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1953
1953  PR: Sixty Years of Living Architecture (1953 - S.369, 370). The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Press Release. October 20, 1953. "The exhibition, Sixty Years of Living Architecture, the work of Frank Lloyd Wright will be opened to the public in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on Thursday, October 22nd. This will be the first comprehensive retrospective exhibition of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work of this sale to b held in New York and the most comprehensive ever held. The temporary pavilion, which has been constructed...  Continue... Pp 3 0987.47.0913
1958
1958  PR: Guggenheim Museum 1958-59 (1956 - S.400). Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn Wright visits the Guggenheim. Wright is on a balcony of the Monitor Building (the Northwest section of the building) with a painter in the background on a scaffold, painting the exterior wall. According to "The Guggenheim", Wright visited the Guggenheim on November 7, 1958 (page 212) and for the last time in January, 1959 (page 214). He seems to be wearing the overcoat as in the November 7 visit, but they date this image circa 1959 (page 224)...  Continue... Pg 1 1259.35.0813
1959
1959
Our House, Horizon Press Inc, New York, 1959. Press release for "Our House," published by Horizon Press, New York. Horizon Press Our House, by Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright. Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright presents fascinating, personal record of life with the world renowned architect. The title of this illuminating book, "Our House," refers to both Taliesin and Taliesin West the homes of Mr. And Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright, so often described as the most beautiful in the world... And "Our House" is a book filled with many kinds of enchantment. For Mrs. Wright has written a...  Continue... Pg 1 1377.76.0715
1987
1987  PR: The Biltmore Sprite Fact Sheet Arizona Biltmore Fact sheet concerning Sprite, Dimensions, Material, Donations, Restoration, Design and Original Sculpture.  8.5 x 11. Pg 1 1987.47.0507
1987  PR: Arizona Biltmore PR - 10/87 (Published by DBG&H, Phoenix) Spitza, Anne M. “The History of the Sprites of Midway Gardens.”   Includes information on the history and destruction of the Midway Gardens and the Sprites.  “It seemed the Sprites were lost forever.  Then sometime after World War II, word reached Taliesin... that a few of the Sprites had been saved and were lying in pieces in a farmer’s field in Lake Delton, Wisconsin.” 8.5 x 11. Pp 4 1987.48.0507
1987  PR: Arizona Biltmore PR - 10/87  (Published by DBG&H, Phoenix) Spitza, Anne M. “Creation of the Sprites Old & New.” Includes information on the creation of the original Sprites and the restoration.  “The Biltmore Sprites... are authentic, accurate reproductions of the damaged originals.”  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1987.49.0507
1987  PR: Arizona Biltmore PR - 10/87  (Published by DBG&H, Phoenix) Spitza, Anne M. “Press Conference. ...the Sprites of Midway Gardens have been resurrected from their demise.  Now called the Biltmore sprites, they will be donated to the Arizona Biltmore by Taliesin on Wednesday, October 21 at 2:00 p.m., in front of the hotel.”  8.5 x 11.  Two Copies. Pp 2 1987.50.0507 1987.51.0507
1987  PR:Arizona Biltmore PR - 10/87  (Published by Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix) Rusk, Lynette “History of the Arizona Biltmore.”  After 44 years of the Wrigley family operating the hotel, they sold it to Talley Industries in June of 1973.  On June 20th a spark ignited a fire. In August 1977 Rostland Corporation purchased the hotel and hire the Westin Corporation to manage the property.  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1987.52.0507
1987  PR: Arizona Biltmore PR - 10/87 (Published by Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix) Rusk, Lynette “Influences on Architecture and Interiors by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.  The renovation of the Main Building guest rooms in the summer of 1987 was the seventh major project at the Arizona Biltmore..”  Includes details of the renovations.  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1987.53.0507
1987  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - October 12, 1987  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Logue, Sarah “Taliesin West Celebrates 50th Anniversary.”  Brief history and three day anniversary events.  “... Plans for the 1988-1989 national tour of the exhibition: Frank Lloyd Wright: In the Realm of Ideas, will be announced during the three day celebration.”  8.5 x 11. Pp 2 1987.54.0507
1987  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - October 27, 1987  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Logue, Sarah “Architects Celebrate Taliesin West’s 50th Anniversary.  They cam from all over the United States, including Hawaii and Alaska, and from England, France, Germany... ”  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1987.55.0507
1989
1989  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - 1989  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Legler, Dixie “Biography of Frank Lloyd Wright (1967 - 1959).  Frank Lloyd Wright was born in the pastoral village of Richland Center, Wisconsin on June 8, 1867...”  Brief history of Wright’s career.  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1989.51.0507
1989  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - 1989  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Legler, Dixie “Fact Sheet - Frank Lloyd Wright (1967 - 1959).”  Includes Works designed; Works built; Number still standing; Major works, private; Wright’s own homes; Major works, public; Non-architectural designs; Organic Architecture.  8.5 x 11. Pp 1 1989.52.0507
1989  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - 1989  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Legler, Dixie “The following organizations make up the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and its subsidiaries.”  Overview; Taliesin; Taliesin West; The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives.  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1989.53.0507
