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Dr. Jarvis H. Luecheauer Clinic, Fresno, CA (1958 Project)

 
  Introduction    Perspective and Plot Plan    1) Plot Plan    2) Heating Layout and Material Plan    3) General Plan    4) Elevations 
  5) Sections    6) Roof Framing    8) Cabinetwork    Related Items 
 
Introduction

 

Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer 1958. Seven of eight sheets for the Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic Fresno, California. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1959 plans were completed by William Wesley Peters and Aaron Green and dated February 18, 1960.
       Jarvis Henry Luechauer, April 16, 1914 - June 18, 2008. Jarvis was born in Texarkana, Texas. At the age of nine, his family moved to Berkeley, CA where he grew up. He graduated from Berkeley High School and San Mateo Junior College, then attended UC Berkeley for one year before following his dreams to New York. After four years of nominal success in musical comedy, he headed back to Berkeley working with his father as a carpenter.
       As WWII expanded, so did the Kaiser Shipyards in Richmond, just to the North of Berkeley. He rose to the rank of foreman during the war, and it was there that he met his wife.
       Helyn Catherine Anderson, August 13, 1921 - September 24, 2016. Helyn was born in the Berryessa Valley area of California, just north of San Jose, and spent her early years in Berryessa. Her family moved to Napa, where she attended schools in Napa, and graduated from Napa Union High School in 1939. After graduating form high school, she worked for a few years for the Napa County School district with her mother who was the Superintendent.
       In 1942, she decided to branch out, and after attending welding school for a week, she took a job at the Kaiser Shipyard where she met Jarvis. They were married in 1943. After the war, they began a partnership of constructing numerous homes in the Bay Area, and they began there lifelong passion for salvaging architectural artifacts, Which might explain their interest in Frank Lloyd Wright.
       Jarvis went back to school and received a bachelors degree at Montana State University. They then moved to Nashville and he received a master's degree in psychology, then finally a Doctorate in Dentistry at Loyola University in Chicago, Il, with highest honors. After graduating he spent two years in the service as a captain in the U.S. Army Dental Corps in Germany. In 1958, at the age of 44, he established a dental practice in Mariposa, CA, three hours east of San Jose, bordering the Yosemite National Park.
       It was during 1958 that Dr. Jarvis Luechauer approached Frank Lloyd Wright about designing a Dental/Medical Clinic with the intent of building it 70 miles to the south in Fresno, California. The project is numbered 5814, 1958, project number 14, one

  of 31 projects Wright accepted in 1958. It appears that the presentation drawings, perspective and plot plan were dated by Wright in 1959. It is apparent that the project was accepted and moved ahead because the final plans were finished by William Wesley Peters and Aaron Green and dated February 18, 1960.
       It is not clear why they did not proceed with their Wright designed clinic, but what is clear is that they never did. A clue may lie Helyn Luechauer’s desire to also practice dentistry along with her husband. At the age of 41, in 1962, she applied to various dental schools, but was turned down. She was determined and the following year was accepted to all four schools she applied to, attending UCSF Dental School in San Francisco. Another possibility may have been an opportunity in Hollywood that "was too enticing to refuse."

       His practice was originally located at Hollywood Blvd and Vine Street, but was later moved to Sunset Boulevard when his wife joined his practice after graduating from dental school. They ultimately purchased an old motel turning it into a spacious dental suite, apartments and studios where they practiced together for 35 years.
       In 1974, a mastectomy led Helyn to obtained a Master's degree in Nutritional Biochemistry. In 1977, Governor Jerry Brown, appointed Helyn, as the first woman in its 90 year history to serve on the California Department of Consumer Affairs' Board of Dental Examiners. In 1977, she was also voted "Best Dental Instructor of the Year" by her students at UCLA School of Dentistry. In 1978, she became a founding member of the Holistic Dental Association. In 1991, the AAWD (American Association of Women Dentists) presented Helyn with the Lucy Hobbs Taylor Award, their highest honor. She was an Honorary Member of The American Dental Society of Europe. Very few American dentists, practicing in America, are so honored. Helyn was both socially and politically active. In addition to belonging to the League of Women Voters, she was active in many local organizations, including the Bay Area Mayflower Society, the Vallejo Choral Society, and the Anne Loucks Chapter of the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution). On April 8, 2016, the UCSF School of Dentistry honored Dr. Helyn as a member of the Half Century Club, in recognition of her contribution during more than 50 years as a dental professional.*
       *Gathered from the obituaries for Jarvis and Helyn Luechauer published in the Times Herald, Vallejo, CA.

