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1970
1970 

Prairie School Review - No. 4, 1970

Radde, Bruce F. Book Review. "Frank Lloyd Wright: Public Buildings" (Sweeney 1681)   Pp 24-25 1681.00.0404
1970
Progressive Architecture - August 1970 (Published Monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corp., New York) Brooks, H. Allen Book Review: Two Chicago Architects and Their Clients, Eaton, Leonard K.(1969). "The title... aptly describes the content, for herein are recorded the biographies of 26 clients, half of whom built Wright houses and half of whom patronized architect Shaw... Wright’s clients however,, were from a different stratum of society. They were, as Wright often pointed out, middle-class men of business whose homes were built on a budget..." Original cover price $2.00. 8.5 x 11.5 (Sweeney 1763) Pp 100 1763.00.1215
1970 

Prairie School Review - No 1, 1970

Webster, J. Carson Book Review: "Two Chicago Architects and their Clients". (1969) (Sweeney 1768)   Pp 20-21 1768.00.0404
1970  Architectural Record - June 1970 (Published Monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) Anonymous "The First Christina Church of Phoenix, Arizona, now being built, was designed in 1950 for the Southwest Christian Seminary by Frank Lloyd Wright. The 1000-seat sanctuary is sheltered by a gently pitched roof terminating in a stained glass lantern-spire..." Includes two illustrations. (Sweeney 1821) Pg 42 1821.00.0213
Anonymous "The Rise of an American Architecture, 1815-1915, exhibition opens. A traveling exhibition organized by architectural historian Edgar Kaufmann has opened at New York City’s   Pg 36 1821.01.0213
1970
Art in America - September/October 1970 (Published bi-monthly by Art in America Co., Inc., New York) Glueck, Grace Wright windows on view at the Richard Feigen Gallery. "Around the time that (Patrick Henry) Bruce was Matisse-ing in Paris, Frank Lloyd Wright was designing some of this country's greatest house (a purely phenomeno-logical circumstances: the only thing the two have in common is a place on this season's agenda). A souvenir of that Wright era will be on view from mid-September to mid-October, when they Richard Feigen Gallery, downtown branch, shows a dozen windows, taken from...  Continue... Pp 39 1822.00.1018
1970  Prairie School Review - No. 4, 1970 Hasbrouck, Wilbert R. "The Earliest Work of Frank Lloyd Wright". (Sweeney 1824)   Pp 2 14-16 1824.00.0404
1970 

Camera - May 1970

Porter, Allan The Johnson Building, Racine, USA. Photos & Caption.  (Sweeney 1825)   Pp Cover 7, 21, 23-25 1825.00.0404
1970  Phoenix - July 1970 Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright’s Circular Sun House. The Lykes House. (Sweeney 1828)  See our Wright Study on the Lykes Residence. Pp 5 54-56 1828.00.0404
1970
Architectural Record - April 1970 (Published Monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) Anonymous "Masterpieces of two Sullivan students: one is destroyed, one saved. Irving Gill and Frank Lloyd Wright both leaned their art at Louis Sullivan’s feet... New life for the...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1831) Pp 40 1831.00.1115
Book Review: "The Chicago School of Architecture, A History of Commercial and Public Buildings in the Chicago Area, 1875-1925...  Continue... Pp 150 1831.01.1115
Book Review: "The Industrial Revolution Runs Away," by Frank Lloyd Wright. The architect’s revised edition of The Disappearing City (1932)...  Continue... Pp 150 1831.02.1115
1970  Architectural Forum - October 1970 (Published 10 times a year by Whitney Publishing, Inc., New York) Swedlow Swedcast Ad: “The right acrylic for the Wright building.”  Ad for the acrylic sheets used in the newly completed Marin County building designed by Wright. Includes one photograph. Original Cover Price $1.50. 9 x 11.25.   Pg 20 1833.01.1206
1970  Architectural Forum - December 1970 (Published 10 times a year by Whitney Publishing, Inc., New York) Montgomery, Roger “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hall of Justice.”  Newly finished Marin County Hall of Justice. Includes 10 photographs by Lucille Dandelet and one illustration.  Original Cover Price $1.50.  9 x 11.25. (Sweeney 1833)   Pg 54-9 1833.00.1006
1970
Architectural Review - February 1970 (Offprint - Single Sheet) (Published by the Architectural Review, Westminster, Great Britain) Anonymous Restoration of the D. D. Martin and Barton Houses in Buffalo. "Restored Wright. The painstaking restoration by Edgar Tafel (A Wright pupil for nine years) of two adjacent Wright houses in Buffalo is due principally to the enthusiasm of the new president of the State University, Martin Meyerson. The University have financed the work, and the houses, the D. D. Martin House (1904), 1. and the Barton House built for Martin’s sister a year earlier, 2. Will in future be used by the president and... Continue... (Sweeney 1835)   Single Sheet (Pp 157) 1835.00.0616
1970
L’architettura - No.181 - November 1970 (Published Monthly by ETAS-Kompass, Milan, Italy) Zevi, Bruno Published in Italian. "From the Loos-Mendelson-Wright triangle. The volume Erich Mendelsohn: opera completa - architettura ed immagini architettoniche is now in the bookstores. Neutra appears on two occasions... then, in 1924, as interpreter at the meeting between Wright and the expressionist master..." "Richard Neutra, last writings last works. ...I had known L. Sullivan... at his grave I met F.LL. Wright for the first time... this revered and sad man invited me to Taliesin... shortly after Mendelsohn... Continue... (Sweeney 1837) Pp 422-472 1837.00.0417
1970
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - March, 1970 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Shank, Wesley I. "The Residence in Des Moines. The Sedwick S. Brinsmaid house has been the source of some architectural controversy among people interested in the architecture of Des Moines. Some hold that Frank Lloyd Wright designed the house, and others that the designer was not Wright but possibly a student of his. Documentation for the architect has been missing, but most people agreed that the appearance of the house suggested some connection with Wright. Many also thought that... Continue... (Sweeney 1839) Pp 56-59 1839.00.0416
1970  Prairie School Review - No. 4, 1970 Sorell, Susan Sorell "Silsbee: The evolution of a Personal Architectural Style". Touches on Wright’s earlier work. (Sweeney 1840) Pp 5-13 1840.00.0404
1970  Prairie School Review - No 3, 1970 Anonymous "Unity Temple Restoration". Also printed as a separate four page brochure. (Sweeney 1841)   Pp 2 13-16 1841.00.0404
1970
Progressive Architecture - January 1970 (Published monthly by Reinhold Publishing corp., Stamford, Conn.) Anonymous "Wright House in Danger of Dissection. Even when landmark buildings have the fortune of being saved, they often undergo some crude from of surgery to be adapted to present-day functions. At the moment, it looks as if this could well happen to one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s lesser known Prairie houses in Chicago. The owner of the Walzer (J. J. Walser, Jr. Residence, 1903 - S.091) house describes it as structurally sound but nevertheless ‘an old rundown house in...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1844) Pp 25 1844.00.0214
1970  Prairie School Review - No 1, 1970 Frank Lloyd Wright "The New Larkin Administration Building". Originally printed in the Nov 1906 Larkin Idea. (Sweeney 1845)   Pp 2-3 14-19 20- 1845.00.0404
1970
L’architettura - No.177 - July 1970 (Published Monthly by ETAS-Kompass, Milan, Italy) Zevi, Bruno Published in Italian. "L'idea di Osdkar Stonorov." (The idea of Osdkar Stonorov.) "This has been a tragic year for architecture: we have lost Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, Lescaze, Neutra, Rogers, Nizzoli - and now Oskar Stonorov, who dies last May in an airplane crash together with Walter Reuther, the prestigious United Auto Workers leader... We also remember the exhibition of Wright’s work, which he organized in Florence and Paris IN 1951..." Includes one photograph of Wright and Stonorov... Continue... (Sweeney 1846)   Pp 142-143 1846.00.0417
