ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES
ARIZONA BILTMORE
ARTS & CRAFTS
AUSGEFUHRTE BAUTEN
BIOGRAPHIES
BROADACRE CITY
CHAIRS
CHAPTERS ON & BY WRIGHT
CHICAGO
CHICAGO SCHOOL
CHILDREN'S
CHURCHS
CONVERSATIONS
COPPER URN
DANA-THOMAS HOUSE
DECORATIVE DESIGNS
DOMINO'S
DRAWINGS
ENNIS-BROWN
EVE OF ST. AGNES
EXHIBITIONS
FALLINGWATER
FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE
FLW FOUNDATION
FURNITURE
GA SERIES
GLASS
GUGGENHEIM
GUIDES
HERITAGE-HENREDON
HOME & STUDIO (OAK PARK)
HOMES & BLDS: GENERAL
HOMES & BLDS: SPECIFIC
HOTEL GENEVA
IANNELLI
IMPERIAL HOTEL
INTERIOR DESIGN
JAPAN
LANDSCAPE
LARKIN BUILDING
MADISON WISC
MAMAH BORTHWICK CHENEY
MARIN COUNTY
MIDWAY GARDENS
MILE HIGH
MODELS BY WRIGHT
NAKOMA
NEW THEATRE
OAK PARK HOMES
PETERS (WES)
PHOTOGRAPHERS
PICTORIAL ESSAYS
PRAIRIE SCHOOL
PRINTING PROCESS
PROJECTS
ROBIE HOUSE
ROLOSON ROWHOUSES
SCHUMACHER
SC JOHNSON
SEYMOUR, RALPH FLETCHER
SIXTY YEARS EXHIB 1951-56
STORRER
STUDIES
SULLIVAN, LOUIS
TALIESIN FELLOWSHIP
TALIESIN (SPRING GREEN)
TALIESIN WEST
UNITY TEMPLE
USONIA
USONIAN AUTOMATIC HOMES
WEED HOLDER
WENDINGEN
WRIGHT CHILDREN
WRIGHT,  FRANK LLOYD
WRIGHT &
WRIGHT FURNISHINGS
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2000 

A Living Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright & Taliesin Architects  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks)

Rattenbury, John Original HC List Price $70.00. (First Edition) Pp 296 2000.28.1004
2000 
America Reborn. A Twentieth-Century Narrative in Twenty-Six Lives (Published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York) Walker, Martin Chapter 10: Frank Lloyd Wright and the American Space. "... as he approached his seventieth year, his greatest work was still to come. There were to be three immortal buildings, a private home, a public museum, and an industrial building, which as a whole embody the modern movement and the main form of a distinctive American architecture..." Fallingwater, the Guggenheim Museum and the Johnson Wax headquarters. "By the end of the century, most Americans lived and worked...  Continue... Pp 393 2000.67.0913
2000
Architectural Excursions. Frank Lloyd Wright, Holland and Europe (Published by Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut & London) Langmead, Donald; Johnson, Donald Leslie Soon after 1900 in both North America and Europe the evolution from the tradition of Mediterranean and Gallic architectural styles to modernism began. This phenomenon was due, in part, to American industrial architecture and the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright's building and architectural treatises of 1898-1908, with the additional help of Dutch propaganda on his behalf, significantly influenced European practitioners and theorists. European architecture within and outside of Holland...  Continue... Pp 248 2000.68.1013
2000
Building Images: Seventy Years of Photography At Hedrich Blessing (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Chronicle Books, San Francisco, CA) Hiss, Tony Produced in Collaboration with the Chicago Historical Society. Includes photographs of: 1) Fallingwater, photographed by Bill Hedrich, 1937; 2) Taliesin West, photographed by Bill Hedrich, 1942; 3) Taliesin Spring Green, photographed by Bill Hedrich, 1937; 4) Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, photographed by Jon Miller, 1995. Includes a total of seven photographs of Wright and his work. This volume assists in dating their photography of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work. Original list price $75.00) 10.25 x 12 (First Edition) Pp 192 2000.85.0118
2000
Documentation, Analysis, and Interpretation of The Interior Finishes of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Heller House. (Printed and digital copy) Wolf, Zana Cecelia A Thesis in Historic Preservation. Presented to the Faculties of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of Masters of Science. An in-depth study including a description and history of the Heller House, Wright in the 1890s, as well as an extensive analysis of the interior finishes of the Heller Residence. 8.5 x 11. See our Wright Study on the Heller Residence. Pp 272 2000.69.0614
2000
Fallingwater and Pittsburgh, Wright Studies Volume Two (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois) Edited by Menocal, Narciso "In Wright Studies Volume Two: Fallingwater and Pittsburgh, contributors Kathryn Smith, Neil Levine, and Richard Cleary concentrate on two themes: Smith focuses on Wright’s interest in the imagery of water in architecture while Levine and Cleary look at Wright’s relationship with Edgar Kaufmann, the department store magnate, and analyze the results—aesthetic and otherwise—of that relationship. All three deal with Fallingwater, built for Kaufmann in the 1930s, and other projects...  Continue... Pp 113 2000.84.0817
2000 
Fallingwater and Pittsburgh, Wright Studies Volume Two (Soft Cover)  (Published by Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois) Edited by Menocal, Narciso "In Wright Studies Volume Two: Fallingwater and Pittsburgh, contributors Kathryn Smith, Neil Levine, and Richard Cleary concentrate on two themes: Smith focuses on Wright’s interest in the imagery of water in architecture while Levine and Cleary look at Wright’s relationship with Edgar Kaufmann, the department store magnate, and analyze the results—aesthetic and otherwise—of that relationship. All three deal with Fallingwater, built for Kaufmann in the 1930s, and other projects...  Continue... Pp 113 2000.15.0402
2000 
Fallingwater: The Model  (Hard Cover - DJ)   (Published by  Rissoli) Bonfilio, Paul Original HC List Price $30.00. (First Edition) Pp 80 2000.18.0502
2000 
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50 Favorite Houses By Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Smithmark Publishing) Maddex, Diane Original HC List Price $25.00. (First Edition) Pp 128 2000.05.0700
2000 
Finding the Wright Places in California and Arizona (Soft Cover) (Published by Michel Publishing Services, Sherman Oaks, California) Michel, Henry J. Maps and directions to Wright’s major works in the Southwest. Plus 17 cameo stories of his life. Original SC List Price $11.50. 5.5 x 8.5. (First Edition) Pp 104 2000.29.0305
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover - DJ) (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...  Continue... Pp 175 2000.24.0402
2000
Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan, The Role of Traditional Japanese Art and Architecture in the Work of Frank Lloyd Wright. (Soft Cover) (First published in 1993 by E & FN Spook. This edition published by Routledge, London and 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 specifically, the study sets...  Continue... Pp 244 2000.77.1016
2000 
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Frank Lloyd Wright And Taliesin  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate) Nemtin, Frances Original HC List Price $19.95. (First Edition) Pp 80 2000.02.1200
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright. Architecture For Chicago. A Folio of Notecards. (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA) Designed by: Lemme, Shannon The city of Chicago played an important role in Frank Lloyd Wright’s long and prolific career. It was here that he first found architectural work, in 1887. At that time, the entire country was witnessing rapidly expanding industrialization, and Chicago, still rebuilding after the devastating fire of 1871 and strategically located in the middle of the country, was booming. The twenty-year-old Wright worked first as a draftsman for Joseph Lyman Silsbee, then soon landed a job with the prestigious firm of Adler and...  Continue... Pp 10 2000.65.1211
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright - A Visual Encyclopedia  (Published by Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., New York)  (Soft Cover) Iain Thomson First published in 1999 by PRC Publishing Ltd, London.  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. Front and back cover are only difference in this edition.  Original cover price $24.95.  9 x 12. (Second  Edition) Pp 416 2000.34.0906
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright: Decorative Designs - 2001 Calendar Pomegranate Designs for fabric, magazine covers, carpet, and curtains.  Original List Price $9.95.  (First Edition) Pp 12 2000.07.0301
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright Design (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Barnes and Noble, Inc., New York, by arrangement with PR C Publishing Ltd) Costantino, Maria The only difference in the 2000 version is the cover.  Over 100 full-color reproductions.  9.75x13. (Third Edition of this publishing) Pp 128 2000.32.0305
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Designs for Living - 2001 Calendar Pomegranate Photographs of Homes.  Original List Price $13.95.  (First Edition) Pp 24 2000.14.1200
2000 
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Frank Lloyd Wright, Engagement Book 2001  (Hard Cover) Pomegranate Original HC List Price $16.95.  Dream Houses (First Edition) Pp 125 2000.01.0201
2000 
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Frank Lloyd Wright Glass  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Courage Books) Ehrlich, Doreen Original HC List Price $19.98.  (First Edition) Pp 176 2000.03.0900
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright, SC Johnson and A New Architecture. The 2001 Brick In Architecture Awards Call For Entry. (Published by the Brick Industry Association in conjunction with Architecture magazine.) Brick Industry Association "The Progressive Industrialist and the Radical Architect. ...The heart of the administrative building is the ’Great Workroom’ - a two story, single hall where executives and clerical staff all work together." Wright is quoted "This is not only a thoroughly modern piece of work, but more nearly exemplifies the ideal of an organic architecture than any other I have built." Gift from Randolph C. Henning. 8 x 8. (First Edition) Pp 12 2000.60.0510
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright’s House Beautiful  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Hearst Books, New York.  Produced by Archetype Press, Inc., Washington D.C.) Maddex, Diane Original HC List Price $40.00.  Two copies.  (First Edition) Pp 176 2000.10.1201 2000.33.0806
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright’s House on Kentuck Knob  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by University of Pittsburgh Press) Hoffmann, Donald Original HC List Price $18.95.  (First Edition) Pp 112 2000.22.0404
2000 
Kentuck Knob Press Kit Kentuck Knob Includes 18 page booklet, Flyer, Fact Sheet, and two news articles.   2000.23.0404
2000 
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Stained Glass & Lightscreens  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Gibb-Smith Publishers) Heinz, Thomas A. Original HC List Price $39.95. (First Edition) Pp 132 2000.26.0804
2000
Frank Lloyd Wright Tour (Soft Cover DJ) (Published by The Japan Architectural Museum, Tokyo, Japan) Hatta, Minoru A record of the 10th anniversary tour of the Travel Plan Co., Frank Lloyd Wright. It appears to document the tours of Wright sites in the United States. Published in Japanese, and includes photographs and hand sketches. Original list price Y950. 6 x 8.25 (First Edition) Pp 223 2000.86.0718
2000
Lost Chicago (Soft Cover) (First published in 1975 by Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston. This first printing of the revised and enlarged edition is published by Watson-Guptill Publications, a division of BPI Communications, New York) Lowe, David Garrard Back cover: "Lost Chicago explores the architectural and cultural history of this great American city, a city whose architectural heritage was recklessly squandered during the second half of the twentieth century. David Garrard Lowe’s crisp, lively prose and over 270 rare photographs and prints, illuminate the decades when Gustavus Swift and Philip D. Armour ruled the greatest stockyards in the world; when industrialists and entrepreneurs such as Cyrus McCormick, Potter Palmer, George...  Continue... Pp 261 2000.87.0818
2000
Progressive Design in the Midwest, The Purcell-Cutts House and the Prairie School Collection at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts (Soft Cover) (Published by University of Minnesota Press and The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota) Olivarez, Jennifer Koman; Assistance of Wegener, Corine A. Built by William Gray Purcell and George Grant Elmslie in Minneapolis in 1913, the Purcell-Cutts house features a buff-colored facade, nearly flat roof, floor-to-ceiling art glass windows, and a revolutionary interior structured around an open floor plan, facilitating everyday living without the senseless division of space. Progressive Design in the Midwest documents the house and its furnishings from the year it was built to the time it was donated to the museum, restored, and...  Continue... Pp 199 2000.72.1215
2000 
Prairie Art Glass Drawings Volume 1. 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. (Second Edition) Pp 35 2000.53.0807
2000 
Tales of Taliesin  (Hard Cover)  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA.  First published in 1999 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 2000.51.0207
2000 
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The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Chartwell Books, Inc., Edison, NJ) Heinz, Thomas A. Virtually every structure that Wright built is represented in this extensive survey of his life's work.  His genius at architectural design enable him to work out extremely complex buildings in his head and translate them on to paper in a matter of hours.  His often tempestuous and sometimes tragic life and career are given full coverage in this book. Includes hundreds of photos, both archival and recent.  Original HC List Price $29.99.  12.25 x 9.5. (First Edition) Pp 447 2000.04.0700
2000
William Everett Martin House, 636 East Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois. Frank Lloyd Wright 1903. (PDF and printed edition) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Wright Plus 2000, Oak Park) Lesniak, Jack This is the third time I have gathered research on the Martin House. I started in 1991, embellished it in 1995 and dressed it up a little for this year's Wright Plus 2000... On September 11, 1902, Darwin Martin visited his brother William in Chicago and together they toured Oak Park where William intended to build a new house. Frank Lloyd Wright's distinctive houses caught their attention and led them to seek out Wright's Oak Park Studio. Frank Lloyd Wright was not in his studio that day, but the Martins spoke...  Continue...  Pp 48 2000.78.1216
2001
2001 
A Way of Life: An Apprenticeship With Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by The Images Publishing Group) Gottlieb, Lois Davidson Original HC List Price $48.00.  (First Edition) Pp 224 2001.35.1004
2001 
Bruce Goff Collection, Architectural Drawings: Projects A-C (Compiled and published by the Ernest R. Grahm Study Center for Architectural Drawings, Department of Architecture, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois) Art Institute of Chicago In 1990, The Art Institute of Chicago received Goff's comprehensive archive through the Shin'enKan Foundation, Inc. and Goff's executor, Joe Price. Additional donations have been received from various sources. Because of the vast scope of the archive, its contents were subsequently divided according to material type between several departments at the Art Institute. Holdings consist of approximately 8,400 architectural and...  Continue...   For more information on the Blair Residence see our Wright Study. Pp 17 2001.44.1009
2001 
Building A Legacy: The Restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park Home & Studio (Soft Cover)  (Published by Pomegranate) Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust; Forward by Eric Wright Original SC List Price $30.00. (First Edition) Pp 150 2001.32.0504
2001 
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Essential Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Parragon Publishing, Bath, UK) Knight, Caroline Original HC List Price $9.98.  8.25 x 11.5.  (First Edition) Pp 256 2001.03.1201
2001 
Fallingwater: Wright 2002 - Calendar Universe Publishing Photographs by Robert P. Ruschak (First Edition) Pp 24 2001.10.1201
2001 
Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - No DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble, Inc., New York, by arrangement with World Publications Group, Inc., North Dighton, MA) Hart, Spencer Sixth Reprint 2001.  No DJ. Color of end plates changed from red to a dark red in this sixth edition. 12 x 10.  (Sixth Edition) Pp 128 2001.42.0405
2001 
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Art of Japan  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Japan Society & Harry N. Abrams, Inc.) Meech, Julia Original HC List Price $60.00.   (First Edition) Pp 304 2001.34.0704
2001 
Frank Lloyd Wright & Lewis Mumford. Thirty Years of Correspondence. (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York) Edited by Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Wojtowicz, Robert Their 150 letters from 1926-1958 covered a wide range of topics, including Wright's position in the history of American architecture and contemporary practice, their friends and rivals, the invention and spread of the International Style, and political events in Europe and the US. Original HC List Price $27.50. 6.25 x 9.25.  (First Edition) Pp 294 2001.41.0305
2001 
Frank Lloyd Wright: A Retrospective View (Hard Cover) (Published by Grange Books, an imprint of Grange Books Pic, Hoo, nr Rochester, Kent, Grate 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 and the text on the title page. The interior remained the same. 9.5 x 12. (Fourth Edition) Pp 112 2001.50.0511
2001
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 2000 Annual Report (Soft Cover) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Sections include: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives; Taliesin Architects; Taliesin Preservation, Inc.; Licensing and Brand Management; Education Outreach Program; Development; Operation Revenues and Expenses; Public Access; Frank Lloyd Wright Association; The William Wesley Peters Library. Mission Statement: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation conserves the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and advances..  Continue... Pp 28 2001.60.0415
2001
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Sixth Annual Great Treasure Hunt and Benefit Auction (Soft Cover) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Held in Scottsdale, Arizona. October 6, 2001. Benefit the preservation of Taliesin West... Arizona historic landmark & international treasure. Catalog with 381 items, though not all are listed. Includes 21 B&W photographs, and an addition three single sheets slipped into the catalog. 8.5 x 11 (First Edition) Pp 28 2001.61.0415
2001 
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Inside and Out  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Barnes & Noble, New York) Maddex, Diane Original HC List Price $19.95.  (First Edition) Pp 256 2001.04.1201
2001 
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Designs for Living - 2002 Calendar Pomegranate Original List Price $13.95.  Photographs of Homes (First Edition) Pp 24 2001.21.0502
2001 
Frank Lloyd Wright, Recollections by Those Who Knew Him (Soft Cover) (Published by Dover Publications, Inc. Mineola, New York) Tafel, Edgar First published in 1993 under the title "About Wright, An Album of Recollections by Those Who Knew Frank Lloyd Wright", published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York. "Multifaceted view of Wright compiled by an accomplished architect, a former Wright apprentice, includes candid comments from apprentices and draftsmen, friends, clients, Wright’s children, and well-known figures such as Philip Johnson, Robert Moses, Arthur Miller, and Anne Baxter. ‘An intimate, humanizing portrait of a...  Continue... Pp 326 2001.51.0511
2001 
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Samara: Winged Seeds of Indiana  (Hard Cover - DJ) Rogers, Wallace J. Original HC List Price $17.95.  (First Edition) Pp 80 2001.30.0404
2001 
Glass: Frank Lloyd Wright At A Glance  (Hard Cover - DJ) Ehrlich, Doreen Original HC List Price $19.95.  (First Edition) Pp 96 2001.24.0103
2001 
Interiors: Frank Lloyd Wright At A Glance  (Hard Cover - DJ) Moor, Abby Original HC List Price $19.95. (First Edition) Pp 96 2001.26.0603
2001
Light Screens, The Complete Leaded-Glass Windows of FLW (Hard Cover DJ and Slip Case) (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Sloan, Julie L. "Visionary and prolific, Frank Lloyd Wright conceived leaded-glass windows for almost every one of his buildings between 1885 and 1923, his most celebrated years. His output was prodigious: an estimated 4,365 window designs for over 160 structures, more than 100 of which were realized. Here, Julie L. Sloan presents the largest gathering of these windows ever published. In this accessibly written, impressively researched volume, Sloan shows how Wright revolutionized a centuries-old art form...  Continue... Pp 400 2001.79.0718
2001 
Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc.) Sloan, Julie L. (Signed by Author) Published in conjunction with the exhibit "Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright". A traveling exhibit from May 10, 2001 - July 20, 2003, in five locations.  Original HC List Price $39.95. (First Edition) Pp 159 2001.23.1002
2001 

Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York, in conjunction with the exhibit "Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright". A traveling exhibit from May 10, 2001 - July 20, 2003, in five locations.)

Sloan, Julie L. With inexhaustible creativity, Frank Lloyd Wright designed an estimated 4,365 windows for over 160 of his buildings. With this boldly abstract glass, he distanced himself from his contemporaries Louis Comfort Tiffany and John La Farge and invented a fully modern language for ornamental design. Sloan identifies three phases in Wright's evolution toward this exciting idiom. For his earliest windows, of 1885-1898, the master conceived curvilinear Queen Anne-style motifs. In his famed...  Continue... Pp 159 2001.58.0813
2001 
Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright (Organized and Published by Exhibitions International, New York.  Sponsored by Steelcase Inc.) Sloan, Julie L. Booklet for the traveling exhibition. 6 x 8.5.  (First Edition) Pp 12 2001.43.0506
    Light Screens: The Complete Leaded Glass Windows of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc.) Sloan, Julie L. A more complete look at the glass of Frank Lloyd Wright.  Original HC List Price $175.00. Pp 394  
2001 

Prairie Style (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Friedman/Fairfax)

Skolnik, Lisa Original HC List Price $17.95.  (First Edition) Pp 96 2001.25.0203
2001
Preserving Graycliff: An Examination of the Colors, Fabrics and Furniture of the Frank Lloyd Wright Designed Summer Residence of Isabelle Martin (Digital) (Published by WAG Postprints, Dallas, Texas) Kirschner, Pamela Information was gathered in a study of the interior color scheme, fabrics and furniture of the Frank Lloyd Wright designed house Graycliff. The house is situated on a cliff overlooking Lake Erie in Derby, New York. It was designed by Wright in 1926 for Isabelle Martin, the wife of the industrialist Darwin Martin. Wright designed both freestanding and built-in furniture for the house interior and also suggested colors and fabrics... Graycliff was the summer estate of Isabelle R. and Darwin D. Martin and is located on the...  Continue... Pp 15 2001.78.0718
2001 
Saving America’s Treasures, National Trust for Historic Preservation (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by National Geographic, Washington, D.C. Young, Dwight; Essays by: Frazier, Ian; Mallon, Thomas; Petroski, Henry; Prose, Francine; Suarez, Ray... "America's treasures come in all shapes and sizes. Tucked away in every corner of the nation, they literally embody the history of our country and our culture -- but all too often they languish forgotten, the priceless legacy of our past crumbling quietly, inexorably, irreplaceably away... This fascinating, vividly illustrated book is a wonderfully varied showcase of 47 treasures, carefully selected to display the extraordinary breadth of the project's scope and profiled in a concise text that captures its place in our...  Continue... Pp 192 2001.56.0313
2001 
Usonia New York. Building a Community with Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York) Reisley, Roland; with Timpane, John; Forward by Filler, Martin Usonia, New York is the story of a group of idealistic men and women who, following WWII, enlisted Frank Lloyd Wright to design and help them build a cooperative utopian community near Pleasantville, NY. Through both historic memorabilia and contemporary color photos, this book reveals the still-thriving community based on concepts Wright advocated in his Broadacre City proposals. Over the years, thousands of architects, scholars, planners, and students have visited the community, but no...  Continue... Pp 172 2001.53.0711
2001
Who Is Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover DJ, with additional orange band over dust jacket) (Published by Matsudo: OÌ’kokusha) Tanigawa, Masami

Title "Furanku Roido Raito Towa Dareka" by Amazon. Possible translation of chapters: 1) Wright Myth is Alive. 2) Real image of Architect Wright. 3) Imperial Hotel Drama of Flowing Space. 4) Wright in Japan. 5) The Future of Wright Buildings . Includes many photographs and illustrations. Original list price ¥1800. 5.4 x 7.75

Pp 205 2001.77.1117
2001 

The Wright Space  (Hard Cover - DJ)

