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ALINE BARNSDALL (HOLLYHOCK HOUSE) (1917 - S.208-211)
   
Date: Circa 1923

Title: Aline Barnsdall Residence A Circa 1923 (1920 - S.210).

Description: View of the west elevation from the Northwest. The Living Room (first floor) and Dining Room (second floor) are on the far left. The Entrance and Kitchen (second floor) are in the center, the Bedrooms are to the right. Besides the main residence, Hollyhock House, the master plan also included a Theater, this home, the (Theater) Director’s House, Residence A, and Residence B. Aline Barnsdall’s Residence A was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1920. These four photographs were published in the April, 1926 issue of Wendingen.

Size: 10 x 7 B&W Photograph.

S#: 0156.52.1115 1-4

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Date: Circa 1925

Title: Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Circa 1925 (1917 - S.208).

Description:
View of the South elevation and South patio from above the Nursery. Two Guest bedrooms are toward the right, the Conservatory is on the left. The semi-circular Terrace is to the far left out of view. In 1927, Aline Barnsdall gave Hollyhock House and eleven surrounding acres to the city of Los Angeles for use as a public art park in memory of her father, Theodore Barnsdall. For the next fifteen years the house was home to the California Art Club, which made full use of its dramatic design to stage plays and display artwork. The house was leased again in the 1940s and 1950s by Dorothy Clune Murray’s Olive Hill Foundation. First published in "Wendingen" Series, p.134, 1925, and "The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright," p.134, 1925. Also published in "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House," Hoffmann, 1992, p.45. Clipping pasted to verso: "A side view shows "Hollyhock house" standing against the Sierra Madre mountains to the north. The design with (sic) virtually complete in 1918, but was finished in 1920, not entirely in accordance with the Wright’s hopes. The house has not been maintained properly." Stamped on clipping: "Dec 12 1965." Stamped on verso: "1965 Nov 3."

Size: Original 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#:
0171.31.0619
   
Date: 1926

Title: Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Circa 1926 (1917 - S.208).

Description: View of the exterior of the Living Room from the South. A terrace is on the far right. A stylized hollyhock is designed into the roof of the Living Room. Designed in 1917 by Frank Lloyd Wright as an appropriate style for Southern California, the house was built in 1920-1921. This photograph was published in publication Wendingen, Volume VII, No. 8 1926, page 135. The sixth issue of seven part series. Then bound into "The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright" which combined all seven issue. January 1928 issue of Architectural Record, and "Frank Lloyd Wright." Hitchcock, 1928. Mounted in a small folder with label hand written: "12467 Applied Str. Holly..." Purchased from Toulouse, France.
Size: Original 5 x 4 B&W photograph.


S#:
0172.43.0318
   
Date: Circa 1930

Title: Aline Barnsdall Residence A, Circa 1930 (1920 - S.210).

Description: View of the North end of the West elevation. The Living Room and Dining Room is on the first and second levels. The Dining Room, top center, overlooks the two story Living Room. The large opening leads to the basement and possibly a garage. The Entrance is to the far right. Besides the main residence, Hollyhock House, the master plan also included a Theater (project), this home, the (Theater) Director’s House, Residence A, and Residence B (demolished). Aline Barnsdall’s Residence A was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1920. In 1927, Barnsdall donated an additional 2 acres and Residence A to the City of Los Angeles, bringing the total to 13 acres, 11 of which included Hollyhock House. (Note: Dating this image circa 1930. The two trees on either side of the garage were just a few feet tall in 1923.) These four photographs were A. D. White Architectural Photograph Collection at the Cornell University Library. Andrew Dickson White was the first President of the University. Courtesy of the Cornell University Library.

Size: 10 x 7.75 B&W photograph.

S#: 0249.42.1115 1-4

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Date: Circa 1930-35

Title: Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Terrace (1917 - S.208

Description: Hand written on verso: "Terrace of California Club by Frank Lloyd Wright whose architectural exhibition is now at Art Institute." The City of Los Angeles was approached by Aline Barnsdall to manage part of her estate at Olive Hill as a cultural arts centre. In 1926 the City of Los Angeles agreed to manage eight acres of the Hollywood estate. Part of the ensuing negotiations between the City and Miss Barnsdall included a provision that the California Art Club would be granted a fifteen-year lease on Hollyhock House. The California Art Club happily accepted on August 31, 1927 and it remained the club's gallery and headquarters from 1927 until 1942. For additional aerial images for dating this photograph, see "Hollyhock House and Olive Hill" Smith, pages 162-3 (1922) and 190-1 (1947).

Size: Original 6.25 x 8 B&W print.

S#: 0249.20.0310

   
Date: 1954

Title:
Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room Fireplace (1917 - S.208) 1954.

