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1940
1940
Pencil Points - February 1940 (Published monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corporation, Stanford, Conn.) Anonymous

"Bostonians Turn out for Wright. When Frank Lloyd Wright lectured in Boston last month, the Herald reported that he ‘did what he could to provoke a battle in John Hancock... Continued...   (Sweeney 505)

Pp 60 0505.00.1013
B) "Here, There, This & That... When Frank Lloyd Wright spoke here in 1931, or thereabouts, the hall seethed with hecklers, a few of... Continued... B) 14
C) "Buffalo Looks Back... An exhibition of Buffalo from 1816 to 1940 - composed of photographs by Jay W. Baxtresser,,, has been held... Continued... C) 48
1940 
Parnassus - December 1940 (Published monthly from October to May by the College Art Association, New York) Brown, Milton Exhibition Review:  “Frank Lloyd Wright’s First Fifty Years.”  MOMA, New York, Nov 13 - Jan 5, 1941.  Original cover price $0.40.  9 x 12. (Sweeney 506) Pp 37-8 0506.00.0906
1940 
Time - November 25, 1940 (Published weekly by Time Inc., Chicago, IL) Anonymous Art: "A City for the Future. Nobody hates cities more than patriarchal U. S. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. To him Manhattan is a ‘great huddle’ whose skyscrapers are ‘one of the most infernal inventions.’ Nevertheless it was in Manhattan’s great huddle last week that the Museum of Modern Art put on a huge exhibition of the life work of Frank Lloyd Wright... City-Planner Wright, like many another architect, thinks that the bombing of Europe’s cities is likely to be a blessing in disguise. ‘After all,’ says... Continued...   (Sweeney 507) Pp 58 0507.00.0612
1940 
Pencil Points - December 1940 (Published Monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corp., Stamford Conn.) Talbot, Hamlin “Recent Developments in School Design.”  Included in the article is three pages on Taliesin West, Scottsdale. Includes three photographs and one illustration.  Original cover price $0.50.  8.75 x 11.75.  (Sweeney 512) Pp 768-82 0512.00.1106
1940 
Parnassus - December 1940 (Published monthly from October to May by the College Art Association, New York) Hitchcock, Henry Russell Jr. “Wright’s influence abroad.”  If America is no longer architecturally in debt to Europe, the credit is due to one man and to one man along, Frank Lloyd Wright.  Review of Wright’s work published in European books and periodicals.  Includes five photographs.  Original cover price $0.40.  9 x 12. (Sweeney 513) Pp 11-15 0513.00.0906
1940
Pencil Points - March 1940 (Published Monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corp., Stamford Conn.) Anonymous "Mr. Wright Goes to Los Angeles. The architect is unique who can command sustained applause of two or three minutes upon his introduction to an American audience. Such, nevertheless, was the reception given Frank Lloyd Wright by some 2500 people who in January attended the principal public address of the dedication program of the new College of Architecture at the University of Southern California. And while in Los Angeles a celebrity is someone to be looked at, it was evident...  Continued...  (Sweeney 514) Pp 34 36 0514.00.0416
1940 
Interior Decorator - January 1940 Anonymous Expressing Contemporary Design: In The General Office. S.C. Johnson and Son Administration Building. (Sweeney 515) Pp 28-30 0515.00.0502
1940 
Pencil Points - December 1940 (Published Monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corp., Stamford Conn.) Mather, Alan “The Perennial Trail Blazer.” Review of “Two Great Americans”, and exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, beginning January 5,  1941.  Admission is 25c.  Original cover price $0.50.  8.75 x 11.75.  (Sweeney 517) Pp 16 0517.00.1106
1940 
Arizona Highways - May 1940 (Published by the Arizona Highway Department) Carlson, Raymond 1) "Mr. Wright and Taliesin West" Intro on Page 2.   2) "Frank Lloyd Wright" concerns Wright and Taliesin.  Original List Price 10 cents.  9 x 12. (Sweeney 518) 1) Pp 2  
2) Pp 4-5
0518.00.0105
Wright, Frank Lloyd 1) "To Arizona" concerns Taliesin West.  2) "In Arizona, The Taliesin Fellowship"  Original List Price 10 cents.  9 x 12. 1) Pp 6-13
2) Pp 14-15
0518.01.0105
1940
Newsweek - July 1, 1940 (Published weekly by Weekly Publications, Inc., Dayton, Ohio) Anonymous "New Design for Worship: The Reverend Burris Jenkins of Kansas City, Mo., preaches modernism. That he also practices it is shown by his new $175,000 Community church, designed by the noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright to look somewhat like a World’s Fair Building. Its walls will be steel, coasted outside and inside with rose-colored concrete. The banked, windowless auditorium will have 1,200 individual chairs instead of pews, a movie screen, and twelve dressing rooms... Continued... (Sweeney 519) P 38 0519.00.0416
1940 
Town & Country - Feb 1940 (Published monthly by Hearst Magazine, Inc. New York) Patterson, Augusta Owen "3 Modern Houses. No 1. Owner, Herbert F. Johnson, Jr., Racine. Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright traces the house he designed from Herbert F. Johnson, Jr... straight back to the Indian tepee, which had a fire in the center and a hole in the top to let the smoke out. It is 100 per cent American, drawn practically out of the Wisconsin prairies, for which Mr. Wright has a deep and romantic feeling. It is timeless architecture, standing on its own native nobility, owning nothing on...  Continued...  (Sweeney 521) Pp 52-57 0521.00.0313
1940 
Time - December 2, 1940 Anonymous Religion: Something new in churches. Wright design for Community Church, Kansas City.  Article and illustration. (Sweeney 525) Pp 38, 40 0525.00.0702
1940 
The Art News - February 24, 1940 (Published Weekly from October to middle of June, Monthly during July to September by Art News Inc., New York.) Udall, Mary C. “Wright: Great U.S. Architect. First Comprehensive Exhibition at Boston’s Modern Institute.” He has been published and lauded in Europe for thirty years as one of the great architects of our century, his work has not been given a comprehensive exhibition in America.  Includes four photographs. Original cover price 25c. 10 x 14.  (Sweeney 526) Pp 6-7 16 0526.00.1106
1940 
Architectural Forum -September 1940 Frank Lloyd Wright Chicago’s Auditorium is Fifty Years old.  Wright’s impressions concerning the Auditorium designed by Adler & Sullivan.  (Sweeney 527) Pp 10, 12 0527.00.0103