1970  Le Nouveau Planete - January/February 1970 #14 (French publication.) (Published by Planete International, Paris, France) Anonymous Text in French."Un texte fondamental de Frank Lloyd Wright" (A fundamental text of Frank Lloyd Wright). Qu'est-ce qui fut à l'origine des cités qui toutes sont mortes? (What was at the origin of the cites which all died?). Le gratte-ciel c'est...   Continue... Pp 18-27 1846.18.1112
1970
The New Yorker - January 24, 1970 (Published weekly by The New Yorker Magazine, Inc. New York.) Martin, Charles E. The cover of this issue is a painting of the Guggenheim Museum by Charles E. Martin. A self taught artist, he contributed hundreds of cartoons and covers to The New Yorker. He painted over 144 covers for the New Yorker, not including this one. His drawings appeared in Time, Life, Harper's, The Saturday Evening Post, The Saturday Review, Punch and Esquire. He illustrated children's books and wrote and illustrated "Island Winter" (Greenwillow, 1984), a children's book. He past away in 1959. 8.5 x 11.5 Pp Cover 1846.34.0317
1970  Wisconsin Tales and Trails - Summer 1970 (Published Quarterly by Wisconsin Tales and Trails, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin) 1) Dean, Jill     2) Wells, Robert W. 1) “Beautiful Building, beautiful setting, beautiful food: The Spring Green.” History of The Spring Green restaurant design by Wright, as well as a description of the building and restaurant.  Includes two photographs.  2) “S.C. Johnson & Son. The firm that waxed great.” Text includes...   Continue... 1) Pp 10-11    2) Pp 34-40 1846.02.1106 1846.03.1106
1971
1971
Prairie School Review - No 1, 1971. Volume VIII, Number 1 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Yanul, Thomas; 2) Kalec, Donald 3) Hallmark, Donald P. 4) Van de Venter, Vincent E. 1) Book Review: An Organic Architecture, Wright, 1970, $6.95. "...Although dissatisfied with most of what he sees of knows of in the contemporary world, Wright does find a few things, albeit few, that he sincerely believes are right or good. Among them, naturally, is his own architecture as well as that of his ‘Lieber Meister’ Louis Sullivan. Plaudets are also accorded architectures of the past which were, in his words, ‘Organic - in a sense..." (S#468). 2) Book...  Continue...   (Sweeney 468 & 1761) Pp 28 0468.00.0216 1761.00.0216
1971
Prairie School Review - No 3, 1971. Vol VIII, Number 3 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Hasbrouck, William R. 2) Johnson, Donald L. 3) Kalec, Don 1) Book Review: Genius and The Mobocracy, Wright, 1971, $20.00. First published in 1949. "Louis Sullivan would have liked this book. In spite of its faults, which are many, he would have liked it. It is a book by his most famous, his most controversial, his most successful disciple. It is a book with a made up word in its title, a word Sullivan would have understood and approved of. Mobocracy. Especially today Sullivan would have approved of this book here in Chicago..." (S.756)...  Continue...  (Sweeney 756) Pp 20 0756.00.0216
1971  Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - December 1971 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) 1) Brooks, H. Allen 2) Winter, Robert W. 1) “Chicago Architecture: Its Debt to the Arts and Crafts.” Includes references about Wright.  Also includes three interior photos of his Oak Park home, two of which have never been published.   2) References Wright’s relationship and letters to Charles... (Sweeney 1851)   Pp 1) 312-17, 2) 317- 22 1851.00.0806 1851.01.0806
1971  life6-11-71 2.jpg (5365 bytes) Life Magazine - June 11, 1971 Wainwright, Loudon Guardian of Legacy  (Sweeney 1855)   Continue... Pp 44-55 1855.00.1000
1971  Prairie School Review - No. 2, 1971 Hallmark, Donald P. "Richard W. Bock, Sculptor. Part II: The Mature Collaborations". Issue devoted to Bock. Includes work with Wright. (Sweeney 1856)   Pp Cover 2-3 5-29 1856.00.0404
N.I. Associates, Inc. Ad: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Early Works". Set of 80 slides on Wright’s early work.   Pp 31 1856.01.0404
1971  Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - December 1971 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Michels, Eileen “The Early Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright Reconsidered.”  Author responds to an article written by Thomas Hines “Frank Lloyd Wright - The Madison Years”. Includes one photo and 20 illustrations. Copies printed: 3,800. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11.  (Sweeney 1857)   Pp 294-303 1857.00.0806
1971
Architectural Forum - July/August 1971 (Published 10 times a year by Whitney Publishing, Inc., New York) Anonymous Focus: "Parasol for the Arts. Its distinctly scalloped roof dominates the $2.5 million Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium, the latest addition to the 140-acre Marin County Civic Center. Part of the original complex designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the auditorium was designed by William Wesley Peters of the Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation..." Includes one photograph. Original Cover Price $1.50. 9 x 11.25  (Sweeney 1859)   Pg 5 1859.00.0815
1971
L’architettura - No.187 - May 1971 (Published Monthly by ETAS-Kompass, Milan, Italy) Zevi, Bruno Published in Italian. "Bomba Mendelsohniana: perche la quarta, se sprecate la terza?" (A Mendelsohnian Bombshell: Why the fourth, if you bother the third?) "Look at this sketch by Mendelsohn, dated 1917. To the right, at the top, appear three Guggenheim Museums. The expressionist master was right when he said that ‘Wright’s latest designs are very close to my early sketches.’ Unfortunately, Mendelsohn’s premature death in 1953 prevented that meting between organic current and expressionism...  Continue... (Sweeney 1866)   Pp 2-3 1866.00.0417
1971
L’architettura - No.185 - March 1971 (Published Monthly by ETAS-Kompass, Milan, Italy) Zevi, Bruno Published in Italian. "Urbanistica / architettura la commedia Gropius + / - / : / x Wright." (Urbanism / Architecture The Gropius Comedy + / - /: / x Wright.) "G. C. Argan claims that the town-planning ideas prevailed after World War II are not those of Gropius but those of Wright, whose architecture is not qualified by the urban fabric, but rather qualifies it. That is right: a town planning with a rigid geometrical layout, which suffocates architecture into uniform aligned boxes, cannot be effective...  Continue... (Sweeney 1867)   Pp 702-703 1867.00.0417
1971  Du - June 1971 (Published by Conzett + Huger AG, Printers and Publishers, Baslerstrasse 30, Zurich, Switzerland) Gasser, Manuel “Art Nouveau in New York. Mobel (Furniture).”  Frank Lloyd Wright, 1867 - 1958. Armchair and Vase.  Vase was produced by James A. Miller in Chicago, 71 cm high.  Chair was produced by George Niedecken in Milwaukee.  Both around 1895...   Continue... Pp 443 1867.01.1202
1971
Prairie School Review - No 4, 1971. Volume VIII, Number 4(Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Sprague, Paul E. 2) Ramsey, Ronald Lanier 1) Book Review: Frank Lloyd Wright and His Midwest Contemporaries, Brooks, 1972, $25.00. "This splendidly produced and well-written book is accurate and comprehensive far beyond anything yet published about the contemporaries and students of Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright. The design of this elegant volume is almost beyond criticism. Its size, nine inches square, makes it very convenient to handle and its arrangement, with notes alongside the text and...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1874) Pp 20 1874.00.0216
1972
1972
Architectural Forum - December 1972 (Published 10 times a year by Whitney Publishing, Inc., New York) Hasbrouck, Wilbert R. Book Review: The Prairie School. Frank Lloyd Wright and His Midwest Contemporaries. Brooks, 1972. University of Toronto Press, Toronto. $25.00. " The book opens with a capsulized study of Brooks’ definition of the Prairie School and its roots. Here he begins the frequent references to the arts and crafts publications and homemaker’s journals which carried the Prairie School message to the public... Brooks has written the book which demonstrates what Wright was...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1871) Pp 12-13 1871.00.0815