Description:
In 1926, Aline Barnsall donated Hollyhock House to the City of Los Angeles, with a lease going to the California Art Club. By 1942, the city had condemned the house and ordered it to be vacated, due to structural damage. The home was left in shambles. A minor restoration project was undertaken in 1945. In 1954 Frank Lloyd Wright designed a Master Plan for Barnsdall Park which included a museum which remained a unbuilt. (Monograph 8, p.146-7). Also in 1954, Barnsdall Park was the one of the stops for Wright’s traveling exhibition "Sixty Years of Living Architecture." The premiere of the exhibit in Los Angeles was held at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Center at Barnsdall Park on June 1, 1954. A temporary pavilion, similar to the pavilion in New York, was attached to the line of kennels that reached from the house to the garage. The entrance to the pavilion was through the Hollyhock House. (Wright, 1943-1959, p.346). Photographed on May 27, 1954, days before the exhibition opened. Note the pond in front of the fireplace which has been filled in. Female is seated on a Frank Lloyd Wright designed living room chair. Stamped on verso: "Mirrorfoto by Bob Martin, Staff Photographer. May 27, 1954." (Two copies)

Size:
11 x 14


S#:
1045.40.0916, 1045.41.0916
   
Date: 1954

Title: Sixty Years of Living Architecture Exhibition, Los Angeles 1954 (Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation project #5427).

Description: A traveling exhibition of Wright's work, consisting of models, photographs and original drawings. A Preview of the exhibition was held in Philadelphia (January 1951). The world wide tour opened in Palazzo Strozzi Florence, Italy (June 1951). In "Sixty Years" (New York), Wright notes that from Florence the Exhibition traveled to "Switzerland, France, German and Holland". The Exhibition catalogs are dated: Paris (April 1952), Zurich (End of May 1952), Munich (May 16 - June 15, 1952), and Rotterdam (dated June 1, 1952). After two years in Europe the exhibition crossed the Atlantic to Mexico City, then to New York (1953). After an exhibition in Los Angeles, June, 1954, the final exhibition took place in Chicago, October, 1956. The Los Angeles exhibition premiere was held at Barnsdall Park’s Municipal Art Center on June 1, 1954, then open to the public from June 2 to July 11, and was extended to July 25, 1954. A temporary pavilion, similar to the pavilion in New York, was attached to the line of kennels that reached from the house to the garage. The entrance to the pavilion was through the Hollyhock House. It would appear that Loch photographed the Living Room as he passed from the House to the Exhibition. Photographed by Loch Crane in June, 1954.

Size: B&W 2.25" negative, high res scan, and 8 x 8 B&W photograph

S#:
1045.42.1116-1
   
Date: 1965

Title: Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House (1917 - S.208) 1965.

Description: View of the Southwest corner. In 1927, Aline Barnsdall gave Hollyhock House and eleven surrounding acres to the city of Los Angeles for use as a public art park in memory of her father, Theodore Barnsdall. For the next fifteen years the house was home to the California Art Club, which made full use of its dramatic design to stage plays and display artwork. The house was leased again in the 1940s and 1950s by Dorothy Clune Murray’s Olive Hill Foundation. Photographed by Marvin Rand. Acquired from the Library of Congress.

Size: Original 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

S#: 1628.24.0413

   
Date: 1965

Title: Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1965 (1917 - S.208).

Description: Viewed from the Southwest. The Dining Room and main entrance is on the far left, the Kitchen is in the center, Bedrooms on the right. West (left) and South (right) elevations. Residence A is one of two surviving structures on Olive Hill designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall. It was completed in 1920. By 1965, changes were made to Residence A by the city of Los Angeles. The original Living Room’s North balcony was removed and replaced with a wooden one. Exterior stairs and a doorway were added, leading to the second floor, on the Southwest corner. The road, sidewalk and retaining wall in the foreground were also a recent addition. The sidewalk and retaining wall has since been removed. Photographed in September, 1965 by Marvin Rand. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Size: 10 x 7 B&W photograph.

S#: 1628.50.1115 1-6

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Date: 1965

Title: Barnsdall, Aline; Residence A (HABS No. CAL-375), 4800 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, California. (Published by Historic American Building Survey, National Park Service, Western Office, San Francisco, California.)

Author: Winter, Robert; Girvigian, Raymond

Description: Includes: Architectural and Historical Significance; Historical Information; References, Architectural Description; First and Second Floor Plans. Corresponds with a set of six photographs.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 9

S#: 1628.51.1115

   
Date: 1975

Title: Aline Barnsdall Residence A, 1975 (1917 - S.208)

Description: 1) Set of three 35mm Color Kodachrome slides. Viewed from the Southwest. The Dining Room and main entrance is on the far left, the Kitchen is in the center, Bedrooms on the right. Residence A is one of two surviving structures on Olive Hill designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall. It was completed in 1920. By 1965, changes were made to Residence A by the city of Los Angeles. The original Living Room’s North balcony was removed and replaced with a wooden one. Exterior stairs and a doorway in the foreground were added, leading to the second floor. The road, sidewalk and retaining wall in the foreground were also an addition. The sidewalk and retaining wall has since been removed. Similar view from 1923 in "
Frank Lloyd Wright, Hollyhock House and Olive Hill," Smith, 1992, p.158. Stamped on face of sleeve: "15. May 75." Printed on verso of sleeve: "Kodachrome Transparency. Processed by Kodak." Set of three 35mm slides taken in May, 1975.

Size: 10 x 7 High Res digital image.

S#:
1996.41.0818 (1)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Aline Barnsdall Residence A, 1975 (1917 - S.208)

Description: 2) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1975 (1917 - S.208). Set of three 35mm Color Kodachrome slides. Detail of the Southwest corner viewed from the Northwest. View from 1923 is published in "Frank Lloyd Wright, Hollyhock House and Olive Hill," Smith, 1992, p.158. Stamped on face of sleeve: "17. May 75." Printed on verso of sleeve: "Kodachrome Transparency. Processed by Kodak." Set of three 35mm slides taken in May, 1975. 10 x 7 High Res digital image.

