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ZETA BETA TAU FRATERNITY HOUSE (1952)
     
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). Frank Lloyd Wright’s design of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House is similar to a design for Wright’s second design for a Fraternity house, the Walter L. Fisher Memorial Chapter House, Chi of Sigma Chi, 1941. Wright’s first project for a fraternity house was in 1924, for the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, University of Wisconsin. The Zeta Beta was commissioned in 1952, and progressed to the working drawings which Wright dated January 20, 1954. Wright placed the building diagonally at a 32 degree angle on a trapezium shaped lot, placing the entrance toward the back of the lot. The ground floor included a large circular terrace which included a smaller circular barbeque pit. The large two story Social Room is circular on one end, and included 13 doors that open out to the terrace. Adjacent and open to it was the dining area with a large Fireplace that served both the dining and Social rooms. It also included the Kitchen, Housemother’s Suite and washrooms. On the opposite end of the ground level was the Office, President’s Room and a two story Library. The Entrance Loggia which separated the two parts   of the ground floor appears to be open on the front and back. The walls of the Office are glass and includes a mitered glass corner as does the outside corner of the Housemother’s Suite. There are built-in seats inside, and out in the circular terrace, and a built-in a planter box. The back wall of the Dining area and kitchen include perforated light screens.
       The Mezzanine level (second floor). Above the Dining area on the ground level are 13 study cubicles that open out to the balcony overlooking the Social Room below. There is a guest bedroom and bath as well as a large storage area. The back wall of the cubicles and the front wall of the storage room include perforated light screens.
       The third level is the dormitory with beds for 40 men. Rooms are small and strictly for sleeping. A large common dressing room includes the washrooms and showers. Six doors lead out to the Roof Terrace which is directly above the Social Room. The front, back and side walls include perforated light screens.
     

Walter L. Fisher Memorial Chapter House, Chi of Sigma Chi (1941). "The Walter L. Fisher Memorial Chapter House, Chi of Sigma Chi. Hanover, Indiana. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect." Signed and dated bottom right, May 20, 1941. Signed and dated top left, May 30, 1941. The second fraternity House Frank Lloyd Wright designed was the Fisher Memorial Chapter House in 1941. The first project for a fraternity house was in 1924, for the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, University of Wisconsin. Both remained projects. Wright chose to resurrect the Fisher design in 1952 when asked to design a fraternity for Zeta Beta Tau. Although he modified elements of the Zeta design, it remained very similar to the 1941 Fisher design. The same basic footprint, three stories, a large Social Room, massive fireplace, circular and rooftop terraces, Library, and the entrance near the back of the fraternity house. Courtesy of Wright Auctions. 10 x 5 Color Photograph. (S#0571.15.0915)

 

Walter L. Fisher Memorial Chapter House, Chi of Sigma Chi (1941). Birds-eye view of the Walter L. Fisher Memorial Chapter House, Chi of Sigma Chi. Hanover, Indiana. The second fraternity House Frank Lloyd Wright designed was the Fisher Memorial Chapter House in 1941. The first project for a fraternity house was in 1924, for the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, University of Wisconsin. Both remained projects. Wright chose to resurrect the Fisher design in 1952 when asked to design a fraternity for Zeta Beta Tau. Although he modified elements of the Zeta design, it remained very similar to the 1941 Fisher design. The same basic footprint, three stories, a large Social Room, massive fireplace, circular and rooftop terraces, Library, and the entrance near the back of the fraternity house. 10 x 5.5 Color Photograph. (S#0571.16.0915)

 

Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). View From Southeast. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in1952, working drawings were competed on January 20, 1954. The large two story Social Room is circular on one end, and included 13 doors that open out to the terrace. There are built-in seats inside, and out in the circular terrace, and a built-in a planter box. The back wall of the Dining area and kitchen include perforated light screens. Six doors lead out to the Roof Terrace which is directly above the Social Room. The front, back and side walls include perforated light screens. Wright placed the entrance toward the back of the lot. The Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House remained a project. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. 10 x 7.5 Color photograph. (S#0910.32.0915)

 
Set of 17 photographs of original 1954 drawings of the House Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, University of Florida, Gainesville.
 
1) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "View From Southeast. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Dated 1952. The large two story Social Room is circular on one end, and included 13 doors that open out to the terrace. There are built-in seats inside, and out in the circular terrace, and a built-in a planter box. The back wall of the Dining area and kitchen include perforated light screens. Six doors lead out to the Roof Terrace which is directly above the Social Room. The front, back and side walls include perforated light screens. Wright placed the entrance toward the back of the lot. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-1)
 
1A) Detail of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952).
 
1B) Detail of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952).
 
2) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Ground Floor Plan. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Dated January 20, 1954. The ground floor included a large circular terrace which included a smaller circular barbeque pit. Built-in concrete seating was around the perimeter of the Terrace. The large two story Social Room is circular on one end, and included 13 doors that open out to the terrace. Adjacent and open to it was the dining area with a large Fireplace that served both the dining and Social rooms. It also included the Kitchen, Housemother’s Suite and washrooms. On the opposite end of the ground level was the Office, President’s Room and a two story Library. The Entrance Loggia which separated the two parts of the ground floor appears to be open on the front and back. The walls of the Office are glass and includes a mitered glass corner as does the outside corner of the Housemother’s Suite. There are built-in seats inside, and out in the circular terrace, and a built-in a planter box. The back wall of the Dining area and kitchen include perforated light screens. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-2)
 
3) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Mezzanine Floor Plan. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Dated January 20, 1954. The Mezzanine level (second floor). Above the Dining area are 13 study cubicles that open out to the balcony overlooking the two-story Social Room below. The Library and Housemother’s Suite are also two story. There is a guest bedroom and bath as well as a large storage area. The back wall of the cubicles and the front wall of the storage room include perforated light screens. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-3)
 
4) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Penthouse Floor Plan. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Dated January 20, 1954. The third level is the dormitory with beds for 40 men. Rooms are small and strictly for sleeping. A large common dressing room includes the washrooms and showers. Six doors lead out to the Roof Terrace which is directly above the Social Room. The front, back and side walls include perforated light screens. The stairwell is open in the center from the ground floor to the third, capped with a skylight in the center above. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-4)
 
5) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Plot Plan and Basement. Sheet 1. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Dated January 20, 1954. The building was laid out on a 6' 6" grid. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-5)
 
5A) Detail of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Plot Plan and Basement. Sheet 1.
 
6) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Ground Floor Plan. Sheet 2. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Dated January 20, 1954. All ceilings were sand-finished plaster throughout. Concrete walls were exposed on both sides. The ground floor included a large circular terrace which included a smaller circular barbeque pit. Built-in concrete seating was around the perimeter of the Terrace. The large two story Social Room is circular on one end, and included 13 doors that open out to the terrace. Adjacent and open to it was the dining area with a large Fireplace that served both the dining and Social rooms. It also included the Kitchen, Housemother’s Suite and washrooms. On the opposite end of the ground level was the Office, President’s Room and a two story Library. The Entrance Loggia which separated the two parts of the ground floor appears to be open on the front and back. The walls of the Office are glass and includes a mitered glass corner as does the outside corner of the Housemother’s Suite. There are built-in seats inside, and out in the circular terrace, and a built-in a planter box. The back wall of the Dining area and kitchen include perforated light screens. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-6)
 
6A) Detail of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). Housemothers Suite, with built-in exterior planter.
 
7) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Mezzanine Plan. Sheet 3. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Dated January 20, 1954. The Mezzanine level (second floor). Above the Dining area are 13 study cubicles that open out to the balcony overlooking the two-story Social Room below. The Library and Housemother’s Suite are also two story. There is a guest bedroom and bath as well as a large storage area. The back wall of the cubicles and the front wall of the storage room include perforated light screens. All interior woodwork was to be finished with Baralite bar and tabletop varnish. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-7)
 
8) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Penthouse Floor Plan. Sheet 4. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Dated January 20, 1954. The third level is the dormitory with beds for 40 men. Rooms are small and strictly for sleeping. A large common dressing room includes the washrooms and showers. Six doors lead out to the Roof Terrace which is directly above the Social Room. The front, back and side walls include perforated light screens. The stairwell is open in the center from the ground floor to the third, capped with a skylight in the center above. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-8)
 
9) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Framing Plan of Mezzanine Floor and Floor over Social Room. Sheet 5. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." All exposed wood was to be Red Tidewater Cypress. All cabinetry was to be 3/4" Red Tidewater Cypress plywood. Dated January 20, 1954. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-9)
 
10) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Roof Framing Plan. Sheet 6. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Dated January 20, 1954. Not only is the center of the stairwell capped with a skylight in the center, but there are two large 25.5" by 89.5" skylights above the Dressing Room. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image.  (S#1045.38.0915-10)
 
11) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Plumbing & Heating. Sheet 7. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Heating Duct Plan Ground Floor. Dressing Room at Dormitory Level. Plumbing, Fixtures, Accessories, Exhaust Fans, Wall Heater Specifications. Dated January 20, 1954. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-11)
 
12) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Plumbing & Heating. Sheet 7A. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Heating Duct Plan Mezzanine Level. Basement Plan. Heating and Ventilating, Materials and Equipment, Alternate Estimate Specifications. Dated January 20, 1954. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-12)
 
13) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Southeast and Southwest Elevations. Sheet 8. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." The roof fascia was as a "Stamped Copper Flashing," with a repeating \"/ design. The third floor of the Southeast elevation included a double row of eight Perforated Light Screens along the top length of the stairwell and dressing room. The thirteen outer Social Room doors are 2' 2" wide by 11' 4" tall, on either side of eight glass panels that are 1' 4" by 4' 4" wide and are hinged at the top of each piece. The Entrance Loggia which separated the two parts of the ground floor appears to be open on the front and back. The walls of the Office are glass and includes a mitered glass corner. Dated January 20, 1954. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-13)
 
13A) Detail of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Southeast and Southwest Elevations. Sheet 8.
 
13B) Detail of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Southeast and Southwest Elevations. Sheet 8.
 
13C) Detail of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Southeast and Southwest Elevations. Sheet 8.
 

14) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Northwest and Northeast Elevations. Sheet 9. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." The roof fascia was as a "Stamped Copper Flashing," with a repeating \"/ design. All three floors of the back (Northwest) elevation included a double row of Perforated Light Screens along the top length of each floor. Nine sets on the first floor, 13 sets on the second and third. The second and third floors also includes a single row of perforated light screens about half way up the interior wall. The screens on the West corner, (right side) wrap around the corner, and glass panes in the corner are mitered. All concrete block walls are standard 16' wide by 8" thick by 8" high. Horizontal joints are racked, vertical joints are flush. Dated January 20, 1954. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-14)

 
14A) Detail of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Northwest and Northeast Elevations. Sheet 9.
 
14B) Detail of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Northwest and Northeast Elevations. Sheet 9.
 
15) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Sections, Sheet 10. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Section Thru Social Room ‘A’ - ‘A.’ The Social Room is dominated by glass and a massive fireplace. Section ‘D - D’ Library. Section ‘E - E’ Stairway. Elevation of Fascia. Dated January 20, 1954. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-15)
 
15A) Copper and Wood Fascia detail of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Sections, Sheet 10.
 
16) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Sections, Sheet 11. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Section ‘B - B’ (includes basement). Section ‘C - C’ Entrance Loggia. Wall Height. Specifications for Terrazzo Flooring. Dated January 20, 1954. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-16)
 
17) Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House (1952). "Millwork-Sash Details, Sheet 12. House For Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Detail of Perforated Board. Door, Window and Wall details. Detail of Balcony. Interior Partition. Detail of Awning Type Window. Section of Interior Wall. Typical Sash Details. Section Thru Sash at Terrace. Dated January 20, 1954. One 4 x 5 B&W negative, one 44" x 32" High Res Digital Image. (S#1045.38.0915-17)
 
17A) Detail of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House Perforated Light Screen. "Millwork-Sash Details, Sheet 12. Adaptation by Douglas M. Steiner.
 
 
 
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, RESIDENCE HALL FOR MEN (1954)
     
University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida 1954 (Project). 24 sheets. Frank Lloyd Wright's first design for a fraternity house was for the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, University of Wisconsin in 1924. A beautiful design, it remained a project. In 1941, Wright designed his second fraternity four, the Walter L. Fisher Memorial Chapter House, Chi of Sigma Chi, Hanover, Indiana. It too remained an unbuilt project. This second design was resurrected for the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity House, Gainesville, Florida. These "final" plans ("final" hand written on the plans), are title "Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." Sadly, this also remained a project and was never built.
       Wright placed the building diagonally at a 32 degree angle on a trapezium shaped lot, placing the entrance toward the back of the lot. The ground floor included a large circular terrace which included a smaller circular barbeque pit. The large two story Social Room is circular on one end, and included 13 doors that open out to the terrace. Adjacent and open to it was the dining area with a large Fireplace that served both the dining and Social rooms. It also included the Kitchen, Housemother's Suite and washrooms. On the opposite end of the ground level was the Office, President's Room and a two story Library. The Entrance Loggia which separated the two parts of the ground floor appears to be open on the front and back. The walls of the
office are
  glass and includes a mitered glass corner as does the outside corner of the Housemother's Suite. There are built-in seats inside, and out in the circular terrace, and a built-in a planter box. The back wall of the Dining area and kitchen include perforated light screens.
       The Mezzanine level (second floor). Above the Dining area on the ground level are 13 study cubicles that open out to the balcony overlooking the Social Room below. There is a guest bedroom and bath as well as a large storage area. The back wall of the cubicles and the front wall of the storage room include perforated light screens.
       The third level is the dormitory with beds for 40 men. Rooms are small and strictly for sleeping. A large common dressing room includes the washrooms and showers. Six doors lead out to the Roof Terrace which is directly above the Social Room. The front, back and side walls include perforated light screens.
       List of Sheets. 1: Plot Plan and Basement Plan. 2: Ground Floor Plan. 3: Mezzanine Floor Plan. 4: Penthouse Floor Plan. 5: Framing Plan of Mezz. Fl. & Fl. Over Social Room. 6: Roof Framing Plan. 7 & 7A: Deleted, See Mech. Below. 8: Elevations - Southeast & Southwest. 9: Elevations - Northeast & Northwest. 10: Sections - A - A, D - D, E - E, Detail of Fascia. 11: Sections - B - B, C - C, Wall Sections. 12: Millwork and Sash Details. 13: Cabinet Details. P-1, P-2, P-3, P-4 - Plumbing. H-1, H-2, H-3, H-4 - Heating and Ventilation. E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4 - Electrical.
24 original Blueprints, 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419  1-24)
     
1) Sheet 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Plot Plan and Basement Plan, Sheet 1. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-1)
1A) Sheet 1 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). . "Plot Plan and Basement Plan, Sheet 1. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-1A)
 
1B) Sheet 1 Detail 2: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). . "Plot Plan and Basement Plan, Sheet 1. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-1B)
 
1C) Sheet 1 Detail 3: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Plot Plan and Basement Plan, Sheet 1. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-1C)
 
2) Sheet 2: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Ground Floor Plan, Sheet 2. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-2)
 
2A) Sheet 2 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Ground Floor Plan, Sheet 2. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-2A)
 
2B) Sheet 2 Detail 2: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Ground Floor Plan, Sheet 2. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-2B)
 
2C) Sheet 2 Detail 3: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Ground Floor Plan, Sheet 2. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-2C)
 