1940 
Newsweek - November 25, 1940 Anonymous Wright Goes to Washington With a $15,000,000 Surprise. Concerns Crystal Heights project.  (Sweeney 530) P 48 0530.00.0403
1940 
The Art Digest - February 15, 1940  (Published Semi-monthly October to May, Monthly June to September by The Art Digest, Inc., New York) Anonymous “Wright in Boston”  “... Wright came to town the seek and did his darndest to stir up battle.  Wright went to Boston on the occasion of the opening of an exhibition of his work at the Institute of Modern Art.”  Original cover price 25 cents.  8.7 x 12.1.  (Sweeney 531) Pg 28 0531.00.0607
1941
1941 
Architectural Forum - June 1941 Anonymous Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright on Architecture"  (Sweeney 533) P 34, 88 0533.00.0402
1941
New York Times Book Review - August 3, 1941 (Published weekly by the New York Times Company) Duffus, R. L. Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright on Architecture". "Frank Lloyd Wright, On Men and Stones. His Selected Writings Present the Ideas of a Vigorous, Creative Personality... The present collection of his writings, some previously published, some from manuscripts, adds nothing new to what any one with sufficient interest in the subject cold learn from him and about him. It has its value, however, for those who care to check on the consistency, persistency and growth of his ideas...  Continued...  (Sweeney 536) Pp 3, 10 0536.00.0513
1941
Pencil Points - November 1941 (Published Monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corp., East Stroudsburg, PA.) Seward, John C. Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright on Architecture, Selected Writings 1894-1940", Edited with an introduction by Frederick Gutheim (265 Pages, Duell, Sloan and Pearce Inc, New York, $3.50) Here in a Red Nine Square volume, that must be opened upon a desk if is to be read with any comfort, are the chronological outburst of the creative architectural mind: a mind with a theory that has been abused, criticized, prostituted, but never truly grasped. For fifty years Frank... Continued... (Sweeney 539) Pp 66 0539.00.0516
1941
The Saturday Review of Literature - June 14, 1941 (Published weekly by the Saturday Review Company, Inc., New York) Feiss, Carl Book Review: Frank Lloyd Wright on Architecture, Selected Writings 1894-1940, Wright, 1941, $3.50. "Architect-Writer. This is the first of a set of three books on or by Frank Lloyd Wright, the other two to appear within the next year. The second book is Mr. Wright's autobiography, published in 1932, revised and brought up to date; the third is to be a compendium of photographs of his buildings. Frank Lloyd Wright is unquestionably America’s greatest contemporary architect. His work has been stimulating...  Continued...   Pg 18 0540.01.0718
1941 
Arizona Highways - Oct 1941 (Published by the Arizona Highway Department) Carlson, Raymond "An Arizona Dwelling by Frank Lloyd Wright".  Concerns the Paulson House.  Nine photos and site plan. Original List Price 10 cents.  9 x 12. (Sweeney 542) Pp 3, 6-11 0542.00.0105
1941 
Magazine of Art - January 1941 Gutheim, F.A. "First Reckon with his Future". Frank Lloyd Wright’s Exhibit at the Modern Museum. This is a review of "Two Great Americans" exhibit, MOMA, NY.  (Sweeney 549) Pp 32-3 0549.00.0302
1941
The Art Bulletin - March 1941 (Published Quarterly by The College Art Association of America, New York) Hitchcock, Henry-Russell Exhibitions and Collections: "Frank Lloyd Wright at the Museum of Modern Art. This past winter’s exhibition of the work of Frank Lloyd Wright at the Museum of Modern Art - November 13, 1940 to January 5, 1941 - was certainly the most important architectural exhibition that has been held there since the international exhibition of Modern Architecture of 1832... I wrote, ‘There is already no question that Wright is one of the greatest architects of all time.’ It is unnecessary to...  Continued...  (Sweeney 552) Pp 73-76a 0552.00.0514
1941 
Pencil Points - March 1941 Anonymous Royal Gold Metal for 1941 has been awarded by King George to Frank Lloyd Wright. Portrait & Caption.  (Sweeney 558) Pp 17 0558.00.0203
Pippin, Paul Romance is not Dead. Article includes Wright’s Falling Water. Pp 10 0558.01.0203
1941 
Architectural Forum - February 1941 Anonymous 1) Royal Metal comes to America  (Sweeney 562) 1) Pp 10 0562.00.0102
Anonymous 2) (Related Article) House in Boalsburg, Penna. Raymond Viner Hall, Architect.  Adaptation of the Jacobs House. 2) Pp 105 0562.01.0102
1941 
National Geographic - March 1941 Stewart, Anthony B. "Tulsa Home of Editor Richard Lloyd Jones." Photograph of home. (Sweeney 565) Pp 305 0565.00.0275
1941 
Saturday Review - August 23, 1941 Frank Lloyd Wright "Mumford Lectures".  Review of "The South in Architecture: Lectures in Alabama" by Lewis Mumford, published 1941. Review by Frank Lloyd Wright.  (Sweeney 567) Pp 15-16 0567.00.0703
1941 
Scribner’s Commentator - October 1941 (Published monthly by P. & S. Publishing, Inc. Mount Morris, Ill.) Frank Lloyd Wright “The American Quality.  With a Picture Section of Outstanding Works.”  “The less we ally ourselves with alien forces - the more nature will smile upon our efforts to build a future greatness.  Not ‘An American Century’ of conquest, but a rebirth of ‘American Quality’.”  Includes a photo essay of 14 photographs. Original cover price 25 cents. 6.25 x 9. (Sweeney 569) Pp 35-46 0569.00.0307
1941 
Architectural Forum - August 1941 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous “Wright Over London.” Excerpts from an article that Wright wrote for the “News Chronicle”.  They requested an article entitled “How I would rebuild London.” “Two years ago Wright... Continued...  (Sweeney 570) Pp 68 0570.00.1206
Anonymous “Billets from Britain.” Excepts from leading British journals.  “Wright Reaction. We have tried to get our teeth in Mr. Frank Lloyd... Continued... Pp 108 0570.01.1206
Anonymous “Forum of Events. Auditorium Saved.” Chicago Auditorium Theater was to be demolished.  “Adler’s acoustics,“  says Frank Lloyd... Continued... Pp 14 0570.02.1206
1941 
The American Home - April 1941 Kimbrough, Emily Four Family. Suntop House in Ardmore, PA. Pp 80-1 0571.01.0103
1941 
Architectural Forum - October 1941 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous “Built-in Features. Two-way Cupboards.” Open shelves without doors on either dining or kitchen side. One photo and one illustration. Specific home not indicated. Original List Price $1.00.  9x12. Pp 281 0571.02.0606
