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1990
1990
A Bibliography of Frank Lloyd Wright Sources in the Illinois State Historical Library (Soft Cover) (Published by the Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield, IL) Heerman, George "In early September, 1990, the Historical Sites Division of the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency will reopen the Frank Lloyd Wright - designed home in Springfield, Illinois for the first time in three years. Throughout its long history, the Illinois State Historical Library has acquired and maintained a collection of published resources on architecture. The philosophy of the design for the places where we work and the places where we live has always been a topic of interest for historians..." A list of 53... Continue... Pp 9 1990.131.0517
1990
A Day At Taliesin, March 17-18, 1990 (Produced by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Folder includes:  1) Schedule of Events  2) Taliesin Days Speakers: Ballinger; Gluckman; McClintock; Muller; Olsberg; Senkevitch; Shore; Uttal and Kathryn Smith.  3) Hosts and Hostesses: Some include: Cornelia Brierly; Richard Carney; Thomas Casey; Heloise Crista; Penny Fowler, Dixie Legler; Kenneth Lockhart; Susan Lockhart Lockhart; Charles Montoopth; Oscar Munoz; Frances Nemtin; William Wesley Peters; Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer; Ling Po; John Rattenbury; Kay Rattenbury... Continue... Pp 35 1990.123.0616
1990 
Affordable Dreams: Teachers Guide  (Spiral Bound Soft Cover) Ferris, Michele (First Edition) Pp 32 1990.08.0501
1990
A Guide to the Architecture of River Forest (Soft Cover) (Published by The Architectural Guide Book Committee, River Forest, Ill.) Editor: Fields, Jeanette S.; Intro: Steiner, Frances First published in 1981. "Only 20 minutes west of Chicago’s Loop, the tree-lined village of River Forest boasts some of the world’s most beautiful examples of Prairie School designs, all in a compact 2.4 square miles." (From back cover.) Features 75 structures, 114 photographs, many never published before, and a biography of 10 architects and partnerships. Wright homes include: 1) Waller Gates; 2) William Winslow; 6) Chauncey Williams; 10) Isabel Roberts; 21)... Continue... Pp 86 1990.104.0314
1990 
An Architecture for Democracy: The Marin County Civic Center, A Narrative by the Associated Architect.  (Soft Cover) (Published by Grendon Publishing, San Francisco) Green, Aaron G.: with DeNevi, Donald P. Original SC List Price $22.50. 10 x 10. (First Edition) Pp 142 1990.34.0305
1990
Frank Lloyd Wright: 1991, Selections From The National Center for the Study of Frank Lloyd Wright (Published by Universe, New York) Domino’s Pizza Collection 1991 Calendar. Approximately 70 original Wright pieces from the Domino’s Pizza Collection are currently on tour through the Smithsonian Institute Traveling Exhibition, Seattle, Chicago, Buffalo, Denver, Philadelphia and Dallas, 1989-1991. Includes photographs from their collection. Martin, Hickox, Coonley and Coonley Playhouse Windows, Schumacher fabric (2), Wright Liberty drawings and books, Fallingwater table, Heritage-Henredon table, Imperial chair and place... Continue... Pp 28 1990.109.0514
1990
Frank Lloyd Wright, a cura di Bruno Zevi   (Soft Cover)  (Published by Nicola Zanichelli S.p.A., Bologna, Italy) Zevi, Bruno Italian Version, Originally published in 1979.  Original cover price: L. 17 000. 5.75 x 8.25. Pp 280 1990.46.0506
1990
Frank Lloyd Wright Address Book (Soft Cover) (Published by Dover Publications, Inc., New York) Dover Publications Front cover photographed by Fred Stein, new York City, 1952.  Original cover price $1.00.  4.25 x 5.75.  (First Edition) Pp 32 1990.72.0707
1990
Frank Lloyd Wright and Madison: Eight Decades of Artistic and Social Interaction (Published by the Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison) Essays by: Filipowicz, Diane; Hamilton, Mary Jane; Heggland, Timothy; Holzhueter, John O.; Kalec... Editor: Sprague, Paul E.  Published after an exhibit by the same name held at the Elvehjem Museum of Art at the University of Wisconsin - Madison from September 2 to November 6, 1988. 14.4 x 10.25.  (First Edition) Pp 218 1990.56.0207
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright, Decorative Designs Collection, Second Edition  (Soft Cover) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Original cover price $9.00.  (Second Edition) Pp 36 1990.14.0102
1990 
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Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings. Masterworks from the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by Harry N. Abrams, Incorporated, New York) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Published in conjunction with the exhibition by the same name, January 13 - April 8, 1990 at the Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix.  309 illustrations, including 134 plates in color.  Original HC list price $65.00, SC list price $37.50.  10.75 x 11.75.  (First Edition) Pp 303 1990.01.0199
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright, Engagement Book 1991 - Designs for Houses  (Spiral Bound Soft Cover) Pomegranate Calendars & Books Original SC List Price $11.95.  (First Edition) Pp 110 1990.09.0901
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright: Genius! The Artist & the Process  (Hard Cover, Library Binding) Murphy, Wendy Buehr Original HC Library Binding List Price $42.95.  (First Edition) Pp 128 1990.13.0102
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright: In The Realm of Ideas. February 16 - May13, 1990. Marin County Civic Center (Produced by Dessy-Sclater & Associates) Edited by Brown & Collins. Text by Pfeiffer & Nordland Exhibition catalog held at the Marin County Civic Center from February 16 - May 13, 1990. "This is an exhibition of ideas. Using the work of Frank Lloyd Wright as an example and his words as explanatory text, the exhibition highlights and illustrates those ideas that constitute the foundation upon which everything he built is based. The forms are irrevocably his, yet the ideas are eternal and we witness their manifestation throughout the whole panorama of architecture... Continue... Pp 28 1990.91.0312
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright In His Renderings 1887-1959 Volume 12. Soft Cover (First Published in 1984 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1990) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 12 consists of 200 selected renderings that are often considered works of art in themselves. In order to communicate the exquisite quality of the original works, special attention has been paid to the selection of paper and the printing process. Original SC List Price ¥12360 $95.00. 12 x 12.  (Second Edition) Pp 389 1990.40.0405
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1914-1923 Volume 4. Soft Cover (First Published in 1985 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1990) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 1-8 are monographs which chronologically survey the developments of Wright’s architectural style. Illustrations consist of photographs and drawings of completed buildings and relevant projects. Original SC List Price ¥8760 $65.00. 12 x 12.  (Second Edition) Pp 265 1990.35.0405
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1924-1936 Volume 5. Soft Cover (First Published in 1985 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1990) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 1-8 are monographs which chronologically survey the developments of Wright’s architectural style. Illustrations consist of photographs and drawings of completed buildings and relevant projects. Original SC List Price ¥8500 $65.00. 12 x 12.  (Second Edition) Pp 265 1990.36.0405
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1937-1941 Volume 6. Soft Cover (First Published in 1986 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1990) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 1-8 are monographs which chronologically survey the developments of Wright’s architectural style. Illustrations consist of photographs and drawings of completed buildings and relevant projects. Original SC List Price ¥9800 $75.00. 12 x 12.  (Second Edition) Pp 317 1990.37.0405
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1942-1950 Volume 7. Soft Cover (First Published in 1988 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1990) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 1-8 are monographs which chronologically survey the developments of Wright’s architectural style. Illustrations consist of photographs and drawings of completed buildings and relevant projects.  Original SC List Price ¥9800 $75.00. 12 x 12.  (Second Edition) Pp 359 1990.38.0405
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1951-1959 Volume 8. Soft Cover (First Published in 1988 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1990) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 1-8 are monographs which chronologically survey the developments of Wright’s architectural style. Illustrations consist of photographs and drawings of completed buildings and relevant projects.  Original SC List Price ¥10090 $77.00. 12 x 12.  (Second Edition) Pp 389 1990.39.0405
1990
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana-Thomas House. Its History, Acquisition, and Preservation (Soft Cover) (Published by the Illinois Historical Preservation Agency, Springfield) Hallmark, Donald P. Reprint of an article published in the Illinois Historical Journal, Summer, 1989. Published in booklet form. "Springfield’s Dana Thomas House, designed by eminent American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, resulted from a two-year collaboration among an architect of genius, a female client who wanted a unique residence that would be the talk of Springfield society, and a group of young artisans, designers, and architects who had allied themselves with Wright in his Oak Park studio... Continue... Pp 14 1990.115.1215
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 2  (Stiff Soft Cover) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Original SC List Price $40.00.  (First Edition) Pp 175 1990.05.0399
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 4  (Stiff Soft Cover) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Original SC List Price $40.00.  (First Edition) Pp 159 1990.06.0399
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 5  (Stiff Soft Cover) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Original SC List Price $40.00. (First Edition) Pp 189 1990.07.0399
1990 
Frank Lloyd Wright Versus America, The 1930s  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts; London) Johnson, Donald Leslie "Frank Lloyd Wright versus America combines interpretation, factual revelation, and anecdote in a highly readable narrative, pursuing answers to such questions as why until 1936 "it took intelligence to hire Wright but only money thereafter" (Leonard Eaton), why Wright changed from "simply a very good architect to the Greatest American Genius" (Reyner Banham), why the Soviets and British were fascinated by him, and why his architecture of this period differed so greatly... Continue... Pp 436 1990.15.0202
1990
Frank Lloyd Wright, Six Buffalo Houses (Publisher not noted. This booklet is an outgrowth of the former Louis Sullivan Museum’s 8 year campaign to save the Guaranty Building.) Randall, John D.

First published in 1983. Includes information on six homes: 1) The Heath House; 2) The Martin House; 3) The Baton House; 4) The Gardener’s Cottage (Martin); 5) The Davidson House; 6) The Martin Summer House (Graycliff). Also includes information on the Larkin Administration Building 1904-1906, razed 1950. 8.5 x 8.4. (Second Edition)

Pp 14 1990.106.0414
1990
Frank Lloyd Wright Versus America, The 1930s (Soft Cover) (Published by The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts; London) Johnson, Donald Leslie "Frank Lloyd Wright versus America combines interpretation, factual revelation, and anecdote in a highly readable narrative, pursuing answers to such questions as why until 1936 "it took intelligence to hire Wright but only money thereafter" (Leonard Eaton), why Wright changed from "simply a very good architect to the Greatest American Genius" (Reyner Banham), why the Soviets and British were fascinated by him, and why his architecture of this period differed so greatly... Continue... Pp 436 1990.112.1014
1990 
Important 19th and 20th Century Architectural Objects and Designs, including Prints, Drawings, Photographs, Books, Periodicals and Letters Relating to Frank Lloyd Wright and other Chicago Architects. April 21, 1990 (Published by Leslie Hindman, Inc., Chicago) Leslie Hindman Auctioneers Catalog of  534 lots  with a majority being related to Wright.  Includes 95 photographs related to Wright items.  8 x 10.  Cover item sold for $5,200 plus a 10% buyers fee. (First Edition) Pp 120 1990.52.1206
1990 
Rescue of a Landmark: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin Martin House  (Soft Cover)  (Published in 2000 by Western New York Wares, Inc., Paperback) Quinlan, Marjorie L. Original SC List Price $9.95, 2000 SC List Price $13.95. (First Edition) Pp 101 1990.02.0899
1990
The Architect & the American Country House 1890-1940 (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Yale University Press, New Haven & London) Hewitt, Mark Alan "Wealthy Americans began building opulent country estates in the late 1880s and continued to do so for the next fifty years. In this beautifully illustrated and informative book, we view the breadth and aesthetic vitality of these American country houses through the expert eye of a practicing architect. Mark Hewitt introduces the largely forgotten group of architects who designed the houses, reveals the tastes and foibles of the clients who commissioned them, and reevaluates the significance of... Continue... Pp 312 1990.130.0317
1990 
The Imperial. The First 100 Years. 1890 - 1990. (Soft Cover, Dust Jacket) (Copyright by the Imperial Hotel, Ltd. Tokyo. Produced by ADEX Ltd., Japan, Tokyo. Printed by Toppan Printing Company.) Osano, Masakuni; Inumaru, Ichiro "The year 1990 marks the one hundredth anniversary of the opening of the Imperial Hotel. Includes a comprehensive history of the pre-Wright Imperial Hotel, the Wright designed Imperial Hotel, the demolition, partial reconstruction and preservation of the Wright Imperial Hotel in the Meiji Mura Architectural Park, and the modern Imperial Hotel. Note: No author is indicated, the forward is written by Masakuni Osano, Chairman of the Board, and Ichiro Inumaru, President and... Continue... Pp 316 1990.76.0510
1990 
The Wisconsin Story  (First Published in 1987 by Apple Corps Publishing, Oklahoma City, OK)  (Hard Cover, Library Binding) English, Billie Joan; Calhoun, Sharon Cooper Children's Book.  Chapter 25: “A Wisconsin Profile: Frank Lloyd Wright”.  Profile on Wright page 161.  Includes one photograph.  Library binding.  8 x 10.25.  (First published in 1987, Second Edition) Pp 202 1990.57.0307
1991
1991 
1991 Country Home Collection (Hard Cover - Library Binding) Cooper, Steve A Slice of Wright.  A chapter on Monaghan’s Vacation Home (First Edition) Pp 24-30 1991.14.0401
1991 
Affordable Dreams: The Goetsch-Winckler House and Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover)  (Published by the Kresge Art Museum, East Lancing, Michigan) Bandes, Susan J. Original SC List Price $21.95.  (First Edition) Pp 109 1991.15.0501
1991
Architecture. The Natural and the Manmade (Soft Cover) (Published by St. Martin’s Press, New York) Scully, Vincent Pages 339-346: "Wright’s movement toward the primordial -- you cannot and must not be called the "primitive," though Wright’s generation may well have thought of it in those terms -- is all the more striking because Wright did not begin that way. Instead he began in the suburbs with the American suburban lot. I recently heard a historian expatiating on Wright’s parallel cross-axis as if he had been designing on the moon. Few critics, and almost no Europeans, least of all those who are... Continue... Pp 388 1991.88.0218
1991 
Bitter Root Project (Published by The Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation Records. National Archives and Records Administration, Denver, Colorado) Bridges, Kelly "Thousands of acres of newly irrigable land were purchased by newcomers. These newly settled lands became the subdivisions of East Side Addition, Hamilton Heights, ... and University Heights. Each of these divisions saw the construction of golf courses and large inns. Additionally, many of these divisions planted acres of McIntosh Apple orchards. Intense advertising to attract even more people to these lands occurred... Continue... For more information on the Bitter Root Inn see our Wright Study. Pp 13 1995.51.1109
1991 
Fallingwater: 1992 Calendar (Published by Abbeville Press, Inc. New York) Photography by Christopher Little Calendar inspired by “Fallingwater, A Frank Lloyd Wright Country House.”   Original list price $9.95. 14 x 11. (First Edition) Pp 24 1991.39.0506
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) Costantino, Maria Original HC List Price $16.95.  Also published as a French version.   (Second Edition) Pp 112 1991.01.1100
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Taschen) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer presents the whole range of Frank Lloyd Wright's extraordinarily prolific output and shows clearly how his view of the world was a common factor throughout the rich diversity of his oeuvre. From his early prairie houses to the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Frank Lloyd Wright saw man as the focal point of an architecture closely bound up with nature. (Publisher’s description.) An appendix includes a biography, and completed works. Text in English, German and French.  (First Edition) Pp 175 1991.04.1100
1991
Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by The Taliesin Preservation Commission, Inc., working in partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Spring Green, Wisconsin) The Taliesin Preservation Commission, Inc. Making a case for supporting the Taliesin Preservation Commission. "Working in partnership to express one vision... preserving Taliesin for the 21st Century... The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Philosophy and Mission... The Taliesin Preservation Commission, Inc... Taliesin History... Taliesin Today... Vision and Needs for the Future... Cultural Tourism... Proposed Taliesin Preservation and Visitor Center Estimates... Frank Lloyd Wright on Taliesin. Includes eight historic photographs by Pedro... Continue... Pp 20 1991.81.0616
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright: 30 Architectural Drawings (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Artbooks Book of 30 postcards. 7 x 4.75.  (First Edition) Pp 64 1991.37.0406
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright America’s Greatest Architect (Hard Cover) (Published by Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut) Jacobs, Herbert Collector’s Edition, bound in genuine leather.  Wright's Luxfer Prism Glass design used on cover.  6 x 8.75.  (First Easton Press Edition)  (Sweeney 1601) Pp 223 1601.01.0506
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright, A Primer on Architectural Principles  (Soft Cover) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York)

Authors: Frampton, Kenneth; Graf, Otto; Lipman, Jonathan; MacCormac, Richard; Mackenzie, Archie; McCarter, Robert (2); Finnell, Patrick; Seligmann, Werner

Editor: McCarter, Robert Nine essays that illuminate the complex and creative mind of Frank Lloyd Wright at work. Focusing on Wright’s work itself – the buildings and projects that Wright understood as the "particular" examples of his "general" principles of design – this book is written from the perspective of architects, rather than art historians, and offers a more complete understanding of Wright than that offered by more traditional studies. Over 400 photographs and diagrammatic analyses complement the... Continue... Pp 308 1991.05.1000
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright, A Primer on Architectural Principles (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York)

Authors: Frampton, Kenneth; Graf, Otto; Lipman, Jonathan; MacCormac, Richard; Mackenzie, Archie; McCarter, Robert (2); Finnell, Patrick; Seligmann, Werner

Editor: McCarter, Robert Nine essays that illuminate the complex and creative mind of Frank Lloyd Wright at work. Focusing on Wright’s work itself – the buildings and projects that Wright understood as the "particular" examples of his "general" principles of design – this book is written from the perspective of architects, rather than art historians, and offers a more complete understanding of Wright than that offered by more traditional studies. Over 400 photographs and diagrammatic analyses complement the... Continue... Pp 308 1991.60.0511 1991.61.0511
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright: Architectural Drawings and Decorative Designs - 1992 Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Calendars & Books, Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Calendar & Books Original SC List Price $13.95. (First Edition) Pp 28 1991.26.1104
1991
Frank Lloyd Wright: Architectural Drawings and Decorative Arts. 1992 Engagement Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Calendars & Books, Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Calendar & Books Includes fifty-two Frank Lloyd Wright architectural drawings and decorative designs. Original cover price $11.96. 6.5 x 9. (First Edition) Pp 114 1991.55.0510
1991

Frank Lloyd Wright: Domestic Architecture and Objects  (Stiff Soft Cover)

