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1930
1930 
World Unity - June 1930 (Published monthly by World Unity Publishing Corporation, 4 East 12th Street, New York City.)   According to Penny Fowler, "William Norman Guthrie, pastor of St. Marks-in-the-Bouwerie, approached Wright in 1927 with the idea of building an income-producing apartment tower next to his church. Through Guthrie, Wright became acquainted with Horace Holley, the managing editor of ‘World Unity’... The monthly journal was published between October 1927 and March 1935... Wright reviewed Le Corbusier’s ‘Toward a New Architecture’ for the Sept. 1928 issue (S.215)... he offered...  Continue... Pp 150-220 0215.05.0610
1930 
World Unity - December 1930 (Published monthly by World Unity Publishing Corporation, 4 East 12th Street, New York City.)   According to Penny Fowler, "William Norman Guthrie, pastor of St. Marks-in-the-Bouwerie, approached Wright in 1927 with the idea of building an income-producing apartment tower next to his church. Through Guthrie, Wright became acquainted with Horace Holley, the managing editor of ‘World Unity’... The monthly journal was published between October 1927 and March 1935... Wright reviewed Le Corbusier’s ‘Toward a New Architecture’ for the Sept. 1928 issue (S.215)... he offered...  Continue... Pp 150-224 0215.07.0710
1930 
Arts & Decoration - May 1930 (Published monthly by Arts & Decoration Publishing Co., Inc., New York, Paris, London) Boyd, John Taylor Jr. “A Prophet of the New Architecture. Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright, as One of the First Builders in the Modern Spirit, Makes us Realize that the New Architecture Was Being Established in This Country Thirty Years Ago - in an Interview with John Taylor Boyd, Jr.”  Includes nine photographs, seven of which are California block homes.  Original cover price $0.50. 9.75 x 13.5. Pp 56-59 100 102 116 0230.00.1206
1930 
New York Times Magazine - June 29, 1930 (Published by the New York Times Company) Brock, H. I. A Pioneer in Architecture that is Called Modern. Frank Lloyd Wright, Who Proposes a Glass Tower for New York, Has Adapted His Art to the Machine Age. 11.5 x 16.5.  (Sweeney 231) Pp 11, 19 0231.00.0105
1930
Architectural Record - January 1930 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) Anonymous “St. Mark’s Tower, St. Mark’s in the Bouwerie, New York City.”  Includes five color renderings. Original cover list price $0.75.  9x12. (Sweeney 239) Pp 1-4 0239.00.0506
1930 
Readers Digest - September 1930 Woollcott, Alexander Father of Modern Architecture (Condensed from The New Yorker - 7/19/30) Pp 388-90 0242.01.0801
1930 
The American Architect - December 1930 (Published monthly by International Publications, Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Architecture as a profession is All Wrong. I have no sympathy whatever with the view entertained by certain facetious young men in architecture - that the A. I. A. is made up of old gentlemen who catch cold easily... The A. I. A., of course, is the soul of the profession... Unless what I have just seen with my own eyes, among the young men at Princeton, belies the future, the coming generation of architects are the psychological shock-troops to be thrown against the flabby ‘make...  Continue...  (Sweeney 243) Pp 22-3 84 86 88 0243.00.0710
1930 
Architectural Forum - May 1930 (Published monthly by Building Division , National Trade Journals, Inc. New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd “The Logic of Contemporary Architecture as an Expression of This Age.” Original cover price $1.00.  9 x 12.  (Sweeney 247) Pp 637-8 0247.00.0406
1930
Wasmuths Monatshefte - June 1930, Heft 6 (Published monthly in German by Ernst Wasmuth A-G, Berlin, Wien, Zurich) Zechlin, Von Hans Josef "Zwei Kleine Wolkenkratzer. Die Wolken Mussen schon ziemlich tief uber dem Michigansee hangen, wennm sie mit dem Hochhause der Bruder Bowman Kollidieren sollen, und dem Hause Frank Lloyd Wright’s wird es mit seinem eigens in die Luft gereckten Vierzack auch schwerlich gelingen, Wolken zu kratzen..." Two Small Skyscrapers. The clouds must have been quite deep over Lake Michigan...  Continue...  (Sweeney 249) Pp 281-283 0249.00.0415
1930
Chicago Tribune - September 28, 1930 (Published daily by the Chicago Tribune Inc. Chicago) Jewett, Eleanor "Frank Lloyd Wright Talks of Particular interest to Those with Architectural Leanings; New Exhibits Announced Daily as Fall Seasons Gets Under Way. In all probability the most significant event of this week will be the lectures to be given by Frank Lloyd Wright on Wednesday at the Art Institute. The Wednesday lecture is to be addressed primarily to the young men in architecture. Mr. Wright will speak on ‘The New Architecture’ at 2:39 o’clock in Fullerton hall. He is well qualified to discuss his subject...  Continue...  Sec 8 p.6 0249.45.0417
1930 
Kansas City Journal-Post - January 29, 1930 (Published by the Kansas City Journal-Post Publishers) Anonymous "People Will Live in Glass Houses". Project in New York. Photograph Copy-right Architectural Record. Original List Price 2 cents. 16.75 x 21.25. Pp 18 0249.05.0305
1931
1931 
Architectural Record - December 1931 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) Anonymous "News in Brief: Columbus Memorial Competition Awards. The report of the jury of award, signed by Eliel Saarinen, Frank Lloyd Wright and Acosta Y. Lara, representing Europe, North America and South America, respectively was printed in the November issue of The Architectural Record, pages 62-68. This report gives a critique of each design reproduced here. 9 x 12. Pp 56, 58, 60 0300.05.0911
1931
Architectural Forum - May 1931 (Published monthly by National Trade Journals, Inc. New York) Anonymous Book Review: "Modern Architecture, Being the Kahn Lectures for 1930", Wright, 1931, 115 pages, illustrated boards, $4.00, The Princeton University Press, Princeton , NJ. "Frank Lloyd Wright has had so many commentators recently, both competent and incompetent, that it is a pleasure to read what the man actually thinks himself. Having been ‘taken up’ by the young intelligentsia, his views have often been distorted by clever phraseology into theories which he himself would...  Continue...  (Sweeney 251) Pp 15 0251.00.0214
1931
