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RAY W. AND EMMY LINDHOLM RESIDENCE (1952 - S.353)
   
  FLOOR PLAN    1958    EXTERIOR 2021    INTERIOR 2021    ADDITIONAL WRIGHT STUDIES 
   
Date: 1952

Title: R. W. Lindholm Residence Ground Plan, Cloquet, Minnesota 1952 (1952 - S. 353).

Description: Preliminary ground plan for the R. W. Lindholm Residence. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T" Standard concrete blocks were used to construct the home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. Changes are indicated on the drawing. The roof line of the garage was changed. The Master bedroom was enlarged, and a second bath was added. Other changes were made, but generally it is close to the final floor plan. Text: "House for Mr. And Mrs. R. W. Lindholm. Cloquet, Minnesota. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Signed "FLLW,  __ 20 / 52." Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 7 Color photograph.

S#:
0910.70.0222
   
Date: 1952

Title: R. W. Lindholm Residence Floor Plan, Cloquet, Minnesota 1952 (1952 - S. 414).

Description: Floor plan for the R. W. Lindholm Residence. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T." Standard concrete blocks were used to construct the home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. Text: "House for Mr. And Mrs. R. W. Lindholm. Cloquet, Minnesota. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect. Sheet No. 2. General Plan." Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation #5208.003. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. See additional details...

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

S#:
0910.71.0222
   
Date: 1958

Title: R. W. Lindholm Residence 1958 (1952 - S.353).

Description: View looking East. Floor to ceiling doors open outward, and lead into the Living Room on the left. The bedroom wing in the background on the right. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952 after their daughter suggested they speak to Wright about designing their home. She was a student at the University of Minnesota at the time, and one of her professors lived in the Wiley Residence (1933 - s.229) at the time. Four years later they would build the Wright design the gas station that was based on the design for an overhead gas station designed in 1932 for Broadacre City. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T." Standard concrete blocks were used to construct the home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. The home was completed in 1956. Stamped on the verso: "Sep 9 1958" and "Roy Swan." Photographed by Roy Swan. See additional details...

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#:
1259.63.1019
   
Date: 1958

Title: R. W. Lindholm Residence 1958 (1952 - S.353).

Description: View looking North. The Living Room is to the far left, the bedroom wing is in the foreground on the right. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952 after their daughter suggested they speak to Wright about designing their home. She was a student at the University of Minnesota at the time, and one of her professors lived in the Wiley Residence (1933 - s.229) at the time. Four years later they would build the Wright design the gas station that was based on the design for an overhead gas station designed in 1932 for Broadacre City. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T." Standard concrete blocks were used to construct the home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. The home was completed in 1956. Stamped on the verso: "Sep 9 1958" and "Roy Swan." Clipping taped to verso: "Placement of house shows respect for site. The roof yields a space to accommodate graceful tree." Photographed by Roy Swan. See additional details...

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#:
1259.64.1019
   
Date: 1958

Title: R. W. Lindholm Residence 1958 (1952 - S.353).

Description: View looking Northwest.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952 after their daughter suggested they speak to Wright about designing their home. She was a student at the University of Minnesota at the time, and one of her professors lived in the Wiley Residence (1933 - S.229) at the time. Four years later they would build the Wright design the gas station that was based on the design for an overhead gas station designed in 1932 for Broadacre City. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T." Standard concrete blocks were used to construct a home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. Windows are also trimmed out in cypress. There is a built in desk at the far end of the Living Room, and the Dining Room is behind the camera. The Coffee table and stools appear to be Wright designed. It is most likely Mrs. Lindholm seated to the right. Stamped on the verso: "Oct 6 1958." See additional details...

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#:
1259.54.1217
   
Date: 2021

Title: Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S. 353).

Description: Set of 23 exterior photographs of the R. W. Lindholm Residence, Mantyla. Photographed on October 17, 2021 during a trip to Pennsylvania. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1952 after their daughter suggested they speak to Wright about designing their home. She was a student at the University of Minnesota, and one of her professors lived in the Wiley Residence (1933 - S.229) at the time. Four years later they would build... Continue...