1941
Marquette Engineer - March 1941 - (Published quarterly by the students of the College of Engineering under the auspices of the Marquette Engineering Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin) Kriva, John; Hansen, Quinten S.C. Johnson Building. "He's ‘Wright,’ They're Wrong. It isn't the largest, nor the smallest, but it is one of the most unique office buildings in the United States. It hasn't columns which conform to Euler’s, Gordon's, or Rankine’s formulae. It has neither windows, chimneys, front entrances, nor sloping roof's... Mr. Wright constructed a lone column in the near by lot and applied a dead load of 5 tons that tendered in his design calculations. To the amazement of the onlookers, the column withstood the compressed...  Continued...   Pp 60-62 0571.19.0817
1942
1942 
Architectural Forum - June 1942 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous Book Review: “In The Nature of Materials” by Henry-Russell Hitchcock.  Includes two photos and two illustrations.  Original List Price $1.00. 9x12.  (Sweeney 575) Pp 14 0575.00.0606
1942 
Architectural Concrete - Number 1, 1942  (Published Quarterly by the Portland Cement Association, Chicago, Ill.) Chambers, Wm. S., Jr., “Innovations in College Chapel Architecture.”  Anne Pfeiffer Chapel, Florida Southern College.  Includes three photographs.  (William Chambers is the Publicity director for Florida Southern College)  9 x 12. (Sweeney 586) Pp 16-17 0586.00.0307
1942 
The Kenyon Review - Winter 1942 (Published by Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio) Goodman, Paul; Goodman, Percival "Frank Lloyd Wright on Architecture." In depth analysis of Wright’s latest book. Discusses "Organic Architecture", "Domestic Architecture", and "Organic Architecture and the International Style". "...Wright does not think as a great entrepreneur; he merely rather hopes that Broadacres is inevitable. (In fact it must be said of him that throughout his long career he has never mixed in the schemes nor compromised with the tastes of his wealthy clients. It is mysterious in these... Continued...  (Sweeney 589) Pp 7 - 29 0589.00.0310
1942 
Life Magazine - November 9, 1942 Anonymous Midwesterners Stay Calm in Critical Times.  Photo and caption about Wright. (Sweeney 592) Pp 109 0592.00.0302
1942 
Time - May 4, 1942 Anonymous Art: Usonian Evolution.  Biographic information as well as a review of "In the Nature of Materials" (Sweeney 593) Pp 67 0593.00.1104
1942 
The Complete Photographer - September 20, 1942 Gilpin, Laura Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright taken in 1938 by Laura Gilpin. Pp 2376c 0593.03.0704
1942 
Fortune - January 1942 Anonymous Goodby Mr. Chippendale. Contemporary designers use materials of today to design for the living. Photo of Fallingwater by Hedrich-Blessing. Also includes caption. Pp 56-7 0593.02.0504
1943
1943
Wisconsin Magazine of History - December 1943 (Published quarterly by The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Hamlin, Talbot Book Review: "An Autobiography," Wright, (Duell, Sloane & Pearce, New York, 1943, 561 pp. Price $4.50.) Not only does this new edition of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Autobiography bring the story of his extraordinary career up to date, but also from the almost Olympian heights on which his age and his position have now established him he feels able to tell of many significant points in his earlier life which through discretion of timidity the book in its original form did not contain. Thus now...  Continued... (Sweeney 317) Pp 227-229 0317.00.0516
1944
1944 
Arizona Highways - November 1944 Miller, Joseph The Sun Country.  (Arizona Biltmore).  Interesting captions include: "The original scheme of the hotel is the work of Frank Lloyd Wright...".  "Arizona Biltmore was erected under supervision of Albert McArthur, a former apprentice of Wright...".  (Sweeney 599) Pp 2-9 0599.00.0302
1944
Architectural Forum - April 1944 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous Guggenheim Museum. "News: New York Discovers An Architect. At home in the flat plains of the Middle-West, the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright has markedly failed to stir the imagination of the big investors responsible for New York’s swank avenues. But if the East has been indifferent to Wright, Wright has been indifferent to what he calls the ‘architectural fashion-mongers’, who have littered New York with a collection of ‘architectural fry bones bleaching in the sun.’ Last month the Guggenheim Foundation...  Continued... (Sweeney 600) Pp 70 0600.00.0417
1944 
Architectural Forum - January 1944 Anonymous Slum of the Soul. Wright’s response to tomorrow’s house. (Sweeney 603) Pp 104, 106 0603.00.0503
Structural Clay Products Institute Ad for SCPI. Interior photo of Johnson Wax building. Pp 10 0603.01.0503
Anonymous Prefab Champion. Includes Wright illustration from the LHJ, 1902. Pp 45 0603.02.0503
1944 
Architectural Forum - May 1944 (Published monthly by Time Inc., New York) Anonymous " ‘Built in the U.S.A. 1932-44'. The Museum of Modern Art opens a show and publishes a book on the best modern U.S. architecture of the past dozen years. A first-rate birdseye view of the achievements of contemporary building... Head and shoulders above all the work stand the three buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright, who at an age when most men exchange the drafting stool for the wheel chair, is showing the younger generation what vision really means." Under the category of "Houses"...  Continued... Pp 81-96 0603.04.0811
1944 
Magazine of Art - January 1944 (Published monthly October through May by The American Federation of Arts, Washington D.C.) Born, Wolfgang "Geo-Architecture: An American Contribution to the Art of the Future. ...In modern America Frank Lloyd Wright built a house in which the visions of Deck and Ledoux seem to be materialized. It is ‘Fallingwater", the Edgar F. Kaufmann house at Bear Run, Pennsylvania., which is constructed above a natural waterfall in such a way that its walls are integrated in the natural rocks of the gorge..." Article describes Fallingwater. Includes one photograph of Fallingwater and Charles Ledoux’s painting of a design for...  Continued... Pp 16-21 0605.01.0412
1944 
