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Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright
   
In 1910 Frank Lloyd Wright produced the "Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright" (S.87), published by Ernst Wasmuth, in Berlin. Each set consisted of two portfolios with a combined total of one hundred separate plates (sheets). Printed in German. The complete set consisted of 72 plates numbered I through LXIV and included eight with a or b. 28 were tissue overlays and were attached to the corresponding plates. Each set also included a 31 page introduction, consisting of unbound sheets, folded once.
       Tissues are attached to the corresponding plate by a
small fold at the top, then pasted on the back. Seeing that the tissue is seen first, we have placed tissues and plates in that order.
      
Plates were printed on beige and gray stiff paper with brown
  ink on both tissues and plates. Some tissues and plates printed in a light black or dark gray ink. Wright never signed or initialed the illustrations. Lines are solid ink, shades of color are achieved by an irregular and un-uniformed dot pattern, unlike the uniformed dot patterns used today. The white is a solid wash.
      
On August 15. 1914, a deranged servant set Wright's home in Spring Green on fire. The bulk of Wright's stock of folio plates, which were to be sold in the US, were either destroyed by the fire or damaged by water: Studies and Executed Buildings By Frank Lloyd Wright, intro by Anthony Alofsin, page 8. Note water damage on this portfolio and Plate LVI.
      
The "Wasmuth Portfolio" is considered the most important and influential architectural monograph of the 20th century.
 
 
  Tafel Plate Tissue Title Description
VOLUME I: Cover and Booklet   (VOLUME II: Plates 34-64)
1) Tafel I  (1T)   Tissue Winslow Detail
2) Tafel I  (1) Plate   Winslow Perspective
3) Tafel II  (2) Plate   Devin Perspective and Floor Plan
4) Tafel III  (3) Plate   Winslow Stable Perspective and Floor Plan
5) Tafel IV  (4) Plate   Heller, Detail Husser Perspective, Floor Plan, Detail
6) Tafel V  (5) Plate   Francis Apartments Perspective and Floor Plan
7) Tafel VI  (6) Plate   Frank Lloyd Wright, Oak Park Perspective and Floor Plan
8) Tafel VII  (7T)   Tissue Lexington Terrace Floor Plan
9) Tafel VII  (7) Plate   Lexington Terrace Perspective
10) Tafel VIII  (8T)   Tissue Mcafee Floor Plan
11) Tafel VIII  (8) Plate   Mcafee Perspective
12) Tafel IX  (9T)   Tissue Metzger Perspective and Floor Plan
13) Tafel IX  (9) Plate   Metzger Perspective
14) Tafel X  (10T)   Tissue Hillside Home School Floor Plan
15) Tafel X  (10) Plate   Hillside Home School Perspective
16) Tafel XI  (11) Plate   River Forest Golf Club Perspective and Floor Plan
17) Tafel XII  (12T)   Tissue Study for Concrete Bank Cut-Away Perspective
18) Tafel XII  (12) Plate   Study for Concrete Bank Perspective and Floor Plan
19) Tafel XIII  (13) Plate   Quadruple Block Plan House Perspective
20) Tafel XIIIa  (13a) Plate   Quadruple Block Plan Perspective and Floor Plan
21) Tafel XIV  (14) Plate   Concrete House For LHJ Perspective
22) Tafel XIVa  (14a) Plate   Concrete House For LHJ Perspective and Floor Plan
23) Tafel XV  (15T)   Tissue Hardy Floor Plan
24) Tafel XV  (15T)   Tissue Hardy Perspective
25) Tafel XV  (15) Plate   Hardy Perspective
26) Tafel XVI  (16T)   Tissue Ullman Floor Plan
27) Tafel XVI  (16) Plate   Ullman Perspectives (2)
28) Tafel XVII  (17T)   Tissue Heath Floor Plan
29) Tafel XVII  (17) Plate   Heath Perspective
30) Tafel XVIII  (18) Plate   Thomas Perspective and Floor Plan
31) Tafel XIX  (19) Plate   Martin Perspective and Floor Plan
32) Tafel XX  (20) Plate   Heurtley Perspective and Floor Plan
33) Tafel XXI  (21) Plate   Martin Perspective and Floor Plan
34) Tafel XXII  (22) Plate   Bradley Living Room Perspective and Detail
35) Tafel XXIII  (23) Plate   Curtis Publishing Company Perspective and Floor Plan
36) Tafel XXIV  (24) Plate   Hickox Perspective and Floor Plan
37) Tafel XXV  (25) Plate   Willits Perspective and Floor Plan
38) Tafel XXVI  (26) Plate   Martin Perspective and Floor Plan
39) Tafel XXVII  (27) Plate   Henderson Perspective and Floor Plan
40) Tafel XXVIII  (28) Plate   Little Perspective and Floor Plan
41) Tafel XXIX  (29) Plate   De Rhodes Perspective, Floor Plan & Detail
42) Tafel XXX  (30T)   Tissue Cheney Floor Plan
43) Tafel XXX  (30) Plate   Cheney Perspective
44) Tafel XXXI  (31T)   Tissue Dana Floor Plan
45) Tafel XXXI  (31) Plate   Dana Perspective
46) Tafel XXXIa  (31a) Plate   Dana Perspective
47) Tafel XXXIb  (31b) Plate   Dana Interior and detail
48) Tafel XXXII  (32T)   Tissue Martin Floor Plan
49) Tafel XXXII  (32) Plate   Martin Perspective
50) Tafel XXXIII  (33T)   Tissue Larkin Perspective Interior
51) Tafel XXXIII  (33) Plate   Larkin Perspective and Floor Plan
52) Tafel XXXIIIa  (33a) Plate   Larkin Perspective and Floor Plan
VOLUME II: Cover         (TOP - VOLUME 1: Plates 1-33)
53) Tafel XXXIV  (34T)   Tissue Shaw Floor Plan)
54) Tafel XXXIV  (34) Plate   Shaw Perspective
55) Tafel XXXV  (35) Plate   Tomak Perspective and Floor Plan
56) Tafel XXXVI  (36) Plate   Larkin & Browne’s Perspectives and Floor Plan
57) Tafel XXXVII  (37T)   Tissue Robie Floor Plan
58) Tafel XXXVII  (37) Plate   Robie Perspective
59) Tafel XXXVIII  (38T)   Tissue Horse Shoe Inn Floor Plan
60) Tafel XXXVIII  (38) Plate   Horse Shoe Inn Perspective
61) Tafel XXXIX  (39) Plate   Clark Perspective and Floor Plan
62) Tafel XL  (40) Plate    Waller/Fuller Perspectives and Floor Plan
63) Tafel XLI  (41) Plate   Pettit Perspectives and Floor Plan
64) Tafel XLII   (42) Plate   River Forest Tennis Club Perspective and Floor Plan
65) Tafel XLIII  (43) Plate   Glasner Perspective and Floor Plan
66) Tafel XLIIIa  (43a) Plate   Summer Perspectives (2)
67) Tafel XLIV  (44) Plate   Millard Perspective and Floor Plan
68) Tafel XLV  (45) Plate   Gale Perspective and Floor Plan
69) Tafel XLVI   (46T)   Tissue Como Orchards Plot Plan
70) Tafel XLVI   (46) Plate   Como Orchards Areal Perspective
71) Tafel XLVII  (47) Plate   Como Orchards Club House Perspective
72) Tafel XLVIIa  (47a) Plate   Como Orchards Cottages (3) Perspectives
73) Tafel XLVIII  (48T)   Tissue Waller Houses (3) Floor Plans
74) Tafel XLVIII  (48) Plate   Waller Houses (3) Perspectives
75) Tafel IL  (49T)   Tissue City National Bank Perspective and Floor Plan
76) Tafel IL  (49) Plate   City National Bank Perspective
77) Tafel L   (50) Plate   Stone Perspective
78) Tafel LI  (51) Plate   Roberts/Waller Perspectives and Floor Plan
79) Tafel LII   (52T)   Tissue Gerts Perspective and Floor Plan
80) Tafel LII   (52) Plate   Gerts Perspective
81) Tafel LIII  (53T)   Tissue Westcott Floor Plan
82) Tafel LIII  (53) Plate   Westcott Perspective
83) Tafel LIV  (54) Plate   McArthur Apartments Perspective and Floor Plan
84) Tafel LV  (55) Plate   Univ of Wisconsin Boat Club Perspectives and Floor Plan
85) Tafel LVI  (56) Plate   Coonley Living Room Perspectives
86) Tafel LVIa  (56a) Plate   Coonley Interior Perspective and Floor Plans
87) Tafel LVII  (57T)   Tissue Coonley Floor Plans
88) Tafel LVII  (57) Plate   Coonley Perspective and Details
89) Tafel LVIII  (58T)   Tissue McCormick Floor Plan
90) Tafel LVIII  (58) Plate   McCormick Perspective
91) Tafel LIX  (59) Plate   McCormick Perspective
92) Tafel LX  (60T)   Tissue Wolf Lake Perspective and Floor Plan
93) Tafel LX  (60) Plate   Wolf Lake Perspective
94) Tafel LXI  (61) Plate   Guthrie Perspective
95) Tafel LXII  (62T)   Tissue Bock Floor Plan & Detail
96) Tafel LXII  (62) Plate   Bock Perspective
97) Tafel LXIII   (63T)   Tissue Unity Temple Elevation and Cross Section
98) Tafel LXIII  (63) Plate   Unity Temple Perspective
99) Tafel LXIV  (64T)   Tissue Unity Temple Floor Plan
100) Tafel LXIV  (64) Plate   Unity Temple Perspective
 
VOLUME I: COVER
 
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright - Volume 1 (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Portfolio Cover, Volume I. Text printed on cover: "Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. I. Verlegt Bei Ernst Wasmuth A.-G. Berlin." (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G. Berlin.) Beige paper covers stiff boards. Cloth spine. Four cloth ties. According to Alofsin, 1,275 sets were printed, 25 of which "Wright ordered to be printed on Japan paper and bound in half-leather as a deluxe edition..." Frank Lloyd Wright The Lost Years, 1910-1922, 1998, p.77. Wasmuth kept 100 copies, without covers. The complete set consisted of 72 plates numbered I through LXIV and included eight with a or b. 28 were tissue overlays and were attached to the corresponding plates. Each set also included a 31 page introduction booklet, consisting of unbound sheets, folded once. Each plate and tissue were embossed with Wright's square logo with his name "Frank Lloyd Wright." According to J. Willard Marriot Library, University of Utah, Volume I consisted of the 32 page introduction, consisting of unbound sheets, folded once, and Tafel I - Tafel XXXIIIa, 52 sheets. According to Wright, many of the sets stored at Taliesin were destroyed or water damaged in the Taliesin fire of 1914. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: Folio Cover 16.25 x 25.5.

Pages: Pg Portfolio Cover

S#:
0087.00.1018 C
   

Portfolio Open

Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright  (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Portfolio Cover Boards.  Each set consisted of two portfolios and 100 separate plates (sheets).  Printed in German. The complete set consisted of 72 plates numbered I through LXIV and included eight with a or b. 28 were tissue overlays and were attached to the corresponding plates.  Each set also included a 31 page introduction, consisting of unbound sheets, folded once. Two sets (four portfolios)  (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Pp Cover Portfolio

S#: 0087.00.0806 A, 0087.00.0806 B

   
 
Example of the 1910 Leather Portfolio.  In 1910, another edition was published, bound in half leather with the plates printed on slightly larger and better quality paper.  Note: This complete set recently sold at Shapiro Auction House, Australia for $99,550.
   
INFORMATIONAL BOOKLET
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Informational Booklet (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.) (Note: This set is missing the original pages 1-20, but includes photocopies of those pages.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Each two volume set of prints included a 31 page introduction, consisting of 8 sheets printed both sides folded once, but unbound. They are loosely placed next to each other. Pages 3 - 20 is Wright’s introduction, printed in German. "To thus make of a dwelling place a complete work of art, in itself as expressive and beautiful and more intimately related to life than anything of detached sculptures or painting, lending itself freely and suitably to the individual needs of the dwellers, an harmonious entity fitting in color, pattern and nature the utilities – and in itself really an expression of them in character -- this is the modern American opportunity.
Once founded, this will become a tradition, a vast step in advance of the day when a dwelling was an arrangement of separate rooms, mere chambers to contain aggregations of furniture, the utility comforts not present. An organic entity this, as contrasted with that aggregation: surely a higher ideal of unity, a higher and more intimate working out of the expression of one's life in one's environment. One thing instead of many things; a great instead of a collection of smaller ones... Frank Lloyd Wright, Florence, Italy, May 15, 1910. Pages 21 - 30 is a list and description of each plate. Page 31 is Wrights acknowledgment: "Charles E. Roberts, Francis W. Little and Darwin D. Martin - three American men of affairs, who have believed in and befriended this work when natural opposition from without and inherent faults within threatened to make an end to it. Without their faith and help this work would never have reached its present development. Frank Lloyd Wright." Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 24.75 x 16 sheets folded to 12.375 x 16.