New York Times Book Review - May 31, 1931 (Published by The New York Times, New York) Duffus, R. L. Book Review: "Modern Architecture," Wright, 1931. $4.00. "Tyranny of the Skyscraper. Frank Lloyd Wright attacks Its Domination of Our Architecture. After a long period of obscurity Frank Lloyd Wright has come to be regarded in some quarters as America’s most creative architect. These lectures, delivered at Princeton last year, help to explain both the obscurity and the present fame. For Wright is clearly a genius, as one would know by the mere reading of these 115 pages, and as such he is entirely uncompromising..."  (Sweeney 254) Pp 1, 28 0254.00.0115
1931
American Magazine of Art - August 1931 (Published monthly by The American Federation of Arts, Washington D. C.) Bright, John Irwin Book Review: "Modern Architecture," Wright, 1931. $4.00. "These six lectures that Mr. Wright delivered in Princeton last year can be summed up as a statement of his belief that naturalness and honesty of purpose are the foundation of all true art. They are much more than a treatise on any special form of architecture. They embody, rather, his philosophy of the entire range of art, although the word ‘philosophy.’ taken in its usual connotation as a process of cold and...  Continue...  (Sweeney 256) Pp 170-172 0256.00.1015
1931 
Saturday Review - July 11, 1931 Hamlin, Talbot Faulkner Book Review: Artist and Prophet. Review of "Modern Architecture, Being the Kahn Lectures for 1930", 1931, Wright, S.250. (Sweeney 257) Pg 957 0257.00.0303
1931
Baugilde - July 25, 1931 Volume 13 1931 Issue 14. Zeitschrift Des Bundes Deutscher Architekten BDA Baukunst Bauwirtschaft Bautechnik (Journal of the Federal German Architects BDA Baukunst Bauwirtschaft Bautechnik) (Published by the Federal German Architects and The Central Association of Architects Osterreichs ZV, Germany) Anonymous Published in German. Ausstellugen. "Frank-Lloyd-Wright-Ausstellung" in Stuttgart. Die Staatl. Beratungsstelle fur das Baugewerbe beim Wurtt. Landesgewerbeamt erpffnete am Mittwoch, dem 22, Juli, auf die Dauer von ca. 2 Wochen in ihren Raumen, Stuttgart, Kanzleistr. 28, ErdgeschoB, mit Unterstutzung des Bundes Deutscher Architekten BDA, des Vereins fur Vereins fur Baukunde... (Exhibitions. "Frank-Lloyd-Wright-Exhibition" in Stuttgart. The State. Consulting office for... Continue... (Sweeney 265) Pp 1190 0265.00.0817
1931
New Republic - June 24, 1931 Vol. LXVII No. 864 (Published Weekly by The New Republic, New York) Bauer, C. K. "The Americanization of Europe. Three leaves from a notebook. III. And then, all summer long, in Oslo, in Stockholm, in Germany, Holland, France, in brick, in wood, in stone, in concrete, I marked the influence of Frank Lloyd Wright. Houses, apartments, restaurants, stadiums, churches – some good, some bad – that could never have been exactly the way they were if Wright’s handful of Midwestern houses had not been built before. The best contemporary European architects – Oud in... Continue... (Sweeney 266) Pp 153-4 0266.00.1017
1931
International Studio - August 1931 (Published monthly by International Studios, Inc., New York) Bull, Harry Adsit The stormy petrel of American architecture, for so many years without honor in his own country, has opened an exhibit in Germany where his work, as in Holland, has provided far more influential than it has these shores. We have received the following report of his showing - a comprehensive view from 1893-1930 - at the Prussian Academy of Fine Art, from our Berlin correspondent: "It is very interesting to see how most of the modern ideas of building of today: small ornament...  Continue...  (Sweeney 267) Pp 54 0267.00.0316
1931
The New Republic - February 4, 1931 Vol. LXV No. 844 (Published Weekly by The New Republic, New York) Churchill, Henry S. Correspondence: "Wright and the Chicago Fair. Sir: the omission of Frank Lloyd Wright from the proposed world’s fair of ‘33 in Chicago is nothing less than a calamity. Even the academicians of ‘93 did not dare leave out Sullivan, and the Commissioners of ‘33 are supposed not to be academicians... Two arguments for Wright’s exclusion have, I believe, been advanced. One is that he is difficult to work with, the other that his architecture does not "conform." Whatever element of truth... Continue... (Sweeney 268) Pp 329 0268.00.1017
1931
Baugilde - July 25, 1931 Volume 13 1931 Issue 14. Zeitschrift Des Bundes Deutscher Architekten BDA Baukunst Bauwirtschaft Bautechnik (Journal of the Federal German Architects BDA Baukunst Bauwirtschaft Bautechnik) (Published by the Federal German Architects and The Central Association of Architects Osterreichs ZV, Germany) Scharfe, Siegfried Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright nimmt innerhalb der amerikanischen Architektur eine Sonder-stellung ein. Auf dem Hintergrund der amerikanischen Baubewegung ist Wright zweifellos auBerordentlich "modern"; von Le Corbusier aus gesehen, wirkt er mehr wie ein Reaktionar. (Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright occupies a special position within American architecture. On the background of the American construction movement, Wright is undoubtedly "modern"; as seen from... Continue... (Sweeney 278) Pp 1164-1171 0278.00.0817
1931
Baugilde - July 25, 1931 Volume 13 1931 Issue 14. Zeitschrift Des Bundes Deutscher Architekten BDA Baukunst Bauwirtschaft Bautechnik (Journal of the Federal German Architects BDA Baukunst Bauwirtschaft Bautechnik) (Published by the Federal German Architects and The Central Association of Architects Osterreichs ZV, Germany) Scharfe, Siegfried Book Review: Modern Architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright über die Stadt der Zukunft. In sinem neuen Buch "Modern Architecture" (Printeton University Press 1931, in dem sechs Vorlesungen zusammen-gefaBt sind, die im vorigen Jahr in Princeton gehalten wurden, entwickelt Wright u. a. seine Gedanken uber Entwicklungs-moglichkeiten im modern Stadtebau. (Frank Lloyd Wright on the City of the Future. In his new book "Modern Architecture" (Printeton University Press, 1931, which... Continue... (Sweeney 279) Pp 1157-1158 0279.00.0817
1931
Architectural Record - August 1931 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Advice to the Young Architect. Frank Lloyd Wright, in a recent essay,* outlines his fourteen points concerning ways and means in architecture. 1. Forget the architectures of the world except as something good in their way and in their time..." (*Two Lectures on Architecture. The Art institute of Chicago, 63 pp. $.75.) Includes one portrait of Wright (1930, S.0249.16). Original cover list price $0.75. 9 x 11.75 Pp 121 0286.00.0315
1931
