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1873
1873 
Lakeside Monthly - August 1873, Vol X. No. 56 (Published by F. F. Browne & Co., Publishers, Chicago) Edited by: F. F. Browne from April 1869 - close) Founded in January 1869 as the Western Monthly. Francis Fisher Brown began as editor in April, 1869. The name was changed in January, 1871. "...the two most credible periodicals ever produced in Chicago are The Dial and the Lakeside Monthly, And that Mr. Browne has done more for the literary interest of Chicago than any other man in the city... In 1867, Mr. Browne, then a young man of twenty-three, landed in Chicago... The second...  Continue...  (Relates to Study about Browne’s Bookstore.) Pp 81-160 +14 0000.02.0411
1873 
The Aldine, The Art Journal of America - October 1873, Vol. VI, No. 10 (Published by James Sutton & Co., Publishers, New York) Anonymous, Engraving: Linton, Henry. After a painting by Hunt, Holman "The Eve of St. Agnes. There is much of beauty, grace, and sentiment in the beautiful picture from the brush of William Holman Hunt, which we reproduced for The Aldine. Nearly twenty-five years ago Mr. Hunt began to paint those religious and mystical pictures which have since given him such a great reputation in his native England, as well as abroad. ‘The Eve of St. Agnes’ is one of these... His early works were adopted from poetry and...  Continue...   (Relates to study of The Eve of St,. Agnes) Pp Cover (191), 193 0000.03.0511
1880
1880
Harper’s Magazine - January 1880 (Published monthly by Harper & Brothers, New York) Keats, John "The Eve of St. Agnes." First published in 1820 and rejected by the critics. It is the first article published in this issue. Keats based his poem on the tale that a girl could see her future husband in a dream if she performed certain rituals on the eve of St. Agnes. Includes nine illustrations. Eighth illustration: "Pensive awhile she dreams awake." (Note: No where in this issue does Harper's credit the authors or illustrators for any of the article printed.) This is the poem that Winslow...  Continue... Pp 161 - 174 0001.03.0510
1884
1884 
Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine - February 1884 (Published by The Century Co., New York) Stedman, Edmund C.; "Keats. ...young poets will chance upon one another, among millions; ‘there’s a special providence’ in their conjunction and forgathering, instinct and circumstance join hands to bring this about. The name Keats is set within a circlet of other names, - those of Clarke, Reynolds, Hunt, Charles Brown, the artist Haydon and Severn, - each of which is brighter for the fact that its owner game something f his love an help to the poet whose...    Continue...  (Relates to study of The Eve of St, Agnes) Pp 599-603 0000.21.0213
1888
1888
The Inland Architect & News Record - V. XI No.7 - June 1888 (Published by The Inland Architect Press) Signed Frank L. Wright Illustration by Frank Lloyd Wright. "Houses for Victor Falkenau, Chicago. Adler & Sullivan, Architects, Chicago." Signed: "Frank L. Wright." In 1887 Frank Lloyd Wright joined the firm of Adler & Sullivan where he worked for six years. A description was published in "The Daily Inter Ocean," December 16, 1888: "The Material Of The Fronts Is Blue Bedford Stone, With Pressed Brick For The Other Walls. There Are Elegant Copper Bays At The Second Storey And Much Beautiful...  Continue... (Sweeney 5) Plate 7 0005.00.0819
1888
The Inland Architect & News Record - V. XI No.8 - July 1888 (Published by The Inland Architect Press) Signed F. Ll. Wright: del. "Residence For J. L. Cochran, Edgewater, ILL. J. L. Silsbee, Architect." Signed: "F. Ll. Wright: del." After attending the University of Wisconsin, Frank Lloyd Wright headed for Chicago. In 1887 he took a position as draftsman for Joseph Lyman Silsbee, an architect well known for Queen Anne and Shingle-Style homes. Later that year, he moved to the office of Alder and Sullivan. Wright wrote about his experience working with Joseph Lyman Silsbee. "Silsbee was doing Edgewater at...  Continue... (Sweeney 8) Plate 8 0008.00.0819
1892
1892
American Architect and Building News - December 31, 1892 Ticknor & Co. House of James Charnley, Esq., Astor Street, Chicago, Ill.  Helio-Chrome (A naturally colored photograph.)  (Sweeney 12) Plate No. 888 0012.00.0504
1892
Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine - December 1892 (Published by J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia) Johnson, Richard Malcolm "This number contains Pearce Amerson’s Will. By Richard Malcolm Johnson, Author of ‘Dukesborough Tales’, ‘Widow Guthrie’, etc. Complete." Title Page: Pearce Amerson’s Will. By Richard Malcolm Johnson, Author of "Dukesborough Tales", "Widow Guthrie", "Old Mark Langston", etc. J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia. This was the first the story was published in full. Six years later, 1896, it was published for the first time in...  Continue...   (Relates to study of Way & Williams.) Pp 681 - 756 0013.02.0511
1894
1894
Inland Architect & News Record - Vol. XXIV No.1 (August 1894) (Published by the Inland Architect Press) Anonymous "Residence of W. I. Clark, La Grange, Illinois. Frank L. Wright, Architect." W. Irving Clark Residence (S.013 - 1893). In 1887 Wright joined the firm of Adler & Sullivan. To earn extra income Wright designed "bootleg" houses while still working for Adler & Sullivan. The W. Irving Clark house was one of Wright’s first bootleg homes, commissioned in 1892 and completed in 1893. A dispute grew out of his acceptance of independent commissions, and in 1893 Sullivan fired Wright...  (Sweeney 16)  Continue... Pp 1 0016.00.0811
1895
1895
Inland Architect & News Record - Volume XXIV No.6, August 1895 (Published by the Inland Architect Press) Anonymous "Residence By Architect Frank L. Wright, For Himself, Oak Park, Illinois. View of Frank Lloyd Wright’s home from the South, on Chicago Avenue. Wright designed his home in 1889, added the Playroom, Dining Room and Kitchen in 1895, and his Studio in 1897. 10 x 8 color photographic copy. (Sweeney 17) Pp 1 0017.00.0519
1895
The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine - October 1895 (Published by The Century Co., New York) West, Kenyon "Keats in Hampstead. The 29th of October, 1895, marks the centenary of the birth of John Keats, and affords a fitting occasion for lovers of his poetry to pay tribute to his fame... Every...  Continue...  (Relates to study of The Eve of St, Agnes) Pp 898-910 0018.22.0811
van Dyke, Henry "The Influence of Keats... We can trace the influence of Keats not merely in the conscious or unconscious imitations of his manner, like those which are so evident in the early poems of...  Continue...   (Relates to study of The Eve of St, Agnes) Pp 910-914 0018.23.0811
1897
1897
House Beautiful - February 15, 1897 (Digital) Published monthly by Klapp & Company, Chicago. Bound: January - May 1897, Volume 1, Numbers II-VI) Anonymous "Successful Houses. III. How often does the architect, while creating the most beautiful effects for others, attain a satisfactory result in his own house? The mind which can plan and originate for a living, seems inadequate when it comes to planning for pleasure alone. Though often good enough as far as mere laying out of rooms goes, the homes of many architects, which naturally should be demonstrations in taste are uninteresting, commonplace and lacking in originality...  Continue...  (Sweeney 26) Pp Frontispiece, 64-69 0026.00.0317
1898
1898
The Brickbuilder - May 1898 (Published on the 20th of each month by Rogers & Manson Boston) Anonymous S.28.01: News: Chicago Architectural Club... On the morning of May 5 Mr. Frank Wright delivered a lecture on "Art in the Home." At the same session Mr. William Ordway Partridge spoke... Published in Arts For America - June 1898, Vol. VII - Nos. 9 and 10. Pp 579-588.
S.28: "Brick and Terra-Cotta Work In American Cities, and Manufacturers’ Department." Chicago... Active measures are being taken by the Central Art Association, in behalf of the trans-Mississippi Exposition, " to...  Continue...  (Sweeney 28)
Pp 93; Pp 106-108 0028.00.0317
1898

The Brickbuilder - November 1898 (Published on the 20th of each month by Rogers & Manson Boston)

Anonymous "Brick and Terra-Cotta Work In American Cities, and Manufacturers’ Department." Chicago: "Dwight H. Perkins and Frank L. Wright are associated architects for a new church of especial interest." (The Abraham Lincoln Center, Chicago.) (Bound within a volume.) Original cover price 25c. 10 x 13 (Sweeney 29) Pp 239-240 0029.00.0317
1898
The Inland Architect And News Record - Vol. XXXI, No.5 (Published by the Inland Architect Press) Anonymous “Residence at Oak Park, Illinois. Frank L. Wright, Architect.”  Photograph of the original 1895 home before the fire that destroyed it in 1922.  It was reconstructed in 1923 by Wright.  IA&NR had a very small circulation at the time and these prints only appeared in a very limited number of issues that were distributed to a few prominent architects.  Photogravure only, Hors-texte Plate. 12.75 x 9.  (Sweeney 32) Pp 1 0032.00.0606
1898
Arts For America - June 1898, Vol. VII - Nos. 9 and 10. (Published monthly, except July and August in the interest of the Central Art Association and American Art Education, Auditorium Tower, Chicago, Ill..) Wright, Frank Lloyd Wright's First Published Article. "Art in the Home." Read before the Home Decoration and Furnishing Department of the Congress on May 5. (Symposium of the Annual Art Congress held in the Art Institute, Chicago, May 3, 4, and 5, 1898.) 1893 Wright begins his own practice. 1894 (1st), 1895 (2nd) and 1898 (3rd) exhibits work at Chicago Architectural Club. 1986 writes lecture "Architecture, Architect, and Client". Predating this...  Continue...    For more information on Wright's First Published Article. Pp 579-588 0032.01.1009
1898
Arts For America - June 1898, Vol. VII - Nos. 9 and 10. (Published monthly, except July and August in the interest of the Central Art Association and American Art Education, Auditorium Tower, Chicago, Ill..) Anonymous "Notes From the Congress." "The closing day of the Congress was a perfect symphony... Mr. Frank L. Wright’s ‘Art in the Home’ was a summary of actual experiences gained, from many years of labor in his chosen profession. Many of us have not learned that architecture means the home and its furnishings, but Mr. Wright opened the doorway into a complete symphony of architectural thought in which the family requirements formed the central force." Original cover price 25c. 8 x 11.25. Pp 593-594 0032.02.1009
1899
1899
The Brickbuilder - January 1899 (Published on the 20th of each month by Rogers & Manson Boston) Anonymous "Brick and Terra-Cotta Work In American Cities, and Manufacturers’ Department." Chicago... The erection of a novel building will soon be begun by the congregation of All Souls Unitarian Church, whose pastor is the Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones. All precedents have been ignored, and a building has been designed to meet in the simplest, quietest, and most natural way the peculiar conditions imposed upon the architects. These required, besides a large auditorium with the usual accessories, a gymnasium...  Continue... (Sweeney 34) Pp 16-19 0034.00.0317
1899
The Brickbuilder - March 1899 (Published on the 20th of each month by Rogers & Manson Boston) Anonymous News: The interesting events of recent date at the Chicago Architectural Club are as follows: Monday evening, February 20, Mr. J. H. Vanderpoel addressed the club on "Reminiscences of a Trip Through Holland." Monday evening, February 27, a comedy by Mr. E. C. Hemmings, a member of the club, entitled "The New Draughtsman," was given. Monday evening, March 6, Mr. Frank L. Wright addressed the club on the " Practical Nature of the Artistic." Monday evening, March 13, Mr. James R. Willett...  Continue... Pp 44 0034.01.0317
1899
Inland Architect and News Record - Volume XXXIII No. 1 1899 (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous Street View Rollin Furbeck Residence. "Residence For Mr. Furbeck, Oak Park, Illinois. Frank L. Wright, Architect." This is one of the earliest photographs of the Furbeck Residences and captures Wright’s original intent. The Porte Cochere is on the left, with the driveway leading in from the street. By the 1940s the Porte Cochere had been enclosed, and the driveway removed. The entrance was reached through low capped walls that were removed by the 1940s. The transition from...  Continue...  (Sweeney 36) Pp 1 0036.00.1016
1899

