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Date: 1950

Title: A Lecture by Frank Lloyd Wright (Ticket)

Description: "A Lecture by, Frank Lloyd Wright. Under the Sponsorship of the School of Design, North Carolina State College. Tuesday, Sixteen May 1950, Eight PM, William Neal Reynolds Coliseum. The holder of this ticket must be seated in the reserved section ten minuets before opening of the lecture. After seven-fifty pm the reserved section will be opened to the general public. Admit One." Verso: "No. 1232." On May 16, 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright visited the School of Design at North Carolina State University. He spoke to over 5,000 people at Reynolds Coliseum, at the time largest attendance for any US architecture lecture. He was given a rising ovation by the audience as he entered the Coliseum. He was introduced by H. Th. Wijdeveld, an early publisher of Wright’s work in the magazine Wendingen. He taught architecture in the U. S. Between 1947 and 1952. Wright described architecture as "the greatest of all the arts and mother of the arts, the very essence and soul of our culture. Organic architecture is founded upon the essential principles which we should call democracy. Organic architecture grows from within outward, a thing of the spirit. The nation’s schools should revamp their curricula to educate a man to see himself as himself..." When he concluded his remarks, he received another loud ovation. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner of the School of Design was the moderator during an open forum discussion following the address.

Size: 7 x 7

S#:
0831.54.0417
   
Date: 1950

Title: 1) Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks at North Carolina State College (University of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC) 1950.

Description: On May 16, 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright visited the School of Design at North Carolina State University. He spoke to over 5,000 people at Reynolds Coliseum, at the time largest attendance for any US architecture lecture. He was given a rising ovation by the audience as he entered the Coliseum. He was introduced by H. Th. Wijdeveld, an early publisher of Wright’s work in the magazine Wendingen. He taught architecture in the U. S. Between 1947 and 1952. Wright described architecture as "the greatest of all the arts and mother of the arts, the very essence and soul of our culture. Organic architecture is founded upon the essential principles which we should call democracy. Organic architecture grows from within outward, a thing of the spirit. The nation’s schools should revamp their curricula to educate a man to see himself as himself..." When he concluded his remarks, he received another ovation. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner of the School of Design was the moderator during an open forum discussion following the address. Wright is speaking at the podium. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner is seated behind him on the left, Hendrik Th. Wijdeveld is most likely seated on the right. Courtesy of the University of North Carolina.

Size: 10 x 6.5 B&W photograph.

S#:
0831.55.0517
   
Date: 1950

Title: 2) Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks and tours the North Carolina State College (University of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC) 1950.

Description: Wright walking with Henry L. Kamphoefner. On May 16, 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright visited the School of Design at North Carolina State University. He spoke to over 5,000 people at Reynolds Coliseum, at the time largest attendance for any US architecture lecture. He was given a rising ovation by the audience as he entered the Coliseum. He was introduced by H. Th. Wijdeveld, an early publisher of Wright’s work in the magazine Wendingen. He taught architecture in the U. S. Between 1947 and 1952. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner of the School of Design was responsible for Wright’s visit and lecture at NC State College. Courtesy of the University of North Carolina.

Size: 8 x 9.75 B&W photograph.

S#:
0831.56.0517
   
Date: 1950

Title: 3) Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks and tours the North Carolina State College (University of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC) 1950.

Description: Wright, pointing with his cane, is walking with Henry L. Kamphoefner. On May 16, 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright visited the School of Design at North Carolina State University. He spoke to over 5,000 people at Reynolds Coliseum, at the time largest attendance for any US architecture lecture. He was given a rising ovation by the audience as he entered the Coliseum. He was introduced by H. Th. Wijdeveld, an early publisher of Wright’s work in the magazine Wendingen. He taught architecture in the U. S. Between 1947 and 1952. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner of the School of Design was responsible for Wright’s visit and lecture at NC State College. Courtesy of the University of North Carolina.

Size: 8 x 9.75 B&W photograph.

S#:
0831.57.0517
   
Date: 1950

Title: 4) Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks and tours the North Carolina State College (University of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC) 1950.