Introduction by Meehan, Patrick J. Booklet of 20 Postcards. Originally SC List Price $8.95.  (Second Edition) Pp 44 1991.27.1004
1991
Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1887-1901 Volume 1. Soft Cover (First Published in 1986 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1989 and 1991) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 1-8 are monographs which chronologically survey the developments of Wright’s architectural style. Illustrations consist of photographs and drawings of completed buildings and relevant projects. Original SC List Price ¥8760 $65.00. 12 x 12.  (Third Edition) Pp 246 1991.32.0405
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1907-1913 Volume 3. Soft Cover (First Published in 1987 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1989 and 1991) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 1-8 are monographs which chronologically survey the developments of Wright’s architectural style. Illustrations consist of photographs and drawings of completed buildings and relevant projects. Original SC List Price ¥8760 $65.00. 12 x 12.  (Third Edition) Pp 269 1991.33.0405
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright Preliminary Studies 1889-1916 Volume 9. Soft Cover (First Published in 1985 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1989 and 1991) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 9-11 presents selected preliminary studies that were executed in the course of developing Wright’s significant projects, most of which are published for the first time. Original SC List Price ¥8760 $65.00. 12 x 12.  (Third Edition) Pp 203 1991.34.0405
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright Preliminary Studies 1917-1932 Volume 10. Soft Cover (First Published in 1986 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1990 and 1991) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 9-11 presents selected preliminary studies that were executed in the course of developing Wright’s significant projects, most of which are published for the first time. Original SC List Price ¥8760 $65.00. 12 x 12.  (Third Edition) Pp 205 1991.35.0405
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright Preliminary Studies 1933-1959 Volume 11. Soft Cover (First Published in 1987 by A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo. Reprinted 1989 and 1991) Text: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited and Photographed: Futagawa, Yukio Volumes 9-11 presents selected preliminary studies that were executed in the course of developing Wright’s significant projects, most of which are published for the first time. Original SC List Price ¥8760 $65.00. 12 x 12. (Third Edition) Pp 225 1991.36.0405
1991
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Frank Lloyd Wright Remembered  (Hard Cover - DJ) Meehan, Patrick J. Original HC List Price $29.95. (First Edition) Pp 254 1991.06.0100
1991
Frank Lloyd Wright Retrospective (Stiff Soft Cover) Published by Mainichi Newspapers This was for a major Japanese Exhibitions that took place in four different locations, from Jan 2 - July 28, 1991. (First Edition) Pp 294 1991.02.0401
1991
Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 1  (Stiff Soft Cover) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Original SC List Price $40.00. (First Edition) Pp 207 1991.07.0399
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 6  (Stiff Soft Cover) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Original SC List Price $40.00. (First Edition) Pp 175 1991.08.0399
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 7  (Stiff Soft Cover) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Original SC List Price $40.00. (First Edition) Pp 175 1991.09.0399
1991 
Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 8  (Stiff Soft Cover) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Original SC List Price $40.00. (First Edition) Pp 183 1991.10.0399
1991
Frank Lloyd Wright: 1992, Selections from the Domino’s Center for Architecture & Design. A Calendar for 1992. (Published by Universe. New York) Domino’s Pizza "The Domino’s Center for Architecture & Design was founded in 1986 as part of the Domino’s Pizza World Headquarters, Ann Arbor, Michigan. This comprehensive collection, on view to the public, includes furniture, windows, metalwork and drawings from many of Wright’s major commissions..." The calendar includes 40 images related to Liberty Magazine, Barnsdall, Coonley, Dana, Copper Urn and weed holder, Bradley, Hillside Home School, Beachy, Little, Richard Smith... Continue... Pp 24 1991.78.0116
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Freeman House (Folder) (Published by the University of Southern California, School of Architecture) University of Southern California Presentation Folder. Cover: Embossed Freeman House Block. Flap: "Freeman House. School of Architecture, 2-4 Watt Hall, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California 90089-0291." 9 x 12 Pp 6 1991.83.0616
1991 
Louis Sullivan And The Chicago School  (Hard Cover - DJ) Frazier, Nancy Original Hard Cover List Price $15.99, Soft Cover List Price $12.99. (First Edition) Pp 112 1991.11.1100
1991 
National Register of Historic Places, Stevensville, Montana. Historic and Agricultural Resources of Stevensville, Montana. (Published by the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Washington D.C.) Montana State Historical Preservation Office Staff Multiple Property Documentation Form. History of Stevensville, Montana and the surrounding area. Includes historical information on the "Apple Boom", the Big Ditch Development and the Bitterroot District Irrigation Co. "The new townsite of Bitterroot was platted just north of Stevensville, and the Bitterroot Inn, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, was built in 1920 and served as an informal headquarters for the Chicago... Continue... For more information on the Bitter Root Inn see our Wright Study. Pp 30 1991.49.1009
1991 
Quintin Blair House, National Register of Historic Places (Published by the United States Department of the Interior National Park Service, Washington, D.C.) Massey, Rheba; Johnson, Mike The Quintin Blair house retains excellent integrity of setting, materials, workmanship, location, feeling, and association. The design represents the major focus of Wright's architecture after World War II the design of private homes that integrate with and reflect their natural setting. The house is truly the work of a master architect and worthy of listing on the National Register of Historic Places for its exceptional significance... Continue... For more information on the Blair Residence see our Wright Study. Pp 17 1991.48.0909
1991
Squandered Fortune, The Life and Times of Huntington Hartford (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York) Gubernick, Lisa Rebecca Story of the creation of that great retail empire, and of the heir who frittered away those vast holdings. The last of the brand-name scions, Huntington Hartford spent a lifetime and his millions trying to live up to his birthright. Hartford wanted to be more than just another aristocratic playboy. He was determined to change the way America thought about the arts -- Tom Wolfe called him a new Martin Luther – and his crusade included... Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Huntington Hartford Resort Project. Pp 272 1991.73.0515
1991 
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The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Complete Catalog  (Soft Cover) Storrer, William Allin Second Edition. Ninth printing. Originally published in 1974. New Material in this edition.  Original HC List Price $19.95, SC List Price $16.96. (Sweeney 1948) Pp 450 1948.02.0393
1991 
The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, Guide to Extant Structures  (Soft Cover) Storrer, William Allin Original SC List Price $13.95 (Twelfth Edition) Pp 67 1991.03.0393
1991
The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. An Overview - 1990-91 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Mission and Purpose. The School and its History. The School Today. Resources: The Buildings in Wisconsin. The Buildings in Arizona. The Taliesin Fellowship. Faculty and Staff. The Learning Program. An overview of the School of Architecture. Includes many photos and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. (First Edition) Pp 53 1991.80.0616
1991
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The Preservationist’s Progress (Hard Cover - DJ) Howard, Hugh Chapter 7: The Artist’s Collector - Chapter on Wright.  Original HC List Price $22.95. (First Edition) Pp 272 1991.16.0901
1991
The Meeting House, Heritage and Vision (Soft Cover) (Published by The Friends of the Meeting House, Madison, Wisconsin) Hamilton, Mary Jane "When, nearly forty-six years ago, First Unitarian Society members began to discuss a replacement for the church that the Madison congregation had used since 1886, they had no intention of constructing one that would subsequently influence the form of countless other religious buildings..." 12 x 9. (First Edition) Pp 32 1991.72.0914
1991 
The Wright Address Book  (Hard Cover) Domino’s Center for Architecture and Design Original HC List Price $15.95. (First Edition) Pp 112 1991.22.0603
1991 
The Wright Space (Hard Cover - DJ) Hildebrand, Grant The pattern and meaning in Frank Lloyd Wright's houses. Original HC List Price $55.00. (First Edition) Pp 192 1991.23.0804
1991 
The Wright Space (Soft Cover) Hildebrand, Grant The pattern and meaning in Frank Lloyd Wright's houses. Original SC List Price $40.00. (Fourth Edition) Pp 192 1991.20.0902
1991 
Three American Architects: Richardson, Sullivan, Wright, 1865-1915  (Soft Cover) O’Gorman, James F. Original SC List Price $15.00.  Pp 170 1991.19.0702
1991 
Trademarks of Base-Metal Tableware. Late 18th century to circa 1900 (including marks on Britannia metal, iron, steel, cooper alloys and silver-plated goods) (Copyright Ministry of Supply and Services Canada. Published under the authority of the Ministry of the Environment, Ottawa, 1991) Woodhead, Eileen Invaluable for dating the marking on the bottom of the Midway Gardens dish. 8.5 x 11. (For more information see our Wright study on the Midway gardens dish.) Pp 331 1991.58.1010
1991 
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Wright Sites (Soft Cover) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York) Edited by Sanderson, Arlene Original SC List Price $8.95. (First Edition) PP 56 1991.12.1200
1991 
Yesterday’s Houses of Tomorrow  (Hard Cover - DJ) Jandl, H Ward Ch 7: Usonian Houses: Frank Lloyd Wright’s vision of affordable housing.  Original HC List Price $29.95. (First Edition) Pp 116-125 1991.13.1200
1992
1992  Architectural Monographs No 18: Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (First published in Great Britain in 1992 by Academy Editions, London. Published in the United States by St. Martin’s Press, New York) Heinz, Thomas A.
 
Heinz, Thomas A. Heinz introduces aspects that have previously gone unnoticed. Concentrating primarily on residences, He examines construction techniques that are just as unorthodox as the architect himself, indicating that Wright's approach to detailing was pragmatic rather than conventional and was based on traditional common sense. Previously unpublished sketches on tracing paper provide a rare insight into Wright's design progression. (Publishers description.) Original... Continue...   Pp 143 1992.03.0401 1992.63.0907
1992  Arts & Crafts and Architectural Designs (Published by Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc. New York) Christie’s Saturday December 12, 1992. Including Works From the Domino’s Center for Architectural and Design. Includes item #’s 157-176 by Wright.  Includes printed sheet of final sale prices. 8.25 x 10.5. (First Edition) Pp 68 1992.52.0405
1992
The Arts & Crafts Movement, in America 1876-1916 (Soft Cover) (Published by the Trustees of Princeton University. Distributed by Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey) Edit: Clark, Robert Judson; Ch. 2) Hanks, David A.; Ch. 4) Thompson, Susan Otis First published in 1972, in conjunction with an exhibition by the same title, organized by the Art Museum, Princeton University, and The Art Institute of Chicago. Exhibited at The Art Museum, Princeton University, 21 October - 17 December 1972; The Art Institute of Chicago, 24 February - 22 April 1973; and Renwick Gallery of the National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, 1 June - 10 September 1973. Chapter 2: "Chicago and the Midwest" has a section... Continue...   Pp 268 1992.104.1215
1992  "At Taliesin".  Newspaper Columns by Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship 1934-1937  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by the Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale & Edwardsville) Henning, Randolph C. Original HC List Price $39.95 (First Edition) Pp 322 1992.26.0702
1992
Auldbrass, The Plantation Complex Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. A Documented History of Its South Carolina Lands (Hard Cover) (Published by Southern Historical Press, Inc., Greenville, SC) Loring, Jessica Stevens "Old Brass" was the name given to a tract of land in South Carolina that includes over 4,000 acres. "In the mid 1930s the Savanna River Lumber Co. Which owned the tract of land slid into bankruptcy. C. Leigh Stevens took over the responsibility of reorganizing the company, and ended up "with its shares held by Stevens." Old Brass was one of many holdings owned by the reorganized Savanna River Lumber Co. The modern history of "Auldbrass" which Wright adapted from Old... Continue...   Pp 147 1992.119.0118
1992  Barnsdall House: Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover) Steele, James Original SC List Price $29.95 (Second Edition) Pp 60 1992.40.0803
1992
Barnsdall Park, Taliesin Architects Response to Request (Spiral Bound) (Produced by the Taliesin Architects, Scottsdale, AZ) Taliesin Architects Copy of the response from the Taliesin Architects for a Request for Qualifications for the Master Plan for the future development of Barnsdall Park. Spiral bound booklet includes: Letter from John Rattenbury; Taliesin Architects Experience; List of Planning Projects; Biographies of John Rattenbury, Eric Lloyd Wright, Louis Wiehle, William E. Mims, Laurence W. Heiny, Kathryn Smith and others; Letters of Reference. 8.5 x 11 Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 70 1992.110.0616
1992
Book of Special Days (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. New York) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A calendar journal book. Cover illustration is the Frank Lloyd Wright cover design for Liberty Magazine, Project, 1926. 4 x 6.5 (First Edition) Pp 128 1992.106.0516
1992  Conception and Construction: The Drawings, Models and Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover Spiral Binding) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation 1993 Engagement Calendar. Original SC List Price $11.95 (First Edition) Pp 108 1992.39.0503
1992
Concrete Abstractions, Details of Hollyhock House, Los Angeles, California  (Soft Cover) (Published by Couturier Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. One thousand copies printed.) Cowan, Craig A volume resulting from the exhibition "Concrete Abstractions" exhibited in Hollyhock House Gallery from April through September of 1991. "Constructed between 1919 and 1921 for oil heiress Aline Barnsdall, Hollyhock House was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first Los Angeles Commission. Barnsdall met Wright in Chicago in 1914 where she proposed that he design a theater for her. A trip to the West Coast shifted her plans from the Midwest to Los Angeles and in 1919... Continue...   Pp 36 1992.108.0616
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover - DJ) Costantino, Maria French Version.  Originally published as an English version.  (First Edition) Pp 112 1992.02.0401
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - Library Binding) McDonough, Yona Zeldis Original HC List Price $14.35, Library Binding $19.95.  7.5 x 9.5.  (Chelsea House Library of Biography)  (First Edition) Pp 112 1992.42.0804
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) McDonough, Yona Zeldis Original SC List Price $7.95.  7 x 9.25.  (Chelsea House Library of Biography)  (Third Edition) Pp 112 1992.05.0101
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright: 125th Birthday Celebration  (Produced by the Taliesin Preservation Commission, Spring Green) Taliesin Preservation Commission “A Man and His Legacy.”  Saturday, June 6, 1992, Spring Green, Wisconsin.  “...a very young faith undertook to build that house.  It was the same faith that plants twigs for orchards, vineslips for vineyards, and small whips to become beneficent shade trees: and it planted them all about!”  For the preservation of Taliesin.  $1000 per person.  Includes vellum insert with silhouette of Wright.  4.2 x 5.8. Pp 6 1992.61.0807
1992  FLW Secrest 2.jpg (10360 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright: A Biography  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Alfred A. Knopf) Secrest, Meryle Wright remains for many historians America's preeminent architect, the force of his personality and the strength of his reputation endure untarnished. Drawing on the massive archives of the Wright Memorial Foundation, Secrest writes with authority and compassion about Wright's long and turbulent career. Her exhaustive scholarship provides fresh insights into Wright's personality, making this biography essential reading for anyone with an interest in American architecture. 6.5 x 9.5.  Original HC List Price $30.00.  (First Edition) Pp 634 1992.06.0599
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright: A Biography  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Alfred A. Knopt, Inc., New York) Secrest, Meryle Wright remains for many historians America's preeminent architect, the force of his personality and the strength of his reputation endure untarnished. Drawing on the massive archives of the Wright Memorial Foundation, Secrest writes with authority and compassion about Wright's long and turbulent career. Her exhaustive scholarship provides fresh insights into Wright's personality, making this biography essential reading for anyone with an interest in American architecture. 6.1 x 9.2.  (First Edition) Pp 634 1992.60.0607
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright & the Prairie School in Wisconsin - An Architectural Touring Guide  (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Prairie Oak Press, Madison) Visser, Kristin A guide to Wright buildings in Wisconsin.  Includes 46 Wright designed buildings as well as 36 additional prairie style.  Original cover price $24.95. 8.75 x 9.75.  (First Edition) Pp 252 1992.58.0806
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright & the Prairie School in Wisconsin - An Architectural Touring Guide  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Prairie Oak Press, Madison, Wisconsin) Visser, Kristin A comprehensive guide to the Wisconsin buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright  Original SC List Price $16.95.  (Second Edition) Pp 252 1992.18.1101
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright and Wichita: The First Usonian Design  (Soft Cover) Kingsbury, Pamila D. This essay was written in conjunction with "Frank Lloyd Wright - Wichita: The First Usonian Design", a commemorative exhibition showing at the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum, Wichita Kansas, June 1992 through April 1993. Original SC List Price $12.95.  (First Edition) Pp 37 1992.17.1001
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright Between Principle and Form (Soft Cover)  (Published by Van Nostrand Reinhold) Laseau, Paul & Tice, James Original SC List Price $34.95.  (Second Edition) Pp 204 1992.01.0301
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings - Volume 1  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Rizzoli, New York) Edited Pfeiffer, Bruce B. Original HC List Price $60.00, SC List Price $40.00.  (First Paper Edition) Pp 352 1992.19.1201
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings - Volume 2  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Rizzoli, New York) Edited Pfeiffer, Bruce B. Original HC List Price $60.00, SC List Price $40.00.  (First Edition) Pp 384 1992.07.0899
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings - Volume 2 (Soft Cover) (Published by Rizzoli, New York) Edited Pfeiffer, Bruce B. Original SC List Price $40.00.  (First Soft Cover Edition) Pp 384 1992.54.0506
1992  HollyhockHouse 2.jpg (4736 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright: Hollyhock House and Olive Hill  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Rizzoli International Publications) Smith, Kathryn Original HC List Price $45.00.  (First Edition) Pp 224 1992.08.0492
1992 

Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie Style Masterpiece.  The meticulously restored 1901 "Henderson House".  (Published by Schiller Real Estate, Elmhurst, Illinois)