Hart, Spencer Original HC List Price $24.98.  (First Edition) Pp 256 2001.28.0404
2001
Web of Life (Soft Cover) (Self published) Nemtin, Frances "Like a benevolent spider Taliesin has been spinning a web of associations and friendships all through its history. Neighbors, farmers, clients, workmen, trades people, apprentices, volunteers, Lloyd Jones family members and the Taliesin Fellowship all have been part of this ever-widening web..." Long-time fellowship member Frances Nemtin introduces many people from the early years of the Fellowship, making the construction of the building come alive and showing Wright in a unique light. 5.4 x 8.5 (First Edition) Pp 59 2001.63.1015
2001 
Wendingen, A Journal for the Arts 1918 - 1932  (Hard Cover - DJ) Le Coultre, Martijn F. A study of every issue of the Wendingen publication. Original HC List Price $50.00. (First Edition) Pp 272 2001.29.0404
2001 
Wright for Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Howard, Hugh; Photographed by Straus, Roger III The buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright exercise a kind of architectural magic on the people who visit them, inspiring a sense of wonder at their visual elements, dramatic energy, and ingenious compositional features. These qualities are no more evident than in the buildings that Wright designed for himself and his family. Wright for Wright is the first book to focus exclusively on these seven houses and ten other structures. Free from the constraints of the client-architect relationship, the...  Continue... Pp 160 2001.27.0603 2001.52.0511
2001 
Wright Sites: A guide to Frank Lloyd Wright Public Places. Revisited and Revised. (Soft Cover) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York) Edited by Sanderson, Arlene Includes five new entries in this edition. Original SC List Price $14.95. 5.5 x 9.  (First Edition) Pp 143 2001.38.0205
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A&P. The Story of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (Soft Cover) (Published by Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC) Anderson, Avis H. "In 1859, the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, known everywhere as A&P, began as a mail-order business located at 31 Vesey Street in downtown Manhattan. In 1925, A&P operated more than thirteen thousand grocery stores nationwide, with more than forty thousand employees. By 1950, approximately ten cents out of every dollar spent on food in the United States passed over A&P counters. A&P: The Story of the... Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Huntington Hartford Resort Project. Pp 128 2002.104.0515
2002 
An Important Lamp by Frank Lloyd Wright for Susan Lawrence Dana House Tuesday 10, December 2002, Christie’s New York. (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Christie’s International Media Division, London) Anonymous; Hanks, David A. A hard cover auction catalog devoted to a single item, the double pedestal Susan Lawrence Dana lamp designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Estimated sale price $1,200,00-$1,800,000. Sale Price of lamp $1,800,000. 8.5 x 10.75. (First Edition) Pp 63 2002.55.0205
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Art & Architecture on 1001 Afternoons in Chicago.  Essays and tall tales of artists and the cityscape of the 1920's. (Published by Snickersnee Press, Washington DC)  (Hard Cover) Hecht, Ben; Commentary and book by Kovan, Florice Whyte Ben Hecht wrote for the Chicago Daily News and the Chicago Literary Times between 1921-25 before he became Hollywood’s highest paid writer.  Not really related to Wright other than a photograph of Wright in 1956.  “Decades before Frank Lloyd Wright showed his mile high building idea to Chicago, Ben Hecht did the send-up, Peer Gynt’s Panhandle.  Page 90.”  “In 1956 Frank Lloyd Wright presents his conception of a 528 foot Illinois Building in Chicago.”  Includes one photograph related to Wright...  Continue... Pp 114 2002.75.0307
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Backroads of Wisconsin, Your Guide to Wisconsin’s Most Scenic Backroad Adventures (Published by Voyageur Press, Inc., Stillwater, MN) Hintz, Martin; Rashid, Bob Pages 120-123: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s spirit is strongest at Taliesin, a National Historic Landmark. The visitor center, its Riverview Terrace Café, gallery, and bookstore are located..." Includes a short biography and three photographs. Original list price $19.95. 8.5 x 11 (Third Edition) Pp 160 2002.02.0214
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California Textile Block: Frank Lloyd Wright At A Glance  (Hard Cover - DJ) Moor, Abby Original HC List Price $19.95. (First Edition) Pp 96 2002.45.1203
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Creative Lives: Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover, Library Binding) (Published by Heinemann Library, an imprint of Reed Education & Professional Publishing, Chicago) Middleton, Haydn Frank Lloyd Wright changed architecture by developing an American style that matched buildings to their settings. His ideas traveled through his writing, his talks, and his hundreds of students, and influenced architecture all over the world. Covers Wright life from his childhood to his death with a focus on his career. Wright spent a lifetime developing and implementing his creations, many of which still stand. Text boxes further explain a specific event in the life of the artist, or inform readers about influences...  Continue... Pp 64 2002.00.0811
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Early Years: Frank Lloyd Wright At A Glance  (Hard Cover - DJ) Ehrlich, Doreen Original HC List Price $19.95. (First Edition) Pp 96 2002.48.0304
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Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright, Architecture in Detail.  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Phaidon Press, Inc. London, New York) McCarter, Robert This smaller version is an exact reprint of the larger 1994 version.  Original SC List Price $14.95.  10x10.  (First Edition this size.) Pp 60 2002.61.0306
2002 
Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Select Editions is published by Selectabook Ltd., Devises, Wiltshire, Great Britain. Copyright 1999 Regency House Publishing Ltd.) Copplestone, Trewin First published in 1999 by Regency House Publishing Limited. 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. (First Select Editions Edition) 9.25 x 12. Pp 76 2002.01.1212
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Frank Lloyd Wright  (Stiff 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...  Continue... Pp 182 2002.53.1104
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Frank Lloyd Wright: A Beginner’s Guide (Soft Cover) (Published by Hodder & Stoughton, London) Nicholson, Geoff Original SC List Price £5.99 ($9.00).  5 x 7.75.  (First Edition) Pp 88 2002.54.0105
2002 
Frank Lloyd Wright - A Visual Encyclopedia  (This edition published by PRC Publishing Ltd, London)  (Soft Cover) Thomson, Iain First published in 1999 by PRC Publishing Ltd, London.  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 x 12.  Front and back cover are only difference in this edition.  (Third Edition) Pp 416 2002.51.0103
2002 
Frank Lloyd Wright Elegant Houses, GA Traveler 006  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd., Tokyo) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pictorial essay of Elegant Houses. Edited and Photographed by Futagawa, Yukio.  Text in English and Japanese, Taliesin West August 2002.  Homes include: Herbert F. Johnson Wingspread; Leigh Stevens Auldbrass; Lowell Walter Cedar Rock; Herman Mossberg House; Kenneth Laurent House; David wright House; William Palmer House; Isadora Zimmerman House; Harold Price Grandma House; Gerald Tonkens House. Original cover price ¥2800, $35.00.  6.25 x 9. Pp 270 2002.83.0807
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Frank Lloyd Wright Field Guide  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Running Press, Philadelphia) Clayton, Marie Original SC List Price $9.95.  (First Edition) Pp 480 2002.37.1202
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 2002 Annual Report (Soft Cover) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Sections include: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives; The William Wesley Peters Library; Frank Lloyd Wright Education Outreach Program; Frank Lloyd Wright Public Access; Taliesin Preservation, Inc.; Frank Lloyd Wright Brand Management and Retail; Operation Revenues and Expenses; Development; Frank Lloyd Wright Association; Frank Lloyd Wright Volunteers. Insert: Single sheet for the "Great Treasure Hunt Raffle..  Continue... Pp 24 2002.105.0415
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Graphic Artist  (Hard Cover - DJ) Fowler, Penny Original HC List Price $30.00. (First Edition)  (See March Balloons) Pp 133 2002.43.0403
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Houses for the Architect Straus, Roger 2003 Calendar by Roger Straus III  Original List Price $13.95.  (First Edition) Pp 28 2002.50.1202
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Frank Lloyd Wright in Pop-Up   (Hard Cover)   (Published by Thunder Bay Press) Thomson, Iain Six 3-D pop-ups of Wright's buildings, plus photos and original plans and drawings. They include the Robie House in Chicago, the Charles Ennis House, Fallingwater, the Johnson's Wax administrative building and research tower, the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of Art. Original HC List Price $19.98.   (First Edition) Pp 45 2002.28.0502
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Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie Houses GA Traveler 004  (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd., Tokyo)  (Hard Cover DJ) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pictorial essay of 11 Prairie Houses: Winslow; Willits; Thomas; Dana; Heurley, Martin; Robie; Tomek; Coonley; Boynton and May.  Edited and Photographed by Yukio Futagawa.  Text in English and Japanese, Taliesin West May 2001.   Original cover price ¥3500, $45.00.  6.25 x 9.  (First Edition) Pp 366 2002.73.0307
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Houses  (Hard Cover - DJ) Heinz, Thomas A. This book takes a look at many unusual private homes designed by Wright, from the cantilevered "Fallingwater" in Pennsylvania to the "Desert-rose" concrete-block Lykes House in Phoenix, Arizona. Includes many popular examples of Wright's most famous houses.  Three books in this series.  Original HC List Price $9.99.  8.25 x 10.25.  (First Edition) Pp 80 2002.34.1002
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Interiors  (Hard Cover - DJ) Heinz, Thomas A. A photographic view of more than 1,000 interiors of homes, public buildings, and corporate buildings designed by Wright, matching interior design to architectural elements--comfort, convenience, and spaciousness. This incredible four-color book features his use of tradition, horizontal lines, natural elements, concrete, and three-dimensional space.
Three books in this series.  Original HC List Price $9.99.  8.25 x 10.25. 
(First Edition)
Pp 80 2002.32.1002
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Public Buildings  (Hard Cover - DJ) Heinz, Thomas A. With four color photographs throughout, this is a look at the most famous of Wright's public buildings, including corporate structures, churches, hotels, and museums. This book features some of his greatest designs--Unity Temple, Guggenheim Museum, Price Tower, Japan's Imperial Hotel, and many others.  Three books in this series.  Original HC List Price $9.99.  8.25 x 10.25.  (First Edition) Pp 80 2002.31.1002
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Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin, GA Traveler 002  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd., Tokyo) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pictorial essay of Taliesin. Edited and Photographed by Futagawa, Yukio. Text in English and Japanese, Taliesin West June 21, 1989. Text originally published in “Frank Lloyd Wright Select Houses 2, Taliesin" Pfeiffer 1990. Original cover price ¥2800, $35.00. 6.25 x 9. Pp 271 2002.82.0807
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Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin West GA Traveler 001  (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd., Tokyo)  (Hard Cover DJ) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pictorial essay of Taliesin West.  Edited and Photographed by Yukio Futagawa.  Text in English and Japanese, Taliesin West July 8, 1988.  Original cover price ¥2800, $35.00.  6.25 x 9.  Revised and condensed version of "Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 3".  (First Edition) Pp 251 2002.72.0307
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Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Houses GA Traveler 005 (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd., Tokyo) (Hard Cover DJ) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pictorial essay of twelve Usonian homes: Jacobs 1; Hanna; Lloyd Lewis; Rosenbaum; Pope; Winckler/Goetsch; Schwartz; Sturges; Pew; Affleck; Baird and M. M. Smith. Edited and Photographed by Futagawa, Yukio. Text in English and Japanese, Taliesin West May 2001.  Eleven of the homes appear in “Frank Lloyd Wright Select Houses 6". Carlton Wall was dropped and Baird was added. Many of the photographs are repeated. Original cover price ¥3500, $55.00.  6.25 x 9.  (First Edition) Pp 365 2002.88.1007
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Hollyhock House Docent Roster, 2002 - 2003 (Spiral Bound) (Revised December 2002, Compiled by Gabriel Cifarelli) Cifarelli, Gabriel Docent: A person who acts as a guide, typically on a voluntary basis, in a museum or art gallery. Spiral bound booklet includes: Thirteen photographs of the Hollyhock House Rehabilitation taken between 2001-2002, courtesy of Mallcraft, Inc.; City of Los Angeles and Barnsdall Art Park; Friends of Hollyhock House; Docents Listed by Year of Membership; Hollyhock HOu8se Docents. 8.5 x 11 Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 24 2002.111.0616
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Houses By Frank Lloyd Wright: 2003 Engagement Calendar Pomegranate Comm. Original List Price $14.95. (First Edition) PP 120 2002.38.1202
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Life & Works of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover)  (This soft cover edition published by Barnes & Noble, Inc., New York)  (Originally published by Regency House Publishing, Inc.) Heinz, Thomas A. This book takes you through the journey of the life and works of  Wright. Filled with full-color photographs of every one of his existing building, as well as archival photos of many of his buildings that have been destroyed, this complete collection is an irresistible homage to Frank Lloyd Wright, the man and the architect. Original SC List Price $9.98, HC List Price $15.00.  6 x 6.5.  (First Edition) Pp 400 2002.35.1102
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National Register of Historic Places, Henderson, Frank B. Residence (Published by the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places, Washington D.C.) Follett, Jean A. Registration and Continuation forms for the F.B. Henderson Residence, 1901, Elmhurst, Illinois (S.057). Includes detailed historical information concerning the Henderson Residence and Frank Bignell Henderson, .8.5 x 11.  Courtesy of the Elmhurst Historical Museum.  For more information on the Henderson Residence see our Wright Study. Pp 26 2002.89.1208
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National Register of Historic Places, Scoville Park, Oak Park, IL (Prepared by the Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest and the Park District of Oak Park, Oak Park, IL) Gilmore, Lesley M. Registration and Continuation forms for Scoville Park, Oak Park, Illinois (S.094). Includes detailed historical information concerning Scoville Park and Oak Park. 8.5 x 11. Pp 60 2002.93.0310
2002 
Prairie Houses: Frank Lloyd Wright At A Glance  (Hard Cover - DJ) Moor, Abby Original HC List Price $19.95. (First Edition) Pp 96 2002.46.1203
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20th Century Furniture & Decorative Arts. Sunday, September 29, 2002 in Los Angeles (Published by Butterfields Auctioneers Corp.) Butterfields Auctioneers Corp. Includes two Wright items and related Wesley Peters items. Estimated sale price for S.C. Johnson & Son Administration Building Chair (pictured on cover), circa 1936, and manufactured by Steelcase, estimated sale price $12-15,000. Final sale price $104,750. Original catalog list price $30.00. 8.5 x 11.  (First Edition) Pp 96 2002.62.0506
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The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Complete Catalog  (Hard Cover - DJ) Storrer, William Allin Third Edition. First printing. Originally published in 1974. Photography in color.  Original HC List Price $75.00, SC List Price $35.00.  (Sweeney 1948) Pp 512 1948.03.0504
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The Art & Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. A 16-Month 2003 Calendar by Thomas A. Heinz (Soft Cover) (Published by Avalanche Publishing, Cypress, California) Heinz, A Thomas Includes descriptive text and 27 photographs. Original SC List Price $12.99. 12 x 12. (First Edition) Pp 28 2002.49.0103
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The 50 Greatest Love Letters of All Time  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by Crown Publishers, New York. A Byron Press Book) Lowenherz, David H. Chapter 44: Frank Lloyd Wright to Maude Miriam Noel.  “...I think there is nothing you can say to me to change what has already taken place.  I have nothing to say.  Whatever there was in me for you is absolutely dead - even anger.”  Includes one portrait of Wright.  Original list price $20.00.  5.5 x 8.5.  (Fifth Edition) Pp 169 - 172 2002.87.0807
2002 
The Gordon House: A Moving Experience  (Stiff Soft Cover) (Published by Beyond Words Publishing) Woodin, Larry Cover is die-cut in the shape of the window pattern.  Original SC List Price $15.95.   (Signed by Author) (First Edition) Pp 32 2002.02.0302
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The World’s Greatest Buildings. Masterpieces of Architectural (Soft Cover) (Published by Fog City Press, San Francisco, CA. A Weldon Owen Production) Cowan, Henry; Greenstein, Ruth; Hanna, Bronwyn; Haskell, John; Howells, Trevor, Malor, Deborah; Phillips, John; Ranieri... Showcases 100 of the world’s most admired and timeless structures. Photographs, diagrams, and illustrations show not only what these building look like, but also how they were built. From Stonehenge to the pyramids of Egypt to the Panama Canal. (Publisher’s description). Of the 100 structures, it includes three Wright buildings: Unity Temple (46-47), Fallingwater (144-145), Guggenheim Museum (170-171) as well as additional information on Wright (Cover, 16-17, 121, 152, 180). Includes...  Continue... Pp 256 2002.92.1009
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Usonian Houses: Frank Lloyd Wright At A Glance  (Hard Cover - DJ) Ehrlich, Doreen Original HC List Price $19.95.  (First Edition) Pp 96 2002.47.1203
2002 
Wood / Wright, Little Houses on the Prairie (Soft Cover) Behrens, Roy (First Edition) Pp 11 2002.30.0702
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Wrightscapes (Hard Cover - DJ) Aguar, Charles E. & Berdeana Original HC List Price $45.00.  (First Edition) Pp 373 2002.36.1002
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2003 
Architecture in Detail: New York  (Library Binding DJ) (Published by PRC Publishing Ltd, London) Reiss, Marcia Twenty of New York’s most impressive, buildings receive detailed attention, including Wright’s Guggenheim Museum.  Traces 16 year battle from concept to conception, “...the most controversial building ever to rise in New York.  ...When a ten-story addition was proposed in 1985, the museum was once again the center of controversy... because it might have altered a recognized work of art.”  Includes four photographs.  Original list price $12.95.   6.3 x 8.25.  (First Edition) Pp 96 2003.25.0607
2003
Auldbrass, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Southern Plantation (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Riozzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) De Long, David G.; Silver, Joel Although Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than 1,000 projects during his long and prolific career, Auldbrass Plantation, in Yemassee, South Carolina, is the only plantation he ever designed. It is also one of the largest and most complex projects he ever undertook. Wright had an unusually intense commitment to Auldbrass, and worked on it, off and on, for more than twenty years, from 1938 until his death in 1959. Because Auldbrass was private and because it fell into disrepair...  Continue... Pp 275 2003.53.0216
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Duets: Frank Lloyd Wright; Georgia O’Keeffe  (Hard Cover - DJ) Bonet, Llorenc; Kliczkowski, Sol Original HC List Price $12.95.  (First Edition) Pp 96 2003.04.0404
2003 
Fallingwater Rising: Frank Lloyd Wright, E.J. Kaufmann, and America’s Most Extraordinary House  (Hard Cover - DJ)    (Published by Knopf Publishing Group) Toker, Franklin Original HC List Price $35.00.  (First Edition) Pp 496 2003.05.0404
2003 
Frank Lloyd Wright (Library Binding) (Published by Raintree, a Division of Reed Elsevier, Inc. Planned and produced by Discovery Books) Ingram, Scott Children’s book.  Part of the Raintree Biography series.  A biography of the innovative American architect whose ideas influenced the direction of design in the twentieth century. Original cover price $26.79.  8.5 x 11. (First Edition) Pp 32 2003.24.0607
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Frank Lloyd Wright: 2004 Engagement Calendar (Soft Cover with plastic sheets front and back (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate; Zimmerman, Scot The American Institute of Architects has called him "the greatest American architect of all time." Wright might have quibbled over the qualifier; certainly his ambition was to be the greatest anywhere, of any time. The architectural treasures reproduced in this calendar could convince you that indeed he was. (Back cover.) Thirty two photographs by Scot Zimmerman. Original list price $14.99. 6.75 x 8 (First Edition) Pp 112 2003.46.0913
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Frank Lloyd Wright: A Bio-Bibliography (Hard Cover) (Published by Praeger Publishers, Westport, CT, an imprint of Greenwood Publishing Group.) Langmead, Donald This volume is a chronologically arranged, annotated bibliography of English- and foreign-language sources including over 3,500 primary entries, with thousands more connected references, presented alphabetically by decades and genres. The book documents not only the literature on Wright from 1886 to the present, but also his own extensive writings. It covers source books, monographs, anthologies, exhibition catalogues, book and exhibition reviews, periodical articles, and obituaries. Includes...  Continue... Pp 430 2003.44.1212
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Frank Lloyd Wright.  American Architects Series.  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published By Rockport Publishers, Inc., Gloucester, Massachusetts) Kliczkowski, Sol; Cuito, Aurora Original HC List Price $14.99.  7.5 x 10.25.  (First Edition) Pp 79 2003.14.0105
2003 
Frank Lloyd Wright and The Johnson Wax Building  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, New York) Lipman, Jonathan First published in 1986 by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. Published on the occasion of an exhibition organized by the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, and exhibited at eleven locations from April 26, 1986 - December 31, 1988.  8.25 x 10.9.  Original list price 19.95.  Two copies.  (First Dover Edition) Pp 197 2003.32.0907 2003.33.0907
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Frank Lloyd Wright: An Exhibition of Books, Artifacts & Art from the Collection of Donald Singer (Published by the Broward County Libraries Division, Bienes Center for the Literary Arts, Ft. Lauderdale, FL) Findlay, James A. A catalog that accompanied an exhibition Sept 10, 2003 - Jan 12, 2004.  Highlights approximately 54 books, periodicals and other artifacts and artwork dating from 1897 to the present. 300 copies were printed. Original Soft Cover List Price $15.00.  6 x 9.  (Two Copies)  (First Edition) Pp 40 2003.16.0606 2003.17.0606
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Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture GA Traveler 007  (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd., Tokyo)  (Hard Cover DJ) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pictorial essay of six Public Buildings: Johnson Administration; Johnson Tower; Florida Southern College; Guggenheim museum; Price Tower; Marin County Center; and six Religious Buidlings: Unity Temple; Anne Pfeiffer Chapel; Danforth Chapel; Unitarian Meeting House; Beth Sholom Synagogue and Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church.  Edited and Photographed by Yukio Futagawa.  Text in English and Japanese, Public Buildings: Taliesin West April 16, 2003; Religious Buildings...  Continue... Pp 2318 2003.22.0307
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Frank Lloyd Wright At Home - 2004 Calendar