Size: Set of 23 exterior high res 20 X 13.5 digital images.

ST#:
2021.25.0122 (1-23)
   
   
   
Date: 2021

Title: Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S. 353).

Description: Set of 43 interior photographs of the R. W. Lindholm Residence, Mantyla. Photographed on October 17, 2021 during a trip to Pennsylvania. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1952 after their daughter suggested they speak to Wright about designing their home. She was a student at the University of Minnesota, and one of her professors lived in the Wiley Residence (1933 - S.229) at the time. Four years later they would build... Continue...

Size: Set of 43 interior high res 20 X 13.5 digital images.

ST#:
2021.26.0122 (1-43)
   
   
   
   
   
LINDHOLM RESIDENCE FLOOR PLAN
   
1) R. W. Lindholm Residence Ground Plan, Cloquet, Minnesota 1952 (1952 - S. 353). Preliminary ground plan for the R. W. Lindholm Residence. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T" Standard concrete blocks were used to construct the home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. Changes are indicated on the drawing. The roof line of the garage was changed. The Master bedroom was enlarged, and a second bath was added. Other changes were made, but generally it is close to the final floor plan. Text: "House for Mr. And Mrs. R. W. Lindholm. Cloquet, Minnesota. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Signed "FLLW,  __ 20 / 52." Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. (S#0910.70.0222)
 
1B) Detail of the R. W. Lindholm Residence Ground Plan, Cloquet, Minnesota 1952 (1952 - S. 353).
 
2) R. W. Lindholm Residence Floor Plan, Cloquet, Minnesota 1952 (1952 - S. 414). Floor plan for the R. W. Lindholm Residence. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T." Standard concrete blocks were used to construct the home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. Text: "House for Mr. And Mrs. R. W. Lindholm. Cloquet, Minnesota. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect. Sheet No. 2. General Plan." Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation #5208.003. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, Avery Library. (S#0910.71.0222)
 
 
   
LINDHOLM RESIDENCE 1958
   
1) R. W. Lindholm Residence 1958 (1952 - S.353). View looking East. Floor to ceiling doors open outward, and lead into the Living Room on the left. The bedroom wing in the background on the right. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952 after their daughter suggested they speak to Wright about designing their home. She was a student at the University of Minnesota at the time, and one of her professors lived in the Wiley Residence (1933 - s.229) at the time. Four years later they would build the Wright design the gas station that was based on the design for an overhead gas station designed in 1932 for Broadacre City. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T." Standard concrete blocks were used to construct the home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. The home was completed in 1956. Stamped on the verso: "Sep 9 1958" and "Roy Swan." Photographed by Roy Swan. (S#1259.63.1019)
 
2) R. W. Lindholm Residence 1958 (1952 - S.353). View looking North. The Living Room is to the far left, the bedroom wing is in the foreground on the right. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952 after their daughter suggested they speak to Wright about designing their home. She was a student at the University of Minnesota at the time, and one of her professors lived in the Wiley Residence (1933 - s.229) at the time. Four years later they would build the Wright design the gas station that was based on the design for an overhead gas station designed in 1932 for Broadacre City. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T." Standard concrete blocks were used to construct the home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. The home was completed in 1956. Stamped on the verso: "Sep 9 1958" and "Roy Swan." Clipping taped to verso: "Placement of house shows respect for site. The roof yields a space to accommodate graceful tree." Photographed by Roy Swan. (S#1259.64.1019)
 
3) R. W. Lindholm Residence 1958 (1952 - S.353). View looking Northwest. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Linnholm Residence in 1952 after their daughter suggested they speak to Wright about designing their home. She was a student at the University of Minnesota at the time, and one of her professors lived in the Wiley Residence (1933 - S.229) at the time. Four years later they would build the Wright design the gas station that was based on the design for an overhead gas station designed in 1932 for Broadacre City. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport that forms a "T." Standard concrete blocks were used to construct a home, and tidewater cypress was used throughout finish the cabinetry and trim. Windows are also trimmed out in cypress. There is a built in desk at the far end of the Living Room, and the Dining Room is behind the camera. The Coffee table and stools appear to be Wright designed. It is most likely Mrs. Lindholm seated to the right. Stamped on the verso: "Oct 6 1958." (S#1259.54.1217)
 
