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1951
1951
Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture. Record I (LP Record) (Pressed but not recorded by Columbia Records Inc. Copyright by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.) Wright, Frank Lloyd Record I: Frank Lloyd Wright Talks To and With the Taliesin Fellowship. "Acoustics" Recorded at Taliesin West, April 1951. "FLLW Improvises on the Piano." Recorded at Taliesin, July 1951. "FLLW Reads Fragments From Walt Whitman." Recorded at Taliesin, 1951. #XTV 18346. 33 RPM 0857.23.0315
1951
Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture. Record II (LP Record) (Pressed but not recorded by Columbia Records Inc. Copyright by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.) Wright, Frank Lloyd Record II: Frank Lloyd Wright Talks To and With the Taliesin Fellowship. "Man or machine?" Recorded at Taliesin, July 1951. #XTV 18348. 33 RPM 0857.24.0315
1952
1952
Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture. Record III (LP Record) (Pressed but not recorded by Columbia Records Inc. Copyright by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.) Wright, Frank Lloyd Record III: Frank Lloyd Wright Talks To and With the Taliesin Fellowship. "Address to the Junior A.I.A." New York June 1952. (Recorded at Taliesin, September 1952). #XTV 18349. 33 RPM 0869.02.0704
1953
1953 / 1982  Wisdom  (LP Record) Decca Records Band II: Frank Lloyd Wright in conversation with Hugh Downs recorded on May 8, 1953. 33 RPM 1982.06.0200
1953 / 1993
A Conversation with Frank Lloyd Wright (VHS) (Produced by King Studios for the National Broadcasting Company, 1953. Citadel Video, Evanston, Il, 1993.) Downs, Hugh; Wright, Frank Lloyd In May, 1953 Mr. Wright, then 85 years old, visited with NBC's Hugh Downs in the network's Chicago studios. In the interview, Wright confesses, 'Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility. I chose arrogance and have seen no reason to change, even now." He is droll, incisive, and perhaps arrogant, but never boring. (Publisher’s description.) 30 Minutes 0987.83.1015
1957
1957 Frank Lloyd Wright Interview. (Original Reel to reel dated 1957) Dr. Anderson Nettleship Interview with Wright. This original recording was purchased from the estate of Dr. Anderson Nettleship.  He was associated with the University of Arkansas, which leads me to believe that the interview was for his work with the University.   1205.15.0403
1961
1961  “Frank Lloyd Wright on Record”. (LP Record) (Produced by Caedmon Records, Inc., New York. #TC1064) Wright, Frank Lloyd Recorded June 5, 1956 in New York City. The recording session included Ben Raeburn of Horizon Press and Marianne Mantell and Barbara Holdridge of Caedmon Records. It was recorded in a suite at the Plaza Hotel.  Record Jacket includes 5 photographs.  (Two Copy) 33 1/3 Lp 1483.01.0201 1483.05.0706
1961  Frank Lloyd Wright. (Cassette) This is a shortened version of the 1961 record Wright, Frank Lloyd; Caedmon #SWC1064 Frank Lloyd Wright: On Cassette. Recorded June 5, 1956 in New York City. The recording session included Ben Raeburn of Horizon Press and Marianne Mantell and Barbara Holdridge of Caedmon Records. It was recorded in a suite at the Plaza Hotel.  Record Jacket includes 5 photographs. 46 Minutes 1483.02.0902
1970
1970 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. Paramount Communications 16mm Color Film 24 Minutes 1815.02.0602
1978
1978 Frank Lloyd Wright  Vol. 3 Prophet Without Honor (DVD) (Produced by PBS WHA-TV and Wisconsin ETV Network) PBS DVD. Prophet Without Honor.  (Two Copies) 29 Minutes 1978.24.0506
1982
1982
Blade Runner (A Ladd Company release in association with Warner Brothers.) Screenplay: Fancher, Hampton; Peoples, David

DVD. The Frank Lloyd Wright Ennis House textile block was used in Deckard’s Apartment in "Blade Runner". Based on the 1968 science fiction novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" and retitled Blade Runner. Produced by Michael Deeley, Directed by Ridley Scott. The Ennis Residence was designed in 1923. Blade runner was produced in 1982. It depicts Los Angeles in 2019. It is a tribute to the timelessness of Wright’s designs, that a design from 1923 could... Continue...