 

   
 
 
Perspective and Plot Plan (Project 1958 - #5814)
 
Perspective of Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer 1959. In 1958, at the age of 44, Lauchauer established a dental practice in Mariposa, CA, three hours east of San Jose, bordering the Yosemite National Park. It was during 1958 that Dr. Jarvis Luechauer approached Frank Lloyd Wright about designing a Dental/Medical Clinic with the intent of building it 70 miles to the south in Fresno, California. The project is numbered 5814, 1958, project number 14, one of 31 projects Wright accepted in 1958. It appears that the presentation drawings, perspective and plot plan were dated by Wright in 1959. It is apparent that the project was accepted and moved ahead because the final plans were finished by William Wesley Peters and Aaron Green and dated February 18, 1960. (S#1377.87.1117)
 

Plot Plan for Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer 1959. The design for the clinic, utilizing a four foot grid, is rectangular in shape except for the waiting room which is a semi-circular. Up two flights of stairs, there is an East and West entrance to the waiting room. In the waiting room a horizontal window rests on top of a 2 1/2 wall. The waiting room has built-in seating along the exterior curved semi-circular wall, and a fireplace on the opposite side of the room. There's a built-in semi-circular planter at the front that follows the curve of the windows. Along the back of the building a built-in planter runs the length, with a small semi-circle built into the center of the planter wall. On the south side of the parking lot, on the property line, there are two stone walls with an opening in the center that forms a partial circle. On the north side of the building perpendicular to the built-in planter is an 87 foot long pool. It is 8 feet wide, and has four jets spaced 17 feet apart. On either side of the pool Wright penciled in future buildings using the same design as the first. Medical offices are on the west side of the building dental are on the right. 10.5 x 6 Color Photograph. (S#1377.88.1117)

 
 
 
Sheet 1: Plot Plan (Project 1958 - #5814)

 

Sheet 1: Plot Plan. "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Plot Plan. Sheet No. 1. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." (S#1458.61.1017 -1)

 
The design for the clinic, utilizing a four foot grid, is rectangular in shape except for the waiting room which is a semi-circular.  Up two flights of stairs, there is an East and West entrance to the waiting room. In the waiting room a horizontal window rests on top of a 2 1/2 wall. The waiting room has built-in seating along the exterior curved semi-circular wall, and a fireplace on the opposite side of the room. There’s a built-in semi-circular planter at the front that follows the curve of the windows. Along the back of the building a built-in planter runs the length, with a small semi-circle built into the center of the planter wall.
 

On the south side of the parking lot, on the property line, there are two stone walls with an opening in the center that forms a partial circle. On the north side of the building perpendicular to the built-in planter is an 87 foot long pool. It is 8 feet wide, and has four jets spaced 17 feet apart. On either side of the pool Wright penciled in future buildings using the same design as the first. Medical offices are on the west side of the building dental are on the right.
 
 
Sheet 2: Heating Layout and Material Plan (Project 1958 - #5814)
 

Sheet 2: Heating Layout and Mat Plan. "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Heating Layout and Mat Plan. Sheet No. 2. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." (S#1458.61.1017 -2)

 
 
The exterior walls are constructed of stone masonry. The wall is 8 inches thick at the top, widening to 16 inches at the base. The interior side of the wall is a vertical 4 inch glazed concrete block wall, covered by carpentry cabinet work. The exterior side of the wall slants inward.
 