1989  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - 1989  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Legler, Dixie “The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Increasing the public’s understanding of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work and preserving his architectural legacy are the goals of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation....”  8.5 x 11. Pp 1 1989.54.0507
1989  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - 1989  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Legler, Dixie “The Story of Taliesin West.  ...Wright was drawn to the Arizona desert as early as 1927 when he began working on the designs for the Arizona Biltmore.  He and his wife Olgivanna, would often winter in Phoenix in retreat from their snowbound Wisconsin estate, Taliesin.”  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1989.55.0507
1989  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - 1989  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Legler, Dixie “Frank Lloyd Wright and Arizona. Living in the desert is a spiritual cathartic a great many people need. I am one of them...  The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives is the world’s largest collection of both documents and objects created by the master architect...  The Foundation’s long-range goal is to build and endow its own museum and study center at Taliesin...”  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1989.56.0507
1989  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - 1989  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Legler, Dixie “Frank Lloyd Wright and Arizona.  Living in the desert is a spiritual cathartic a great many people need.  I am one of them...  The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives is the world’s largest collection of both documents and objects created by the master architect...  The Foundation’s long-range goal is to build and endow its own museum and study center at Taliesin...”  Text in this version is extended.  8.5 x 11. Pp 4 1989.57.0507
1989  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - 1989  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Legler, Dixie “The Archives of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. From the beginning of his seventh decade career, Frank Lloyd Wright saved everything that pertained to his work.  His correspondence with his mentor Louis Sullivan, letters from American artist Georgia O’Keeffe, and even that first letter his Aunt Jennie wrote to him after he ran away to Chicago...” Holdings; Preservation Programs; Publications; The Future.  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1989.58.0507
1989  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR - 1989  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona) Legler, Dixie “Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (Background).  Apprentices of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture enjoy two unusual classrooms - 600 acres oat the base of the McDowell Mountains near Scottsdale, Arizona and 600 acres of fertile, green farm country near Spring Green, Wisconsin. Here students take their cues from nature, learning Wright’s philosophy of ‘organic architecture’ at the source.”  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1989.59.0507
1989  PR: Phoenix Art Museum PR  (Published by the Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix) Fries, Margaret “Fact Sheet for: Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings. Masterworks from the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives”  Information pertaining to the exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum January 13 - April 8, 1990.  8.5 x 11. Pg 1 1989.60.0507
1998
1998 PR: Frank Lloyd Wright: A film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn Press release for Documentary on Frank Lloyd Wright. "The brilliant and controversial architect, who revolutionized American architecture, is the subject film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick... which interweaves Wright’s extraordinary career with his equally tempestuous personal live." Owen Comora Associates Press Kit: A general Motors Mark of Excellence Presentation. Single sheet accompanying 8 x 10 photo. September 1998. 8.5 x 11. of a new Pg 1 1998.69.1112
1998 PR: Frank Lloyd Wright: A Film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.  Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn "Frank Lloyd Wright surrounded by a group of young students, including grandson Eric Lloyd Wright (seated, next to Wright, in checkered shirt) at Taliesin in 1955. The students each paid a modest tuition to be part of the Taliesin Fellowship, a program set up in 1932 by Wright and his third Wife ,Olgivanna..." Owen Comora Associates Press Kit: A general Motors Mark of Excellence Presentation. Single sheet accompanying 8 x 10 photo. September 1998. 8.5 x 11. Pg 1 1998.52.1006 1998.71.0225
1998  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright: A Film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.  Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn "Frank Lloyd Wright, the brilliant and controversial architect who revolutionized American architecture, is the subject of a new film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick..." Owen Comora Associates Press Kit: A general Motors Mark of Excellence Presentation. Single sheet accompanying 8 x 10 photo. September 1998. 8.5 x 11. Pg 1 1998.72.0213
1998  PR: Frank Lloyd Wright: A Film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.  Burns, Ken & Novick, Lynn "The museum was one of Wright’s last projects before his death at the age of 91. Ken Burns and Lynn Novick co-direct and co-produce ‘Frank Lloyd Wright,’ a new film about the brilliant and controversial architect, who revolutionized American architecture, "Frank Lloyd Wright,’ which interweaves Wright’s extraordinary career with his equally tempestuous personal life will be broadcast on PBS as a ‘General Motors Mark of Excellence Presentation,’ " "Frank Lloyd Wright" aired November 10-11, 1998. Owen Comora Associates Press Kit: A general Motors Mark of Excellence Presentation. Single sheet accompanying 8 x 10 photo. September 1998. Pg 1 1998.87.1216
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