House Beautiful - December 1899 (Digital) (Published monthly by Herbert S. Stone & Company, Chicago)

Granger, Alfred H. "An Architects Studio. When one attempts to describe almost any modern building, the first question to be asked is, ‘What style?’ ...One of the most radical of these opponents is Mr. Frank L. Wright, whose house and studio I have the privilege of describing... One’s first impression of the dinning-room is its simplicity – no rugs, no curtains, and only the necessary furniture, which, however, is in perfect harmony with the room. One entire end of the room opposite the...  Continue...  (Sweeney 35) Pp 36-45 0035.00.0116
1899
The Larkin Idea - 1899 (Not dated.) (Published by the Larkin Soap Co., Buffalo, NY) Larkin Soap Co. The Larkin Soap Manufacturing Co. Was founded in 1875. Page 21: "We have manufactured soaps in Buffalo, N. Y., for 24 years..." Page 23: "... and our 1899 pattern, here offered, will excel itself in popularity." The Larkin Administration building was not designed by Frank Lloyd Wright until 1903. 5.25 x 6 Pp 24 0036.10.0519
1900
1900
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Architectural Review, VII #6 - June 1900 Spencer, Robert C., Jr "The Work of Frank Lloyd Wright"  (Sweeney 41) Pp 61-72 0041.00.1100
1900
Architectural Review, VII #6, June 1900, Francisco Terrace Apartments 1900 (1895 - S.030). Spencer, Robert C., Jr

 Excerpt and illustration of the Francisco Terrace Apartments published in The Architectural Review, June 1900, p.71. "The building known as ‘Francisco Terrace’ is for a much humbler class of tenants and is unique in its arrangement of flats in two tiers above a large court, from which, by way of four corners staircase towers and a continuous balcony or elevated walk, access is gained to the second-story suites. At a rental of twelve dollars a month for four rooms, its tenants enjoy quieter, more wholesome and more...  Continue...

Pp 65 0041.28.0119
1900
The Art-Interchange - June 1900 (Published monthly by The Art Interchange Co., New York) Pattison, James William Husser Residence. "Two fireplaces in mosaic have attractive much attention in Chicago. One is in true mosaic such as the centuries have known: the other is different, and called "mosaic" simply for convenience. It is a new invention, or a new application -- which amounts to he same thing... Frank Lloyd Wright, architect, is responsible for the creation of the innovation, and Orlando Giannnini invented the new glass work... The motive use by Miss Ostertag is based on the study of the wisteria vine in blossom. The thick trunks of the vine climb up either... Continue... Pp 130-131 0041.25.1018
1900
The Book Buyer, A Review and Record of Current Literature - May 1900 (Published monthly by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York) Cheney, John Vance "Francis Fisher Browne. While most readers of our distinctively critical periodicals are familiar with the Dial, few, perhaps, know more than the name of the man that founded it, the present editor and proprietor; and as the Dial celebrates, this month, its twentieth anniversary, it is fitting that some one should do for its editor, Mr. Francis Fisher Browne, the last thing he could be induced to do for himself; namely give some account...  Continue...  (For additional information see our Study of the Browne's Bookstore.) Pp 301-303 0041.03.0311
1900
The Inland Printer - November 1900 (Published monthly by the Inland Printer Company, Chicago) 1) Seymour, Ralph Fletcher 2) Way, W. Irving 1) Cover designed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. It also includes and example of a decorative Tailpiece by Seymour, p.337, 474, 2) The December, 1900 issue includes an article by W. Irving Way, "On ‘The Making of Books.’ ...Mr. Seymour's work is not in line with the work of the others mentioned, it is true, but it is an innovation none the less – and perhaps a trifle startling, if not flamboyant in its result. Mr. Seymour's books are printed from blocks reproduced from pen-work, but one ventures to...  Continue... Pp Cover, 337, 457, 474, 505-6, 509 0041.20.0116
1900
The Larkin Idea - 1900 (Published by the Larkin Soap Co., Buffalo, NY) Larkin Soap Co. One of the early, if not one of the first Larkin Idea. "The Larkin Idea: Save all Cost which adds no Value, by direct Dealings from Factory to Family." Spend $10 and redeem free premiums: Chautauqua Desk, Chiffonier (dresser), Book-case, Chautauqua Rocker, Chautauqua Morris Chair, Chautauqua Sewing Table, Seth Thomas Mantel Clock, 24 Piece 1847 Rogers Bros. Silverware, Chautauqua Silver Tea Set, sixteen additional premiums. The cover appears to be printed in 10 distinct colors: red...  Continue...   Pp 28 0041.15.0414
1901
1901
The Brickbuilder - August 1901 (Published monthly by Rogers & Manson Boston) Wright, Frank Lloyd "The ‘Village Bank’ Series. V. While there is probably little romance about a bank, - less poetry in the bray of Sancho Panza's substantial, positive gray donkey than in the sound of Rosinante's spirited neighing, - yet the community likes to feel that this same bank is there to stay. It is, in fact, the town strong box. and it is a temple to the God of Money, as modern temples go. In its temples, though they perform the function of modern mercantile machines, the community would find the lack of... Continue... (Sweeney 44) Pp 160-161 0044.00.0119
1901
The Brickbuilder - January 1901 (Published monthly by Rogers & Manson Boston) Anonymous "Selected Miscellany... Frank Lloyd Wright and Webster Tomlinson. architects, Chicago, have formed a copartnership, with offices at Oak Park, Ill., and 17 Van Buren Street, Chicago." 10 x 13 (Digital edition.) Pp 20 0044.01.0119
1901
Inland Printer - June 1901 (Published monthly by the Inland Printer Company, Chicago) Anonymous "The Work of Ralph Fletcher Seymour... Wallace Rice refers pleasantly to the art craft in Chicago, mentioning particularly the clever work of Ralph Seymour Fletcher... Not contented with the better trodden paths, he sought some new road in which artistic excellence might find scope, and. cheered by the successes of William Morris and his Kelmscott Press... Four books have thus come from his workshop... These four books are all lettered by hand and printed from plates...  Continue...   Pp 234 0049.14.0116
1901
Inland Printer - September 1901 (Published monthly by the Inland Printer Company, Chicago) Seymour, Ralph Fletcher Cover designed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. "The cover-designs of The Inland Printer, which for some years past have been changed every month, are one of its most attractive features. The Inland Printer was the first publication in the country to change its covers every month... Among the designers of the covers are such artists as Bradley, Bird, Leyendecker, Hapgood. Wright, Traver, Goudy, Seymour, Craig and others...." The June 1901 issue, p.187. (Digital and printed copy) 8 x 11 Pp Cover 0049.15.0116
1901
Kindergarten Magazine - January 1901 (Published by the Kindergarten Magazine Company, Fine Arts Building, Chicago) Seymour, Ralph Fletcher Starting with the January, 1901, Volume XIII, No. 5, the cover was designed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. Designed to imitate old wood block prints. Page one was also two color, with a decorative initial cap matching the cover and was hand-lettered. April issue, page 474: "An unusual method in book making is being developed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, whose office is in the Fine Arts Building. With the purpose of securing more perfect unity between the format of a book and...  Continue...   Cover 0049.12.0116
1901
Kindergarten Magazine - March 1901 (Published by the Kindergarten Magazine Company, Fine Arts Building, Chicago) Anonymous "The Fine Arts Building, Chicago... This impressive building marks a unique step in business enterprise. As its name indicates, it is devoted to the exclusive use of the artist world. The idea of such an office building matured slowly in the mind of its present manager, Mr. C. C. Curtis, for fifteen years... Among the prominent social organizations that center here is the Chicago Women’s Club... Other literary and social clubs that find a home here are the Caxton, the Fortnightly, the Young...  Continue...   Pp 418-422 0049.13.0116
1901
Ladies Home Journal - February 1901 (Published Monthly by The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia) Wright, Frank Lloyd “A Home in a Prairie Town” Full page includes seven illustrations.  Original cover price 10 cents.  11 x 16.5.  (Sweeney 45) Pp 17 0045.00.0207
1901
Ladies Home Journal - July 1901  (Published Monthly by The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia) Wright, Frank Lloyd A Small House with "Lots of Room in It"  Original cover price 10 cents.  11 x 16.5. Two Copies. (Sweeney 46) Pp 15 0046.00.0900 0046.01.0900
1901
The Larkin Idea - May 1901 (Published monthly by the Larkin Soap Co., Buffalo, NY) Larkin Soap Co. "Save all cost which adds no value. First Year. Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue does not include any design elements or hints of the Wright designed administration building. 5.25 x 8.5 Pp 16 0049.17.1117
1902
1902
Inland Architect and News Record - Volume XXXIX No. 6 1902 (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous Street View Frank Wright Thomas Residence. "Residence Oak Park, Illinois. Frank L. Wright, Architect." It is considered to be the first fully developed prairie styled house in Oak Park. It is also the first house in Oak Park to be completely designed in Stucco. Upon entering the front door, stairs lead up to the main living quarters on the second level. The bedrooms on the third floor. Some of the design features included beaded molding and exquisite leaded glass windows.  (Sweeney 52)...  Continue...   Pp 1 0052.00.1016
1902
Ladies Home Journal - November 1902 Anonymous (Photo - Frank Lloyd Wright Dining Room) Pp 8 0052.01.0701
1902
Larkin Idea, The - Nov 1902 (Published monthly by the Larkin Soap Co., Buffalo, NY) Larkin Soap Co. "Save all cost which adds no value. Second Year. Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue does not include any design elements or hints of the Wright designed administration building. 5.25 x 8.4 Pp 18 0052.14.0117
1903
1903
The Brickbuilder - September 1903 (Published monthly by Rogers & Manson Boston) Spencer, Robert C. Jr. "Brick Architecture in and about Chicago." An article that includes the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. It includes extensive descriptions, and images of the The Winslow Stable (1894 - S.025); Francis Apartments (1895 - S.032); Heller (2) (1896 - S.038); Husser (1899 - S.046); Charnley (1891 - S.009); Francisco Terrace (1895 - S.030); Winslow (1894 - S.024); Moore I (1895 - S.034). Very helpful in dating photographs of Wright’s early. 10 x 13 (Digital edition.) Excerpts: The house at No. 99 Astor Street... Continue... (Sweeney 54) Pp 178-187 0054.00.0119
1903
Ladies Home Journal - January 1903 Anonymous Inside of a hundred suburban homes (Photo - Frank Lloyd Wright Dining Room) Pp 24 0054.01.0400
1903
Larkin Idea, The - March 1903 (Published monthly by the Larkin Soap Co., Buffalo, NY) Larkin Soap Co. "Save all cost which adds no value. Third Year. Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue does not include any design elements or hints of the Wright designed administration building. 5.25 x 8.5 Pp 22 0054.12.0117
1903
The Larkin Idea - September 1903 (Published monthly by The Larkin Co., Publishers, Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue does not include any design elements or hints of the Wright designed administration building. Original cover price 50c per year (12 issues). 5.3 x 8.5 Pp 18 0054.14.1118
1904
1904