Pages: Pp 31

S#:
0087.00.1018 D
   
TAFEL I (1)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate I (1 Tissue) Entrance details of the Winslow Residence. (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate I (1 Tissue) - House for Mr. W. H. Winslow in River Forest, Illinois. Entrance detail. Many of the features which have since characterize this work originated in this house. The setting of the basement outside the main walls of the house to form a preparation for the projecting sill courses; the division of the exterior wall surfaces into body and frieze; changing the material above the second-story sill line, the wide level eaves, with low sloping roofs; the one massive chimney; and the feeling for contrast between plain wall surface and richly decorated and concentrated masses; the use of the window as a decorative feature unit in itself; the lines of the building extending into the grounds, the low walls and parterre utilized to associate it with its site. A beautiful elm standing near gave the suggestion for the mass of the building." The tissue illustrates the decorative border around the doors and windows as well as the large urn near the entrance. This tissue is printed with a light black or dark gray ink, unlike other plates printed with a brown ink. Emboss lower left. Acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate I (1 Tissue)

S#:
0087.01.1118 Tissue
   
   
TAFEL II (2)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate II (2) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate II (2). House for Mrs. Aline Devin. Ground plan and perspective view. Illustrations include Street and Lake perspective, plan for main and second levels. (Project) "A working out of a difficult problem in planning. A house to be built on a fashionable Chicago Drive. Lot 50 feet wide extending from the Drive to the lake shore. An arrangement was desired which should respect the thoroughfare and locate the living-rooms toward the lake – that is, at the rear of the building. The rear outside entrance is screened within the building itself, the library and dining-rooms looking toward the Drive and toward the lake. An urban character in the exterior. Designed to be executed in brick, stone and tile." Description for Tafel II. Emboss top left. Two copies. One is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. One was acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection.
(First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate II (2)

S#:
0087.02.1018, 0087.02.1118
   


Second copy (0087.02.1118).
   
   
   
   
 
   
TAFEL III (3)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate III (3) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate III (3). Stable of the Winslow house, River Forest. Ground plan and perspective view. Illustrations include perspective of stable and plot plan showing placement for the house (bottom of page, stable ground floor, middle left, and second level of the stable, middle right. Ground floor plan shows house and stable relationship on the lot. Emboss lower left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate III (3)

S#:
0087.03.1018, 0087.03.1118
   


Second copy (0087.03.1118)
   
   
   






   
TAFEL IV (4)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate IV (4) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate IV (4). Heller Residence. Perspective view and ground plan of a city dwelling for Isadore Heller. Woodlawn Avenue. "Details of Husser House, Buena Park, Chicago. Built in 1896. Brick walls, tile roof and plaster freeze." Description for Tafel IV. The top illustration if a perspective viewed from the street of the Heller Residence. In the background on the left is the stable, in the background on the right is a flipped version of the house. This illustration was first published in The Architectural Review, June 1900, plate XXXV. The floor plan on the left was also first published in plate XXXV. The details on the lower right are of the Husser House, Buena Park, Chicago. The upper portion of the illustration is a detail of the second level of the Dining Room Bay (East side). Note Wright's placement of the vase and cloth tapestry draped from open window. The lower portion is a detail of the covered Entrance Pergola column. Three appeared on either side. This was first published in The Architectural Review, June 1900, plate XXXVII. Emboss upper left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)


Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate IV (4)

S#:
0087.04.1018, 0087.04.1118

   


Second copy (0087.04.1118).
   
   
   
   
TAFEL V (5)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate V (5) Francis Apartments (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate V (5) - Perspective and ground plan for the Francis Apartments, and detail of the detail of the Heller Column. "Francis Apartments, Forestville Ave. And 32nd St., Chicago. A characteristic solution of the Apartment house problem as it exists in that neighborhood in 1893." The top illustration is a perspective of the Francis Apartments, the middle is the ground plan. The lower illustration is a detail of the Heller Column, a continuation from plate IV. Emboss center left. Acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate V (5)

S#:
0087.05.1118
   
   
 
   
   
TAFEL VI (6)
   


Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate VI (6) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description:
Plate VI (6). Frank Lloyd Wright Studio, Oak Park. "Atelier of Frank Lloyd Wright, Oak Park, Ill. An early study in articulation – the various functions featured, individualized and grouped. The working office of the architect." Perspective, perspective detail, plot and floor plan. Portions of this illustration were first published in The Architectural Review, June 1900, plate XXXVIII. The upper illustration is a perspective of Wrights Oak Park Studio. The Studio is on the left, the Entrance in the center, and the Library is on the right. A detail of the Entrance is just below it on the right. The lower portion is a plot/floor plan of the Studio. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate VI (6)

S#:
0087.06.1018
   
   
   
 
   
   
TAFEL VII (7)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Lexington Terrace Ground Plan. Plate VII (7 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate VII (7 Tissue ) - "Lexington Terraces. Ground Plan. A solution of the low cost housing problem, typical of the great middle west side of Chicago. The building is an aggregation of 3, 4 and 5-room flats – in two groups. Each group has its own inner court, with central heating, lighting, laundry and janitor service. A 4-room flat for $20 per month, all included: other flats in proportion. The entrance to each flat is direct from the outside, all common inside halls and stairs having been avoided, and perfect privacy secured. All public stairs are located in the open at the angles of the courts, or in recessions of outside wall. Each flat has a rear entrance and a rear porch. The plan Is the development of the Francisco Terraces built for Mr. E. C. Waller in 1894." The ground and floor plan are on the left, the second floor is on the right. Emboss lower left. Two copies. Both acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate VII (7 Tissue)

S#: 0087.07.1018, 0087.07.1118 Tissues
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Bird’s eye view of Lexington Terraces. Plate VII (7) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate VII (7) - "Bird’s eye view of Lexington Terraces. A solution of the low cost housing problem, typical of the great middle west side of Chicago. The building is an aggregation of 3, 4 and 5-room flats – in two groups. Each group has its own inner court, with central heating, lighting, laundry and janitor service. A 4-room flat for $20 per month, all included: other flats in proportion. The entrance to each flat is direct from the outside, all common inside halls and stairs having been avoided, and perfect privacy secured. All public stairs are located in the open at the angles of the courts, or in recessions of outside wall. Each flat has a rear entrance and a rear porch. The plan Is the development of the Francisco Terraces built for Mr. E. C. Waller in 1894." Two copies. Both acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate VII (7)

S#:
0087.07.1018, 0087.07.1118
   
   
   
   
   
TAFEL VIII (8)
   
Date: 1910 (Japanese Tissue)

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate VIII (8 Japanese Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate VIII (8 Japanese Tissue). McAfee Ground Plan. Dwelling for Mr. McAfee (Project). Ground plan. "Perspective of dwelling for Mr. McAfee, Kenilworth Illinois. An early design, made about two years after the Winslow house was designed. A suburban dwelling on the lake shore. Library top lighted: large living room, light on two sides. To be executed in brick, stone, and terra-cotta with the roof." Tissue overlay is the plot and floor plan for the McAfee residence. The shore can be seen on the right. Emboss upper left. Framed. Possibly from the Deluxe Edition printed on cream Japanese vellum. The size is also different, 17.5 x 25.25. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 17.5 x 25.25

Pages: Plate VIII (8 Japanese Tissue)

S#:
0087.08.1006JT
   



Second copy (0087.08.1118).
Date: 1910 (Tissue)

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate VIII Tissue (8) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate VIII (8 Tissue). McAfee Ground Plan. Dwelling for Mr. McAfee (Project). Ground plan. "Perspective of dwelling for Mr. McAfee, Kenilworth Illinois. An early design, made about two years after the Winslow house was designed. A suburban dwelling on the lake shore. Library top lighted: large living room, light on two sides. To be executed in brick, stone, and terra-cotta with the roof." Tissue overlay is the plot and floor plan for the McAfee residence. The shore can be seen on the right. Emboss upper left.
Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate VIII (8 Tissue)

S#:
0087.08.1018, 0087.08.1118 Tissues
   



Second copy (0087.08.1118).
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate VIII (8) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.) Three  copies gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate VIII (8). McAfee Residence. Perspective view of dwelling for Mr. McAfee, Kenilworth, Ill (Project). "Perspective of dwelling for Mr. McAfee, Kenilworth Illinois. An early design, made about two years after the Winslow house was designed. A suburban dwelling on the lake shore. Library top lighted: large living room, light on two sides. To be executed in brick, stone, and terra-cotta with the roof." Perspective view for the McAfee residence. The shore can be seen on the right. Emboss lower left. Three copies. The second is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The third copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate VIII (8)

S#:
0087.08.0704, 0087.08.1018, 0087.08.1118
   
   
   
TAFEL X (10)
   
  Date: 1910 (Tissue)

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Hillside Home School. Plate X (10 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate X (10 Tissue). Hillside Home School Plan. "Hillside Home School Building. Ground Plan. Built for the Lloyd Jones sisters in 1906. Exterior walls are native sandstone and solid oak timber construction. Interior throughout framed of exposed solid oak timbers. Walls sandstone below and plastered above." The top portion of the illustration is the floor plan for the Laboratory building which is connected to Hillside Home School Building below. The two are connected by an enclosed bridge. The upper floor of the Assembly Room is on the right. Emboss Top left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate X (10 Tissue)

S#: 0087.10.1018T
   
   
  Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Hillside Home School. Plate X (10) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate X (10). Hillside Home School Building Perspective. "Hillside Home School Building. Built for the Lloyd Jones sisters in 1906. Exterior walls are native sandstone and solid oak timber construction. Interior throughout framed of exposed solid oak timbers. Walls sandstone below and plastered above." Perspective view of the Hillside Home School Building. The gymnasium is on the far left, with class rooms in the center. The Assembly Room is on the right. The Laboratory building is in the background on the top right. Emboss bottom left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate X (10)

S#: 0087.10.1018
   
   
   
   
   
TAFEL XI (11)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. River Forest Golf Club. Plate XI (11) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.) Gray Paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description:
Plate XI (11). River Forest Golf Club. Perspective and Floor Plan. Designed in 1898, it was enlarged in 1901. It was eventually demolished. The perspective at the top is the enlarged, remodeled structure. The floor plan is below. Emboss center left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XI (11)

S#:
0087.11.1018, 0087.11.1118
   


Second copy (0087.11.1118).
   
   
 
   
TAFEL XII (12)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Study For a Concrete Bank Building. Plate XII (12 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XII (12 Tissue). Study For a Concrete Bank Building in a Small City. "Study For a Concrete Bank Building in a Small City. Illustrating an article contributed to the Brickbuilder under the caption, "A Village Bank." Illustration is a perspective cut-a-way, revealing the interior. Originally published in The Brickbuilder, August 1901, Pp 160-161. (Architectural Essays, Hasbrouck, (S.1682), pp.18-19. Emboss center left. Three copies. The second is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The third copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XII (12 Tissue)

S#:
0087.12.0618, 0087.12.1018, 0087.12.1118 Tissue
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Study For a Concrete Bank Building. Plate XII (12) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XII (12). Study For a Concrete Bank Building in a Small City. "Study For a Concrete Bank Building in a Small City. Illustrating an article contributed to the Brickbuilder under the caption, "A Village Bank." Upper illustration is a perspective of the exterior. The lower illustration is the floor plan. Originally published in The Brickbuilder, August 1901, Pp 160-161. (Architectural Essays, Hasbrouck, (S.1682), pp.18-19. Emboss lower left. Three copies. The second is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The third copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XII (12)

S#:
0087.12.0618, 0087.12.1018, 0087.12.1118
   


Third copy (0087.12.1118).
   
   
   
TAFEL XIII (13)
   


Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. A typical house intended to form the unit in the group as arranged in the Quadruple Block Plan. Plate XIII (13) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XIII (13). A typical house intended to form the unit in the group as arranged in the Quadruple Block Plan. "A typical house intended to form the unit in the group as arranged in the Quadruple Block Plan. A new scheme for subdividing property, designed to divide the usual American block into two parts by means of a private way through the center, and to group the houses in squads of four on each half. The houses are to be placed that a minimum of privacy, and various advantages of position are made possible." Perspective view from the street. Originally published in The Ladies Home Journal, January 1901, Pp 17. (Architectural Essays, Hasbrouck, (S.1682), pp.15. Emboss center left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XIII (13)

S#:
0087.13.1018, 0087.13.1118



Second copy (0087.13.1118).
   