1972
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - December 1972 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Hines, Thomas S.; 2) Michels, Eileen 1872: Book Review: The Prairie School, Frank Lloyd Wright and His Mid-west Contemporaries, Brooks, 1972. "This long-awaited book was well worth waiting for – a sound, thorough and suggestive treatment of what surely was, in the author’s words, ‘one of the most native, original and dynamic developments in the history of American architecture... Physically, this volume is a publishing triumph. Even Wright would have liked its design and its square shape..." 1872.01: Letters: Mr. Curtis... Continue...  (Sweeney 1872) Pp 332-335, 2) 340 1872.00.0717
1972
Architectural Forum - June 1972 (Published 10 times a year by Whitney Publishing, Inc., New York) Barnett, Jonathan "Rethinking Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright is being rediscovered as his views about our society in cities take on new meaning in the midst of urban chaos. Richard Weinstein, who is director of Lower Manhattan Development for New York City, admires Frank Lloyd Wright extravagantly and will say so on almost any occasion. Last fall, Richard was launching with the Forums editor, Peter Blake, at one of those caverness Wall Street restaurants where our fiduciary guardians consume... Continue...  (Sweeney 1885) Pp 42-47 1885.00.0118
1972  Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - October 1972 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Besinger, Curtis “Comments on The Early Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright Reconsidered.” Curtis responds to Eileen Michels article (S#1857).  Copies printed: 3,900. Original cover price $3.12.  8.5 x 11. (Sweeney 1886) Pp 216-220 1886.00.0806
1972
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - May 1972 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Besinger, Curtis Letters: Concerning Wright’s Age. "I have tended to regard the great concern of architectural historians with regard to the two-year mislocation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s biirthdate with some amusement: I don’t think that it is a very important issue. While at Taliesin, we celebrated Mr. Wright’s birthday each year. On those occasions at which Mr. Wright’s sister Jane (Mrs. Andrew Porter) was present, there was always a friendly family quarrel about just how old her brother was..." Copies printed: 4,100. 8.5 x 11. (Sweeney 1887) Pp 159 1887.00.0717
1972
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - March 1972 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Cutler, Anthony "The Tyranny of Hagia Sophia: Notes on Greek Orthodox Church Design in the United States." Includes a large section on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Annunciation Church. "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Annunciation Church at Milwaukee was designed in 1956, and thus predates the maturity of the Greek Church... Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1956, but not executed until after the architect’s death in April 1959, the Church of the Annunciation at Milwaukee was built too late to be included in most scholarly studies... Continue... (Sweeney 1892) Pp 38-50 1892.00.0717
1972
Architectural Forum - December 1972 (Published 10 times a year by Whitney Publishing, Inc., New York) Anonymous News: "First Prairie House. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park home and studio are for sale. The 25-room complex (including seven bedrooms and seven baths) was, of course, the locus of Wright’s first ‘golden age,’ as Grant Manson described the Prairie House period. Over the past 25 years, much restoration work has been done (some of it supervised by Wright himself during the 1950's). The owners, Mrs. Clyde Nooker and her late husband, were determined to put the house...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1893) Pp 12-13, 62 1893.00.0815
1972  Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - October 1972 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Jermow, Stanley Kenneth Richardsonian Tradition and Frank Lloyd Wright, with an Excursus on the Flower Pot that Grew into a Church.”  Research paper.  Comments on Greek Orthodox Church.  Copies printed: 3,900.  Original cover price $3.12.  8.5 x 11. (Sweeney 1895) Pp 234-5 1895.00.0806
1972
Architectural Forum - June 1972 (Published 10 times a year by Whitney Publishing, Inc., New York) Anonymous "Preservation. The Met to The Rescue… New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, salvaging what is it a can of condemned Midwestern landmarks, has bought Frank Lloyd Wright’s Francis W. Little house, built in 1913 on the slope above Lake Minnetonka near Minneapolis. Set the bite the dust in favor of a "new" French chateau – style residence, the house, called "Northome" by its original owners, is being carefully unbuilt and boxed for shipment to New York, where it’s Cavernous living...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1904) Pp 22 1904.00.0118
1972
L’architettura - No.204 - October 1972 (Published Monthly by ETAS-Kompass, Milan, Italy) Zevi, Bruno Published in Italian. "Attualita dell'urbanistica wrightiana." (News of Wright's urban planning.) "Jonathan Barnett, formerly Director of the Urban Design Group of the New York City Planning Department, has published in the June issue of Architectural Forum an exceptionally interesting article which reverses the usual opinion, or prejudice, about F. Ll. Wright’s approach to city planning..." Includes seven illustrations. Original cover price Lire 1,000. 9.6 x 12.75 (Sweeney 1909) Pp 352-353 1909.00.0417
1972  Mother Earth News, The - July 1972 Staley, Karl We Built our own Frank Lloyd Wright Designed House.   Pp L42-47 1909.01.0901
1972  Architectural Forum - March 1972 (Published by Whitney Publishing, Inc., New York) Anonymous

"Prefabs: "Wrightmobile". All those interested in spreading the gospel of Frank Lloyd Wright can now do so in a $4000 mobile home designed by his Taliesin – based disciples for the National Homes Corporation, which turned out $175 million worth of factory – build homes in 1971. This summer, it will begin full-scale production of a complete line of dwellings from the Taliesin drafting boards. Most of these will be in the $20,000 to $30,000 range, but a Coonley house – scale custom job will also be...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1908)

Pp 61 1908.00.0804
1972  Architectural Record - March 1972 (Published Monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) Milliken Floor Coverings Ad: "At Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin: Milstar a totally new concept in contract carpet by Milliken." Includes two photographs of Taliestin West Caberet Theatre (S.243 - 1949) and an exterior photograph. Original cover price $3.00. 9 x 12.   Pp Inside Back Cover 1909.12.0511
1972  Automobile Quarterly - 2nd Quarter 1972 (Published quarterly by Automobile Quarterly, Inc., New York) Ludvigsen, Karl E. "The Baron of Park Avenue. Today Hoffman is the importer of BMW cars. Since the last war he has been the...  For more information and a summary of this article see our Wright Study.   Pp 152-167 1909.11.1101
1972  Living Museum - May-June 1972 (Published bimonthly without charge by the Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois) Evans, Robert J. “Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright, Architects.” Includes three illustrations. 6 x 9.   Pp 102-3 1909.02.0306
1972
Prairie School Review - No 1, 1972 (Published four times a year by The Prairie School Press, Palos Park, Illinois) Weisman, Winston "The Chicago School of Architecture: A Symposium - Part I." Although Frank Lloyd Wright is not the focus of this issue, he is mentioned in the article. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11. Pp 1-30 1909.44.1214
1972