2D) Sheet 2 Detail 4: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Ground Floor Plan, Sheet 2. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-2D)
 
3) Sheet 3: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Mezzanine Floor Plan, Sheet 3. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-3)
 
3A) Sheet 3 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Mezzanine Floor Plan, Sheet 3. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-3A)
 
4) Sheet 4: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Penthouse Floor Plan, Sheet 4. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-4)
 
4A) Sheet 4 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Penthouse Floor Plan, Sheet 4. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-4A)
 
5) Sheet 5: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Framing Plan of Mezz. Fl. & Fl. Over Social Room, Sheet 5. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-5)
 
5A) Sheet 5 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Framing Plan of Mezz. Fl. & Fl. Over Social Room, Sheet 5. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-5A)
 
6) Sheet 6: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Roof Framing Plan, Sheet 6. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-6)
 
6A) Sheet 6 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Roof Framing Plan, Sheet 6. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-6A)
 
Sheet 7 & 7A: Deleted, "See Mech. Below."
 
7) Sheet 8: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Southeast & Southwest, Sheet 8. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-7)
 
7A) Sheet 8 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Southeast & Southwest, Sheet 8. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-7A)
 
7B) Sheet 8 Detail 2: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Southeast & Southwest, Sheet 8. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-7B)
 
7C) Sheet 8 Detail 3: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Southeast & Southwest, Sheet 8. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-7C)
 
7D) Sheet 8 Detail 4: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Southeast & Southwest, Sheet 8. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-7D)
 
7E) Sheet 8 Detail 5: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Southeast & Southwest, Sheet 8. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-7E)
 
8) Sheet 9: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Northeast & Northwest, Sheet 9. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-8)
 
98) Sheet 9 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Northeast & Northwest, Sheet 9. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-8A)
 
8B) Sheet 9 Detail 2: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Northeast & Northwest, Sheet 9. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-8B)
 
8C) Sheet 9 Detail 3: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Northeast & Northwest, Sheet 9. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-8C)
 
8D) Sheet 9 Detail 4: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Northeast & Northwest, Sheet 9. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-8D)
 
8E) Sheet 9 Detail 5: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Elevations - Northeast & Northwest, Sheet 9. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-8E)
 
9) Sheet 10: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Sections - A - A, D - D, E - E, Detail of Fascia, Sheet 10. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-9)
 
9A) Sheet 10 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Sections - A - A, D - D, E - E, Detail of Fascia, Sheet 10. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-9A)
 
9B) Sheet 10 Detail 2: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Sections - A - A, D - D, E - E, Detail of Fascia, Sheet 10. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-9B)
 
10) Sheet 11: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Sections - B - B, C - C, Wall Sections, Sheet 11. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-10)
 
10A) Sheet 11 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Sections - B - B, C - C, Wall Sections, Sheet 11. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-10A)
 
11) Sheet 12: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Millwork and Sash Details, Sheet 12. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-11)
 
 
11A) Sheet 12 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Millwork and Sash Details, Sheet 12. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-11A)
 
 
11B) Sheet 12 Detail 2: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Millwork and Sash Details, Sheet 12. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-11B)
 
 
12) Sheet 13: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Cabinet Details. Sheet 13. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-12)
 
12A) Sheet 13 Detail 1: University of Florida, Residence Hall For Men Blueprints, Gainesville, Florida (1954). "Cabinet Details. Sheet 13. Small Residence Hall For Men - Unit F-2, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect." Drawings were signed, within a square, "FLLW, Jan 20 / 54" but also noted: "Revised February 20, 1954," and "May 25, 1954." 28.5 x 46. (S#1045.51.0419-12A)  
 
Sheets 13-16: P-1, P-2, P-3, P-4 - Plumbing  (not shown).
 
Sheets 17-20: H-1, H-2, H-3, H-4 - Heating and Ventilation (not shown).
 
Sheets 21-24: E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4 - Electrical  (not shown).
 
 
 

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