Pomegranate Photographs by Roger Straus III.  Original List Price $13.99.  (First Edition) Pp 25 2003.12.1104
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Frank Lloyd Wright Designs, 2004 Calendar Pomegranate Original List Price $6.99.  (First Edition) Pp 28 2003.03.0404
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Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater GA Traveler 003  (Published by A.D.A. Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd., Tokyo)  (Hard Cover DJ) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Pictorial essay of Fallingwater.  Edited and Photographed by Yukio Futagawa.  Text in English and Japanese, Taliesin West January 1990.  Original cover price ¥2800, $35.00.  6.25 x 9.  Revised and condensed version of "Frank Lloyd Wright Selected Houses 4".  (First Edition) Pp 237 2003.21.0307
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Frank Lloyd Wright Unbuilt Projects. Book of Postcards. (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Rohnert Park, CA) Pomegranate Comm. Book of 30 postcards. Originally published in 1999, Second Edition. Original list price $9.95.  7 x 4.75.  (Second Edition) Pp 68 2003.31.0607
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Year By Year  (Soft Cover) Thomson, Iain 5.75 x 6.5.  (First Edition) Pp 480 2003.06.0504
2003
H.Th. Wijdeveld: Art Deco Design On Paper (Soft Cover) (Published by Museum Meermanno-Westreenianum, Rotterdam) Oldewarris, Hans (Guest curator and Wijdeveld scholar) Catalogue accompanying an exhibition from March 22 - June 22, 2003, on the typography of H. Th. Wijdeveld, who start the magazine "Wendingen" in 1918. Exhibition was held at the Museum Meermanno, The Hague. "Wijdeveld an architect, trained by PJH Cuypers, developed a very personal style of his buildings, furniture, theater sets and in his typographic designs. His typography is decorative and focused on form, legibility was of secondary importance. The ornamentation in his typographic...  Continue... Pp 48 2003.45.0113
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Interior Style & Design  (Hard Cover - DJ) Ehrlich, Doreen Original HC List Price $19.98.  (First Edition) Pp 176 2003.01.1103
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Modern Architecture and Other Essays (Published by Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey and in the United Kingdom, Woodstock, Oxfordshire) Scully. Vincent; Levine, Neil This extensively illustrated and elegantly designed volume distills Scully's incalculable contribution. Neil Levine, a former student of Scully's, selects twenty essays that reveal the breadth and depth of Scully's work from the 1950s through the 1990s. The essays also highlight Scully's engagement with the careers of so many of the twentieth century's most significant architects, from Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Kahn to Robert Venturi. (Publisher’s description.) Of the 20 essays Wright is included...  Continue... Pp 400 2003.35.1009
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Oak Park in Vintage Postcards (Published by Arcadia Publishing, Charleston SC, Chicago IL, Portsmouth NH, San Francisco CA) Deuchler, Douglas "Postcard sales were big business in the early 20th century. In fact, by 1909 Americans were buying more than one billion postcards a year... Cheap, efficient, and relatively speedy, they were the e-mail of their day." Includes eleven vintage postcards related to Wright including: The Horse Fountain (2); Gale Residence (1); Heutley Residence (2); Wright’s Home and Studio (2); Nathan Moore Residence I (2 - including this 1906) and II (1); Unity Temple (1). 6.5 x 9.25. Original list price $19.99...  Continue... Pp 128 2003.42.0711
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The Arts & Crafts Movement  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published By Barnes and Noble, Inc., New York) Sommer, Robin Langley (1 Ch.); Rago, David; Costantino, Maria (4); Six, Dean (1); Morris, Patricia (1) First published in 1995 by Saraband Limited, The Art House, Glasgow, Scotland. Original HC List Price $9.98. 9.5 x 13.  (Second Edition) Pp 144 2003.13.0105
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The Rookery. A Building Book from the Chicago Architecture Foundation (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA, with the Chicago Architecture Foundation) Pridmore, Jay Frank Lloyd Wright remodeled the Rookery Building Entryway and Lobby in 1905 (S.113). Praised in 1888 as the largest and finest office building in the country--all eleven stories--The Rookery featured both masonry load-bearing walls and skeletal frame construction. Architect John Wellborn Root lavished exquisite care on The Rookery, built on the site of the former City Hall and named after its dirty pigeons and corrupt politicians. Frank Lloyd Wright modernized The Rookery in 1905, changing...  Continue... Pp 63 2003.43.0912
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Uncommon Sense, The Life of Marshall Erdman  (Published by Trails Custom Publishing, Black Earth, WI)  (Hard Cover DJ) Moe, Doug; D'Alessio, Alice Wright designed three prefab homes for the Marshall Erdman Company. Prefab #1: S.406-411 (nine homes) and Prefab #2: S.412 (two homes). See “House & Home” December 1956.  Original cover price $24.95. 8.25 x 10.25.  (First Edition) Pp 224 2003.23.0307
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Wright-Sized Houses: Frank Lloyd Wright's Solutions for Making Small Houses Feel Big.  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc.) Maddex, Diane Original HC List Price $30.00.  (First Edition) Pp 160 2003.07.0604
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2004

American Art Deco (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by World Publication Group, Inc., North Dighton, MA)  Two Copies.

Weber, Eva Includes 11 pages on Wright, and 8 photographs including the cover. Original HC List Price $16.99. 10.5 x 14.5 (First Edition) Pp 112 2004.11.0205 2004.12.0205
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A Work of Art for Kindred Spirits, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Zimmerman House  (Soft Cover)  (Published by the Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire) Levine, Neil; Startup, Hetty; Sundstrom, Kurt J. “Good architecture demands good clients.  Creative, experimental architects like Frank Lloyd Wright require something more special.  Their clients have to be devoted to the cause...”  6,000 copies published.  12 x 8.  (First Edition) Pp 33 2004.50.0907
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Chicago Skyscrapers in vintage Postcards (Published by Arcadia Publishing, Charleston SC, Chicago IL, Portsmouth NH, San Francisco CA) Hudson, Leslie A. Includes vintage postcards with references to Wright. 6.5 x 9.25. Original list price $19.99. (First Edition) Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 128 2004.60.0711
2004
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Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by World Publications Group, Inc., North Dighton, MA, JG Press) Hart, Spencer First World Publications printing.  Front & back cover same as 1993 and 1996 issues. Cloth cover is black and end plates are dark red.  Inside has not changed. 11.75 x 9.75.  (Seventh edition) Pp 128 2004.49.0807
2004 Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Lipper / Viking Book) Huxtable, Ada Louise Advance Uncorrected Proofs - Not For Sale. On Sale September 13, 2004 $19.95. 5 x 7.5. Pp 223 2004.15.0305
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Frank Lloyd Wright. (Hard Cover) (Published by Viking Penguin, New York, New York) Huxtable, Ada Louise Fascinated by Wright's supreme confidence, fiscal recklessness, con-man charm, and phoenix like resurrections, Huxtable tells the still shocking stories of his abandonment of his first wife and six children; the gruesome murders at Taliesin. But she is no less compelling in her chronicling of Wright's ever-evolving vision of "organic architecture".  Original HC List Price $19.95. 5.5 x 8 (First Edition) Pp 251 2004.18.0405
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Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover Library Binding) (Published by Viking Penguin, New York, New York) Huxtable, Ada Louise

Fascinated by Wright's supreme confidence, fiscal recklessness, con-man charm, and phoenix like resurrections, Huxtable tells the still shocking stories of his abandonment of his first wife and six children; the gruesome murders at Taliesin, his Wisconsin estate. But Huxtable is no less compelling in her chronicling of Wright's ever-evolving vision of "organic architecture". 5.5 x 8 (First Edition)

Pp 251 2004.43.0215
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Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Parragon Publishing, Bath, UK) Knight, Caroline First published in 2001 as "Essential Frank Lloyd Wright".  Only the cover has changed.  This (second) edition published in 2004.  8.25 x 11.5. Pp 256 2004.04.0804
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Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Parragon Publishing, Bath, UK) Knight, Caroline First published in 2001 as "Essential Frank Lloyd Wright". This edition published in 2004. This is a first edition in this size. Original HC List Price $7.00. 5 x 6.75. Pp 256 2004.16.0305
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Chicago  (Hard Cover - DJ) O’Gorman, Thomas J. Focuses on more than 100 Wright designs in the Chicago area. Photographs by Simon Clay. Original HC  List Price $24.95. (First Edition) Pp 415 2004.08.1204
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House, Architecture as Portraiture (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York) Quinan, Jack The Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York, is one of Wright's earliest and most important masterpieces. Built in the prairie style, this large residential complex was designed, landscaped, and extensively furnished by the architect. The history of its creation, recorded in over 400 letters exchanged between Wright and Martin, forms a fascinating biography not only of the house but of its architect and client. In this detailed account of the Martin House commission, Quinan mines...  Continue... Pp 248 2004.54.0810
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Complex (Published by the Martin House Restoration Corporation, Buffalo, New York) Neufeld, Lesley "Rebirth and Restoration. The Martin House Complex 1903-05. Frank Lloyd Wright’s genius is weaving together structures and landscape, interior and exterior is abundantly evident in the Darwin D. Martin Complex (1903-05), where each element is the arrangement of five buildings is harmoniously integrated with gardens and grounds. The Martin House Complex represents the first time in Wright’s celebrated career when he had the opportunity to express his genius through a multi-structure composition. Paired...  Continue... Pp 36 2004.78.0517
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Frank Lloyd Wright: The Interactive Portfolio  (Hard Cover - Boxed)  (Published by Running Press, Philadelphia, London)

Stipe, Margo "Fortunately for the many admirers of his architecture, theories, and designs, Frank Lloyd Wright was not only a lover of space and a man of vision - he was also a man who liked to save things. Since he opened his first office in Chicago in 1893, Wright held on to drawings, sketches, notes, photographs, manuscripts, and correspondence. Many of those artifacts survive today in his official archive at Taliesin West in Arizona. Produced in conjunction with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, this extraordinary...  Continue... Pp 92 2004.10.0205
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National Register of Historic Places, Heller Residence, Chicago, Illinois (Produced by the United States Department of Interior, National Parks Service) Wolf, Zana C. Registration and Continuation forms for the Heller Residence, 1896, Chicago, Illinois (S.038). Includes detailed historical information concerning the Heller Residence. Designated a National Historic Landmark, August 18, 2004. 8.5 x 11. See our Wright Study on the Heller Residence. Pp 15 2004.67.0614
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National Register of Historic Places, Narragansett (Published by the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Washington D. C. Service) Tatum, Terry

Excerpts: Charles L. Morgan, Artist and Architect. The terra cotta panels that appear on the primary facades of the Narragansett were designed by Charles L. Morgan, who was recognized both as an artist and architect. Charles Leonard Morgan (b. October 13, 1890, Mount Vernon, IL - d. April 5, 1947, Port Richey, FL) was an architect that is best known for his color artistry in his architectural renderings and for his perspective etchings. Although he began his studies at the University of Illinois...  Continue...

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National Register of Historic Places, First Unitarian Society (Published by the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Washington D. C. Service)

Beibel, Anne E.; Hamilton, Mary Jane; Markwyn, Abigail; Kasparek, Jonathan; Osman, Melinda

"The Unitarian Meeting House is located in the Village of Shorewood Hills. Once geographically distinct from Madison, the village is currently within the borders of the city although it has never been annexed. University Avenue, a major east-west thoroughfare, serves as a principal transportation corridor between central Madison and Shorewood Hills. Several miles to the west, University Avenue becomes U.S. Route 14, the road Wright typically traveled between Madison and his home...  Continue... Pp 35 2004.83.1117
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Notable Acquisitions at The Art Institute of Chicago (Soft Cover) (Published semiannually by the The Art Institute of Chicago publications Department, Chicago, as part of Museum Studies, Volume 30, No. 1) Art Institute of Chicago; Imperial Hotel, Zukowsky, John Included in the 44 notable acquisitions, is a "Section of a Lobby Lantern from the Imperial Hotel," pp. 26-27. "...To our knowledge, this lantern is the only such piece in an American collection. In his design, Wright placed these lanterns vertically, one above the other, to illuminate corners. The architect employed this arrangement within the Hotel’s lobby and on the exterior of its main entrance, using it to dematerialize the structure in a way that resembled his practice of placing windows across...  Continue... Pp 96 2004.65.0314
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Reflections From The Shining Brow. My Years With Frank Lloyd Wright and Olgivanna Lazovich (Soft Cover) (Published by Fithian Press. A division of Daniel and Daniel, Publishers, Inc., McKinleyville, CA) Amin, Kamal Kamal Amin, a young architect from Cairo, come to America to serve as an apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright. When he arrives at Taliesin, Wright's headquarters, he discovers the pervasive presence of Olgivanna Lazovich, Wright's third wife. Her spirit, as well as the spirit of her teacher, George Ivanovich Gurdjieff, dominate the environment. Kamal remains at Taliesin, working with Wright until Mr. Wright died, then stayed for ten more years. In his careen and in his association with Taliesin, he...  Continue... Pp 264 2004.59.1010
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Simply Wright.  A journey into the ideas of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture  (Soft Cover, Spiral Bound)  (Published by Castleconal Press, Madison, WI) Fleming, Diane Bresnan Children’s book.  Fleming has created an illustrative journey through Wright's architectural ideas such as light, harmony, beauty, space, nature, shapes, creativity, and materials.  Each idea is presented on a spread with a verbal explanation, a number of pictorial representations, and a puzzle for readers to solve.  Profusely illustrated with four-color photographs.  Original cover price $17.95.  9.25 x 9. (First Edition) Pp 33 2004.41.0607
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The Art & Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. A 16-Month 2005 Calendar by Thomas A. Heinz (Soft Cover) (Published by Avalanche Publishing, Cypress, California) Heinz, A. Thomas Includes descriptive text and 27 photographs. Original SC List Price $12.99. 12 x 12. (First Edition) Pp 28 2004.17.1204
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The Show to End all Shows, Frank Lloyd Wright and The Museum of Modern Art, 1940 (Published by The Museum of Modern Art, New York) (Soft Cover) Edited by: Reed, Peter and Kaizen, William; With an Essay by Smith, Kathryn In 1940, MOMA exhibited “Frank Lloyd Wright, American Architect”, organized by the museum and Wright.  The accompanying publication was never published due to Wright’s objections.  This is the catalog that was to be published as well as an essay by Kathryn Smith. Original cover price $24.95.  8.5 x 10. Two copies. (First Edition) Pp 240 2004.35.1206 2004.64.1012
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The Wright Style. The Interiors of Frank Lloyd Wright, Revised Edition (Soft Cover) (Published by Thanes & Hudson Ltd., London) Lind, Carla "Here is a breathtaking look at the endlessly popular works of Frank Lloyd Wright. This great American architect regarded his houses as symphonies, each composed as a beautiful whole down to the smallest detail. He shaped not just the shell, but everything that went with it: furniture, skylights, art glass windows, light fixtures, textiles, carpets, murals, decorative accessories, even the surrounding landscape. The Wright Style offers an extraordinary guided tour of more than forty houses, from...  Continue... Pp 224 2004.76.0916
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Tokyo, City and Architecture (Published by Universal Publishing, A division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. New York. Originally published in Italy in 2004 by Skira Editore S.p.A., Milano, Italy)   "Tokyo is one of the largest and most complex cities in the world and represents an intriguing proving ground for new ideas on architecture and urbanism. This book presents Tokyo as seen through its growth and design from the 19th century onward with a special focus on highlighting the deep roots of contemporary trends in Tokyo architecture." (Publisher’s description.) One section devoted to Wright’s public work in Japan, including the Imperial Hotel (S.194) and the Jiya Gakuen School (S.213). Includes...  Continue... Pp 249 2004.53.1209
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Uniart Frank Lloyd Wright Collection Catalog (Published by Uniart Marketing Distribution Ltd. Dallas TX) Uniart Marketing Red and yellow folder includes 17 single flyers printed two sides and one four page brochure. Also included in the folder is one postcard (2003).  1) Afghans: Midway Gardens; Coonley Chenille; Waterlillies; Heurtley House; Tree of Life; Coonley. 49' x 67, 53 x 65. 2) Coasters: Liberty Covers (4); Art Glass Designs: (4); Metal insers (8); Masselink (4); Mural Detail Blue (4); Rug Designs (4); Surimono (4). 3) Desk Accessories: Heath and Sprite Letter Openers, 7.75 and 8.5" long; Lake Geneva Magazine Rack...  Continue... Pp 38 2004.75.0616
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Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Barnes & Noble Books, New York)

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. A...  Continue... Pp 96 2004.09.0105