Balluff, Gail M. Four page descriptive pamphlet about the Henderson House.  Description and six photos. Includes two single descriptive sheets, one printed two sides. 8.5 x 11.  (First Edition)  For more information on the Henderson Residence see our Wright Study. Pp 8 1992.49.0593
1992
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana-Thomas House. Its History, Acquisition, and Preservation (Soft Cover) (Published by the Illinois Historical Preservation Agency, Springfield) Hallmark, Donald P. Reprint of an article published in the Illinois Historical Journal, Summer, 1989. Published in booklet form. "Springfield’s Dana Thomas House, designed by eminent American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, resulted from a two-year collaboration among an architect of genius, a female client who wanted a unique residence that would be the talk of Springfield society, and a group of young artisans, designers, and architects who had allied themselves with Wright in his... Continue...   Pp 14 1992.109.0616
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House  (Soft Cover) Hoffmann, Donald Original SC List Price $11.95. (First Edition) Pp 118 1992.24.0102
1992  Frank Lloyd Wright: The Great Drawings. 1993 Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Calendars & Books, Petalum, CA) Pomegranate Calendars & Books Includes twelve drawings and description for each.  Original list price $13.95. 16 x 14. (First Edition) Pp 28 1992.59.1106
1992  Guggenheim Museum - A-Z  (Soft Cover) Guggenheim Foundation (First Edition) Pp 296 1992.09.0899
1992  Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright’s California  (Soft Cover) Zimmerman, Scot Original SC List Price $14.95.  (Second Edition) Pp 106 1992.10.0200
1992  Moma 2.jpg (5521 bytes) International Styles: Ex 15 (MOMA)  (Stiff Soft Cover) Riley, Terence (First Edition) Pp 224 1992.11.0399
1992  MyFatherP 2.jpg (4835 bytes) My Father Who is on Earth (Soft Cover)  (Published by Dover Publications, Inc., New York) Wright, John Lloyd An unconventional portrait of an unconventional man - Frank Lloyd Wright, stormy petrel of architecture.  The author is his son, who tells the things only he could tell about his father.  Original SC List Price $5.95.  (Second Edition)  (Sweeney 648) Pp 195 0648.03.0400
1992  Taliesin 1911-1914: Wright Studies Volume 1  (Hard Cover - DJ) Edited: Menocal, Narciso Five Studies: Neil Levine, Scott Gartner, Anthony Alofsin, Narciso Menocal, Anthony Alofsin.  Original HC List Price $50.00.  (First Edition) Pp 141 1992.25.0502
1992  Taliesin 1911-1914: Wright Studies Volume 1  (Soft Cover) Edit: Menocal, Narciso Five Studies: Levine, Neil; Gartner, Scott; Alofsin, Anthony; Menocal, Narciso; Alofsin, Anthony.  Original SC List Price $22.50.  (First Edition) Pp 141 1992.16.0701
1992

The Building of Pilgrim Congregational Church, 1957-1967, Redding California (Soft Cover) (Published by Pilgrim Congregational Church, Redding, California)
Ashbaugh, Barbara L. "...Committee members traveled to the city to meet Mr. Wright when his renderings for the Marin Civic Center were made public. As Ray Wells recalls, Meeting Frank Lloyd Wright was quite a thrill. He was exceedingly deferential to this young minister. I was about as naive as he was arrogant, but he reaches across and tapped my knee as we sat in a tight circle in Aaron’s office and said, ‘Well Domini,’ A familiar Scottish term for a reverend - ‘how long do you suppose we’ll keep...  Continued...  Pp 14 1992.107.0615
1992  Compl1925WendSer-Hoffmann 2.jpg (5279 bytes) The Complete 1925 "Wendingen" Series (Soft Cover) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Wijeveld, H. Th.; Intro Hoffmann, Donald Original SC List Price $12.95.  Wendingen Edition  (Dover) (First Paper Edition) Pp 165 1604.03.0101
1992  The Wright State: Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin (Soft Cover) (Published by The Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin) Lipman, Jonathan; Levine, Neil Published in conjunction with an Exhibition entitled "The Wright State. Frank Lloyd Wright In Wisconsin", September 11 - November 8, 1992. The Milwaukee Art Museum celebrates the 125th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth with a major exhibition of rarely seen drawings, models, photographs, furniture and textiles by the master architect. Original SC List Price $19.95. 10.6 x 9.2. (First Edition) Pp 96 1992.13.0101
1992  The Wright Style. Recreating The Spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Simon & Schuster, New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, Tokyo.) Lind, Carla "If you've ever wanted to step inside a house designed by frank Lloyd Wright or if you've ever dreamed of living in one The Wright Style offers the next best thing: an extraordinary look inside dozens of Wright's incomparable houses, all of them filled with countless inspiring ideas from America's favorite architect. From "pure" Wright houses to homes where his decorative magic has been mixed with related styles, the book captures the essence of the architect's timeless designs the... Continued... (Third Edition) Pp 224 1992.14.0499
1992  Truth Against The World: Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks for an Organic Architecture  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation. Washington DC) Edited with Introduction by Meehan, Patrick J. A collection of Wright's most important speeches. Includes topics ranging from Wright's philosophy of education to his view of democracy to his Broadacre City project. Over 300 photographs.  Original SC List Price $24.95.  (First Edition) Pp 477 1992.57.1201
1993
1993  About Wright: An Album of Recollections by Those Who Knew Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by John Wiley & Sons) Tafel, Edgar In this nostalgic scrapbook, associates of Frank Lloyd Wright describe the architect as a constant stream of energy, a virtuoso draftsman, a man of theatrical presence and hubris with a supreme belief in the importance of his own work. Tafel, an architect and author of Apprentice to Genius, supervised the construction of several of Wright's most famous buildings. Here he stitches together letters, photos, news clips and interviews with Wright's apprentices, clients...   Continued...  (Second Edition) Pp 326 1993.18.0302
1993
About Wright: An Album of Recollections by Those Who Knew Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by John Wiley & Sons) Tafel, Edgar In this nostalgic scrapbook, associates of Frank Lloyd Wright describe the architect as a constant stream of energy, a virtuoso draftsman, a man of theatrical presence and hubris with a supreme belief in the importance of his own work. Tafel, an architect and author of Apprentice to Genius, supervised the construction of several of Wright's most famous buildings. Here he stitches together letters, photos, news clips and interviews with Wright's apprentices, clients...   Continued...  (Second Edition) Pp 326 1993.77.0315
1993  Angels of Reality: Emersonian Unfoldings in Wright, Stevens and Ives  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Southern Illinois University Press) Hertz, David Michael Emerson’s influences on three artists.  Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect;  Wallace Stevens, Poet;  Charles Ives, Composer. Original HC List Price $34.95. (First Edition) Pp 354 1993.35.1104
1993  Be Seated: A Book About Chairs  (Hard Cover - DJ) Giblin, James Cross Touches on Wright’s influence and two photos on pages viii and 98.  Original HC List Price $15.00, Library Binding $14.89.  (First Edition) Pp 136 1993.29.0103
1993  FLW Spencer Hart 2.jpg (6341 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble, Inc., New York, by arrangement with Brompton Books Corp., Greenwich, CT.) Hart, Spencer Hard cloth cover is navy blue. Color of text on cover and colored end plates are dark red. 12x10.  (First Barnes & Noble Edition) Pp 128 1993.43.0306
1993  AmerArch20thCnt-Sommer 2.jpg (6204 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright, American Architect for the Twentieth Century  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Smithmark Publishers Inc., New York.  Produced by Brompton Books Corp.) Sommer, Robin Langley Original HC List Price $19.90. (First Edition) (Two Copies) Pp 176 1993.02.1200 1993.02.1298
1993
Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan, The Role of Traditional Japanese Art and Architecture in the Work of Frank Lloyd Wright. (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York) Nute, Kevin "Frank Lloyd Wright’s admiration for traditional Japanese pictorial art is well known, as is his insistence that neither the art nor the architecture of Japan had any direct formal influence on his won work. This book examines the evidence that, quite apart from their philosophical lessons, certain forms of Japanese art and architecture did in fact have a significant formal impact on Wright's early work, and one which would appear to cast light on his general approach to design. More...   Continued...  Pp 244 1993.88.1017
1993 

Frank Lloyd Wright & The Book Arts  (Soft Cover) (Published by the Friends of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries, Inc.

Hamilton, Mary Jane Printed in conjunction with an exhibition in the Department of Special Collection, Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fall 1992. Limited to 1000 copies.  Original SC List Price $19.95. (First Edition) Pp 105 1993.25.0902
1993  FLW,Arch-Boulton 2.jpg (11020 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect, An Illustrated Biography  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Rizzoli and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Boulton, Alexander O. Original HC List Price $24.95.  (First Edition) Pp 128 1993.03.0199
1993  Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings - Volume 3  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Rizzoli, New York) Edited by Pfeiffer, Bruce B. Original HC List Price $60.00, SC List Price $40.00. (First Edition) Pp 352 1993.30.0603
1993  Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings - Volume 3  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Rizzoli, New York) Edited by Pfeiffer, Bruce B. Original SC List Price $40.00. (First Soft Cover Edition)   (Two copies) Pp 352 1993.44.0506 1993.45.0506
1993  FLWCompanion 2.jpg (3565 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright Companion  (Hard Cover - DJ) Storrer, William Allin Original HC List Price $90.00.   (First Edition) Pp 492 1993.04.0199
1993
Frank Lloyd Wright: Dream Houses. A Universe 1994 Calendar (Spiral bound. Soft cover) (Published by Universal Publishing, New York) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Frank Lloyd Wright was born as the Civil War closed and died as the Space Age opened. During the ninety-two years of his lifetime, he witnessed the Industrial Revolution turn into the Atomic Era. During seventy-two of those years... he was involved in the practice of architecture... Original list price $18.99 Canada. 8 x 7 Pp 112 1993.75.0814
1993  East-Heinz 2.jpg (5254 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright East  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Gibbs-Smith Publisher, Salt Lake City) Heinz, Thomas A. From Fallingwater to the Guggenheim Museum, thirty photographs celebrate a broad range of Wright’s styles in the East.  Original SC List Price $12.95.  7 x 8.  (First Edition) Pp 64 1993.54.0906
1993  Frank Lloyd Wright Furniture (Soft Cover)  (Published by Gibbs-Smith Publishers, Salt Lake City) Heinz, Thomas A. Thirty photographs celebrating Wright’s experimental genius in home furnishings. Photographs include examples of: Frank Lloyd Wright Studio chair; Bradley armchair; Willits armchair (2); Dana dining set, music cabinet, library chair; Boynton dining set; Larkin desk, armchair; Barton dining room breakfront; Four chair designs (Beachy); Roberts side and armchair, dining room set; Coonley end table; Robie slant back; Greene couch; Booth canopied bed, wall sconce, floor lamp...   Continued...  Pp 64 1993.52.0906 1993.72.0913
1993  Frank Lloyd Wright Midwest  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Gibbs-Smith Publisher, Salt Lake City) Heinz, Thomas A. A portfolio of private homes and public buildings by Wright in his home region. Original SC List Price $12.95.  7 x 8. (First Edition) Pp 64 1993.53.0906
1993  Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, The House and Its History (Soft Cover) (Second, Revised Edition) (Published by Dover Publications, Inc., New York) Hoffmann, Donald: Introduction by: Kaufmann, Edgar Jr. First published in 1978. "Preface to the Second Edition. This book presents a new study grown upon the skeleton of a previous book. My lack of access to the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives severely handicapped the earlier edition... The documents related to Fallingwater, said Mr. Wright, could not be made available until the archives were completely catalogued. Memories and hearsay, unfortunately, acquire a specious life of their own as they take further...   Continued...  (Second Edition) Pp 116 1993.67.0811
1993  Frank Lloyd Wright Stained Glass  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Gibbs-Smith Publisher, Salt Lake City) Heinz, Thomas A. Iridescent stained-glass windows displaying the genius of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Original SC List Price $12.95.  7 x 8.  Two copies.  (First & Third Edition) Pp 64 1993.55.0906 1993.36.0105
1993  Masterworks 2.jpg (8460 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright: The Masterworks  (Soft Cover) Larkin, David & Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Republished in a smaller format in 1997, in a different size and format. Original SC List Price $75.00.  (Second Edition) Pp 312 1993.01.0201
1993  Christies6-93 2.jpg (5789 bytes) Important Works by Frank Lloyd Wright From Domino’s Center  (Soft Cover) Christie’s 6/12/93 (First Edition) Pp 101 1993.05.0899
1993  In The Arts & Crafts Style  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Quarto Inc., London. Distributed by Chronicle Books, San Francisco) Mayer, Barbara Wright was a prominent figure in the Arts & Crafts Movement.  This book touches on Wright's influence on the Arts & Crafts movement.  Original HC List Price $35.00. 9.5 x 11.  (Sixth Edition) Pp 224 1993.47.0506
1993  Living Museums  (Hard Cover - DJ) Gale, Ian & Bryant, Richard Ch. 5: Pope-Leighey House  Original HC List Price $40.00.  (First Edition) Pp 36-41 1993.15.0596
1993  Oilman’s Daughter, Biography of Aline Barnsdall  (Hard Cover - DJ) Karasick, Norman & Dor (Signed)  Original HC List Price $25.95.  (First Edition) Pp 268 1993.07.0400
1993  Shining Brow (Soft Cover) (Published by Faber and Faber, London, Boston) Muldoon, Paul This opera was commissioned by Madison Opera, a division of the Madison Civic Music Association of Madison, Wisconsin, where it received its premiere in April 1993. It was commissioned as a libretto for American composer Daron Aric Hagen, Shining Brow can be read as a dramatic poem in its own right. Displaying all the structural ingenuity and subtle resonance that have marked Paul Muldoon as the most influential poet of his generation, it tells, with suitable...   Continued...  (Second Edition) Pp 86 1993.71.1012
1993  Taliesin West: An Interpretive Guide.  In the realm of ideas.  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Editor: Lucas, Suzette A. What is architecture; Wright Background; Wright and Arizona; Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship; Nature of the site; Methods and materials; Destruction of the box; Building for Democracy; Taliesin West. Includes 31 photographs and two illustrations. 7 x 10.  Three copies. (First Edition) Pp 28 1993.24.0802 1993.46.0506 1993.59.0907
1993  The Kaufmann Office - Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) Wilk, Christopher Original HC List Price £14.95 (Approx  $25.95). (First Edition) Pp 88 1993.06.0800
1993  The Seven Ages of Frank Lloyd Wright: A New Appraisal  (Soft Cover) Hoppen, Donald W. SC (Capra Press)  Original HC List Price $49.00, SC List Price $25.00.  (First Edition) Pp 186 1993.19.0302
1993  The Wright Style: Frank Lloyd Wright, Engagement Book 1994  (Hard Cover - Library Binding) Pomegranate Calendars & Books Original HC List Price $16.95.  (First Edition) Pp 110 1993.20.0502
1994
1994  Colors By Wright. The Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright - 1995 Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Calendars & Books, Rohnert Park, CA)

Contributions by: Little, Christopher; Bromley, Judith; Lautman, Andrew D.; Street-Porter, Tim; Shulman, Julius; Vertikoff, Alexander; Bowditch, Richard; Highsmith, Carol; Miller, Jon; Boucher, John; Korab, Balthazar; Bromley, Judith; Beall...

Project Dir: Maddex, Diane; "Nature was the inspiration for Frank Lloyd Wright - and the source of his color palette. From his basic building materials of brick, stone and wood he extracted subtle browns and warm tans. From Indian pots and the barns of his native Wisconsin he adopted a reddish brown iron oxide he called it Cherokee red and used in a range of hues..." Homes include: Winslow, Fallingwater, Dana-Thomas, Robert Llewellyn Wright, Storer, Hollyhock, Taliesin West, Rosenbaum...   Continued...  (First Edition) Pp 24 1994.70.1212
1994
Conflict & Creativity, Architects & Sculptors in Chicago 1871 - 1937. The Arts Club of Chicago, September 20 - October 22, 1994 (Soft Cover) (Published by The Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago) Catalogue essay by Samuelson, Timothy; Installation by Vinci, John "Chicago’s reputation as a creative architectural center is based on the work of Louis H. Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, john Wellborn Root and others, who redefined American architecture during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Despite their individual and collective geniuses, these architects did not achieve their reputations as innovators by working alone... This exhibition does not attempt to comprehensively include the work of all the important architectural sculptors that have worked in Chicago...  Continued...  Pp 16 1994.97.1116
1994
Contemporary’s Attractions, Book Four, Birthplaces of Ideas (Soft Cover) (Published by Contemporary Books, Chicago)

Tiersky, Ethel; Chernoff, Maxine

"A four book reading series that takes students to some of our nation’s most popular tourist sites. Each book contains six stories about famous places, things, and people – and the fascinating facts behind them... (Back Cover) Chapter 3: "The House That Wright Built." Biographical information on Frank Lloyd Wright; Taliesin; His early years; Scandal; Tragedy; Taliesin today; What Wright built; Facts; Questions to ask, and an answer key. Includes a portrait and two photographs of Taliesin. 8 x 9.25 (First Edition) Pp 32-45 1994.87.0515
1994  DetailsOfFLW-CAWork 2.jpg (7870 bytes) Details of Frank Lloyd Wright, California Work 1909-74  (Hard Cover - DJ) Dunham, Judith Original HC List Price $35.00.  (First Edition) Pp 144 1994.03.0199
1994  Early Work 2.jpg (4425 bytes) Early Work of the Great Architect Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Gramercy) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Wijeveld, H. Th.; Introduction by Frazier, Nancy 1994 reprint.  Wendingen Edition.  Original HC List Price $22.95.  (First Edition) Pp 164 1604.04.1098
1994  Fallingwater-Phaidon 2.jpg (4519 bytes) Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright, Architecture in Detail  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Phaidon Press, Inc. London, New York) McCarter, Robert Original SC List Price $14.95.  11.5 x 11.5.  (First Edition) Pp 60 1994.15.1101
1994  First Impressions: Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) Rubin, Susan Goldman (Second Edition) Pp 92 1994.25.0103
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Taschen) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer presents the whole range of Frank Lloyd Wright's extraordinarily prolific output and shows clearly how his view of the world was a common factor throughout the rich diversity of his oeuvre. From his early prairie houses to the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Frank Lloyd Wright saw man as the focal point of an architecture closely bound up with nature. (Publisher’s description.) An appendix includes a biography, and completed works. Text in English, German and French. (Second Edition) Pp 175 1994.31.0604
1994  FLW-Pfeiffer 2.jpg (4592 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer presents the whole range of Frank Lloyd Wright's extraordinarily prolific output and shows clearly how his view of the world was a common factor throughout the rich diversity of his oeuvre. From his early prairie houses to the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Frank Lloyd Wright saw man as the focal point of an architecture closely bound up with nature. (Publisher’s description.) An appendix includes a biography, and completed works. Text in English, German and French. (First B&N Edition) Pp 175 1994.04.0800
1994   Frank Lloyd Wright: American System-Built Houses (Published by the Museum of Modern Art, New York)  MOMA A Portfolio Set of Six Prints. American System-Built Houses for the Richards Company.  1915-17. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. David Rockefeller, Jr. Fund, Ira Howard Levy Fund, and Jeffrey P. Klein Fund. Print © 1994 The Museum of Modern Art, New York 2956. Portfolio: 12.5 x 15.25, Individual Sheets: 12.25 x 15. (See individual Sheets.) (First Edition) Pp 6 1994.43.0506
1994  Wright&LeCorbusie 2.jpg (5345 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright & Le Corbusier: The Romantic Legacy  (Hard Cover - DJ)   (Published by Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK & New York) Etlin, Richard Original HC List Price $59.95.  (First Edition) Pp 222 1994.13.0501
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright and the Meaning of Material  (Hard Cover - DJ) Patterson, Terry L. Original HC List Price $46.95.  (First Edition) Pp 260 1994.30.0404
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect. (Soft Cover) (Published by The Museum of Modern Art, New York) Edited by Riley, Terence with Reed, Peter. Essays by: Alofsin, Anthony; Cronon, William; Frampton, Kenneth...