 
Sheet 3: General Plan (Project 1958 - #5814)
 
Sheet 3: General Plan. "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "General Plan. Sheet No. 3. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." (S#1458.61.1017 -3)
 
The stairs leading to the entryway are 1 foot 4 inches wide, there are two 4 inch risers. The roof over the waiting room follows the same circular design as the windows and the built-in planter. The design for the clinic utilizes a four foot grid. There are two circular tables (coffee tables) in the waiting room, 4 feet wide, 16 inches tall. The hood of the fireplace is circular as is the grate in the fireplace. "Note: Location of walls and partitions is determined by the unit system. Masonry walls have one face on a unit line at floor level."
 
 
Sheet 4: Elevations (Project 1958 - #5814)
 

Sheet 4: Elevations. "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Elevations. Sheet No. 4. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." (S#1458.61.1017 -4)

 
Capping the stone masonry walls is a 6 inch thick coping stone. Setting atop the coping stone is a row of two foot square precast concrete blocks, inset with glass. Very similar to the Zimmerman residence.
 
Above the precast concrete blocks is a precast concrete fascia that runs the length of the stone masonry walls which lean inward as they raise from the ground. The massive fireplace chimney is also made of stone masonry.
 
 
The roof's pitch is a 12/4 and specified to be covered with concrete tiles. It appears that the exterior wall of the west elevation is floor-to-ceiling the two foot square perforated precast concrete. There are eleven windows in the waiting room, six of which open.
 
Zimmerman residence.
 
 
 
Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green."
 
 
 
Sheet 5: Sections (Project 1958 - #5814)
 

Sheet 5: Sections. "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Sections. Sheet No. 5. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." (S#1458.61.1017 -5)

 
 
The walls on either side of the fireplace are stone masonry that lean inward as it raise up from the floor. The masonry walls are 5 feet high. Above the 5 foot level, masonry continues vertically. The semi-circular hood is also constructed of stone. The opening of the fireplace is 4 foot 6 inches tall. The ceiling in the waiting room is 7 feet tall.
 
 
The Corridor that runs down the center of the building is 12 feet 4 1/2 inches at its highest point in the center. Some of the examining room ceiling are 7 foot in height, some are cathedral.
 
 
 
 
Sheet 6: Roof Framing Plan & Electrical (Project 1958 - #5814)
 

Sheet 6: Roof Framing Plan & Electrical. "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Roof Framing Plan & Electrical. Sheet No. 6. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." (S#1458.61.1017 -6)

 
The ceiling in the waiting room is framed out with 2 x 10s.
 
 
 
Sheet 8: Cabinetwork (Project 1958 - #5814)
 

Sheet 8: Cabinetwork. "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Cabinetwork. Sheet No. 8. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." (S#1458.61.1017 -8)

 
Cabinets are made of three-quarter inch plywood. Note: Cabinets to have flush fronts (doors, jams, strips and drawers fronts to present flush surface.) No horizontal strips between drawers, Vertical matched grain throughout.
 
Cabinets are made of three-quarter inch plywood. Note: Cabinets to have flush fronts (doors, jams, strips and drawers fronts to present flush surface.) No horizontal strips between drawers, Vertical matched grain throughout.
 
Built-in seating is 2 feet 10 inches tall, the seat is 12 inches off the ground and the cushions are set on top of the plywood and the back. The seats are 2 feet 9 inches deep.
 
Circular tables (coffee tables) are 4 feet wide and constructed of 3/4 inch plywood. They are 1 foot 4 inches high. The table tops are 1 1/2 inches thick by doubling up two sheets of plywood. The legs are 3/4 inch thick plywood.
 
Hassocks are made of three-quarter inch plywood and are 1 foot 8 inches square, 11 1/2 inches tall.
 
 
 
Related Items
   
Date: 1959

Title: Perspective of Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer 1959.

Description: In 1958, at the age of 44, Lauchauer established a dental practice in Mariposa, CA, three hours east of San Jose, bordering the Yosemite National Park. It was during 1958 that Dr. Jarvis Luechauer approached Frank Lloyd Wright about designing a Dental/Medical Clinic with the intent of building it 70 miles to the south in Fresno, California. The project is numbered 5814, 1958, project number 14, one of 31 projects Wright accepted in 1958. It appears that the presentation drawings, perspective and plot plan were dated by Wright in 1959. It is apparent that the project was accepted and moved ahead because the final plans were finished by William Wesley Peters and Aaron Green and dated February 18, 1960. Details...