The House Beautiful - March 1904  (Published by Herbert S. Stone, Chicago)

Colson, Ethel M. "A Yellow Dining-Room". The Warren McArthur house.  Includes two interior photos.  Original List Price 20 cents.  7 x 9.75. (Sweeney 55) Pp 208-10 0055.00.0105
1904
The Larkin Idea - June 1904 (Published monthly by the Larkin Soap Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous The Larkin Idea’s Fourth Year. Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue does not include any design elements or hints of the Wright designed administration building. 5.3 x 8.25 Pp 25 0055.17.0619
1904
The Larkin Idea - July 1904 (Published monthly by the Larkin Soap Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous The Larkin Idea’s Fourth Year. Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue does not include any design elements or hints of the Wright designed administration building. 5.3 x 8.25 Pp 28 0055.18.0619
1904
The Larkin Idea - November 1904 (Published monthly by The Larkin Co., Publishers, Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue does not include any design elements or hints of the Wright designed administration building. Original cover price 50c per year (12 issues). 5.3 x 8.5 Pp 32 0055.07.0915
1905
1905
Inland Architect and News Record - Volume XLVI No. 1 1905 (August 1905) (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous Street View William G. Fricke Residence From the Southwest. "Residence, W. G. Fricke, Oak Park, ILL. Frank L. Wright, Architect." 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... Continue...  (Sweeney 56) Pp 1 0056.00.1116
1905
The Larkin Idea - February 1905 (Published monthly by The Larkin Co., Publishers, Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was ready for occupancy in August 1906. The illustration of the Larkin campus on page 1 does not include the Larkin Administration Building designed by Wright. It does in the July issue. It does however include the "LCO" monogram on the cover. It wasn’t until after Wright presented his... Continue...  Pp 34 0058.20.0518
1905
The Larkin Idea - July 1905 (Published monthly by The Larkin Co., Publishers, Buffalo, NY) Larkin Co. Illustration on page 1 includes the Larkin Administration Building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903. Original cover price 50c per year (12 issues). 5.2 x 8.25. Pp 1 0058.04.0812
1905
Larkin Idea Order Sheet Insert, 1905 (Published by The Larkin Co., Publishers, Buffalo, NY) Larkin Co. Inset into the July 1905 Larkin Idea, this order sheet was for ordering Larkin products. List on products are on the second page. 11 x 8.5. Pp 2 0058.05.0812
1905
The Larkin Idea - August 1905 (Published monthly by The Larkin Co., Publishers, Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was ready for occupancy in August 1906. The illustration of the Larkin campus on page 1 includes the Larkin Administration Building designed by Wright. It also include the "LCO" monogram on the illustration. It wasn’t until after Wright presented his drawings that the "LCO" monogram began to appear and evolve. Original cover price 50c per year (12 issues). 5.25 x 8.5. Pp 32 0058.21.1118
1905
The Sketch Book - September 1905 (The Sketch Book is published monthly by The Sketch Book Publishing Co., Fine Arts Building, Chicago. Note: This early article was missed by both Sweeney and Langmead and may offer some of the earliest photographs of the Thomas Residence.) Morris, Alfred Frank Thomas Residence (1901 - S.067) "A Constant Home. Design and ornament in the home is of such vast importance, that when one comes across a worthy example - one that is consistent and sane - it would surely seem indifferent not to praise. The examples of the exterior and interior applications of design, in the photographs herewith, are ones that have not only a most harmonious consistency, but they also exhibit originality; originality not of the clever sort, but that of...  Continue...   Pp 37-41 0058.13.0116
1905
The Sketch Book - September 1905 (The Sketch Book is published monthly by The Sketch Book Publishing Co., Fine Arts Building, Chicago.) Seymour, Ralph Fletcher Two bookplates designed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. For George Barr McCutcheon and Preston A. Perry. "Books are a part of mans prerogative. In formal ink they thoughts and voices hold. That we to them our solitude may give. And make time present travelled that of old." (Digital and printed copy) 7.5 x 10.5 Pp 43 0058.14.0116
1905
The Sketch Book - December 1905 (The ketch Book is published monthly by The Sketch Book Publishing Co., Fine Arts Building, Chicago. Note: Cover designed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour) Hosking, Arthur Nicholas "A Few Books and Their Maker. It is no easy matter to write a truthful criticism of a personal friend's work. Close contact multiplies feelings and emotions. A man’s theories may be more interesting than his work, and vice versa... This fact, however, does not detract from the things of beauty he has created, of which there are a great number... The pages shown... display the high standard chosen when he first launched into the affairs of bookmaking... With all Mr. Seymour's books rarely...  Continue...   Pp 179-186 0058.15.0116
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1906
The Century Magazine - February 1906 (Published monthly by The Century Co, New York. MacMillan and Co. Ltd, London.) Sharp, William, Editor of "The Severn Memoirs". "The Portraits of Keats. With special references to those by Severn. In point of date the first likeness Keats is possibly the profile in charcoal by Joseph Severn now in Forster Collection at the South Kensington Museum Mr. Buxton Forman specifically states that it is the earliest of drawings of Keats from the life and neither in the Severn manuscripts memoirs notes and fragmentary...  Continue...   More information on the Portraits of Keats. (Relates to study of The Eve of St, Agnes) Pp 535-551 0064.05.1211
1906
The House Beautiful - June 1906 (Bound Volume) (Published monthly by The House Beautiful Company, Chicago) Percival, C.E. A House on a Bluff (Sweeney 62) Pp 11-13 0062.00.0101
1906
The House Beautiful - August 1906 (Bound Volume) (Published monthly by The House Beautiful Company, Chicago) Percival, C.E. A House without a Servant (Sweeney 63) Pp 13-14 0063.00.0101
1906
The House Beautiful - July 1906 (Published monthly by The House Beautiful Company, Chicago) Percival, C.E. "Solving a Difficult Problem. A House at South Bend, Indiana; Frank Lloyd Wright Architect. A common problem, and one not easy to solve, is the semi-urban dwelling in a neighborhood where land is expensive, and fifty feet of ground is the width of the usual lot... The De Rhodes House (1906 S.125)... is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s solutions of this difficult problem." Includes one illustration. Original cover price 20 cents. 9.75 x 13. Two copies, one bound. (Sweeney 64) Pp 20-21 0064.00.0101 0064.00.0910
1906
The Larkin Idea - March 1906 (Published monthly by The Larkin Co., Publishers, Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue includes the new Wright designed administration building in the masthead illustration on page 1, and also incorporated the "LC" monogram into it. Original cover price 50c per year (12 issues). 5.25 x 8.25 Pp 32 0064.17.0915
1906
The Larkin Idea - April 1906 (Published monthly by the Larkin Co., Buffalo) Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue includes the new Frank Lloyd Wright designed administration building in the masthead illustration on page 1. Original cover price 50c per year (12 issues). 5.25 x 8.25 Pp 32 0064.23.0119
1906
The Larkin Idea - May 1906 (Published monthly by The Larkin Co., Publishers, Buffalo, NY) Larkin Co. Illustration on page 1 includes the Larkin Administration Building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903. Original cover price 50c per year (12 issues). 5.25 x 8.25. Pp 1 0064.09.0812
1906
Larkin Idea, The - July 1906 (Published monthly by the Larkin Co., Buffalo) Larkin Co. Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.25 x 8.25 Pp 32 0064.19.0216
1906
The Sketch Book. A Magazine Devoted to the Fine Arts - August 1906 (Published by The Sketch Book Publishing Co. Fine Arts Building, Chicago.) Seymour, Ralph Fletcher Cover designed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour whose office was also located in the Fine Arts Building (Browne's Bookstore). Original cover price 20c. 8 x 10.5 Pp Cover 0064.16.0415
1907
1907
American Architect and Building News - August 24, 1907 (Published every Saturday by Swetland Publishing Co., New York) Anonymous Three plates of the Susan Laurence Dana House (1902 - S.072), were published in the August 24, 1907 issue.  A) View from the East. Text on face: "House of Mrs. Mary Lawrence, Springfield, Ill. Frank Lloyd Wright Architect. Copyright 1907, by the Swetland Publishing Co. The American Architect and Building News. Regular Edition. Volume XCII., Number 1652. August 24, 1907. (Photographic... (Sweeney 69) ...  Continue... Plates (3) 0069.00.0317 (A-C)
1907
Inland Architect & News Record, Volume L (50), July 1907 (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous Front View. "Administration Building for the Larking Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect." Photogravure only, no text, Hors-texte Plate, printed single side only. (Copy) 7 x 10. Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago, Ryerson & Burnham Archives. (Sweeney 71) Pp 1 0071.00.0514 A
1907
Inland Architect & News Record, Volume L (50), July 1907 (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous View of the east side. "Administration Building for the Larking Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect." Photogravure only, no text, Hors-texte Plate, printed single side only. (Copy) 7 x 10. Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago, Ryerson & Burnham Archives. (Sweeney 71) Pp 1 0071.00.0514 B
1907
Inland Architect & News Record, Volume L (50), July 1907 (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous "Interior View, Administration Building for the Larking Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. (See descriptive article.)" Photogravure, Hors-texte Plate, printed single side only. (Copy) 7 x 10. Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago, Ryerson & Burnham Archives. (Sweeney 71) Pp 1 0071.00.0514 C
1907
The Larkin Idea - May 1907 (Published monthly by the Larkin Co., Buffalo) Anonymous "The Inscription on the Court of the Administration Building. On the magnesite panels between the capitals surmounting the columns that form the central sky-lighted court in...  Continue... Pp 1-2 5-6 11-13 0072.00.1114
Anonymous "The Larkin Auto Service and the Larkin Factories..." Includes one photograph of the Larkin Building. Pp 5-6
Anonymous "Our Jamestown Exhibit. ...The architect, Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright, has designed a building for us which will be unusually beautiful and at the same time provide appointments well...  Continue... Pp 11-13
1907