117 Minutes 1982.48.0505
1983
1983 Frank Lloyd Wright: Portrait of an Artist, The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright (VHS)(Produced by The Arts Council of Great Britain and A. B. C. Video Enterprises) Narrated by Wright’s granddaughter Anne Baxter, Produced by Barbara and Murray Grigor “For more than seventy-five years, Wright played a central role in the development of modern architecture. This traces the evolution of his unique vision of space sculptured to create living and working environments in harmony with nature.” 75 Minutes 1983.18.1006
1985
1985 Frank Lloyd Wright  Vol. 3 Uncommon Places (DVD) (Produced by PBS WHA-TV and Wisconsin ETV Network) PBS DVD. Uncommon Places  (Two Copies) 58 Minutes 1985.21.0506
1987
1987  Frank Lloyd Wright: His Living Voice (Cassette) Wright, Frank Lloyd Two cassettes, Four sides of Frank Lloyd Wright's recordings.  They came with the book Frank Lloyd Wright: His Living Voice   1987.04.1100
1987  The Home and Studio of Frank Lloyd Wright; Oak Park (VHS) Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation A Guided Tour of the Restored Building 29 Minutes 1987.09.0393
1987  The Renewing of a Vision - The Restoration of The Meyer May House Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (DVD) Steelcase DVD. The Meyer May House Press Kit. Includes booklet with matching envelope, Brochure and DVD.  (R) 1987, 2002.  There were no DVDs in 1987, so I assume that this was a documentary produced in 1987, burned as a DVD in 2002. 35 Minutes 1987.17.0304
1989
1989  House on the Waterfall (VHS) QED Communications Tour of Fallingwater 30 Minutes 1989.22.0390
1990
1990   Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1924 Ennis Brown House (VHS) Wrighterk of Simi Valley A Guided Tour of the Ennis Brown House 45 Minutes 1990.04.1100
1990
Taliesin: The Tradition of Frank Lloyd Wright. (VHS) (Produced by Steven M. Snow and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.) Snow, Steven M. Falling Water, Johnson Wax Administrative Building, and the Guggenheim Museum...these are but a few of the masterworks created by the prolific architect Frank Lloyd Wright. This program reaches back to 1932 when Wright and his wife, Olgivanna Lasovich, co-founded the Taliesin Fellowship, in which Wright actively participated by sharing his unique theories on organic architecture with his students. (Publisher’s description.) Narrated by Martin Sheen. 30 minutes. 1990.111.1014
1993
1993  Frank Lloyd Wright and The Guggenheim (VHS) Guggenheim Museum Documentary on "The Guggenheim Correspondence" (See The Guggenheim Correspondence) 45 Minutes 1993.13.1001
1993  The Ultimate Frank Lloyd Wright America’s Architect (CD) Microsoft, Byron Press Multimedia Explore the Life and Work of America's Greatest Architect CD 1993.08.1297
1994
1994  The Oral History of Modern Architecture. Interview with the Greatest Architects of the Twentieth Century (CD)  (Produced by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York) Peters, John;  Wright, Frank Lloyd Included with the book with the same name, there are 16 interviews, the final being Peters interview with Wright at Taliesin in 1957.  (First Edition) 10:22 1994.51.0107
1995
1995  The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright (VHS) Grigor, Barbara & Murray A tribute to the Life and Work of America's Greatest Architect.  Narrated by Anne Baxter 75 Minutes 1995.09.0900
1996
1996  Bob Vila’s Guide to Historic Homes.  The Midwest & West (VHS) Bob Vila, A&E Dana House, Fallingwater 100 Minutes 1996.21.0302
1996 

Fallingwater: The Apprentices (VHS)

Produced by Love, Kenneth. Executive Producer McNulty, Barbara. In Association with The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. Edgar Kaufman Jr. hosts reunion of apprentices that worked with Wright on Fallingwater, Wes Peters, Bob Mosher, Edgar Tafel. Includes archived footage of the construction as well as of Taliesin. 56:12 Minutes 1996.47.0305
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright, The Mike Wallace Interviews. The two complete historic conversations. (An Archetype Association Production, HighBridge Company, St. Paul) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Wallace, Mike "Two of the most challenging and enlightening interviews I’ve ever done. Mike Wallace. In 1957, when Frank Lloyd Wright was 90 years old and in New York to supervise construction of his final masterpiece, the Guggenheim Museum, Mike Wallace invited him to be a guest on "The Mike Wallace Interview." The interview proved to be so provocative and compelling that Wallace invited Wright back for a second appearance. These two interviews are notable... Continue... 53 minutes 1996.74.1014
