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JOHN & CATHERINE CHRISTIAN RESIDENCE (SAMARA) (1954 - S.375) \ Date: 2001
Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Samara: Winged Seeds of Indiana (Hard Cover - DJ)
Author: Rogers, Wallace J.
Description: Original HC List Price $17.95. (First Edition)
MOSSBERG Date: 1981
Title: Dining Room Chair 1948, variant to a design for the Herman T. Mossberg Residence (1948 - S.302).
Description: Oak chair, three-quarter view, facing forward and to the right, the seat is upholstered, circa 1955. See House & Home - December, 1952, p. 66-73. Table and chairs are visible in this issue. Frank Lloyd Wright’s first use of this design was in 1925 for Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin, (Decorative Designs, Hanks, 1979 p. 142). In 1948 the design became a part of the Herman T. Mossberg Residence (1948 - S.302), (Furniture, Heinz, 1993, p. 60-61). They were also included in the Jacobs 1 Residence (possibly mid 1980s) (1936 - S.234) (Interior Style, Ehrlich, 2003, p. 47, 132-3). An image in "Historic Preservation", July-Sept, 1976, p. 10 does not show these chairs, nor does "Building with Frank Lloyd Wright", Jacobs, 1978. A slight variation was designed for the Palmer Residence (1950 - S.332) (Wright Style, Lind, 1992, p. 149-150). According to the notes supplied with these photographs from Kelmscott Galleries, "the oak dining table and six chairs were commissioned by an art professor in Kansas City circa 1955." Chairs: 32.5 (H) x 21.75 (W) x 18.5 (D). Acquired from Kelmscott Galleries.
Size: Two 4 x 5 color photograph.
TRACES Date: 2008
Title: Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History - Summer 2008 (Published quarterly by the Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, Indiana)
Author: Owings, Frank N. Jr.
Description: "Dreams on Paper. Frank Lloyd Wright Unbuilt Indiana. During the seventy years of designing buildings, architect Frank Lloyd Wright created drawings for more than a thousand projects originally planned for forty-one states and nine countries. From these designs, approximately five hundred were completed, four hundred of which are still sanding today in thirty-six states, as well as in Canada and Japan. Wright’s collection of drawings and correspondence, held at the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Taliesin West, in Scottsdale, Arizona, reveals that the architect designed twelve projects in Indiana..." Includes eleven photographs and illustrations. Distributed to members of the Indiana Historical Society, Membership $40 per year.
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: Pp 10-17