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, February 20 - May 10, 1994. Original SC List Price $29.95. 9.5 x 12. (First Edition)

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Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect. (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by The Museum of Modern Art, New York)

Edited by Riley, Terence with Reed, Peter. Essays by: Alofsin, Anthony; Cronon, William; Frampton, Kenneth... Published on the occasion of the exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, February 20 - May 10, 1994. Original HC List Price $65.00. 10 x 12.25. (First Edition) Pp 344 1994.35.0305
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright Chicagoland  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Gibbs-Smith Publisher, Salt Lake City) Heinz, Thomas A. A portfolio of Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings in the Chicago area, featuring Prairie style.  Original SC List Price $12.95.  7 x 8. Two copies. (First Edition) Pp 64 1994.26.1202 1994.45.0906
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings - Volume 4  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. New York) Ed Pfeiffer, Bruce B. 1939 - 1949. Handsomely illustrated with photographs, architectural drawings and plans, this fourth volume of Wright's collected writings bristles with his prickly, opinionated views.  Original HC List Price $60.00, SC List Price $40.00. (First Edition) Pp 384 1994.05.0199
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings - Volume 4  (Soft  Cover)  (Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. New York) Ed Pfeiffer, Bruce B. 1939 - 1949. Handsomely illustrated with photographs, architectural drawings and plans, this fourth volume of Wright's collected writings bristles with his prickly, opinionated views.  Original HC List Price $60.00, SC List Price $40.00. (First Edition) Pp 384 1994.37.0405
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright For Kids: His Life and Ideas (Soft Cover) (Published by Chicago Review Press, Chicago) Thorne-Thomsen, Kathleen Both a biography and an activity book, this great title brings you the story of a boy growing up on an American farm... a boy who sees structures and harmonies in the landscape around him in details such as the small yellow squares on an ear of corn and the patterns of freshly tilled soil. It is the story of a young man becoming a great architect as he uses his love of nature’s colors and shapes in his unique designs. Inventive activities help children understand and appreciate the...  Continued... Pp 138 1994.18.0102
1994  GlassArt-Heinz 2.jpg (9067 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright Glass Art  (Hard Cover - DJ) Heinz, Thomas Original HC List Price $90.00.  (First Edition) Pp 264 1994.06.0199
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Interiors and Furniture (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Academy Editions, A Division of John Wiley & Sons, West Sussex, and Ernst & Sohn, Hohenzollerndamm, Berlin) Heinz, Thomas Dust Jacket: "The scarcity of documentation that exists on the furniture of Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the twentieth century's most famous and influential architects and designers, has engendered much speculation as to what he actually contributed to the field of furniture design. No direct influence was exerted upon the young architect in this area, although the Arts & Crafts movement was of interest to Wright; his created designs reveal a response to his love of nature and the need...  Continued... Pp 264 1994.109.0318
1994  Fallingwater in 3D Studio: A Case Study and Tutorial (Published by Onward Press, Santa Fe, NM)  (Soft Cover) Sanchez, Laura & Alex Includes a 3.5 inch computer disc.  Original list price $80.95. 7 x 9. (First Edition) Pp 388 1994.42.0406
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright: Masterworks (Published by Universal Publishing, New York) Pfeiffer, Bruce B. 1995 Calendar.  Includes 25 illustrations.  13 x 13.  (First Edition) Pp 28 1994.47.0906
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Frank Lloyd Wright, Public Buildings. 1995 Desk Calendar (Published by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and Neues Publishing Company, New York) MOMA Printed on single sheets that are held up by a plastic CD case. Fourteen single sheets. Twelve illustrations of Wright’s public buildings. Completed buildings include Unity Temple and Marin County. Additional 10 uncompleted projects. Plastic CD case 4.75 x 5.5. Original list price $7.95. (First Edition) Pp 28 1994.73.1113
1994  Life&Homes-Lind 2.jpg (3546 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Life & Homes  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. A summary of Wright's life and career as well as dramatic color photographs of his three homes capture the essence of this innovative man who forever changed the way we look at the spaces around us. 23 color photographs, 14 black & white photographs. (Publisher’s description) Original cover price $9.95. (First Edition) Pp 57 1994.14.0901
1994  LostWright-Lind 2.jpg (8384 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Lost Buildings  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. As hard as it is to imagine, about 100 of Wright's buildings, one of every five built, have been demolished. Houses, apartment buildings and recreation and business structures all succumbed to real estate pressures, changing tastes or sheer neglect. This book by Carla Lind is the first to trace some of these major losses. Poignant illustrations document Wright's monumental achievements that are no longer around: the world-renowned Imperial Hotel, the festive Midway... Continued...  Pp 57 1994.07.0199
1994  wpe3B.jpg (2187 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie Houses (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. Hugging the ground, with low, sheltering roofs and spacious interiors, Wright's Prairie houses have long been favorites among his hundreds of buildings. This book details the origins of the style, showing typical features and furnishings, and walks readers through ten of the most fascinating examples. (Publisher’s description) Original cover price $9.95. (First Edition) Pp 57 1994.02.0401
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Houses (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, California)   Wright at a Glance Series. One of the architectural problems that challenged Frank Lloyd Wright throughout his career was how to provide moderate-cost houses that were every bit as good as more expensive ones. His solution was the Usonian house. This book presents a dozen of these innovative structures that became models for so many American houses. The Wright-at-a-Glance series showcases the work of one of the world's best-known architects. Comprising twelve books... Continued...  Pp 57 1994.98.0117
1994  Frank Lloyd Wright West (Soft Cover)  (Published by Gibbs-Smith Publishers, Salt Lake City) Heinz, Thomas A. A portfolio of public and private buildings showcasing Frank Lloyd Wright’s environment-specific designs in California, Arizona and Japan. Original SC list price $12.95. 7 x 8.  Two copies. (First Edition) Pp 64 1994.20.0402 1994.46.0906
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GA Houses 40: Global Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright 1 (Soft Cover) (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co. Ltd. Tokyo) McCarter, Robert Essays on Residential Masterpieces: Folded Space, Boundless Place. The Houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, Part 1: 1895-1915. "Throughout his extraordinary life, the design of the American house was the primary task and mission Frank Lloyd Wright gave himself as an architect. By studying these houses, and the fundamental ordering principles developed and presented therein, we may better understand Wright’s system of design. This essay is the first of three..." Includes...   Continued...  (First Edition) Pp 10-21 1994.74.1213
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GA Houses 43: Global Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright 3 (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co. Ltd. Tokyo) McCarter, Robert Essays on Residential Masterpieces: Woven Space, Anchored Place. The Houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, Part 3: 1935-1959. "...This essay is the third of three that together attempt to outline Wright’s design development throughout his career, and to indicate the critical part played in this development by his designs for houses. The essays are intended to make evident the consistent and systematic qualities underlying all of Wright’s designs... The extraordinary series of houses...   Continued...  (First Edition) Pp 10-23 1994.106.0617
1994  Great American Houses And Their Architectural Styles (Published by Abbeville Press, Publishers, New York, London, Paris) McAlester, Virginia and Lee; Photography By McLean, Alex Chapter 23: Dana Thomas House, Springfield, Illinois, Prairie Style. "Wright’s determination to open up the box is clearly evident in the Dan-Thomas House. Some fifteen different floor levels are found throughout the house. Balconies, elevated walkways, and overlooks are emphasized at every turn, creating many unusual and interlocking spaces." Includes 19 photographs, one floor plan and two illustrations. Drawings by Larry Boerder, Floor plan by Carol Boerder...   Continued...  (First Edition) Pp 348 1994.57.1109
1994  In The Landscape, 1995 Universal Calendar, Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover - Spiral Bound) Forward: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Original SC List Price $14.25. (First Edition) Pp 108 1994.01.0201
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My Father, Frank Lloyd Wright. (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville) Wright, John Lloyd; Intro: Menocal, Narciso G. "A New Edition Including Comments, Responses, and Documents By Frank Lloyd Wright and John Lloyd Wright." Jacket: "John assured his father that he would like the book and sent him a copy on its publication - March 29, 1946. A few days later, Frank Lloyd Wright returned it with numerous comments penciled in the margin, responding to what his son had written, and with a request that a new,  second copy be sent to him. John complied with the request but first transcribed not only...  Continue... Pp 231 1997.60.0314
1994  PicturingWright 2.jpg (4665 bytes) Picturing Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks) Guerrero, Pedro, E. Original HC List Price $29.95. (First Edition) Pp 176 1994.08.1200
1994  Prairie Art Glass Drawings. Drawings of windows designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. (Soft Cover)  (Published by Prairie Designs of California, Brisbane, CA) Casey, Dennis J. Contains twenty scale drawings of windows from houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.  It also contains detailed information about came and glass, including a chart showing came profiles and the style of came used in individual windows.  8.5 x 11.  Original SC List Price $13.50.  (First Edition) Pp 34 1994.22.0802
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Sullivan, Wright, and Elmslie. The Celtic Imagination and the Chicago School of Architecture. (Published by Kelmscott Enterprises, Inc.) Elliot, Scott "At the approach of the Twentieth Century a few of the leading architects and designers were calling for a return to nature as the guiding force in the construction and ornamentation of buildings and their furnishings... Wright’s use of ornament became increasingly restrained. Everything was symbolic. The circle represented infinity, the triangle structural unity, and the square integrity. The color red was the source of life. Wright’s personal insignia was a red square probably derived from the seal...  Continue... Pp 19 1994.104.0417
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The Art of Frank Lloyd Wright. January 20-February 20, 1994, The Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph, MI (Soft Cover with stiff dust wrapper) (Published by Kelmscott Enterprises, Inc., Chicago) A&B) Elliott, Scott; E) Dahlquist, Carol Mock-up exhibition catalog to accompany the exhibition with a special emphasis on Wright buildings in Southwest Michigan: Schultz, Anthony, Harper and the Snowflake Motel. Because it was a mock-up the binding was hand-sewn. The finished, printed catalogue was never produced with fewer than 50 preliminary mock-ups made, and according to Kelmscott, they have not been seen since. The museum would not approve a budget for the catalogues. Reproductions in B&W as well as 24 colored...  Continue... Pp 102 (unpaginated) 1994.105.0417
1994  The Fountainhead  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Plume, an imprint of Dutton Signet, a division of Penguin Books USA Inc., New York) Rand, Ayn The Fountainhead (based on Wright) has become an enduring piece of literature, more popular now than when published in 1943.  On the surface, it is a story of one man, Howard Roark, and his struggles as an architect in the face of a successful rival, Peter Keating, and a newspaper columnist, Ellsworth Toohey.  But the book addresses a number of universal themes: the strength of the individual, the tug between good and evil, the threat of fascism.  Original cover price $17.95.  6 x 9.  (Sixth Edition) Pp 736 1994.54.0507
1994  The Oral History of Modern Architecture. Interview with the Greatest Architects of the Twentieth Century (Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York) Peters, John Interview with many Architects including Wright.  Many of the chapters touch on Wright, with Chapter 7 devoted to Wright  (Pp 110-135).  Includes 24 photographs and four illustrations related to Wright on pages Cover, 3, 53, 82-3, 85, 89, 91-92, 97-8, 100, 110-133.  Also includes Audio CD with Peters interviewing Wright (10:22).  Original cover Price $75.00.  9.25 x 11.5. (First Edition) Pp 320 1994.50.0107
1994  The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum  (Published by the Guggenheim Museum Publications, New York)  (Hard Cover DJ) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Photographs by David Heald, William H. Short and Lee B. Ewing.  Includes 74 photographs and illustrations.  10.25 x 10.25.  Original HC List Price $14.95.  (First Edition) Pp 89 1994.16.0407
1994  The Trouble with Thin Ice (Hard Cover DJ) (Produced by HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. New York) Crespi, Camilla T. First published in 1993.  Novel, Fiction: Tensions rise at the Christmas Eve dinner, when local widow Elizabeth Dobson announces that she's selling Rock Perch, her Frank Lloyd Wright house. Original list price $18.00.  5.6 x 8.5. (Third Edition) Pp 275 1994.56.0907
1994 The Wright Family Library (Soft Cover) (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation Research Center, Oak Park, Illinois) Klinkow, Margaret "Of all the books that the Wright family acquired during their Oak Park years, a small but enlightening collection has been gathered together again in the Research Center of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation. The following list includes books owned by Frank Lloyd Wright, his wife Catherine, and their children, primarily, as well as books of Catherine’s parents, the Tobins, and Frank ‘s mother, Anne Wright." (Label on back cover $7.50.) 7 x 11. (First Edition) Pp 27 1994.71.0513
1994  The Wright Style, 1995 Engagement Calendar (Soft Cover) (Published by Pomegranate Calendar & Books, Rohnert Park, CA) Project Director: Maddex, Diane; Adapted: Lind, Carla Natural colors and materials, stylized designs, strong geometrics, wide open spaces, built-in furniture, brilliant siting - together, these features create the signature of Frank Lloyd Wright. No other architect in this century has left such a profound mark on how our buildings look: he indelibly changed the way we think about he spaces in which we live. Adapted from the book "The Wright Style" Lind, 1992. Includes many detailed images of Wright’s work. Original list price $12.95. 6.5 x 9. (First Edition) Pp 112 1994.68.0912
1994  They All Fall Down. Richard Nickel’s Struggle to Save America’s Architecture (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by The Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D.C.) Cahan, Richard "Nickel also drove to Taliesin in Wisconsin to interview Frank Lloyd Wright. Sleepy at first, the 85-year-old Wright later gruffly monopolized the conversation offering little help and putting Nickel off... A year later... Wright must have been impressed by Nickel. He told Richard that his photos of the Bartlesville, Oklahoma, skyscraper were the best he had ever seen and seemed surprised that Nickel had discovered Adler and Sullivan’s Loeb Apartments ..." page...   Continued...   (First Edition) Pp 261 1994.67.0512
1994  Urban Utopias in the Twentieth Century: Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier. (Soft Cover) (Published by MIT Press) Fishman, Robert First published in soft cover by MIT Press in 1982. "As Robert Fishman writes of three of urban planning's greatest visionaries, Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, they 'hated the cities of their time with an overwhelming passion. The metropolis was the counter-image of their ideal cities, the hell that inspired their heavens. 'Urban Utopias in the Twentieth Century’ is the story of the dreams of these three men, each of whom saw the salvation of civilization in his own...  Continued... Pp 332 1982.03.0301
1994  WrightInHollywood 2.jpg (7407 bytes) Wright in Hollywood  (Hard Cover - DJ) Sweeney, Robert L. Original HC List Price $58.00. (First Edition) Pp 271 1994.09.0500
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Andersen Art Glass Collection (Soft Cover) (Published by the Andersen Corporation, Bayport, MN) Andersen Corporation Catalog for the Frank Lloyd Wright Series of window and patio doors. Includes information about Wright, quotes, and a time line. Includes four reproductions: Colonnade (Unity Temple); Prairie Rhythm (Avery Coonley home); Wichita (Henry J. Allen home); and Eucalyptus (Ennis home). Includes fifteen photographs and many illustrations. 11 x 8.5. (First Edition) Pp 16 1995.49.0809
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Architecture and Construction  (Hard Cover, Library Binding)  (Published by Scholastic Voyages of Discovery, New York, Toronto, London, Auckland, Sydney) Scholastic Voyages of Discovery First published in France in1994 under the title “L’art de construire” by Editions Gallimard Jeunesse. This is excellent for children to learn the different works of architecture around the world. It also shows how the structures were made and stories about famous architects.  Chapter 13: The House on the Waterfall.  Includes six photographs related to Fallingwater.  Original cover price $19.95. 8 x 9.  (First Edition) Pp 26, 26a&b, 27 1995.47.0707
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A Taliesin Legacy: Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Apprentices  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Van Nostrand Reinhold) Guggenheimer, Tobias S. Original HC List Price $64.95.  (First Edition) Pp 256 1995.23.0702