Description: Wright is seated on a cushion, facing left, surrounded by a group of young men at the North Carolina State College. On May 16, 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright visited the School of Design at North Carolina State University. He spoke to over 5,000 people at Reynolds Coliseum, at the time largest attendance for any US architecture lecture. He was given a rising ovation by the audience as he entered the Coliseum. He was introduced by H. Th. Wijdeveld, an early publisher of Wright’s work in the magazine Wendingen. He taught architecture in the U. S. Between 1947 and 1952. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner of the School of Design was responsible for Wright’s visit and lecture at NC State College.  Courtesy of the University of North Carolina.

Size: 8 x 9.75 B&W photograph.

S#:
0831.58.0517
   
Date: 1950

Title: 5) Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks and tours the North Carolina State College (University of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC) 1950.

Description: Wright enters the Student Union at the North Carolina State College. Frank Lloyd Wright is on the left, Henry L. Kamphoefner, Dean of the School of Design is in the center, Frank Depasquale is on the right. On May 16, 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright visited the School of Design at NC State University. He spoke to over 5,000 people at Reynolds Coliseum, at the time largest attendance for any US architecture lecture. He was given a rising ovation by the audience as he entered the Coliseum. He was introduced by H. Th. Wijdeveld, an early publisher of Wright’s work in the magazine Wendingen. He taught architecture in the U. S. Between 1947 and 1952. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner of the School of Design was responsible for Wright’s visit and lecture at NC State College. Courtesy of the University of North Carolina.

Size: 8 x 9.75 B&W photograph.

S#:
0831.59.0517
   
Date: 1950

Title: 6) Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks and tours the North Carolina State College (University of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC) 1950.

Description: Wright appears to be seated, facing right. His hands are folded and his can is resting on his left arm. A stage appears to be to the right. On May 16, 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright visited the School of Design at NC State University. He spoke to over 5,000 people at Reynolds Coliseum, at the time largest attendance for any US architecture lecture. He was given a rising ovation by the audience as he entered the Coliseum. He was introduced by H. Th. Wijdeveld, an early publisher of Wright’s work in the magazine Wendingen. He taught architecture in the U. S. Between 1947 and 1952. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner of the School of Design was responsible for Wright’s visit and lecture at NC State College. Courtesy of the University of North Carolina.

Size: 8 x 9.75 B&W photograph.

S#:
0831.60.0517
   
Date: 1950

Title: 7) Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks and tours the North Carolina State College (University of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC) 1950.

Description: Wright appears to be standing, listening, and facing left. A stage appears to be to the right. On May 16, 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright visited the School of Design at NC State University. He spoke to over 5,000 people at Reynolds Coliseum, at the time largest attendance for any US architecture lecture. He was given a rising ovation by the audience as he entered the Coliseum. He was introduced by H. Th. Wijdeveld, an early publisher of Wright’s work in the magazine Wendingen. He taught architecture in the U. S. Between 1947 and 1952. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner of the School of Design was responsible for Wright’s visit and lecture at NC State College. Courtesy of the University of North Carolina.

Size: 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#:
0831.61.0517
   
Date: 1950

Title: 8) Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks and tours the North Carolina State College (University of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC) 1950.

Description: Wright is heading for the car that appears to be waiting for him. The car door is being held open. The crowd behind him is watching him leave. On May 16, 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright visited the School of Design at NC State University. He spoke to over 5,000 people at Reynolds Coliseum, at the time largest attendance for any US architecture lecture. He was given a rising ovation by the audience as he entered the Coliseum. He was introduced by H. Th. Wijdeveld, an early publisher of Wright’s work in the magazine Wendingen. He taught architecture in the U. S. Between 1947 and 1952. Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner of the School of Design was responsible for Wright’s visit and lecture at NC State College. Courtesy of the University of North Carolina.

Size: 8 x 9.75 B&W photograph.

S#:
0831.62.0517
   
Date: 1951

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture. Record I (LP Record) (Pressed but not recorded by Columbia Records Inc. Copyright by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Record I: Frank Lloyd Wright Talks To and With the Taliesin Fellowship. "Acoustics" Recorded at Taliesin West, April 1951. "FLLW Improvises on the Piano." Recorded at Taliesin, July 1951. "FLLW Reads Fragments From Walt Whitman." Recorded at Taliesin, 1951. #XTV 18346.