Prairie School Review - No 2, 1972 (Published four times a year by The Prairie School Press, Palos Park, Illinois) Condit, Carl S. "The Chicago School of Architecture: A Symposium - Part I." Although Frank Lloyd Wright is not the focus of this issue, he is mentioned in the article. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11. Pp 1-38 1909.45.1214
1972
Prairie School Review - No 3, 1972. Volume IX, Number 3 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Brooks, H. Allen 2) Eaton, Leonard K. 1) Percy Dwight Bentley at La Crosse   2) John Wellborn Root and the Julian M. Case House. Includes 41 photographs and illustrations, one of which is an illustration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ladies Home Journal, 1907, Fireproof House. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11 (Two copies) Pp 24 1909.48.0216 1909.51.0818
1972
Prairie School Review - No 4, 1972. Volume IX, Number 4 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) Turak, Theodore A Celt Among Slavs: Louis Sullivan’s Holly Trinity. "...The Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Cathedral in Chicago designed by Louis H. Sullivan deserves an issue of its own. It was one of the first of Sullivan’s ‘independent commissions after leaving Dankmar Adler..." Includes 33 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 1909.49.0216
1973
1973
New Yorker - June 2, 1973 (Published weekly by The New Yorker Magazine, Inc. New York.) Anonymous Book Review. "Frank Lloyd Wright," by Robert C. Twombly (Harper Row). There is no fully satisfactory book about Frank Lloyd Wright’s life and work. This one, which the author calls ‘an interpretative biography,’ is a commendable effort, but is seems a little thin. It is long enough (over three hundred pages), and the author has fully covered the signal events of Wright’s ninety-one-year life span, but Wright, one of the great and exasperating personalities of our time, remains elusive..." Original cover price 50 cents. 8.5 x 11.5 (Sweeney 1921) Pp 124 1921.00.0217
1973  AIA Journal - May 1973 Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Out of the Desert’s Mystery  (Sweeney 1934) Pp 54-5 1934.00.0501
1973
Progressive Architecture - January 1973 (Published monthly by Reinhold Publishing Corp., Stamford, Conn.) Anonymous "Plaque marks offices of Adler, Sullivan, Wright. In 1890, after the Auditorium Building had been dedicated, Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler moved their offices to its 17th floor. Although Adler retired five years later, Sullivan remained until 1918. Frank Lloyd Wright, who had joined the firm in 1887, was there, too, until he left in 1893 to set up his own firm..." Original cover price $3.00. 9 x 12 (Sweeney 1935) Pp 43 1935.00.0416
1973  Christian Science Monitor - August 10, 1973 Hoffman, Marilyn House of the future, Pheiffer House (Two Copies)   Pg 11 1940.01.0401 1940.01.0502
1973  Christian Science Monitor - August 10, 1973 Marlin, William An Architect for all seasons (Two Copies)   Pp 11 1940.02.0401 1940.02.0502
1973
Prairie School Review - No 1, 1973. Volume X, Number 1 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1 & 2) Sprague, Paul E. 1) Griffin Rediscovered in Beverly. 2) Griffin’s Beverly Buildings, A Catalog 3) Book Review. Includes 72 photographs and illustrations, including 10 related to Wright homes. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11 Pp 36 1940.15.0216
1973
Prairie School Review - No 3, 1973. Volume X, Number 3 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Warn, Robert R. 1) Part I: Bennett & Sullivan, Client & Creator. 2) Book Reviews. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 1940.16.0216
1973
Prairie School Review - No 4, 1973. Volume X, Number 4 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Warn, Robert R. 2) Hasbrouck, Marilyn Whittlesey 1) Part II: Louis H. Sullivan, "...an air of finality." 2) The Prairie School Review Index, I - X (1964-1973) 3) Book Reviews. Includes 19 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 1940.17.0216
1973  South Dakota History. South Dakota State Historical Society Quarterly - Summer 1973 (Published quarterly by the South Dakota State Historical Society, Pierre, S.D.) Frank Lloyd Wright “The Bad Lands”.  A letter written by Wright to Robert D. Lusk, editor of “The Evening Huronite” of Huron, S.D. after seeing the Bad Lands and the Black Hills for the first time in 1935.  Includes 12 photographs of the Bad Lands (not taken by Wright).  Original cover price $1.25.  6 x 9.    Pp 271-284 1940.05.0207
1974
1974
Prairie School Review - No 1, 1974. Volume XI, Number 1 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Bordes, Marilynn Johnson 2) Kihlstedt, Folke T. 1) Book Review: The Arts and Crafts Movement in America 1876-1916, Clark, 1972, $$25.00 Cloth, $7.50 Paper (S#1875). "...A number of my acquaintances, still question that a man like Frank Lloyd Wright belongs to the Arts and Crafts Movement. Part of this may be due to our concept of cult of genius, but part is also certainly due to Wright’s ideas about the machine, as given in his famous Hull House lecture (the title of which alone should indicate his preoccupation...  Continue...  Pp 28 1875.01.0216
1974
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - December 1974 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Richards, J. M. Book Review: "Antonin Raymond: An Autobiography" Raymond, 1973, $27.50. "...One such comment concerns Frank Lloyd Wright’s unawareness, at the time when he was building the Imperial Hotel at Tokyo, of the value of the traditional culture of Japan. Raymond justifiably claims to have done far more than Wright to bring its relevance to modern architectural aspirations to the notice of the West..." Wright is discussed in "An Autobiography" (S.1916). (Sweeney 1917)  Pp 360-1 1917.00.0516
1974
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - December 1974 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Brooks, H. Allen Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright: An Interpretive Biography," Twombly, 1973, $10.00 (S.1920) and "The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Complete Catalogue," Storrer, 1974, $9.95 (S.1948). "Wright scholarship suffered a staggering blow when his heirs decided to bar future research – other than their own – into the vast archives which the architect left behind. This it seems certain, was not his intent and one may imagine that Wright is agonizing in his grave at seeing how his...  Continue... (Sweeney 1922)    Pp 359-360 1922.00.0516
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Prairie School Review - No 2, 1974. Volume XI, Number 2 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Kalec, Donald J. 2) Severens, Kenneth W. 3) Allen, James R. 4) Sprague, Paul E. One Book – Two Reviews: Frank Lloyd Wright: An Interpretative Biography, Twombly, 1973, $10.00 (S#1920). 1) "... This is not a twice told tale but a substantial piece of work based on original research done over the course of several years. A great amount of new material, especially the early formative years, is brought to light... Twombly’s book works better as a book for people who already know a great deal about Wright and want additional data and a few insights...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1925 & 1926) Pp 28 1925.00.0216
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1974  The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Bulletin (Published by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota) Johnson, Kathryn C. “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Mature Prairie Style.” History of the Francis W. Little Residence in Deephaven, Minnesota. Acquisition of a portion of the home by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Includes six photographs and four illustrations. 8.5 x 11. (Sweeney 1953) Pp 54-65 1953.00.1106
1974