Architectural Progress - Nov 1931 (Published monthly by Architectural Progress, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio) Wright, Frank Lloyd "The City, Part Two (Reprinted from "Modern Architecture", The Princeton Press)." "The discussion on ‘Cities’ by Frank Lloyd Wright is continued from the last issue – and the importance of this article may be judged by the fact that every architectural journal of note has...  Continue...  (Sweeney 293) Pp 12-15 0293.00/1114 [B]
Wright, Frank Lloyd Photograph only: "Alice Millard House, Pasadena, California. The first concrete block-house. Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright." One illustration of the Alice Millard House, La Miniatura. Pp 4 0293.01/1114
1931
Creative Art - May 1931 (Published monthly by Albert & Charles Boni, Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd The Tyranny of the Skyscraper. This is a reprint of Ch. 5 from "Modern Architecture, Being the Kahn Lectures for 1930", with changes. "Michelangelo built the first skyscraper, I suppose, when he hurled the Pantheon on top of the Parthenon. The Pope named it St. Peter’s and the world called it a day, celebrating the great act ever since in the sincerest form of human flattery possible. As is well known, that form is imitation. Buonarroti, being a sculpture himself...  Continue...  (Sweeney 296) Pp 324-32 0296.01.0416
1931 
Creative Art - May 1931 (Published monthly by Albert & Charles Boni, Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd The Tyranny of the Skyscraper. This is a reprint of Ch. 5 from "Modern Architecture, Being the Kahn Lectures for 1930". The New York - Phoenix School of Design rebound this as a single article.  (Sweeney 296) Pp 324-32 0296.00.0402
1931 

The Bookman - March 1931

Olgivanna (Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright) "Last Days of Katherine Mansfield".  (Sweeney 299) Pp 6-13 0299.00.0804
1931 
The Art Digest - 1st Oct, 1931 (Published Semi-monthly October to May, monthly June to September by The Art Digest, Inc., New York) Anonymous "Wright on a Jury. After delivering a series of lectures at the New School for Social Research, New York, Frank Lloyd Wright, often called ‘the father of the modern school of architecture,’ has gone to Rio de Janeiro, where he will serve as North America’s representative on the international jury of architects who will select the winning design for the Columbus Memorial Lighthouse in the harbor of Santo Domingo... Today he is considered by many the source of inspiration for the...  Continue...  Pp 18 0300.00.0510
1931 
Standard Oil Bulletin - April 1931 (Published Monthly by The Standard Oil Company of California, San Francisco.) Anonymous “Arizona Beckons”. Includes seven photos of The Arizona Biltmore.  7 x 10. Pp 3-9 0300.01.0405
1931 
The Scholastic - March 21, 1931 (Published every other week except during June, July and August by The Scholastic Publishing Company, Pittsburgh) Anonymous “Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect of the Future.”  “One of the first architects to realize the inevitability of the machine, but to see its vast possibilities was Frank Lloyd Wright.” Includes two photographs. Original cover price $0.10.  8.5 x 11.5. Pp 2 0300.02.0806
1931 
The Pennsylvania Triangle - December 1931 (Published Monthly, from October to May, inclusive, by the Pennsylvania Triangle Board, University of Pennsylvania. Member of the Engineering College Magazines Associated) Syversen, G. “FLW Addresses Students.” Wright addresses students and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday evening, November 14th, 1931. He stresses the  relationship of “Man and the Machine”. Original cover price $0.35. 9 x 11.5. Pp 23 0300.03.1106
1932
1932 
New York Times Book Review - April 3, 1932 1) Anonymous  2) Longmans, Green and Co. 1) Review: An Autobiography. "The Autobiography of a Fighting Architect. Frank Lloyd Wright Tells the Story of His Battle for a Humane Functionalism in Building". (Sweeney 310)  2) Ad: For "An Autobiography". 1) Pp 4   2) Pp 17 0310.00.1005 0310.01.1005
1932
The Saturday Review of Literature - April 23, 1932 (Published weekly by the Saturday Review Co., Inc., New York) Cheney, Sheldon Book Review. "An Autobiography," Wright, 1932, $5. "America’s most creative rebel sets down, somewhere within the confused beauty of this book, the comment that ‘man’s struggle to illuminate creation is another tragedy.’ Against the background of ‘terrible shopkeeping circumstances we call Democracy’ he unfolds the story of his creative life and the record of what counts creatively in the art of architecture, in nineteenth and twentieth century America...  Continue...  (Sweeney 312) Pp 677-678 0312.00.1015
  Wisconsin Magazine of History - December 1943  (Sweeney 317)        
1932
Wisconsin Magazine of History - September 1932 (Published quarterly by The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Evansville, Wisconsin) Kellogg, Louise Phelps Book Review: "An Autobiography," Wright, (Longman, Green & Co.), 1932, 371 pp. Price $10.00. This is a book by an artist who is also a lover of Wisconsin. It is remarkable both for its beautiful format and for its content, inspired with a passion for beauty. The earliest chapters describe the valley of the Wisconsin River to which the Lloyd Jones family, Welsh pioneers, migrated. The latest portion details the beauty and peace of the home place, Taliesin III near the...  Continue... (Sweeney 319) Pp 117 0319.00.0516
1932 
American Architect - May 1932 (Published monthly by International Publications, Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "America Tomorrow. We must choose between the Automoblie and the vertical city. A more sensible proceeding to let the automobile take the city to the country. The city has today only about one-third of the motor car men it will inevitably have. And congestion, as it is, is nothing at all to what it must become when the city- man is the success he will be if promises are kept. His success means a car. His family and the family of his increase our dreaming of it now and envying the neighbor who...  Continue... (Sweeney 348) Pp 14-17 76 0348.00.0607
1932