Pencil Points - June 1944 Anonymous Progressive architecture implies creation of elements of an improved environment. Ten pages selected from the Museum of Modern Art’s Exhibit, "Built in the USA". Full page photo and description of Taliesin West. Pp 62 0602.01.1002
1945
1945 

Pencil Points - September 1945

Creighton, Thomas Book Review: Enter: The Hero. When Democracy Builds  (Sweeney 616) Pp 118 120 0616.00.0303
1945 
Saturday Review - May 19, 1945 Kahn, Ely Jacques "Realistic Dreams for Tomorrow". Book review of "When Democracy Builds".  (Sweeney 619) Pg 26 0619.00.1101
1945 
Pencil Points - September 1945 Reid, Kenneth Houses for the People. Includes "Opus 497" which was published in the Ladies Home Journal. See Sweeney 636 and 644.  (Sweeney 616) Pp 59-66 0631.00.0303
1945 
Time - September 24, 1945 (Published weekly by Time, Inc., Chicago, IL) Anonymous Art: "Made in Japan, U.S. Designed. Twelve days after Tokyo’s worst recorded earthquake, famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright received a cablegram from the Japanese baron who ran the Imperial Hotel... Some 400 incendiaries had gutted the south wing, burning out 150 bedrooms. Also destroyed was the Imperial’s fancy Peacock Hall... Last week the hotel’s management (via Domei) begged Wright to come back and rebuild the gutted wing. Said Wright: let the Japs do it themselves...  Continued...  (Sweeney 633) Pg 46 0633.00.1209
1945 
Time - October 29, 1945 (Published weekly by Time, Inc., Chicago, IL) Wright, Frank Lloyd Letters: "Black Time, White Wright. Sirs: I refer to Time’s piece [Sept. 24] on the Imperial Hotel... Let my secretary speak. Quotation of Eugene Masselink: ‘Dear Mr. Wright... I was present when you spoke over the telephone to them and in reply to their questions you said: ‘No, I have received no request from Japan... I have never used the slang myself and I never will...’ " "The Facts: Domei reported the hotel management’s request, and Time disrespectfully condensed arrogant Architect Wright’s adjectival...  Continued... Pp 6, 8 0633.01.1209
1945 
Ladies Home Journal - June 1945 Murdock, Henrietta Accent on Living. Opus 497. The intriguing room... is the everyday family room of our latest postwar house... floor-to-ceiling windows, with the drama of all outdoors for a background. This new kind of room has been made to fit the family and its everyday family activities, so you can play, read, eat, talk and study all in the same big area... Continued...  (Sweeney 636) For more information see our Wright Study on Opus 497. Pp 141 0636.00.0502
1945 
Architectural Forum - August 1945 (Published by Time Incorporated, New York) Anonymous (Life) "Wright’s Spiral". Museum to house the Solomon R. Guggenheim collection of non-objective art. Circular top to project 24 ft. beyond ground level building line. Will cost $1 million. Original List Price $1.00. 8.25 x 11.25.  (Sweeney 639) Pp 7-8 0639.00.0305
1945 
Ladies Home Journal - June 1945 Pratt, Richard Opus 497. The world’s most distinguished architect designs a crystal house, for town or country, which can have far-reaching effects on future living for all of us.  Continued...  (Sweeney 644) For more information see our Wright Study on Opus 497. Pp138-9 0644.00.0502
1945 
Life Magazine - October 8, 1945 (Published weekly by Time, Inc., New York) Anonymous 1) "Speaking of Pictures ...New Art Museum will be New York’s Strangest Building." Includes five photographs of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Guggenheim Museum Model.
2) "The Waldorf-Astoria. Most Famous U.S. Hotel Thrives on Sumptuous Efficiency." An eight story on the Waldorf-Astoria and Lucius Boomer (1953 - S.261) client of Frank Lloyd Wright, pp 98-105. Includes one photograph of Lucius Boomer. Original cover price 10c. 10.5 x 14.
(Sweeney 645)
Pp 12-13, 15 0645.00.0200
1945 
Popular Science - December 1945 Anonymous The "Spiral Museum" Pg 125 0647.01.0202
1946
1946
Kenyon Review, The - Winter 1946 (Published by Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio) Bentley, Eric Book Review: "When Democracy Builds". "Frank Lloyd Wright’s book is important as a symptom of current fallacies or, more precisely, of the classic and time-honored fallacies of philosophic anarchism which are the same yesterday today and forever. His assumption that politics can somehow be by-passed by the builders of the new world is reinforced by what one might call the Professional Illusion - the illusion each profession suffers from, that its methods and matters afford a general panacea..." Original cover price 75c. 6 x 9. Pp 160-163 0624.02.0613
1946 
Saturday Review of Literature - April 13, 1946 (Published weekly by the Saturday Review Association, Inc, New York) Kahn, Ely Jacques Book Review: "My Father Who In On Earth" by John Lloyd Wright, $3.50. "Life, More or Less, With Father. ...His son... has written a book... and one is puzzled in trying to be fair in judging it. It is a variety of anticlimax to read odds and ends of family history and certain quasi-scandalous items... It seems a pity that the son should have found it necessary to concentrate on minor matters and have failed to use his unusual opportunities to present to us details in the life of his father that...  Continued...  (Sweeney 653) Pg 52 0653.00.0311
1946 
House Beautiful - December 1946  (Published monthly by Hearst Magazines Inc., New York) Gordon, Elizabeth “One Man’s House.  We give much lip service to two architectural principles: That a man’s house should be a personal expression and that it should take its place naturally in the landscape.  Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home and workshop in Arizona really does both.  The result is beautiful, exciting and very hard to explain.”  All photographs by Maynard Parker.  Includes 31 photographs.  Original cover price 35c.  9.25 x 12.25  (Sweeney 661) Pp 186-196, 235 0661.00.0607
1946 
Progressive Architecture - October 1946  (Published Monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corp., New York) Anonymous “House at Bloomfield Hills, Michigan” Gregor Affleck Residence.  “We have seen the other houses and we don’t like them and we like yours...” “Did you ever think how foolish it is to build a house you don’t like so that you can sell it to somebody who will not like it either?”   Includes thirteen photographs and one illustration including a portrait of Wright.  Original cover price $1.00.  8.75 x 11.5. (Two copies) (Sweeney 664) Pp 14, 16, 67-70 0664.00.0307
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1946 