L’architettura - No.226 - August 1974 (Published Monthly by ETAS-Kompass, Milan, Italy) Pedio, Renato Published in Italian. "Un wrightiano costruisce Wright. Casa Pfeiffer a Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona." (A Wright builds Wright. House Pfeiffer at Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona.) "Is it possible to retrieve the great architect’s sketches and ideas and use them, in contexts different from the original ones? If this is feasible, then a great inheritance of the modern artistic and cultural wealth could be recovered. The Pfeiffer House, which B. B. Pfeiffer has built as part of Taliesin West in... Continue... (Sweeney 1955) Pp 240-246 1955.00.0417
1974  Domus #531 - February 1974 Pica, Agnoldomenico "Wright Oggi", Johnson Wax administration building, Racine, Wisconsin. (Sweeney 1956)    Pp 6-8 1956.00.0203
1974  Westways - November 1974 (Published monthly by the Automobile Club of Southern California) Ronnie, Art Hollyhock - The Wright House. " ‘Like it or leave it. There stands Hollyhock House in Hollywood - conceived and dedicated as a California Romanza. No, not so domestic as the popular neo-Spanish of the region. But comfortable to live in well, with true pride... (Sweeney 1958)    Pp 18-22 86 1958.00.0711
1974  Arizona Highways - April 1974 Thomas, Margaret Dudley The Arizona Biltmore    Pp 14-21 1963.01.0501
1974
Prairie School Review - No 3, 1974. Volume XI, Number 3 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Gregerson, Charles E. 2) Sprague, Paul E. 1) Early Adler & Sullivan Work in Kalamazoo. 2) Sullivan’s Scoville Building, A Chronology 3) Book Reviews. Includes 26 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 1963.17.0216
1974
Prairie School Review - No 4, 1974. Volume XI, Number 4 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Turak, Theodore 1) French and English Sources of Sullivan Ornament and Doctrine. Includes 65 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11 Pp 32 1963.18.0216
1975
1975  Architectural Record - September 1975 (Published Monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) Anonymous "Benefit tour of FLLW homes net $24,000. About 1,300 visitors toured ten homes designed by FLW in the Chicago area last May 24, paying $25 apiece, and yielding $24,000 for the sponsors, the FLW Home and Studio Foundation. Includes two photographs, the George Furbeck...  (Sweeney 1972)    Pp 37 1972.00.0911
1975  Architectural Record - February 1975 (Published Monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) Anonymous "FLLW sculpture offered in limited edition. A special edition of the Frank Lloyd Wright Indian Memorial Sculptures ‘Nakoma-Warrior’ and ‘Nakomis-Woman’ has been cast and is being offered through selected galleries. When Frank Lloyd Wright conceived these two... (Sweeney 1977)    Pp 35 1977.00.0811
1975  Prairie School Review - No 3, 1975 Anonymous From the Editors  (Sweeney 1979)    Pp 4 1979.00.0902
1975  Saturday Review - October 4, 1975 Guerrero, Pedro E. Frank Lloyd Wright: An Unpublished Portfolio  (Sweeney 1982)    Pp 18-23 & Cover 1982.00.0301
1975
Progressive Architecture - October 1975 (Published monthly by Reinhold Publishing Company, Inc., Cleveland, OH) Anonymous News: "Teliesin (SIC) design for hotel wing - A $5 million wing will be added to the Arizona Biltmore Hotel, complementing the original structure by using the original design for cast concrete blocks by Frank Lloyd Wright. The four-story, free standing wing is the first expansion of the hotel since the opening in Phoenix in 1929. Designed by John Rattenbury of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the addition will include a meeting room, service kitchen, and 88 deluxe...   Continue...  (Sweeney 1985) Pp 52-53 1985.00.0915
1975  Du - May 1975  (Published by Conzett + Huger AG, Printers and Publishers, Baslerstrasse 30, Zurich, Switzerland) Kugler, Silvia "Der Grosse Arbeitsraum"  "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Administration and Laboratory for S. C. Johnson Wax Co. in Racine, Wisconsin."   Photographs by Francois Robert.  Includes nine photographs and three illustrations.  Original cover price 6.80 Francs.  9 x 11.75. (Sweeney 1986)    Pp 64-73 1986.00.0107
1975  Saturday Review - October 4, 1975 Marlin, William Frank Lloyd Wright: The Enduring Presence  (Sweeney 1988)    Pp 14-17 & Cover 1988.00.0301
1975  Prairie School Review - No 3, 1975 Severens, Kenneth W. The Reunion of Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright  (Sweeney 1991) Pp Cover 5-21 1991.00.0902
1975
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - December 1975 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Stamm, Gunther "Modern Architecture and the Plantation Nostalgia of the 1930s: Stone’s ‘Mepkin’ and Wright’s ‘Auldbrass Plantation... Les than 100 miles to the south of ‘Mepkin,’ Frank Lloyd Wright’ started in 1939 to design for Leigh Stevens a ‘Gentleman’s House,’ trying to unite the ideological essence of ‘gracious living’ with his innovative formalistic canon. The ‘Auldbrass Plantation’ shows innovations which have no parallels in Wright’s oeuvre prior to 1939 and yet, at the same time, perpetuates classical... Continue...  (Sweeney 1992) Pp 318 1992.00.0717
1975
AIA Journal - July 1975 (Published monthly by The American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C.) Anonymous "Wright Windows Stolen From Rochester House. A house in Rochester, N.Y., designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, was burglarized recently. Four leaded glass window panels and frames were stolen from the detached garage. The panels, the same design as the window2s in the house, have been called ‘abstract painting executed in leaded glass..." Includes one illustration of the window. Original cover price $2.00. 9 x 12 (Sweeney 1996)    Pp 14-15 1996.00.1215
1975  Chicago Daily News: Panorama Magazine - September 13-14, 1975 Ratliff, Richard E People who live in Frank Lloyd Wright Houses.  Owning a Wright house is like living in a Renoir.    Pp Cover 2-3 1996.01.0403
1975
Prairie School Review - No 1, 1975. Volume XII, Number 1 (Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 1) Goss, Peter L. 1) The Prairie School Influence in Utah. Includes 33 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 1996.20.0216
1975
Prairie School Review - No 2, 1975. Volume XII, Number 2 (Edited and Published by William R. And Marilyn Whittlesey Hasbrouck. Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 2) Gelbloom, Mara 3) Cohen, Stuart E. 1) From The Editors. 2) Ossian Simonds: Prairie Spirt in Landscape Gardening. 3) Book Review. Prairie School Architecture: Studies from "Western Architect", Introduction by H. Allen Brooks, 1975, 333 pp., $30.00. Original cover price $2.50. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 1996.39.0818
1975
Prairie School Review - No 4, 1975. Volume XII, Number 4 (Edited and Published by William R. And Marilyn Whittlesey Hasbrouck. Published four times a year by the Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) 2) Orr, Gordon 3) Pressman, Lenore 1) From The Editors. 2) The Collaboration of Claude and Starck with Chicago Architectural Firms. 3) Graceland Cemetery: Memorial to Chicago Architects. 4) Book Reviews. Note: The final double issue of Prairie School Review was devoted to the work of Louis Claude. Pp 24 1996.40.0818
1975
Scholastic Magazines (Published by Scholastic Magazine, Inc.) Anonymous "Transportation Building, Columbia Exposition, Chicago, 1893. Designed by Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright. Library of Congress 13-30." Note: Although Frank Lloyd Wright was still working in Sullivan’s office in 1893, the Transportation was attributed to Louis Sullivan. Single sheet. B&W lithograph print. 14 x 11 Pp 1 1996.21.0416
1975  Scholastic Magazines (Published by Scholastic Magazine, Inc.) Anonymous "Frederick C. Robie House, Chicago. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Library of Congress #13-34." Single sheet. B&W lithograph print. 14 x 11 Pp 1 1996.02.1204
1976
1976