   
   


Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. The Quadruple Block Plan. Plate XIIIa (13a) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XIIIa (13a). The Quadruple Block Plan. "A typical house intended to form the unit in the group as arranged in the Quadruple Block Plan. A new scheme for subdividing property, designed to divide the usual American block into two parts by means of a private way through the center, and to group the houses in squads of four on each half. The houses are to be placed that a minimum of privacy, and various advantages of position are made possible." The upper illustration is an aerial view of three of the four houses. The lower illustrations show the plat plan for Scheme A and Scheme B. Emboss lower left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XIII (13a)

S#:
0087.13.1018a, 0087.13.1118a






Second copy (0087.13.1118a)
   
   
 
   
   
TAFEL XIV (14)
   



Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Concrete house originally designed for Ladies’ Home Journal. Perspective and ground plan. Plate XIVa (14a) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XIVa (14a). Concrete House perspective and floor plans. "Concrete house originally designed for Ladies’ Home Journal. Perspective and ground plan. A simple house, four sides alike, for sake of simplicity in making forms, with entry added at side, and trellised terrace. The chimney supports the floors and carries the water from the roof. An insertion of square colored tiles occurs just beneath the soffit of the eaves, certain ones opening for circulation of air in summer. The house may be placed upon the lot in two ways, as shown in schemes A and B." The upper illustration is a perspective from the street. The lower left and center illustrations show the plat plan for Scheme A and B. The lower right is a plan for the second floor. The concrete walls in the illustration have a light white wash. Originally published in The Ladies Home Journal, April 1907, Pp 24. (Architectural Essays, Hasbrouck, (S.1682), pp.17, 20. Emboss center to the left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XIV (14a)

S#:
0087.14.1018a
   
   
TAFEL XV (15)
   

Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Thomas P. Hardy house. Ground plan. Plate XV (15 Japanese Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XV (15 Japanese Tissue). Thomas P. Hardy house. Ground plan. "Thomas P. Hardy house. Ground plan." Designed in 1905 by Frank Lloyd Wright. The center illustration is the main level showing the plot and floor plan, including the lake shore. The left illustration is the lower level, and the right is the upper level. Emboss upper left. Possibly from the Deluxe Edition printed on cream Japanese vellum. The size is also different, 17.5 x 25.25. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 17.5 x 25.25

Pages: Plate XV (15 Japanese Tissue)

S#: 0087.15.0604 Japanese Tissue

   
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Thomas P. Hardy house. Perspective view. Plate XV (15 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XV (15 Tissue). Thomas P. Hardy house. Perspective view. "Thomas P. Hardy house. Perspective view." View from the lake shore below. Designed in 1905. Frank Lloyd Wright’s other passion was Japanese prints, and this perspective was drawn in that manner. A magnolia flower breaks into the frame on the right. Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XV (15 Tissue)

S#:
0087.15.1018 Tissue
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Thomas P. Hardy house. Perspective view. Plate XV (15) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XV (15). Thomas P. Hardy house. Perspective view. "Thomas P. Hardy house. Perspective view." View from the lake side. Designed in 1905 by Frank Lloyd Wright. The walls in the illustration have a light white wash. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XV (15)

S#:
0087.15.1018
   
   
TAFEL XVI (16)
   



Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. The Ullman house. Ground plan. Plate XVI (16 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XVI (16 Tissue). The Ullman house. Ground plan. "The Ullman house. Ground plan." (Project) "A further development of the scheme for the Robert Clark house at Peoria. The dining-room is dropped to the garden level and the covered porch placed above it, both being reached directly from the living-room. The kitchen is level with the dining-room and the mezzanine stair landing. Study and servants rooms are level with the covered porch. The bedroom floors above." The plot and floor plan are on the right, the second level is on the left. Emboss upper left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XVI (16 Tissue)

S#:
0087.16.1018, 0087.16.1118  Tissue
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective View of the Ullman house. Perspective Study for the Westcott House. Plate XVI (16) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XVI (16). Perspective View of the Ullman house and Perspective Study for the Westcott House. "Perspective View of the Ullman house. (Project) Perspective Study for the Westcott House. "A further development of the scheme for the Robert Clark house at Peoria. The dining-room is dropped to the garden level and the covered porch placed above it, both being reached directly from the living-room. The kitchen is level with the dining-room and the mezzanine stair landing. Study and servants rooms are level with the covered porch. The bedroom floors above." Upper illustration is the Perspective View of the Ullman house (Project). The lower illustration is the Perspective Study for the Westcott House. The Westcott Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1904. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XVI (16)

S#:
0087.16.1018
   
   
TAFEL XVII (17)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. W. R. Heath house. Ground plan. Plate XVII (17 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XVII (17 Tissue). W. R. Heath house. Ground plan. "W. R. Heath house. Ground plan." The Heath Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1904. The lower illustration is the plot and floor plan for the first level. The upper illustration is the floor plan for the second level. Emboss upper left. Two copies, one plate is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 15.75 x 25.25, 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XVIII (17 Tissue)

S#: 0087.17.0618, 0087.17.1018  Tissue
   
   


Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective view of dwelling for W. R. Heath, Buffalo, N.Y. Plate XVII (17) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XVII (17). Perspective view of dwelling for W. R. Heath. "Perspective view of dwelling for W. R. Heath, Buffalo, N.Y. " The Heath Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1904. Perspective view of the Heath Residence from the street. Emboss lower left. Two copies, one plate is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 15.75 x 25.25, 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XVIII (17)

S#: 0087.17.0618, 0087.17.1018
   
   
TAFEL XVIII (18)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Suburban dwelling of Frank Thomas, Oak Park, Ill. Plate XVIII (18) Note: Typo in title, the name is spelled Tomas, not Thomas. (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XVIII (18). Perspective, plot and floor plan for the Frank Thomas Residence. "Suburban dwelling of Frank Thomas, Oak Park, Ill. Plate XVIII (18). "Plastered on wooden frame. No excavated basement: all rooms above grade. A prairie type. The Thomas Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1901. The upper illustration is a perspective view from the street. The second illustr5ation is the plot and floor plan for the first level, and the second illustration is for the second level. Emboss Upper left. Two copies, one plate is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XVIII (18)

S#: 0087.18.0202, 0087.18.1018
 

   
   
TAFEL XIX (19)
   






Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Suburban dwelling for Mrs. Martin, Oak Park, Ill. Plate XIX (19) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XIX (19). Perspective, plot and floor plan for the Mrs. Martin Residence. "Suburban dwelling for Mrs. Martin, Oak Park, Ill." "A practical solution of the porch problem. It is treated here as a semi-detached pavilion placed within the grounds to the south, but not shutting out the sunlight from the living-rooms. The house is a plastered house, and the eaves are plastic in form." The Fricke-Martin Residence was designed for William G. Fricke by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1901. He lived in the home for five years until it was purchased by Emma Martin in 1906-7. The upper illustration is a perspective, viewed from the west. The covered porch was later demolished and the lot was sold. The plot plan shows the garage addition, designed by Wright in 1907 after Mrs. Martin purchased the home. The illustration on the right is the second level. Emboss Upper left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XIX (19)

S#: 0087.19.1018


   
Date: 1910 (Photograph)

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Suburban dwelling for Mrs. Martin, Oak Park, Ill. Plate XIX (19) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XIX (19). Drawing of the William G. Fricke Home (1901 S.058). "Suburban dwelling for Mrs. Martin, Oak Park, Ill." Like the Thomas Residence, also 1901 and in Oak Park, it is an all-stucco exterior. But unlike the Thomas Residence which is considered Frank Lloyd Wright’s first fully developed prairie styled house in Oak Park, it includes elements of Wright’s transitional designs like the Rollin Furbeck Residence: Corners turned at a 45 degree angle; Massive central tower; Rectangular square windows with columns; More vertical than Wright’s prairie styled horizontal designs. It is also a three story home. The Living and Dining Rooms, Kitchen, Hall and Reception Room are on the first level. The Bedrooms are on the second level. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 6.1 x 10 B&W Photograph.

Pages: Plate XIX (19)

S#: 0087.19.1116
   
TAFEL XX (20)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Dwelling for Arthur Heurtley. Plate XX (20) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XX (20). Perspective, plot and floor plan for the Arthur Heurtley Residence. "Dwelling for Arthur Heurtley." Plate XX (20). "Same type as Thomas house, with living-rooms, kitchen and family-bedrooms on the main floor. Two guestrooms and bath, children's play-room and servants-room on ground floor. No upper floor. The Heurtley Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1902. The upper illustration is a perspective, viewed from the street. The lower illustration toward the left is the ground level, and the illustration on the right is the upper floor. Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XX (20)

S#:
0087.19.1018


   
   
TAFEL XXI (21)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Dwelling and garden for W. E. Martin, Oak Park, Ill. Plate XXI (21) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXI (21). Perspective, plot and floor plan for the W. E. Martin Residence. "Dwelling and garden for W. E. Martin, Oak Park, Ill." The W. E. Martin Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1902. The top illustration is the perspective of the Martin residence. The lower illustration is the plot and ground level plan. In both the perspective and the ground floor plan, Wrights takes the liberty to add the covered porch which spreads toward the street, as well as the wing on the opposite side of the house toward the back yard. Neither wing appear to have been built, and the footprint appears more like the second level than the first. The second level is in the center left. Emboss upper left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXI (21)

S#:
0087.21.1018

   
   
 
   
TAFEL XXII (22)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Living room in the residence of Harley Bradley, Kankakee, Ill. Plate XXII (22) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXII (22). Living Room perspective of the Harley Bradley Residence, including two rug patterns. "Living room in the residence of Harley Bradley, Kankakee, Ill. Two rug patterns." The Harley Bradley Residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1900. The illustration of the living room, including Wright designed furniture, built-in seating and art glass, is flanked by two rug patters. Emboss lower left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXII (22)

S#:
0087.22.1018, 0087.22.1118
   
   
   
   
TAFEL XXIII (23)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Typical low-cost suburban dwelling contributed to the Curtis Publishing Company. Plate XXIII (23) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXIII (23). Perspective of "A small House with Lots of Room in It." "Typical low-cost suburban dwelling contributed to the Curtis Publishing Company." This illustration was published in the Ladies Home Journal, July 1901, p.15, as "A small House with Lots of Room in It. The average home-maker is partial to the gable roof. This house has been designed with a thorough, somewhat new treatment of the gable with gently flaring eaves and pediments, slightly lifted at the peaks, accentuating the perspective, slightly modeling the roof surfaces and making the outlines crisp..." Includes two plot plans that were also published in the Ladies Home Journal. Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXIII (23)

S#:
0087.23.1018
   
   
   
TAFEL XXIV (24)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Suburban dwelling for Warren F. Hickox, Kankakee, Ill. Plate XXIV (24) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXIV (24). Perspective, plot and floor plan for the Warren F. Hickox Residence. "Suburban dwelling for Warren F. Hickox, Kankakee, Ill." Upper illustration is a perspective of the Hickox Residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1900. The lower illustration showed the plot and ground floor plan. The middle illustration is the floor plan for the second floor. Emboss lower left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXIV (24)

S#:
0087.24.1018, 0087.24.1118


   


Second copy (0087.24.1118)
   
   
TAFEL XXVI (26)
   



Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Masonry dwelling for Mr. Martin, Buffalo, N.Y. Adjoining the Martin residence. Plate XXVI (26) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXVI (26). Perspective and floor plan for the George Barton Residence. "Masonry dwelling for Mr. Martin, Buffalo, N.Y. Adjoining the Martin residence." George Barton’s wife was the sister of Darwin D. Martin, and the home was built adjacent to Martin’s estate by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903. Upper illustration is a perspective of the Barton Residence. The center illustration is the floor plan for the ground level, and the lower illustration is for the second floor. Emboss center left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXVI (26)

S#:
0087.26.1018, 0087.26.1118








Second copy. (0087.26.1118)
   
   
TAFEL XXVII (27)
   



Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Suburban house for Mr. Henderson, Elmhurst, Ill. Plate XXVII (27) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXVII (27). Perspective, plot and floor plan for the Henderson Residence. "Suburban house for Mr. Henderson, Elmhurst, Ill. A plastered house with cement base and wooden trimming of the open single room type, with alcoved ends, originated in the Warren Hickox house at Kankakee." The upper illustration is a perspective of the Henderson Residence from the street. The lower illustration on the right is a plot and ground floor plan, the illustration on the left is a floor plan for the second level. Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXVII (27)

S#:
0087.27.1018
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Suburban house for Mr. Henderson, Elmhurst, Ill. Plate XXVII (27) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Second copy. Plate XXVII (27). Perspective, plot and floor plan for the Henderson Residence. "Suburban house for Mr. Henderson, Elmhurst, Ill. A plastered house with cement base and wooden trimming of the open single room type, with alcoved ends, originated in the Warren Hickox house at Kankakee." The upper illustration is a perspective of the Henderson Residence from the street. The lower illustration on the right is a plot and ground floor plan, the illustration on the left is a floor plan for the second level. This plate is printed with a light black or dark gray ink, unlike other plates printed with a brown ink. Emboss center left. Acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. Emboss center left. Acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXVII (27)

S#:
0087.27.1118
   
   
TAFEL XXVIII (28)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Residence of F. W. Little, Peoria, Ill. Plate XXVIII (28) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXVIII (28). Perspective and floor plan for the Henderson Residence. "Residence of F. W. Little, Peoria, Ill. 1900. A residence of cream -colored brick. The plan is as the residence was finally built. The exterior sketch, the original scheme." The upper illustration is an aerial perspective of the Little Residence as Wright originally designed it. A covered porch to the left, the two-story garage attached by a covered walkway on the right. The lower illustration is a plot and ground floor plan as it was built, showing the covered porch to the right of the entry way instead of off the Living Room, and a detached garage. The illustration in the center is the upper level. Emboss center left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXVIII (28)

S#:
0087.28.1018, 0087.28.1118
   


Second copy (0087.28.1118).
   