The Larkin Idea - August 1907

Anonymous Our Jamestown Exhibit. About the Larkin Company exhibition pavilion at the Jamestown Ter-Centennial Exposition. Includes photo.  (Sweeney 73) Pp 16-17 0073.00.0404
Twitmyer, Geo. E. A Model Administration Building. About the Larkin Building. This is a slightly abridged reprint of an article published in the Business Man’s Magazine, April 1907. Includes eight photos. Pp 1-8 0073.01.0404
Anonymous Some Photographed views from the Home of the Larkin Idea. Includes interior photos of building. Pp Cv2 0073.02.0404
1907
Larkin Co. Order Form, 1907 Larkin Co. Order form was folded inside the August 1907 issue.   0073.03.0404
1907
American Architect and Building News - November 30, 1907 (Published every Saturday by Swetland Publishing Co., New York) Ford, G. B.
"A Great Exhibition. We have seen the announcement in the papers of an architectural exhibition at Pittsburgh; we may have heard someone speak about it; we have, perhaps, been fortunate enough to see the catalogue... Whether it be in the charmingly imaginative and decorative treatment used by the father of this modern movement. Louis H. Sullivan, or in the most...  Continue...   (Sweeney 74)
Pp 175-181 Plates (2) 0074.00.0317
1907
Inland Architect & News Record, Volume L (50), September 1907 (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous "Remodeled Entrance. The Rookery Building. Chicago. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect for Remodel. Work Executed by the Davis Marble Co., Chicago." Photogravure only, no text, Hors-texte Plate, printed single side only. (Copy) 7 x 10.25. Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago, Ryerson & Burnham Archives. (Sweeney 75) Pp 1 0075.00.0512
1907
Inland Architect & News Record, Volume L (50), December 1907 (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous "Residence of Mr. Moore, Oak Park, Ill. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect." This is actually the Mary and Edward R. Hills Remodeling (1900, 1906 - S.051). Mary Hills was Nathan G. Moore's daughter. He hired Wright to remodel the home as a wedding gift for his daughter. Photogravure only, no text, Hors-texte Plate, printed single side only. (Copy) 7 x 10. Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago, Ryerson & Burnham Archives. (Sweeney 77) Pp 1 0077.00.0512
1907
Inland Architect & News Record - Volume L (50), November 1907 (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous "Residence of P. A. Beachy, Oak Park, Ill. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect." Photogravure only, no text, Hors-texte Plate, printed single side only. (Copy) 7 x 10. Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago, Ryerson & Burnham Archives. (Sweeney 78) Pp 1 0078.00.0613
1907
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Ladies Home Journal - April 1907 Wright, Frank Lloyd A Fireproof House for $5000  (Sweeney 80) Pp 24 0080.00.0501
1907 
The Larkin Idea - January1907 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5 x 8 Pp 32 0080.18.0213
1907
The Larkin Idea - February 1907 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) 1) Dickinson, Rogers Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Pages 1-6: "A Great American Success. How a great enterprise has been built up through wide and universal communication - a vast business done with individuals - the value of the personal touch - benefits of the Factory to Family idea." This article also published in "World’s Work" January, 1907. Includes two photographs of the interior of the Larkin Administrative Building. 2) "New Administration Building Open...  Continue... Pp 32 0080.38.0918
1907
The Larkin Idea - March 1907 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous "Larkin Co. at Jamestown Ter-Centennial. Along with the many beautiful structures that will soon be completed on the grounds of the great Jamestown Exhibition is the private building of Larkin Co. In this building there will be an interesting display of the Larkin Products and Premiums... The Larkin Building is intended for the entertainment and comfort of the hosts of our friends and customers that will attend the exhibition. ...the object of the Jamestown Exhibition is primarily to celebrate...  Continue... Pp 26-28 0080.10.1110
1907
Larkin Idea, The - June 1907 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Page 15, "Arbor Day at Larkin Co. Bringing a beautiful elm into the grounds of our new Administration Building where it was transplanted. The tree was carefully taken up, loaded on a special truck and brought clear across the city to its new home." Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5 x 8 Pp 32 0080.28.0415
1907 

The Larkin Idea - July 1907 (Published by Larkin Company, Buffalo)

Anonymous "Beauty Wrought by Gardener and Architect." The Larkin Administration Building Conservatories. Includes three photographs. Note: Graphic designs on cover taken from Wright’s interior designs. Original List Price 42 Cents (50 cents per year). 5 x 8. Pp 2-3 0080.03.0205
1907
The Larkin Idea - October 1907 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Page 15, "Large attendance at Larkin Building." One photograph of the Larking Building at the Jamestown Exposition. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5 x 8 Pp 32 0080.36.0517
1907
The Larkin Idea - December 1907 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous The cover incorporates design elements from the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Administration Building. The illustration of the Larkin campus on page 1 includes the Administration Building. Page 3 has a photograph of women "Lunching in the Administration Building Café" after a trip through the Factories. Page 29 includes a photograph of the Larking Building Entrance Fountain. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5 x 7.8 Pp 32 0080.40.1118
1907
Larkin Factory to Family, Dealing Saves Money (Published by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Larkin Co. "The Larkin Factories, Buffalo, N.Y. Over Fifty Acres of Floors, Still Growing." Inside front cover: Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. 5.5 x 8.5 Pp 40 0080.37.1017
1908
1908
Inland Architect & News Record - Volume LII December 1908 (Published by The Inland Architect & News Record) Anonymous "Unity Temple and Unity House, Oak Park, Ill. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect." Photogravure only, no text, Hors-texte Plate, printed single side only. (Copy) 7 x 10. Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago, Ryerson & Burnham Archives. (Sweeney 84) Pp 1 0084.00.0914
1908
The Larkin Idea - January 1908 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5 x 7.75 Pp 32 0085.42.0419
1908
The Larkin Idea - February 1908 The Larkin Company Photo of exterior and interior of the Larkin Building. Also note the cover design.  The elements on the cover are elements on the interior of the building.  Also includes original mailing envelope. Pp 1, 7 0085.01.0702
1908
The Larkin Family Magazine - March 1908 Vol. VIII. No. 1 (Published monthly by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Larkin Co. This publication had a circulation of 300,000. News related to The Larkin Co. Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. This issue does not include any design elements or hints of the Wright designed administration building. 25c a year. 8 x 10.25 Pp 16 0086.16.1017
1908
House Beautiful - April 1908 (Published monthly by The House Beautiful Company, Chicago) Spencer, Robert C., Jr. "The Bath-Room... In the best houses, as in the best hotels, every bedroom and suite must have its private bath. The little seven or eight room house must have at least one small room devoted to soap and water..." Includes one photograph of wall-hung toilet designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Caption: "Fig. 9. A special type of water closet designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect for the Larkin Building, Buffalo, N. Y., and since manufactured as a stock pattern. With some slight modifications...  Continue... Pp 28-30 0085.37.0717
1908
House Beautiful - November 1908 (Published monthly by The House Beautiful Company, Chicago) Spencer, Robert C., Jr. “Decorative use of Stucco and Cement.”  Although Spencer does not mention Wright in the article, three of the photographs are Wright houses, and he is mentioned in the captions  (Winslow 1894, Heller 1896).  Original cover price $0.25.  9.75 x 13. Pp 133-137 0085.04.0907
1908
The Chicago Alumni Magazine - March 1908 (Published monthly by The University of Chicago Alumni Association, The University of Chicago, Chicago.) Advertisement: Como Orchard Land Co. "An Unusual Opportunity." Half page ad for the Como Orchard Land Co. "University Heights, Community and Orchard... with a plan of providing for each investor a summer cabin in an attractive village community. A few Five and Ten-Acre Tracts still available in he division reserved for the University of Chicago..." Related to the Como Orchard Summer Colony (S.144). Original cover price 25c. 9 x 6.5. Digital copy. For more information on the Como Orchard Summer Colony see our Wright Study. P 21 0085.07.1109
1909
1909
Little Journeys To The Homes of Great Business Men - November 1909 (Published six times a year by Elbert Hubbard, Editor and Publisher, East Aurora, New York) Hubbard, Elbert This volume is a biography of H. H. Rogers and includes a portrait. "Done into a Book by the Roycrofters at Their Shop Which Is in East Aurora (a Buffalo suburb), Erie County, New York." Cover design by Dard Hunter. The Larkin Soap Company was founded in Buffalo in 1875, founded by John D. Larkin. Other principles in the company were his two brothers-in-law Elbert Hubbard and William Heath; and Darwin D. Martin, a non-family member. Hubbard is credited for the...  Continue... Pp 127-164 0086.11.0913
1909
Overland Monthly - January 1909 (Published monthly by The Overland Monthly Company, San Francisco, CA and Butte, Montana) Teale, George M. "The Bitter Root Valley." Description and information on the Bitter Root Valley. Includes 22 photographs. Includes information on the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation Co. and W.I. Moody. "...and some day the inhabitants will look back to these days and bless the day that the B. R. V. I. Co. was organized." Moody was involved in financing and promoting the Como Orchard Summer Colony, University Heights (S.144) and...  Continue...  For more information on the Bitter Root Inn see our Wright Study. Pp 59-69 0086.01.1009
1910
1910 The International Studio, An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art - February 1910 (Published monthly by John Lane Company, New York. One copy single February issue, rebound in a hard cover by the Rosenberg Library, Galveston, TX. One copy is a bound Hard Cover which includes November and December, 1909. January and February, 1910.) Anonymous "Art Gallery Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. The new art galleries of W. Scott Thurber, in Chicago, show the fortunate result of treating the housing problem involved with serious attention to the architectural requirements, and of finding a sympathetic architect for the task." Article about the Thurber Art Gallery "...situated in the top and fifth floor of the Fine Arts Building in a new addition to the building proper (the Annex)." Includes three photographs...  Continue...  (Sweeney 94) Pp XCV -XCVI 0094.00.0402 0094.13.0111
1911
  Sweeney 97: Prairie School Review - No 1, 1969. Volume VI, Number 1    
 

Sweeney 98: Architectural Forum - June 1969

     
  Sweeney 99: Architectural Record - March 1969    
 1911
Prairie School Architecture. Studies from ‘The Western Architect’ (Hard Cover) Published by University of Toronto Press, Toronto and Buffalo) Brooks, H. Allen A reprint of ‘The Western Architect’, December 1911 issue (S#102C)."City National Bank of Mason City, Iowa."  Includes eight photographs and the floor plan...  Continue...  (Sweeney 102)      
1911 Architectural Record - October 1911 Anonymous A departure from Classic Tradition: Two Unusual Houses by Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright. Babson House (Sullivan) and Coonley House (Wright).(Sweeney 104) Pp 326-38 0104.00.0503
1911 Chicago Daily Tribune - Aug 6, 1911. Published by the Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago Tribune. Anonymous Cheney Divorces Wife Who Eloped. Oak Park Man Given Custody of Children She Deserted to Flee Abroad. Affinity Tired of Her. Frank L. Wright Received by Spouse After "Spiritual Hegira." (See full article under references file) 6.5 x 16. Pg 3 0104.03.0609
1911 House Beautiful - October 1911 (Published monthly by The House Beautiful Company, New York) White, Charles E. “House Design: Good Taste and Poor Taste."  Image of the Frank Thomas Residence, Oak Park (S.067).  “Plate O. - Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. Casement Window with Pattern of Metal Bar.” Original cover price 25c.  9.25 x 12.75. Pp 132 0104.01.0706
1911 The International Studio - April 1911 (Published Monthly by the John Lane Company, New York) Peattie, Elia W. "The fine Arts Building in Chicago. The Fine Arts Building in Chicago is remarkable among such enterprises as housing within its walls so great a proportion of the artistic, intellectual literary and educational interests of a great city. The building is occupied by sculptors, painters, actors, musicians, writers, illustrators, etchers, gold and silversmiths, carvers, decorators, publishers of special editions...  Continue...  (For additional information see our Study of the Browne's Bookstore.) Pp XLIV-XLVI 0104.08.0211
 