   
 
LINDHOLM RESIDENCE EXTERIOR & INTERIOR (2021)
 
  EXTERIOR    INTERIOR  
 
Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). Set of 23 exterior and 43 interior photographs of the R. W. Lindholm Residence, Mantyla. Photographed on October 17, 2021 during a trip to Pennsylvania. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1952 after their daughter suggested they speak to Wright about designing their home. She was a student at the University of Minnesota, and one of her professors lived in the Wiley Residence (1933 - S.229) at the time. Four years later they would build the Wright designed gas station that was based on the design for an overhead gas station, designed in 1932 for Broadacre City. The residence is a large "L" shaped Usonian home with the carport forming a "T." Standard concrete blocks were used to construct the house, and tidewater cypress was used throughout to finish the cabinetry and trim. The house was completed in 1956.
       Peter McKinney, the Lindholm’s grandson, grew up in the home. Although located on acreage, commercial growth in the area began crowding the property. In 2016, Peter and his wife contacted the Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy in Chicago to start the conversation of preserving the homes longevity. "The Conservancy worked with the McKinneys to market the house to potential buyers who would keep the house on its original site, which had become encroached by burgeoning retail development along a brightly lit and noisy commercial strip," the Conservancy said in a statement. The house was listed for sale, but failed to find a suitable buyer with preservation in mind.
       A solution was found. Polymath Park, in Pennsylvania. Barbara Gordon, executive director of the Conservancy said "The Conservancy has long disfavored moving a Wright house unless its demolition is imminent or its site becomes so compromised that it is unmarketable. The McKinneys and the Conservancy concluded that there was no viable long-term future for the house as a residence on its once secluded, wooded site."
       Polymath Park is located less than 30 miles North of
 

Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob. The 130 acre park includes two Frank Lloyd Wright homes, two homes designed by Peter Berndtson, and Treetops Restaurant. In 2000, the Papinchaks purchased a house which is now the Treetops Restaurant. In 2003 they had the opportunity to purchase the 130 acres and the two Berndtson designed homes, the Balter and Blum houses. Peter Berndtson (1909–1972) was an American architect. He studied at MIT for two years, and in 1938 joined the Taliesin Fellowship as one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s apprentices. While there, he met and married another apprentice, Cornelia Brierly. They eventually settled in Western Pennsylvania.
       In 2006, the Papinchaks relocated the Frank Lloyd Wright Duncan house, originally located in Lisle, Illinois and slated for demolition.
       The best solution for the Lindholm Residence was with the Papinchak’s Polymath Park. Under the guidance of the Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy, they began dismantling the house in April 2016. The concrete slab, blocks and roof rafters were demolished, everything else was salvaged. The grand opening of the reconstructed Lindholm Residence took place in 2019.
       The house was constructed of standard unadorned concrete blocks. Mortar was racked on the horizontal joints, flush on the vertical joints, adding to the low horizontal look. The roof was covered in flat red tiles, manufactured by the Ludovici Tile Company. Golden tidewater cypress was used throughout to finish the cabinetry and trim. The slab was tinted Cherokee red and scored with a four foot grid system.
       Our intent is to record the details that create the totality of the design, creating a complete picture. Photographed on October 17, 2021 during a trip to Pennsylvania by Douglas M. Steiner. In an effort to expedite adding these photographs to this website, we have dispensed with a description for each photograph. Set of 23 exterior and 43 interior high res 20 X 13.5 digital images.