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin. A video tour of his Wisconsin home. Erickson, David VHS. "In 1911, Frank Lloyd Wright returned to the land he knew as a child. A fertile, beautiful valley near Spring Green, Wisconsin promised good farming and a new life to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Welsh immigrant ancestors. This same valley would lure the prominent architect back at the age of 44 to build his home, studio, and farm, Taliesin. Over the next 50 years of his life, Taliesin became the epicenter of Wright’s personal and professional life. He would design such... Continue... 30 Minutes 1996.76.0116
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin. A video tour of his Wisconsin home. Erickson, David  DVD. "In 1911, Frank Lloyd Wright returned to the land he knew as a child. A fertile, beautiful valley near Spring Green, Wisconsin promised good farming and a new life to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Welsh immigrant ancestors. This same valley would lure the prominent architect back at the age of 44 to build his home, studio, and farm, Taliesin. Over the next 50 years of his life, Taliesin became the epicenter of Wright’s personal and professional life. He would design such... Continue... 30 Minutes 1996.78.0516
1996
Partner to Genius. A Biography of Olgivanna Lloyd Wright (VHS) (Produced by Milwaukee Public Television) Milwaukee Public Television "Partner to Genius traces the fascinating life of the mysterious, charismatic woman who seemed fated to marry Frank Lloyd Wright. The program interweaves interviews with present and past members of the Taliesin Fellowship, daughter Iovanna and granddaughter Eve, family films, and archival footage of both Taliesin and Taliesin West..." 4.125 x 7.5. 60 Minutes 1996.73.0914
1996  The Homes of Frank Lloyd Wright (VHS) (Produced for the Arts & Entertainment Network) A&E Television Network Taliesin, Oak Park and Taliesin West. Original List Price $20.00. 54 Minutes 1996.19.1298
1996  Three Wright Eras: Places for Living, Work, Worship (VHS) Milwaukee Public Television Examines the American System Duplex, The Johnson Wax Building and Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church 60 Minutes 1996.15.0601
1997
1997 Frank Lloyd Wright Architectural Renderings (Screensaver)  (Produced by Manticore Products, Inc., Chicago) Manticore Products, Inc. 25 Digital architectural renderings on disk.  Includes two 3.5 inch disks and box. 6 x 9.  (First Edition) 25 Images 1997.40.0307
1997  Twilight (VHS) (Related) Paramount   96 Min 1997.14.1201
1998
1998  Frank Lloyd Wright: A film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick (VHS) Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn Live cinematography, interviews, and archival footage tell the life story of Frank Lloyd Wright, an authentic American genius who believed he was destined to "redesign the world." This biographical film follows the turbulent career of one of the most important architects to grace the twentieth century. 4.1 x 7.5. 153 Minutes 1998.15.1298
1958  Guggenheim Museum 1958-59 (1956 - S.400). Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn Wright visits the Guggenheim. Wright is on a balcony of the Monitor Building (the Northwest section of the building) with a painter in the background on a scaffold, painting the exterior wall. According to "The Guggenheim", Wright visited the Guggenheim on November 7, 1958 (page 212) and for the last time in January, 1959 (page 214). He seems to be wearing the overcoat as in the November 7 visit, but they date this image circa 1959 (page 224)...  Continue... Pg 1 1259.35.0813
1998 Frank Lloyd Wright: A film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn Press release for Documentary on Frank Lloyd Wright. "The brilliant and controversial architect, who revolutionized American architecture, is the subject film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick... which interweaves Wright’s extraordinary career with his equally tempestuous personal live." Owen Comora Associates Press Kit: A general Motors Mark of Excellence Presentation. Single sheet accompanying 8 x 10 photo. September 1998. 8.5 x 11. of a new Pg 1 1998.69.1112
1998 Frank Lloyd Wright: A Film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.  Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn "Frank Lloyd Wright surrounded by a group of young students, including grandson Eric Lloyd Wright (seated, next to Wright, in checkered shirt) at Taliesin in 1955. The students each paid a modest tuition to be part of the Taliesin Fellowship, a program set up in 1932 by Wright and his third Wife ,Olgivanna..." Owen Comora Associates Press Kit: A general Motors Mark of Excellence Presentation. Single sheet accompanying 8 x 10 photo. September 1998. 8.5 x 11. Pg 1 1998.52.1006 1998.71.0225