Architectural Forum - June 1946 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous “House In Connecticut.” Frank Lloyd Wright transforms a barren hilltop into a Yankee Shangri-la, creating a site for Gerald Loeb’s future residence where none existed before.  Includes eight photos and of a model and two illustrations for the proposed Loeb house. Original List Price $1.00. 9.5 x 12.5.  (Sweeney 665) Pp 83-88 0665.00.0506
1946 
House Beautiful - June 1946 (Published by Hearst Magazines, Inc. New York) Anonymous, Portrait by Karsh, Yousuf "Meet Frank Lloyd Wright". House Beautiful introduces you to the people who influence your life. Portrait by Yousuf Karsh. Original List Price 35 cents. 9.25 x 12.25.  (Sweeney 666) Pp 76-77 163 0666.00.0305
1946 
Architectural Forum - January 1946 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous “The Modern Gallery. The world’s greatest architect, at 74, designs the boldest building of his career.” Feature article on the Guggenheim Museum. Includes eight photographs and eight illustrations of the Guggenheim model. Original List Price $1.00. 9.5 x 12.5. (Sweeney 669) Pp Cover, 81-88 0669.00.1006
Allen, Roger;  Purcell, William Gray Letters: Two letters in response to Mr. Balwin’s remarks about Wright. Pp 40, 44 0669.01.1006
1946 
House Beautiful - December 1946  (Published monthly by Hearst Magazines Inc., New York) Anonymous “The most influential design source of the last 50 years.”  “The effect of any genius is seldom seen in his own time.  But the case of Frank Lloyd Wright is different...  Continued...  (Sweeney 670) Pg 185 0670.00.0607
Anonymous “What inspired House Beautiful?  Like most institutions that outlive their originators, House Beautiful was stared as a crusade.  Our...  Continued... Pp 150-151 0670.01.0607
Anonymous “America Did it First. Frank Lloyd Wright designed this house in 1903. Opposite you’ll see its influence on Modern today...” The caption...  Continued... Pp 156-157 0670.02.0607
1946 
Fortune - August 1946 (Two Copies) Nelson, George 1) Wright’s Houses. Two residences, built by a great architect for himself, make the landscape look as if it had been designed to fit them. Photographs by Ezra Stoller.  (Sweeney 672) Pp 116-25 0672.00.0603
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Anonymous 2) Genius Americanus. Full page photo and text introducing Wright article on page 116. Photo by Ben Schnall. Pp 17 0672.01.0603
0672.01.0904
1946 
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Life Magazine - August 12, 1946 Sargent, Winthrop Frank Lloyd Wright: The titan of modern architecture still flings his houses and his insults at backward colleagues. (Sweeney 676) Pp 84-96 0676.00.0401
1946 
Readers Digest - November  1946 Sargeant, Winthrop Titan of Modern Architecture. A condensed version of the Life Magazine article, August 12, 1946, Sweeney 676. (Sweeney 677) Pp 31-5 0677.00.0902
1946 
Magazine of Art - January 1946 (Published by The American Federation of Arts, Washington D.C.) Frank Lloyd Wright "The Modern Gallery: For The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation: New York City."  "For the first time in the history of architecture a true logarithmic spiral has been worked out as a complete plastic building..."  Wright describes museum.  Includes three photographs of model
and Wright with model, courtesy of The Architectural Forum.  Original cover price $0.75.  9 x 12.
(Sweeney 681)
Pp 24-26 0681.00.0107
1946 
Popular Mechanics - September 1946 (Published monthly by Popular Mechanics Co., Chicago) Anonymous Hilltop House. (Designed for Gerald Loeb, project.) Frank Lloyd Wright, distinguished American architect, designed this house to fit a Connecticut hilltop site. The house itself is not yet built. The model shows the rhythmic arrangement of pavilions, loggias, gardens and pools which will spread over a ground area of 73,728 square feet... Wright’s students built furnished 6 by 12-foot model of house for N.Y. Museum of Modern Art.) Includes four photographs and one illustration (floor plan). 6.6 x 9.4. Original cover price 25c. Pg 105 0685.07.0813
1946 

Science and Mechanics - October 1946

Anonymous "Fifteen Story Glass Tower to House Research Lab." Johnson Wax tower. Includes illustration. Pp 89 0685.01.0904
1946 
Town & Country - December 1946 Hitchcock, Henry-Russell Jr. "Prairie". Full page color photo of the Herbert F. Johnson home. Also includes description. Pp 113 0685.02.1004
1947
1947 
Architectural Forum - July 1947 Anonymous Announcements: Awards. Wright chosen as member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters.  (Sweeney 691) Pp 64 0691.00.0402
Anonymous Materials: Rise of Radiant Heating. Refers to Frank Lloyd Wright’s use of radiant Heat in the Johnson Wax Building in 1937. Pp 12 0691.01.0402
1947 
Architectural Forum - February  1947 Hadley, Homer Letters: Cracks and Cambers. Letter about Imperial Hotel.  (Sweeney 697) Pp 22 0697.00.0403
1947 
Time - January 27, 1947 (Published weekly by Time, Inc., Chicago, IL) Anonymous Art: "Happy Mortuary. The call - long distance from a man named Nicholas P. Daphne - came through at midnight. Silver-maned Frank Lloyd Wright struggled out of bed to answer it, heard an unfamiliar voice at the other end of the wire saying: ‘I’ve got the finest site, in the heart of San Francisco, and I want the finest mortuary in the world. So I figure,’ the voice pursued, ‘I need the finest architect in the world.’ " Article about the Daphne Funeral Chapels (project). Original cover price 20c. 8.25 x 11.2  (Sweeney 699) Pp 63 0699.00.0612
1947 
Albright Art Gallery, Gallery Notes - June 1947 (Published three times a year by The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, N.Y.) Hitchcock, Henry-Russell, Jr. "Notes on Wright Buildings in Buffalo. Five examples of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture are to be found in Buffalo. The following notes by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Jr., author and architectural critic, refer to these buffalo buildings which were included in the photographic exhibition, ‘Architecture in Buffalo,’ shown at the Albright Art Gallery in 1940." The five buildings include the Larkin Administration Building, the Martin, Barton, Heath and Davidson houses. Includes five photographs. Original cover price 25c. 5.5 x 8.5.  (Sweeney 700) Pp 18-21 0700.00.0410
1947