Size: 33 RPM

S#: 0857.23.0315

   
Date: 1951

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture. Record II (LP Record) (Pressed but not recorded by Columbia Records Inc. Copyright by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Record II: Frank Lloyd Wright Talks To and With the Taliesin Fellowship. "Man or machine?" Recorded at Taliesin, July 1951. #XTV 18348.

Size: 33 RPM

S#: 0857.24.0315

   
Date: 1952

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture. Record III (LP Record) (Pressed but not recorded by Columbia Records Inc. Copyright by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Record III: Frank Lloyd Wright Talks To and With the Taliesin Fellowship. "Address to the Junior A.I.A." New York June 1952. (Recorded at Taliesin, September 1952). #XTV 18349.

Size: 33 RPM

S#: 0869.02.0704

   
Date: 1953

Title: A conversation with Frank Lloyd Wright and Hugh Downs 1953.

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright photographed during the filming of the program, "Conversations with Elder Wise Men -- A Visit with Frank Lloyd Wright" Episode 105, filmed on May 8, 1953, Chicago. The host for the program was Hugh Downs. Downs is on the left, Wright is on the right, sitting on a chair, facing to the left of the camera, a book is setting on his lap. Clipping on verso: "Frank Lloyd Wright Gives His Views. Rugged Individualist Frank Lloyd Wright (right), famed stormy petrel of architecture, is shown being interviewed by Hugh Downs for Chapter of NBC’s "Great Thinker’ series. Scene is being filmed at Kling Studios in Chicago." Stamped on clipping: "Nov 23 1952(sic)."

Size: 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0987.72.0115

   
Lloyd Lewis Side Chair, Courtesy of "Frank Lloyd Wright Furniture", Heinz, 1993.

Date: 1953

Title: A conversation with Frank Lloyd Wright and Hugh Downs 1953.

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright photographed during the filming of the program, "Conversations with Elder Wise Men -- A Visit with Frank Lloyd Wright" Episode 105, filmed on May 8, 1953, Chicago. The host for the program was Hugh Downs. Clipping on verso: "Frank Lloyd Wright, brilliant American architect, will be presented in a conversation with Hugh Downs of NBC’s Chicago staff, Sunday, May 17, at 2:30 p.m. CT over WNBQ - Channel 5 and NBC. This will be the fifth in a series of filmed conversations with distinguished figures of this age." Stamped on clipping: "May 20 1953." Note: Interesting to note the chair Wright brought to the interview. It appears to be a side chair designed in 1939 for the Lloyd Lewis Residence (S.265). This placed Wright much higher than Downs, forcing him to continually look up at Wright during the interview. Wright Chairs.

Size: 10 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0987.75.0115

   
Date: 1953

Title: A conversation with Frank Lloyd Wright and Hugh Downs 1953.

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright photographed during the filming of the program, "Conversations with Elder Wise Men -- A Visit with Frank Lloyd Wright" Episode 105, filmed on May 8, 1953, Chicago. The host for the program was Hugh Downs. Wright is sitting on a chair, facing to the left of the camera, a book is setting on his lap. Caption pasted to verso: "Frank Lloyd Wright, brilliant American architect, will be presented in a conversation with Hugh Downs of NBC’s Chicago staff, Sunday, May 17, at 2:30 p.m. CT over WNBQ - Channel 5 and NBC. This will be the fifth in a series of filmed conversations with distinguished figures of this age."

Size: 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#: 0987.71.0115

   
Date: 1982 (1953)

Title: Wisdom

Author: Downs, Hugh; Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Band II: Frank Lloyd Wright in conversation with Hugh Downs recorded on May 8, 1953.

Size:

Pages: 33 RPM

ST#: 1982.06.0200

   
Date: 1993 (1953)

Title: A Conversation with Frank Lloyd Wright (VHS) (Produced by King Studios for the National Broadcasting Company, 1953. Citadel Video, Evanston, Il, 1993.)

Author: Downs, Hugh; Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: In May, 1953 Mr. Wright, then 85 years old, visited with NBC's Hugh Downs in the network's Chicago studios. In the interview, Wright confesses, 'Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility. I chose arrogance and have seen no reason to change, even now." He is droll, incisive, and perhaps arrogant, but never boring. (Publisher’s description.)