Size: 10.5 x 6 Color Photograph.

S#:
1377.87.1117
   
Date: 1959

Title: Plot Plan for Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer 1959.

Description: The design for the clinic, utilizing a four foot grid, is rectangular in shape except for the waiting room which is a semi-circular. Up two flights of stairs, there is an East and West entrance to the waiting room. In the waiting room a horizontal window rests on top of a 2 1/2 wall. The waiting room has built-in seating along the exterior curved semi-circular wall, and a fireplace on the opposite side of the room. There's a built-in semi-circular planter at the front that follows the curve of the windows. Along the back of the building a built-in planter runs the length, with a small semi-circle built into the center of the planter wall. On the south side of the parking lot, on the property line, there are two stone walls with an opening in the center that forms a partial circle. On the north side of the building perpendicular to the built-in planter is an 87 foot long pool. It is 8 feet wide, and has four jets spaced 17 feet apart. On either side of the pool Wright penciled in future buildings using the same design as the first. Medical offices are on the west side of the building dental are on the right. Details...

Size: 10.5 x 6 Color Photograph.

S#:
1377.88.1117
   
Date: 1960

Title: Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic 1960.

Description: Seven of eight sheets for the Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic Fresno, California. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1959 plans were completed by William Wesley Peters and Aaron Green and dated February 18, 1960. Jarvis Henry Luechauer, April 16, 1914 - June 18, 2008. Jarvis was born in Texarkana, Texas. At the age of nine, his family moved to Berkeley, CA where he grew up. He graduated from Berkeley High School and San Mateo Junior College, then attended UC Berkeley for one year before following his dreams to New York. After four years of nominal success in musical comedy, he headed back to Berkeley working with his father as a carpenter. As WWII expanded, so did the Kaiser Shipyards in Richmond, just to the North of Berkeley. He rose to the rank of foreman during the war, and it was there that he met his wife. Helyn Catherine Anderson, Aug. 13, 1921 - Sept. 24, 2016. Helyn was born in the Berryessa Valley area of California, just north of San Jose, and spent her early years in Berryessa. Her family moved to Napa, where she attended schools in Napa, and graduated from Napa Union High School in 1939. After graduating form high school, she worked for a few years for the Napa County School district with her mother who was the Superintendent... Continue...

Size: 48" x 36" Blueprints

S#: 1458.61.1017 (1-6, 8)
   
Date: 1960

Title: Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic, Sheet 1, 1960.

Description: Sheet 1: "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Plot Plan. Sheet No. 1. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." The design for the clinic, utilizing a four foot grid, is rectangular in shape except for the waiting room which is a semi-circular. Up two flights of stairs, there is an East and West entrance to the waiting room. In the waiting room a horizontal window rests on top of a 2 1/2 wall. The waiting room has built-in seating along the exterior curved semi-circular wall, and a fireplace on the opposite side of the room. There’s a built-in semi-circular planter at the front that follows the curve of the windows. Along the back of the building a built-in planter runs the length, with a small semi-circle built into the center of the planter wall. On the south side of the parking lot, on the property line, there are two stone walls with an opening in the center that forms a partial circle. On the north side of the building perpendicular to the built-in planter is an 87 foot long pool. It is 8 feet wide, and has four jets spaced 17 feet apart. On either side of the pool Wright penciled in future buildings using the same design as the first. Medical offices are on the west side of the building dental are on the right. Details...

Size: 8" x 36" Blueprint

S#:
1458.61.1017 -1
   
Date: 1960

Title: Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic, Sheet 2, 1960.

Description: Sheet 2: "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Heating Layout & Mat Plan. Sheet No. 2. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." The exterior walls are constructed of stone masonry. The wall is 8 inches thick at the top, widening to 16 inches at the base. The interior side of the wall is a vertical 4 inch glazed concrete block wall, covered by carpentry cabinet work. The exterior side of the wall slants inward. Details...