The Saturday Review of Literature - May 21, 1932 (Published weekly by the Saturday Review Co., Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd Book reviewed by Frank Lloyd Wright: "The Frozen Fountain," Claude Bragdon, 1932. "A Treatise on Ornament. This book is, primarily, a treatise on ornament as an abstract element – something in itself, which, of course, it may be, as snow or mineral crystals are. Or as Louis Sullivan’s system of ornament was. But Louis Sullivan devised a system of ornament out of himself with a sense of organic unity warmly exponent of the individuality of one Louis...  Continue...  (Sweeney 349) Pp 744 0349.00.1015
1932
Scholastic - September 24, 1932 (Published every other week during the school year, September to may, except Christmas week by Scholastic Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA) Wright, Frank Lloyd Books That Have Meant Most To Me. I suppose the books one has chosen or has happened to read are important. Everybody makes a more or less natural selection, I should say, notwithstanding suggestions or commands. And the book fodder for which we have a natural taste does most to feed the thing we call ourselves. The Arabian Nights fascinated me as a boy. Aladdin and his wonderful lamp – "imagination" was the lamp as I see now – was one of the tales that never tired me...  Continue...  (Sweeney 350) Pp 11 0350.00.0414
1932
New York Times Magazine - March 20, 1932 (Published by The New York Times Company, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Broadacre City: An Architect’s Vision. Spread wide and Integrated, It Will Solve the traffic Problem and Make Life Richer, Says Frank Lloyd Wright. Recently in The New York Times Magazine the noted French architect Le Corbusier described the Green City which he has conceived as the solution of the modern urban problem - a substitute for the crowded center. In the article that follows Frank Lloyd Wright, a pioneer American architect among moderns, presents another...  Continue...  (Sweeney 351) Pp 8-9 0351.00.1114
1932 
Architecture - October 1932 (Published monthly by Charles Scribner’s Sons, Publishers, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd Architectural Education: To the Students of the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, All Departments. Response to an article by Ely Jacques Kahn. (Reprinted from The Bulletin of the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, May 1932)  Original cover price $0.50.  9 x 12.  (Two Copies) (Sweeney 359) Pp 230 0359.00.0404 0359.00.1206
Anonymous The Editor’s Diary: Saturday, August 20 -  “I hear that Frank Lloyd Wright is establishing an architectural school near his home, which will be called Taliesin Fellowship.  I wish I were young enough to attend it, for Wright is an inspiring teacher...”  Original cover price $0.50. 9 x 12.  (Two Copies) Pp 228 0359.01.0404 0359.01.1206
1932 
Creative Art - April 1932 (Published by Albert & Charles Boni, Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Why the Great Earthquake Did Not Destroy the Imperial Hotel."  Excepts from the soon to be published "An Autobiography" by Frank Lloyd Wright. Includes portrait and two additional photographs of the Imperial Hotel. Original List Price 75 cents. 8.25 x 11.5. (Sweeney 360) Pp 268-77 0360.00.0305
1932
New York Times Magazine - Jan 17, 1932 (Published by The New York Times Company, New York) Woolf, S. J. A Pioneer in Architecture Surveys It. Frank Lloyd Wright Tells What He Thinks is Wring With Our Skyscrapers and Calls for More Expressive Forms. Sitting in the shadow of a so-called modernistic building which rose across the street, Frank Lloyd Wright, like a father ashamed of the way in which his son has gone, expressed regret at the form taken by buildings that had their inspiration in his ideas..." Although not mentioned specifically, the author seems to be...  Continue...  (Sweeney 361) Pp 6, 15 0361.00.1114
1932 
The Art News - February 13, 1932 Flint, Ralph "Present Trends In Architecture In Fine Exhibit". Enlightening showing of work in the International Style now on view at the Museum of Modern Art. ...Special emphasis is given to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright as one of the great pioneers in American architecture... Pp 5-6 0361.01.1104
1932
The Pennsylvania Museum Bulletin - April 1932 (Published monthly from November to May, by The Pennsylvania Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA) Kimball, Fiske "Modern Architecture, An Exhibition in the Galleries of the Museum. March 30 to April 22... The subject matter of the exhibition presented in the galleries of the Museum – assembled and circulated under the auspices of the Museum of Modern Art in New York... The time was scarcely ripe for a wide acceptance of such a view in America, although abroad Wright’s projects and executed buildings had been sumptuously published in Germany as early as 1912, and he had been...  Continue...  Pp Cover, 131-135 0361.07.0815
1932
The Saturday Review of Literature - December 31, 1932  (Published weekly by the Saturday Review Co., Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd Book reviewed by Frank Lloyd Wright: "Horizons," Norman Bel Geddes, 1932. "On Popular Mechanics. Comrad Bel Geddes has left his metier – the theatre -- to write a treatise on popular mechanics. He has notions concerning the future of practically everything, but pretty nearly everything begins with the Greeks, the Egyptians, and Cezanne and winds up with Norman Bel Geddes... Geddes is a distinguished designer of the spectacle, and as such of no negligible character...  Continue...  Pp 351 0361.08.1015
1933
1933
Architectural Forum - July 1933 (Published monthly by Rogers and Manson Corp. Concord, N.H.) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Another ‘Pseudo.’ When I am asked to write or speak about the Dawes Fair at Chicago - and continually I am asked to do one or the other - my feelings are curious. Mixed. Perhaps something gets to me like the sensations of the woman who longed for a child and, one day, found one gratuitously laid on her doorstep, only to discover the child to be a doll. In this instance, the hoax goes so far as to forge in this foundling on the doorstep a resemblance to myself. Let’s look...  Continue...  (Sweeney 366) Pp 25 0366.00.1015
1933 
Architectural Forum - November 1933  (Published monthly by Rogers and Manson Corp. Concord, N.H.) Wright, Frank Lloyd “In the Show Window at Macy’s.” Wright comments on the work of eight contemporary architects.  Original cover price $1.00.  9 x 12. (Sweeney 367) Pp 419-20 0367.00.0406
1933 
Pictorial Review - March 1933 Frank Lloyd Wright: As told to Catherine Brody The City of To-morrow. A place of sunlight, gardens, and glass houses without skyscrapers.  (Sweeney 369) Pp 4, 61 0369.00.0303