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Wright (Stiff Soft Cover)  (Published by Taschen, Koln, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Paris, Tokyo) 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. A...  Continue... Pp 96 2004.02.0604
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Wright in Racine  (Hard Cover - DJ) Hertzberg, Mark Original HC List Price $24.95.  (First Edition) Pp 95 2004.05.0904
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Architecture in the 20th Century Volume 1 (Soft Cover Slip Case) (Published by Taschen GmbH, Hohenzollernring 53, Köln, Cologne, Germany) Gossel, Peter; Leuthauser, Gabriele The ultimate architectural reference work, Taschen's 25th anniversary special edition. This is the be-all-end-all reference work for architecture in the 20th century. From Frank Lloyd Wright to Gaudi to Frank O. Gehry to Shigeru Ban and all the best stuff in between, it's all here. The chronologically organized chapters put it all into perspective, illustrated by hundreds of large-format photos as...  Continue... Pp 1-287 2005.49.0916
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Architecture in the 20th Century Volume 2 (Soft Cover Slip Case) (Published by Taschen GmbH, Hohenzollernring 53, Köln, Cologne, Germany) Gossel, Peter; Leuthauser, Gabriele The ultimate architectural reference work, Taschen's 25th anniversary special edition. This is the be-all-end-all reference work for architecture in the 20th century. From Frank Lloyd Wright to Gaudi to Frank O. Gehry to Shigeru Ban and all the best stuff in between, it's all here. The chronologically organized chapters put it all into perspective, illustrated by hundreds of large-format photos as...  Continue... Pp 288-608 2005.50.0916
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Between You and Me, A Memoir (Published by Hyperion Books, New York) Wallace, Mike; With Gates, Gary Paul Wallace includes many transcripts of moments from his 50-year interviewing career. Includes his interview with Wright. Also includes accompanying DVD of broadcast highlights of same interview. Original cover price $26.95.  6.5 x 9.5. (First Edition) Pp 137-40 2005.12.0607
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Blue Sky Mausoleum of Frank Lloyd Wright. Designed 1928; Built 2004 (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Forest Lawn Heritage Foundation, Buffalo, New York) Reisem, Richard O.; Introduction: Nobel, Philip An internationally historic event occurred in Buffalo, New York at the eminent Forest Lawn Cemetery" on October 21, 2004. Seventy-six years after Frank Lloyd Wright designed what he called the ‘Blue Sky Mausoleum’ (the drawings for which were relegated to archives after the stock market crash of 1929), the unbuilt project was resurrected, constructed, and unveiled in the cemetery. As the giant blue tarps were pulled from the huge, more than 50-foot-long mausoleum, revealing the gleaming white-granite structure to...  Continue... Pp 96 2005.45.0617
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Educating Frank Lloyd Wright. 1885-1899. Volume One (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Striking Impressions, Los Angeles, California) Koppany, B. III All three volumes extensively cover the period of Frank Lloyd Wright’s career from 1885 until 1899, and the forces that influenced Wright during that time period. Growing up, working with Silsbee, his time with Adler & Sullivan, and an extensive, in-depth look at the 1893 Chicago World’s Columbian Exhibition. "It was only when I got to the photograph of the pavilion of Turkey where I started to believe that there may be a relationship between Frank Lloyd Wright and the founding...  Continue... Pp 338 2005.46.1117
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Educating Frank Lloyd Wright. 1885-1899. Volume Two (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Striking Impressions, Los Angeles, California) Koppany, B. III Volume two continues an extensive, in-depth look at the 1893 Chicago World’s Columbian Exhibition. Heavily illustrated with period photographs and their influence on Frank Lloyd Wright’s work. Original list price $180.00. 374 illustrations. 11 x 12.25. Gift from the author. Pp 339-568 2005.47.1117
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Educating Frank Lloyd Wright. 1885-1899. Volume Three (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Striking Impressions, Los Angeles, California) Koppany, B. III All three volumes extensively cover the period of Frank Lloyd Wright’s career from 1885 until 1899, and the forces that influenced Wright during that time period. Volume three includes a list of architectural books owned by Louis Sullivan, items in Louis Sullivan’s estate sale, Frank Lloyd Wright’s book collection as well as other items and information related to Frank Lloyd Wright. 232 illustrations. Original list price $155.00. 11 x 12.25. Gift from the author. Pp 569-833 2005.48.1117
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Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover, Large Print Edition) (Published by Thorndike Press, Waterville, Maine) Huxtable, Ada Louise First published in 2004. Fascinated by Wright's supreme confidence, fiscal recklessness, con-man charm, and phoenix like resurrections, Huxtable tells the still shocking stories of his abandonment of his first wife and six children; the gruesome murders at Taliesin. But she is no less compelling in her chronicling of Wright's ever-evolving vision of "organic architecture". 5.5 x 8.75 (Second  Edition) Pp 333 2005.37.0414
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Frank Lloyd Wright and the Architecture of Japanese Prints. October 22, 2005 - January 22, 2006. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (Published by The Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, University of California, Los Angeles.) Peter, Carolyn Catalog for the exhibition held at the Hammer Museum of Art. "Late in life, the legendary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) reminisced with group of apprentices at Taliesin: ‘I remember when I first met the Japanese prints. The art had a great influence on my feelings and thinking... When I saw the print and I saw the elimination of the insignificant and simplicity of vision, together with the sense of rhythm and the importance of design, I began to see nature in a totally different way.’ " 7.75 x 9...  Continue... Pp 6 2005.30.0711
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Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful. Designing an American Way  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by International Arts & Artists, Washington DC) Boyd, Virginia Terry; Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Published in conjunction with the exhibition “Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful”.  Venues include:  Naples Museum of Art, Florida;  Boise Art Museum, Idaho;  Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina;  Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art, Midland Center for the Arts, Michigan;  Portland Museum of Art, Maine. Five locations from February 14, 2006 - October 8, 2007. An exhibition of 116 objects.  Original list price $45.00. 10.25 x 11.25.  (First Edition) Pp 168 2005.19.0907
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Frank Lloyd Wright Designs, 2006 Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Petaluma, CA)  Pomegranate Twelve designs adapted from Wright’s designs. Original list price $6.99.  7 x 7. (First Edition) Pp 28 2005.08.0606
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Frank Lloyd Wright - Field Guide, Includes All United States and International Sites (Hard Cover) (Published by Northwester University Press, Evanston, Illinois) Heinz, Thomas "The Frank Lloyd Wright Field Guide provides the first complete visitors' guide to all of Wright's buildings in the United States and around the world. This new, single-volume edition is written and compiled by architect and Frank Lloyd Wright expert Thomas A. Heinz, AIA. In a highly readable and informative style, Heinz presents each building page by page, providing brief histories and background details, information on accessibility and viewing, and driving directions. Every entry is accompanied by...  Continue... Pp 528 2005.42.0316
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Frank Lloyd Wright: The Romantic Spirit (Hard Cover) (Published by Balcony Press, Los Angeles, CA) Bishop, Carol Carol Bishop made a pilgrimage across the United States in search of a way to express her deep connection to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Her experience of Wright's architecture transcended a mere understanding of his design philosophy. In Frank Lloyd Wright: The Romantic Spirit Carol Bishop's paintings and photographs capture both the radiant energy and the ephemeral quality of Wright's architecture. (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $35.00. 6 x 8.25 (First Edition) Pp 144 2005.33.051
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Growing Up Guggenheim, A Personal History of a Family Enterprise (Soft Cover) (Published by ISI Books, Wilmington, Delaware) Lawson-Johnson, Peter "Peter Lawson-Johnston, a Guggenheim himself, and the board president who oversaw the transformation of the renowned museum from a local New York institution to a global art venture, shares a personal memoir that includes intimate portraits of the five people principally responsible for the entire Guggenheim art legacy. In addition to first-hand biographical accounts of his grandfather Solomon Guggenheim (the museum's founder), his cousin Harry (Solomon's successor), and his famously rebellious cousin...  Continue... Pp 152 2005.32.0213
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Lake Geneva in Vintage Postcards (Published by Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth, NH; San Francisco, CA) Smeltzer, Caroly Hope; Cucco, Martha Kiefer Includes three postcards of the Hotel Geneva, page 58-59. Original List price $19.99. 6.5 x 9.25. (First Edition) Pp 128 2005.20.1008
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Masters of Modern Design, A Critical Assessment (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by The Monacelli Press, Inc. New York) Marcus, Geroge H. Chapter 4: Frank Lloyd Wright. Face to face with the machine. The twelve designers featured, originators of ideas vital to the contemporary world -- have had an immeasurable impact on the buildings, houses, furniture, cars, and basic products we use daily. Other chapters include, William Morris, Le Corbusier, Charles and Ray Eames. Profiles present a parallel history of design movements from the nineteenth century on: Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, the International Style, the Bauhaus, postmodernism, and...  Continue... Pp 176 2005.31.1212
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On and By Frank Lloyd Wright, A Primer of Architectural Principles (Published by Phaidon Press Limited, London, New York)  (Hard Cover DJ)

Authors: Finnell, Patrick; Frampton, Kenneth; Graf, Otto Antonia; Hoesli, Bernhard; Levine, Neil; Lipman, Jonathan; MacCormac, Richard; Mackenzie, Archie; McCarter, Robert (2); Rowe, Colin; Sergeant...

Edited by McCarter, Robert Originally published as "Frank Lloyd Wright, A Primer on Architectural Principles", Princeton Architectural Press, 1991. This 2005 edition is expanded from nine essays to eighteen analytical essays that use Wright’s buildings as a means to understanding his complex creative process. Included are previously published contributions from well-known historians and Wright scholars such as Kenneth Frampton, Colin Rowe, and Gwendolyn Wright, John Sergeant, Kathryn Smith, Neil Levine, Jonathan Lipman as...  Continue... Pp 372 2005.10.0507
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On-Line Trail: Arts & Crafts at the Victorian & Albert Museum (Published by the Victorian & Albert Museum, London) Victorian & Albert Museum On-line catalog for an Exhibition including the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, 17 March - 24 July 2005. Part of the permanent collection includes the office of Edgar Kaufmann (1937), moved from the Kaufmann Department Store, Pittsburgh U.S.A.. Paneled room of swamp cypress plywood. Exhibition includes Tea and coffee service with accompanying table for the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, 1916-22. The service lent for display from a Private Collection...  Continue...  Additional information on The Imperial Hotel Silverware... Pp 20 2005.25.1209
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Prairie Skyscraper: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower (Soft Cover) (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York, in conjunction with the exhibition "Prairie Skyscraper: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower" organized by the Price Tower Arts Center, Bartlesville, Oklahoma in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona ) Montagut, Monica R.; Townsend, Richard P.; Alofsin, Anthony; Siry, Joseph M.; Kirkham, Pat; Perkins, Scott W.; Ballon... Produced in conjunction with the traveling exhibition entitled "Prairie Skyscraper: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower". Price Tower Arts Center, Oct. 14 - Jan 15, 2006; Yale University Art & Architecture Gallery, Feb. 13 - May 5, 2006; National Building Museum, June 17 - Sept. 17, 2006. A brilliant account of Frank Lloyd Wright's prairie skyscraper which traces the history and evolution of the Price Tower through a series of essays and contributions. Forwards by Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry and past Price...  Continue... Pp 176 2005.29.0410
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Prelude To The Prairie Style, Eight Models of Unbuilt Houses by Frank Lloyd Wright 1893-1901 (Soft Cover) (Published by the University Of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL) Kruty, Paul; Essay and Chronology by Sprague, Paul E. Published in conjunction with the exhibition "Prelude To The Prairie Style, Eight Models of Unbuilt Houses by Frank Lloyd Wright 1893-1901" held at I space. The gallery of the College of Fine and Applied Arts, University Of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, IL, September - October 2005. The eight projects consisted of: Orrin Goan house 1893; Jesse Baldwin house 1895; Isadore Heller house 1897 (project); Rebecca Eckart house 1897; Aline Devin house 1898; C.A. McAfee house 1899; "A...  Continue... Pp 59 2005.22.0809
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The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: Understanding the Concepts of Parallel and Perpendicular,  (Library Binding)  (Published by The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc., New York) Levy, Janey Children’s book that summarizes Wright life.  Original cover price $22.50.  7.4 x 8.75. (First Edition) Pp 32 2005.11.0607
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The Art & Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright  (2006 Calendar)  (Published by Avalanche Publishing, Inc., Cypress, CA) Heinz, Thomas Includes 26 images.  Original cover price $12.99.  12 x 12. (First Edition) Pp 28 2005.07.1205
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The Atlas of Frank Lloyd Wright (Published by TAJ Books, Surrey, UK) Hook, Alex The Atlas of Frank Lloyd Wright examines a hundred of his finest buildings, state-by-state. From his earliest work in Chicago, most of the key buildings are covered including: Fallingwater, the Californian textile-block houses-Storer, Ennis, Barsndall and his Oak Park Home and Studio; both Jacobs houses, the Robie House and the Taliesin complex.  9 x 10.4. (First Edition) Pp 240 2005.02.1205
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The Chicago Architectural Club. Prelude to the Modern (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by The Monacelli Press, Inc. New York) Hasbrouck, Wilbert R. "In the late nineteenth century, Chicago - the birthplace of modern architecture in the United States - was a magnet for aspiring architects. The city was forced to rebuild after the destruction wrought by the Great Fire of 1871 and also to expand to accommodate a surge in the population. The seemingly endless demand for taller and more sophisticated buildings offered young draftsmen an unprecedented opportunity to influence the design of the American skyscraper. The Chicago Architecture Club: Prelude to the Modern...  Continue... Pp 639 2005.44.1216
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The New Yorker Visits The Guggenheim (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Guggenheim Museum Publications, New York) Calnek, Anthony From mid-century masters Charles Addams and Saul Steinberg, through contemporary cartoonists Art Spiegelman and Roz Chast, New Yorker artists have depicted The Guggenheim with wit and insight. This book brings together five decades worth of cartoons and cover illustrations that feature the iconic museum, along with period photographs that reveal the artists' inspirations. According to Robert Mankoff, "The cartoonists of The New Yorker brilliantly and hilariously illuminate both the...  Continue... Pp 45 2005.34.0813
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The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover)  (Published by Barnes & Noble, Inc. by arrangements with Regency House Publishing Ltd.) Heinz, Thomas A. First published by Chartwell Books, Inc. in 2000.  Virtually every structure that Wright built is represented in this extensive survey of his life's work. His genius at architectural design enable him to work out extremely complex buildings in his head and translate them on to paper in a matter of hours. His often tempestuous and sometimes tragic life and career are given full coverage in this book. Includes hundreds of photos, both archival and recent. 8.5 x 6.5. (First B&N Edition) Pp 447 2005.05.0606
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A House for Life, Bringing the Spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright into your Home (Published by Warwick Publishing Inc., Toronto) Rattenbury, John Frank Lloyd Wright was arguably the greatest American architect of the 20th century. Many admire his memorable designs, such as the Guggenheim Museum in New York, but assume it would be far too costly to apply his ideas to their own homes. Yet it was one of Wright s central beliefs that modern homes could be both well-designed and affordable. This book shows how Wright s philosophy touched all aspects of day-to-day life, thus influencing his ideas for residential design...  Continue... Pp 231 2006.46.0915
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Burton Holmes Travelogues. The Greatest Travelor of His Time, 1892-1952 (Hard Cover) (Published by Taschen GmbH, Hohenzollernring, Germany) Holmes, Burton; Edited by Caldwell, Genoa "In a time before air travel or radio, on the brink of a revolution in photography and film making, Burton Holmes (1870-1958) set upon a lifelong journey to bring the world home. From the grand boulevards of Paris to China’s Great Wall, from the first modern Olympics in Athens to the 1906 eruption of Mount Vesuvius, Holmes delighted in finding ‘the beautiful way around the world’ and made a career of sharing his stories, photographs, and films with audiences across America." Publisher’s...  Continue... Pp 368 2006.29.1006
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Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Reaktion Books Ltd, London as part of the Critical Lives Series) McCarter, Robert Back Cover: "An unforgettable cultural icon who refined both the twentieth-century city-scape and America's suburban and rural landscape, Frank Lloyd Wright has been studied from what seems to have been every possible angle. But this book is the first to focus on Wright's professional persona - that of an architect and designer enmeshed in a web of connections between prominent public figures and competing ideologies. Robert McCarter distils Wright's life and work into a...  Continue... Pp 224 2006.38.0112
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Frank Lloyd Wright: 2007 Calendar (Published by Pomegranite Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Photographs by Weintraub, Alan Includes 13 photographs.  Original list price $13.99. 13 x 12. (First Edition) Pp 28 2006.16.0307
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Frank Lloyd Wright: 2007 Engagement Calendar (Hard Cover Spiral Bound) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Photography by Weintraub, Alan Begins with a brief overview of Wright’s work. Includes thirty-two photographs reviewing Wright’s houses, public structures, churches and ventures into interior design and decoration. A quotation from Wright’s extensive writings accompanies each image. Original list price $14.99. Spiral bound 6.9 x 8.1. (First Edition) Pp 112 2006.25.1206
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Frank Lloyd Wright Designs, 2007 Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc. Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Comm., Inc. Twelve designs adapted from Wright’s designs in Wood, Fabric, Concrete and Graphic Designs.  Original list price $6.99. 7 x 7.  (First Edition) Pp 28 2006.15.0407
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Frank Lloyd Wright in Arizona (Published by Rio Nuevo Publishers, Tucson, Arizona) Cheek, Lawrence W. "Wright fell in love with the desert quickly and profoundly.  It was a vast, blank canvas ... it was an open-air warehouse of natural forms, colors, and textures that both delighted and inspired him." 50 color photos. Original HC list price 16.95. 8.25 x 8.25.  (First Edition) Pp 72 2006.01.0306
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Life and Work, Architecture in Focus  (Soft Cover) (Published by Konemann, an imprint of Tandem Verlag GmbH) Cobbers, Arnt Originally published in German, translated by Kirsten Dierolf and Bad Homberg.  This biography of Wright provides plenty of details about the architect's life, the themes of his career, and specific buildings and projects that display his unique genius.  It is heavily illustrated with black and white and color photographs, plan views, and drawings by Wright himself.  6.5 x 7.9.  (First Edition) Pp 95 2006.17.0607
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Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie Houses  (Hard Cover)  (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Hess, Alan; Contributions by Smith, Kathryn; Photographs by Alan Weintraub. With the advent of Prairie style architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright embarked on a journey that would forever change the course of architecture. During this extraordinarily prolific period, roughly the first quarter of the twentieth century, Wright built the first great modern American houses. He cast aside many of the conventions of the past, opening up interior spaces so that there might be a more subtle flow of rooms. The plans for Prairie style architecture were based on a tartan plaid of main spaces...  Continue... Pp 276 2006.10.0307 2006.33.0411 2006.34.0411
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Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater Inspired Colors (Published by PPG Pittsburgh Paints, Pittsburgh, PA) Waggoner, Lynda; Schlotter, Dee Frank Lloyd Wright's Approach to Color. Color was very important to conveying Frank Lloyd Wright's aesthetic of organic architecture as a unified whole. He drew from two sources in determining his palette for a given project: the nature of the site and the nature of the building materials. In the early projects, particularly the Prairie houses that were constructed of brick and stucco, autumnal colors predominate: warm shades of red, gold, brown and yellow-green. These restful yet intense colors...  Continue... Pp 28 2006.26.0809
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Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Museum, An Architectural Appreciation (Hard Cover) (Published by the Guggenheim Museum Publications, New York) Frankel, Stephen Robert "Certain geometric forms have come to symbolize for us and potentially to suggest certain human ideas, moods, and sentiments – as for instance: the circle, infinity; the triangle, structural unity; the spire, aspiration; the spiral, organic progress; the square, integrity." Frank Lloyd Wright, 1912. Includes quotes and photographs of the Guggenheim Museum. 7.4 x 6.75. (Second Edition) Pp 76 2006.32.0511
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hardy House (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Hertzberg, Mark; Introduction, Levine, Neil The Thomas P. Harding Residence, Racine, Wisconsin (1905 - S.115). Author and photographer Mark Hertzberg's extensive research has uncovered previously, unpublished plans and drawings for Wright's original (and unbuilt) conception of the house, along with vast amounts of correspondence between Hardy and Wright. He has documented the house in all seasons and from many different perspectives, inside and out. His virtual tour includes interviews with various...  Continue... Pp 80 2006.42.0114
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Xtraordinary Artist (Hard Back, Library Binding) (Published by Creative Education, Mankato, Minnesota) Fandel, Jennifer Children’s. "Fandel explores the interesting life changes and inspirations that motivated Wright to design the organically inspired homes and buildings for which he is so famous. The chronological narrative showcases black-and-white and full-color photographs on each glossy page; the captions for the images address what Wright was designing or discovering in each object pictured. His personal life is presented in a neutral tone, touching on his relationships, his job changes, and his major commissions. Quotes...  Continue... Pp 48 2006.58.0417
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Hometown Architect. The Complete Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright' in Oak Park and River Forest, Illinois (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Pomegranite Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA. Published in cooperation with the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, ) Cannon, Patrick F. "Hometown Architect presents twenty-seven Wright homes, and Unity Temple, documenting one of the architects most influential periods of his career. The last chapter surveys eight lost, altered, and possibly Wright homes. More than ninety photographs of the buildings exteriors and interiors are accompanied by descriptive captions, while introductory text to each chapter details the story behind each commission, addressing Wrights relationships with his clients, the importance of each building in Wrights oeuvre...  Continue... Pp 144