Chicago History - Fall 1976 (Published quarterly by the Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, IL) Vinci, John Book Reviews: "More on the Work of Frank Lloyd Wright. During much of his career, except for small but devoted group of clients and admirers, Frank Lloyd Wright was a prophet without honor in his own land. The Germans aesthetician Kuno Francke, in America as an exchange professor at Harvard, toured the Midwest and discovered Wright’s buildings. On a visit to the architect’s Oak Park studio, Francke urged Wright to live and work in Germany..."  "...When the Wasmuth... Continue... (Sweeney 93) Pp 171-2 0093.00.0516
1976
Chicago History - Fall 1976 (Published quarterly by the Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, IL)   "Architectural preservation in America is as often determined by historical incident as by the quality of the architecture itself but, as we are reminded by ‘Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio,’ here architecture and architectural history have become one. The most American of architects designed, and then frequently altered, this complex, and the changes reflect his growth as an artist as well as the growth of his family. Here he experimented with new ideas and he... Continue... (Sweeney 1968) Pp 171-2 1968.00.0516
1977
AIA Journal - May 1977 (No Cover) (Published monthly by The American Institute of Architects, New York, New York) Loeffler, Jane Canter Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian Houses: the Case for Organic Architecture," Whitney Library of Design, Sergeant, 1976. "Something happens when you read about Frank Lloyd Wright's little houses that makes you want one. These are not his well known prairie houses, but his later, smaller homes which he alled ‘Usonians.’ They were designed between 1936 and 1943 to meet tight budgets, but great expectations. Sergeant’s book presents an unusual opportunity to look at this period... Continue... (Sweeney 2003) Pp 68 2003.00.0218
1976
Architectural Record - November 1976 (Published Monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) Tafel, Edgar Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Houses: The Case for Organic Architecture, by John Sargeant. $24.50. Working on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian houses in the later ‘30s as a Taliesin apprentice was for me more than the ordinary routine. One sensed that Mr. Wright felt he was both searching out a new way of life for America via the single-family house and the automobile, and also creating new systems of building. For some 40 years before he had designed in modules or units... Continue... (Sweeney 2004) Pp 43 2004.0A.0617
1976  AIA Journal - July 1976
1) Anonymous  2) Osman, Mary 3) Prairie School Review 
4) Anonymous
1) Book Review: Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright and Prairie School Arch in Oak Park  2) "Highlights of American Architects, 1776-1976". 46 people nominate the profession’s proudest achievements. Many Wright building nominated. Includes 7 photos.  3) Book Review... (Sweeney 2006)   
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1976  Architectural Record - April 1976 (Published Monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) Anonymous "Wright Prairie house burns in Oak Park. Forest Avenue in Oak Park, Illinois, boasts no fewer than seven... (Sweeney 2009)    Pp 34 2009.00.0911
The Architectural Record The 1976 Architectural Calendar offered by The Architectural Record includes a photograph of Fallingwater in September...   Continue... Pp 195 2009.01.0911
1976  Architectural Digest - January-February 1976 Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright Revisited - Redecorating Hoffman House  (Sweeney 2011)    Pp 35-9 2011.00.0501
1976  Historic Preservation - July -September 1976 Jacobs, Herbert Our Wright Houses  (Sweeney 2014)    Pp 9-13 2014.00.0302
Sprague, Paul Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio: Homeward Bound  (Sweeney 2020) Pp 4-8 2020.00.0302
1976
AIA Journal - August 1976 (Published monthly by The American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C.) Anonymous " ‘Japan’s Williamsburg’ Gets Part of Wright’s Imperial. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial Hotel, completed in 1922, managed to survive a devastating earthquake and World War II’s incendiary bombs, but it could not withstand Tokyo’s pollution, subway system, increased land values and industrialization. Although a ‘save the hotel’ campaign was mounted by Japanese architects and others, the building was demolished in 1968. Now a small part of the old Imperial has...  Continue...  (Sweeney 2015)    Pp 8-9 2015.00.1215
1976  AIA Journal - November 1976 (Published monthly by The American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C.) Anonymous “Unbuilt America: A collection of Unrealized Architectural Visions of What Might Have Been. Mile High Skyscraper - ‘The Illinois.’ Frank Lloyd Wright, 1956.” Abridged from Architectural Record, November 1956.  Includes one photo.  Original cover price $2.00.  9 x 12. (Sweeney 2018) Pp 59 2018.00.0506
1976

Concrete Masonry Pictorial - 1976, Vol 32 No.4 (Published by National Concrete Masonry Association, McLean, Virginia)

Anonymous "The Work of Frank Lloyd Wright in Concrete Block. Frank Lloyd Wright is maybe as close to a patron saint as the block industry is ever going to get. At a time when the industry was totally dedicated to the back-up market, this legendary genius was expressing his organic architecture in concrete masonry, itself an organic material..." Includes photographs of the Ennis Residence, David Wright Residence, Arizona Biltmore Hotel and Cottages, Toufic H. Kalil...  Continue...  Pp 12 2020.25.0616
1976  The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America - April-June 1976 (Published quarterly by the Bibliographical Society of America, New York. 1,700 copies printed.) Krause, Joe W. "The Publishing Activities of Way & Williams, Chicago, 1895-98". This article was the precursor for the book "A History of Way & Williams", 1984. "Although Chicago in the 1890s may seem an unlikely origin for two publishers dedicated to the production of fine printing, the city had reached second place among the printing...   Continue... Pp 221-260 2020.19.0113
1976  Sunset Magazine - June 1976 Anonymous Wright’s celebrated Hollyhock House of 1920... now you can look inside.   Pg 32b-d 2020.01.0901
1977
1977
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - May 1977 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Hoffmann, Donald Book Review: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Houses: The Case for Organic Architecture, Sergeant, 1976, $24.50. "So much has been written by and about Frank Lloyd Wright that any new book should at the least be incisive and easy to read. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Houses is not. John sergeant, an English architect, writes that he travelled 29,000 miles and spent six years in getting this book together; but just how undigested his material remains can be seen near the end of the book... Because it...  Continue... (Sweeney 2002) Pp 128-129 2002.00.0717
1977
Historic Preservation - January -March 1977 (Published quarterly by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D.C.) Dring, William B. Letters: "Though indeed the major changes to the Home and Studio made after 1911 were made by Frank Lloyd Wright, it is quite apparent that the changes were largely the result of expediency and brought the removal of some of the most important and beautiful portions of the buildings..." Dring was the Chairman of the Restoration Committee for the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, Oak Park. (Sweeney 2025) Pp 47 2025.00.0314
1977
Historic Preservation - January -March 1977 (Published quarterly by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D.C.) Johannesen, Eric Letters: "I enjoyed "Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio: Homeward Bound" (HP, July-September, 1976). However, please register one vote against generally returning the buildings to their appearance when Wright lived and worked there.’ I hasten to add that I am not familiar with the interior of the house, and this is a purely philosophical objection..." Original cover price $1.00. 8.5 x 9 (Sweeney 2028) Pp 47 2028.00.0314
Poppeliers, John... What Style Is It? Part Four. Five sections: Chicago School; Prairie style...   Continue... Pp 14-23