1933 
Cosmopolitan - February 1933 Wright, Frank Lloyd "The Future of the Home". One of 10 articles answering the question "Will it be All the Same 100 Years from Now?" Pp 130 0370.01.0704
1934
1934 
Liberty - February 10, 1934 (Published by Liberty Publishing Corp.) Wright, Frank Lloyd What is the Modern Idea?  A famous Architect Looks Into the Future.  Original List Price 5 cents. (Sweeney 376) Pg 49 0376.00.0105
1935
1935 
New Masses - June 18, 1935 (Published weekly by the New Masses, Inc., New York) Alexander, Stephen Review of Broadacre City exhibit at the National Alliance of Arts and Industry Exposition, New York.  “Despite his badly confused notions of the nature of social forces in our society - (only a serious and completely sincere person could have written such a naive concoction of adolescent idealism and Wellsian it’s-all-done-with-push-buttons fiction) - Frank Lloyd Wright must be regarded as one of the important forces in progressive American architectural thought.  (New Masses, is...  Continue...  Pp 28 0377.00.0507
1935 
American Architect - May 1935 (Published monthly by International Publications, Inc., New York) Anonymous "Broadacre City. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. As a conception of a new community wherein ‘form and function are one’ and ‘organic character in style,’ Broadacre City was planned upon the basis of ‘general decentralization as an applied principle and architectural reintegration of all units into one fabric... Photographs of them reproduced here are copyrighted by F.S. Lincoln." Includes one portrait of Wright by Don Keller and nine photographs of models exhibited at the Industry Art...  Continue...  Pp 55-62 0379.00.0810
1935 
Architectural Record - April 1935  (Published as an Offset by the National Alliance of Art and Industry and Architectural Record) Wright, Frank Lloyd “Broadacre City.  A New Community Plan.” Published as an offset for the Industrial Arts Exposition in Rockefeller Center, New York, April 15 to May 15, 1935 where Broadacre was shown publicly for the first time.  It consisted of architectural models and a full model 12 by 12 feet in size, of Broadacre City itself, complete with tiny forests, homes, schools, factories and farms.  See Broadacre photos.  9 x 12. Pp 243-54 0393.01.0107
1935 
Saturday Review - December 14, 1935  (Published weekly by The Saturday Review Company, Inc. New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd “Form and Function.” Louis Sullivan: Prophet of Modern Architecture, by Hugh Morrison.  Reviewed by Frank Lloyd Wright.  Includes one photo.  (Original Cover Price $0.10)  8.5 x 11.5.  (Sweeney 394) Pg 6 0394.00.0506
1935 
Popular Mechanics - July 1935 (Published monthly by Popular Mechanics Co., Chicago) Anonymous The Changing World. Includes a paragraph concerning Broadacre City. "Frank Lloyd Wright has completed a model of a modern self-contained community which he calls ‘Broadacre City." It is built along horizontal lines and covers four square miles of countryside. The families of Broadacre City would be served by a through highway which carries slow and fast traffic..." Original cover price 25 cents. 6.6 x 9.3 Pg 26-30 0397.19.0613
1935 
New Yorker - April 27, 1935 Mumford, Lewis The Sky Line: Mr. Wright’s City - Downtown Dignity (Broadacre) Pp 79-81 0397.01.0701
1936
1936 
Architectural Record - September 1936 (Published monthly by D. W. Dodge Corp., New York) Anonymous Two sections: A) "Architects and Educators". Seventeen portraits, on of which is Frank Lloyd Wright. "Frank Lloyd Wright, Founder Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, Wisconsin". Portrait by Price Studios. Pp 179, 0400.00,0811
Wright, Frank Lloyd B) "Apprenticeship-Training for the Architect. ...School education with its styles and history cannot be this inspiration for the young man in architecture today. At best, it can have only a small place in the development of his creative ability. The would-be architect must seek experience...  Continue...   (Sweeney 400) Pp 207-210
1936 
The Rotarian - March 1936  (Published monthly by Rotary International, Chicago) Wright, Frank Lloyd “Skyscrapers Doomed? Yes! Says Frank Lloyd Wright.”   Includes six photographs, three of which are Wright buildings, one is a portrait.  Also published as an offset.  Original cover price 12c.  8.5 x 11.5. (Sweeney 403) Pp 10-11, 46-47 0403.00.0507
1936 
Professional Art Quarterly - June 1936 (Published quarterly by Ben Duggar, Madison Wisconsin) Wright, Frank Lloyd “Taliesin: Our Cause. Part II.  Taliesin is not a back-to-the-land movement.  No.  Nor is Taliesin interested in art for art’s sake.  Not at all.  But means to go forward, feet on the ground, seeing art as man’s practical appreciation of the gift of life by putting his sense of it into the things he makes to live with, and in the way he lives with them...”  Includes two photographs.  Part one is in the December 1935 S392 issue.  Original cover price 25c.  6 x 9. Pp 39-41 0404.00.0707
1936
The Art Digest - 1st May, 1936 (Published monthly June - September, Semi-Monthly October - May by The Art Digest, Inc., New York) Anonymous " ‘Old-Fashioned’ Print Wins in Philadelphia. Ralph Fletcher Seymour was awarded the Charles M. Lea prize at the Philadelphia Print Club’s 13th annual exhibition of American etching, which will remain on view until May 2. His print, entitled ‘Steamboat at the Landing,’ shows a seated girl gazing out of a half-curtained window toward the river craft in the distance. ‘It is the sort of print,’ says C. H. Bonte in the Philadelphia Inquirer, ‘that the moderns will call old-fashioned, and it is indeed true that the technique of an older day...  Continue... Pp 21 0404.30.1016
1936 
Junior Red Cross Journal - February 1936  (Published monthly September to May by the American National Red Cross, Washington DC.) Speer, Margarett H. “The Machine Was Made for Man.”  Comments on the Industrial Arts Exposition held in the Summer of 1935 at the Rockefeller Center, New York. “Broadacres City was the focus of the exposition and no exhibition was more popular.”  Includes one photograph of the model homes of Broadacres City.  Original cover price $0.15.  See Broadacre photos.  9 x 12. Pp 136-137 0404.04.1206
1937
1937 
Saturday Review - December 18, 1937 Hamlin, Talbot Review: "Building for the Future". Review of "Architecture and Modern Life". By Baker Brownell and Frank Lloyd Wright. Includes photo of the Willem House, Minneapolis. (Sweeney 408) Pg 10 0408.00.0402