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1912
1912 Architectural Record - January 1912 (Bound Volume 31) Schuyler, Montgomery Related: The People’s Saving Bank of Cedar Rapids, Iowa - Louis H. Sullivan, Architect. Comment about Wright on page 46. Pp 44-56 0114.01.0502
1912
Architectural Record - April 1912 (Second Copy) (Published monthly by The Architectural Record Company, New York City) (Single issue and Bound Volume 32) Schuyler, Montgomery "An Architectural Pioneer: Review of the Portfolios containing the works of Frank Lloyd Wright." Book review of the 1910 Wasmuth portfolios. "Such works of Frank Lloyd Wright as he thinks worth preserving in pictorial presentation, and as probably profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, have just been issued in two large and handsome portfolios, from the press of Ernst Warmuth [s.i.c.] in Berlin... Meanwhile, it is hard to see how...  Continue...  (Sweeney 91) Pp 427-436 0091.00.0416 0091.00.0502
1912
American Homes & Garden - March 1912 (Hard bound volume, January - December 1912) (Published monthly by Munn & Co., Inc., New York) Ames, Robert Leonard "A Western Suburban House." The Frank J. Baker Residence, Wilmette, IL (1909 - S.151). "For lack of a better name ‘Western Architecture’ has come to be used in designating the style peculiar to certain of these architects, who have paid particular attention to the building of suburban houses, among whom the name of Frank Lloyd Wright, who designed the house at Wilmette, Illinois, here illustrated, stands conspicuously prominent in any discussion of the distinct...  Continue... (Sweeney 112) Pp 86-89 0112.00.0214
1912 Architectural Record - August 1912 (Bound Volume 32) Gilbert, Cass; Frank Lloyd Wright Daniel Hudson Burnham, An Appreciation. Includes a eulogy by Wright on page 184.  (Sweeney 114) Pp 175-85 0114.00.0502
1912 Country Life in America - September 15, 1912  (Published twice a month by Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, N.Y.) White, Charles E. Jr. “Insurgent architecture in the Middle West.  The out-of-the-ordinary style that has been developed by the Chicago School of Architects - Its meaning and its destiny.  ...It is to Mr. Wright that we are chiefly indebted for the illustrations used in this article.  Mr. Wright has developed insurgent architecture beyond the point where Mr. Sullivan in his prime left it...” Not specifically about Wright, but of the nine photographs six are Wright’s.  Also includes one illustration. Original cover price 25 cents. 10.4 x 14.25. Pp 15-18 0114.02.0907
1912
Detroit Free Press - February 4, 1912 (Published by The Detroit Free Press, Detroit) New York Herald Co. Single page printed in color, from the Detroit Free Press, written by New York Herald Co. Now It’s The "Spiritual Hegira." Extraordinary Wright-Cheney Case, in Which the Principles Defied Public Opinion in Defense of a "Principal." "Forms are not sacred. The spirit alone is. There is one thing of greater importance than the home of yesterday, and that is the home of to-morrow." Thus is epitomized the philosophy of life of Frank Lloyd Wright, of Chicago. In perfect accord with his views, he says, is Mamah Bouton...  Continue...   Pp 6 0114.24.0218
1912 Larkin Idea, The - April 1912 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous "An Hour At The Home of The Larkin Idea... Every year forty-five thousand people thoroughly enjoy this trip through the Larkin Factories and Administration Building, the later being the largest and most completely appointed private office-building in the world... In the Larkin Restaurant, on the top floor of the Administration Building, Wholesome and dainty refreshments will be served to you and we are quite certain that you will...  Continue...   Pp Cover 1, 3-5 0114.04.1110
1913
1913 Architectural Record - June 1913 (Published by The Architectural Record Company, New York) Lippincott, Roy A. The Chicago Architectural Club, Notes on the 26th Ann Exhibition.  Includes two images by Wright, The Hotel Lake Geneva and The Hotel Madison (project).  Original List Price 25 cents. 7 x 10. (Sweeney 117) Pp 567-73 0117.00.0401
1913 Bulletin and Review of the Keats-Shelley Memorial, Rome. No. 2. (Published by The Keats-Shelley Memorial Rome, Printed by Macmillan & Co., Ltd, London. The Macmillan Co., New York.) Edited by: Rodd, Sir Rennell and Gay, H. Nelson Since the publication of the Bulletin and Review of the Keats-Shelley Memorial, Rome No. 1, the development of the Association has been most gratifying to its supporters... Includes articles by H. Buxton Forman, Rennell Rodd, Mrs. Leigh Hunt, Leigh Hunt and Rennell Rodd. It lists the Second Thousand Works acquired by the Library. There are seven plates, one of which is a Portrait of Keats on his death bed by Joseph...  Continue...   (Relates to study of The Eve of St, Agnes) Pp 197 0120.12.1211
1913 The Brickbuilder - March 1913 (Published by Rogers and Manson Company, New York, Boston) Wright, Frank Lloyd Quarter Page Ad: "Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright" 1910. Original List Price 42 Cents. 10.75 x 13.5. Pp Inside Back Cover 0120.01.0305
1913 House Beautiful - October 1913  (Published monthly by The House Beautiful Company, New York) White, Charles E. Jr. “The Best Way to Use Cement”.  Incorporating cement plaster as an exterior covering.  Although Wright is never mentioned in the article, out of the 13 photographs, five are Wright homes, and two captions credit Wright as the architect.  Fig. A  Tomek Residence (1904);  Fig. D  Fricke Residence (1901); Fig. E  Coonley Residence (1907);  Fig. K  Hickox Residence (1900);  Fig. L  Brown Residence (1905).  Original cover price 25c.  9.75 x 12.5. Pp 130-134 0120.02.1006
1913 Banff Crag & Canyon - October 11, 1913 (Published weekly by the Banff Crag & Canyon, Banff, Alberta) Anonymous "Recreation Building. The sealed tenders for the new recreation building to be erected on the south side of the river have been sent to Ottawa, where the decision awarding the contract will be made. Superintendant Clarke hopes to have the building enclosed before cold weather sets in... Work on the recreation grounds has been progressing..." (Photocopy courtesy of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Alberta.) 2.5 x 4. For more information on the Banff National Park Pavilion see our Wright Study. - 0120.05.0910
1913 Banff Crag & Canyon - October 18, 1913 (Published weekly by the Banff Crag & Canyon, Banff, Alberta) Anonymous "Work is Started - On the New $20,000 Recreation Building. Preliminary work was started... The structure will be of rustic frame, one storey in height, with cement and rubble foundation. The outside dimension will be 50x200 feet... The contract has been awarded to Bennett, Debman & Co., of Calgary, and calls for the completion of the building by the first of May..." (Photocopy courtesy of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Alberta.) 2.5 x 6.5. For more information on the Banff National Park Pavilion see our Wright Study. - 0120.06.0910
1913 Banff Crag & Canyon - December 6, 1913 (Published weekly by the Banff Crag & Canyon, Banff, Alberta) Anonymous "It is true a recreation building is now under construction... but the building is only suitable for a very few summer sports, picnicers’ lounging place and drinking of afternoon tea, during four months of the year... The original plans, as outlined by men who would use the building as outlined by men who would use the building and presumably know something of what was required, called for...  Continue...   For more information on the Banff National Park Pavilion see our Wright Study. - 0120.07.0910
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The Delineator - November 1913 (Published monthly by The Butterick Publishing Company, New York) Goodnow, Ruby Ross "You Could Plan That Cottage on These New House Designs From Out West. From the Western States has recently come the most original architecture America has yet produced, a startlingly daring departure from all the traditions of our forefathers and yet really beautiful and wholly practical... Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan and Howard Shaw... Mr. Wright’s house is strikingly suggestive of the great distances of the West, of the long horizontal lines of the plains, of the...  Continue...   Pp 21 0120.17.0515
1913 The Dial - June 1, 1913 (Published on the 1st and 16th of each month by The Dial Company, Chicago) Anonymous Francis Fisher Browne. 1843-1913. "Something less than three weeks ago there died in California the man who conceived, projected, and for nearly a third of a century conducted this journal... When the regiment was discharged, in 1863, he decided to take up the study of law... and a year or two later began a brief course in the law department of the University of Michigan. He was unable to continue in college...  Continue...   (For additional information see our Study of the Browne's Bookstore.) Pp 437-443 0120.09.0311
1913 The Dial - June 16, 1913 (Published on the 1st and 16th of each month by The Dial Company, Chicago) Muir, John Eulogy written by John Muir about his friend Browne, and published in the Dial. "Browne the Beloved.* Francis Fisher Browne, or Browne the Beloved as I like to call him, was one of the finest and rarest men I ever knew. During the last five or six years of his life, when I came to know him intimately, my love and admiration have been constantly growing as the noble strength and beauty of his character came more and more...  Continue...   (For additional information see our Study of the Browne's Bookstore.) Pp 492 0120.10.0311
1913 The American Review of Reviews, July 1913 (Published monthly by The Review of Reviews Company, New York) Edited by Shaw, Albert "The ‘Dial’s’ Puritan Editor. On more than one occasion in years past the Review has made reference to the admirable editorial work of Mr. Francis Fisher Browne, of the Dial (Chicago). The recent death of Mr. Browne in Southern California, after many years of ill-health, has called forth many tributes from literary men and from those of other callings who know and appreciated the qualities of his work...  Continue...  (For additional information see our Study of the Browne's Bookstore.) Pp 115-116 0120.08.0311
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The Mentor - December 15, 1913 (Published by The Mentor Association, Inc. Includes six loose intaglio-gravure portraits of six poets: Browning, Byron, Keats, Shelley, Tennyson, Wordsworth) Mabie, Hamilton W.; Illustration by P. Kramer "Famous English Poets." Article includes information on six poets, including John Keats. "Keats’ Love of Beauty. The poets of the first quarter of the last century died young... Keats at twenty six... Shelley and Keats were rapidly gaining power when the end came." Includes six loose portraits, one of John Keats after...  Continue...   For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 1-11, Six single sheets 0120.16.1214
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The Printing Art - October, 1913 (Published monthly by The University Press, Cambridge, Mass.)
Anonymous "The Work of Ralph Fletcher Seymour. Eight pages of typographic and other examples designed by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Fine Arts Building, Chicago." Includes 16 examples of the work of Ralph Fletcher Seymour. Digital copy. 8.5 x 11 Pp 117-124 0120.20.1118
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Architectural Record - May 1914 (Published by The Architectural Record Company, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In the Cause of Architecture. Second Paper. ‘Style, Therefore, will be the Man. It is His. Let His Forms Alone.’ Note. – In connection with the exhibition at the Chicago Art Institute of the Chicago Architectural Club during April and May, there will be an individual exhibition by Frank Lloyd Wright of the Work done by him since his return from Europe. Some of the subjects shown will be the drawings of the New Imperial Hotel at Tokyo, the Midway Gardens at Chicago...  Continue...  (Sweeney 124) Pp 405-413 0124.00.0114
1914 Banff Crag & Canyon - June 13, 1914 (Published weekly by the Banff Crag & Canyon, Banff, Alberta) Anonymous "Banff Improvements. Sup’t Clarke went down to Calgary on Monday night and all the city papers, Tuesday, contained articles on ‘Improvements Projected at Banff’... Just what use the government will make of the pavilion erected at the recreation grounds last winter... neglected to inform the press of Calgary... Crag and Canyon has contended that the present building was utterly useless and the money used in construction wasted..." (Photocopy courtesy of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Alberta.) 2.5 x 6.5. For more information on the Banff National Park Pavilion see our Wright Study. - 0124.10.0910
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The Dodgeville Chronicle - August 21, 1914 (Republished January 6, 2000 by The Dodgeville Chronicle, Dodgeville, Wisconsin) Anonymous Dodgeville is located 18 miles south of Spring green and is the county seat. "Our most famous article. The following story appeared in our August 14 (21), 1914 addition. No one story in the last 100 years has been reproduced as much as this one. It involves the murders at Frank Lloyd Wright's home near Spring Green, Wisconsin. This article has been written about in magazines, appeared on television and even 86 years later we still get requests from all over the United States for copies of it...  Continue...   Pp 3 0124.36.0819
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The Dodgeville Chronicle - September 25, 1914; October 2, 1914; October 9, 1914 (Republished January 20, 2000 by The Dodgeville Chronicle, Dodgeville, Wisconsin) Anonymous Dodgeville is located 18 miles south of Spring green and is the county seat. "The Rest of the Story. Two weeks ago in a special issue of The Dodgeville Chronicle, we re-printed an August 21, 1914 article about the murders at Frank Lloyd Wright's home. Since the reprint we have had several calls and letters… This week we are reprinting three articles that will give our readers the end of the story."
1) September 25, 1914: "Negro Slayer Will Be Tried next Week. The case of Julian Carlton, The Negro chef who is charged with the recent tragedy at the Wright bungalow at Hillside, in which seven people were murdered and two others seriously injured and the building almost totally destroyed by fire, will have his trial at the courthouse in this city next week..."
2) October 2, 1914: "Condition of Negro Causes Postponement. Julian Carlton, the Negro chef who is charged with the murder of seven people, assault with intent to kill two more people and of arson, was brought before Judge Clementson of the Iowa county circuit court in the city Tuesday afternoon on the charge of murder... Carlton was carried into the court room by two deputy sheriffs. He feigned unconsciousness, as he did in the preliminary hearing, And was later laid upon a cot..."
3) October 9, 1914: "Negro Slayer Succeeds in Starving Self. Julian Carlton, the Negro chef who killed Mrs. Mamah Borthwick and her two children... When he was first brought to the city he weighed in the neighborhood of 150 pounds but at the time of death it is doubtful if he would weigh more than 90 pounds..." Includes one photograph of Julian Carlton. 13.75 x 22.75
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1914 The Detroit Tribune - August 16, 1914 (Published daily) Anonymous 1) Spring Green, Wis., Aug. 15. - “Negro Fires ‘Love Bungalow.’  Slays Architect’s Soul Mate and Cuts Down Eight Others.  Puts Torch to Wisconsin Cottage of Frank Lloyd Wright, of Chicago, and Kills Six and Injures Three as They Crawl Out of Window.”  Accounts in graphic detail the death of Mrs. Mamah Bouton Borthwick, her two children Martha and John, four others and two seriously injured. Includes one photograph. 2) Chicago, Aug. 15. - “Frank Lloyd Wright was in his...  Continue...   1) Pp 1-2