Size: 10 x 7 High Res digital image.

S#: 1996.41.0818 (2)
   
Date: 1975

Title: Aline Barnsdall Residence A, 1975 (1917 - S.208)

Description: 3) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1975 (1917 - S.208). Set of three 35mm Color Kodachrome slides. Viewed from the North. The two-story Living Room covers the whole North end of the house. Five doors open outward onto a balcony. Patterned borders frame each two-story set of the windows and doors. The Dining Room, on the west end (right) of the second floor, overlooks the two story Living Room. By 1965, changes were made to Residence A by the city of Los Angeles. The original Living Room’s North balcony was removed and replaced with a wooden one. See original view. Stamped on face of sleeve: "18. May 75." Printed on verso of sleeve: "Kodachrome Transparency. Processed by Kodak." Set of three 35mm slides taken in May, 1975. 10 x 7 High Res digital image.

Size: 10 x 7 High Res digital image.

S#: 1996.41.0818 (3)
   
Date: 1985

Title: Barnsdall Art Park - (Stiff cover. "Barnsdall Art Park" embossed on cover) (Published by the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department)

Author: Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department

Description: Includes a history of Barnsdall Park, the Mission Statement, Exhibition Program, as well as information about Frank Lloyd Wright and the Hollyhock House. Includes four photographs related to Frank Lloyd Wright and the Hollyhock House. Gift from Kathryn Smith. (First Edition)

Size: 9 x 12

Pages: Pp 16

ST#:
1985.59.0616
   
Date: 1985

Title: Hollyhock House, 1985.

Description: "A Sunday afternoon at Hollyhock House... January 27, 1985, 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. "...will be your first opportunity to see a special exhibit of photography from the personal album of Aline Barnsdall, the owner of Hollyhock House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Join us t this special event... Hollyhock House, operated by the Cultural Affairs Department of the City of Los Angeles, is located in Barnsdall Park..." Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 3.75

Pages: Pp 4

ST#: 1985.35.0711

   
Date: 1986

Title: Hollyhock House. You are cordially invited to attend...

Description: Invitational brochure for "Tours of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House and Lloyd Wright’s Sowden House", Saturday evening, September 13th, 1986, 7 p.m., Barnsdall Park, 4808 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles." One illustration. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 4.25 x 5.3 opens to 16.75 x 5.3.

Pages: Pp 4, printed one side only.

ST#: 1986.40.0711

   
Date: 1992

Title: Barnsdall House: Frank Lloyd Wright, Architecture in Detail  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Phaidon Press, Inc. London, New York)

Author: Steele, James

Description: (Second Edition)

Size: 11.5 x 11.5

Pages: Pp 60

ST#: 1992.40.0803
   
Date: 1992

Title: Barnsdall Park, Taliesin Architects Response to Request (Spiral Bound) (Produced by the Taliesin Architects, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Taliesin Architects

Description: Copy of the response from the Taliesin Architects for a Request for Qualifications for the Master Plan for the future development of Barnsdall Park. Spiral bound booklet includes: Letter from John Rattenbury; Taliesin Architects Experience; List of Planning Projects; Biographies of John Rattenbury, Eric Lloyd Wright, Louis Wiehle, William E. Mims, Laurence W. Heiny, Kathryn Smith and others; Letters of Reference. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 70

ST#:
1992.110.0616
   
Date: 1992

Title: Concrete Abstractions, Details of Hollyhock House, Los Angeles, California  (Soft Cover) (Published by Couturier Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. One thousand copies printed.)

Author: Cowan, Craig

Description: A volume resulting from the exhibition "Concrete Abstractions" exhibited in Hollyhock House Gallery from April through September of 1991. "Constructed between 1919 and 1921 for oil heiress Aline Barnsdall, Hollyhock House was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first Los Angeles Commission. Barnsdall met Wright in Chicago in 1914 where she proposed that he design a theater for her. A trip to the West Coast shifted her plans from the Midwest to Los Angeles and in 1919 she purchased a thirty-six acre site known as Olive Hill, located on the eastern edge of Hollywood Boulevard, on the south by Sunset Boulevard, on the east by Vermont, and on the west by Edgemont..." Includes 17 plates detailing the Hollyhock House. Gift from Kathryn Smith. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 36

ST#:
1992.108.0616
   
HollyhockHouse 1.jpg (21260 bytes) Date: 1992

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright : Hollyhock House and Olive Hill  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Rizzoli International Publications)

Author: Smith, Kathryn

Description: Original HC List Price $45.00.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: 224

ST#: 1992.08.0492

   
Date: 1992

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s 125th Birthday.

Description: June 6th & 7th, 1992. Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA. Events, Tours and Exhibitions related to Frank Lloyd Wright and Hollyhock House. Presentations by Scot Zimmerman, Curated by Kathryn Smith. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Nine copies.

Size: 8.5 x 5.5

Pages: Pp 6

ST#: 1992.79.0711

   
Date: 1992

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Olive Hill.