1998  Frank Lloyd Wright: A Film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.  Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn "Frank Lloyd Wright, the brilliant and controversial architect who revolutionized American architecture, is the subject of a new film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick..." Owen Comora Associates Press Kit: A general Motors Mark of Excellence Presentation. Single sheet accompanying 8 x 10 photo. September 1998. 8.5 x 11. Pg 1 1998.72.0213
2004/1998 Frank Lloyd Wright: A Film by Ken Burns & Lynn Novick (DVD) Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn Live cinematography, interviews, and archival footage tell the life story of Frank Lloyd Wright, an authentic American genius who believed he was destined to "redesign the world." This biographical film follows the turbulent career of one of the most important architects to grace the twentieth century. Original list price $24.99. 5.3 x 7.5.DVD. 153 Minutes 2004.35.1206
2001
2001
Frank Lloyd Wright Eaglefeather Computer Font Set. (Published by P22 Type Foundry, Buffalo, NY) P22 Type Foundry "This font is based on the alphabet designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Eaglefeather project in 1922. Although the project was never built, the lettering has been adapted to become the Eaglefeather font family. The Eaglefeather Extras font features 52 details based on Wright’s various California design projects. Copyright 1999, 2001.     2001.71.1016
2003
2003
The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion (CD) (Published by Prairie Multimedia, Wayne, IL) Storrer, William Allin  The definitive multimedia reference on the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. Experience Frank Lloyd Wright and his architecture as never before – from his earliest years through the development of Prairie architecture and the creation of his diverse, democratic Usonian architecture. Based on the critically acclaimed book by William Allin Storrer, the Companion CD-Rom brings the entire book to life with text, color photography maps, floor plans... Continue... Case 5.25 x 7.5. 2003.54.0516
2004
2004
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin. (DVD) (Published by In-D Press, Los Angeles.) Lockhart, Susan Jacobs Interactive CD. Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece Taliesin served as his residence and studio from 1911 until his death in 1959. It remains home to the architectural school he founded in 1932, and to the offices of Taliesin architects. This interactive CD-rom contains a comprehensive two-hour multimedia overview of the entire Taliesin estate by Susan Jacobs Lockhart. Lockhart, who joined the fellowship in 1958 to live and work as an artist, educator, and... Continue... 5.5 x 5 2004.41.1014
2004  Frank Lloyd Wright (Book on tape) (Published by Books on Tape by arrangements with Lipper Publications LLC and Viking Penguin, Santa Ana, CA) Huxtable, Ada Louise From the Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic for The New York Times comes an intimate, behind-the-scenes portrait of the world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Huxtable looks at the architect and the man, exploring the sources of his tumultuous and troubled life and his long career as a master builder, as well as his search for lasting, true love. Huxtable discusses Wright's masterpieces, including Taliesin, rebuilt after tragedy and murder; the... Continue... 6 Hours, 45 Minutes 2004.52.0209
2005
2005 Between You and Me, A Memoir (DVD) (Published by Hyperion Books, New York) Wallace, Mike; With Gates, Gary Paul DVD. Included with book by same name. Wallace includes many transcripts of moments from his 50-year interviewing career. Includes his interview with Frank Lloyd Wright. (First Edition) 3:41 Minutes 2005.13.0607
2005 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (DVD) (Produced by in-D press, in association with The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, A Planet Architecture Series Production, A TKS Film) Waggoner, Lynda; Armstrong, Cara DVD. In 1935, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a country house for the Kaufmann family over a small stream in Western Pennsylvania. He named it Fallingwater.  It, perhaps more than any other building, exemplifies Wright’s concept of ‘‘organic’’ architecture.  Examining the relationships between the site, the building, the clients, and the architect, reveal why it stands as a testament to a great architect working at the height of his career. (First Edition) 60 Minutes 2005.18.0807
2005
Sacred Spaces. The Houses of Worship Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (Produced by The Real Shop Productions) The Real Shop Productions DVD. "Frank Lloyd Wright has long been regarded as America's greatest architect. Famous for such works as the Guggenheim Museum and Fallingwater, Wright designed over 1,000 buildings during his 70-year career. Sacred Spaces examines his brilliant, but less well-known, houses of worship. Featuring the classical music that Wright most admired, this fascinating documentary showcases all ten religious structures that were created for a wide range of... Continue... 53 Minutes 2005.43.0516