   
   
TAFEL XXIX (29)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate XXIX (29). "Studies and Executed Buildings". (Single Sheet) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXIX (29). "House of K. C. De Rhodes at South Bend, Ind." Plate XXIX (29) includes a perspective of the front of the house, from the street, and a plot plan that includes the floor plan for the first floor, and a plan for the second floor. In the bottom right hand corner is the top and bottom illustrative border for the House Beautiful, Chapter Two, designed and published by Frank Lloyd Wright 1896-1897. The "Wasmuth Portfolio" (2 folio volumes, 100 plates) is considered the most important and influential architectural monograph of the 20th century. 1000 sets were printed, with 500 set aside for American distribution. According to Wright, most of the American sets were destroyed or water damaged in the Taliesin fire of 1914. This print has some water damage along the bottom border from that fire. In the lower left hand corner, within the plot plan is Wright's embossed square logo with his name. Original vintage lithograph. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 15.75 x 25.25.

Pages: Plate XXIX (29)

S#:
0087.29.0618
   
TAFEL XXX (30)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground plan of the E. H. Cheney house and ground plan for a one-story house for an artist. Plate XXX (30 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXX (30 Tissue). Ground and floor plan of the Cheney residence and a ground and floor plan for an unidentified artist. "Ground plan of the E. H. Cheney house and ground plan for a one-story house for an artist." Text upper left: "Grundriss Des Hauptgeschosses. Im erdgeschoss sind dienerinzimmer wascherei. Heizung vorratsraum und garage. "Floor plan of the main floor. On the ground floor are the service room laundry. Heating storeroom and garage.)" The notes for Plate XXX reads: "Residents of a one-story and basement house of E. H. Cheney, Oak Park, Illinois. 1904. A one-story brick house set within gardens and close by brick walls. The sleeping-rooms separated from the living rooms by a corridor. Heating room, laundry, storage rooms and servants rooms in the basement." Although the Cheney Residence has a lower (basement) level, the illustration on the right is not the Cheney Residence, and appears to be a plan for an unrealized project. The illustration on the left is the ground and floor plan for the Cheney Residence. Emboss bottom center. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXX (30 Tissue)

S#:
0087.30.1018 Tissue
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Residence of one-story and basement house of E. H. Cheney, Oak Park, Ill. Plate XXX (30) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXX (30). Perspective of the Cheney Residence. "Residence of one-story and basement house of E. H. Cheney, Oak Park, Ill." The notes for Plate XXX reads: "Residents of a one-story and basement house of E. H. Cheney, Oak Park, Illinois. 1904. A one-story brick house set within gardens and close by brick walls. The sleeping-rooms separated from the living rooms by a corridor. Heating room, laundry, storage rooms and servants rooms in the basement." Although the Cheney Residence has a lower (basement) level, the illustration on the tissue is not the Cheney Residence, and appears to be a plan for an unrealized project. Emboss upper left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXX (30)

S#:
0087.30.1018
   
   
   
TAFEL XXXI (31)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground plan of the Dana house. Plate XXXI (31 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXI (31 Tissue). Ground and floor plan for the Dana House. "Ground and floor plan for the Dana House. It is not entirely new. The old house, which was incorporated in the structure, is outlined by a heavy line on the plan. The gallery is designed as a gathering place for the artistic activities of the community, and to accommodate the collection made by its owner. It is connected by a covered passage with the house, the passage itself serving as a conservatory. The hall, dining-room and gallery extend through two stories, and with the ceiling formed in the roof." The lower illustration is the "Floor plan of the main floor." The upper illustration is the "Floor plan of the bedroom." The small illustration center left is the "Floor plan of the ground floor of the gallery." Emboss top left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXI (31 Tissue)

S#:
0087.31.1018 Tissue
   
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. General view of a city dwelling for Mrs. Susan L. Dana, Springfield, Ill. Plate XXXI (31) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXI (31). Perspective for the Dana House. "General view of a city dwelling for Mrs. Susan L. Dana, Springfield, Ill. A home designed to accommodate the art collection of its owner and for entertaining expensively, some-what elaborately worked out in detail. Fixtures and furnishings designed with the furniture. It is not entirely new. The old house, which was incorporated in the structure, is outlined by a heavy line on the plan. The gallery is designed as a gathering place for the artistic activities of the community, and to accommodate the collection made by its owner. It is connected by a covered passage with the house, the passage itself serving as a conservatory. The hall, dining-room and gallery extend through two stories, and with the ceiling formed in the roof. The terra cotta figure at the entrance was modeled by Richard W. Bock, sculpture." The lower illustration is the "Floor plan of the main floor." Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXI (31)

S#:
0087.31.1018
   
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Interior view of the Susan Dana House. Plate XXXIb (31b) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXIb (31b) - Interior view of the Susan Dana House including furniture designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. "Dana house, interior view. A home designed to accommodate the art collection of its owner and for entertaining expensively, some-what elaborately worked out in detail. Fixtures and furnishings designed with the furniture. It is not entirely new. The gallery is designed as a gathering place for the artistic activities of the community, and to accommodate the collection made by its owner. It is connected by a covered passage with the house, the passage itself serving as a conservatory. The hall, dining-room and gallery extend through two stories, and with the ceiling formed in the roof. The terra cotta figure at the entrance was modeled by Richard W. Bock, sculpture. Interior walls are of cream-colored brick closely laid. The woodwork is of freely marked red oak. The sand-finished plaster ceilings are ribbed with wood and stained. Around the dining-room is a decoration of sumac (the plant motif for the decoration of the house proper) and fall flowers, stained in the sand-finished background by George Niedecken. The furniture and fittings were designed with the building." The larger illustration is a view into the library and studio. Emboss upper right. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXIb (31b)

S#:
0087.31.1018b, 0087.31.1118b
   



Second copy (0087.31.1118b).
   
   
   
TAFEL XXXII (32)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground plan of the D. D. Martin. Plate XXXII (32 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXII (32 Tissue). Ground and floor plan for the Darwin Martin House. "Ground plan of the D. D. Martin. Reference to the general plan of the Martin house will show certain freestanding groups of piers. In the central chamber formed by the piers the radiators are located, and the lighting fixtures are concentrated upon the peers themselves. Bookcases, swinging out ward, are placed below between the peers: the open spaces above are utilized as cabinets, and from these the heat passes into the rooms. Fresh air is let into the central chamber through openings between the piers and the bookcases. The radiators and the appurtenance systems are thus made an artistic feature of the architecture. The main house is to the left. The long walkway leads to the conservatory on the right. Connected to it, and just above is the garage. The greenhouse is at the top right. The George Barton Residence, is on the bottom right. Barton’s wife was Martin’s sister. Emboss bottom center. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXII (32 Tissue)

S#:
0087.32.1018 Tissue
   
   
 
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Dwelling of D. D. Martin, Buffalo, N.Y. Plate XXXII (32) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXII (32). Aerial perspective of the Darwin Martin Residence. "Dwelling of D. D. Martin, Buffalo, N.Y. The Martin house is fireproof. The walls are of brick, floors of reinforced concrete overlaid with ceramic mosaic: roofs tiled. The vitreous brick used in the exterior walls is worked with bronze joints into the walls in piers of the interior. The brick on these interior surfaces is used in a decorative sense as a mosaic. The woodwork throughout is fumed white oak. A pergola connects the house with the conservatory, which in turn is connected by means of a covered way with the stable. Emboss center left. Two copies, one plate part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXII (32)

S#:
0087.32.0618, 0087.32.1018
   
   
   
TAFEL XXXIII (33)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Administration building of the Larkin Company, Interior. Plate XXXIII (33 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXIII (33 Tissue). View of the interior of the Larkin Administration Building from the second level. "Administration building of the Larkin Company, Interior. The Larkin Building is one of a large group of factory buildings situated in the factory district of Buffalo. It was built to house the commercial engine of the Larkin Company in light wholesome well-ventilated quarters. The smoke, noise and dirt incident to the locality made it imperative that all exterior surfaces be self-cleaning and the interior be created independently of this environment. The building is a simple working out of certain utilitarian conditions, its exterior a simple cliff of brick whose only ornamental feature is the exterior expression of the central aisle, fashioned by means of the sculptured piers at either end of the main block. The machinery of the various appurtenance systems, pipe shafts incidental thereto, the heating and ventilating air in-takes, and the stairways which serve also as fire-escapes, are quartered in plan and placed outside the main building at the four outer corners so that the entire area might be free for working purposes. These stair chambers are top-lighted. Emboss bottom center. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXIII (33 Tissue)

S#:
0087.33.1018 Tissue
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground plan and perspective view of the administration building of the Larkin Company. Plate XXXIII (33) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXIII (33). Ground plan and perspective view of the Larkin Administration Building. "Ground plan and perspective view of the administration building of the Larkin Company. The interior of the main building thus forms a single large room in which the main floors are galleries open to a large central court, which is also lighted from above. All the windows of the various stories or galleries are seven feet above the floor, the space beneath being utilized for steel filing cabinets. The window sash are double and the building practically sealed to dirt, odor and noise, fresh air being taken high above the ground in shafts extending above the roof surfaces. The interior is executed throughout in vitreous, cream colored brick with floor and trimmings of magnesite of the same color. The various features of this trim were all formed within the building itself by means of simple wooden moulds, in most cases being worked directly in place. So the decorative forms were necessarily simple, particularly so as this material becomes very hot while setting and expands slightly in the process. The furnishings and fittings are all of steel and were designed with the structure. Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXIII (33)

S#:
0087.33.1018
   
   
 
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground plan and perspective view of the administration building of the Larkin Company. Plate XXXIIIa (33a) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXIIIa (33a). Ground plan and perspective view of the Larkin Administration Building. "Ground plan and perspective view of the administration building of the Larkin Company. The entrance vestibules, from either street and the main lobby, together with the toilet accommodations and rest rooms for employees, are all located in an annex which intercepts the light from the main office as little as possible. The fifth floor is given to a restaurant for employees, with conservatories in mezzanines over kitchen and bakery at either end, opening in turn to the main roof, all of which together constitutes the only recreation ground available for employees. The structure, which is completely fireproof, together with its modern heating, ventilating and appurtenance system, but exclusive of metal fixtures and furnishings, cost but little more than the average high class fireproof factory building. 18 cents per cubic foot. Here again, most of the critic's architecture has been left out. Therefore the work may have the same claim to consideration as a work of art as an ocean liner, a locomotive or a battle ship. Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXIIIa (33a)

S#:
0087.33.1018a
   
   
 
   
VOLUME II: COVER
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright - Volume II (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Portfolio Cover, Volume II. Text printed on cover: "Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. II. Verlegt Bei Ernst Wasmuth A.-G. Berlin." (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G. Berlin.) Beige paper covers stiff boards. Cloth spine. Four cloth ties. According to Alofsin, 1,275 sets were printed, 25 of which "Wright ordered to be printed on Japan paper and bound in half-leather as a deluxe edition..." Frank Lloyd Wright The Lost Years, 1910-1922, 1998, p.77.Wasmuth kept 100 copies, without covers. The complete set consisted of 72 plates numbered I through LXIV and included eight with a or b. 28 were tissue overlays and were attached to the corresponding plates. Each set also included a 31 page introduction, consisting of unbound sheets, folded once. Each print and tissue were embossed with Wright's square logo with his name "Frank Lloyd Wright." According to J. Willard Marriot Library, University of Utah, Volume II consisted of Tafel XXXIV - Tafel LXIV, 48 sheets. According to Wright, many of the sets stored at Taliesin were destroyed or water damaged in the Taliesin fire of 1914. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. Folio Cover. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16.25 x 25.5

Pages: Pg Portfolio Cover

S#:
0087.00.1018 E
   
TAFEL XXXIV (34)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground Plan for the C. Thaxter Shaw House. Plate XXXIV (34 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXIII (33 Tissue). Ground and floor plan for the C. Thaxter Shaw House. "Ground Plan for the C. Thaxter Shaw House. Country house for C. Thaxter Shaw, Montreal, Canada. A design for a granite house on the mountain side at Montreal. Approached on either side by drives, passing in front of the house on a terrace arrangement. Entrance through loggia on this terrace to the living-room is on main floor, which is level with garden at rear and sides. Sleeping rooms above. Enclosed garden at front, below terraces." Larger illustration is the ground and main level. The small illustration, upper left is the ground floor. Although the emboss should appear in the upper left hand corner, just beneath the title, this tissue is lacking the emboss. There are no other variations, and this tissue is attached to Plate XXXIV. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXIII (34 Tissue)