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Houses By Frank Lloyd Wright (Book of Postcards) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Communications Book of thirty postcards. "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) changed the shape of the American home. Over a career the stretched into seven decades, he designed hundreds of residences. He constantly experimented to find the most effective designs for living, stressing natural materials and colors, open rooms, built-in furniture, geometric patterns, and careful setting. Each home was a coordinated composition inside and out, an expression of what he termed organic architecture. This book of postcards showcases...  Continue... Pp 64 2006.57.0217
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The House Beautiful (Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright in 1896-1897) (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Gannett, William Channing; Kruty, Paul With a skilled hand for elegant design, Wright created The House Beautiful for the tiny Auvergne Press in the late 1890s; it was produced in an edition of just ninety copies. The book's author, the distinguished Unitarian minister William Gannett, proposed that spiritual, intellectual, societal, and corporeal health could be augmented by a properly designed and furnished home. This book's complex, exacting drawings--nine of which are in the archives of the Frank Lloyd Wright...  Continue... Pp 80 2006.31.0410
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Mass Modern, 17 June 2006 (Published by Wright Actions, Chicago) Wright Auctions Auction catalog which included Lot 488, “Frank Lloyd Wright cast concrete baluster from the Robert W. Roloson House, Chicago, IL 1894.”  Includes one photograph. Original list price $20.00. 8.25 x 10.75.  (First Edition) Pp 176 2006.08.0107
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Prairie Skyscraper: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower (Published by the Yale School of Architecture) Sakamoto, Dean; Stern, Robert; Rappaport, Nina; Hadid, Zaha Published for "Prairie Skyscraper: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower" an exhibition at the Price Tower Arts Center Museum from February 13 to May 5, 2006. It was then exhibited at the National Building Museum, Washington D.C from June 17 to September 17, 2006. It included drawings, models, original furnishings and other material to illustrate the conception, design and rebirth of the seminal building first envisioned in the 1920s for St. Mark’s-in-the-Bouwerie in Manhattan but...  Continue... Pp 20 2006.24.0709
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Prairie Style Small Glass Projects, With an Introduction to The Stained Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright. (Published by Prairie Designs of California, Brisbane, CA) Casey, Dennis Includes patterns for the: Tomek House; William Heath House; Dana-Thomas House; Darwin martin House; Ward Willits House (2); Emil Bach House (2); Mrs. Thomas Gale House; Hollyhock House (2); FLW Home & Studio; William Glasner House; Coonley Playhouse; Oscar Steffenhs House (2); Avery Coonley Residence (2); Harley Bradley House. Includes eight full size patterns of: Imperial Hotel Dish; Glasner House; Frank Lloyd Wright Home; Gale House; De Rhodes House and...  Continue... Pp 12 2006.35.0911
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Prebles’ Artforms, An Introduction to the Visual Arts, Eighth Edition (Soft Cover) (Published by Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River, New Jersey) Frank, Patrick This eighth edition was first published in 2002. From the First Edition in 1972, Artforms has been as visually exciting as the individual works of art that are  reproduced in it. Artforms grew out of a desire to introduce art through an engaging visual experience. It is written and designed to help readers build an informed foundation for individual understanding and enjoyment of art. In the new, Eighth Edition, the title has been modified to Prebles' Artforms, acknowledging the...  Continue... Pp 507 2006.43.1214
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Purcell & Elmslie, Prairie Progressive Architects (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Gibbs Smith Publisher, Layton, Utah) Gebhard, David; Edited by Gebhard, Patricia Explores the work of two important members of the organic architecture movement, and celebrates their tremendously important contributions to American architecture and the Prairie School. Wishing to return to simplicity and honesty, Purcell and Elmslie created homes and buildings that were consistent with a democratic society-simple forms, the natural use of textural materials and decoration, and buildings that accommodated the nature of a site. As did Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd...  Continue... Pp 192 2006.28.0909
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Taliesin Reflections. My Years Before, During and After Living with Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Meridian Press, Petaluma, CA) Nisbet, Earl During the Great Depression, there were few clients coming to Frank Lloyd Wright for designs, so he turned to writing and lecturing. In 1932, he and his wife, Olgivanna, began the Taliesin Fellowship where 30 apprentices came to live and learn from the most influential and imaginative architect of the Twentieth Century. Earl Nisbet was one of those apprentices and Taliesin Reflections relates some of the day-to-day activities that occurred in the Taliesin Fellowship. (Publisher’s description.)...  Continue... Pp 226 2006.39.0112
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The Art & Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, 2007 Calendar  (Published by Avalanche Publishing, Inc., Cypress, CA) Heinz, Thomas Includes 27 images.  Original cover price $12.99. 12 x 12.  (First Edition) Pp 28 2006.13.0307
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The Fellowship, The Untold Story of Frank Lloyd Wright & The Taliesin Fellowship. (Soft Cover) (Published by Harper Collins Publishers Inc. New York) Friedland, Roger; Zellman, Harold (Uncorrected Printer’s Proof, Not for Sale.) To be released June 2006.  Hard Cover list price to be $34.95.  6 x 9.  Two Copies.  (Printer’s Proof)  Pp 664 2006.03.0406 2006.12.0307
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The Fellowship; The Untold Story of Frank Lloyd Wright & The Taliesin Fellowship  (Hard Cover)  (Published by Regan, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, Los Angeles, New York) Friedland, Roger; Zellman, Harold Behind the scenes at Taliesin.  6.5 x 9.5. Original Hard Cover list price $34.95.  (First Edition) Pp 690 2006.05.1006
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The Fellowship (PR Release) (Published by Regan, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, Los Angeles,
New York)
Wickham, Suzanne Press Release that accompanied the release of the book.  8.5 x 11. Pp 4 2006.06.1006
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The Greatest American Speeches (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Quercus Publishing Ltd, London) Wright, Frank Lloyd Chapter 20: “Form and function seen as one: of such is democracy.”  From a lecture given at Princeton (1930) and in London (1939).  Includes brief history and excerpts.  Original list price £20.00.  7.5 x 10.6.  (First Edition) Pp 91-93 2006.20.0907
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The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Chartwell Books, Inc., Edison, NJ) Heinz, Thomas A. First published by Chartwell Books, Inc. in 2000.  This size first published by Barnes & Noble, Inc., in 2005. Virtually every structure that Wright built is represented in this extensive survey of his life's work. His genius at architectural design enable him to work out extremely complex buildings in his head and translate them on to paper in a matter of hours. His often tempestuous and sometimes tragic life and career are given full coverage in this book.  Includes hundreds of photos, both...  Continue... Pp 447 2006.19.0707
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The Wright 3  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by Scholastic Press, New York) Balliett, Blue Illustrated by Brett Helquist.  In this architectural mystery, destruction threatens Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House, and the Wright 3, as the protagonists call themselves, piece together the puzzle that will lead to the building's rescue.  Original list price $16.66.  5.6 x 8.5. (First Edition) Pp 318 2006.18.0707
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Twice a Mail Order Bride, The Story of Grandma Rush. (Soft Cover) (Published by Stoneydale Press Publishing Company, Stevensville, MT) Stroud, John "This Local History also touches on.. the connection of the Apple Boom to the Bitter Root Inn designed by Frank Lloyd Wright; as well as the irrigation from Lake Como south of Hamilton. Lake Como was named by Father Antonio Ravalli after a lake very similar to this in the Alps of his native Italy." (Publishers description.) Includes information and three images of the Bitter Root Inn designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Original List Price...  Continue...  For more information on the Bitter Root Inn see our Wright Study. Pp 104 2006.27.0909
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Work Song: Three Views of Frank Lloyd Wright (Published by Dramatists Play Services, Inc. New York) Hatcher, Jeffrey; Simonson, Eric Work Song is a triptych of interlocking one-acts. Each play examines a different part of Frank Lloyd Wright’s life in a different theatrical style. Act One: 1890-1914. Act Two: 1932. Act Three: 1959. Work Song received its world premiere at Milwaukee Repertory Theater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, opening on September 8, 2000. Work Song was co-produced by Missouri Repertory Theatre and Arizona Theatre Company in Kansas City, Missouri, Opening March 8, 2002. Work Song was revised...  Continue...  Pp 83 2006.37.0112
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Wright Restored: Frank Lloyd Wright‘s Price Tower Interiors (Published by the Price Tower Arts Center, Bartlesville, Oklahoma) Perkins, Scott W.; Townsend, Richard P. A booklet for the exhibit "Wright Restored: Frank Lloyd Wright‘s Price Tower Interiors" at the Price Tower Arts Center from Oct 13 - Dec 31, 2006. "Interiors allows for a more in-depth study of the interiors and the ways in which the H.C. Price Company and its tenants utilized the spaces over the past half century." This booklet includes nine historic and recent photographs. 8.75 x 8.75. (First edition)  Donated by the Price Tower Arts Center. Pp 6 2006.30.0410
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America The Beautiful, 100 Places to See in Your Lifetime (Soft Cover) (Published by Time, Inc., Life Books, Des Moines, IA) Editor: Sullivan, Robert; Copy: Gaspar, Lesley; McGaw, Parlan Fallingwater is one of the 100 places to visit in your lifetime. "Most children play in tree houses or wish they could. Or they dream of castles in the sky or underwater homes. As adults, we usually put such dreams aside, but not always and not all of us..." (Page 29) Includes one illustration. Original Soft Cover price $10.99. 9 x 11. (First Edition) Pp 144 2007.56.0607
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At Nature’s Edge. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Artist Studio (Published by The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City) Whiting, Henry II; Foreword by Jones, E. Fay The Archie and Patricia Teater Home and Studio (S.352 1952). Perched high on a cliff above the Snake River in a remote area of Idaho, Frank Lloyd Wright’s artist studio is a testament to the architect’s total mastery of his craft. The simple, one-room studio Wright designed for Idaho landscape painter Archie Boyd Teater and Patricia Teater in 1952 is a sophisticated, complex work of art. As Wright’s only artist studio (other than his own), the structure was intended to foster the creative life. Located on one of the...  Continue...  Pp 125 2007.60.0511
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Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright. FLWBC Response to NPS Questions. June 2007 (Produced by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy) Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy The process of choosing the twelve buildings exemplifying Frank Lloyd Wright’s artistic genius and extraordinary contribution to modern architecture and culture took place over a period of two years. The list was compiled by a committee of leading Wright scholars and restoration architects appointed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. The committee included Neil Levine, David G. De Long, Jack Quinan, John G. Thorpe, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. The twelve selected were...  Continue...  Pp 19 2007.57.0110
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Death in a Prairie House, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Murders  (Soft Cover) (Published by Terrace Books. A trade imprint of the University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin) Drennan, William R. The most pivotal and yet least understood event of Frank Lloyd Wright’s celebrated life involves the brutal murders in 1914 of seven adults and children dear to the architect and the destruction by fire of Taliesin, his landmark residence, near Spring Green, Wisconsin. Supplying both a gripping mystery story and a portrait of the artist in his prime, William Drennan wades through the myths surrounding Wright and the massacre, casting fresh light on the formulation of Wright’s architectural ideology and...  Continue...  Pp 218 2007.55.0909
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Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Taschen, Hong Kong, Koln, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Paris, Tokyo) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Edited by Gossel, Peter; Leuthauser, Gabriele TASCHEN's 25th anniversary - Special edition. 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...  Continue...  Pp 175 2007.49.0608
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Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Perpetuating the Living Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Making a case for supporting the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Frank Lloyd Wright... The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives... Vision and Mission... Building upon Strength... Taliesin and Taliesin West... Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture... Arts and Cultural Program... Launching a Capital/Endowment Campaign... Organizational History... 8.5 x 11 Gift from Kathryn Smith.