Description: The City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department Invites You to Attend A Reception... Models and drawings of unbuilt projects for Aline Barnsdall prepared by students of the Southern California Institute of Architecture. Curated by Kathryn Smith. Friday 5 June 1992, 6:00 - 9:00 pm. Hollyhock House, Barnsdall Art Park. Exhibition - 6 June 1991 to 17 January 1993. Includes illustration of the Hollyhock House stain glass window pattern. Three copies. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 5.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 1

ST#: 1992.76.0711, 1992.77.0711, 1992.78.0711

   
Date: 1992

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House  (Soft Cover)

Author: Hoffmann, Donald

Description: Original SC List Price $11.95.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: 118

ST#: 1992.24.0102

   
Date: 1992

Title: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House." (Produced by the City of Los Angeles, CA)

Author: Written by Levis, Sandra A. B.

Description: Short biography on Aline Barnsdal, Wright, and the history of the Hollyhock House. Includes eight photographs and three illustrations.

Size: 4 x 9

Pages: 8

ST#: 1992.62.0492

   
Date: 1993

Title: Oilman’s Daughter, Biography of Aline Barnsdall  (Hard Cover - DJ)

Author: Karasick, Norman & Dor

Description: (Signed)  Original HC List Price $25.95.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: 268

ST#: 1993.07.0400

   
Date: 1994

Title: Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House 1994 (1917 - S.208).

Description: Set of 28 exterior photographs during a trip to Los Angeles, September 1994. Designed in 1917 by Frank Lloyd Wright as an appropriate style for Southern California, the house was built in 1920-1921. Barnsdall’s plan for the 36 acre Olive Hill was to include her home, theater and an arts community. Of all the projects Wright designed, only Hollyhock House and two additional residences were built. Residence B was demolished. Barnsdall lived in the home until 1927, when she gave Hollyhock House and eleven surrounding acres to the city of Los Angeles for use as a public art park in memory of her father, Theodore Barnsdall. For the next fifteen years the house was home to the California Art Club. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner.

Size: 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

ST#: 1994.92.1015 1-18

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Date: 1994

Title: Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House 1994 (1917 - S.208).

Description: Set of 18 interior photographs during a trip to Los Angeles, September 1994. View of the Living Room Fireplace looking South. The Fireplace is the focal point of the Living Room. "The bas-relief at the fireplace is composed in blocks of art-stone and ranks among the few and great mural abstractions that Wright deigned. Strictly geometric, monochromatic and austere in pattern, it is at the same time rich in references..." Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, Hoffmann, p.61. Designed in 1917 by Frank Lloyd Wright as an appropriate style for Southern California, the house was built in 1920-1921. Barnsdall’s plan for the 36 acre Olive Hill was to include her home, theater and an arts community. Of all the projects Wright designed, only Hollyhock House and two additional residences were built. Residence B was demolished. Barnsdall lived in the home until 1927, when she gave Hollyhock House and eleven surrounding acres to the city of Los Angeles for use as a public art park in memory of her father, Theodore Barnsdall. For the next fifteen years the house was home to the California Art Club. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner.

Size: 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

ST#: 1994.93.1015 1-18

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Date: 1994

Title: Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1994 (1920 - S.210).

Description: Set of 7 photographs during a trip to Los Angeles, September 1994. View of Residence A from the Southwest. Stairs lead to the second floor. The Dining Room is on the far left, the Kitchen is in the center, Bedrooms on the right. Just to the left of the stairs, a second stairway leads down to the lower level and the entrance to the home, the Entrance Hall and a large two story Living Room. Stairs are not originals. Designed in 1920, Barnsdall’s plan for the 36 acre Olive Hill was to include her home, theater and an arts community. Of all the projects Wright designed, only Hollyhock House and two additional residences were built. Residence B was demolished. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner.

Size: 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image.

ST#: 1994.94.1015 1-7

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Date: 1997

Title: Barnsdall Park, A New Master Plan for Frank Lloyd Wright‘s California Romanza (Published by Spacemaker Press, Washington D.C., Cambridge, MA)

Author: Simo, Melanie; Forward: Smith, Kathryn

Description: The Barnsdall Park Master Plan was prepared by Peter Walker William Johnson and Partners for the City of Los Angeles, Department of Recreation and Parks. Featuring historic photographs and drawings by Frank Lloyd Wright, this volume presents the history of Barnsdall Park in Los Angeles. The first half of the book chronicles the life of Aline Barnsdall, client and patron, and her relationship with Wright. The second part of the book describes, with text, drawings, and models, Peter Walker and Partners' new master plan for the park, presented to the city in 1995. (Publisher’s description.) Original cover price $24.95. (First Edition)

Size: 10.5 x 10.5

Pages: 63

ST#: 1997.46.1109

   
Date: 2002

Title: Hollyhock House Docent Roster, 2002 - 2003 (Spiral Bound) (Revised December 2002, Compiled by Gabriel Cifarelli)

Author: Cifarelli, Gabriel

Description: 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. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 24

ST#:
2002.111.0616
   
Date: 2009

Title: Supplemental Historic Structure Report, Hollyhock House (Published as a PDF document for Project Restore and the City of Los Angeles)

Author: LSA Associates

Description: 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.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 73

ST#: 2009.33.1115

   
Date: 2012

Title: Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Coin Bank circa 2012 (1917 - S.208). (Produced by Landmark Models, Seattle, WA)

Description: Features the distinctive living room facade, complete with balcony and ornamental details. Constructed between 1918 and 1921 for oil heiress and arts patron Aline Barnsdall, Hollyhock House was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first project in Los Angeles. Though the structure appears to be made of concrete, it is actually wood and stucco. (Manufacturer’s description.) Cast in beige resin. Original cost $69.00.