S#:
0087.34.1018 Tissue
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective of the C. Thaxter Shaw Residence. Plate XXXIV (34) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXIV (34). Perspective of the C. Thaxter Shaw Residence. "Country house for C. Thaxter Shaw, Montreal, Canada. A design for a granite house on the mountain side at Montreal. Approached on either side by drives, passing in front of the house on a terrace arrangement. Entrance through loggia on this terrace to the living-room is on main floor, which is level with garden at rear and sides. Sleeping rooms above. Enclosed garden at front, below terraces." Emboss lower right. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXIV (34)

S#:
0087.34.1018
   
   
   
TAFEL XXXV (35)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective, ground and floor plan for the Tomek Residence. Plate XXXV (35) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXV (35). Perspective, ground and floor plan for the Tomek Residence. "Suburban residence for Mr. Tomek, Riverside, Ill. A characteristic prairie house, similar in scheme to the Thomas, Heurtley and Coonley houses. The plan was later elaborated into the plan of the Robie house." The upper illustration is a perspective. The lower left is the ground and floor plan for the mail level. The illustration to the right is for the second level. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXV (35)

S#:
0087.35.1018
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective, ground and floor plan for the Tomek Residence. Plate XXXV (35) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, A.-G. Berlin.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Second copy. Plate XXXV (35). Perspective, ground and floor plan for the Tomek Residence. "Suburban residence for Mr. Tomek, Riverside, Ill. A characteristic prairie house, similar in scheme to the Thomas, Heurtley and Coonley houses. The plan was later elaborated into the plan of the Robie house." The upper illustration is a perspective. The lower left is the ground and floor plan for the mail level. The illustration to the right is for the second level. This plate is printed with a light black or dark gray ink, unlike other plates printed with a brown ink. Emboss center left. Acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection.  (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXV (35)

S#:
0087.35.1118
   






   
TAFEL XXXVI (36)
   




Third copy (0087.36.1118).


Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective and floor plan for the Larkin Company Exposition, and interior perspective for Browne’s Bookstore. Plate XXXVI (36) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXVI (36). "Exposition building, containing an exhibition-room and lecture-room for the Larkin Co. at the Jamestown Exhibition. Executed in wood and plaster. Browne’s Book-Store. A long narrow room in a down-town building converted into a book-store. The walls and ceiling were re-formed, and alcoves with chairs and tables provided for the convenience of customers. The panels and the walls are of stained cream-colored plaster, the wood work of gray oak, the floors of ivory colored magnesite, with lines of brass inlay; the light fixtures of ivory glass and brass. The ceiling was given a slight pitch from side the center. The alcove beneath the balcony at end is the children's corner." The top right illustration is the Larkin Exhibition building executed in 1907. To the left is the ground and floor plan. The lower illustration is the interior for the Browne’s Bookstore, executed one year later. Emboss lower left. Three copies. The second plate is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. Third Copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson private collection. This plate is printed with a light black or dark gray ink, unlike other two plates printed with a brown ink. 16 x 25.5. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.

Pages: Plate XXXVI (36)

S#:
0087.36.0607, 0087.36.1018, 0087.36.1118


   
   
   
   
TAFEL XXXVII (37)
   



Second copy (0087.37.1118).
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground and floor plan for the Robie House. Plate XXXVII (37T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXVII (37 Tissue). "Ground plan for the Robie house. City dwelling of Fred C. Robie, Woodlawn Ave. And 57th St., Chicago. 1909. A city dwelling with a South front, built of slender brown bricks, with stone trimmings. Roofs tiled, with copper cornices. A single-room type, similar to Tomek, Coonley and Thomas houses, well open to the south, with balcony and enclosed garden. Sleeping-rooms added in belvedere. Garage connected to house, with servants-rooms over. No excavation except for heater and coal. A highly developed working out of organic relation between exterior and interior – clean, sweeping lines and low proportions preserving openness and airiness of feature and arrangement throughout." Upper illustration is the ground and floor plan for the lower level. The lower illustration is the floor plan for the second or mail living area. There was also a third floor. Emboss center left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. The second plate is printed with a light black or dark gray ink, unlike other plates printed with a brown ink. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXVII (37 Tissue)

S#:
0087.37.1018, 0087.37.1118 Tissues
   
   



Second copy (0087.37.1118).
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective and third floor plan for the Robie House. Plate XXXVII (37) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXVII (37). "City dwelling of Fred C. Robie, Woodlawn Ave. And 57th St., Chicago. 1909. A city dwelling with a South front, built of slender brown bricks, with stone trimmings. Roofs tiled, with copper cornices. A single-room type, similar to Tomek, Coonley and Thomas houses, well open to the south, with balcony and enclosed garden. Sleeping-rooms added in belvedere. Garage connected to house, with servants-rooms over. No excavation except for heater and coal. A highly developed working out of organic relation between exterior and interior – clean, sweeping lines and low proportions preserving openness and airiness of feature and arrangement throughout." Upper illustration is the perspective for the Robie House. The lower illustration is the floor plan for the third floor. Emboss center left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. The second plate is printed with a light black or dark gray ink, unlike other plates printed with a brown ink. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXVII (37)

S#:
0087.37.1018, 0087.37.1118
   
   
   
   
TAFEL XXXVIII (38)
   


Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground and floor plan for the Horse Shoe Inn. Plate XXXVIII (38T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXVIII (38 Tissue). "Ground plan of Horse Shoe Inn. Horse Shoe Inn, Estes Park, Colorado. A summer hotel or inn on a pine-clad slope of the Colorado. mountains. To be built of undressed lumber; the walls sided with wide boards put on horizontally, with battens; stained. The chimney work out in rough, flat field stones." Ground and floor plan for the lower level. The lower illustration is the floor plan for the Horse Show Inn. Emboss top left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXVIII (38 Tissue)

S#:
0087.38.1018, 0087.38.1118 Tissue





Second copy (0087.38.1118).
   
   


Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective of the Horse Shoe Inn. Plate XXXVIII (38) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXVIII (38). "Horse Shoe Inn, Estes Park, Colorado. A summer hotel or inn on a pine-clad slope of the Colorado. mountains. To be built of undressed lumber; the walls sided with wide boards put on horizontally, with battens; stained. The chimney work out in rough, flat field stones." Aerial perspective of the Horse Shoe Inn. Emboss bottom left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXVIII (38)

S#:
0087.38.1018, 0087.38.1118





Second copy (0087.38.1118).
   
   
   
   
   
TAFEL XXXIX (39)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective, ground and floor plan for the Clark Residence. Plate XXXIX (39) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XXXIX (39). "Suburban residence for Mr. Clark, Peoria, Illinois. Perspective and ground plan. 1900. The dining-room dropped below the living-room, and covered porch above, so that both are reached directly from it by a short flight of stairs. From this side is the outlook over the city in the river. Service is arranged to this porch so that it may be used as a dining Dash room in summer. It is Also connected with the bed Dash room floor, and may be used as a sleeping porch." Upper illustration is an aerial perspective of the Clark Residence designed in 1900. The lower illustration is the ground and floor plan. Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XXXIX (39)

S#:
0087.39.1018


   
   
   
   
TAFEL XL (40)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective, ground and floor plans for the Waller Workmen’s Cottages and cottage for Grace Fuller. Plate XL (40) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XL (40). "Workmen’s Cottages for Mr. E, C. Waller, Chicago, Ill. Suburban Cottage for Miss Grace Fuller, Glencoe, Ill." The Larkin Company Workmen’s Row Housing Project, 1904, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright as low-cost rental housing, each brick row house was a laid out as a two story duplex with a basement. The project was never completed, and in 1910 Wright resurrected it and included it in "Ausgeführte Bauten" the Wasmuth Portfolio, Tafel XL, and titled it "Workmen’s Cottages for Mr. E. C. Waller, Chicago, Ill." Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Number 0408. The Grace Fuller Residence was designed in 1906, and believed to have been built, although no known photographs exist. Upper illustration is a perspective of the Workmen’s Cottages. The floor plan is just below it. The illustration in the lower left is the Fuller Residence. The two illustrations on the lower left are the ground, and floor plans. Emboss upper left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XL (40)

S#:
0087.40.1018
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright, Tafel XL (40).

Description: "Workmen’s Cottages for Mr. E, C. Waller, Chicago, Ill. Suurban Cottage for Miss Grace Fuller, Glencoe, Ill." The Larkin Company Workmen’s Row Housing Project, 1904, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright as low-cost rental housing, each brick row house was a laid out as a duplex. The project was never completed, and in 1910 Wright resurrected it and included it in "Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright, " the Wasmuth Portfolio, Tafel XL, and titled it "Workmen’s Cottages for Mr. E. C. Waller, Chicago, Ill." Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Number 0408.

Size: 8 x 10 Color photograph.

S#:
0087.40.0518
   
   
   
   
   
TAFEL XLI (41)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Two Perspectives and floor plans for the Pettit Memorial Chapel. Plate XLI (41) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XLI (41). "Pettit Memorial Chapel, Belvidere, Illinois. A small inexpensive burial chapel at Belvidere, Illinois. A simple, not unhomelike room for services, with shelter at rear and sides to accommodate people waiting for cars. A memorial tablet and modest fountain characterize it as a memorial to Mr. Pettit." The upper and lower illustrations are perspectives of the Pettit Memorial Chapel. The center illustration is a ground plan. The walls and clouds in the upper illustration have a light white wash. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XLI (41)

S#:
0087.41.1018
   
   
   
   
TAFEL XLIII (43)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective and ground plan for Glasner. Plate XLIII (43) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd 

Description: Plate XLIII (43) - "House for Mr. Glasner in a suburb of Glencoe, Ill. A simple wooden house of bungalow type on the edge of a ravine in Glencoe. Designed to be occupied without servants, although room is provided for them below stairs. The living-room is used as the dining-room in winter. In the summer the enclosed veranda is used." Designed in 1905 on the edge of a ravine, The upper illustration is a perspective with the Library on the left, and the bridge over a brook, leading to a covered pavilion on the right. The lower illustration is the ground and floor plan. It is drawn with the brook, bridge and pavilion, although the bridge and pavilion were never built. Acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)


Size: 16 x 25.5.

Pages: Plate XLIII (43)

S#:
0087.43.1018
   
   
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Two Perspectives, one for Mr. Stewart in Fresno, California, and the second for Mr. Adams in Highland Park. Plate XLIIIa (43a) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XLIIIa (43a). "Summer house in Fresno, California. Suburban house in Highland Park, Illinois. A board house for Mr. Stewart at Fresno, California. Sketch for one-story rambling dwelling on the lake shore, beside a deep ravine, at Highland Park, for Mr. Adams. Plaster and wood." The upper illustration is the board and batten residence for Mr. Stewart in Fresno, California. The lower illustration is dwelling for Mr. Adams. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XLIIIa (43a)

S#:
0087.43.1018a
   
   
   
   
   
TAFEL XLIV (44)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective and ground plan for the Millard Residence. Plate XLIV (44) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XLIV (44) - "Suburban dwelling for George E. Millard, Highland Park, Illinois. A simple wooden house in the woods by a Highland Park ravine." The upper level extends past the main level on either end. The home is reached via a bridge seen on the right. The upper illustration is a perspective of the Millard residence. The lower left is the floor plan for the main level, the illustration on the right, the floor plan for the upper level. Emboss lower left. Acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XLV (44)

S#:
0087.44.1118
   
 
   
   
TAFEL XLV (45)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective, ground and floor plan for the Gale Residence. Plate XLV (45) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XLV (45). "Cottage for Mrs. Thomas H. Gale, Oak Park, Illinois. A Simple treatment of the small house problem, with flat composition roof." The upper illustration is a perspective from the street. The lower left is the ground and floor plan for the main level. The illustration on the right is the upper level. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XLV (45)

S#:
0087.45.1018
   
   
   
TAFEL XLVI (46)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plan of the Como Orchard Summer Colony. Plate XLVI (46T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XLVI (46 Tissue). "Plan of the Como Orchard Summer Colony. Designed to give accommodation to a group of university men owning adjoining orchards and wishing to live near in summer time. An arrangement of simple wooden cabins with a central clubhouse, we're all go for meals, and transients may also be accommodated with rooms." Illustration of the plot plan for the community. Emboss top left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium.(First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XLVI (46 Tissue)