Size:

Pages: 30 Minutes

ST#: 0987.83.1015

 

   
Date: 1958

Title: Mike Wallace Asks: Highlights from 46 Controversial Interviews (Soft Cover) (Published by Simon and Schuster, Inc. New York)

Author: Edited by Preston, Charles; Hamilton, Edward A.

Description: Chapter 42: "Frank Lloyd Wright". Includes three photographs. Original SC List Price $1.95. (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1217)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 122 - 128

S#: 1217.00.0305

   
Date: 1996

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright, The Mike Wallace Interviews. The two complete historic conversations. (An Archetype Association Production, HighBridge Company, St. Paul)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd; Wallace, Mike

Description: "Two of the most challenging and enlightening interviews I’ve ever done. Mike Wallace. In 1957, when Frank Lloyd Wright was 90 years old and in New York to supervise construction of his final masterpiece, the Guggenheim Museum, Mike Wallace invited him to be a guest on "The Mike Wallace Interview." The interview proved to be so provocative and compelling that Wallace invited Wright back for a second appearance. These two interviews are notable not only for what Mr. Wright says about his own work and about architecture in general, but also for the colorful expression of his iconoclastic views on a wide range of social and cultural topics..." (Back cover) Two interviews on one cassette. Original list price $11.00.

Size: Box size: 4.4 x 7.

Pages: 53 minutes

ST#: 1996.74.1014

   
Date: 2005

Title: Between You and Me, A Memoir (Published by Hyperion Books, New York)

Author: Wallace, Mike; With Gates, Gary Paul

Description: Wallace includes many transcripts of moments from his 50-year interviewing career. Includes his interview with Frank Lloyd Wright. Also includes accompanying DVD of broadcast highlights of same interview. Original cover price $26.95.  (First Edition)

Size: 6.5 x 9.5

Pages: Pp 137-40

ST#: 2005.12.0607

   
Date: 2005

Title: Between You and Me, A Memoir (Published by Hyperion Books, New York)

Author: Wallace, Mike; With Gates, Gary Paul

Description: DVD Included with book by same name. Wallace includes many transcripts of moments from his 50-year interviewing career.  Includes his interview with Frank Lloyd Wright.  (First Edition)

Size: 3:41 Minutes

S#: 2005.13.0607

   
Date: 1961

Title: Conversations with Artists (Soft Cover) (Published by Capricorn Books, New York. First published in 1957.)

Author: Rodman, Selden; Introduction by Eliot; Alexander

Description: Chapter 2. The Poles of Architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson, pages 43-74, 106d-e. "But it cannot be described (Taliesin). It has to be seen. Or, better, lived in. For, as Wright was to say later himself, ‘The trouble with architecture is he architects. They don’t understand that it isn’t the roof and the four walls that make a house, but the spaces between them - the living spaces.’ " Includes two photographs and one illustration related to Frank Lloyd Wright. Original Soft Cover list price $1.45.

Size: 5 x 8

Pages: Pp 234

S#: 1483.16.0410

   
Date: 1961

Title:Frank Lloyd Wright on Record”. (Produced by Caedmon Records, Inc., New York. #TC1064)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Recorded June 5, 1956 in New York City. The recording session included Ben Raeburn of Horizon Press and Marianne Mantell and Barbara Holdridge of Caedmon Records. It was recorded in a suite at the Plaza Hotel.  Record Jacket includes 5 photographs.  (Two Copy)

Size:

Pages: 33 1/3 Lp

S#: 1483.01.0201, 1483.05.0706

   
Date: 1961

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright.  This is a shortened version of the 1961 record above.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd , Caedmon #SWC1064

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright: On Cassette. Recorded June 5, 1956 in New York City. The recording session included Ben Raeburn of Horizon Press and Marianne Mantell and Barbara Holdridge of Caedmon Records. It was recorded in a suite at the Plaza Hotel.  Record Jacket includes 5 photographs.

Size:

Pages: 46 Minutes

S#: 1483.02.0902

   
Date: 1984

Title: The Master Architect: Conversations with Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)    (Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, Chichester, Brisban, Toronto, Singapore)

Author: Edited by Meehan, Patrick J.