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The Larkin Idea - February 1914 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.3 x 8.3 Pp 38 0124.33.0619
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The Larkin Idea - May 1914 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.25 x 8.25 Pp 38 0124.26.1117
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The Larkin Idea - July 1914 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.25 x 8.25 Pp 38 0124.30.0419
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The Larkin Idea - August 1914 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.25 x 8.25 Pp 38 0124.27.1117
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The Larkin Idea - September 1914 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.25 x 8.25 Pp 38 0124.29.0419
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The Larkin Idea - November 1914 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2 Pp 38 0124.31.0419
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The Weekly Home News (Spring Green) - August 20, 1914 (Published by The Weekly Home News, Spring Green, Wisconsin) W. R. Purdy, Editor 1) "Negro Murder of Seven. Sets Fire to Country Home of Frank Lloyd Wright near Spring Green. Kills Victims with Hatchet as They Attempt to Escape Through Only Unbarred Exit. Julian Carlton, the Murderer, Captured and Safe in the County... Continue...
2) Frank Lloyd Wright to His Neighbors. To you who have rallied so bravely and well to our assistance – to you who have been invariably kind to us all – I would say something to defend a brave and lovely woman from the pestilential touch of stories... Continue...
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The Little Review - October 1915 (Published monthly by Margaret C. Anderson, Fine Arts Building, Chicago) Key, Ellen "Romain Rolland. (Authorized translation from the Swedish by Mamah Bouton Borthwick. Copyright 1914.) Rolland’s serialized novel Jean Christophe won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1915. Borthwick had earlier translated other work by Key. "The Morality of Woman and other Essays" 1911, "Love and Ethics" 1912, "The Torpedo Under the Ark" 1912, and "The Woman Movement" 1912. This issue also published seven poems by Ben Hecht. Original cover price 15 cents. 6.75 x 10 (Sweeney 126) Pp 22-30 0126.00.0317
1915 The International Studio - May 1915 (Published Monthly by John Lane Co., New York) Sell, Henry Blackman Interpretation, Not Imitation: Work of Frank Lloyd Wright.  Includes seven photographs of Midway Gardens.  Original Cover Price 50 cents. (Sweeney 127) Pp 79-83 0127.00.0501
Ad - Chicago Portland Cement Photo of Midway Garden "Spindle" Sprite.  Original Cover Price 50 cents. Pp b 23 0127.01.0501
1915 Architectural Record - October 1915 (Published by The Architectural Record Company, New York) White, Peter B. "Country House Architecture in the Middle West." Includes Wright in text. Also includes five photographs and one illustration of "Estate of Frank Lloyd Wright, Spring Green, Wis." (Taliesin). Original List Price 35 cents. 7 x 10.  (Sweeney 128) Pp 385-395 0128.00.0405
Ad - The General Fireproofing Co. Ad with photograph of the Ward Willits Residence (1901). Herringbone Rigid Metal Lath, General Fireproofing Co. Original List Price 35 cents. 7 x 10. Pp 72 0128.01.0405
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Detroit Free Press - November 28, 1915 (Published daily by The Detroit Free Press, Detroit, Michigan) Van Duzer, Winifred Wright’s Seduction. Full page article, page one. The Love Letters of the New "Companion" of "Love Bungalow. Taliesin is open again. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect, artist, eccentric, philosopher, romancer and seeker after the absolute, so christened his bizarre and beautiful country home on the Wisconsin River near Spring Green, Wis., after Taliesin, son of St. Henwig, chief of the bards in the time of King Arthur... Their life together has already been marred by Mrs. Nellie Breen, a discharged servant...  Continue... Pp 1 0128.56.1118
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The Larkin Idea - February 1915 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. The "LCo" monogram has been incorporated into the cover illustration. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2 Pp 38 0128.60.0419
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The Larkin Idea - June 1915 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Frank Lloyd Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2 Pp 38 0128.62.0519
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The Larkin Idea - August 1915 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2 Pp 38 0128.59.0419
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The Larkin Idea - September 1915 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Frank Lloyd Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. The "Lco" monogram appears on the back cover. Also, folded and placed within the pages is a one page order sheet, printed two sides. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2. Order sheet 8.5 x 11.75. Pp 38 0128.63.0519
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The Larkin Idea - November 1915 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Frank Lloyd Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8. Pp 38 0128.64.0519
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Poetry, A Magazine of Verse (Published monthly by Seymour, Daughaday and Company, Fine Arts Building, Chicago) Edited by Harriet Monroe

In 1912 Harriet Monroe approached Seymour about designing and publishing a new literary journal, Poetry Magazine. (Caxtonian, May, 2011, P. 4) The first issue was published in October. Copyright Harriet Monroe. Harriet Monroe, Editor. The Ralph Fletcher Seymour Company, Printers, Chicago. It is not indicated, but the cover was most likely designed by Seymour. Page 38 included an ad for Seymour, including the three books translated by Mamah Bouton Borthwick...  Continue...