S#:
0087.46.1018 Tissue
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective view of Como Orchard Summer Colony. Plate XLVI (46) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XLVI (46). "General perspective view of Como Orchard Summer Colony. Designed to give accommodation to a group of university men owning adjoining orchards and wishing to live near in summer time. An arrangement of simple wooden cabins with a central clubhouse, we're all go for meals, and transients may also be accommodated with rooms." Perspective aerial view of the plan for the Como Orchard community. Emboss bottom left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XLVI (46)

S#:
0087.46.1018
   
   
   
   
TAFEL XLVII (47)
   



Third copy (0087.47.1118),
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective view of the Club House for the Como Orchard Summer Colony. Plate XLVII (47) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XLVII (47). Central club house for the Como Orchard Summer Colony. Designed to give accommodation to a group of university men owning adjoining orchards and wishing to live near in summer time. An arrangement of simple wooden cabins with a central clubhouse, we're all go for meals, and transients may also be accommodated with rooms." Perspective view of the central club house for the Como Orchard Summer Colony. The clouds in the illustration have a light white wash. In February 1909 Frank Lloyd Wright visited the Bitterroot Valley. The first of the two developments, the Como Orchard Summer Colony, consisting of the Master Plan, the Clubhouse and Inn, Cottages and the Manager’s Office. Developed for the Como Orchard Land Company, a subsidiary of the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation Company, they were marketed to University of Chicago Professors as "University Heights Community and Orchards." The Clubhouse was conceived as the center of the community. It consisted of two communal Dining Rooms, one on either side, a two story lounge in the center for gathering, three fireplaces, guest bedrooms upstairs, a kitchen and servants rooms, and large porches that ran the length of the front. A open balcony overlooked the lounge. With communal Dining Rooms in the Clubhouse, most Cottages were designed without kitchens. All buildings were board and batten, the windows were designed with wood mullions. An irrigation channel from Lake Como ran through the development’s 1600 acres. Of the over fifty cottages that were planned, twelve were constructed. Today, one Cottage and the Manager’s office remain and are maintained. Wright created two other plates related to Como Orchard. Plate XLVI(a) General perspective view of Como Orchard Summer Colony and Plate XLVI(b) Plan of Como Orchard Summer Colony. For more information on the Como Orchard and Bitterroot. Emboss bottom left. Three copies. One copy framed, the second is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The third copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XLVII (47)

S#:
0087.47.0918, 0087.47.1018, 0087.47.1118
   
   
   
TAFEL XLVIII (48)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground and floor plan for three Waller houses. Plate XLVIII (48T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XLVIII (48 Tissue). "Ground plans for the three houses for Mr. E. C. Waller. Three typical houses for real estate subdivision for Mr. E. Co. Waller. Hip roof, flat roof and gable. Illustration of plot and main level as well as second floor for three different styles of houses. Emboss lower left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate XLVIII (48 Tissue)

S#:
0087.48.1018, 0087.48.1118 Tissues
   



Second copy (0087.48.1118).
   
   
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspectives for three different styles of houses for the Waller subdivision. Plate XLVIII (48) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate XLVIII (48). "Three typical houses for real-estate subdivision for Mr. E. C. Waller. Hip roof, flat roof and gable. Illustrations of three different styles of houses. Edward Carson Waller was a successful real estate developer in Chicago and one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s early clients. In 1895 Wright designed the Francisco Terrace Apartments (S.030), and the Edward C. Waller Apartments (S.031). In 1899 Wright remodeled Waller’s home in River Forest (S.047). "In 1905 Waller obtained for Wright the opportunity to remodel the lobby of the Rookery Building... A series of multiple housing schemes for Waller and his son Edward, Jr., kept the Wright office busy intermittently from 1901 to 1909; attention was also given during this period to plans for the further subdivision of the family property in River Forest. For this project Wright designed three houses with variants to be built speculatively; although none was ever constructed, these schemes were, as Grant Manson has pointed out, very influential on Walter Burley Griffin and John Van Bergen." Two Chicago Architects, Eaton, p.92-93. Emboss lower left. Three copies. One copy: stamped on verso: "The Art Institute of Chicago. Burnham Library of Architecture." Second copy part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The third copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 15.5 x 24.75 (trimmed)

Pages: Plate XLVIII (48)

S#:
0087.48.0516, 0087.48.1018, 0087.48.1118
   



Third copy (0087.48.1118).
   
   
   
   
TAFEL IL (49)
   


Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective and floor plan for the Bank and Office Building for the City National Bank. Plate IL (49T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate IL (49 Tissue). "Bank and office building for the City National Bank, Mason City, Iowa. A bank with offices to let above." The upper illustration is a perspective of the bank which is on the left side, and the hotel on the right side. The lower illustrations are the floor plans. Emboss lower left. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank (left, 1909 - S.155) and Park Inn Hotel (right, 1909 - S.156) in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. William Drummond, Wright’s chief draughtsman, supervises the construction which was completed in August 1910. The Hotel was opened under the management of John Sundell. The second floor originally held the legal offices of Blythe and Markley to the east and about 14 guest rooms to the west; 24 guest rooms made up the third floor. Three copies. The second is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The third copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5.

Pages: Plate IL (49 Tissue)

S#:
0087.49.0615, 0087.49.1018, 0087.49.1118 Tissues




Third copy (0087.49.1118).
   
   
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective view of the Bank Building for the City National Bank. Plate IL (49) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate IL (49). "Bank and office building for the City National Bank, Mason City, Iowa. A bank with offices to let above." Perspective view of the City National Bank Building. Wright includes an automobile on the left, and a horse drawn carriage on the far right. Emboss lower left. Wright was commissioned to design the City National Bank (1909 - S.155) in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. William Drummond, Wright’s chief draughtsman, supervises the construction which was completed in August 1910. The second floor originally held the legal offices of Blythe and Markley. Three copies. The second is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The third copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5.

Pages: Plate IL (49)

S#:
0087.49.0615, 0087.49.1018, 0087.49.1118
   


Third copy (0087.49.1118).
   
   
   
TAFEL L (50)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective view of the Cottage for Stone. Plate L (50) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate IL (50). "Cottage for Elizabeth Stone, Glencoe, Illinois. Design for a summer house in the woods. Sleeping-rooms, living-room with balcony, and dining-room, which may be opened like a porch, and each separate by small, open, flower-filled courts." Perspective view of the Cottage for Stone. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate IL (50)

S#:
0087.50.1018
   
   
   
   
TAFEL LI (51)
   
 
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate LI (51). "Studies and Executed Buildings". (Single Sheet) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LI (51). "Ground Plan and perspective view for the house of Isabel Roberts, River Forest, Ill. Study for a summer house for Mr. E. E. Waller, Charlevoix, Mich." "Perspective view (top) and floor plan for the first and second floors (center) for the Isabel Roberts Residence. Aerial Perspective of the Waller Summer House (Project). The "Wasmuth Portfolio" (2 folio volumes, 100 plates) is considered the most important and influential architectural monograph of the 20th century. 1000 sets were printed, with 500 set aside for American distribution. According to Wright, most of the American sets were destroyed or water damaged in the Taliesin fire of 1914. This print has some water damage along the top from that fire. Wright's embossed square logo and name is on the lower left. Original vintage lithograph. (Sweeney 87)

Size: 15.75 x 25.25

Pages: Plate LI (51)

S#:
0087.51.0618
   
TAFEL LII (52)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective, ground and floor plan for Walter Gertz. Plate LII (52T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LII (52 Tissue). "Home for Walter Gertz at Glencoe, Illinois. A simple gabled residence in a garden behind the wall. The music-room, on the bed-room floor, the main feature of the house. The roof is doubled, with circulating air spaces between, the upper roof projecting over the ends, the lower over the sides of the building: the rooms extending into the roof space behind the lower roof. No excavation. Plan given of lower story on garden level." The upper illustration is a perspective of the home, and lower is the ground and floor plan. Emboss center left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LII (52 Tissue)

S#:
0087.52.1018, 0087.52.1118 Tissues
   



Second copy (0087.52.1118).
   
   
 
   


Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective for Walter Gertz. Plate LII (52) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LII (52). "Home for Walter Gertz at Glencoe, Illinois. A simple gabled residence in a garden behind the wall. The music-room, on the bed-room floor, the main feature of the house. The roof is doubled, with circulating air spaces between, the upper roof projecting over the ends, the lower over the sides of the building: the rooms extending into the roof space behind the lower roof. No excavation. Plan given of lower story on garden level." Perspective for the Walter Gertz residence. Emboss center left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LII (52)

S#:
0087.52.1018, 0087.52.1118




Second copy (0087.52.1118).
   
   
   
TAFEL LIII (53)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate LIII (53 Japanese Tissue). "Studies and Executed Buildings". (Single Sheet) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LIII (53 Japanese Tissue). "House, pergola and garage for Burton S. Westcott at Springfield, Ohio." Original vintage lithograph on tissue. Possibly from the Deluxe Edition printed on cream Japanese vellum. It appears to have threads. The size is also different. Emboss upper left. Framed. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 17.5 x 25.25

Pages: Plate LIII (53 Japanese Tissue)

S#:
0087.53.1006 Japanese Tissue
   
  Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground and floor plan for the Burton S. Westcott House. Plate LIII (53T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LIII (53 Tissue). "Ground plan for Burton S. Westcott house. House, pergola and garage for Burton S. Westcott at Springfield, Ohio. Plastered walls, tile roof, cement base courses and groundwork. House of the large living-room type: the necessary privacy for various functions obtained by screens, contrived as bookcases, and seats beside the central fireplace. In front a tiled terrace, to be covered with awning in summer, and a lily pool, flanked with large cast concrete bases. The grounds are terraced above the street." The lower illustration is the ground and floor plan. The upper right illustration is the floor plan for the second floor. Emboss upper left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LIII (53 Tissue)

S#:
0087.53.1018 Tissue
   
   
  Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective of Burton S. Westcott House. Plate LIII (53) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LIII (53). "Home of Burton S. Westcott, Springfield, Ohio. House, pergola and garage for Burton S. Westcott at Springfield, Ohio. Plastered walls, tile roof, cement base courses and groundwork. House of the large living-room type: the necessary privacy for various functions obtained by screens, contrived as bookcases, and seats beside the central fireplace. In front a tiled terrace, to be covered with awning in summer, and a lily pool, flanked with large cast concrete bases. The grounds are terraced above the street." Perspective of the Westcott Residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1904. Emboss top center. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LIII (53)

S#:
 0087.53.1018
   
   
   
   
TAFEL LIV (54)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective and floor plans for the Warren McArthur Apartments. Plate LIV (54) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LIV (54). "Concrete flat building at Kenwood for Warren McArthur , Chicago, Illinois. Arrangement of three, four and five-room apartments for light housekeeping. The central court open to the south." The upper illustration is a perspective of the Warren McArthur apartments from the street. The lower illustration on the left is the ground and floor plan, and the illustration on the lower right is the floor plan for the second level The exterior walls in the illustration have a light white wash. Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LIV (54)

S#:
0087.54.1018
   
   
   
   
   
TAFEL LV (55)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspectives and floor plan for the University of Wisconsin Boathouse. Plate LV (55) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LV (55). "Boathouse for the University of Wisconsin Boat Club. A shelter for rowing shells on the ground floor, with floating landing peers on either side. The floor above is utilized as a club room, with lockers and bath." The upper and lower left illustrations are perspectives of the University of Wisconsin Boathouse from out in the lake. The lower right illustration is the ground and floor plan. Emboss bottom center. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LV (55)

S#:
0087.55.1018
   
   
   
   
TAFEL LVI (56)
   
Bauten 1.jpg (63519 bytes)

Date: 1910

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright.  "Living Room for Mr. Coonley, Riverside, IL."  Plate LVI (56) from "Studies and Executed Buildings".  (Published by Ernst Wasmuth, Berlin, 1910.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LVI (56). "Living Room interior, dwelling for Mr. And Mrs. Avery Coonley, Riverside, Ill." Perspective view of the Coonley living Room with Wright designed furniture and carpet. The "Wasmuth Portfolio" (2 folio volumes, 100 plates) is considered the most important and influential architectural monograph of the 20th century. 1000 sets were printed, with 500 set aside for American distribution. According to Wright, most of the American sets were destroyed or water damaged in the Taliesin fire of 1914. This print has minor water damage along the bottom border from that fire. In the lower margin is the embossed stamp of Wright's square logo with his name. The "Wasmuth Portfolio" (2 folio volumes, 100 plates) is considered the most important and influential architectural monograph of the 20th century.  1000 sets were printed, with 500 set aside for American distribution.  According to Wright, most of the American sets were destroyed or water damaged in the Taliesin fire of 1914.  This print has some water and smoke damage along the right border from that fire.  In the lower margin is the embossed dry stamp of Wright's square logo with his name.  This is one of the most important and desirable images of the series.  There are only a few interior views. Also reproduced In: 1) #1050 Pg 65;   2) #1401 Pg 51;   3) #1604c Pg 25   4) #1648 Pg 35;  4) #1999-2 Pg 113. Original vintage lithograph. There are only a few interior views. Two copies. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 15.75 x 25.25