Architectural Forum - Aug 1947 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous News: "Frank Lloyd Wright designed this 47-story glass hotel which Texas oil tycoon Rogers Lacy plans to build in Dallas ‘as soon as costs of labor and material becomes fair.’ Wright said the construction of glass, magnesium and stainless steel will be stronger than reinforced concrete. Outer walls will be diamond-shaped glass panes with an axis measuring 5 ft. 6 in..." Includes one illustration of the Rogers Lacey Hotel project. Original cover price $1.00. 9.75 x 12.5. (Sweeney 705) Pp 12 0705.00.0613
1947 
Architectural Forum - April 1947 Anonymous Planners’ Platform: Top-rank professionals spend two day talking about what kind of environment they would plan for modern society - if they has a chance. Includes group photograph and short bio. (Sweeney 706) Pp 12-14 0706.00.1104
1947 
Architectural Forum - February 1947 Anonymous Wright honored by election to membership of the National Institute of Arts and Letters.  (Sweeney 708) Pp 12 0708.00.0403
1947 
Architectural Forum - January 1947 Salter, L.J. Defense of the Imperial Hotel. Response to the Nov. 1946 Issue. He also refers to the Sept. 26, 1923 account in the Pasadena Star-News.  (Sweeney 711) Pp 34 0711.00.0402
1947 
Architectural Forum - April 1947 1) Troller, Norbert 1) Letter: Forum Fountain. Czechoslovakian architect voices concerns about Guggenheim and Loeb house. (Sweeney 714) 1) Pp 22 0714.00.1104
2) Bittermann, Eleanor 2) Review: The Architectural Review Jan 1947. Includes mention of Wright’s work. 2) Pp 150, 154 0714.01.1104
1947 
Albright Art Gallery, Gallery Notes - June 1947 (Published three times a year by The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, N.Y.) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Building a Democracy. Democracy and architecture, if both are organic, cannot be two separate things. Neither can democracy nor architecture be enforced, in an sense. Both must come from within, spontaneously... In a democracy there is only Freedom." "Reprinted by permission of the author from Taliesin Square-Paper Number Ten." On October 29, 1946, Wright spoke at the New York Herald Tribune Annual Forum, held at the Waldorf-Astoria, in New York City. His speech was titled "The Right to Be One’s Self"...  Continued...   (Sweeney 716) Pp 14-18 0716.00.0410
1947
New York Times Magazine - April 20, 1947 (Published weekly by The New York Times Company, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd Wright comments on the UN Headquarters. "We Must Shape True Inspiration. In connection with the discussion of what form the United Nations headquarters should take, The Times asked Frank Lloyd Wright, distinguished American architect, for any comment he cared to make. His reply follows: Enlightened democracy is still in search of a form and has no great official building it could honestly call home. Like the cuckoo, it nests in homes devised by its adversaries... Continued... (Sweeney 720) Pp 59 0720.00.1014
1947 
Arizona Highways - September 1947 Photo by Bob Wilcox Photo of Arizona Biltmore Pp 10 0720.01.0902
1947 
Road & Track - June 1947. Volume 1, Number 1 (Published monthly by Road & Track, Hempstead, N.Y.) Anonymous "Europe on Park Avenue. With the opening in New York City of The Hoffman Motor Car Company’s new showroom at 487 Park Avenue, New Yorker’s now have the opportunity to seeing for themselves examples of some of the world’s finest and most luxurious automobiles. Responsible for the importation of these cars is Mr. M. E. Hoffman, veteran of twenty-five years in the sales of European automobiles, and president of the...  Continued...  (See our Wright Study on the Hoffman Showroom for more information.) Pp 8-9 0720.08.1110
1947 
Science and Mechanics - October - November 1947 Anonymous Design of 47 story glass tower for Dallas Texas. Includes illustration. Never built. Pp 24 0720.02.0904
1947 
U.S. Camera - March 1947 (Published monthly by U. S. Camera Publishing Corp., New York) Anonymous Faces by Karsh. Yousuf Karsh has become almost as famous as the personalities whom he photographs. From obscurity to overnight fame... He has released his new book, "Faces of Destiny", Ziff-Davis Publishing Co. Includes one portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright. Caption: "Frank Lloyd Wright, Karsh. Radiating vitality and charm throughout his sitting, the dean of modern architects proved a refreshing subject. He was glad to talk authoritatively on any matter and both he and Karsh enjoyed session...  Continued... Pp 28-31 0720.09.0811
1948
1948 
Time - February 9, 1948 Photos by Karsh, Guerrero & Stoller Art: Ahead of His Time.  Comments on the January 1948 issue of Architectural Forum (Sweeney 745) devoted to Wright.  Includes 7 photos.  (Sweeney 722) Pp 68-9 0722.00.0703
1948 
Architektur Und Wohnform, Innendekoration 57.  Jahrgang - Heft ½ 1948 (Published by Verlagsanstalt, Alexander Koch GMBH Stuttgart) Churchill, Henry S. “Fachliche Mitteilungen.” (German publication.) Reprint of an article that appeared in “Magazine of Art”, Feb 1948, pp 62-6 titled “Notes on Frank Lloyd Wright.”  Churchill writes about the relationship of Wright’s philosophy and architecture.  Includes 3 photographs.  9.5 x 12.5.  (Sweeney 724) Pp 1-2 0724.01.0606
1948 
Architectural Forum - September 1948 Kennedy, Sighle Frank Lloyd Wright. A review of the 21 minute film "California Architecture". 16mm, cost $150.   (Sweeney 731) Pp 200 0731.00.0102
1948 
House & Garden  - August 1948 (Published monthly by The Conde Nast Publications Inc., New York) Mock, Elizabeth B. “Taliesin West. Elizabeth B. Mock describes a unique way of living embodied in the Arizona headquarters of Frank Lloyd Wright and his student-architects.”  Includes 10 photos and one illustration.  Original cover price $0.50.  9.5 x 12.75. (Sweeney 733) Pp 3, 52-55, 91 0733.00.0706
1948
House Beautiful - Aug 1948 (Published monthly by the Hearst Corp., New York) Pope, Loren Pope Residence. "The Love Affair of a Man and His House. This story of what a modern house means to its owner came to house beautiful unsolicited. We held it for more than a year before we decided to be brave enough to publish it. We say brave because it will make a lot of our readers very angry. But since it is true that the house is so much more then a shelter, we think people ought to know about it. (Pope:) For six years we lived in a truly modern house, designed and built for us by Frank Lloyd Wright... Continued... (Sweeney 734) Pp 32-34 80 90 0734.00.0617