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Dana House - Frank Lloyd Wright  (Stiff Soft Cover) Heinz, Thomas Original SC List Price $30.00.  (First Edition) Pp 80 1995.01.1199
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Down To Earth, Insiders view of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Tomek House  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Southern Illinois University Press) Moran, Maya Original HC List Price $39.950, SC List Price $24.95. (First Edition) Pp 133 1995.02.0800
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Finding the Wright Places in California (Soft Cover) (Published by H.J. Michel Publishing Services for Hollyhocks / the Bookstore, Hollyhock House, Los Angeles) Michel, Henry J. "This guide book contains detailed maps and directions. It is illustrated with computer-art images of the featured Frank Lloyd Wright buildings and with photographs of the art glass, furniture and ornamentation of his famous Hollyhock House." (Back cover) Original list price $8.95. 5.5 x 8.5 (Second Edition) Pp 87 1995.74.0415
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Frank Lloyd Wright: 1996 Engagement Calendar (Soft Cover, Spiral Bound) (Published by te Neues Publishing Company, New York) te Neues Publishing Company "Frank Lloyd Wright is America’s most famous architect and many would argue its greatest. Born in 1967, Wright grew up in rural Wisconsin in the decades following the Civil War and witnessed nearly a century of unprecedented technological invention and scientific discovery before his death at the threshold of the space Age in 1959..." Includes one portrait and 28 illustrations. Original list price $13.95. 6.5 x 8.5 Pp 92 1995.80.0516
1995 Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture Collection (Soft Cover) (Published by E & FN Spon, An Imprint of Chapman & Hall, London, Glasgow, Weinheim, New York, Tokyo, Melbourn, Madras. First published in French in 1986 by Fernand Hazan, Paris) Treiber, Daniel "This study was undertaken in 1974 at the request of Henri Bonnemazou." From the cover flap: "In this monograph on the varied, remarkable and unusual work of Frank Lloyd Wright, Daniel Treiber sets out to trace the great metaphors of this original art of construction. This is an indispensable tool for anyone who wishes to find out about the architecture of the 20th century and about one of its most exceptional and topical masters." Originally published in French in 1986.  Original SC List Price $54.95. 7 x 9.75 (First English Edition) Pp 136 1995.28.0603
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Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings - Volume 5  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. New York) Ed Pfeiffer, Bruce B. This volume contains the last ten years of the writings of Frank Lloyd Wright (1869-1959), including the famous works "The Natural House" (1954), "A Testament" (1957), and "The Living City" (1958). Also includes "Beauty". Original Hard Cover list price $60.00. 8x10. (First Edition) Pp 352 1995.03.0199
1995 CollectedWritings5 2.jpg (9499 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings - Volume 5  (Soft Cover)  (Published Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. New York) Ed Pfeiffer, Bruce B. This volume contains the last ten years of the writings of Frank Lloyd Wright (1869-1959), including the famous works "The Natural House" (1954), "A Testament" (1957), and "The Living City" (1958). Also includes "Beauty". Original Soft Cover list price $40.00. 8x10.  (First Edition) Pp 352 1995.42.0405
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Frank Lloyd Wright Collection of Surimono  (Hard Cover - DJ) Mirviss, Joan B. Original HC List Price $70.00.  (First Edition) Pp 313 1995.04.1000
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Frank Lloyd Wright, Designs for Living, A Book of Postcards Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Artbooks Frank Lloyd Wright (1867 - 1959) helped change the shape of American houses. In his seventy-year career, he designed more than three hundred residences. From his first house - his own home in Oak Park, Illinois, begun in 1889 - to his last, Wright experimented with a variety of materials and techniques to find the most effective designs for living. He called all his works organic architecture – buildings that grew from the site, the materials and the needs of the...  Continue... Pp 64 1995.68.0913
1995 Frank Lloyd Wright In Word and Form (Soft Cover) (Published by G.K. Hall & Co., Simon & Schuster Macmillan, New York) Hertz, David Michael Considers Wright’s architectural vision in light of his extensive writings. Original SC List Price $30.00, HC List Price $85.00. 6 x 9.25. (First SC Edition) Pp 171 1995.40.0205
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Frank Lloyd Wright: No Passing Fancy. A Pictorial History (Soft Cover) (Published by Betty K. Pppas, St. Louis, Missouri) Pappas, Bette Koprivica Theodore and Bette Pappas Residence. Preface: For the last thirty years people have asked my husband and me how we came to choose Frank Lloyd Wright as our architect. Did we get to meet him personally? Was he very expensive? What was it like living in a home designed by him? Once, a woman came up to us at a dinner party, after learning Mr. Wright had designed a home for us, and asked is she could touch us. During our twenty years of occupancy, from 1964 to 1984, we have given...  Continue... Pp 57 1995.89.0517
1995 Frank Lloyd Wright: Prairie Houses. 1996 Pocket Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Calendar & Books, Rohnert Park, CA) Maddex, Diane, Project Director Pocket calendar includes photographs of Wright designed homes and text to accompany. Original list price $6.95. 3.5 x 5.75. (First Edition) Pp 95 1995.52.1109
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dining Rooms  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. Furnished with high-backed chairs in a room of their own or tucked into a corner of the living room, Frank Lloyd Wright's dining areas represent some of his most perfectly conceived interior spaces. Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms pictures more than two dozen of his best designs and traces the changes in his own way of thinking about how people should dine. (Publisher’s description Original cover price $9.95. (First Edition) Pp 57 1995.24.1002
1995 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fireplaces  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. As Wright's houses changed over the course of his career, one dominant feature remained constant: a fireplace. In all he designed more than one thousand, each meant to anchor the home architecturally and spiritually. This book captures the appeal hearths held for Wright, showing the many variations he achieved. (Publisher’s description)  (Second Edition) Pp 57 1995.30.0404
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Furnishings  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. From built-in furniture to lighting, textiles, tableware, and mosaics, this book introduces readers to the wealth of interior objects that bear the Wright imprint. Not afterthoughts, but parts of the architectural whole, Wright's furnishings and decorative pieces created a sense of repose--the key in his mind, to a proper home. (Publisher’s description) (Second Edition) Pp 57 1995.05.0199
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Glass Designs  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. Glass offered Wright an ideal medium through which to accomplish his goal of opening up Americans' living spaces. This book explores many facets of the architect's work with this "magical material", including his world-renowned art glass designs. The Wright-at-a-Glance series showcases the work of one of the world's best-known architects. Comprising little twelve books in all, this series offers an overview of Wright's life, buildings, and designs. (Publisher’s description) (Fourth Edition) Pp 57 1995.06.1299
1995 Frank Lloyd Wright: The Phoenix Papers. Volume I: Broadacre City (Published by the Herberger Center for Design Excellence, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Arizona State University ; Tucson, Ariz. Tempe, AZ . Distributed by the University of Arizona Press.) Project Editor Zygas, Paul K. "Thirty-five years after his death, interest in his creative work, accomplished over a period of more than seventy years, is at an all-time high..." A compilation of essays from a symposium hosted by Arizona State University on February 2, 1991, and an exhibition February 2, 1991 to present (1994). Authors include: Gary Herberger, John Meunier, H. Allen Brooks, K. Paul...  Continue... Pp 162 1995.59.0112
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Frank Lloyd Wright: The Phoenix Papers. Volume II: Natural Pattern of Structure (Soft Cover) (Published by the Herberger Center for Design Excellence, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Arizona State University ; Tucson, Ariz. Tempe, AZ . Distributed by the University of Arizona Press.) (Published after the symposium and concurrent exhibition by the same title that was held in 1991.) Project Editor Johnson, Linda Nelson "Frank Lloyd Wright’s hold over the imagination of the American public is greater today than at any time since he began to design buildings in the 1880s. His extant works of architecture, including public sites such as his own Home and Studio, Fallingwater, and the Guggenheim Museum, are visited by literally hundreds of thousands of people every year..." Authors include: Jeffrey M. Chusid, Lionel March, Donald P. Hallmark, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, and Linda Nelson Johnson. The exhibition was held at the...  Continue... Pp 159 1995.84.1116
1995 Grove Park Inn Arts & Crafts Conference 1995 (Soft Cover) Frank Lloyd Wright "The Art and Craft of the Machine". Reprint of an address before the Hull House in Chicago, 1903. (First Edition) Pp 36-37 1995.33.0504
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Prairie Art Glass Drawings Volume 2.  Drawings of windows from houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. (Soft Cover)  (Published by Prairie Designs of California, Brisbane, CA) Casey, Dennis J. Contains twenty scale drawings of windows designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. This volume also describes how the windows were sized without changing the scale of the design.  It also contains a chart showing came profiles and the style of came used individual windows. 8.5 x 11.  Original SC List Price $14.50.  (First Edition) Pp 35 1995.27.1102
1995 Taliesin, The Work of a Lifetime (Published by the Taliesin Preservation Commission, Spring Green, Wisconsin) Taliesin Preservation Commission Descriptive booklet pertaining to Taliesin, Spring Green. Includes history of Taliesin and additional descriptive sections on Hillside, Midway Farm, Romeo and Juliet, Tan-Y-Deri, Unity Chapel, Wright’s Landscape and the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor’s Center. 11.5 x 8.5. (First Edition) Pp 20 1995.63.0413
1995 The Covers of Wendingen 1918-1931 (Soft Cover, Spiral bound) (Published by 010 Publishers, Rotterdam, Netherlands) Oldewarris, Hans "The Dutch magazine Wendingen was published from 1918 to 1931. Initiated by the architect Wijdeveld its first issue caused a sensation. There was nothing about its exceptional square format, its typography or binding that related to the typographic style of the day. Its pages are attached as in a Japanese block book, were stitched together with raffia. Here, for the first time, the covers of all 116 issues of Wendingen are reproduced in full colour. ...the absolute peak without a doubt came...  Continue... Pp 68 1995.62.0113
1995 The Great Achievements of the Oak Park Years.  Frank Lloyd Wright, Early Visions. The complete Frank Lloyd Wright: Ausgeführte Bauten of 1911, Supplemented by Additional Illustrations From Frank Lloyd Wright: Chicago, 1911. (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Gramercy Books, New York.) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Forward by: Frazier, Nancy; English Translation: Goldstein, Brigitte This Gramercy edition is an unabridged reproduction of the Ausgeführte Bauten, a collection of photographs of architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright that was first published in Berlin by Ernst Wasmuth in 1911. C. R. Ashbee’s introduction and all of the captions have been newly translated from the original German for this edition. A German-English glossary of terms found in the ground plans is also included. Another unique feature of this Gramercy edition is a special section containing...  Continue... Pp 166 1732.04.1298 1732.04.0607
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The Prairie School: Design Vision for the Midwest  (Soft Cover) Foreword by Twombly, Robert Art Institute of Chicago, Museum Studies. Original SC List Price $10.50.  (First Edition) Pp 192 1995.13.0102
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The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum  (Published by the Guggenheim Museum Publications, New York)  (Hard Cover DJ) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Photographs by David Heald, William H. Short and Lee B. Ewing.  Includes 74 photographs and illustrations.  10.25 x 10.25.  Original HC List Price $14.95.  (Second Edition) Pp 89 1995.45.1101
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The Wright House for Chi of Sigma Chi (Soft Cover, Spiral Bound) (Republished by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Leavenworth, Russell E. A revised, corrected and enlarged edition of an earlier volume originally published in 1989. After a fire in November, 1940, Russell Leavenworth recounts his quest to have Frank Lloyd Wright design a new fraternity house for his chapter at Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana. This edition includes correspondence, floor plans, drawings, their trip to Taliesin, Spring Green, meeting Wright, the battle over the Wright design, the chairman of the house resigning and Leavenworth...  Continue... Pp 99 1995.75.1015
1995
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Understanding Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture  (Soft Cover) Hoffmann, Donald Original SC List Price $10.95. (First Edition) Pp 102 1995.07.0500
1995
Usonien: When Democracy Builds (Hard Cover) (Published by Verlag Gebr. Mann, Berlin) Wright, Frank Lloyd First published in the U.S. in 1945. First published in German in 1950. This edition appears to be a reprint, using the original 1950 German/English plates, and also includes an additional section, "Nachwort Von Bernd Nicolai (Epilogue from Bernd Nicolai) pages 167-171. In 1932 Wright published his classic indictment on the city as "The Disappearing City". Wright continued to work on his thesis and in 1945 republished it as "When Democracy Builds". Copyright 1945... (Sweeney 800)  Continue... Pp 170 +Plates 0800.01.1217
1995 Wright Architecture 1996 Calendar (Published by Universal Publishing, A Division Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Photographs by Paul Rocheleau Includes 13 photographs. Original list price $11.95. 13 x 13. (First Edition) Pp 28 1995.46.0407
1995 Wright in Arizona: The Early Work of Pedro E. Guerrero. A selection of Photographs from the Pedro E. Guerrero collection.  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Arizona State University, Herberger Center for Design Excellence, Phoenix) Boyle, Bernard Michael Catalog for an exhibition at the Gallery of Design, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Arizona State University, 8 January - 2 February 1996. 1200 copies of this catalog were printed.  Original SC List Price $19.95. (First Edition) Pp 47 1995.31.0404
1995 Wright Design. Frank Lloyd Wright. A Universal 1996 Calendar (Copyright 1991 by Domino’s Center for Architecture and Design. Published by Universal Publishing, a division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Domino’s Center for Architecture and Design Frank Lloyd Wright and Architectural Photography. The Chicago firm of Henry Fuermann & Sons collaborated with Wright in documenting his early commissions. Evidence indicates that Wright participated in the process by arranging furnishings and selecting perspective views. In 1989, The Domino’s Center for Architecture & Design purchased an important collection of 200 glass negatives by Henry Fuermann & Sons, and a few unidentified photographers. This...  Continue... Pp 112 1995.58.0112
1995 Wright Sites In and Around Chicago.  Special Edition for the ABA (American Booksellers Association) Show held June 3-5 1995 in Chicago.  (Soft Cover) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press) Edited by Sanderson, Arlene This was a hand out (Not for Sale) to promote the revised edition of Wright Sites. It included only Wright Sites in Chicago.  (2004: The publisher's recollection was that a couple hundred copies were published.  (First Edition) Pp 16 1995.32.0404
1995 Wright Sites: A guide to Frank Lloyd Wright Public Places. (Soft Cover(Published by Princeton Architectural Press) Edited by Sanderson, Arlene Revised Edition.  Original SC List Price $12.95. (Second Edition) Pp 128 1995.37.0904
1996
1996 Andersen Art Glass Collection (Published by the Andersen Corporation, Bayport, MN) Andersen Corporation Catalog for the Andersen Art Glass Collection which includes a section for the Frank Lloyd Wright Series of window and patio doors. Includes four reproductions: Colonnade (Unity Temple); Prairie Rhythm (Avery Coonley home); Wichita (Henry J. Allen home); and Eucalyptus (Ennis home). Includes fourteen photographs pertaining to the Wright reproductions. 8.5 x 11. (First Edition) Pp 10 1996.62.0809
1996
Christie’s Collectibles: Art Deco Ceramics  (Hard Cover - Library Binding) Hay, Jane The Connoisseur’s Guide Original List Price $12.95.  (First Edition) Pp 9, 77 1996.02.0301
1996
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Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Romance With Nature  (Hard Cover - DJ) Waggoner, Lynda S. Original HC List Price $18.95. (First Edition) Pp 80 1996.04.1199
1996
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Famous Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover) LaFontaine, Bruce Original SC List Price $5.00. (Coloring Book) (First Edition) Pp 47 1996.14.0601
1996 First National Bank of Dwight Collection 1905-1920 (Published by the Ryerson & Burnham Archives, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago) Ryerson & Burnham Archives The collection was given to the Burnham Library in 1969 by the First National Bank of Dwight, Illinois. The collection contains approximately four hundred items. 8.5 x 11. Pp 9 1996.60.0309
1996
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Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble, Inc., New York, by arrangement with Brompton Books Corp., Greenwich, CT.) Hart, Spencer Fourth Reprint 1996.  Hard cloth cover has been changes to black in this edition. Color of text on cover and colored end plates are dark red. 12x10.  (Fourth Edition) Pp 128 1996.05.1199