Pages: Plate LVI (56)

S#: 0087.56.0101, 0087.56.0618

Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. View of the Entrance Alcove, Ground and Floor Plan. Plate LVIa (56a) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LVIa (56a). "Ground plan and view of entrance alcove, the Coonley house. Dwelling for Mr. and Mrs. Avery Coonley . Inner perspective of entrance alcove of living-room, and plan showing disposition of furniture." The left side includes the Plan for the Ground Floor (top left) and the Main Floor Plan (bottom left). The Entrance Alcove with stairwell and skylight is illustrated on the right. The Wright designed Copper Urn is prominently featured. The "Wasmuth Portfolio" (2 folio volumes, 100 plates) is considered the most important and influential architectural monograph of the 20th century. 1000 sets were printed, with 500 set aside for American distribution. According to Wright, most of the American sets were destroyed or water damaged in the Taliesin fire of 1914. This print has minor water damage along the bottom border from that fire. Wright's embossed square logo with his name is in the top left corner. There are only a few interior views. Two copies, one plate is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.25

Pages: Plate LVIa (56a)

S#:
0087.56.0618a, 0087.56.1018a
   
   
   
   
   
TAFEL LVII (57)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground and Floor Plan for the Coonley residence, the Gardner’s cottage and the Coach House. Plate LVII (57T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LVII (57 Tissue).  “Ground Plan, Coonley house. Residence of Mr. And Mrs. Avery Coonley. A one-story house designed for the Prairie, with the basement entirely above ground, similar to Thomas, Heurtley and Tomek houses. All rooms, except entrance hall and play-room, are on one floor. Each separate function in the house is treated for and by itself, with light and air on three sides, and grouped together as and harmonious whole. The living-room is the pivot of the arrangement, with entrance, play-room and terrace below, level with the ground, forming the main unit of the design." The center illustration, top to bottom is the ground and floor plan of the home, with the coach house above the right wing. The gardener's cottage is to the right at the top. Emboss top left. Two copies, one plate part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LVII (57 Tissue)

S#:
0087.57.0506, 0087.57.1018  Tissue
   
   
 
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective view of the Coonley residence, as well as details of the exterior decorative wall and art-glass window design. Plate LVII (57) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LVII (57)  “The Coonley house. Residence of Mr. And Mrs. Avery Coonley. The dining-room forms another unit. The kitchen and servants quarters are in an independent wing. Family sleeping-rooms form still another unit, and the guest-rooms a pendant wing. Stable and gardener’s cottage are grouped together and informally connected by a covered way, which terminates in the gardener’s veranda. An arbor crosses the garden to the rear, terminating in the service entrance. The stables, stable yards and gardens are enclosed by plastered walls." The upper illustration is a perspective of the house. The lower left, a detail of exterior decorative wall design, and the lower right is a detail of the art-glass windows. The exterior walls in the illustration as-well-as the decorative wall design has a light white wash. Emboss center left. Two copies, one plate part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LVII (57)

S#:
0087.57.0506, 0087.57.1018
   
   
   
   
   
   
TAFEL LVIII (58)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground plan for the McCormick house. Plate LVIII (58 Tissue) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LVIII (58 Tissue) - "Ground plan for the McCormick house. Designed for summer residents of Herold McCormick at Lake Forest. To be cast, window mullions, walls and members in concrete, with overhanging tile roofs. To be situated on a hike bank of Lake Michigan on a projecting point formed by two ravines. Entrance court toward forest; terraces toward lake. Several porches on either side. Family bed-rooms in independent wing, with enclosed garden for children; play-house at angle of the wall, fountain emptying into head of ravine, which passes beneath the bed-room wing. Guest-rooms over main rooms. Servants in kitchen wing. Underground corridor connects servants quarters with bed-rooms." Expansive and detailed illustration of the McCormick ground and floor plan. Emboss top left. Acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LVIII (58 Tissue)

S#:
0087.58.1118 Tissue
   
   
TAFEL LX (60)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Site Plan and Perspective Study for the Wolf Lake Amusement Resort. Plate LX (60T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LX (60 Tissue) "Ground Plan and study for amusement resort, Wolf Lake. Amusement resort designed to be built at Wolf Lake, Indiana. Designed to be utilized, by means of dredging, a tract of swamp land bordering on a shallow lake in the vicinity of Chicago, as an amusement resort. The concessions usual to such a project are here screened in a backfield by means of uniform entrances constructed on a spacious circular mall. At the center of the arrangement is the band stand, with a circular track and field for races and fetes. A covered pergola extends around one side, with seats for onlookers. Back of this a water-court connects the inner lagoon with the lake, so that boats from the cluster may find their way to the lake." The upper illustration is the site plan for the complex. The lower illustration is a preliminary aerial perspective sketch of the complex. Emboss bottom left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LX (60 Tissue)

S#:
0087.60.1018, 0087.60.1118 Tissue
   




Second copy (0087.60.1118)
   
   
   




Second copy (0087.60.1118)
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective view of the Wolf Lake Amusement Resort. Plate LX (60) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LX (60). "Amusement resort designed to be built at Wolf Lake, Indiana. Bridges, carrying sale booths, cross this water court, connecting the central field with the mall. On either side of the central field are casinos, towers, pergolas, boat houses, bathing pavilions, connecting with the adjacent gardens by means of bridges and ways, passing through architectural screens and water courts. Balloon- carrying lights and colored streamers fixed to flying gaffs are utilized as decorations." The illustration is an aerial perspective of the complex from over the lake. This is actually a plate and a half, held together with cloth glued on the back, then folded in, covering the tissue and plate. Emboss top left. Two copies. The first is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. The second copy acquired from Governor Jim Thompson’s private collection. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LX (60)

S#:
0087.60.1018, 0087.60.1118
   
   


 Second copy (0087.60.1118)
   
   
TAFEL LXI (61)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective view of the dwelling for William Norman Guthrie. Plate LXI (61) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LXI (61). "Dwelling for William Norman Guthrie, Sewanee, Tenn." Perspective view for the Guthrie Residence (Project). The home was never realized, but later built by Frank J. Baker, Wilmette, Illinois (1909 - S.151). Very similar to the Isabel Roberts Residence (1908 - S.150). The illustration is a perspective from the street. Emboss top left. Two copies. One is part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. 16 x 25.5. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LXI (61)

S#:
0087.61.0618. 0087.61.1018
   
   
   
TAFEL LXII (62)
   


Date: 1910

Title: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Author: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground plan for the Bock Residence and detail decoration for the House Beautiful. Plate LXII (62T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Description: Plate LXII (62T) - "Ground plan for the Bock atelier. Atelier in concrete for Richard Boch, sculpture, Oak Park, Illinois. Designed as a home and work shop for the sculptor. To be located on a lot 50 feet wide by 175 feet deep. A pool occupies the front of the lot." The upper illustration is the ground and floor plan for the Bock residence. The lower illustration is a detail of the decoration for the House Beautiful, Chapter three, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1896-97. Emboss lower left. Two copies. The second acquired from Governor Jim Thompson's private collection. (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LXII (62 Tissue)

S#:
0087.62.0303, 0087.62.1118 Tissue






Second copy (0087.62.1118).
   
 
   
TAFEL LXIII (63)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Elevation and Cross Section of the Unity Temple. Plate LXIII (63T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Plate LXIII (63 Tissue). Elevation and cross section of the Unity Temple. A concrete monolith cast in wooden moulds or ‘forms’. After removing the forms the exterior surfaces are washed clean to expose the small gravel aggregate, the finished result in texture and effect being not unlike a coarse granite. The columns, with their decoration, were cast and treated in the same way. The entrance is common to both buildings, and connects them at the center. Both are lighted from above. The roofs are simple reinforced concrete slabs, waterproofed. The auditorium is a frank revival of the old temple form, as better suited to the requirements of a modern congregation then the nave and transept of the cathedral type." The upper illustration is an elevation of Unity Temple, and the lower a cross section. Emboss upper right. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LXIII (63 Tissue)

S#:
0087.63.1018 Tissue
   
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective View of Unity Church. Plate LXIII (63) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd 

Description: Plate LXIII (63). "Design for the house and temple, Unity Church, Oak Park, Illinois. House and Temple, Unity Church, Oak Park, Illinois. The auditorium is a frank revival of the old temple form, as better suited to the requirements of a modern congregation then the nave and transept of the cathedral type. The speaker is placed well out in the auditorium, his audience gathered about him in the fashion of a friendly gathering, rather than as fixed in deep ranks, when it was imperative that the priest make himself the cynosure of all eyes. After services the audience moves directly toward the pulpit and out at either side of the auditorium itself. Unity House is designed for the various social activities of the church and for Sunday school." Perspective View of Unity Temple (left), and Unity House (right). The exterior walls in the illustration have a light white wash. Emboss center left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LXIII (63)

S#:
0087.63.1018
   
   
   
   
TAFEL LXIV (64)
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Ground and Floor Plan for Unity Temple. Plate LXIV (64T) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) 

Author:
Wright, Frank Lloyd  

Description: Plate LXIV (64 Tissue). "Ground Plan, Unity Temple. A concrete monolith cast in wooden moulds or ‘forms’. After removing the forms the exterior surfaces are washed clean to expose the small gravel aggregate, the finished result in texture and effect being not unlike a coarse granite. The columns, with their decoration, were cast and treated in the same way. The entrance is common to both buildings, and connects them at the center. Both are lighted from above. The roofs are simple reinforced concrete slabs, waterproofed. The auditorium is a frank revival of the old temple form, as better suited to the requirements of a modern congregation then the nave and transept of the cathedral type." The illustration is the Ground plan for the complex, Unity Temple on the left, Unity House on the right. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LXIV (64 Tissue)

S#:
0087.64.1018 Tissue 
   
   
Date: 1910

Title: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Facade of Unity Temple. Plate LXIV (64) (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin) Gray paper.

Author:
Wright, Frank Lloyd   

Description: Plate LXIV (64). "Facade of Unity Temple. The auditorium is a frank revival of the old temple form, as better suited to the requirements of a modern congregation then the nave and transept of the cathedral type. The speaker is placed well out in the auditorium, his audience gathered about him in the fashion of a friendly gathering, rather than as fixed in deep ranks, when it was imperative that the priest make himself the cynosure of all eyes. After services the audience moves directly toward the pulpit and out at either side of the auditorium itself. Unity House is designed for the various social activities of the church and for Sunday school." The illustration is created using 6 colors: brown, light brown, gray and white. The light gray and beige are screens of the gray and light brown. The exterior walls have a light white wash. Emboss lower left. Part of a nearly complete two volume set acquired from Bruxelles, Belgium. (First Edition) (Sweeney 87)

Size: 16 x 25.5

Pages: Plate LXIV (64)

S#:
0087.64.1018 
   
   
   
Date: 1911

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright, Ausgeführte Bauten (Executed Buildings)  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Published in German. "Frank Lloyd Wright. I study and an appreciation by C. R.. Ashbee. In the modern development of the arts America excels in the art of architecture, and there are few cities upon the great continent but can show some piece of good building, or an effort in the direction; it is a popular instinct. The rich man strives to mark his wealth in stone, the cities have great libraries, clubs, colleges and schools, the states vie with one another in the splendor of their state-houses. Into spheres in which with us the architect seldom penetrates, he in America leave his mark; the office and business building has become his province..." Includes photographs and plans of Wright's buildings designed before he left Chicago in 1909. Two extra plates are bound as frontispieces, an illustration of "Unity Temple" and a photograph of Avery Coonley House, Riverside, Illinois. (First Edition) (Three Copies) (Sweeney 96)

Size: 8.25 x 11.75

Pages: Pp 141

S#: 0096.00.0202, 0096.00.0502, 0096.00.0917

   
Date: 1911

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten Und Entwurfe Von Frank Lloyd Wright (Published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Chicago)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: (Digital images only) A small booklet announcing the sale of the 1910 Ausgeführte Bauten by Wasmuth, portfolios. "A publication by Wasmuth of Berlin of seventy buildings by this architect, of special interests to the younger architects of America. Printed from drawings prepared for the stones by Mr. Wright expressly for this work, in two portfolios containing one hundred loose plates, and produced in the masterly style for which the German press is famous. ...at a total price of thirty-two dollars delivered... Address all communication direct to, Frank Lloyd Wright, 810 Orchestra Hall, Chicago." Ralph Fletcher Seymour writes, "I had the making of another tiny Wright item the existence of which is no where recorded. It was a little folder entitled ‘Ausgeführte Bauten Und Entwurfe Von Frank Lloyd Wright’ and announces the publication in the United States of his two portfolios of ‘seventy buildings printed from drawings prepared for the stone for this work, published by Wasmuth, Berlin, Germany." Some Went This Way, 1945, p. 125.(Sweeney 100) See additional digital images.