Size: 48" x 36" Blueprint

S#:
1458.61.1017 -2
   
Date: 1960

Title: Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic, Sheet 3, 1960.

Description: Sheet 3: "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "General Plan. Sheet No. 3. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." The stairs leading to the entryway are 1 foot 4 inches wide, there are two 4 inch risers. The roof over the waiting room follows the same circular design as the windows and the built-in planter. The design for the clinic utilizes a four foot grid. There are two circular tables (coffee tables) in the waiting room, 4 feet wide, 16 inches tall. The hood of the fireplace is circular as is the grate in the fireplace. "Note: Location of walls and partitions is determined by the unit system. Masonry walls have one face on a unit line at floor level." Details...

Size: 48" x 36" Blueprint.

S#:
1458.61.1017 -3
   
Date: 1960

Title: Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic, Sheet 4, 1960.

Description: Sheet 4: "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Elevations. Sheet No. 4. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." Capping the stone masonry walls is a 6 inch thick coping stone. Setting atop the coping stone is a row of two foot square precast concrete blocks, inset with glass. Very similar to the Zimmerman residence.  Above the precast concrete blocks is a precast concrete fascia that runs the length of the stone masonry walls which lean inward as they raise from the ground. The massive fireplace chimney is also made of stone masonry. The roof's pitch is a 12/4 and specified to be covered with concrete tiles. It appears that the exterior wall of the west elevation is floor-to-ceiling the two foot square perforated precast concrete. There are eleven windows in the waiting room, six of which open. Details...

Size: 48" x 36" Blueprint.

S#:
1458.61.1017 -4
   
Date: 1960

Title: Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic, Sheet 5, 1960.

Description: Sheet 5: "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Cross Sections. Sheet No. 5. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." The walls on either side of the fireplace are stone masonry that lean inward as it raise up from the floor. The masonry walls are 5 feet high. Above the 5 foot level, masonry continues vertically. The semi-circular hood is also constructed of stone. The opening of the fireplace is 4 foot 6 inches tall. The ceiling in the waiting room is 7 feet tall. The Corridor that runs down the center of the building is 12 feet 4 1/2 inches at its highest point in the center. Some of the examining room ceiling are 7 foot in height, some are cathedral. Details...

Size: 48" x 36" Blueprint.

S#:
1458.61.1017 -5
   
Date: 1960

Title: Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic, Sheet 6, 1960.

Description: Sheet 6: "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Roof Framing Plan & Electrical. Sheet No. 6. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." The ceiling in the waiting room is framed out with 2 x 10s. Details...

Size: 48" x 36" Blueprint.

S#:
1458.61.1017 -6
   
Date: 1960

Title: Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer Clinic, Sheet 8, 1960.

Description: Sheet 8: "Clinic For Dr. Jarvis H. Luechauer, Fresno, California. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." (Square.) "Cabinetwork. Sheet No. 8. Taliesin Associated Architects. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Sighed: "William Wesley Peters. February 18, 1960. Aaron Green." Cabinets are made of three-quarter inch plywood. Note: Cabinets to have flush fronts (doors, jams, strips and drawers fronts to present flush surface.) No horizontal strips between drawers, Vertical matched grain throughout.  Cabinets are made of three-quarter inch plywood. Note: Cabinets to have flush fronts (doors, jams, strips and drawers fronts to present flush surface.) No horizontal strips between drawers, Vertical matched grain throughout. Built-in seating is 2 feet 10 inches tall, the seat is 12 inches off the ground and the cushions are set on top of the plywood and the back. The seats are 2 feet 9 inches deep. Circular tables (coffee tables) are 4 feet wide and constructed of 3/4 inch plywood. They are 1 foot 4 inches high. The table tops are 1 1/2 inches thick by doubling up two sheets of plywood. The legs are 3/4 inch thick plywood.  Hassocks are made of three-quarter inch plywood and are 1 foot 8 inches square, 11 1/2 inches tall. Details...

Size: 48" x 36" Blueprint.

S#:
1458.61.1017 -8
   
   
   
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