1937

Architect and Engineer - August 1937 (Published monthly by The Architect and Engineer, Inc. San Francisco)
Anonymous Hanna House (1936 - S.235) "A Frank Lloyd Wright House at Palo Alto, California. Designed to Resist earthquakes. Some outstanding Features... all rooms sans square angles... furniture to be made on the premises... all copper roof... aluminum foil used to temper heat radiation... top of bath tubs are level with floor... parts of house built around trees... floors concrete marked into 30 inch hexagons. Occupying a commanding site on the rolling hills back of the Stanford University...  Continue...  (Sweeney 413) Pp 3 0413.00.0916
1937 
Architectural Forum - August 1937  (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous “Frank Lloyd Wright Tests a Column, Attends a Convention, Visits the Paris Fair.”  Racine: Wright tests the column for the Johnson Wax Company.  Moscow: One of the few Americans invited to the first All-Union Congress of Soviet Architects Wright sailed with the intent of “quashing the Palace of the Soviets”.  Paris: At the fair he found at least five good buildings.  Includes six photographs to the column test.  Original cover price $1.00.  9 x 12.  (Sweeney 414) Pp 10 0414.00.0507
1937 
Coronet - December 1937 Levin, Meyer Master-Builder: Concerning Frank Lloyd Wright, Stormy Petrel of Architecture  (Sweeney 417) Pp 171-84 0417.00.0501
1937 
Time - October 25, 1937 People Section Text & Photo  (Sweeney 421) P 68 0421.00.1200
1937 
Architectural Record - April 1937 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) Anonymous Building News: "60 Tons with Ease: When Wisconsin’s Industrial Commission questioned design of a column Frank Lloyd Wright intended to use in a new factory...  Continue...    (Sweeney 422)  

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Anonymous Building News: "F. L. Wright, Guest of U.S.S.R. ONE of the two American architects invited by the Soviet government to attend the...  Continue...  Pp 37 0422.01.0410
Anonymous Building News: "FEACT Hears Wright. ON HIS way to Europe, Mr. Wright stopped in New York long enough to address the Architect’s...  Continue...  Pp 37 0422.02.0410
1937 
Architectural Record - June 1937 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) Anonymous Examples of recreational facilities: Caption: "3) Playhouses in Oak Park, Illinois. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect." Includes two illustrations of a project Wright did in 1926 called "Kindersymphonics". See "Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 19245-1936" pages 34-35. Original cover price $1.00. 9 x 12. Pp 137 0422.03.0811
1937 
Scientific American - May 1937 Anonymous Unique Office Structure - Johnson Wax  (Sweeney 423) Pp 316-17 0423.00.0501
1937 
Soviet Russia Today - October 37 Wright, Frank Lloyd Architecture and Life in the USSR. Also published in Architectural Record, Oct 1937 and An Autobiography (1943) Pp 549-56.  (Sweeney 425) Pp 14-19 0425.01.0102
1937 
Readers Digest - September 1937 Wright, Frank Lloyd Building against Doomsday (Imperial Hotel)  (Sweeney 426) Pp 70-4 0426.00.0701
1937 
Coronet - December 1937 Wright, Frank Lloyd The Man St. Peter Liked  (Sweeney 428 Pp 91 0428.00.0501
1937
Architectural Forum - December 1937  (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Architect. Forum Full Page Announcement: “The Architectural Forum has the honor to announce the opening of its 1938 program with an issue devoted to the new work of Frank Lloyd Wright.”  A full page, bound announcement for...  Continue...  Pp 49 0429.03.0307
Anonymous "Frank Lloyd Wright, at 68, the year’s most inventive architect.”  Wright demonstrates Johnson Wax column to skeptical building authorities.  Includes one portrait of Wright by Hedrich.  Two copies.  Original cover price $1.00.  9 x 12. Pp 4, 64 0429.04.0507
1938
1938 

Architectural Forum - January 1938 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York)

Anonymous Book Review: Review of "Architecture and Modern Life" by Baker Brownell and Frank Lloyd Wright.  (Sweeney 406) Pp 18 0406.00.0200
1938 
New York Times Book Review - January 2, 1938  (Published weekly by The New York Times Company, New York) Duffus, R. L. Book Review: “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Way To a Better World.”  “In ‘Architecture and Modern Life’ He and Baker Brownell Discuss Some Fundamental Ideas.”   Review of “Architecture and Modern Life”, Brownell, Wright 1937, original cover price $4.00.  Includes two photographs.  11.25 x 16.  (Sweeney 407) Pp 2 0407.00.0407
1938 
Partisan Review - March 1938 (Published monthly by Partisan Review, New York) Schapiro, Meyer Book Review: “Architect’s Utopia.”  “Architecture and Modern Life”  By Baker Brownell and Frank Lloyd Wright.  Harper & Bros. $4.00.  Original cover price $0.25.  6 x 9.25.  (Sweeney 411) Pp 42-47 0411.00.0806
1938 
Time - February 21, 1938 Anonymous Comments on exhibit of photographs of Fallingwater at Museum of Modern Art - See Sweeney  430 (Book)  (Sweeney 432) Pp 53 0432.00.0901
1938 
Architectural Forum - November 1938 Wright, Frank Lloyd FLW, Architect: House for $5,000-6,000 Income  (Sweeney 438) Pp 331-5 0438.00.0400
1938 
Architectural Record - July 1938 Ann; Hanna, Paul & Jean Frank Lloyd Wright Designs a Honeycomb House; Frank Lloyd Wright Builds Us a Home  (Sweeney 442) Pp 59-74 0442.00.0701
1938 
Pencil Points - March 1938 (Published Monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corp. Stamford, Conn.) Hamlin, Talbot F. “F.L.W. - An Analysis.” Critics Series.  Includes 11 photos. Original price 50c. 9 x 12. (Sweeney 445) Pp 137-144 0445.00.0405
1938
Architectural Forum - February 1938 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York)   Letters: Written in response to the January 1938 issue of Architectural Forum, including letters from: Hugh S. Morrison; Ernest Born; M. Lincoln Schuster; Ralph Walker; Joseph K. Boltz; J. H. Phillips; Bayard Wilson; W. W. Wurster; Tom Maloney; Gilman Lane (Photographer, Oak Park); Mishal A. Securda; Jacob Moscowitz; Armstead Fitzhugh; T. W. Brooks; Quentin F. Haig; William H. Scheick; Mendel Glickman; Louis Brustein; William Heyl Thompson. Editor...  Continue...   (Sweeney 446) Pp 42, 86 0446.00.0815
1938 