Size: 4.5 x 6

Pages: Pp 7

S#: 0100.00.0214

   
Date: 1911

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright, Chicago. Verlegt bei Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin 1911.  (8. Sonderheft der Architektur des XX. Jahrhunderts.  #8 Special Edition of Architecture of the 20th Century.)  (Soft Cover. One copy rebound with a hard cover)  (Published by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Second Version of "Frank Lloyd Wright Ausgefuhrte Bauten". Published in German. "Frank Lloyd Wright. I study and an appreciation by C. R.. Ashbee. In the modern development of the arts America excels in the art of architecture, and there are few cities upon the great continent but can show some piece of good building, or an effort in the direction; it is a popular instinct. The rich man strives to mark his wealth in stone, the cities have great libraries, clubs, colleges and schools, the states vie with one another in the splendor of their state-houses. Into spheres in which with us the architect seldom penetrates, he in America leave his mark; the office and business building has become his province..." Includes photographs and plans of Wright's buildings designed before he left Chicago in 1909. Text is the same, but laid out differently. Some of the photos and Illustrations also differ. Cover states that "This German issue is for sale only in Europe." More information in "Frank Lloyd Wright, The Lost Years, 1910-1922". Alofsin, Anthony, Page 76-7 Original List Price of other issues in this series M. 5, to M. 12, (5,-12, Marks?). Original Direct Order Price M. 3, to M. 7,75 (3,-7,75 Marks?) (First Edition) (Sweeney 101)

Size: 8 x 11

Pages: Pp 113

S#: 0101.00.1204, 0101.00.0917

   
Date: 1924

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten Und Entwürfe by Wasmuth

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: This is an undated German edition and was published by Wasmuth in Berlin. 100 Plates but reduced to 13 x 19". All one hundred plates are placed in one portfolio like the 1963 version, and the portfolio is similar to that version. The emboss is missing. This was an unauthorized version, and Wright was not pleased by the poor quality of printing. The text and list of plates included as a separate booklet (see 157b). (First Edition) (Sweeney 157)

Size:

Pages: Pp 100

S#: 0157.00.0404

   
Date: 1924 Booklet - Text and List

Title: Ausgeführte Bauten Und Entwürfe by Wasmuth

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: This booklet is included with the 1924 Wasmuth portfolio (Sweeney 157). There are 16 sheets folded once, but unbound. They are loosely placed next to each other. (First Edition) (Sweeney 157)

Size:

Pages: Pp 32

S#: 0157.0b.0404

   

32 Page Booklet

Date: 1963

Title: Buildings, Plans And Designs, Frank Lloyd Wright (Folio) (Published by Horizon Press, New York) (First Edition 1963 Printing)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd; Forward by Peters, William Wesley

Description: In 1910, Frank Lloyd Wright published the Wasmuth Portfolio entitled "Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe". It consisted of 100 loose elephant folio plates of drawings and plans by Wright and was published by Ernst Wasmuth in Berlin. In 1963 Horizon Press republished the complete set in its original size, including the case shown here. Also includes a 32 page booklet. "To thus make of a dwelling place a complete work of art, in itself as expressive and beautiful and more intimately related to life than anything of detached sculptures or painting, lending itself freely and suitably to the individual needs of the dwellers, an harmonious entity fitting in color, pattern and nature the utilities – and in itself really an expression of them in character -- this is the modern American opportunity. Once founded, this will become a tradition, a vast step in advance of the day when a dwelling was an arrangement of separate rooms, mere chambers to contain aggregations of furniture, the utility comforts not present. An organic entity this, as contrasted with that aggregation: surely a higher ideal of unity, a higher and more intimate working out of the expression of one's life in one's environment. One thing instead of many things; a great instead of a collection of smaller ones..." Frank Lloyd Wright. Number 34 E of 2600. Number 340 C of 2600. (Second Copy) (First Edition, 1963 Printing) (Sweeney 1534)

Size: Plates: 15.75 x 25.25. Booklet: 11 x 17.

Pages: Pp 100 + 32

S#: 1534.00.1100, 1534.01.0716

   
EarlyWork-Horizon68R 1.jpg (9755 bytes)Date: 1968

Title: The Early Work By Frank Lloyd Wright  "Ausgeführte Bauten 1911"

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: This book was published by Horizon Press and comes in a box slip cover (shown above).  Besides the slip cover there are other differences between this printing and the next (seen below).  Cover has red box, red and gold lettering on spine, red pages inside front and back cover, Glossy paper throughout, and the cover page states 1968.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 143

S#: 1732.00.0199

Slip Case  
   
EarlyWork-Horizon68G 1.jpg (11110 bytes) Date: 1968

Title: The Early Work By Frank Lloyd Wright  "Ausgeführte Bauten 1911"

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: This book was published by Horizon Press and is exactly the same as above except for a few minor differences. No slip cover, cover has gold box, gold lettering on spine, white pages inside front and back cover, Matt paper throughout, and the cover page is missing the 1968.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 143

S#: 1732.00.0100

   
FLWStudyArchCnt-Smith 1.jpg (30977 bytes) Date: 1968

Title: The Early Work By Frank Lloyd Wright  "Ausgeführte Bauten 1911"

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Published by Bramhall. (Hard Cover - DJ) (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 143

S#: 1732.02.0899

   
Date: 1975 Version With Dust Jacket

Title: Studies and Executed Buildings By Frank Lloyd Wright. Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. (DJ)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Published by Prairie School Press. This is a smaller reproduction of the 1910 edition, but bound in book form.  Includes Dust Jacket. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1970)

Size:

Pages: Pp 234

S#: 1970.00.0704

   
Date: 1975 Version

Title: Studies and Executed Buildings By Frank Lloyd Wright. Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Published by Prairie School Press. This is a smaller reproduction of the 1910 edition, but bound in book form. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1970)

Size:

Pages: Pp 234

S#: 1970.02.0502

   
Date: 1976

Title: "Studies and Executed Buildings By Frank Lloyd Wright."

Description: Brochure for the Prairie School Press. Page 1 is for the new bound volume of Wright’s Wasmuth drawings. "The famous Wasmuth drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright, first published in 1910, are at last available in convenient book form. Reproduced from a set of the original plates, this small size edition will make this extraordinary work available at reasonable cost to students, scholars and interested laymen..." $40.00, Clothbound, oblong 14-1/2" x 8-1/2". P.2-4 include information on other books available. (Brochure published by Prairie School Press, Chicago) Gift of Greg Brewer.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 4.

S#: 2020.23.0516

   
Date: 1998 Version

Title: Studies and Executed Buildings By Frank Lloyd Wright.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd; Intro by Anthony Alofsin

Description: Very close to Sweeney 1970, but a little larger in size, and a few changes.  Published by Rizzoli. (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 226

ST#: 1998.21.0702

   
Date: 1976

Title: Buildings, Plans & Designs By Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover with Slip Case) (Published by A.D.A Edita Tokyo Co., Ltd, Tokyo)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd: Foreword By Peters, William Wesley

Description: Originally published in 1963 as a portfolio edition, Horizon Press. Translated by Tadashi. Text in Japanese and English. Includes: Contents (p.5); Foreword by William Wesley Peters (p.6-7); Introduction by Frank Lloyd Wright (p.8-24); Plans and Designs (p.25-199); Notes by Frank Lloyd Wright (p.201-209); Guide to Terms (210-211). Foreword: "At the end of the First decade of the century there was published in Germany a monograph of the work of an American architect destined to revolutionize architectural thought and imbue it with vitality to an extent unparalleled in history. The folio publication: Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright, imprinted by Ernst Wasmuth of Berlin in 1910, has undoubtedly had a more profound, and salutary, effect on the course of architecture then any other compatible work of which we know..." Like the 1963 edition, the title on each plate is in English. But unlike its earlier versions where each plate is a single sheet, this volume is bound, and most, but not all plates cover a spread, making most plates 20.25 x 14.375. Plates on a single page are 10.125 x 14.375. (First Edition) (Langmead #1512)

Size: 10.5 x 14.75

Pages: Pp 211

S#:
2020.36.0618
   
Date: 1979

Title: (Left) Frank Lloyd Wright Lecture Series, January 16, 23, 30, 1979. (Right) Frank Lloyd Wright: The Wasmuth Edition, Exhibition at the Archicenter, Chicago, January 9 - March 3, 1979. 

Description: Left) "A trio of slide lectures on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright... January 16, Natural Material and the search for a perfect style: the influence of Japanese art on the Prairie School, Ross Edman. January 23, Scale and Proportion in the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, Donald G. Kalec. January 30, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wasmuth Edition: Another dimension, Richard Twiss."

Right) "Frank Lloyd Wright: The Wasmuth Edition, is the title of a new show to be on display at the ArchiCenter from January 9 through March 3. The exhibit consists of a selection of drawings from the original Ausgefuhrte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright (Studies and Executed Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright), a 1910 publication commonly referred to as the ‘Wasmuth Edition’." Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: P 1

ST#: 1979.28.0811

   
EarlyWork1911-Dover 1.jpg (35934 bytes) Date: 1982

Title: The Early Work By Frank Lloyd Wright  "Ausgeführte Bauten 1911"

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Published by Dover. (Second Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 141

ST#: 1732.03.1198

   
Date: 1983 Dover Version

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings & Plans of Frank Lloyd Wright, Early Period

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Reprint of the complete portfolio in book form.  Dover Publication (Wasmuth) (First Edition)

Size:

Pages:

ST#: 1983.04.0999

   
Date: 1985

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright - The Early Years. Presented by IC Industries and The Art Institute of Chicago. (Published by IC Industries, Inc., and The Art Institute of Chicago)

Author: Zukowsky, John; Glassman, Paul

Description: The Frank Lloyd Wright 1910 Wasmuth Portfolio Calendar. IC Industries and The Art Institute of Chicago presents this calendar featuring illustrations from the 1910 Frank Lloyd Wright Wasmuth Portfolio. The portfolio consists of one hundred original lithographs documenting Wright’s architectural designs from 1891-1909. This historic document is part of the extensive collection of architectural materials owned by the Art Institute of Chicago. IC Industries acquired the Wasmuth Portfolio for the Corporate art Collection in the summer of 1985. (From page 1.) A spiral bound week by week 1986 desk calendar, inserted into a paper covered hard cover case. Includes 31 illustration from the Wasmuth Portfolio, and an earlier Wright drawing while he worked for Adler and Sullivan. Two Copies. (First Edition)

Size: 11.5 x 8.3

Pages: Pp 88

ST#: 1985.32.1010, 1985.41.0313

   
Date: 1994

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wasmuth Folios: Representing The Ideal. A exhibition presented by The Temple Hoyne Buell Center for The Study of American Architecture and the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library at Columbia University. February 12 - March 12, 1994.

Author: Anthony Alofsin, Curator.

Description: "Frank Lloyd Wright was in the forefront of modern architects who realized the tremendous potential impact of how architecture is represented. He understood the power of the print media to reach myriads of individuals who would never directly experience his buildings... The folios are the most beautiful compendium of his early work, and they convey the intense interest Wright had in the perfected representation of his architecture... Published over 80 years ago, the plates of the Wasmuth monograph remain works of art, yet these precious objects sill contain within then the power to transform architecture into an ideal representation of how life could be lived. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 3.7 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 6

ST#: 1994.63.0711

   
Date: 1995

Title: The Great Achievements of the Oak Park Years.  Frank Lloyd Wright, Early Visions. The complete Frank Lloyd Wright: Ausgeführte Bauten of 1911, Supplemented by Additional Illustrations From Frank Lloyd Wright: Chicago, 1911. (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Gramercy Books, New York.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd; Forward by: Frazier, Nancy; English Translation: Goldstein, Brigitte

Description: This Gramercy edition is an unabridged reproduction of the Ausgeführte Bauten, a collection of photographs of architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright that was first published in Berlin by Ernst Wasmuth in 1911. C. R. Ashbee’s introduction and all of the captions have been newly translated from the original German for this edition. A German-English glossary of terms found in the ground plans is also included. Another unique feature of this Gramercy edition is a special section containing material from a second Wasmuth version of the 1911 book. The selections from Frank Lloyd Wright: Chicago (Number 8 of the series Sonderheft der Architektur des XX Jahrhunderts) are reproductions of all the photographs from this alternate version that did not appear in the Ausgeführte Bauten. (From title page.) Two copies. One copy gift from David Boze.(First Gramercy Edition)

Size: 9.5 x 12

Pages: Pp 166

ST#: 1732.04.1298, 1732.04.0607

   
   
   
THE BRICKBUILDER
 

Quarter Page Ad Inside Back Cover

Date: March 1913

Title: The Brickbuilder - March 1913 (Published by Rogers and Manson Company, New York, Boston)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Quarter Page Ad: "Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright" 1910. Original List Price 42 Cents.

Size: 10.75 x 13.5

Pages: Pp Inside Back Cover

S#: 0120.01.0305

   
   
   

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