1948 
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Architectural Forum - January 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright Portrait   (Sweeney 735) Pp 54 0735.00.0500
1948 
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Architectural Forum - January 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright   (Sweeney 745) Pp 65 - 156, Cover 0745.00.0500
1948 
Architectural Record - November 1948 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) Anonymous “Wright Homes for Westchester.” A cooperative housing development of 50 homes in Mount Pleasant, N.Y. By Usonia Homes Inc., Original cover list price $1.00.  9x12.  (Sweeney 746) Pp 10, 170 0746.00.0506
1948 
Harper’s Bazaar - July 1948  (Published monthly by Hearst Magazines, Inc., New York) Andrews, Wayne “Three Hundred Years of American Houses.”  Included in this article is one paragraph and one image of the Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, ILL. Original cover price 60 cents.  9.75 x 12.75. Pp 76 0746.12.0307
1949
1949
Architectural Forum - August 1949 (Published monthly by Time Inc., New York) Anonymous Book Review: "Genius and the Mobocracy," Frank Lloyd Wright, Duell, Sloan & Pearce, New York, $5.00. "When Frank Lloyd Wright went to see Louis Sullivan about a draftsman’s job, the Chicago architectural firm of Adler & Sullivan was already famous. The commission for the Auditorium building had come into the office, and Sullivan had just finished his first sketches (the tower had a Gothic look). At 34, Sullivan was recognized as one of the most brilliant designers...  Continued...  (Sweeney 751) Pp Cover, 94-97 0751.00.1114
1949 
New York Times Book Review - July 10, 1949 Hamlin, Talbot Review: "Genius and the Mobobracy". "A Great American Architect Pays Tribute to His Teacher."  (Sweeney 755) Pg 3 0755.00.0798
1949 
Saturday Review - September 3, 1949 (Published weekly by The Saturday Review Associates, Inc.  New York) Spitz, David Book Review: “The Mob is Wrong with Wright.”  Review of “Genius and the Mobobracy”, Wright, 1949.  “...If it serves no other purpose, this book should help to remind us that eminence in architecture, as in any other non-political field, is no guide to political competence.”  Includes one portrait of Wright by Valentino Sarra.  Original Cover Price $0.20. (Sweeney 759) Pg 21 0759.00.0807
1949
Architect and Engineer - January 1949 (Published monthly by The Architect and Engineer, Inc., San Francisco, CA) Anonymous "Architect Wright Given Gold Medal. Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s distinguished connoisseur of modern architecture, has been selected to receive the Gold Medal of the American Institute of Architects, highest honor of the national organization. Douglas W. Orr, President of the A. I. SA., in announcing the award said Wright was selected to receive the Gold Medal by the Board of Directors ‘in recognition of Mr. Wright’s distinguished contribution to the profession of architecture...  Continued...   (Sweeney 762) Pp 31 0762.00.1215
1949
New York Times Magazine - June 5, 1949 1949 (Published weekly by The New York Times Company, New York) Blake, Peter "Architect From the Prairies. This Wednesday, Frank Lloyd Wright will celebrate his eightieth birthday. The changes are that he will be too busy to spend much time on the celebration. On his drawing boards there are dozens of houses, hotels, a museum, offices. However, he may take time out to reflect that at last a battle has been won. Only last March the American Institute of Architects awarded his its gold medal. The citation said: ‘Frank Lloyd Wright has moved men’s minds * * * he has kindled men’s hearts...  Continued... (Sweeney 763) Pp 24-25 0763.00.0417
1949 
New York Times Book Review - July 24, 1949 (Published weekly by The New York Times Company, New York) Breit, Harvey Talk With Frank Lloyd Wright. ...he had just finished a new book, "Genius and the Mobobracy" ..."The new book" Mr. Wright said, "is the fulfillment of a promise I made to Louis Sullivan three days before he died. His hands were shaking and he put into my hands some drawings saying, ‘Some day you’ll be writing about this.’ I have kept this promise, at the busiest time of my life. There is more work on my tables just ahead than there was during all of the past fifty-six years of my practice...  Continued... (Sweeney 765) Pp 11 0765.00.0511
1949 
Arizona Highways - October 1949 Carlson, Raymond Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesin West  (Sweeney 767) Pp 4-9 0767.00.0401
Wright, Frank Lloyd To Arizona: Excerpts from May 1940 Issue of Arizona Highways Pp 10-11 0767.01.0401
Wright, Frank Lloyd Living in the Desert Pp 12-15 0767.02.0401
1949 
Architectural Forum - January 1949 (Published Monthly by Time, Inc. New York) Anonymous Awards: “Frank Lloyd Wright, A.I.A. will give belated honor to world’s great architect. ...finally, the architectural profession in his own country is about to give belated recognition to the man whom many consider to be the greatest living architect.” Includes a portrait of Wright by Ralph Crane.  Original cover price $1.00. 9.75 x 12.5.  (Sweeney 770) Pp 14 0770.00.0907
1949 
L’Architecture D’Aujourd’Hui - (The Architecture of Today) - No 24, June 1949 (Published in French in Paris France) Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright receives Medal.  (Sweeney 771) P V 0771.00.0703
1949 
Architectural Forum - May 1949 Kennedy, Sighle Reviews: Wright’s Hartford Theater show in a New York City museum exhibit. New Theater, Hartford, Conn. Exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art by Frank Lloyd Wright, April 1949.  Related item: The New Theatre - Special Exhibition  (Sweeney 775) Pp 162-3 0775.00.1204
1949 
Theatre Arts - July 1949  (Published monthly by John D. McCarthur, Chicago) Lewis, Lloyd “The New Theatre... Frank Lloyd Wright, the world’s foremost architect, sees his long-planned theatre nearing construction.” New theater project for Hartford Connecticut. Never built, but design used for the Kalita Humphreys Theater in Dallas Texas.  Includes three photographs of the model.  Original cover price 50 cents. 8.5 x 11.25.  (Sweeney 777) Pp 33-34 0777.00.0807
1949
