Copies)

Size: 5.5 x 4

ST#: 1987.28.0806, 1987.33.0404

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Fall / Southwest Elevation  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy) 

Description:Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.”  Photography by Christopher Little.

Size: 4 x 5.5. 

ST#: 1987.41.1206

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Early Fall at Dusk / Southwest Elevation  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy)  Photography by Thomas A. Heinz. 

Description: “Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann. Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.” (Two Copies)

Size: 5.5 x 4

ST#: 1987.29.0806, 1987.34.0404

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Living Room  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy) Photography by Christopher Little. 

Description: “Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.” (Two Copies)

Size: 5.5 x 4

ST#: 1987.27.0806 1987.32.0404

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Fall / Southeast Elevation  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy)  Photography by Christopher Little. 

Description: “Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.”

Size: 5.5 x 4

ST#: 1987.35.0404

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Guest House & Pool  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy) Photography by Christopher Little. 

Description: “Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.”

Size: 5.5 x 4

ST#: 1987.37.0404

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Summer at Dusk / Overall View  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy) Photography by Thomas A. Heinz. 

Description: “Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.”

Size: 5.5 x 4

ST#: 1987.39.0404

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Winter / Southwest Elevation  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy)  Photography by Thomas A. Heinz. 

Description: “Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.”

Size: 5.5 x 4

ST#: 1987.36.0404

   
Date: 1987

Title: Fallingwater: Winter / Overall View  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy) Photography by Thomas A. Heinz. 

Description: “Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.”

Size: 5.5 x 4

ST#: 1987.38.0404

   
Date: 1989

Title: Fallingwater: Summer / View from the Falls  (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy)  Photography by Thomas A. Heinz. 

Description: “Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s world-famous masterwork, designed in 1936 for Liliane S. and Edgar J. Kaufmann.  Entrusted in their memory to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.” 

Size: 4 x 5.5.

ST#: 1989.42.0404

   
   
   
POSTERS
 
Date: 1973

Title: Fallingwater (Published by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Pittsburgh, PA)

Author: Western Pennsylvania Conservancy

Description: Fallingwater. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect. Designed for Edgar Kaufmann, Mill Run, Pa. Entrusted to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Photograph by Harold Corsini.

Size: 17 x 22.75

S#: 1940.08.0718

   
   
   
PRINTS
 
Date: 2004

Title: Fallingwater 2004 (1935 - S.230). "Frozen Fallingwater" by Dee Lee Stevens, 2004, 3/50.

Description: Dee Lee Stevens attended John Herron Art School, now part of the Indiana University, and later transferred to Ball State University, and earned a Bachelor of Science in Fine Arts. She is a member and past chairman of the Sanford Seminole Art Association (SSAA), one of the oldest cultural organizations in Seminole County, Florida. Signed and numbered.

Size: 8.5 x 6.25

ST#: 2004.66.0214

   
   
   
TRADING CARDS
 
Date: 1995

Title: Architects Trading Cards: Fallingwater (Published by Acme Studios Inc., Hawaii)

Description: A Frank Lloyd Wright House.  Boxed set of 36 Trading Cards.

Size: 2.75 x 3.75 each

Pages: 36 Trading Cards

ST#: 1995.39.0105

   
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