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright: Blank Book.  (Published by te Neuss Publishing Company, New York and te Neuss Verlog, Germany) te Neuss Publishing Company Wright illustration of Guggenheim Museum (1943) wraps around cover, spine and back cover.  A blank book with lines pages, a journal. 5.5 x 8.5.  (First Edition) Pp 80 1996.46.0205
1996 Frank Lloyd Wright: Blank Book.  (Published by te Neuss Publishing Company, New York and te Neuss Verlog, Germany) te Neuss Publishing Company Wright illustration of "Seacliff"  (project, 1943) wraps around cover, spine and back cover.  A blank book with lines pages, a journal. 5.5 x 8.5.  (First Edition) Pp 80 1996.45.0205
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright Design (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble, New York, by arrangement with Saturn Books Limited) Costantino, Maria Over 100 full-color reproductions. 9.75x13.  (Second Edition) Pp 128 1996.06.1199
1996
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Designs for American Landscape 1922-1932  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, in association with the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, and the Library of Congress, Washington D.C.) Delong, David G.; Spirn, Anne Wheston; Peatross, C. Ford; Sweeney, Robert L. Published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name, which was exhibited at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal from June 18 to September 22, 1996, and the Library of Congress, Washington D.C., fall of 1996.  Four essays are illustrated with 179 original drawings.  Original HC List Price $45.00.  9.25 x 12.  (First Edition) Pp 207 1996.07.0299
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Designs for American Landscape 1922-1932  (Soft Cover)  (Published by the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal) Delong, David G. Text in French and English. Published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name, at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal from June 18 to September 22, 1996.  Includes 15 color plates.  8 x 9.25.  Original SC List Price $15.95 Canadian ($11.75 US)  (First Edition) Pp 43 1996.22.0402
1996 Frank Lloyd Wright, Early Masterpieces, 1997 Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Calendars & Books, Rohnert Park, CA, in cooperation with the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Project Director: Maddex, Diane; Editorial Assistant: Flis, Kristi Frank Lloyd Wright launched his prolific seventy-five year career with an intensely creative period known as his ‘first golden age’. .. The energy and imagination of this period are reflected in these photographs of Wright’s early masterpieces..." Includes 25 photographs of: The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio; Charnley House; Unity Temple; Heller House; Thomas House; Robie House and the Dana-Thomas House. Original list price $11.95. 13.25 x 12. (First Edition) Pp 28 1996.69.1112
1996
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Frank Lloyd Wright East  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Gibbs-Smith Publisher, Salt Lake City) Heinz, Thomas A. From Fallingwater to the Guggenheim Museum, thirty photographs celebrate a broad range of Wright’s styles in the East.  Original SC List Price $12.95.  7 x 8. (Fourth Edition) Pp 64 1996.08.1199
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright - Field Guide, Volume 1, Upper Great Lakes  (Soft Cover) Heinz, Thomas Original SC List Price $40.00.  (First Edition) Pp 168 1996.01.0201
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright, Force of Nature  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Todtri Productions Limited, New York) Nash, Eric Peter Frank Lloyd Wright was the avator of American Architecture. His highly original aesthetic and singular philosophy placed him, during his lifetime, in the forefront of modern architecture and resulted in a doctrine for American building design that continues to this day. This volume is a spirited introduction to the designs of an architectural master, showcasing his public and private work from the early Prairie Houses to the splendid S. C. Johnson buildings and the controversial Guggenheim...  Continue... Pp 80 1996.09.1199
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Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, Oak Park (Hard Cover DJ) (Published in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation by Edition Axel Menges, Stuttgart, Germany) Harrington, Elaine; Photographs by Hedrich-Blessing Opus 23. "It was in his house in Oak Park that Frank Lloyd Wright made his first contributions to the modern movement. In 1889 he designed the first part of the house, in 1895 he added to it for his wife, Catherine, and their family, and in 1898 for his architectural practice. The entire building was a learning laboratory of modern architecture. While not a Prairie School house, it led to the development of the Prairie School. Wright's constant changes to this complex paralleled the...  Continue... Pp 56 1996.77.0416
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Maverick Architect (Hard Cover - DJ) Davis, Frances A. Davis tells the story of a brilliant architect - sometimes difficult, sometimes controversial, but always dedicated to finding new ways to share his vision with the world.  6.25 x 8.75. Original HC List Price $25.26.  (First Edition) Pp 128 1996.24.0602
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright Midwest  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Gibbs-Smith Publisher, Salt Lake City) Heinz, Thomas Original SC List Price $12.95.  7 x 8.  (Fourth Edition) Pp 64 1996.10.0599
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright’s California Houses  (Hard Cover - DJ) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. Always an experimenter, in the 1920's Wright debuted an innovative building system with four striking houses in the Los Angeles area. This book features these internationally renowned compositions and a fifth that shares their exotic form. (Publisher’s description) Original cover price $9.95. (First Edition) Pp 57 1996.25.0802
1996 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana House (Soft Cover) Hoffmann, Donald Original SC List Price $14.95.  (First Edition) Pp 116 1996.41.0904
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. Probably the most famous modern house in America, Fallingwater---the Pennsylvania country home placed right over a waterfall---was Frank Lloyd Wright's greatest triumph. This book captures the spirit of this exceptional design, tracing its creation and construction as well as showing its breathtaking interior and exterior spaces. (Publisher’s description) Original cover price $9.95. (First Edition) Pp 57 1996.26.0802
1996
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fifty Views of Japan (Soft Cover) (Published by Promegranate Artbooks) Edited by Birk, Melanie (1905 Photo Album)  Original SC List Price $20.00.  (First Edition) Pp 128 1996.11.0199
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright’s First Houses  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. Wright first came to fame with his airy Prairie houses, but before designing any of them he built or remodeled many other houses, most of them in the Chicago area in which he lived. This book presents a dozen of his earliest works from 1891 to 1897 and shows how he developed his distinctive architecture. (Publisher’s description) Original cover price $9.95. (First Edition) Pp 57 1996.27.0802
1996
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Public Buildings  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Lind, Carla Wright at a Glance Series. Renowned as an architect of houses, Frank Lloyd Wright also created revolutionary designs for offices, theaters, schools, churches, and other public buildings. Frank Lloyd Wright's Public Buildings surveys the broad range of the architect's nonresidential work and features some of Wright's best-loved structures. (Publisher’s description) Original cover price $9.95. Two Copies. (First Edition) Pp 57 1996.23.0602 1996.28.0802
1996 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpieces 1997 Engagement Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Calendars & Books, Rohnert Park, CA) Korab, Balthazar Includes exterior and interior images of Wright homes. Original List Price $13.95. 6.75 x 9.  (First Edition) Pp 112 1996.59.1007
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Goff on Goff, Conversations and Lectures (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by the University of Oklahoma Press, Norman and London) Edited and with an Introduction by Welch, Philip B.; Foreword: Dyson, Arthur "Architect Bruce Goff was not afraid to be different. One of the most innovative designers the United States has produced in the twentieth century - a member of a select band that included Frank Lloyd Wright (with whom Goff worked), Louis Sullivan, and Mies Van der Rohe - he rode the crest of the architectural wave that swept through the country with the post-World War II technological revolution. In the 1950s, when Goff was head of the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture...  Continue... Pp 338 1996.80.1117
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Great People of the 20th Century  (Hard Cover) Time Editors Chapter on Wright.  (First Edition) Pp 159, 180 1996.16.0801
1996 Kentuck Knob  (Soft Cover) Waggoner, Susan (First Edition) Pp 18 1996.37.0404
1996
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Lost Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Simon & Schuster, New York) Lind, Carla Original HC List Price $35.00. (First Edition) Pp 177 1996.13.0599
1996 Pope-Leighey House (Published by the National Trust for Historic Preservation) Pretzer, Michael Adapted from an article by Pretzer which originally appeared in the March/April 1994 Historic Preservation. Includes 3/4" removable banner wrap.  Original SC List Price $6.50.  4.5 x 8. (First Edition) Pp 16 1996.48.0406
1996 Private Homes: Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright. 1997 Calendar  (Published by te Neues Publishing Company, New York and te Neues Verlag, Kemper, Germany) te Neues Publishing Introduction describing Wright's life and work is printed in English and German.  Includes 12 full page illustrations and 13 small photographs and illustrations.  Original list price $12.95.  11.75 x 11.75. (First Edition) Pp 28 1996.55.1106
1996
The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Princeton University Press) Levine, Neil Original HC List Price $85.00. (Third Edition) Pp 524 1996.34.0902
1996
The House Beautiful (Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright in 1896-1897) (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Gannett, William Channing; Arthur, John This centennial edition is the first trade edition to reproduce the full text, gravure photographs, and Wright's design of the original. Each page of the original was photographed and reproduced (on a slightly smaller scale) to duplicate as closely as possible the delicate, elegant quality of Wright and Winslow's hand printing. The twelve gravure photographs are included in an introductory section, and a foreword by art historian and independent curator John Arthur has...  Continue...  Pp 80 1996.12.0600
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The Master Builders: Le Corbusier, Mies Van Der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover) (Published by W.W. Horton & Company, New York, London) Blake, Peter Section 3 (15 Chapters): "Frank Lloyd Wright: and the Mastery of Space".  Reissued in 1996. First  Edition of the 1996 Version Original SC List Price $18.95.  5.5 x 8. (Sweeney 1997) Pp 285 -412 1997.01.0202
1996 The Prairie School: Frank Lloyd Wright and His Midwest Contemporaries (Soft Cover) (Published by W. W. Norton & Company, New York, London) Brooks, H. Allen First published in 1972 by the University of Toronto Press. First published as a Norton paperback in 1976. Republished in 1996. "One of the most original and dynamic developments in American architecture, the Prairie School was a regional manifestation of the international revolt and reform which occurred in the visual arts during the early years of the century. Inspired by Louis Sullivan and given guidance and prominence by Frank Lloyd Wright, the members of the movement...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1869) Pp 373 1996.63.0510
1996 20th Century Fine Paintings, March 3, 1996  (Published by Treadway Gallery, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Treadway Gallery, Inc. Arts & Crafts featuring the collection of David Allswang of Oakland, CA. Includes five items by Wright. Lot 433 Imperial Hotel chair 1930 which sold for $5,000 and Lot 437 (cover) Rendering of “A play resort and sports club for Huntingtron Hartford” which sold for $65,000 plus a 10% buyer's premium.  Includes five photographs including the cover.  Also includes final sale results.  Original list price $30.00.  8.5 x 11.  (First Edition) Pp 174 1996.57.0107
1996 Unity Temple: Frank Lloyd Wright and Architecture for Liberal Religion (Soft Cover (HC Published by Cambridge University Press) Siry, Joseph M. Original HC List Price $79.95, SC List Price $34.99.  (First Edition) Pp 365 1996.42.0904
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Wright Architecture - 1997 Calendar Universe Publishing Photographs by Farrell Grehan.  Original List Price $10.95.  (First Edition) Pp 24 1996.20.0102
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Architecture Source Book  (Hard Cover - DJ) Gibberd, Vernon References to Wright.  (First Edition)   Pp 192 1997.01.0399
1997 Barnsdall Park, A New Master Plan for Frank Lloyd Wright‘s California Romanza (Published by Spacemaker Press, Washington D.C., Cambridge, MA) Simo, Melanie; Forward: Smith, Kathryn The Barnsdall Park Master Plan was prepared by Peter Walker William Johnson and Partners for the City of Los Angeles, Department of Recreation and Parks. Featuring historic photographs and drawings by Frank Lloyd Wright, this...  Continue... Pp 63 1997.46.1109
1997 Bexley Heath Ltd.: Spring 1997 (Bexley Heath Ltd., Grand Rapids, MI) Bexley Heath Ltd.; Heinz, Thomas A. Bexley Heath Ltd. is proud to present reproductions of design by Frank Lloyd Wright selected by Thomas A. Heinz. Includes 16 Wright reproductions. They include four chairs: the Dana tall back dining chair; the Larkin slant back chair; the Reclining spindle chair and the Martin barrel chair. Two...  Continue... Pp 12 1997.45.0709
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Bexley Heath Ltd.: Fall1997 Price List (Published by Bexley Heath Ltd., Grand Rapids, Michigan) Bexley Heath Ltd.; Heinz Price list for the Bexley Heath Ltd. Line of Frank Lloyd Wright reproductions. Includes prices and illustrations of 16 Wright reproductions that include: four chairs: the Dana tall back dining chair; the Larkin slant back chair; the Reclining spindle chair and the Martin barrel chair. Three lamps: The wood table lamp and the Sherman Booth wood floor lamp, and the addition of the Taliesin Pole lamp not included in the Spring catalog. Six tables: the Octagonal leg extension table first...  Continue... Pp 14 1997.65.0413
1997 Books on Frank Lloyd Wright, 1997/98 (Soft Cover) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation "Our catalog for 1997 contains 162 listings - everything in print - on Frank Lloyd Wright. Includes ten illustrations. Acquired on a visit to the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. Original price, no charge. 5.5 x 8.5. (First Edition)  Pp 28 1997.53.0698
1997 Chicago Days. 150 Defining Moments in the Life of a Great City (Soft Cover) (Published by Cantigny First Division Foundation, Wheaton, Illinois.) Staff of the Chicago Tribune, Edited by Swanson, Stevenson "Frank Lloyd Wright’s First House. With a loan from ‘Lieber Meister,’ the young architect begins his search for new style. August 19, 1889, The Chicago Tribune. His employer had just given him a five-year contract and yet, already supremely self-confident at the age of twenty-two, Frank Lloyd...  Continue... Pp 276 1997.48.0510
1997 Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright  (Published by Barnes & Noble Books, New York by arrangement with Phaidon Press Limited, London) (Hard Cover DJ) McCarter, Robert First published in 1994 by Phaidon Press, Inc.  London.  Includes history of Fallingwater, original drawings, photographs and detailed drawings.  12 x 12. (Second Edition)   Pp 60 1997.41.0407
1997
Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) Thomson, Iain Original HC List Price $24.95.  9.5 x 12.25.  (First Edition)  Pp 256 1997.20.0602
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Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Phaidon Press Limited, London) McCarter, Robert This book provides a comprehensive critical overview of the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the great masters of modern architecture. Beautifully illustrated with a wealth of photographs of many of Wright's best known buildings, Frank Lloyd Wright explores the key themes in the architect's work, presenting the consistent and systematic qualities that underlie all of his designs. Robert McCarter's text analyses Wright's work chronologically, emphasizing key designs and work relating to that...  Continue... Pp 368 1997.62.0514
1997
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Frank Lloyd Wright - A Gatefold Portfolio (Hard Cover Library Binding Spiral Bound) Sommer, Robin Langley Includes some of Wright's most celebrated residential, public, and religious structures, including Wright's . Home and Studio, Thomas House, Dana-Thomas House, Unity Temple, Robie House, Storer House, Ennis-Brown House, Taliesin (Hillside), Fallingwater, Wingspread, Taliesin West...  Continue... Pp 134 1997.04.0599
1997
Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan (Published by the Stichting Siebold Council, Japan. Special cooperation: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Phoenix Art Museum. Sponsored by Imperial Hotel, Ltd.) Hata, Shinji Catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan", at five different museums from January 4 - September 21, 1997. Printed in Japanese. Supervised by Hiroyuki Kano, Bruce Brooks Preiffer. Produced by Penny Fowler, Margo Stipe, Kikuko Inoue, Kazumi Yagi, Yoichiro Mizuguchi. Covers Wright’s relationship with Japan and Japanese influence on Wright. Includes a section on the Imperial Hotel, Taliesin, Japanese prints, Japanese fans, Japanese...  Continue... Pp 168 1997.58.1213
1997 Wright&LeCorbusie 2.jpg (5345 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier: The romantic legacy (Soft Cover)  (Published by Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK & New York) Etlin, Richard (Second Edition)  8.5 x 11.  Pp 222 1997.34.0506
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Frank Lloyd Wright: A Retrospective View  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Grange Books, an imprint of Grange Books Pic, London) Copplestone, Trewin This volume is a tribute to the man who remains as controversial and widely-discussed as he was in his own lifetime. Here is a survey of his finest buildings, complete with floor plans, architectural renderings, and full-color photographs of interiors, exteriors, and architectural details...  Continue... Pp 112 1997.03.0599
1997