1977 Domus, (Monthly Magazine of Architecture, Design, Art) - #569 - April 1977 (Published by Domus S.p.A., Milano, Italy) Pica, Agnoldomenico "F. LL. Wright, Inediti E NON trecento disegni in mostra a napoli." An exhibition of three hundred unpublished drawings in Naples. "The exhibition of Wright’s work held from December 9, 1976 to January 10, 1977, was not the third European one - as Gubitosi and Izzo asserted - but, as far as we know, the fifth. Twenty-three years after the first, which was held in Berlin in 1910, came that of the ‘Gallery of one-man shows’ at the 5th Milan Triennale. True, this was a somewhat...   Continue...  (Sweeney 2030) Pp 1-5 2030.00.0413
1977
Architecture New Jersey - January/February/ March 1977 (Published by the Mew Jersey Society of Architects, East Orange, N.J.) Grant, Philip S. Jr. "The Christie House. Reassessing of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Design. In a region full of reminders of the American Revolution stands a reminder of another revolution of a very different sort. It is the Christie House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, tucked away among the trees of Jockey Hollow Road in Bernardsville, New Jersey. Built in 1941 for a young couple with two children, it was purchased in 1949 by Sultan and Anita Amerie, who have lived there since... The Christie house is the epitome of...  Continue...   Pp 4-5 2033.26.0218
1978
1978  Americana - January/February 1978 Anonymous The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright.  An Exhibit of His Furnishings Proves He Was More Than a Builder. (Three copies)   Pp 43-4
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1978  Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - January-February 1978 V1#1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Association) Heinz, Thomas A. Editor, 1) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brook , 2) Hanks, David A. 3)... Masthead design by John H. Howe. 1) "Taliesin Archives" 2) Exhibitions: "The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright" 3) "Frank Lloyd Wright Designs 1887 - 1959" 4) "An American Architecture: Its Roots, Growth and Horizons" 5) Smithsonian Institution: Museum Associate...   Continue... Pp 12 1978.16.0105
1978  Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - March-April 1978 V1#2 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Association) Heinz, Thomas A. Editor, 3) Heinz, Thomas A. 4) Melvyn Maxwell Smith 7 & 8) Taliesin Masthead design by Ling Po. 1) Tours: Wright Plus ‘78 2) Preservation: "Affleck House, Michigan" 3) "Petit Memorial Chapel, Belvidere, IL" 4)"Melvyn Maxwell Smith House, Michigan" 5)"Unity Temple, Oak Park, IL 6)Preservation Technology 7)"The Taliesin Fellowship" 8) Frank...   Continue... Pp 12 1978.17.0105
1978  Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - May-June 1978 V1#3 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Association) Heinz, Thomas A. Editor, 1, 6 -9) Heinz, Thomas A. 5) Charney, Wayne Michael Masthead design by Bruce Goff. 1) Museums 2) Exhibitions 3) Lloyd Wright 4) Public Buildings in the East 5) Buildings: W.I. Clark House, La Grange, IL 6)The Isadore J. Zimmerman House, New Hampshire 7) Newly Identified Buildings designed by Wright 8) Preservation: Sutton House...   Continue... Pp 12 1978.18.0105
1978
Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - July-August 1978 V1#4 (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Association, Oak Park) Editor: Heinz, Thomas A.; 2) Montooth, Charles 3) Heinz 4) Hitchcock, H. R. 6) Heinz Masthead design by Vernon Swaback. 1) Buildings. Pence Project, Hilo, Hawaii. 2) Opening Taliesin. The Love and Care of a Masterpiece. 3) Ravine Bluffs Bridge, Glencoe – Endangered. 4) Letters to the Editors 5) Properties Available 6) Avery Coonley House Fire 7) Past: Corporation to Manage Affairs of F. L. Wright, Nov. 24, 1929. 8) Wright Dream of Art Center May Come True. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 12 1978.50.0616
1978  Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - September-October 1978 V1#5 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Association) Heinz, Thomas A. Editor, 1) Montooth, Charles 2) Puma, Jerome 3 & 4) Heinz, Thomas A. Masthead design by E. Fay Jones. 1) Wright design takes shape in Arizona 2) Larkin Building Demolition 3)The Larkin Building Mechanical System Re-Evaluated 4) The Larkin Building Fence Pier 5) Public Buildings in the West & SW 6) Properties Available. Original List Price $2.50. 8.5 x 11.   Pp 12 1978.19.0105
1978  Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - November-December 1978 V1#6 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Association) Heinz, Thomas A. Editor, 1) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks 2) Sweeney, Robert L... Masthead design by Anthony Puttnam. 1) Original silk screen prints available 2) The Coonley Playhouse, Riverside IL 3) Museums 4) Restoration of a National Treasure: Hillside Drafting Studio Roof 4) Recent Publications. Original List Price $2.50. 8.5 x 11.   Pp 12 1978.20.0105
1978  Friends - October 1978 Anonymous The Genius Lives On. It has been 19 years since Frank Lloyd Wright died, but it hasn’t been that long since a Frank Lloyd Wright building has gone up.    Pp Cv 4-9 1978.11.0103
1978
Glass - October 1978 (Published 6 times a year by Publication Development, Inc., Portland, OR) Wray, T. Donham "The Stained Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright and his theory of ornament. In his Autobiography, Frank Lloyd Wright states the meaning of ornament to be the ‘imagination giving natural pattern to structure itself. In order to be ‘natural,’ a pattern must be as integrated to the structure as spots are to a leopard, or a patterned shell is to the turtle..." 12 photographs include examples of the: Tomak, Coonley Playhouse, Bradley, Glasner, Unity Church, Wright Home and Studio, Blossom, Heath...   Continue... Pp Cover 8-23 1978.42.0414
1978  Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - March 1978 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Kaufmann, Edgar Jr. “FLW: Plasticity, Continuity, and Ornament.”  Includes 13 photographs and six illustrations.  Copies printed: 4,400. Original cover price $3.75. 8.5 x 11.   Pp 34-9 1978.23.0806
1978  Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - October 1978 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Banham, Reyner “The Service of the Larkin ‘A’ Building.”  Ventilation system in the Larkin Administration Building. Includes six illustrations.  Copies printed: 4,300.  Original cover price $3.75. 8.5 x 11.   Pp 195-7 1978.21.0806
1978  New York Times - Aug 27, 1978 (Published by the New York Times) (Note: This article was pasted on the verso of two photographs, the Arthur Davenport  and the Heurtley Residences.) Goldberger, Paul Excerpts: "Oak Park, Ill. - The moment a workman comes in here, he takes one look around and says, ‘Oh, this house is one of his, isn’t it?’ Then he groans and lets you know how much more work it’s going to mean for him," said Jeannette Fields, sitting in the living room of her 77-year-old house. Mrs. Fields did not have to say who ‘he’ is - her house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, who lived in Oak park from 1889 until 1909. In that period and the years just following, Wright designed or altered almost 30 houses here and in neighboring River Forest, where the...   Continue... Pp - 1978.36.0111 1978.37.0111
1978  Ohio History - Summer 1978 (Published Quarterly by the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio.) Siek, Stephen Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westcott House in Springfield. "The Westcott House is historically distinctive in that it was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first, and for many years, commission in Ohio. It is architecturally significant in that it employs a garden theme of such dominant proportions, giving it a type of regal dignity that is uncommon even to other...   Continue... Pp Cover, 276-293 1978.40.0712