Newsweek - March 28, 1949 (Published weekly by Weekly Publications, Inc., Dayton, Ohio) Anonymous "Metal for a Titan." Wright awarded the Gold Metal of American Institute of Architects. "A rebellious old gentleman with a halo of snowy hair and an audacious, merry twinkle in his eyes stood up before a thousand delegates at the American Institute of Architects’ 81st convention in Houston, Texas, one night last week to receive his procession’s highest award. He was Frank Lloyd Wright, just turning 80, and his citation for the AIA’s gold medal, previously given only...  Continued... (Sweeney 778) Pp 74-75 0778.00.0416
1949
Architectural Forum - July 1949 (Published monthly by Time Inc., New York) Anonymous "People: Frank Lloyd Wright covered a lot of ground last month, made headlines wherever he stopped. In Washington he called on the President, proposed that the Capitol be moved out ‘Alongside the Mississippi – among the prairies, the cradle of democracy.’ ...In San Francisco he offered his own scheme for the new Butterfly Wing Bay Bridge (Project)... In Pittsburgh he advised Carnegie Tech architectural students to ‘leave the university; go home and make something of yourselves...  Continued...  (Sweeney 784) Pp 14 0784.00.0615
1949
Architectural Forum - September 1949 (Published monthly by Time Inc., New York) Foster, Willis Letters: "F.LL.W. at Carnegie Tech. Forum: Your note in the July issue of Frank Lloyd Wright’s advice to students: ‘leave the University; go home and make something of yourselves’ is a little stale. Forum could do a more profitable service by reporting a realistic, positive, helpful bit of advice from Mr. Wright on the subject... Wright’s comments were not directed specifically at Carnegie Tech, but at all universities and education in general... Editor." Note: This volume bound with July...  Continued...   Pp 26, 28 0798.22.0615
1949
Architectural Forum - November 1949 (Published monthly by Time Inc., New York) Anonymous 1) News: "Wright Masterpiece to Wreckers (Larkin Building). ‘The character and brutal power as well as the opportunity for beauty of our own age were coming clear to me,’ said Frank Lloyd Wright, recalling his early masterpiece, the Larkin Building, built for a mail-order firm in Buffalo in 1904. The first direct architectural expression of the machine age, the Larkin Building exploded the fakeries that were taken for granted in the building of the day..." Includes one photograph of the...  Continued...   Pp 14 0798.23.0615
1949
Architectural Forum - December 1949 (Published monthly by Time Inc., New York) Anonymous Building Reporter: "Selling wax with architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous Johnson Wax building in Racine has proved such a public relations booster for the manufacturer that he has commissioned Wright to add to the attraction. Last month the new attention-getter neared completion..." S.C. Johnson Research Tower. Includes one photograph of the research tower under construction. Note: This volume bound with July-December, 1949 Issues. Original cover price $1.00. 9.5 x 12.5 Pp 112 0798.24.0615
1949 
Esquire - January 1944 Photo By Yousuf Karsh Faces of Achievement - Frank Lloyd Wright (Sweeney 786) Pp 42 0786.00.0302
1949 
Esquire - January 1944 Photo By Mat Kauten The Prophet Honored in His Country (Sweeney 786) Pp 43 0786.01.0302
1949
Design - June 1949 - (Published monthly except July - September by Design Publishing Company, Columbus, Ohio) Stoddard, Donna M. (Director of Art, Florida Southern College) "Frank Lloyd Wright Designs a College. America’s Most Celebrated Architect Creates an Unparalleled Campus Growing. ‘Every building is out of the ground, into the light; a child of the sun.’ These words casually spoken to me by Frank Lloyd Wright made an indelible impression upon my mind. Watching the buildings from day to day as they grow makes one understand that these buildings are organic structures, belonging to the very earth on which they stand. Because of the intimacy between the various materials...  Continued... (Sweeney 788) Pp 12-13, 23 0788.00.0617
1949
Journal of The American Institute of Architects (AIA) - May 1949 (Published monthly by The American Institute of Architects at the Octagon, Washington, D.C.) Wright, Frank Lloyd Acceptance Speech of Frank Lloyd Wright. Upon receiving the Gold Medal for 1948 of the American Institute of Architects, Rice Hotel, Houston, Texas, March 17, 1949. "...architecture is in the gutter. It is. I have heard...  Continued...   (Sweeney 792) Pp 199-207 0792.00.1213
Anonymous Editor’s note: "A phonograph record was made of Frank Lloyd Wright’s speech at Houston in accepting The Institute's Gold Metal. We are told that the speech would fill both sides of four 12" disc records and it is possible that the set of...  Continued...  Pp 242
1949 
Theatre Arts - July 1949  (Published monthly by John D. McCarthur, Chicago) Wright, Frank Lloyd A tribute to Lloyd Lewis: “Proofs of the Lloyd Lewis article on The New Theatre reached me as word come from his wife Kathryn telling me I should not see Lloyd again.”  Wright designed the Lloyd Lewis Residence and Farm Unit in 1939 (S265-266). Includes one illustration of Wright by Richard Lindner.  Original cover price 50 cents. 8.5 x 11.25. (Sweeney 796) Pp 32 0796.00.0807
1949 

Look Magazine - November 8, 1949 (Published by Cowles Magazines, Inc., New York)

Wright, Frank Lloyd; Duchamp, Marcel "Modern Art Argument." Ten experts talk it over for 9 hours in San Francisco and try to clear up some public mis-understandings. Original List Price 15 cents. 10.5 x 13.25. Pp 80-83 0798.04.0305
1949
New York Times Magazine - March 13, 1949 (Published weekly by The New York Times Company, New York) Anonymous Photograph of Herbert F Johnson Residence, Wingspread (1937 - S.239). "Drama in Architecture. The photographs on these pages are among sixty prints, chosen by a jury for their excellence as photographs of buildings, which will be on view at the architectural League from March 15 to March 26. The exhibition represents the outstanding work of twenty-one members of the Architectural Photographers Association." First photograph (top left), Wingspread. Caption: "Overemphasized... Continued...  Pp 14 0798.15.1014
1949 
Pageant - December 1949 Margolius, Sidney "They Got the Homes They Wanted".  Article and photos including Usonian homes. Pp 114-19 0798.01.0102
1949 
Time - August 15, 1949 Anonymous Art: New Shells. Article about Richard Neutra includes write-up, quote and photo of Wright. Pp 58-65 0798.02.0802
1949 
Time - August 15, 1949 Anonymous Modern Houses... Across the USA. Includes photo of Fallingwater. Pp 60-1 0798.03.0802
 
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