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Frank Lloyd Wright in New York. The Plaza Years, 1954-1959 (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Gibbs Smith, Publisher, Layton, Utah) Hession, Jane King; Pickrel, Debra; Forward by Mile Wallace Examines the momentous five-year period when one of the world's greatest architects and one of the world's greatest cities dynamically coexisted. From his suite, or "Taliesin East," as it became known, Wright negotiated-with varying measures of creativity, cooperation, and combat - an astonishing array of exchanges with the city's architects, artists, journalists, editors, publishers, designers, celebrities, power brokers, and bureaucrats. Most significantly, he shepherded the Solomon...  Continue...  Pp 159 2007.54.0909
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Frank Lloyd Wright Mid-Century Modern (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, inc., New York, NY) Hess, Alan; Photography: Weintraub, Alan The mid-twentieth century was one of the most productive and inventive periods in Wright's career, producing such masterworks as the Guggenheim Museum, Price Tower, Fallingwater, the Usonian houses, and the Loveness House, as well as a vast array of innovative furniture and object design. With a variety of shapes and forms-ranging from honeycombs to spirals-this period is an important contribution to mid-century modernism. Mentoring such talents as Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler...  Continue...  Pp 336 2007.58.0410
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Frank Lloyd Wright Revealed (This edition published by Chartwell Books, Inc. A Division of Book Sales, Inc., Edison, NJ.  Copyright 2007 Compendium Publishing Ltd., London) King (Snelling), Rebecca; Suermondt, Jan An in depth look at five important Wright buildings.  Revealed through words, photographs and computer generated models.  Includes the Robie House, Ennis House, Fallingwater, Jacobs Second Residence and the Marshall Erdman Prefab Houses.  Original list price $19.99.  13 x 11.25.  (First Edition) Pp 160 2007.06.0407
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Palmer House (Published by University of Washington Press, Seattle, London) Hildebrand, Grant; with Ann & Leonard K Eaton An in depth study of Wright's Palmer House, build in the early 1950s in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Working from extensive materials gathered by Ann and Leonard Eaton (Two Chicago Architects), Grant Hildebrand crafts the story of Billy and Mary Palmer's extraordinary home. He presents in detail the events surrounding the Palmers' selection of Wright as architect; Wright's personal creation of the design; the challenges, and the craftsmanship, of its construction; the evolution of its garden and teahouse; the...  Continue...  Pp 125 2007.48.0708
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Frank Lloyd Wright: 2008 Engagement Calendar (Hard cover, spiral bound) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Photography by Weintraub, Alan "In many ways, Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) changed the shape of the American house. Forty-nine years after his death, and well over a hundred years since the completion of his first residential commission, we see his architectural principles expressed everywhere." Begins with a brief overview of Wright’s work. Includes thirty-two photographs reviewing Wright’s. A quotation from Wright’s extensive writings accompanies each image. Original list price $14.99. 6.9 x 8.1. (First Edition) Pp 112 2007.62.0711
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Frank Lloyd Wright Panoramic Postcards (Published by Lightborne Publishing, Inc., in partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park) Schiff, Thomas R. Book of 16 postcards. Frank Lloyd Wright designed space rather than walls and floors, posts and lintels. "The space within becomes the reality of the building," he wrote. "Space is the breath of art." He designed "with an eye single to the altogether" to create buildings with "An entirely new sense of space-values" and an "expressive flow of continuous space." (Back cover.) Original list price $9.95. 9.5 x 4.5. (First Edition) Pp 36 2007.69.0613
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Loving Frank  (Advanced Reader’s Edition)  (Published by Ballantine Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York) Horan, Nancy Fictionalization life of Mamah Borthwick Cheney.  Frank and Mamah, both married and with children, met when Mamah's husband, Edwin, commissioned Wright to design a house. Their affair became the stuff of headlines when they left their families to live and travel together, going first to Germany, where Mamah found rewarding work doing scholarly translations of Swedish feminist Ellen Key's books.  Frank and Mamah eventually settled in Wisconsin, where they were hounded by a scandal-hungry...  Continue...  Pp 372 2007.07.0507 2007.08.0507
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Loving Frank (Hard Cover) (Published by Ballantine Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York) Horan, Nancy Fictionalization life of Mamah Borthwick Cheney. Frank and Mamah, both married and with children, met when Mamah's husband, Edwin, commissioned Frank to design a house. Their affair became the stuff of headlines when they left their families to live and travel together, going first to Germany, where Mamah found rewarding work doing scholarly translations of Swedish feminist Ellen Key's books. Frank and Mamah eventually settled in Wisconsin, where they were hounded by a scandal-hungry...  Continue...  Pp 363 2007.66.0812
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Makers of Modern Architecture, From Frank Lloyd Wright to Frank Gehry (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by The New York Review of Books, New York) Filler, Martin Filler's articles on architectural history in The New York Review of Books were the first to which architecture buffs turned. Through him they began to understand what happened to make modern architecture modern, who caused it to happen, and why. Filler concentrates on the "who" and rightly so as he traces the personalities of everyone from Louis Sullivan, the largely unsung father of the skyscraper, to Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Robert Ventura and Frank Gehry, revealing both their aesthetics...  Continue...  Pp 323 2007.63.0811
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Pedro E. Guerrero, A Photographer’s Journey (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York) Guerrero, Pedro E. Guerrero steps out from behind the camera, and for the very first time, tells his story along with the stories of the contradictory and complex lives of the extraordinary people he has known. Pedro Guerrero spent his entire career, nearly 60 years, photographing the houses of some of the most illustrious of America's architects and artists of the twentieth century. Emerging from a modest background, his first professional job at the age of 22 in 1939 was photographing Taliesin West, the Arizona home of Frank Lloyd...  Continue...  Pp 224 2007.59.1010
2007 Taliesin Fellows Reunion, November 8-12, 2007 (Published by the Taliesin Fellows) Program design by Kate Chesley; Reunion Logo Design by John Amarantides Program and events. Taliesin Fellowship 75 Years. Reunion 2007, November 8-12, 2007, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona. 2.25 x 3.4 opens to 14 x 9.5. Includes sixteen photographs. Forty-two small pages when folded. (First Edition) Pp 42 2007.53.0809
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The Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacific Northwest (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Timber Press, Inc. Portland, OR) Kreisman, Lawrence; Mason, Glenn "This magnificent compendium is the first comprehensive exploration of the Arts and Crafts legacy in the Pacific Northwest. It traces the movement from its nineteenth-century English beginnings to its flowering in Washington and Oregon through the 1920s and beyond, weaving into a tale of idealism and devotion everything from iconic masterpieces to recent discoveries... Beautifully illustrated with nearly 400 photographs and period graphics, including rare images published here for the first time, this...  Continue... Pp 398 2007.78.0317
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The Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright At Florida Southern College. Images of America (Published by Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC)