Architectural Forum - March 1938 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Douglass, Donald M. Letters: "Frank Lloyd Wright (Cont.)."  Responses to the January 1938 issue (S457) which was devoted to Wright and designed by him.  "The Forum has become so invaluable and judicious that one must look at the January issue with pain rather than indignation."  Original cover price $1.00.  9 x 12. Pp 36 0446.01.0107
1938 
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Life Magazine - September 26, 1938 Wright, Frank Lloyd "Modern" house for Blackbourns of Minneapolis: If you earn $5,000-6,000 you can build one like it.  Related Book: The 1940 Book of Small Houses (1938)  (Sweeney 447) Pp 56, 60-61 0447.00.0900
1938 
Scholastic, The American High School Weekly - February 12, 1938 (Published weekly for a total of 32 issues a year by Scholastic Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA) Meyer, Ernest L. Reprinted from the article "As the Crow Flies" published in the New York Post. Meyer was a Wright Apprentice at Taliesin. "In his large domain at Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin, Frank Lloyd Wright is pouring his energies into the Taliesin Fellowship, his revolt against traditional school systems under which all too often the student is a mere soup tureen waiting for learning to be ladled into him..." Includes one photograph of Wright with apprentices by Hedrich. Original cover price 10c. 8.5 x 11.5 (Sweeney 448) Pp 21-E - 24-E 0448.00.0813
1938 
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Town & Country - February 1938 Patterson, Augusta Owen Three Modern Houses: No. 3. Owner, Edgar J Kaufmann, Pittsburgh; Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.  (Sweeney 450) Pp 64-5 104 0450.00.1201
1938 
Time - November 7, 1938 (Published weekly by Time, Inc. Chicago, IL) Anonymous Wright comments on Williamsburg. "In Williamsburg, Va., Architect Frank Lloyd Wright told a dumbfounded audience that the only value of the town’s restoration by the Rockefellers was to ‘Show us how little we need this type of architecture now.’ Said he: ‘What has been done for you, or two you, here in Williamsburg, has advanced out cause for modern organic architecture...’ Up in arms, as one man rose..." Original cover price 15c. 8.5 x 11.5. (Sweeney 451) Pp 37 0451.00.0612
1938 
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Time - January 17, 1938 (Published by Time Inc.) (Three Copy) Cover photograph by Valentino Sara, Inside photographs by Hendrich. Cover: "His city would be everywhere and nowhere." Art: "Usonian Architecture." Includes biographical information and seven photographs. Original List Price 15 cents. 8.5 x 11.5. (Sweeney 454)
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1938 
Time - January  31, 1938 Reader Response to #0454.01.0600 Letters (one letter from HF Johnson [Wax]) Pp 2, 4-5 0454.01.0600
1938
Architectural Forum - July 1938 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous "Modern Model. When Architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed a Usonian type house for Journalist Herbert Jacobs of Madison, Wis., he did not foresee its use as a model house. But such is the case, according to Ken magazine, which last month noted that recent publicity of the $5,500 house in other magazines (Time and The Forum and Coronet) had attracted droves of visitors, that Opportunist Jacobs had charged 25 cents a look and had earned enough money to pay off...  Continue...    Pp 4 0455.02.0716
1938 
Architectural Forum - January 1938 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd A full issue devoted to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. He designed, wrote and edited the cover and the supplemental content which included photographs and text pertaining to Wrights work, the Cheney House (1), Taliesin (23 photographs and illustrations), Broadacre City (1), Hillside (5), Millard (2), Willey (10), Barnsdall Little Dipper (2), Pioneer Chapel Memorial Project (1), Unity Temple (1), Fallingwater (10), Kaufmann Office (2), Model of Texas Prairie Model (5) Prism-Glass office Building (1), St...  Continue...  (Sweeney 457)  Cover, 1 - 102 0457.00.0200
1938
Architectural Forum - January 1938 (Two Page Letter) (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd Two Page Letter from Frank Lloyd Wright loosely inserted into the magazine. "To the Young Man in Architecture – a Challenge: I have taken over the writing and editing of the January Architectural Forum. I turned editor partly because Howard Myers came to Taliesin and asked me to – partly because I felt the time had come to restate a few fundamentals which are strangely missing from the contemporary scene. The days and nights and the long hours I have put into the making of this issue are important...  Continue...  Pp 2 0457.04.1116
1938 

Architectural Forum - January 1938 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York)

Kastner, George Letters: "Space Within". Letter from Kastner concerning Frank Lloyd Wright’s accomplishments. Pp 22 0457.01.0200
Five Ads Ads: 2) Hope’s Windows. Full page ad. Photo of windows at Fallingwater. 3) Cabot’s "Quilt". Half page ad. Photo of Fallingwater. 4) Marquette Portland Cement. Half page ad. Photo testing Johnson Wax column. 5) Wright Rubber Tile. Quarter page ad. Photo John Wax Building model. 6) Reynolds Modern Foil Insulation. Quarter page ad. For the attic of The Hanna House. Pp 21 57 58 63 66
1938 
Architectural Forum - June 1938 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous “Wright and Center.” Wright selected to design the new $1,000,000 E. Stanley Jones educational foundation on the campus of Florida Southern College at Lakeland. Includes one image of Spivey and Wright by Sanborn.  (Sweeney 455) Pp 12 0455.00.0507
Anonymous Related: “Ranch House for Griffith, by Lloyd Wright, Architect.  Includes 15 photographs and illustrations.  Original cover price $1.00.  9 x 12. Pp 471-478
Elmslie, George G. George Grant Elmslie (1869 -1952), of Purcell and Elmslie, Architects, response to the letter by Douglass published in the March 1938 issue.  Elmslie worked closely with both Wright and Sullivan.  “Mr. Sullivan is dead but his spirit...  Continue...  Pp 28 0455.01.0507
1938 
Life Magazine - January 17, 1938  (Published weekly by Time Inc., New York) Architectural Forum Full page Ad: “The Architectural Forum has the honor to announce the publication of an entire issue written and designed by and devoted to the new and unpublished work of Frank Lloyd Wright.”  Ad for January issue.  $2 per copy.  Includes one photograph by Hedrich Blessing.  Original cover price 10 cents.  10.5 x 14. P Inside Front Cover 0457.03.0307