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The Western Architect- April 1916 (Published monthly by The Western Architect, Inc., Chicago) McLean, Robert Craik "The Chicago Architectural Exhibition of 1916. For twenty-seven successive years the Chicago Architectural Club annually presented to the general public examples of the best work of the year by architects, sculptors and decorative painters, not only of Chicago, but the country at large... Three of these early members of the club are now engaged upon the most notable works performed by "foreign" architects in the history of the modern world. Walter Burley Griffin won a world's competition...  Continue... Pp 32-34 0136.02.0317
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The Western Architect - September 1916 (Digital) (Published monthly by The Western Architect, Inc., Chicago) Wright, Frank Lloyd The text of a speech given in Chicago in 1916: "The American System of House Building. Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright, famous Chicago architect, recently talked before a body of Chicago business men concerning his American System of House Building. This System is being handled in a commercial way by the Richards Company of Milwaukee, but the directing genius back of the plan itself and the designer of all the houses is Mr. Wright. In his talk before the Chicago business men, Mr. Wright said...  Continue...  (Sweeney 136) Pp 121-123 0136.00.0317
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The Architect and Engineer of California - November 1916 (Digital) (Published monthly by The Architect and Engineer of California) Wright, Frank Lloyd The text of a speech given in Chicago in 1916: "The American System of House Building. Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright, famous Eastern architect, recently talked before a body of Chicago business men concerning his American System of House Building. This system is being handled in a commercial way by the Richards Company of Milwaukee, but the directing genius back of the plan itself and the designer of all the houses is Mr. Wright. In his talk before the Chicago business men. Mr. Wright said : "I hesitated...  Continue... Pp 73-74 0136.01.0317
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The Larkin Idea, The - March 1916 (Published monthly by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Frank Lloyd Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2 Pp 38 0136.03.1017
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The Larkin Idea - April 1916 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Frank Lloyd Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2. Pp 38 0136.09.0519
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The Larkin Idea - May 1916 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Frank Lloyd Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Page 3 includes a photograph of the Larkin Administration Building Restaurant. Caption: "The unusual richness of architecture and furnishings create a Restaurant of inviting charm that impresses all who enter it." Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2. Pp 38 0136.10.0519
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The Larkin Idea - June 1916 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2 Pp 38 0136.06.0419
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Poetry, A Magazine of Verse - February 1916 (Published monthly by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Fine Arts Building, Chicago) Edited by Harriet Monroe In 1912 Harriet Monroe approached Seymour about designing and publishing a new literary journal, Poetry Magazine. (Caxtonian, May, 2011, P. 4) The first issue was published in October. Copyright Harriet Monroe. Harriet Monroe, Editor. The Ralph Fletcher Seymour Company, Printers, Chicago. It is not indicated, but the cover was most likely designed by Seymour. Original cover price 15 cents, Annual Subscription $1.50. 5.5 x 8. Pp 217-270 0132.23.0217
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Poetry, A Magazine of Verse - March 1916 (Published monthly by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Fine Arts Building, Chicago) Edited by Harriet Monroe In 1912 Harriet Monroe approached Seymour about designing and publishing a new literary journal, Poetry Magazine. (Caxtonian, May, 2011, P. 4) The first issue was published in October. Copyright Harriet Monroe. Harriet Monroe, Editor. The Ralph Fletcher Seymour Company, Printers, Chicago. It is not indicated, but the cover was most likely designed by Seymour. Original cover price 15 cents, Annual Subscription $1.50. 5.5 x 8. Pp 271-326 0132.24.0217
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Chicago Tribune - March 4, 1917 (Published by The Chicago Tribune, Chicago) Pettit & Rockwell Ad for American System-Built Homes. –"that comfort and utility may go hand in hand with beauty." Frank Lloyd Wright. "American Homes. You who contemplate building a home – fortunately you are now able to have a house as artistically beautiful as it is convenient and conformable. The American System of home building enables you to secure houses – correct and charming in design, perfect in taste and intelligent in arrangement – putting at your command the services of Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s foremost...  Continue... P 7 0138.16.0317
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Chicago Tribune - June 3, 1917 (Published by The Chicago Tribune, Chicago) Pettit & Rockwell Ad for American System-Built Homes. "Good News About Homes. There’s a bright, cheerful home waiting for your family and you. Most beautiful? Yes, it will have that rare thing – genuine architectural beauty – designed by a leader of architects. You select your plan. It is built to your order – your own. Designed by America’s great creative architect, Frank Lloyd Wright..." Caption under illustration: "This home is being built in Ridge Homes, the new restricted residential sub-division now being offered by Burnhans-Ellinwood...  Continue... P 7 0138.17.0317
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Chicago Tribune - July 8, 1917 (Published by The Chicago Tribune, Chicago) Pettit & Rockwell Full page ad for American System-Built Homes. "You Can Own An American Home. Before the summer is over you can be the possessor of an American Home... This is Distinctly American Architecture. American Homes reflect American spirit. They are the most recent triumph of Frank Lloyd Wright, recognized at home and abroad as America’s greatest architect. His fame is world-wide, through his most important work has been to teach the American people how they can live in houses that are beautiful, convenient, and...  Continue... P 9 0138.18.0317
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Keith’s Magazine On Home Building - January 1917 (Digital) (Published monthly by M. L. Keith, Minneapolis, Minn) Wright, Frank Lloyd Excerpt from a speech given in Chicago in 1916 on The American System of House Building. "The Machine and Art. In all of my work from the beginning I have had faith in the machine as the characteristic tool of my times, therefore an artist's tool. I have believed that this tool put into an artist's hand could be a real benefit to our civilization. I believe that the architecture in America that fails to take into account the machine and modern organization tendencies is going to be of no great benefit to the people. Of course...  Continue... Pp 70, 72 0138.14.0317
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Keith’s Magazine On Home Building - February 1917 (Digital) (Published monthly by M. L. Keith, Minneapolis, Minn) Wright, Frank Lloyd The text of a speech given in Chicago in 1916: "The American System of House Building. Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright, famous Chicago architect, recently talked before a body of Chicago business men concerning his American System of House Building. "I hesitated a long time before I decided that I would undertake a thing of this nature. It is something I have always believed could be done here in America better than anywhere else in the world. In all of my work from the beginning, I have had faith in the machine as...  Continue... Pp 144 0138.15.0317
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The Larkin Idea - February 1917 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.1 x 8 Pp 38 0138.26.0619
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The Larkin Idea - July 1917 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8. Pp 38 0138.28.0919
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The Larkin Idea - August 1917 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Frank Lloyd Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8. Pp 38 0138.25.0619
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The Larkin Idea - November 1917 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.1 x 8 Pp 38 0138.27.0719
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1918 American Photography - June 1918 (Published monthly by American Photography Publishing Co., Boston, Mass.) Lane, Gilman "A Daylight Enlarger to be used in any Lighted Room. Not every amateur has yet solved the problem of successful enlarging. Perhaps he has a small darkroom far removed from a good outside light, and cannot expend the amount of money necessary to buy an artificial illuminating apparatus – including condenser..." Gilman Lane photographed many of Frank Lloyd Wright’s building in the Midwest. Includes four illustrations and one photograph which may be a self portrait. 6.5 x 9.5. (Digital version.) Pp 364-365 0139.05.1011
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Wendingen II - No. 6, June 1919 (Published by de Hooge Brug, Amsterdam. Approximately 1,000 copies printed of which 50 were the deluxe edition. All copies published in Dutch. ) Cover design: Lithograph by Johan Luger. Wendingen, was published from 1918 through 1931, by ‘‘Architectura et amicitia’’, an Amsterdam-based society, and developed into the major representative of the Amsterdam School Wils, Jan "The New Time. Some thoughts on the Work of Frank Lloyd Wright. In de laatste jaren pas is het den kunstenaars bewust geworden, dat een waarlijk moderne kunst niet steunt op vormen, die in 't wilde weg gegrepen zijn, maar haar oorsprong slechts vindt en een vasten ondergrond heeft in datgene, wat men den tijdgeest noemt. Het is het bewustzijn, dat moest komen na de vele decepties, die elke willekeurige,persoonlijke uiting weer meebracht, persoonlijk...  Continue...  (Sweeney 142) Pp 14-15 0142.00.1114
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The Larkin Idea - October 1919 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous The cover illustration includes the "LCo" Monogram on the box, lower left hand corner. Page ii - Portrait of John D. Larkin. Page one - Illustration of campus with Frank Lloyd Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Also on pages 1-3, an article by Darwin S. Martin: "The Larkin Co-operative Ownership Plan. Two Thousand Employees Are Part Owners and Share in Profits of the Larkin Business. No Change in Management..." Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.1 x 8. Pp 38 0141.10.0619
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The Larkin Idea - December 1919 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page three - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8.2 Pp 38 0141.09.0419
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Banff Crag & Canyon - July 10, 1920 (Published weekly by the Banff Crag & Canyon, Banff, Alberta) Anonymous "The grounds in front of the recreation building were under water last week, and it was possible for a man, if so inclined, to wade out to the building, sit on the steps and fish... They are neither ornamental nor useful except as a standing monument to the incapacity of Parks Commissioner Harkin." (Photocopy courtesy of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Alberta.) 2.5 x 1.75. For more information on the Banff National Park Pavilion see our Wright Study. - 0142.07.0910
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The Larkin Idea - April 1920 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8 Pp 32 0142.19.0719
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Wendingen - IV No. 11 1921 (Published by de Hooge Brug, Amsterdam.  English version. 200 standard edition soft cover copies were published and 75 deluxe copies with heavier paper and hard covers were produced.  This is the soft cover edition.)  Cover design: Lithograph after a drawing by E.L. Lissitzky (1890-1941). This was among his first commissions upon leaving Russia.  Wendingen, was published from 1918 through 1931,  by ‘‘Architectura et... Berlage, H. P. “Frank Lloyd Wright.”  This issue was devoted to Wright.  It includes 22 photographs and renderings of Wright's work, including Midway Gardens, Taliesin, the Imperial Hotel, and the Barnsdale Theatre.  A further seven issues of Wendingen would be devoted to Wright in 1925-1926.  21 of the 22 images were later repeated in the seven issues and also the published book “The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright” 1925.  Page 2 (published...  Continue...   (Sweeney 143) Pp 2-18 0143.00.0207
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Larkin Idea, The - December 1922 (Published monthly by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Larkin Co. Page three- Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. 5 x 8 Pp 32 0147.13.1017
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Architectural Record - April 1923 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp., New York) Sullivan, Louis H. "Concerning The Imperial Hotel - Tokyo, Japan. ...This great work is the masterpiece of Frank Lloyd Wright, a great free spirit, whose fame as a master of ideas is an accomplished world-wide fact. Through prior visits he had discerned, and added to the wealth of his own rich nature, the spirit, as evidenced in forms, of the ideals of Old Japan, which still persist, in slumber, among its living people, needing but the awakening touch... In this regard the Imperial Hotel...  Continue... (Sweeney 154) Pp 332-352 0154.00.0615
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The Western Architect - November 1923 (Published monthly by The Western Architect, Chicago) Wright, Frank Lloyd “In the Cause of Architecture, in the wake of the Quake concerning the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo."  Part one of two parts, part two in February 1924, S#162.  Includes two photographs.  Original cover price $0.50.  9 x 12. (Sweeney 155) Pp129-132 0155.00.0906
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The American Architect and The Architectural Review - June 20, 1923  (Published by The Architectural and Building Press, Inc.)

Swartout, Egerton "Review of Recent Architectural Magazines." Includes review of Wright and two photos of Imperial Hotel. Original List Price 50 cents. 9 x 12. Pp 574-578 0156.01.0205
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Architectural Record - February 1924 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp., New York) Floto, Julius "Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan." Begins with: "Extracts from a report to Frank Lloyd Wright by Enod San, Assistant to Mr. Wright during construction of the building. Dated September 8, 1923... Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial Hotel stands practically uninjured after resisting the most severe seismic shocks, both in intensity and duration, the civilized world has ever recorded. Surrounded by ruins the Imperial stands, a symbol of progress and a lasting tribute...  Continue... (Sweeney 159) Pp 118-123 0159.00.0615
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Architectural Record - February 1924 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp., New York) Sullivan, Louis H. "Reflections on the Tokyo Disaster. ...The emergence, unharmed, of the Imperial Hotel, from the heartrending horrors of the Tokyo disaster, takes on, at once, momentous importance in the world of modern thought, as a triumph of the living and the real over the credulous, the fantastic, and the insane... The architect of the Imperial Hotel, whose name by the way is Frank Lloyd Wright, a fact I should in all honor have mentioned earlier, had I not been so... Continue... (Sweeney 161) Pp 113-117 0161.00.0615
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Architectural Record - June 1924 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp., New York) Rebori, A. N. (Side Note) "Louis H Sullivan (1856-1924). Louis H Sullivan passed away quietly on Monday, April 14, 1924, after a week’s illness, of hear failure. As far as the material world is concerned, he ceased to exist some fifteen years ago. The last years of his life were spent in writing and in executing small commissions for appreciative clients... These few tokens of appreciation, coming as they do from unbiased architectural opinion, show the high place in which the works of... Continue... Pp 586-587 0161.01.0615
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The Western Architect - February 1924 (Published monthly by The Western Architect, Inc., Chicago)
Wright, Frank Lloyd "In The Cause of Architecture. In The Wake of The Quake. Concerning The Imperial Hotel, Tokio." A conclusion of an article concerning the Imperial Hotel. Part one was published in the November 1923 issue of The Western Architect. Part Two Includes: IV. Changes As The Work Proceeded. Some changes to program had to be made. I had intended to cast the concrete piles in a board hole, inserting them with no disturbance of the old layers of topsoil, bringing over boring machines for this purpose... Continue... (Sweeney 162) Pp 17-20 0162.00.0319
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Prairie School Architecture. Studies from ‘The Western Architect’ (Hard Cover) Published by University of Toronto Press, Toronto and Buffalo) Brooks, H. Allen A reprint of ‘The Western Architect’,  June 1924 Issue "Louis Henry Sullivan, Beloved Master," by Frank Lloyd Wright...  Continue...  (Sweeney 163)      
1924
Architectural Record - July 1924 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Louis H Sullivan - His Work. Louis Sullivan’s great value as an Artist-Architect - alive or dead - lies in his firm grasp of principle. He knew the truths of Architecture as I believe no one before him knew them. And profoundly he realized them. This illumination of his was the more remarkable a vision when all around him cultural mists hung low to 0bscure or blight every dawning hope of a finer beauty in the matter of this world... When he brought in the board with the motive of the Wainwright Building outlined...  Continue...  (Sweeney 164) Pp 28-32 0164.00.0417
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Sweeney 166: Prairie School Review - No 1, 1966

     
1925

Wendingen VII No. 4 1925.  Second issue of seven part series.