Frank Lloyd Wright: Cassina I Maestri

Cassina USA Cassina Catalogue is in four languages. Includes photos and illustrations for a line of Wright reproduced furniture. 16 pieces of furniture in the line. Stitched into the center spread is a large 13 x 32" reproduction of the Fallingwater rendering. (First Edition) Pp 44 1997.29.0404
1997 Frank Lloyd Wright - Field Guide, Vol 2, MetroChicago (Stiff Soft Cover) (Published in Great Britain by Academy Editions, a division of John Wiley & Sons, West Sussex) Heinz, Thomas The Frank Lloyd Wright Field Guide series provides the first comprehensive visitors' guide to all of Wright's buildings in the United States. Each guide is written and compiled by an acknowledged expert on Frank Lloyd Wright, Thomas A Heinz. With his highly readable and informative style, Heinz presents each building page by page, providing brief histories and background details, information on accessibility and viewing, and directions from Interstate routes. Every entry is accompanied by... Continue... Pp 168 1997.54.0811
1997
Frank Lloyd Wright - Field Guide, Vol 2, MetroChicago (Soft Cover) (Published in Great Britain by Academy Editions, a division of John Wiley & Sons, West Sussex) Heinz, Thomas The Frank Lloyd Wright Field Guide series provides the first comprehensive visitors' guide to all of Wright's buildings in the United States. Each guide is written and compiled by an acknowledged expert on Frank Lloyd Wright, Thomas A Heinz. With his highly readable and informative style, Heinz presents each building page by page, providing brief histories and background details, information on accessibility and viewing, and directions from Interstate routes. Every entry is accompanied by... Continue... Pp 168 1997.63.1014
1997
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Master Builder  (Soft Cover) Larkin, David & Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks First published in a larger format in 1993. This edition is essentially the same book, but republished in a different size and format. Original SC List Price $25.00. (First Edition)  Pp 240 1997.10.0801
1997
Frank Lloyd Wright. Maitre de l’architecture americaine (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Abbeville Press, New York, London, Paris) Smith, Kathryn A French edition, and exact version of the English edition published in 1998. "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is unquestionably America's most celebrated architect. Even today, almost forty years after his death, he continues to tower over the architectural landscape. In fact, his career was so long and his accomplishments so varied it can be difficult still to grasp the full range of Wrights achievement. In this refreshing new study, Wright scholar Kathryn Smith does just that, exploring the grace and beauty found in...  Continue... Pp 144 1997.76.0217
1997 Frank Lloyd Wright Residences for America. Drawings from the Wasmuth (1910) and American Systems - Built (1915 - 1917) Folios.  Book of Postcards.  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Artbooks Book of 30 postcards. Originally published in 1994.  Original list price $9.95. 7 x 4.75. Two copies. (Third Edition)  Pp 68 1997.35.1206 1997.42.0607
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Frank Lloyd Wright: The Seat of Genius, Chairs 1895-1955 (Published by Eaton Fine Art, Inc., West Palm Beach, Florida) Fowler, Penny; Eaton, Mary Anna Published for an exhibition by the same title held at Eaton Fine Art, Inc., February 28 - April 25, 1997. "Were it not for the evidence of his architecture, the legend of Frank Lloyd Wright (1867 -1959) would nearly eclipse his life's work. A heroic and iconoclastic character, Wright's persona took on mythic proportions during his life and became even more fabled after his death. No modern artist or architect has had such widespread admirers and detractors, regarding...  Continue... Pp 76 1997.64.0414
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s First Golden Age - 1998 Calendar Pomegranate (First Edition)  Pp 24 1997.19.0102
1997
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin & Taliesin West  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers) Smith, Kathryn Original HC List Price $39.95, SC List Price $24.95.  (First Edition)  Pp 160 1997.05.0399
1997 Geniuses & Other Eccentrics. Photographing My Friends (Soft Cover) (Published by Green Trees Press, San Francisco) Rodman, Selden A compilation of impressions and photographs of 182 Writers, Poets, Painters, Sculptors, Architects and Radical Thinkers. Chapter 171: Frank Lloyd Wright. "I think I must be one of the few people - certainly only one of the few still alive - to have visited Frank Lloyd Wright at both Taliesin East and Taliesin West. I photographed the great architect in both his homes, and at the second visit, in Arizona, which came twenty-two years later, he looked younger. The secret of this longevity was not...  Continue... Pp 188 1997.57.0113
1997 Monona Terrace: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Vision on the Lake.  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Madison Newspapers, Inc.) Hokanson, Margo O’Brien; Kades, Deborah History and construction of Monona Terrace. 11 x 8.5.  Original SC List Price $10.95. (First Edition) Pp 64 1997.32.0105
1997 Murder in Perspective. An Architectural Mystery. (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Walker and Company, New York. Published simultaneously in Canada by Thomas Allen & Son Canada, Limited, Markham, Ontario) Miles, Keith Frank Lloyd Wright is Merlin Richards's hero, and the handwritten note in the famous architect's own hand - "If you make it to America, come and see me" - is all it takes to persuade the young, Welsh architect to strike out on his own. It is an invitation, Richards decides, and a chance to learn from the master. Nowhere in Wright's note....  Continue... Pp 250 1997.55.1211
1997 Preserving Wright at the Edge of the Prairie. The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Annual Conference. Buffalo, New York, September 17-21, 1997 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy) Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Informational booklet for the The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Annual Conference. " ‘The prairie.’ Wright once said, ‘begins west of Buffalo.’ Thus, he delineated the widest possible interpretation of his beloved prairie and conveniently encompassed the city that held some of his most important buildings. Wright’s relationship with Darwin D. Martin, one of the city’s leading industrialists at the turn-of-the-century, resulted in the design of over 30 buildings. 13 of which were realized...    Continue... Pp 24 1997.52.0711
1997
Stained Glass Window Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover) Casey, Dennis J. Sixteen glass patterns.  Original SC List Price $3.95.  (First Edition)    Pp 32 1997.27.0103
1997 The Architecture Pack (Hard Cover) (Published by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York) Van Der Meer, Ron; Sudjic, Deyan Pop-up book that includes a page on Fallingwater. Pop-up of Fallingwater, loose fold-out with illustration and layout, and four photographs. Original HC List Price $50.00. 11.25 x 11.25.  (First Edition)    Pp 36 1997.33.0305
1997
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The California Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) Gebhard, David Republished with different title.  Original SC List Price $19.95.  (First Paperback Edition)    Pp 133 1997.02.0299
1997
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The Genius of Frank Lloyd Wright: Oak Park  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble, New York) Sommer, Robin Langley (First Edition)    Pp 80 1997.06.0299
1997
Unity Temple: Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover) McCarter, Robert Original SC List Price $29.95.  (First Edition)    Pp 60 1997.15.1201
1997
Usonia, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Design for America  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by The Preservation Press) Rosenbaum, Alvin Originally published in 1994. Original Hard Cover list price $29.95. (Fifth Edition)    Pp 216 1997.07.0499
1997
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Visions of Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) Grehan, Ferrell Original HC List Price $35.00, SC List Price $29.95.  (First Edition)    Pp 160 1997.08.0899
1997
Wingspread, The history of a place where ideas that make a difference are born and nurtured and grow. (Soft Cover) (Published by The Johnson Foundation, Inc., Racine, Wisconsin) Canine, Craig "We call the house ‘Wingspread’ because spread its wings it would." - Frank Lloyd Wright. An in-depth descriptive pictorial book with sections that touch on the home and its history. It also includes: The roots of the family; Wingspread’s site; Wingspread’s plan; The construction; The home; The conference center and Materials. 7 x 10 Pp 48 1997.61.0614
1997 Working With Mr. Wright: What It Was Like  (Soft Cover)  (HC Published by Cambridge University Press) Besinger, Curtis; Forward: O’Gorman, Thomas J. First Published in 1995.  This is the first paperback edition. Original HC List Price $49.95, SC List Price $28.00. (First Edition)    Pp 313 1997.31.0704
1997 Wright Houses, The Houses of Frank Lloyd Wright. 1998 Engagement Calendar (Soft Cover) (Published by Universe Publishing, a Division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Rocheleau, Paul "When I began to photograph Frank Lloyd Wright houses, my exposure to contemporary architecture was limited. My experience was primary in seventeenth - to nineteenth-century periods, and within that time frame, I had photographed both private and museum properties... The same cannot be said, however, of a Frank Lloyd...  Continue... Pp 112 1997.56.0912
  Notes on John Marin and Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover)   (Published by Anthology Film Archives) Davis, Jim Original SC List Price $10.95. Pp 124  
  Frank Lloyd Wright's Seth Peterson Cottage  (Hard Cover)   (Published by Prairie Oak Press) Eifler, John;  Visser, Kristin Original HC List Price $16.95. Pp 100  
  Frank Lloyd Wright: Presentation and Conceptual Drawings  (Set of four CDs) (Produced by Luna Imaging, Inc. and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Archives, Dist. by Oxford University Press) Luna Imaging, Inc. and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Archives 5,000 digital images.  Original set List Price $1,250.00.    
  Measured Drawings of Wright's Work in Japan. Tanigawa, Masami Original SC List Price $44.00. Pp 110   
1998
1998 A Hostel in the Mountains: Contemporary Construction in the Canadian Rockies. A Master’s Degree Project submitted to the Programme of Architecture Faculty of environmental design. The University of Calgary (Published by the National Library of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario) Howiett, Jeff "As we re-examine the human presence in our national parks, it is important to consider how the built environment can assist the appreciation and preservation of our natural surroundings." Includes an in-depth analysis of the Banff Pavilion and its site. Includes seven photographs...    Continue... Pp 107 1998.63.0910
1998
An Autobiography  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble) Frank Lloyd Wright (First Edition) Pp 561 1998.03.0899
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An American Architecture  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble) Frank Lloyd Wright, Edited by Kaufmann, Edgar “As revolutionary as the structures themselves are the principles that governed Frank Lloyd Wright’s approach to architecture.  In this celebrated volume, first published in 1955, these guiding principles are elucidated in an evocative joining of text and image.”  This Barnes & Noble version...    Continue... Pp 269 1998.04.1099
1998 Arts & Crafts Design In American, A State By State Guide (Soft Cover) (Published by Chronicle Books, San Francisco. Produced by Archetype Press, Inc., Washington D.C.) Massey, James; Maxwell, Shirley "Gustav Stickley, Green and Green, Frank Lloyd Wright, Bernard Maybeck, William Morris, Louis Tiffany. The work of these arts and crafts masters can be seen firsthand across the country. State by state, Arts & Crafts Design in America guides you to the finest examples of this remarkable style, including furniture, architecture, decorative arts and more." (Back cover.) Includes many of Wright’s works. Original list price $22.95. 6 x 8.5. (First Edition)  Pp 272 1998.70.1212
1998 Celebrate the Century.  A Collection of Commemorative Stamps. 1900-1909  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by the United States Postal Service and Time-Life Custom Publishing, Richmond, Virginia) Noden, Merrell; Peterson, Eve Descriptive text of Wright and the Robie House.  Includes eight photographs, one of which is the Robie stamp, and one illustration. 8.75 x 11.5.  (First Edition)  Pp 72-77 1998.53.1206
1998 Covering History, Time Magazine Covers 1923-1997 (Published and updated in 1973, 1983, 1991, 1998 by Time Inc.) Isaacson, Walter "In 1923 America was busy doing what it does best: reinventing itself for the challenge to the future... Two young graduates of Yale University, Briton Hadden and Henry Luce, rose to the challenge with a new concept: the weekly news magazine...) Includes every cover published from 1923-1997...  Continue... Pp 88 1998.61.0298
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50 Favorite Rooms By Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Smithmark Publishers, New York) Maddex, Diane Original HC List Price $22.98. (First Edition)    Pp 128 1998.09.1099
1998
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Frank Lloyd Wright (Stiff Soft Cover)  (Published by Borders Press) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer presents the whole range of Frank Lloyd Wright's extraordinarily prolific output and shows clearly how his view of the world was a common factor throughout the rich diversity of his oeuvre. From his early prairie houses to the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Frank Lloyd...    Continue... Pp 175 1998.05.1100
1998 Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover) Zevi, Bruno Chronological examination of Wright’s work. Text is in German.  Published by Birkhauser.  Original SC List Price $24.95.  (First Birkhauser Edition)    Pp 286 1998.26.0403
1998
Frank Lloyd Wright: 1999 Calendar Dorset Press Photographs by Thomas A. Heinz, Balthazar Korab and Davis Heald.  Original List Price $11.95.  (First Edition)    Pp 24 1998.16.1298
1998 Frank Lloyd Wright: A Biography  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, London) Secrest, Meryle Meryle Secrest is the first biographer to have full access to the Wright Archives.  Her study of the architect, more than five years' work and illustrated with 121 photographs, is a stunning feat of biographical narrative, sustained analysis and compassionate insight.  5.25 x 8. Original SC List Price $20.00. (Second Edition)    Pp 634 1998.28.0904
1998 Frank Lloyd Wright Address Book Pomegranate  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks, Rohert Park, CA)  (Hard Cover - Library Binding) Pomegranate Artbooks Address book which includes 43 photographs.  7 x 8.5. (First Edition)    Pp 124 1998.54.0107
1998 Frank Lloyd Wright American Architect (Soft Cover)  (Published by Gallopade International) Marsh, Carole Children’s activity booklet. Original SC List Price $2.99. 5.5 x 8.5. (First Edition)    Pp 12 1998.31.0105
1998
Frank Lloyd Wright America’s Master Architect (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Abbeville Press, New York, London, Paris) Smith, Kathryn "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is unquestionably America's most celebrated architect. Even today, almost forty years after his death, he continues to tower over the architectural landscape. In fact, his career was so long and his accomplishments so varied it can be difficult still to grasp the full range of Wright's achievement. In this refreshing new study, Wright scholar Kathryn Smith does just that, exploring the grace and beauty found in all facets of Wright's work: from office desks and chairs...    Continue... Pp 144 1998.19.0402
1998
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Frank Lloyd Wright America’s Master Architect. A Tiny Folio. (Hard Cover) (Published by Abbeville Press, New York, London, Paris) Smith, Kathryn "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is unquestionably America's most celebrated architect. Even today, almost forty years after his death, he continues to tower over the architectural landscape. In fact, his career was so long and his accomplishments so varied it can be difficult still to grasp the full range of Wright's achievement. In this refreshing new study, Wright scholar Kathryn Smith does just that, exploring the grace and beauty found in all facets of Wright's work: from office desks and chairs...    Continue... Pp 288 1998.12.1101
1998 Frank Lloyd Wright and Midway Gardens  (Hard Cover - DJ) Kruty, Paul Original HC List Price $60.00.  (First Edition)    Pp 362 1998.27.0404
1998
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Living City  (Hard Cover - DJ) Delong, David G. Original HC List Price $65.00. (First Edition)    Pp 334 1998.20.0502
1998
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Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie  (Hard Cover - DJ) Birk, Melanie Original HC List Price $18.95. (First Edition)    Pp 80 1998.11.0901
1998
Frank Lloyd Wright, Engagement Book 1999 - Masterpieces  (Hard Cover) Archetype Press Original HC List Price $16.95.  (First Edition)    Pp 125 1998.06.0199
1998 Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan and the Skyscraper (Soft Cover)  (Published by Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, New York) Hoffmann, Donald Original SC List Price $12.95.  9.25 x 10.5. (First Edition)    Pp 92 1998.30.0105
1998 Frank Lloyd Wright - The Lost Years  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London) Alofsin, Anthony Original SC  List Price $35.00.  (First Paper Edition)    Pp 397 1998.29.0700
1998
Frank Lloyd Wright Unbuilt Projects. A Book of Postcards (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications A book of thirty postcards. "Widely credited with revolutionizing American architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright (1967-1959) produced one innovation after another over the course of his long career. In their transformation of steel and cement into diaphanous, ethereal forms, Wright’s unrealized designs most graphically embody his love of the grand gesture. Wright’s modernism had a slightly anarchic, distinctly American coloration..." (Back Cover). Original List Price $9.95. 7 x 4.75 (First Edition)    Pp 68 1998.85.1216
1998
In Wright’s Shadow. Artists and Architects at the Oak Park Studio (Soft Cover) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation.) Martone, Fran Produced to commemorate the centennial of Wright's Oak Park, Illinois, architectural studio, the booklet focuses on sixteen artists and architects who worked for Wright between 1898 and 1909. Mahony, Griffin, Bock, Ostertag, White, Giannini, Elmslie, Van Bergen, Sullivan, Niedecken... "One hundred years ago, Frank Lloyd Wright, arguably America’s most famous architect, founded his Oak Park, Illinois, studio. This studio was to become the birthplace of a uniquely American style of...    Continue... Pp 25 1998.92.9217
1998
Johnson Wax Administration Building and Research Tower, Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Phaidon Press Ltd, Regent’s Wharf, London) Carter, Brian "Frank Lloyd Wright's innovative streamlined brick and glass Administration Building and Research Tower (Racine, Wisconsin, 1936 and 1944), built for the company of S C Johnson & Son, are landmarks in the history of both American architecture and in building for the working environment. The Administration Building, designed during the Depression, was a beacon of holistic office architecture design. Wright was responsible for conceiving everything from the innovative structural...    Continue... Pp 60 1998.93.0817
1998 Many Masks, A Life of Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Da Capo Press, New York) Gill, Brendan Gill, architectural critic for the New Yorker, was friends with Wright and his third wife.  Debunking yet sympathetic, this biography separates the man from the self-made myths. Wright portrays himself as innocent hero-victim of a corrupt society, but here we see an artful dodger molded by a boyhood filled with shame and anguish...    Continue... Pp 544 1998.40.0305
1998 Midway Barn and Farm Building  (Model Booklet)  (Published by Ertl Collectibles Limited, Dyersville, IA) Ertl Collectibles Limited Information booklet that accompanied the Cold Cast Porcelain model of the Midway Barn and Farm Buildings. Includes information of the model, Wright and his career, and the...    Continue... Pp 16 1998.60.0405
1998 Rendering Real and Imagined Buildings. The Art of Computer Modeling (Hard Cover - DJ) (Includes CD) (Published by Rockport Publishers, Inc.) Novitski, B.J.; Forward: Mitchell, William J. It has been nearly fifty years since anyone has walked through Frank Lloyd Wright’s Larkin Building... explores the world of buildings that were, that could have been or that are yet to be. The book presents 27 buildings from an ancient temple to a house by Frank Lloyd Wright to an airport...    Continue... Pp 175 1998.66.0811
1998
Studies and Executed Buildings By Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) Frank Lloyd Wright, Introduction by Alofsin, Anthony Very close to Sweeney 1970, but a little larger in size, and a few changes.  Published by Rizzoli.  Original HC List Price $80.00. (First Edition)  Pp 226 1998.21.0702
1998
The Chicago School of Architecture. A History of Commercial and Public Buildings in the Chicago Area, 1875-1925. Published by The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, London.) Condit, Carl W. First published in 1952 as "The Rise of the Skyscraper". "This thoroughly illustrated study traces the history of the world-famous Chicago school of architecture from its beginnings with the functional innovations of William Le Baron and others to their imaginative development by Louis Sullivan and FLW." (Publisher’s Description.) Includes references to Wright and one photograph of Francis Apartments and three photographs of the interior of the Rookery Building. 6.75 x 9.5...    Continue... Pp 238 1573.03.0318
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The Life & Works of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) Costantino, Maria Includes more than 200 full-color photographs that define his career, divided into six major phases.  12.25 x 12.25.  (Second Edition)    Pp 176 1998.07.0599
1998 The Origins of Modern Architecture, Selected Essays From "Architectural Record". (Soft Cover) (Published by Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, New York. Published in Canada by General Publishing Company, Ltd, Toronto. Published in the United Kingdom by Constable and Company, Ltd, London. Edit and with an introduction by Uhlfelder, Eric; Wright, Frank Lloyd Encompassing 22 articles originally published in the Architectural Record between 1891 and 1914 and includes in total, Frank Lloyd Wright's seminal essay "In the Cause of Architecture" first published March, 1908. Includes 87 photographs and illustrations originally published in 1980 and include: The Larking Building, Hillside Home... Continue... Pp 50-116 1998.68.0113
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The Seven Ages of Frank Lloyd Wright: The Creative Process  (Soft Cover) Hoppen, Donald W. (Dover Edition, First published in 1993 by Capra Press)  Original SC List Price $12.95. (First Edition)    Pp 188 1998.02.0301
1998 Wright Architecture 1999 Calendar (Soft Cover)  (Published by Universe Publishing, a Division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Grehan, Farrell Photographs by Farrell Grehan. Includes 24 photographs. Original SC List Price 10.95. 12 x 12. (First Edition)    Pp 28 1998.44.0305
1998
Wright Houses, 1999. The Houses of Frank Lloyd Wright. 1999 Engagement Calendar (Soft Cover Spiral Bound) (Published by Universe Publishing, a Division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Grehan, Farrell Photography by Farrell Grehan. "To walk about a Wright home is to comprehend the formidable difficulties of architectural photography. In recognizing that the flatness of a photograph is severely limiting to what was conceived in space, one begins to see a substitute vision. My goal is to appreciate and convey, with the aid of various light conditions and changes in viewpoint, Wright’s particular poetry. I hope that what means the most to me can in someway describe his concepts to the reader... Continue... Pp 112 1998.95.0917
1998
Wright Rooms  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Chartwell Books, Inc., Edison, New Jersey) Hart, Spencer Original HC List Price $17.99. (Second Edition)    Pp 144 1998.08.0599