MacDonald; Galbraith; Rogers

As small Florida Southern College embarked upon an ambitious building program in the 1930s, the serendipitous arrival of Frank Lloyd Wright transformed the future of the school. President Ludd M. Spivey was a leader with limitless imagination, and he realized the virtue in bringing an architect of Wright's renown to Lakeland. Wright's first visit to the lakeside campus was in 1938. He envisioned a grand 18-unit "Child of the Sun" campus, where buildings would grow from the Florida sand into the light...  Continue...  Pp 127 2007.71.111
2007 The Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright At Florida Southern College. 15 Historic Postcards. (Published by Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC) MacDonald, Randall M.; Galbraith, Nora E.; Rogers, James G. Florida Southern College boasts the world's largest single-site collection of legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright's work. In this collection of vintage-photograph postcards, Randall M. MacDonald, Nora E. Galbraith, and James G. Rogers Jr. explore the buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright at Florida Southern College and present a record of their changes over time, (back cover). Original list price $9.95. 6.5 x 4.25. (First Edition) Pp 32 2007.61.0511
2007 The Robie House Drawings (Wire Bound Soft Cover) (Published by Wilkerson Design, Umatilla, FL) Wilkerson Design Contains a set of reduced high resolution black Pen and Ink drawings produced under the US Historic American Buildings Survey program in 1963. Contain 25 precision measured drawings of every Elevation, Plan, Window Patterns, Furniture, Lamps, etc. executed by Frank Lloyd Wright when he designed the Robie House in 1908-1909. Originally drawn by Janis Erins, Robert Giebner, David Van Zanten, Mary Banham, Robert Selby, R. Maynard, Perry Borchers, R. Goldman, H. Henderson, R. Konuch. 8.5 x 11. (First Edition) Pp 25 2007.68.1112
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American Masterworks, Houses of the 20th and 21st Century (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Edited by: Frampton, Kenneth; Larkin, David. Text by: Frampton, Kenneth An expanded edition of influential residence designs from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries includes profiles of three Frank Lloyd Wright signature homes. This beautiful, authoritative book celebrates great American residential design. Its wide-ranging content highlights the most important works by the influential architects of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Presented are approximately forty-five icons of modern architecture, including Fallingwater (pages 83-90), Storer (pages 42-48) and...  Continue...  Pp 383 2008.14.0811
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Architecture, A World History (Stiff Soft Cover) (Published by Abrams, New York, An imprint of Harry N. Abrams, Inc.) Borden, Daniel; Elzanowski, Jerzy; Lawrenz, Cornelia; Miller, Daniel; Smith, Adele; Taylor, Joni Lavishly illustrated, this pocket-sized book is bursting with 600 illustrations, page after page is dedicated to significant architectural movements, time lines that explore the evolution of the practice, and capsule biographies of great architects and examinations of their masterpieces. Organized chronologically, the book travels from prehistory to the present, highlighting noteworthy examples of important architectural styles, and showcasing the work of significant architects. (Publisher’s description.) Section...  Continue...  Pp 512 2008.20.1212
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Domino’s Farms, A Landmark Office Park in the Country (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Park Publishing, Inc., Ann Arbor. Distributed by The University of Michigan Press.) Bonnell, Bertie Domino's Farms is an illustrated exploration of the challenges and triumphs of building and running one of the nation's most extraordinary business parks. It takes readers behind the scenes in the creation of an architectural marvel---the half-mile-long, copper-roofed building that experts consider the capstone of Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie Style. (Publisher’s description.) "A building inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright." Includes many references to Wright. Original Hard Cover list price $35.00. C13.25 x 9.75. (First Edition) Pp 242 2008.06.0710
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Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover) (Published by Birkhäuser Verlag GmbH, Basel, Switzerland. Originally published by Spon, London; New York, 1995) Treiber, Daniel Frank Lloyd Wright (1867–1959) exercised a shaping influence on architectural history throughout the world as only very few other architects beside him have done. His structures – developed from landscape, program, material, and construction – are highly individual and independent of the stylistic developments of modern architecture. His constant attempts to invent new things gave rise to the idiosyncratic forms and constructions that are typical of his work. The author, Daniel Treiber, has produced...  Continue...  Pp 192 2008.29.0416
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Frank Lloyd Wright: 2009 Engagement Calendar (Hard Cover Spiral Bound) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Photography by Weintraub, Alan Begins with a brief overview of Wright’s work. Includes thirty-two photographs reviewing Wright’s houses, public structures, churches and ventures into interior design and decoration. A quotation from Wright’s extensive writings accompanies each image. Original list price $14.99. 6.9 x 8.1. Two copies. (First Edition) Pp 112 2008.10.0411 2008.19.1012
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Frank Lloyd Wright, A Life (Soft Cover) (Published by Penguin Group, New York. First published in 2004 by Viking Penguin, New York) Huxtable, Ada Louise From the way we build to the way we live. Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence on American architecture is visible all around us. Huxtable offers an outstanding look at the architect and the man - his tumultuous and troubled life, his long career as a master builder., and his painful search for love. Along the way she introduces Wright’s masterpieces – from the tranquil Fallingwater to Taliesin, rebuilt after tragedy and murder -- not only exploring the mind of the man who drew the blueprints but also delving...  Continue...  Pp 251 2008.12.0511
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Henderson House (Published by Historic Homes Reality, Oak Park, Il) Historic Homes Reality “The art glass skylight above the second floor landing was an architectural first in 1901. It has been restored, and reveals the original color scheme of the home.” Descriptive pamphlet of the Henderson Residence. Includes six photographs. 8.5 x 11.  For more information on the Henderson Residence see our Wright Study. Pp 4 2008.03.1208
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Frank Lloyd Wright, Six Buffalo Houses (Publisher not noted. This booklet is an outgrowth of the Louis Sullivan Museum’s eight year campaign (1973-1981) to save Adler and Sullivan’s Guaranty Building (1895-1896) in downtown Buffalo. Informal museum is now closed.) Randall, John D.; Aronoff, Jason; Mahoney, Patrick J. Mahoney First published in 1983, revised in 1990 by John D. Randall. Revised in 1999 by Jason Aronoff, and in 2008 by Patrick J. Mahoney and Jason Aronoff. 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, Blue Sky Mausoleum, The Rowing Boathouse (Yahara River), and the Buffalo...  Continue...  Pp 18 2008.16.0212
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Frank Lloyd Wright. The Buildings (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, inc., New York, NY) Photography: Weinstraub, Alan; Text: Hess, Alan; Contributions by: De Long, David G.; Smith, Kathryn Wright's major projects are showcased, including such seminal works as the Guggenheim Museum, Price Tower, Marin County Civic Center, Unity Temple, Florida Southern College and Taliesin West. Archival imagery of the great demolished buildings, such as the Imperial Hotel and Midway Gardens, as well as inspiring visions conceived and drawn by Wright, among them The Baghdad Opera House and The Mile High "Illinois". All-new photography shows the buildings to an extent rarely seen...  Continue...  Pp 312 2008.13.0711
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Loving Frank. The Scandal that rocked society and defied convention. (Great Britain) (Soft Cover) (Published by Sceptre, An Imprint of Hodder & Stoughton, London) Horan, Nancy Fictionalization life of Mamah Borthwick Cheney. Frank and Mamah, both married and with children, met when Mamah's husband, Edwin, commissioned Frank to design a house. Their affair became the stuff of headlines when they left their families to live and travel together, going first to Germany, where Mamah found rewarding work doing scholarly translations of Swedish feminist Ellen Key's books. Frank and Mamah eventually settled in Wisconsin, where they were hounded by...  Continue...  Pp 420 2008.36.0618
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The Art & Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. 2009 Calendar (Published by Avalanche Publishing Acquisition, Inc., Dalafield, WI) Heinz, Thomas A. Calendar includes two photographs of each house. They include: Albert Adelman; Benjamin Adelman; Bernard Schwartz; David Wright; Harley Bradley; Raymond Carlson; Taliesin West; John Gillin; Norman Lykes; William Palmer; Susan Larrence Dana; Fallingwater; Joe Massaro (non-Wright). Original list price $13.99. 12 x 12  (First Edition) Pp 28 2008.31.0117
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The Book of the Fine Arts Building, A Facsimile Edition of the Original Monograph (Soft Cover) (Originally published in 1911 for the Corporation of the Fine Arts Building by Ralph Fletcher Seymour Co., Chicago. 1000 copies were printed on paper, 25 copies on Imperial Japan Vellum. This facsimile edition published by The Hyoogen Press, Inc., Chicago) Peattie, Elia W.; Edited by Swan. David "Foreword (1911). The recent publication in ‘The International Studio,’ the foremost art publication in America, of the article on the Fine Arts building which is reproduced in the following pages, as well as the numerous printed commendations which had from time to time since the inception of the enterprise shown an extended and continued public interest in the building... The Fine Arts Building, including within its walls, as it does...  Continue...   (For additional information see our Wright Study of the Browne's Bookstore.) Pp 37 2008.08.0111
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The Essential Frank Lloyd Wright. Critical Writings on Architecture (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, and Oxfordshire, UK) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Edited by Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks "He was the most iconoclastic of architects, and at the height of his career his output of writings about architecture was as prolific and visionary as his architecture itself. Frank Lloyd Wright pioneered a bold new kind of architecture, one in which the spirit of modern man truly "lived in his buildings." The Essential Frank Lloyd Wright is a one-volume compendium of Wright's most critically important --and personally revealing--writings on every conceivable aspect of his craft. Wright...  Continue...  Pp 453 2008.30.1216
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The Noble Room. The Inspired Conception and Tumultuous Creation of Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple (Hard Cover) (Published by Top Five Books, LLC, Oak Park, IL) Sokol, David M. 100th Anniversary Edition. "Early on the morning of June 4, 1905, lightning struck the steeple of Unity Church in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, igniting a fire that would raze the building to the ground. The Unitarian congregation suddenly needed a home and turned to local architect Frank Lloyd Wright for a new approach. With Wright’s execution of Unity Temple, the ideas he’d been working on and experimenting with for years were finally brought to fruition, and modern design was born...  Continue...  Pp 182 2008.11.0511
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The Sutton House, McCook Nebraska (Hard Cover, Library Binding) (Published by Cornhusker Press, Hastings, Nebraska) Morgan, Donald; Altberg, John Publisher’s description: This compelling and comprehensive history begins with Harvey P. and Eliza Sutton’s interest in Frank Lloyd Wright’s house plans for McCook, Nebraska, resident Charles Barnes and Eliza’s 1903 trip to the Wright studio in Chicago. In addition to subsequent correspondence between Eliza and various principals of the Wright studio, including Frank Lloyd Wright, this account catalogs the myriad details that went into...  Continue...  See our Wright Study of the Sutton House. Pp 139 2008.21.0114
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The Wright Experience, A Master Architects Vision (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by  Sarabrand Scotland Limited. Glasfow, Scotland) Hunt, Sara; Intro: Stipes, Margo; Contributors: Ehrich, Doreen; Hodge, Jessica; Sommer, Robin... Fifty years after Wright’s death, he is widely hailed as a genius who has exerted more influence on design than any other twentieth century architect. His lifelong quest to “break out of the box” and create organic architecture - relevant to its place and time, alive with natural light, and integrated with its setting - inspired him to realize innovations that were far ahead of his time. (Publisher’s description.) Photography by Korab, Balthazar. Original Hard Cover list price $30.00. (First Edition) Pp 176 2008.04.1009
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The Wright Experience, A Master Architects Vision (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Metro Books, New York by arrangement with Sarabrand Scotland Limited. First published by Sarabrand Scotland Limited, 2008) Hunt, Sara; Intro: Stipes, Margo; Contributors: Ehrich, Doreen; Hodge, Jessica; Sommer, Robin... Fifty years after Wright’s death, he is widely hailed as a genius who has exerted more influence on design than any other twentieth century architect. His lifelong quest to “break out of the box” and create organic architecture - relevant to its place and time, alive with natural light, and integrated with its setting - inspired him to realize innovations that were far ahead of his time. (Publisher’s description.) Photography by Korab, Balthazar. Original Hard Cover list price $19.98. (A: First Metro Edition) Pp 176 2008.02.1008
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Up close: Frank Lloyd Wright, a twentieth-century life (Soft Cover) (First published in the United States by Viking, a division of Penguin Young Readers Group, 2007) (Published by Puffin Books, a division of the Penguin Group, New York, Toronto, London) Adkins, Jan "Wright changes the way we live. As a one-man force for a native American style, he swept away dark, Victorian clutter and opened up living spaces to air and movement. His professional life was a torrent of invention, from his earliest homes of the late 1800s to the bold spiral of the Guggenheim Museum in 1959. More fascinating and colorful than his own designs, Frank Lloyd Wright was consistently controversial, a towering figure in our culture who deserved his status as an American...  Continue...  Pp 301 2008.07.1010
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Amar a Frank (Loving Frank) (Spanish Edition - Soft Cover) (Published by Alfaguara, Mexica) Horan, Nancy; Translated into Spanish by Llorente, Ezequiel Martines Fictionalization life of Mamah Borthwick Cheney. Frank Lloyd Wright and Mamah, both married and with children, met when Mamah's husband, Edwin, commissioned Frank to design a house. Their affair became the stuff of headlines when they left their families to live and travel together, going first to Germany, where Mamah found rewarding work doing scholarly translations of Swedish feminist Ellen Key's books. Frank and Mamah eventually settled in Wisconsin, where they were...  Continue...  Pp 522 2009.40.1116
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Communities of Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin and Beyond (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Northern Illinois University Press, DeKalb, IL) Marty, Myron A. "Despite the numerous studies of Frank Lloyd Wright’s life and architecture, little has been published about his life in relation to the communities that dominated his life. Wright, a fervent believer in individualism and an ardent advocate of democracy, worked in communities throughout his career of more than six decades. These communities, which he led with unquestioned authority, made possible his extraordinary productivity. They also helped sustain his genius, provided him with crucial social outlets, and made...  Continue...  Pp 306 2009.39.0716
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Frank Lloyd Wright: 2010 Engagement Calendar (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Communica-tions, Inc. Frank Lloyd Wright, capable of flights of fancy such as a mile-high building, remained grounded in the natural world. He loved weeds, flowers, stone, and wood. And when he was not designing homes for wealthy captains of industry, he nurtured a Usonian ideal of using simple materials, including concrete and brick, to make beautiful homes available to those with less. (From back cover.) Includes thirty color photographs. Original list price $14.99. 6.9 x 8.1. (First Edition) Pp 104 2009.17.0611
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Frank Lloyd Wright American Master (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Photographs by Weintraub, Alan; Text by Smith, Kathryn An overview of the work of this American genius, encompassing the entirety of Wright’s long and extraordinarily prolific career. From his earliest work, such as the Home and Studio in Oak Park, IL, of 1889, to the wonderfully evocative textile block houses of Los Angeles of the mid-1920s, to such seminal masterpieces as Fallingwater, of 1935, in the Pennsylvania wilderness, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, of 1956, in New York. Featuring more than a hundred works...  Continue...  Pp 400 2009.04.0909
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Frank Lloyd Wright, Complete Works 1943-1959 (Hard Cover, Boxed) (Published by Taschen GmbH, Hohenzollernring, Koln) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Editor: Gossel, Peter Part of an exhaustive three-volume monograph featuring all of Wright's 1,100 designs, both realized and unrealized. This volume covers the postwar years and the "living architecture" period. This volume starts in 1943, when Wright’s organic "living architecture" introduced ideas for the use of solar energy and curved open spaces. In addition to many private projects and the Guggenheim museum, the period up to 1959 includes Wright's astonishing plans for a new Baghdad, his only realized...  Continue...  Pp 584 2009.07.0509
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Essential Texts (Soft Cover) (Published by W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., New York, London) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Edited by: Twombly, Robert The most influential, provocative, and enduring writings of the American master are gathered in this anthology. Twenty-one carefully chosen selections from Wright’s extensive literary output span the important period between 1900 and the late 1930s, when the architect exerted a powerful influence on the developing modern movement. A concise biography, explanatory head notes, and a short annotated bibliography make this an ideal introduction for students. (Publisher’s description.) Includes twenty-five...  Continue...  Pp 298 2009.18.0711
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Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Skira Rizzoli Publications, Inc., New York, in association with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Cleary, Richard; Levine, Neil; Marefat, Mina; Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Siry, Joseph M.; Stipe, Margo Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright, From Within Outward" May 15-August 23, 2009, Guggenheim Museum, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Guggenheim Museum. Providing a comprehensive view of Wright's works, Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture and Life demonstrates the grand cannon of the master's work with over 200 of the most important projects he gave the world. With an in depth illustrative focus, drawing on color drawings, photos and blueprints, it is...  Continue...  Pp 360 2009.26.0713 2009.28.0713
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Frank Lloyd Wright in Pop-Up (Hard Cover) (Published by Thunder Bay Press, An imprint of Baker & Taylor Publishing Group, San Diego, CA) Lewis, Roland Explore Wright's world in 3-D with five pop-ups that show his greatest masterpieces. Each pop-up focuses on a particular work and is accompanied by a detailed history of its planning, design, and current state. You'll be impressed with the remarkably modern Robie House, regarded as one of the most significant examples of 20th-century architecture. Explore the intricate Dana-Thomas butterfly chandelier, the Ennis House, considered to be years ahead of its time. Visit the iconic and...  Continue...  Pp 36 2009.09.1109
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Frank Lloyd Wright, The Heroic Years: 1920 - 1932 (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Frank Lloyd Wright’s wife, Olgivanna, is famously quoted as saying that "My husband seemed to thrive on hardships." From the years 1920 to 1932 Wright’s fortunes were at a low ebb; he was plagued by financial, personal, and professional setbacks, but saw the time as one of challenges instead of one of defeat. Unable to find patrons, his imagination led to visionary, often splendid, architectural conceptions that laid the groundwork for the revolutionary architecture he would build in the...  Continue...  Pp 240 2009.19.0911 2009.20.0312
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Sein Leben erzählt in Briefen, Plänen, Dokumenten (German Edition, Hard Cover - Boxed) (Published by Georg D. W. Callway, GmbH & Co. KG.) Stipe, Margo "A lot has been written about Frank Lloyd Wright's life and work. But this book is different: a unique collection of authentic documents brings out the unique work as well as the person and offers a view 'behind the scenes'. The colorful mixture of black-and-white photographs, color photographs, sketches, plans, hand-written letters, etc., in keeping with the original documents makes this book a priceless collector's item for lovers of modern architecture. Loving details, such as wrappers made of parchment...  Continue...  Pp 92 2009.41.1216
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple. A Good Time Place (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Cannon, Patrick F. Unity Temple of Oak Park, Illinois, was considered a modern masterwork from the moment it was completed in 1908. Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) sought to produce a structure as dynamic as the congregation that would occupy it, finding inspiration in the liberal nature of Unitarian thought when creating the groundbreaking design. Wright's use of reinforced concrete was revolutionary for the time, making Unity Temple the first concrete monolith in the world. Inside, warm, inviting hues complement...  Continue...  Pp 80 2009.25.0513
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The Gardens of Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Frances Lincoln Limited, London) Fell, Derek "His buildings have long been revered as twentieth- century masterpieces, but Frank Lloyd Wright, hailed by the American Institute of Architects as ‘the greatest American architect of all time’, also created gardens around his houses that are - as respected garden photographer and author Derek Fell illustrates- equally as worthy of acclaim. Wright considered the house and its landscape one organic whole and, as a master garden designer, strove to place his buildings in settings as splendid...  Continue...  Pp 160 2009.31.0415
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Jewel of the Desert, Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa (Published by Biltmore Press, in conjunction with Rose Publishing) Arizona Biltmore Resort "Arizona Biltmore is a living architectural masterpiece known worldwide for its signature design and ambiance. Our storied landmark is recognized for the influence of America’s most heralded architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Crowned the ‘Jewel of the Desert’ at its grand opening in 1929, the Arizona Biltmore was destined to become a legend. As the original Arizona resort that set the stage for the development of the state into a major tourist destination, it has earned its place as Arizona’s historic Grande Dame." (Foreword.) 9 x 12 (First Edition) Pp 89 2009.29.0414
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Supplemental Historic Structure Report, Hollyhock House (Published as a PDF document for Project Restore and the City of Los Angeles) LSA Associates Under contract to Project Restore, LSA Associates, Inc. (LSA) has prepared this supplemental Historic Structure Report (HSR) for Hollyhock House located within the Aline Barnsdall Complex, one of two extant residential buildings designed on the site by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall 1919–1921. The purpose of this supplemental HSR is to add new information to the 1992 Hollyhock House HSR prepared by Martin Weil, assess the current condition, and provide treatment recommendations for a focused list of priorities to facilitate Phase III repairs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 73 2009.33.1115
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The Guggenheim, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Making of the Modern Museum (Soft Cover) (Published by Guggenheim Museum Publications, New York) Ballon, Hilary; Siry, Joseph M.; Levine, Neil; Carranza, Luis E.; Zuaznabar, Gillermo; Kirkham, Pat; Perkins... Published on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Explore the process behind one of the greatest modern buildings in America. Examine the history, design, and construction of Wright’s masterwork. Fully illustrated with preliminary drawings, models, and photographs, the book includes three major essays that consider the building in three important contexts. Nine items from our collection were published in this volume...  Continue...  Pp 228 2009.02.0809
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The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Guggenheim (Produced by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, New York, Scottsdale, AZ) Fardella, Marcia Guggenheim Museum and Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation celebrate visionary architect with exhibition marking 50th anniversary of Wright’s renowned building. With more than 200 archival drawings, new models, animations, and oral histories. Exhibition: "Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward." May 15 – August 23, 2009. 8.5 x 11. Pp 6 2009.13.0110
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The Women: A Novel (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by the Penguin Group, Inc. First published by Viking Penguin, a member of the Penguin Group, Inc.) Boyle, T. Coraghessan An account of Wright's life, as told through the experiences of the four women who loved him, blazes with his trademark wit and invention. Wright's life was one long howling struggle against the bonds of convention, whether aesthetic, social, moral, or romantic. He never did what was expected and despite the overblown scandals surrounding his amours and very public divorces and the financial disarray that dogged him throughout his career, he never let anything get in the way...  Continue...  Pp 451 2009.12.1209 2009.14.1209
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The Women: A Novel (Hard Cover, Library Binding, Large Print) (Published by Wheeler Publishing, A part of Gale, Cengage Learning, by an arrangement with Viking Penquin, a member of the Penguin Group, Inc.) Boyle, T. Coraghessan An account of Wright's life, as told through the experiences of the four women who loved him, blazes with his trademark wit and invention. Wright's life was one long howling struggle against the bonds of convention, whether aesthetic, social, moral, or romantic. He never did what was expected and despite the overblown scandals surrounding his amours and very public divorces and the financial disarray that dogged him throughout his career, he never let anything get in the way...  Continue...  Pp 829 2009.38.0416
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V&A Pattern: The Fifties (Hard Cover with Paper Band and CD) (Published by V&A Publishing, Victoria and Albert Museum, London) Prichard, Sue Beautifully designed, accessible, and informative, this little book is a repository of ideas and inspiration for designers of all kinds. Included in each volume is a CD of all the images shown within. The Fifties produced some of the most inventive and innovative twentieth-century pattern designs as the emerging trend for abstraction in the fine arts. Sue Prichard is curator of contemporary textiles at the V&A. Includes 65 colour illustrations, one by Frank Lloyd Wright. Original Hard Cover List Price $12.95. 5.25 x 7.25. (Fourth Edition) Pp 80 2009.27.0513
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Vintage Postcards of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin - Romeo & Juliet - Hillside Home School from the collection of Randolph C. Henning. (C) Randolph C. Henning 2009 (Produced individually by hand by Randolph C. Henning) Henning, Randolph C. A collection of 52 rare vintage postcards from the collection of Randolph C. Henning printed and spiral bound by hand by Randolph C. Henning. Last page: "Special thanks to Patrick J. Mahoney, Patrick J. Meehan, William B. Scott, Jr., George Shutack, Kathryn A. Smith, Brian A. Spencer, Douglas Steiner & the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives (Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, Oskar Munoz & Margo Stipe)." 8.5 x 8.5. (First Edition) Pp 52 2009.03.0809
 
 

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