2006
2006
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buffalo (Published by WNED, Buffalo, Toronto) Written and directed by: Lamont, Paul DVD. "Frank Lloyd Wright is considered the greatest architect that America has ever produced but his genius was often overshadowed by scandal and tragedy. As friends and clients deserted him because of his scandalous lifestyle, one man, Buffalo businessman Darwin Martin, stood by him and supported him both emotionally and financially for 30 years. "Frank Lloyd Wright's Buffalo" is the story of their long friendship—a friendship that began in 1902 and ended... Continue... 60 Minutes 2006.52.0316
2006
Midway Gardens Font Set (Published by P22 Type Foundry. Designed for P22 by Paul Hunt.) P22 Type Foundry In 1913, Edward C. Waller, Jr. commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to expand an Amusement Park complex and turn it into an upscale palatial beer garden. The Midway Gardens was born. FLLW® Midway™ is based on the lettering found on the Midway Garden's working drawings. The lettering itself is in Mr. Wright's distinctive hand. This type of architectural lettering is a bit more casual than standard lettering found on most blueprints. It evokes the personality... Continue... Case: 5.25 x 7.5 2006.54.0516
2006
Saving Fallingwater (Produced and Directed by: Love, Kenneth) Love, Kenneth DVD. "Saving Fallingwater tells the story of the architects, engineers, and historians who rescued Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece. From the discovery of serious structural flaws, the search for the best repair strategy, and the race to complete the work before the structure failed, the film details the complex restoration process. Includes exclusive footage, in depth interviews, computer animation, and historical documentation." 54 Minutes 2006.53.0516
2007
2007
Magnificent Obsession: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buildings and Legacy In Japan (Produced by Facets Video, Chicago) Produced, directed, photographed, and edited by: Severns, Karen; Mori, Koichi DVD. "A meticulous and eminently scholarly look boasting authenticity and intellectual integrity." Chicago Tribune. Frank Lloyd Wright was deeply indebted to Japan for its aesthetic inspiration. This is the story of how he repaid that debt. Wright sought refuge in Japan when he faced public condemnation at home. For six tumultuous years, he struggled to complete the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, an enormous commission that would help turn his career around... Continue... 126 Minutes 2007.76.0516
2009
2009 Bright Star (DVD) (A Jane Campion Film. Produced by Caroline Hewitt, Produced by Jan Chapman, Written and Directed by Jane Campion) Campion, Jane DVD. Based on the life off John Keats. "From Academy Award winning writer/director Jane Campion (The Piano, 1993) comes an extraordinary film based on the true story of undying love between renowned poet John Keats (Ben Whishaw, The International) and his spirited muse Fanny Brawn (Abbie Cornish). In the wilds of 19th century England, a forbidden passion draws the two lovers ever...  Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. 119 Minutes. 2009.15.0710
2009
The International (Produced by Columbia Pictures, Culver City, CA) Singer, Eric Warren (Writer) DVD. "In The International, Interpol Agent Louis Salinger and Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Eleanor Whitman are determined to bring to justice one of the world's most powerful banks. Uncovering illegal activities including money laundering, arms trading, and the destabilization of governments, Salinger and Whitman's investigation takes them from Berlin to Milan to New York and to Istanbul...." "A key sequence takes place in and around the famed Guggenheim Museum... Continue... 118 Minutes 2009.37.0712
2010
2010
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum (Produced by Neil Levine, Timothy Sakamoto and in-D) Levine, Neil DVD. "To house Solomon Guggenheim's collection of modern art, Frank Lloyd Wright envisioned a powerful spatial experience, one that would revolutionize the relationship between people and art. The result, the iconic Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, utilized stunning innovation in form and Wright s concept of organic architecture to radically transform the museum experience. It has often been said that the greatest work in the collection of the Guggenheim Museum is... Continue... 85 Minutes 2009.37.0416
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