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A Guide to Oak Park’s Frank Lloyd Wright and Prairie School Historic District (Published by the Oak Park Historic Preservation Commission, Village of Oak Park, Illinois) Wickes, Molly; Irvin, Kate "The Frank Lloyd Wright and Prairie School of Architecture Historic District contains a truly remarkable collection late nineteenth and early-twentieth-century residential architecture. Within the 78-block historic district is the single greatest concentration of residences designed by the Prairie School; in the world... Includes five walking tours featuring one hundred eighteen structures, an illustrated guide to architectural styles, and architect’s’ biographies...  Continue... Pp 144 1999.70.0413
1999 
Barbara Streisand Collection: Important Am Arts & Crafts  (Soft Cover) Christie’s 11/29/99 (First Edition) Pp 199 1999.12.1201
1999 
Basic Frank Lloyd Wright. Legend And Fact About America’s Most Creative Architect. (Soft Cover) (Published by One Palm Books, an imprint of Michel Publishing Serves, Sherman Oaks, CA) Michel, Henry J. In this compact volume are related the significant events in the architect's life from his unsettling boyhood in a disruptive family environment in the mid-nineteenth century, through a series of personal excesses and tragedies while at the same time he blazes a new trail for American architecture. The book concentrates on his personal life as it also chronicles, in layman's language, the legendary stories of his professional triumphs. (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $9.95. 5.5 x 8.5. (First Edition) Pp 64 1999.67.0112
1999 
Building A Dream, The Sara Smith Story  (Published by the Smith Publishing Group, Inc. Santa Barbara, CA)  (Hard Cover DJ) Watterson, Kathryn Included in the story is the building of the Sara and Melvyn Maxwell Smith Residence (S.287 1946) in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.  Includes 23 photographs related to the home.  Original cover price $20.00.  6.5 x 9.75. (First Edition) Pp 250 1999.55.0307
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50 Favorite Furnishings By Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) Maddex, Diane Original HC List Price $19.98. (First Edition) Pp 128 1999.07.0300
1999 
Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Gramercy Books, an imprint of Random House Value Publishing, Inc., New York, Toronto, London, Sydney, Auckland) Two Copies Copplestone, Trewin With such figures as Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright is recognized as a creative architectural genius. His singular individual achievement, as a native-born American, was to gather together the strands of American historical architecture and create a corpus of work which is both modern and essentially American. (Publisher’s description.) Includes 67 color plates. Original HC List Price $9.99. 9.5 x 12.25. (First Edition) Pp 76 1999.01.0900 1999.43.0305
1999 
Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble, Inc., New York, by arrangement with Brompton Books Corp., Greenwich, CT.) Hart, Spencer Fifth Reprint 1999. Front & back cover photos changed from fourth reprint (1996).  Color of text on cover and colored end plates changed to red from a dark red.  (Fifth Edition) Pp 128 1999.34.0404
1999 
Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Phaidon Press Limited, London) McCarter, Robert This book provides a comprehensive critical overview of the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the great masters of modern architecture. Beautifully illustrated with a wealth of photographs of many of Wright's best known buildings, Frank Lloyd Wright explores the key themes in the architect's work, presenting the consistent and systematic qualities that underlie all of his designs. Robert McCarter's text analyses Wright's work chronologically, emphasizing key designs and work relating to that...  Continue... Pp 368 1999.02.0200
1999 
Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) Stungo, Naomi Original HC List Price $14.95.  6.5 x 9. (First Edition) Pp 80 1999.19.0201
1999 
Frank Lloyd Wright: American Architect for The Twentieth Century  (Stiff Soft Cover) Sommer, Robin Langley First Paper back reprint. Republished by Sweet Water Press. Cover photo changes.  Original SC List Price $17.99. (First SC Edition) Pp 176 1999.36.0604
1999 
Frank Lloyd Wright and George Mann Niedecken, Prairie School Collaborators  (Soft Cover)  (Published by the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Museum of Our national Heritage, Lexington Massachusetts) Robertson, Cheryl Published as a permanent collection catalog and temporary exhibition catalog at the Milwaukee Art Museum, October 5, 1995 - February 4, 1996.  An exhibition of 193 items.  Original SC list price $40.00.  11 x 9.25.  (First Edition) Pp 116 1999.59.0907
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Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture 3's  (Hard Cover) McCarter, Robert; Steele, James; & Carter, Brian This was first published as three separate books.  Two are here.  In 1992 as "Barnsdall House" and in 1997 as "Unity Temple".  My assumption is that there is a third called "Johnson Wax".  Original HC List Price $45.00.  (First Edition) Pp 1999.04.0500
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Frank Lloyd Wright: A Retrospective View (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Grange Books, an imprint of Grange Books PLC, Hoo, Nr Rochester, Kent, Great Britain) Copplestone, Trewin This volume is a tribute to the man who remains as controversial and widely-discussed as he was in his own lifetime. Here is a survey of his finest buildings, complete with floor plans, architectural renderings, and full-color photographs of interiors, exteriors, and architectural details. (Publisher’s Description.) The only change from the first edition is the cover. The interior remained the same. (Third Edition) Original list price £19.99 ($30.00) 9.5 x 12.25 Pp 112 1999.78.0116
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Frank Lloyd Wright - A Visual Encyclopedia  (This editions published by Thunder Bay Press, San Diego, CA.  Produced by PRC Publishing Ltd, London)   (Hard Cover - DJ) Thomson, Iain An A to Z chronicle of Wright's work, family, friends, and the major events that shaped his career.  Over 1,000 photographs include interior and exterior shots of his most acclaimed architectural masterpieces.  9.25 x 12.25.  Original HC List Price $24.98. (First Edition) Pp 416 1999.03.0200
1999
Frank Lloyd Wright, Designs for Living, 2000 Pocket Calendar (Soft Cover, Spiral Bound) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Frank Lloyd Wright helped change the shape of American houses. Over a seven-decade career, more than three hundred of his residences were built. Wright experimented throughout his lifetime to find the most effective designs for living - stressing natural materials and colors, wide-open spaces, built-in furniture, stylized designs, strong geometrics, and careful setting. Original list price $8.95. (First Edition) 3.75 x 5.75 Pp 96 1999.75.0814
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Frank Lloyd Wright, Engagement Book 2000 - Masterworks  (Hard Cover) Pomegranate Original HC List Price $16.95.   (First Edition) Pp 125 1999.05.0200
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Europe and Beyond  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by University of California Press) Edited by Alofsin, Anthony Original HC List Price $55.00.  (First Edition) Pp 286 1999.16.1201
1999 
Frank Lloyd Wright - Field Guide, Volume 3, West  (Soft Cover) Heinz, Thomas Original SB List Price $40.00.  (First Edition) Pp 168 1999.29.0802
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Frank Lloyd Wright For Kids: His Life and Ideas (Soft Cover) (Published by Chicago Review Press, Chicago) Thorne-Thomsen, Kathleen Both a biography and an activity book, this great title brings you the story of a boy growing up on an American farm... a boy who sees structures and harmonies in the landscape around him in details such as the small yellow squares on an ear of corn and the patterns of freshly tilled soil. It is the story of a young man becoming a great architect as he uses his love of nature’s colors and shapes in his unique designs. Inventive activities help children understand and appreciate the...  Continue... Pp 138 1999.72.0413
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Masterworks, A Book of Postcards  (Soft Cover) Pomegranate Books Booklet of 30 Postcards. Originally SC priced at $9.95.  (Second Edition) Pp 64 1999.09.0601
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater  (Hard Cover - DJ) Stoller, Ezra; Introduction by Levine, Neil Original HC List Price $19.95.  (First Edition) Pp 90 1999.14.1201
1999
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hanna House Restoration (Soft Cover) (Published by Hanna House Board of Governors and the Leland Stanford Junior University Board of Trustees, Stanford University, California) Turner, Paul V.; Wattis, Paul L. And Phillis "The Hanna House was pivotal in Frank Lloyd Wright’s career as the first built design that fully used his revolutionary concepts of non-rectilinear geometry. It exemplifies the modern exploration of free, open spatial planning and it is one of America’s architectural treasures." Title page. "In 1989, the Loma Prieta earthquake damaged many building at Stanford University, including the Hanna House, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most innovative works. Following the earthquake, the house had to be...  Continue... Pp 20 1999.87.0217
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West  (Hard Cover - DJ) Stoller, Ezra; Introduction by Levine, Neil Photographs by Ezra Stoller, Introduction by Neil Levine.  Original HC List Price $19.95. (First Edition) Pp 100 1999.11.1101
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Living Space (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by the Northern Illinois University Press, DeKalb, Illinois) Satler, Gail From the dust jacket: "The space within the building is the reality of that building." So says Frank Lloyd Wright in "The Destruction of the Box," an address in which he recalls for his audience the origins of his break with previous architectural thought. According to Satler, Wright's approach, "organic architecture, " reveals space as a lived and living entity, one that achieves its full meaning only when it becomes inscribed with the actual practices of those who inhabit it. This sociological...  Continue... Pp 194 1999.74.0414
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterworks, 2000 Calendar  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Rohnert Park, California) Maddex, Diane Includes 12 full size illustrations, 12 detail illustrations, description for each illustration and 12 quotes by Wright.  Original cover price $16.95. 16 x 13.5.  (First Edition) Pp 28 1999.50.1106
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Monona Terrace  (Hard Cover - DJ) Mollenhoff, David V.; Hamilton, Mary Jane Original HC List Price $55.00.  (First Edition) Pp 323 1999.28.0602
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship  (Published by Truman State University Press, Kirksville, Missouri)  (Hard Cover DJ) Marty, Myron A. & Shirley L. This book tells the story of the Taliesin Fellowship, created by Frank and Olgivanna Lloyd Wright in 1932, in the words of men and women who joined the Fellowship, some as early as the 1930s, and remained with it into the 1990s.  Many of the storytellers worked side by side with Wright, who died in 1959, and almost all of them lived and worked with Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, who survived her husband by 26 years.  Includes 110 B&W photographs.  Original cover price $65.00. 8.75 x 11.25...  Continue... Pp 312 1999.57.0507
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Frank Lloyd Wright: The Western Work  (Hard Cover - DJ) Legler, Dixie Original HC List Price $40.00.  (First Edition) Pp 142 1999.08.0501
1999
Frank Lloyd Wright, Visionary Architect. Part of The People to Know Series. (Library Binding) (Published by Enslow Publishers, Inc., Springfield, NJ) Wright, David K. Frank Lloyd Wright's innovative designs grew out of his belief that a building should harmonize naturally with its setting and enhance the landscape. In an astoundingly prolific career that spanned three-fourths of a century, Wright designed more than a thousand buildings, about half of which were built. As an author, educator, and a philosopher, he has twenty published books. Wright also founded a school of architecture to train others in the field. He has influenced and inspired architects...  Continue... Pp 128 1999.73.1113
1999 
Frank Lloyd Wright: Windows of the Darwin D. Martin House (Soft Cover) (Published by the Burchfield-Penney Art Center / Buffalo State College Foundation, Inc., Buffalo, NY) Edited by Quinan, Jack. Essays by Lownie, Theodore; McCarter, Robert; Quinan, Jack Published in conduction with an exhibition at the Burchfield-Penney Art Center from July 31 - November 28, 1999. Curated by Theodore Lownie. "The Darwin D. Martin House is a National Historic Landmark, the highest designation that can be accorded to a structure by the federal government... The leaded glass at the Martin Estate, among the richest created by Wright, was designed for installation in both the vertical and horizontal planes of the structures, between the piers and the...  Continue... Pp 40 1999.69.0912
1999 
Guggenheim New York / Guggenheim Bilbao (Soft Cover) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York) Stoller, Ezra; Iovine, Julia V. Flip-over format has two cover, depending on how the book is held. Ezra Stoller's crisp black-and-white photos show readers the New York museum shortly after it opened in 1959. One half of the book contains 30 duotone photographs of the Guggenheim Museum. Original SC List Price $14.95. 5 x 7.  (Second Edition) Pp 80 1999.44.0405
1999 
Guide to the Olgivanna Lloyd Wright Letters, 1926-1931 to Maude E. Devine (Published by the Department of Special Collections, Stanford University Library, Stanford, CA) Stanford University A list and brief description of the 25 letters and 1 postcard written to Maude E. Devine, from 1926-1931. The letters span the period of the bank seizure of Taliesin, Wright’s work on The Biltmore Hotel, San Marcos resort, Graycliff, other projects, struggle with Miriam, children. Description includes dates, location when written and brief summary. Devine was the friend who transcribed the manuscript of Wright’s autobiography. P 8.5 x 11. Pp 4 1999.61.0310
1999 
If This House Could Talk, Historic Homes, Extraordinary Americans  (Published by Simon & Schuster, Inc., New York)   (1: Hard Cover DJ; 2: Hard Cover, Signed by Author) Brownstein, Elizabeth Smith Chapter Two: “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Storer Residence and Auldbrass Plantation.”  Includes ten photographs and one illustration.  Original cover price $35.00.  9.5 x 9.5.  (First Edition) Two copies Pp 10-19 1999.56.0407 1999.58.0507
1999 
John D. Larkin: A Business Pioneer  (Published by Daniel I. Larkin, Amherst, New York. Distributed by Western New York Wares, Inc. Buffalo, New York.) Larkin, Daniel I. Autobiography of John D. Larkin includes involvement with Wright.  Written and autographed by Grandson. Includes three photographs and one illustration of the Larkin Building.  Original cover price $14.95.  6 x 9.  First published in 1998.  (Third Edition) Pp 212 1999.49.1206
1999
Landmarks in the Life of the First Unitarian Society of Madison (Soft Cover) (Published by the Friends of the Meeting House, First Unitarian Society, Madison, Wisconsin) Edited by: Gaebler, Max "Introduction. The pieces selected for this small collection do not purport to represent the landmarks in the 120-year history of the First Unitarian Society of Madison. Rather are they intended as recollections f a few memorable moments in that history that coast light upon the very special tradition it represents. Though all were presented in our justly famous Meeting House, the scope of their messages is far broader..." Max Gaebler. Authors include: Michael A. Schuler, Preface; Merle E. Curti, Our Golden...  Continue... Pp 73 1999.86.1116
1999 
Memories... The Personal Prop of Barbara Streisand  (Soft Cover) Christie’s 12/2/99 (First Edition) Pp 115 1999.13.1201
1999 
Merchant Prince and Master Builder   (Hard Cover - DJ) Cleary, Richard L. Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Merchant Prince and Master Builder: Edgar J. Kaufmann and Frank Lloyd Wright, organized by and held at the Heinz Architectural Center from April 10 to October 3, 1999.  Original HC List Price $14.98.  (First Edition) Pp 200 1999.31.1002
1999 
Prairie Style: Houses and Gardens by Frank Lloyd Wright and Prairie School   (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Archetype Press, Inc., Washington D.C., Stewart, Tabori & Chang, New York) Legler, Dixie Original HC List Price $45.00.   (First Edition) Pp 209 1999.15.1201
1999 
Schumacher Press Kit Folder "Schumacher: Introducing 1999 Frank Lloyd Wright Collection". F. Schumacher & Co. Includes four descriptive sheets, PR Release, reprint of an article published in "Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies" 1995, and Folder. 9 x 12. Pp 4 1999.27.0800
1999 
Schumacher Descriptive Sheet #1. F. Schumacher & Co. "Schumacher. Introducing 1999 Frank Lloyd Wright Collection. Inspired by Wright’s personal collection of Japanese works of art, passion for nature, as well as the stained glass interiors of some of Wright’s homes, Schumacher’s 1999 Frank Lloyd Wright Collection extracts the essence of nature in 30 beautiful patterns..." Designed in eight earth-tone colors including Poppy, Chamois, Adobe, Jasper and Tahoe Blue. The three available designs include Prairie Foliage in ten colorways...  Continue... Pp 2 1999.27A
1999 
Schumacher Descriptive Sheet #2. F. Schumacher & Co. "Schumacher. Introducing 1999 Frank Lloyd Wright Collection. Inspired by Wright’s personal collection of Japanese works of art, passion for nature, as well as the stained glass interiors of some of Wright’s homes, Schumacher’s 1999 Frank Lloyd Wright Collection extracts the essence of nature in 30 beautiful patterns..." Designed in eight earth-tone colors including Poppy, Chamois, Adobe, Jasper and Tahoe Blue. The three available designs include Fern Stencil, Bougainvillaea and Incense. 8.5 x 11. Pp 2 1999.27B
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Schumacher Descriptive Sheet #3. F. Schumacher & Co. "Schumacher. Introducing 1999 Frank Lloyd Wright Collection. Inspired by Wright’s personal collection of Japanese works of art, passion for nature, as well as the stained glass interiors of some of Wright’s homes, Schumacher’s 1999 Frank Lloyd Wright Collection extracts the essence of nature in 30 beautiful patterns..." Designed in eight earth-tone colors including Poppy, Chamois, Adobe, Jasper and Tahoe Blue. The four available designs include Trellised Vine, Willits Glass, Masselink...  Continue... Pp 2 1999.27C
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Schumacher Descriptive Sheet #4. F. Schumacher & Co. "Patterson, Flynn & Martin. 1999 Frank Lloyd Wright Collection. Inspired by Wright’s personal collection of Japanese works of art, passion for nature, as well as the stained glass interiors of some of Wright’s homes, Schumacher’s 1999 Frank Lloyd Wright Collection extracts the essence of nature in 30 beautiful patterns including the Maple Leaf Custom Rug." 8.5 x 11. Pp 2 1999.27D
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Schumacher announces new line of fabrics, wallpapers and floor coverings, 1999. F. Schumacher & Co. "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Passion. Schumacher beautifully captures the essence of Wright’s botanicals in a new line of Home Furnishings. Over two years ago, the Schumacher design team was invited to Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s home and architectural laboratory in Scottsdale, AZ. Inspired by Wright’s vast private collections of botanical representations, especially those in Japanese art..." 8.5 x 11. Pp 2 1999.27E
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"Make Designs to Your Heart’s Content": The Frank Lloyd Wright/Schumacher Venture. Reprint of an article published in "Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies", Vol. 21, No. 2, 1995. Thurman, Christa C. Mayer "In 1976, the Art Institute’s Department of Textiles acquired a textile and wallpaper sample book, or folio, titled "Schumacher’s Taliesin Line of Decorative Fabrics and Wallpapers Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.", along with thirteen fabrics of varying lengths. Today, nearly twenty years later, this purchase has proven to be a wise one, for copies of the folio are rare, with only twelve examples known to exist..." History of Wright’s textile designs and the Wright / Schumacher venture. Includes eleven photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 153 - 163 1999.27F
1999 
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Tales of Taliesin  (Signed)  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Herberger Center for Design Excellence, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona) Brierly, Cornelia Brierly was one of the first apprentices to attend Wright's school of architecture.  Before long, she was a working colleague of the master architect; during the last thirty years of his career, she made important design contributions to many of his building projects.  This memoir tells the story of nearly seventy years spent with the Taliesin Fellowship.  She celebrates the fellowship as a way of life and brings to life a vibrant community that is still going strong, forty years after Wright's death...  Continue... Pp 176 1999.06.0300
1999 
The Art & Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. (Soft Cover with stiff easel) (Published by Avalanche Publishing, Huntington Beach, California) Heinz, Thomas A. A 2000 Desktop Easel Calendar By Thomas A. Heinz. A twelve month calendar includes twenty four images of the Barton, Fallingwater, Willits, Barton, Wingspread, Martin, Pope, Hollyhock, Lykes, Taliesin, Bogk, Tracy, Dana homes and the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church and Imperial Hotel. Original list price $9.95. 7.6 x 5.9. (First Edition) Pp 28 1999.68.0912
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The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Published by Dover Publication, Inc., New York) (Soft Cover) Hanks, David A. Dover reprint of the 1979 edition published by E. P. Dutton, New York.  Original soft cover price $17.95. 7.75 x 11.  (First Edition) Pp 232 1999.30.0802
1999
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1998 Annual Report (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation 1) A letter from the Chairman and President / CEO. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. 3) Taliesin Architects. 4) William Wesley Peters Library. 5) Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. 6) Public Access. 7) Educational Outreach Program. 8)Taliesin Preservation Commission. 9) Development. 10) Members and Donors. Includes 21 photographs. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 31 1999.84.0616
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Treasures of Taliesin (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc. San Francisco)  (Hard Cover) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks.  With appreciation to Margo Stipe for assistance this revised edition. Seventy-Six Unbuilt Designs. 29 drawings never before published. This edition completely redesigned. Original HC list price $50.00. 13.5 x 10.5.  (Second Edition) Pp 164 1999.45.0406
1999 
Twentieth-Century Houses: (Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture 3's)  (Hard Cover) McCarter, Robert First section of this three part book is about Fallingwater. This was first published as a separate book in 1994 as "Fallingwater".  Original HC List Price $19.95.  (First Edition) Pp 1-60 1999.35.0404
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Wright Architecture 2000 Calendar (Published by Universe Publishing, a Division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Bromley, Judith Photographs by Judith Bromley. Includes 24 photographs. Wright’s Oak Park Home and Studio (2), Unity Temple, Coonley Playhouse, William Martin, Roberts, Robie, Dana-Thomas (2), Heller, Willits (2). Original SC List Price 10.95. 12 x 12. (First Edition) Pp 28 1999.71.0413
1999

Yamagiwa Frank Lloyd Wright Lighting Collection Catalog (Published by Yamagiwa U.S.A. Corporation, Westlake Village, CA)

Yamagiwa

Silver and yellow folder includes 15 single flyers printed two sides, Intro letter and price sheet. Also included in the folder are three different postcards . Single Sheets: 1) Frank Lloyd Wright Lighting Collection (Cover). 2) Midway Garden Table Lamp. Midway / S2302. $960. 30 3/8 H x 13 3/4 W x 29 ½ D. 3) Robie Wall Sconce, Wooden. Robie 1 / B2324. $650. 7 H x 11 1/4 W x 13 1/8 D. 4) Robie Wall Sconce, Metal. Robie 2 / B2326. $2000. 7 1/8 H x 8 7/8 W x 11 D. 5) Storer... Continue...

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