 
1) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-1)
 
2Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-2)
 
3Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-3)
 
4) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-4)
 
5) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-5)
 
6) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-6)
 
7Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-7)
 
8Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-8)
 
9Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-9)
 
10Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-10)
 
11Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-11)
 
12Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-12)
 
13Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-13)
 
14) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-14)
 
15Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-15)
 
16Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-16)
 
17Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-17)
 
18Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-18)
 
19) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-19)
 
20Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-20)
 
21Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-21)
 
22Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-22)
 
23Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Exterior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.25.0122-23)
 
 
 
LINDHOLM RESIDENCE INTERIOR (2021)
 
1Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-1)
 
2Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-2)
 
3) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-3)
 
4Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-4)
 
5Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-5)
 
6Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-6)
 
7Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-7)
 
8Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-8)
 
9Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-9)
 
10Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-10)
 
11) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-11)
 
12Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-12)
 
13) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-13)
 
14Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-14)
 
15Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-15)
 
16Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-16)
 
17Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-17)
 
18Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-18)
 
19Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-19)
 
20Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-20)
 
21Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-21)
 
22Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-22)
 
23Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-23)
 
24Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-24)
 
25Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-25)
 
26Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-26)
 
27Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-27)
 
28Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-28)
 
29Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-29)
 
30Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-30)
 
31Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-31)
 
32Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-32)
 
33Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-33)
 
34Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-34)
 
35Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-35)
 
36Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-36)
 
37Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-37)
 
38Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-38)
 
39Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-39)
 
40) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-40)
 
41) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-41)
 
42) Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-42)
 
43Ray W. And Emmy Lindholm Residence Interior, Polymath Park, Acme, Pennsylvania 2021 (1952 - S.353). 20 x 13.5 high res digital image photographed by Douglas M. Steiner on October 17, 2021. Copyright 2021, Douglas M. Steiner. (ST#2021.26.0122-43)
 
 
 
LINDHOLM SERVICE STATION (1956 - S.414)
   
Date: 1958

Title: Lindholm Service Station Under Construction 1958 (1956 - S. 414).

Description: Ray W. Lindholm’s first contact with Frank Lloyd Wright was for the design of his home just outside of Cloquet Minnesota called Mäntylä (1952 - S.353). R. W. Lindholm was the president of Lindholm Oil, Inc., a distributor of petroleum headquartered in Cloquet. The company owned several gas stations in Minnesota. Lindholm commissioned Wright again in 1956 to design a service station on Highway 33 in Cloquet. Wright utilized his earlier Broadacre City service station design, which he had exhibited as early as 1930. Construction began on April 27, 1958 and opened on October 31, 1958. Stamped on verso: "Roy Swan. Sep 9 1958." 1982 clipping taped to verso: "By Paul Goldberger. New York Times. There is, in gas stations, a kind of miniature history of American architecture - or at least there used to be. In the 1920s, 1930s, and even into the 1940s gasoline stations were built in the form of little colonial houses, Chinese pagodas, art deco palaces, Spanish mission haciendas and Greek temples. Almost every town had a different kind of building in which to purvey its gasoline, and architects seemed to struggle to make each station something of a landmark in its location... Caption: The Cloquet, Minn., station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is shown under construction in 1958." The waiting room was in the glass enclosed second level. It was constructed of concrete block with a terne metal roof. This was Wright’s only service station. Photographed by Roy Swan.

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 1259.39.1113

   
Date: 1958

Title: Lindholm Service Station 1958 (1956 - S. 414).

Description: Ray W. Lindholm’s first contact with Frank Lloyd Wright was for the design of his home just outside of Cloquet Minnesota called Mäntylä (1952 - S.353). R. W. Lindholm was the president of Lindholm Oil, Inc., a distributor of petroleum headquartered in Cloquet. The company owned several gas stations in Minnesota. Lindholm commissioned Wright again in 1956 to design a service station on Highway 33 in Cloquet. Wright utilized his earlier Broadacre City service station design, which he had exhibited as early as 1930. Construction began on April 27, 1958 and opened on October 31, 1958. The roof cantilevers out over the gas pumps. The waiting room is on the second floor, reached by the stairs on the left. The car at the gas pumps is a 1956 Desoto. Mounted to gray board. Label pasted to board: : "West 20, US Arch. Wright, Frank Lloyd. Cloquet, Minn. Lindholm Gas Station, 1957-58. General View. Andrew Photo #2775." Photographed by Wayne Andrews.

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W Photograph.

S#: 1
259.71.0220
   
Date: Circa 1960

Title: Lindholm Service Station Circa 1960 (1956 - S. 414).