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright’s previously unpublished conversations with such notables as Carl Sandburg, Mike Wallace, Alistair Cooke and Hugh Downs. Original Second Edition HC List Price $22.95.  (Second Edition HC DJ)  (First Edition HC)

Size: 8.5 x 9.5

Pages: Pp 330

ST#: 1984.09.0102, 1984.28.0806

   
Date: 1987

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright: His Living Voice (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by The Press at California State University, Fresno)

Author: Selected and with commentary by Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks

Description: The material used in this book are selections from the Sunday talks that Frank Lloyd Wright gave to his apprentices, 289 taped talks, never before available, that spanned the last decade of his life... In sum, this book presents a side of Frank Lloyd Wright more varied and personal than can be found anywhere else. Relaxed, at his ease, his mind free to wander the universe as he talks to his "boys and girls," he is the source for an endless stream of memorable passages, some witty, others castigating, still others perfect for those solemn moments when he opens up his mind and heart for his listeners - and us - to peer inside. (Dust jacket.) (Fourth Edition)

Size: 6 X 9.25

Pages: Pp 207

ST#: 1987.75.0613

   
Date: 1987

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright: His Living Voice (Soft Cover) (Published by The Press at California State University, Fresno)

Author: Selected and with commentary by Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks

Description: The material used in this book are selections from the Sunday talks that Frank Lloyd Wright gave to his apprentices, 289 taped talks, never before available, that spanned the last decade of his life... In sum, this book presents a side of Frank Lloyd Wright more varied and personal than can be found anywhere else. Relaxed, at his ease, his mind free to wander the universe as he talks to his "boys and girls," he is the source for an endless stream of memorable passages, some witty, others castigating, still others perfect for those solemn moments when he opens up his mind and heart for his listeners - and us - to peer inside. (Dust jacket.) Original SC List Price $17.95.  Original SC and 2 Cassettes List Price $26.00. (Book+2 Cassettes) (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 207

ST#: 1987.04.1100

   

Date: 1987

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright: His Living Voice

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright

Description: Two cassettes, Four sides of Frank Lloyd Wright's recordings.  They came with the book Frank Lloyd Wright: His Living Voice

Size:

ST#: 1987.04.1100

   
Date: 1987

Title: Truth Against The World: Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks for an Organic Architecture  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, Chichester, Brisban, Toronto, Singapore)

Author: Edited with Introduction by Meehan, Patrick J.

Description: A collection of Frank Lloyd Wright's most important speeches.  Includes topics ranging from Wright's philosophy of education to his view of democracy to his Broadacre City project. Over 300 photographs. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 9.5

Pages: Pp 473

ST#: 1987.12.0806

   
Date: 1992

Title: Truth Against The World: Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks for an Organic Architecture  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation. Washington DC)

Author: Edited with Introduction by Meehan, Patrick J.

Description: A collection of Frank Lloyd Wright's most important speeches. Includes topics ranging from Wright's philosophy of education to his view of democracy to his Broadacre City project. Over 300 photographs.  Original SC List Price $24.95.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 477

ST#: 1992.57.1201

   
Date: 1994

Title: The Oral History of Modern Architecture. Interview with the Greatest Architects of the Twentieth Century (Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York)

Author: Peters, John

Description: Interview with many Architects including Frank Lloyd Wright.  Many of the chapters touch on Wright, with Chapter 7 devoted to Wright  (Pp 110-135).  Includes 24 photographs and four illustrations related to Wright on pages Cover, 3, 53, 82-3, 85, 89, 91-92, 97-8, 100, 110-133.  Also includes Audio CD with Peters interviewing Wright (10:22). Original cover Price $75.00. (First Edition)

Size: 9.25 x 11.5

Pages: Pp 320

ST#: 1994.50.0107

   
Date: 1994 (CD)

Title: The Oral History of Modern Architecture. Interview with the Greatest Architects of the Twentieth Century  (Produced by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York)

Author: Peters, John;  Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: CD Included with the book with the same name, there are 16 interviews, the final being Peters interview with Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin in 1957.  (First Edition)

Size: 10:22

ST#: 1994.51.0107

   
   
   

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