1938
The Saturday Review of Literature - September 17, 1938 (Published weekly by the Saturday Review Company, Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd Book Review by Wright. "Ideas for the future. Nine Chains to the Moon." By R. Buckminster Fuller. 1938. Reviewed by Frank Lloyd Wright. "Buckminister Fuller -- you are the most sensible man in New York, truly sensitive. Nature gave you antennae, long-range finders you have learned to use. I find almost all your prognosticating nearly right – much of it dead right, and I love you for the way you prognosticate. To address you directly will be a hell of a way of reviewing you book – I know. I should...  Continue... (Sweeney 458) Pg 14-15 0458.00.0317
1938
Magazine of Art - June 1938 (Published monthly by The American Federation of Arts, Washington DC) Wright, Frank Lloyd Letters (by Frank Lloyd Wright): "May I protest Fiske Kimball’s interpretation – first of myself and then of a situation still arising among us, ad libitum? Yes, ad nauseam. I have myself said that no monuments, in the old sense of that term, belong to the idea of life as something to be lived: let’s say life ‘modern.’ Instead of a monument I advocate a memorial, the difference being that the monument saw life a corpse and the memorial say the spirit alive, notwithstanding. A monument is no real honor...  Continue...  (Sweeney 459) Pp 368 0459.00.0417
1938 
Des Moines Register - Idaho January 30, 1938 Anonymous House on a waterfall. Genius Goes to Town In a Country Lodge. Fallingwater. Includes four photos published in Architectural Forum - January 1938 Sweeney 457.   0460.01.0403
1938 
We The People, Pennsylvania In Review - February 1, 1938 (Published fortnightly [every two weeks] by We The People, Inc, Harrisburg, PA) Anonymous "Modern Home built over a mountain brook. Frank Lloyd Wright, greatest American architect, builds amazing lodge on Pennsylvania stream. ‘Fallingwater is Bear Run, Pa., home of Edgar Kaufmann, Pittsburgh Department Store owner... Pittsburgh’s top-flight architectural authorities declared that the Wright house was impractical, unfeasible, so unsafe it would tumble into Bear Run within a year... Weeks later, after a pregnant silence, Merchant Kaufman received a...  Continue...   (Langmead 362) Pp 12-13 0460.10.0213
1939
1939 
Focus (London) - Number 4. Summer 1939  (Published quarterly by Percy Lund Humphries, London) Carter, E. J.; Gabo, Naum “Frank Lloyd Wright. During the first fortnight of May, Frank Lloyd Wright was in London, and gave a series of four lectures at the R.I.B.A.  After his visit, an informal discussion...  Continue...  (Sweeney 470) Pp 49-52 0470.00.0307
Lund Humphries, London Half page Ad for “Frank Lloyd Wright, An Organic Architecture”. Probable price £6. Pg xvii
Lund Humphries, London Order form for “Frank Lloyd Wright, An Organic Architecture”. Original cover price £1/6 (One Pound 6). 6.1 x 8.75.   Pg xix
1939 
Architectural Forum - August 1939  (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous "Frank Lloyd Wright Takes England."  From editorial comment in The Architects Journal, May 11, 1939.  "By the time this Journal appears the third of four Sugrave Manor sermons - for sermons they are... will have been delivered by Frank Lloyd Wright at the R.I.B.A."  Original cover price $1.00.  9 x 12.  (Sweeney 480) Pp 22-23 0480.00.0307
1939
Architect and Engineer - December 1939 (Published monthly by The Architect and Engineer, Inc. San Francisco) Kahn, Albert "The Wizard of Taliesin. A recent example of industrial work has, no doubt, come to your attention, namely, the new Johnson Wax Company building at Racine, Wisconsin, by no less a genius than Frank Lloyd Wright. Clever as many of the innovations introduced may be, and however novel and brilliant, I question the wisdom of the continued acclaim of such radical efforts. Its author has my warmest admiration for what he has accomplished. There is no disavowing the fact...  Continue...  (Sweeney 484) Pp 75 0484.00.0316
1939 
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Life Magazine - May 8, 1939 Anonymous Johnson Wax Building  (Sweeney 489) Pp 15-17 0489.00.0700
1939 
Life Magazine - March 20 1939 (Published weekly by Time Inc., Chicago, IL) Anonymous “Life Presents Landscapes and a Garden Calendar for Life’s Houses.”  Follow-up to Life’s September 26, 1938 Issue.  Includes eight illustrations, one of which is Wright’s “Modern for $5,000-$6,000 income”.  Original cover price 10c.  10.5 x 14. Pg 24-26 0489.01.1006
1939 
Architectural Forum - August 1939 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous "Usonia Comes to Ardmore, when Frank Lloyd Wright invents a four-family house with kitchens as control rooms, floors as radiators."  Suntop Homes, Ardmore Pennsylvania.  Includes three photographs and three illustrations.  Original cover price $1.00.  9 x 12. Pp 142-143, 36 0496.00.0307
1939
The Federal Architect - January 1939 Wright, Frank Lloyd Speech to the A.F.A.  (Sweeney 499)  Pp 20 - 23 0499.00.0400
1939 
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Coronet - January 1939 Wright, Frank Lloyd The Man Who Paid Cash  (Sweeney 500) Two Copies Pp 175-6 0500.00.0601 0500.01.0601
1939
Arts & Decoration - May 1939   Related: Frank Lloyd Wright is listed as one of the members of the Board of Consulting Editors. Pp 2 0501.01.0702
1939 
Pencil Points - December 1939  (Published Monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corp., Stamford, Conn.) Hamlin, Talbot F. “What Makes it American. Architecture in the Southwest and West.”  There is no mention of Wright in the 15 page article, but it does include a full page photograph and caption of the “Entrance of the Millard House, Pasadena”.  Original cover price $0.50.  8.75 x 11.75. Pp 762-723 0501.09.1206
1939
Popular Photography - May 1939 (Published monthly by Ziff-Davis Publishing Co., New York) Wallace, Don Portrait of Wright by Don Wallace. "Frank Lloyd Wright. By Don Wallace. 1891 - 1939." Full image of Wright standing on a rock. Facing the camera, wearing a cap, his left hand is holding his tie, right hand is hidden under the cap, holding his cane. Published in "Coronet" December, 1937, p. 172. Also published in "Frank Lloyd Wright, Apprentice to Genius", Tafel, 1979, and attributed to Wallace. Published on the cover of "Frank Lloyd Wright, Architectural Drawings...  Continue...  P 47 0501.18.1013
 
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