Size: 7" wide, 3.5" deep, and .5." tall.

ST#: 2012.20.0315

   
   
   

Aline Barnsdall Residence A Circa 1923

 
The Master Plan included Hollyhock House, the main residence; The Theater; Residence A, (the Theater Director’s House); and Residence B. Aline Barnsdall’s Residence A was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1920. These four photographs were published in the April, 1926 issue of Wendingen.
 
1) Aline Barnsdall Residence A Circa 1923 (1920 - S.210). View of the west elevation from the Northwest. The Living Room (first floor) and Dining Room (second floor) are on the far left. The Entrance and Kitchen (second floor) are in the center, the Bedrooms are to the right. This photograph was also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Hollyhock House and Olive Hill, Smith, 1992, p.158. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. 10 x 7 B&W Photograph. (S#0156.52.1115-1)
 
2) Aline Barnsdall Residence A Circa 1923 (1920 - S.210). View of the West elevation from the Southwest. The Living Room (first floor) and Dining Room (second floor) are on the far left. The Entrance and Kitchen (second floor) are on the right. Stairs, bottom right, lead past the wall topped with an urn, and leads to the Entrance Courtyard. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. 8 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0156.52.1115-2)
 
3) Aline Barnsdall Residence A Circa 1923 (1920 - S.210). View of the North (left) and West elevation (right) from the Northwest. The two-story Living Room covers the whole North end of the house. Five doors open outward onto a balcony. Patterned borders frame each two-story set of the windows and doors. The Dining Room, on the west end of the second floor, overlooks the two story Living Room. Also published in Frank Lloyd Wright, Cahiers d'Art, 1928.  Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. 10 x 7.5 B&W photograph. (S#0156.52.1115-3)
 
4) Aline Barnsdall Residence A Circa 1923 (1920 - S.210). View of the Northwest corner of the two-story Living Room. Five doors open outward onto a balcony on the left. Patterned borders frame each two-story set of the windows and doors. The Dining Room, top right of the second floor, overlooks the two story Living Room. Also published in In The Nature of Materials, 1942, Hitchcock, plate 242. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. 7.5 x 10 B&W photograph. (S#0156.52.1115-4)
 
 
 

Aline Barnsdall Residence A Circa 1930

 
Besides the main residence, Hollyhock House, the master plan also included a Theater (project), this home, the (Theater) Director’s House, Residence A, and Residence B (demolished). Aline Barnsdall’s Residence A was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1920. In 1927, Barnsdall donated an additional 2 acres and Residence A to the City of Los Angeles, bringing the total to 13 acres, 11 of which included Hollyhock House. These four photographs were A. D. White Architectural Photograph Collection at the Cornell University Library. Andrew Dickson White was the first President of the University.
 
1) Aline Barnsdall Residence A, Circa 1930 (1920 - S.210). View of the North end of the West elevation. The Living Room and Dining Room is on the first and second levels. The Dining Room, top center, overlooks the two story Living Room. The large opening leads to the basement and possibly a garage. The Entrance is to the far right. (Note: Dating this image circa 1930. The two trees on either side of the garage were just a few feet tall in 1923.) 10 x 7.75 B&W photograph. (S#0249.42.1114-1)
 
2) Aline Barnsdall Residence A, Circa 1930 (1920 - S.210). Partial view of the North end of the West elevation. The Living and Dining Rooms are to the far left. The Dining Room overlooks the two story Living Room. The Entrance to the home is in the center, the Kitchen is above. (As far as dating the image, the tree to the right of the Kitchen, which now reaches past the roof, was barely visible in the 1923.) 10 x 7.75 B&W photograph. (S#0249.42.1114-2)
 
3) Aline Barnsdall Residence A, Circa 1930 (1920 - S.210). Partial view of the East elevation, from the Northeast. Three Bedrooms are on the left, the two-story Living Room is on the right. The Living room covers the whole North end of the house. 10 x 7.75 B&W photograph. (S#0249.42.1114-3)
 
4) Aline Barnsdall Residence A, Circa 1930 (1920 - S.210). Partial view of the North elevation, from the Northwest. Five doors open outward onto a balcony on the left. Patterned borders frame each two-story set of the windows and doors. The Living room covers the whole North end of the house. 10 x 7.75 B&W photograph. (S#0249.42.1114-4)
 
 
 

Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1965

 
Residence A is one of two surviving structures on Olive Hill designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall. It was completed in 1920. By 1965, changes were made to Residence A by the city of Los Angeles. The original Living Room’s North balcony was removed and replaced with a wooden one. Exterior stairs and a doorway were added, leading to the second floor, on the Southwest corner. The road, sidewalk and retaining wall in the foreground were also a recent addition. The sidewalk and retaining wall has since been removed. Photographed in September, 1965 by Marvin Rand.
 
1) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1965 (1917 - S.208). Viewed from the Southwest. The Dining Room and main entrance is on the far left, the Kitchen is in the center, Bedrooms on the right. West (left) and South (right) elevations. Residence A is one of two surviving structures on Olive Hill designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall. It was completed in 1920. By 1965, changes were made to Residence A by the city of Los Angeles. The original Living Room’s North balcony was removed and replaced with a wooden one. Exterior stairs and a doorway were added, leading to the second floor, on the Southwest corner. The road, sidewalk and retaining wall in the foreground were also a recent addition. The sidewalk and retaining wall has since been removed. Photographed in September, 1965 by Marvin Rand. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. 10 x 7 B&W photograph. (S#1628.50.1115-1)
 
2) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1965 (1917 - S.208). View of the South elevation. A bedroom was originally on the second floor. An additional bedroom can be seen on the right. Residence A is one of two surviving structures on Olive Hill designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall. It was completed in 1920. By 1965, changes were made to Residence A by the city of Los Angeles. The exterior stairs on the left, leading to the second floor, were added. The road, sidewalk and retaining wall in the foreground were also a recent addition. The sidewalk and retaining wall has since been removed. Photographed in September, 1965 by Marvin Rand. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. 10 x 7 B&W photograph. (S#1628.50.1115-2)
 
3) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1965 (1917 - S.208). View of the East elevation. Two Bedrooms are on the upper floor, left and center, a third bedroom is on the right. Landry and Maid’s room are below the two Bedrooms on the left, the Study is below the Bedroom on the right. Residence A is one of two surviving structures on Olive Hill designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall. It was completed in 1920. By 1965, changes were made to Residence A by the city of Los Angeles. The road, sidewalk and retaining wall in the foreground were a recent addition. The sidewalk and retaining wall has since been removed. Photographed in September, 1965 by Marvin Rand. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. 10 x 7 B&W photograph. (S#1628.50.1115-3)
 
4) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1965 (1917 - S.208). View of the East and North elevations. The two-story Library covers the whole North end of the house. Five doors open outward onto a balcony that originally matched the rest of the home. Patterned borders frame each two-story set of the windows and doors. Text on the side of the house reads, "Barnsdall Playground. Arts and Crafts Center. Department of Playground and Recreation, City of Los Angeles." Residence A is one of two surviving structures on Olive Hill designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall. It was completed in 1920. By 1965, changes were made to Residence A by the city of Los Angeles. The original Living Room’s North balcony was removed and replaced with a wooden one. Photographed in September, 1965 by Marvin Rand. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. 10 x 7 B&W photograph. (S#1628.50.1115-4)
 
5) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1965 (1917 - S.208). View of the West elevation. The Entrance to the home is through the double door on the lower level, which leads to the Entrance Hall. The Living Room is on the left, the Dining Room is on the second floor, which overlooks the two story Living Room. The Kitchen is directly above the Entrance. An Urn is on the corner which leads to the Entrance Courtyard. Residence A is one of two surviving structures on Olive Hill designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall. It was completed in 1920. Photographed in September, 1965 by Marvin Rand. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. 10 x 7 B&W photograph. (S#1628.50.1115-5)
 
6) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1965 (1917 - S.208). Viewed from the Southwest. The Dining and Living Rooms are on the left, the main Entrance and Kitchen is on the right. Residence A is one of two surviving structures on Olive Hill designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Aline Barnsdall. It was completed in 1920. Photographed in September, 1965 by Marvin Rand. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. 10 x 7 B&W photograph. (S#1628.50.1115-6)
 
 
 

Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Exterior 1994

 
 Set of 28 exterior photographs during a trip to Los Angeles, September 1994. Designed in 1917 by Frank Lloyd Wright as an appropriate style for Southern California, the house was built in 1920-1921. Barnsdall’s plan for the 36 acre Olive Hill was to include her home, theater and an arts community. Of all the projects Wright designed, only Hollyhock House and two additional residences were built. Residence B was demolished. Barnsdall lived in the home until 1927, when she gave Hollyhock House and eleven surrounding acres to the city of Los Angeles for use as a public art park in memory of her father, Theodore Barnsdall. For the next fifteen years the house was home to the California Art Club. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner.
 
1) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Entrance 1994 (1917 - S.208). Viewed from the North, the Entrance is at the end of the long open and covered Loggia. The roof is cantilevered over the Porte-cochere. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-1)
 
2) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Porte-cochere Niche 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Porte-cochere Niche at the Entrance to the home. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-2)
 
3) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Plaque 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Plaque near the Entrance to the home. "These premises were given to the city of Los Angelese in 1927 by Aline Barnsdall ‘For the study of the art of this and other Countries.’ In 1947 this building was reconstructed, furnished, and equipped and will be maintained for the same purpose by the Olive Hill Foundation, which was founded and endowed by Dorothy Clune Murray, in Memory of her son." Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-3)
 
4) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Flower Urn 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Flower Urn at the North end of the Entrance to the home. A stylized hollyhock is designed into the planter. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-4)
 
5) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Flower Urn Detail 1994 (1917 - S.208). Detail of the Flower Urn at the North end of the Entrance to the home. A stylized hollyhock is designed into the planter. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-5)
 
6) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Double Pedestal Flower Urn 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of a double pedestal flower urn, one of many of the Urns designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Hollyhock House. A stylized hollyhock is designed into the planter. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-6)
 
7) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Lamp Post 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the upper portion of the lamp post at the North end of the Entrance to the home. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-7)
 
8) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Lamp Post Base 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the base of the lamp post at the North end of the Entrance to the home. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-8)
 
9) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Porte-cochere Niche Exterior 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Porte-cochere Niche from the West. There is a built-in planter at the base of the back side. The exterior view of the niche mimics the shape of the Living Room. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-9)
 
10) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room 1994 (1917 - S.208). Viewed from the Northwest, stairs lead up to the Terrace on the left, and is bordered with a Flower Urn and long built-in planter. The Living Room is in the background to the right. A stylized hollyhock is designed into the roof of the Living Room. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-10)
 
11) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room 1994 (1917 - S.208). Viewed from the West, there is a Terrace, Flower Urn and built-in planter on either side of the Living Room. The pool is in the foreground. A stylized hollyhock is designed into the roof of the Living Room. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-11)
 
12) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room 1994 (1917 - S.208). Viewed from the Southwest, stairs lead up to the Terrace on the right, and is bordered with a Flower Urn and long built-in planter. The Living Room is in the background to the left. A stylized hollyhock is designed into the roof of the Living Room. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-12)
 
13) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Detail 1994 (1917 - S.208). Detail of the stylized hollyhock designed into the roof. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-13)
 
14) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Flower Urn 1994 (1917 - S.208). Note: This Flower Urn is on the property, but we could not verify if it was designed by Wright. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-14)
 
15) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Playroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Children’s Playroom from the West. Glass panels are not designed as single pieces but as a complete design, flowing from one panel to the next. Corners are glass. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-15)
 
16) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Playroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Children’s Playroom from the South. Art glass surrounds the Playroom. Even the corners are glass. Two Hollyhock sculptures grace the upper corners. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-16)
 
17) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Playroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Children’s Playroom from the East. Glass panels are not designed as single pieces but as a complete design, flowing from one panel to the next. Corners are glass. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-17)
 
18) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Playroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Children’s Playroom from the East. Detail of the stylized hollyhock designed into the roof. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-18)
 
19) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Sleeping Alcove 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Sleeping Alcove from the East. This is the largest expanse of art glass in the house. A built-in planter is level with the base of the windows. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-19)
 
20) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Pool 1994 (1917 - S.208). (Note: This photograph was taken on the East side of the home.)  Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-20)
 
21) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Garden Court 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Inner Garden Court from the East. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-21)
 
22) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Garden Court 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Inner Garden Court from the East. The Gallery is on the left, Loggia and Living Room straight ahead. The Colonnade and Kitchen are on the far right. Stairs lead to the roof Terrace. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-22)
 
23) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Gallery Window 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Gallery’s Art Glass windows from the Garden Court. Past the Colonnade is the Kitchen. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-23)
 
24) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Colonnade 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Colonnade from the Southwest. Past the Colonnade is the Kitchen. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-24)
 
25) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Roof Top 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the roof top from the Southeast. The Loggia is on the lower left, the Living Room on the far left. The Colonnade is on the lower right, Dining Room and Kitchen on the far right. Note the downed Hollyhock sculpture lying on the ground by the Loggia, a casualty of the earthquake. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-25)
 
26) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Roof Top 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the roof top from the Southeast. The Music Room is in the background on the left. The Colonnade is on the lower right, Dining Room in the center and the Kitchen on the far right. Note the "Hollywood" sign in the background hills on the left. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-26)
 
27) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Kitchen Yard 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Kitchen yard from the East. The Kitchen is on the left, Dining Room straight ahead. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-27)
 
28) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Entrance Passageway 1994 (1917 - S.208). Viewed from the Northeast, the Dining Room is on the left, the Entrance Passageway is on the right. The Motor Court garden is in the foreground. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.92.1015-28)
 
 
 

Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Interior 1994

 
Set of 18 interior photographs during a trip to Los Angeles, September 1994. View of the Living Room Fireplace looking South. The Fireplace is the focal point of the Living Room. "The bas-relief at the fireplace is composed in blocks of art-stone and ranks among the few and great mural abstractions that Wright deigned. Strictly geometric, monochromatic and austere in pattern, it is at the same time rich in references..." Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, Hoffmann, p.61. Designed in 1917 by Frank Lloyd Wright as an appropriate style for Southern California, the house was built in 1920-1921. Barnsdall’s plan for the 36 acre Olive Hill was to include her home, theater and an arts community. Of all the projects Wright designed, only Hollyhock House and two additional residences were built. Residence B was demolished. Barnsdall lived in the home until 1927, when she gave Hollyhock House and eleven surrounding acres to the city of Los Angeles for use as a public art park in memory of her father, Theodore Barnsdall. For the next fifteen years the house was home to the California Art Club. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner.
 
1) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room Fireplace 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Living Room Fireplace looking South. The Fireplace is the focal point of the Living Room. "The bas-relief at the fireplace is composed in blocks of art-stone and ranks among the few and great mural abstractions that Wright deigned. Strictly geometric, monochromatic and austere in pattern, it is at the same time rich in references..." Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, Hoffmann, p.61. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-1)
 
2) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room Fireplace Skylight 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Living Room Fireplace art-glass skylight. The complex design includes wood, glass and art-glass. When combined with the pool below, as a whole, the fireplace symbolizes fire, light, water and earth. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-2)
 
3) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room Fireplace Pool 1994 (1917 - S.208). September 1994. View of the Living Room Fireplace pool from the East. The pool is lines with gold tile. The pool was fed by water from the pool just to the West of the Living Room, then returned again. A small art-stone once bridged the pool. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-3)
 
4) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Living Room from the Northeast. The Fireplace is to the left, the outdoor pool is to the far right. The furniture ensemble was designed by Wright. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-4)
 
5) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room 1994 (1917 - S.208). Detail of the built-in lamp, part of the furniture ensemble. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-5)
 
6) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room Furniture 1994 (1917 - S.208). The furniture ensemble included couch, desk and chair, lamp and table. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-6)
 
7) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room Art Glass 1994 (1917 - S.208). Detail of the Living Room art glass, looking East toward the Loggia and the Garden Court. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-7)
 
8) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Living Room Trim 1994 (1917 - S.208). Detail of the Living Room oak trim. Wide mitered molding included beadwork. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-8)
 
9) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Dining Room Chair 1994 (1917 - S.208). Backs of the dining room chair continue the hollyhock motif. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-9)
 
10) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Dining Room Art Glass 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Dining Room windows from the Southwest. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-10)
 
11) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Dining Room Art Glass Detail 1994 (1917 - S.208). Detail of the Dining Room art glass windows. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-11)
 
12) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Dining Room Light Fixture 1994 (1917 - S.208). Detail of the Dining Room light fixture. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-12)
 
13) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Playroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Southwest corner of the Children's Playroom. Glass panels are not designed as single pieces but as a complete design, flowing from one panel to the next. Corners are also glass. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-13)
 
14) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Playroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Southwest corner of the Children's Playroom. Corners are glass. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-14)
 
15) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Playroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the South end of the Children's Playroom. Detail of the art-glass windows. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-15)
 
16) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Master Bedroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Master Bedroom built-in shelves and cabinets, located above the Nursery. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-16)
 
17) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Master Bedroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). Just above the built-in shelves and cabinets in the Master Bedroom is this art-glass skylight. Broken pane possibly from the earthquake. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-17)
 
18) Aline Barnsdall Hollyhock House Master Bedroom 1994 (1917 - S.208). View of the Art-glass doors and windows that lead out to the Balcony over the Playroom, looking South. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.93.1015-18)
 
 
 

Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1994

 
Set of 7 photographs during a trip to Los Angeles, September 1994. Designed in 1920, Barnsdall’s plan for the 36 acre Olive Hill was to include her home, theater and an arts community. Of all the projects Wright designed, only Hollyhock House and two additional residences were built. Residence B was demolished. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner.
 
1) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1994 (1920 - S.210). View of Residence A from the Southwest. Stairs lead to the second floor. The Dining Room is on the far left, the Kitchen is in the center, Bedrooms on the right. Just to the left of the stairs, a second stairway leads down to the lower level and the entrance to the home, the Entrance Hall and a large two story Living Room. Stairs are not originals. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.94.1015-1)
 
2) Aline Barnsdall Residence A Dining Room 1994 (1920 - S.210). View of Dining Room from the Southwest. The large window looks out to the West. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.94.1015-2)
 
3) Aline Barnsdall Residence A Kitchen 1994 (1920 - S.210). View of Kitchen windows. The Entrance is just below. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.94.1015-3)
 
4) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1994 (1920 - S.210). View of South end of the home. Stairs are not originals. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.94.1015-4)
 
5) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1994 (1920 - S.210). Detail of the Southwest corner and the patterned borders. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.94.1015-5)
 
6) Aline Barnsdall Residence A 1994 (1920 - S.210). Detail of the patterned borders. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.94.1015-6)
 
7) Aline Barnsdall Residence A Living Room 1994 (1920 - S.210). View of the two story Living Room windows of the North elevation. Five doors open outward onto a balcony that originally matched the rest of the home. Patterned borders frame each set of the five windows and doors. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner. 35mm color slide and 12 x 8" high res color digital image. (ST#1994.94.1015-7)
 
 
   
ELEMENTS
   
Date: 1996

Title: Elements, The Newsletter of the Friends of Hollyhock House - September, 1996 Vol 4 No 1 (Published by the Cultural Affairs Department, Los Angeles, CA)

Author: Editor: Olguin, Patricia E. 1) Burton, Ted 2) Ron Kline 3) Marsh, Nina 4) Reidy, Peter 5) Palmer-Lacy, Jennifer 6) Olguin, Patricia E. 7) Raff, Merritt Evan 8) Willis, Mark

Description: 1) Movie night recalls romance of the past. 2) President’s Report. 3) Fining the Wright Angles in the Bay Area. 4) Getting our stories straight. (Hollyhock House library door.) 5) Wright Family Portraits: Catherine Wright Baxter. 6) From the Editor 7) Setting the tome 8) Wright in Michigan Includes 5 photographs and illustrations. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 8

ST#:
1996.83.0618
   
Date: 1996

Title: Elements, The Newsletter of the Friends of Hollyhock House - October, 1996 Vol 4 No 1 (Published by the Cultural Affairs Department, Los Angeles, CA)

Author: Kazor, Virginia

Description: Special Supplement. Behind the Scenes at Barnsdall Art Park. Cultural Affairs Department. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 1

ST#:
1996.84.0618
   
   
 

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