Description: Front: "Intersection Highway 33 and Cloquet Ave. Cloquet, Minn." Ray W. Lindholm’s first contact with Frank Lloyd Wright was for the design of his home just outside of Cloquet Minnesota called Mäntylä (1952 - S.353). R. W. Lindholm was the president of Lindholm Oil, Inc., a distributor of petroleum headquartered in Cloquet. The company owned several gas stations in Minnesota. Lindholm commissioned Wright again in 1956 to design a service station on Highway 33 in Cloquet. Wright utilized his earlier Broadacre City service station design, which he had exhibited as early as 1930. Construction began on April 27, 1958 and opened on October 31, 1958. The waiting room is in the glass enclosed second level. It was constructed of concrete block with a terne metal roof. This was Wright’s only service station. Back: "The world famous Master Architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed this beautiful service station. Only he could have had the daring and engineering skill to extend a Cantilever Canopy thirty-two feet out in space with little visible support. Cloquet is proud to have this copper sheathed masterpiece." Published by Plastichrome ® by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc., Boston 15, Mass., USA. #P30621.

Size: 5.4 x 3.4.

S#: 1458.45.0114

   
Date: 1990

Title: Lindholm Service Station 1990 (1956 - S. 414). Viewed from the Northwest.

Description: Ray W. Lindholm’s first contact with Frank Lloyd Wright was for the design of his home just outside of Cloquet Minnesota called Mäntylä (1952 - S.353). R. W. Lindholm was the president of Lindholm Oil, Inc., a distributor of petroleum headquartered in Cloquet. The company owned several gas stations in Minnesota. Lindholm commissioned Wright again in 1956 to design a service station on Highway 33 in Cloquet. Wright utilized his earlier Broadacre City service station design, which he had exhibited as early as 1930. Construction began on April 27, 1958 and opened on October 31, 1958. View of the North and West side. The roof is cantilevered over the pumps. The waiting room was in the glass enclosed second level and is reached via the stairs just to the right of the attendants office. It was constructed of concrete block with a copper metal roof. This was Wright’s only service station. Photographed by Jet Lowe in May 1990. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1990.97.1113

   
Date: 1990

Title: Lindholm Service Station 1990 (1956 - S. 414). Viewed from the Northwest.

Description: Ray W. Lindholm’s first contact with Frank Lloyd Wright was for the design of his home just outside of Cloquet Minnesota called Mäntylä (1952 - S.353). R. W. Lindholm was the president of Lindholm Oil, Inc., a distributor of petroleum headquartered in Cloquet. The company owned several gas stations in Minnesota. Lindholm commissioned Wright again in 1956 to design a service station on Highway 33 in Cloquet. Wright utilized his earlier Broadacre City service station design, which he had exhibited as early as 1930. Construction began on April 27, 1958 and opened on October 31, 1958. View of the North and West side. The roof is cantilevered over the pumps. The waiting room was in the glass enclosed second level and is reached via the stairs just to the right of the attendants office. It was constructed of concrete block with a copper metal roof. This was Wright’s only service station. Photographed by Jet Lowe in May 1990. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1990.98.1113

   
Date: 1990

Title: Lindholm Service Station 1990 (1956 - S. 414).

Description: Viewed from the Northwest. Ray W. Lindholm’s first contact with Frank Lloyd Wright was for the design of his home just outside of Cloquet Minnesota called Mäntylä (1952 - S.353). R. W. Lindholm was the president of Lindholm Oil, Inc., a distributor of petroleum headquartered in Cloquet. The company owned several gas stations in Minnesota. Lindholm commissioned Wright again in 1956 to design a service station on Highway 33 in Cloquet. Wright utilized his earlier Broadacre City service station design, which he had exhibited as early as 1930. Construction began on April 27, 1958 and opened on October 31, 1958. View of the front side. The roof is cantilevered over the pumps. The waiting room was in the glass enclosed second level and is reached via the stairs just to the right of the attendants office. It was constructed of concrete block with a copper metal roof. This was Wright’s only service station. Photographed by Jet Lowe in May 1990. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1990.99.1113

   
   
 
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