Wright, Frank Lloyd All seven issue were devoted to Wright. All seven issues were combined into a bound volume Sweeney 165, 1925. Reprinted by Horizon in 1965. Pages were double folded just like bound issues. This issue originally belonged to Alfonso Iannelli, Sculptor of many of Wright’s projects including the Sprites for Midway Gardens.  Authenticated by Kelmscott Gallery. Pp 25-52 0168.02.0504
1925
Wendingen VII No. 5 1925.  Third issue of seven part series. Wright, Frank Lloyd All seven issue were devoted to Wright. All seven issues were combined into a bound volume Sweeney 165, 1925. Reprinted by Horizon in 1965. Pages were double folded just like bound issues. This issue originally belonged to Alfonso Iannelli, Sculptor of many of Wright’s projects including the Sprites for Midway Gardens.  Authenticated by Kelmscott Gallery. Pp 53-76 0168.03.0504
1927
1927
Cahiers D’ Art - No. 9 Anonymous Parmi les figures les plus marquantes de la renovation architectuirale il faut compter Frank Lloyd Wright, l'architecte americain, si meconnu a ses debuts et qui excerce aujourd'hui une influence capitale. Il est avec Tony Garnier, en France, Otto Wagner en Autriche, Behrens en Allemagne, Berlage en HollandeVan de Velde en Belgique, un des grans promoteurs de ce mouvement architectural qui, en cherchant d'exactes correspondances avec I'esprit moderne, a retrouve les grands...  Continue...  (Sweeney 192) Pp 322-328 0192.00.0417
1927
Architectural Record - December 1927  (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) 1) Wright, Frank Lloyd  2) Rebori, A. N. 1) “La Miniatura” - Residence of Mrs. George Madison Millard, Pasadena, Calif. The First Textile-Block Slab House Constructed by Frank Lloyd Wright.”   2) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Textile-Block Slab Construction” “The work of Frank Lloyd Wright presented in a volume recently published in Holland bears conclusive proof that at least one American architect has created a vital Modern architecture from new materials, new methods and new construction, conforming to...  Continue...   (Sweeney 194) 1) Frontispiece (P 448)   2) Pp 449-456 0194.00.0407
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Architectural Record - May 1927 Wright, Frank Lloyd In Cause of Arch: I - The Architect and the Machine  (Sweeney 195) Pp 394 - 396 0195.00.0301
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Architectural Record - June 1927 Frank Lloyd Wright In Cause of Arch: II - Standardization, The Soul of the Machine  (Sweeney 196) Pp 478 - 480 0196.00.0301
1927
Architectural Record - August 1927 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corporation, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd “In Cause of Architecture: Part III, Steel.”  Published as a bound volume in 1975  (S1971).  Original cover price 35 cents.  7.5 x 10.5.  (Sweeney 197) Pp 163-166 0197.00.0707
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Architectural Record - October 1927 Wright, Frank Lloyd In Cause of Arch: IV - Fabrication and Imagination. V - The New World.  (Sweeney 198) Pp 318-324 0198.00.1002
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Architecture - November 1927 (Published monthly by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York) Mumford, Lewis "New York vs. Chicago in Architecture." Mumford touches on Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence. "The New Yorker who prides himself on the architecture of his skyscrapers is perhaps a little surprised to know that most of the European architects who visit this country regarding New York nearly as a stopping-place on their pilgrimage to the middle west... There is no Eastern architect upon whom European attention is so firmly centered as upon Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright; there is no other American...  Continue...   Pp 241-244 0199.02.1019
1927
Arts & Decoration - November 1927 (Published Monthly by Arts & Decoration Publishing Co. Inc., New York, Paris, London) Vreeland, Francis William "A New Art Centre For The Pacific Coast. The California Art Club and the City of Los Angeles Share in the Magnificent Gift of a Beautiful House Surrounded by Picturesque Gardens and Olive Groves. The city of Los Angeles, in conjunction with the California Art Club, has received recently what may be considered its first large gift in the name of art - the presentation of a city recreation centre comprising a large house and eight surrounding acres of beautiful gardens...  Continue... Pp 64-65 0199.01.0711
1928
1928
Creative Art - November 1928 (Published monthly by Albert & Charles Boni, Inc., New York) Haskell, Douglas "Organic Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright. The single passion of Frank Lloyd Wright has been for an architecture universally valid because organic. As the scientist goes far beneath Nature’s appearances for her laws, so he has worked far below the orders and alphabets of finished building for the rule so broad as to permit no exceptions, the necessary base for sentient life..." Includes seven photographs of Ennis House (2), Hollyhock House (3), Coonley Residence and Robie...  Continue... (Sweeney 203) Pp li-lvii 0203.00.0113
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Architecture - June 1928 (Published monthly by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York) Mumford, Lewis "American Architecture To-day. The Second of a Short Series Analyzing and Criticizing our Modern Architecture in Several Important Phases... The most adequate examples of regional architecture in America that I know of are also the freshest and most original: the wooden cottages that Richardson built in the 80s, the concrete houses of Mr. Irving Gill in California, or the varied expressions of locality embodied in Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright's country houses. Mr. Wright is usually looked upon...  Continue...    (Sweeney 204) Pp 301-308 0204.00.1019
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Architectural Record - August 1928 (Two Copies) Wright, Frank Lloyd Fiske Kimball’s New Book: A Review  (Sweeney 205) Pp 172 - 3 0205.00.0101 0205.00.0402
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Architectural Record - January 1928 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corporation, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd “In Cause of Architecture: 1. The Logic of the Plan.”  Includes six illustrations.  Published as a bound volume in 1975 (S1971).  Original cover price 35 cents.  9 x 11.75. Pp 49-57 0206.00.0707
1928
Architectural Record - April 1928 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corporation, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In Cause of Architecture: III. The Meaning of Materials - Stone." Stone, wood, pottery, glass, pigments and aggregates, metals, gems - cast in the industrious maw of mill, kiln and machine to be worked to the architect’s will by human-skill-in-labor. All this to his hand, as the pencil in it makes the marks that disposes of it as he dreams and wills. If he wills well - in use and beauty sympathetic to the creation of which he is creature. If he wills ill, in ugliness and... Continue... (Sweeney 208) Pp 350-356 0208.00.0315
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Architectural Record - May 1928 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In Cause of Architecture: IV. The Meaning of Materials - Wood. From the fantastic totem of the Alaskan - erected for its own sake as a great sculptured pole, seen in its primitive colors far above the snows - to the resilient bow of the American Indian, and from the enormous solid polished tree-trunks upholding the famous great temple-roofs of Japan to the delicate spreading veneers of rare, exotic woods on the surfaces of continental furniture...  Continue...  (Sweeney 209) Pp 481-488 0209.00.0716
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Architectural Record - July 1928 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp, New York) (Two Copies) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In Cause of Architecture: VI. The Meaning of Materials - Glass. Perhaps the greatest difference eventually between ancient and modern buildings will be due to our modern machine-made glass. Glass, in any wide utilitarian sense, is new. Once a precious substance limited in quantity and size, glass and its making have grown so that a perfect clarity of any thickness, quality or dimension is so chap and desirable that our modern world is drifting toward structures...  Continue...  (Sweeney 211) Pp 11-16 0211.00.0402 0211.00.0216
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Architectural Record - August 1928 (Two Copies) Wright, Frank Lloyd In The Cause of Architecture: VII. The Meaning of Materials - Concrete  (Sweeney 212) PP 98-104 0212.00.0101 0212.00.0402
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Architectural Record - October 1928 (Published monthly by Dodge Corporation, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In Cause of Architecture: VIII Sheet Metal and a Modern Instance. The machine is at its best when rolling, cutting, stamping or folding whatever may be fed into it. Mechanical movements are narrowly limited unless built up like the timer of a Corliss engine or like a linotype. The movements easiest of all are rotary, next, the press or hammer, and the lift and slide works together with either or both. In these we have pretty much the powers of the "Brute." But infinite are the...  Continue...  (Sweeney 213) Pp 334-342 0213.00.0402 0213.00.0216
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Architectural Record - December 1928 (Bound Volume) Frank Lloyd Wright In The Cause of Architecture: IX. The Terms  (Sweeney 214) Pp 507-514 0214.00.0402
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The Western Architect - January 1928 (Published monthly by The Western Architect, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota) (Incomplete copy.)
Morgan, Charles L.; McLean, Robert Craig Page 4-8: Test on page 4: "Of interest: Beginning with this issue a regular monthly feature in the Western Architect will be the appearance of groups of sketches by some of the most outstanding architects and artists in the profession. In this issue we have presented four from the folio of Charles L Morgan. These are taken from the large group of sketches he made on his trip through Europe or year or so ago." Robert Craig McLean. Page 5: "Barcelona Wharf. From the original etching by Charles L. Morgan...  Continue... Pp 5-8, Plate 9-10 0215.25.0319
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Architectural Record - May 1929 Wright, Frank Lloyd; Fiske, Kimball Includes a letter written by Wright to Kimball about Kimball’s book "American Architecture" and his letter to Wright in response (Pg 434).  (Sweeney 216) Pp 431-4 0216.00.0502
1929
Architectural Record - May 1929 Hitchcock, Henry-Russell, Jr. Foreign Periodicals. Reviewed by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Jr. Architectural Magazines published in Holland. Hitchcock reviews Wendingen and mentions the Wright series that was later published in book form. Pp 520 0216.01.0502
1929
Architectural Record - July 1929 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp, New York) Anonymous "The Arizona-Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona. Albert Chase McArthur, Architect... Throughout the effort of the architect has been to design in the spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright’s concepts of harmonizing the building with the terrain, of bringing out the inherent natural qualities of the materials used in the construction... On the architect’s invitation, Mr. Wright came to Arizona and all the technical details for the use of the concrete block type of construction were worked...  Continue... (Sweeney 217) Pp 19-56 0217.00.0112
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Time - October 7, 1929 Art Section Genius, Inc. (Notice of Frank Lloyd Wright’s incorporation  (Sweeney 219) Pp 45-6 0219.00.0601
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Country Life - May 1929 (Published monthly by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "A Building Adventure in Modernism. A successful adventure in concrete. All true building is high adventure, and the building of ‘La Miniatura’ in Pasadena, was no exception. The little building – a small studio-home for Mrs. George Madison Millard – was to be a genuine expression of California in terms of modern industry and American life. The Millards had lived in the dwelling I have built for them at Highland Park near Chicago, and so, when invited to work out a new theatre for a patron of the arts...  Continue... (Sweeney 224) Pp 40-41 0224.00.1118
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Architectural Record - July 1929 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Surface and Mass, - Again! A true announcement of the law of creation, if a man were found worthy to declare it, would carry Art up into the Kingdom of Nature and destroy its separate and contrasted existence. A wise and noble countryman of mine said that. I listened before entering an Architect’s office and have faithfully worked to be worthy to make that declaration here where Architecture was the game of a rude and youthful people and not the labor of a...  Continue...  (Sweeney 225) Pp 92-94 0225.00.0112
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Liberty - March 23, 1929 Wright, Frank Lloyd "Taliesin: The Chronicle of a House with a Heart." (Sweeney 226) Pp Cover 8 21-2 24 26-9 0226.00.0904
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The Larkin Idea - August 1929 (A Monthly Magazine for Larkin Secretaries, Published by the Larkin Co. Inc., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Front and back cover printed in four-color. This issue continues to use the Larkin Building mast-head (p3) which includes the Larkin Administration Building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. 5.3 x 8.3 Pp 24 0228.25.0914
 
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