1978  Seattle Times Pictorial - August 20, 1978 Mills, Dale Douglas Pacific Northwest Living. Article on Brandes House in Issaquah, Washington.   Pp 36-43 1978.13.0303
1979
1979  AIA Journal - January 1979 Samuel C. Johnson Four page reprint of the January 1979 issue by The Johnson Foundation.   Pp 4 1979.12.0603
1979
AIA Journal - Sept 1979 (Published 14 times a year by The American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C.) DeNevi, Don "Masters of Light: Frank Lloyd Wright. A prophet of glass and a passionate advocate of sunlight. From the earliest designs on, Wright integrated light within the overall building concept, rejecting the hole-in-the-wall concept of the window.... By...   Continue... Pp 63-65 1979.36.0614
Anonymous Books: "The Prairie School Tradition: The Prairie Archives of the Milwaukee Art Center, 1979. $30.00. Through more than 300 illustrations of plans, drawings, buildings and objects, this exceedingly handsome book surveys Prairie...   Continue... Pp 102
1979  American Art & Antiques March-April 1979 Hanks, David Frank Lloyd Wright’s Decorative Designs: Harmony in the House. Concerns the Decorative Design Exhibits at different locations in 1979.   Pp 100-7 1979.08.0402
1979  American Art & Antiques - May-June 1979 Reese, Richard Dana At Home in a Work of Art: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Masterpiece (Friedman House)   Pp 60-67 1979.05.0501
1979  Architectural Digest - October 1979 Heinz, Thomas A. Historic Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright.  Ennis-Brown House.   Pp104-111, 160 1979.04.0401
1979  Arizona Arts & Lifestyle (Published quarterly by New Arizonan, Inc., Paradise Valley, AZ) Boyle, Marilyn "Don’t Give up The Shiprock! Phoenix’s plans to build a road to a shopping center spell doom for Wright’s Pauson House ruins... It’s a unique place - you stand on the stones of the past and look over the desert to the mountains of the future." Includes eight photographs...   Pp 48-51 1979.20.1009
1979
Concrete Masonry Pictorial - 1979, Vol 35 No.2 (Published by National Concrete Masonry Association, McLean, Virginia) Anonymous "The Continuing Work of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in Concrete Masonry. Three years ago, this magazine published an issue on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright in concrete masonry. It evoked more comment from our readers than any other in our thirty-five years of publishing. In this issue, we look at the work of the architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation at Taliesin and their continuing use of concrete masonry..." It includes the work of: Anthony Puttnam, Charles Montooth...   Continue... Pp 12 1979.39.0416
1979  Connoisseur - January 1979 Amaya, Mario Frank Lloyd Wright and American furniture. Concerns the Decorative Design Exhibits at different locations in 1979.   Pp 54-7 1979.09.0302
1979 Domus - (Monthly Magazine of Architecture, Design, Art) - #601B (Supplement to No. 601) - December 1979 (Published by Domus S.p.A., Milano, Italy) Scagliola, Bruno A special issue on the offices and production. "Manuale Sull'Ambiente Di Lavoro (Manual Work Environment)". Although the article does not mention Frank Lloyd Wright, the cover is a photograph of the Larkin Building (1903 - S.093), and also includes two additional photographs of the Larkin Building and S. C. Johnson & Son Administration (1936 - S.237) work spaces. 9.5 x 12.75 Pp 1-5 1979.33.0513
1979  Ford Times - October 1959 (Published monthly by the Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan) McKown, David L. "Fallingwater. A testament to America’s greatest and most controversial architect. The general contractor stood ankle deep in the cold waters of Bear Run, leaned on a timber, and looked critically at the huge, gray slab of concrete that loomed over him. Calculations or no...   Pp 13-15 1979.22.1010
1979  Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - V2 #1 - First Quarter 1979 (Published Quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Association, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Heinz, Thomas A.; 1) Riddle, Harriet 2) Strauss, Irma 3) Teske, Edmund 9)... 1) "F.C. Bogk House, Milwaukee, Wisc." 2) "Furniture - Decorative Arts. Husser House Dining Room Set." 3) "Photography with Frank Lloyd Wright." 4) "Support Given Prairie School Book." 5) "Tours, Rockford-Belvidere, Illinois." 6) "Wright Plus ‘79. Oak Park, Illinois... Gift from Thomas A. Heinz.   Pp 20 1979.30.0911
1979 

Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - V2 #2 - Second Quarter 1979 (Published Quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Association, Oak Park, IL)

Editor: Heinz, Thomas A.; 1) Brooks, H. Allen  2) Quinan, Jack  3) Nickel... Masthead design by Ling Po.  1) The Destruction of the Box.  2) The basement of the Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo.  3) Interior of Unity Temple.  4) Ward Winfield Willits, A client of Wright.  5) Clarification.  6) Paulson House, Phoenix, Endangered.  7) Wright’s 1906 Gridley House...   Pp 20 1979.14.0105
1979  Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - V2 #3 - Third Quarter 1979 (Published Quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Association, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Heinz, Thomas A.; 1) Linch, David 2) Hanks, David A. 5) De Long, David G... 1) "The Ward Willits House, By Frank Lloyd Wright" 2) The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright: Frank Lloyd Wright’s ‘The Art and Craft of The Machine’ " 3) "Scale Drawing: Willits House." 4) "Dating of Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings... Gift from Thomas A. Heinz.   Pp 20 1979.31.0911
1979
Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter - V2 #4 - Fourth Quarter 1979 (Published Quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Association, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Heinz, Thomas A.; 1) Jones, Jenkin Lloyd 2) Prost, Jack H. 3) Tanigawa... 1) "A House for a Cousin: The Richard Lloyd Jones House." 2) Perceiving a Masterpiece: The Heurtley House." 3) "Motion Picture Theatre - Tokyo." 4) "Book Review: The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright", Hanks. 5) "Book Review: Frank Lloyd Wright to 1910... Gift from Thomas A. Heinz. Pp 20 1979.32.0911
1979
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - March, 1979 Brooks, H. Allen Frank Lloyd Wright and the Destruction of the Box.   Pp 7-14 1979.06.0202
Smith, Kathryn "Frank Lloyd Wright, Hollyhock House, and Olive Hill, 1914 - 1924. The decade 1914 - 1924 was crucial in the career of Frank Lloyd Wright. He was at work on two major projects, the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo and the Barnsdall commission for Olive Hill in Los Angeles. The Imperial...   Continue... Pp 15-33 1979.07.0202
1979
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - March 1979 (Author’s Proof) (Published by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Smith, Kathryn "Frank Lloyd Wright, Hollyhock House, and Olive Hill, 1914 - 1924. The decade 1914 - 1924 was crucial in the career of Frank Lloyd Wright. He was at work on two major projects, the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo and the Barnsdall commission for Olive Hill in Los Angeles. The Imperial Hotel, although vast and impressive and its grandeur as a Finished building supervised closely by Wright, is not as revealing as the Barnsdall commission of the process of transition that these years represent. During...   Continue... Pp 15-33 1979.42.0618
1979
New Zealand Architect - No. 4, 1979 (Published by the New Zealand Institute of Architects, Wellington, New Zealand) Sipe, Greg "From Prairie House to Usonia. Wright’s Wilderness Years, Part one Los Angeles and the Birth of a Building System. Much of what has been written about Frank Lloyd Wright seems to have suffered from a kind of biographer’s disease – a tunnel-vision which recognizes too few colleagues or influences – or a Darwinian perspective which ignores or too glibly expanding those events which may not fit a smooth stylistically evolutionary picture..." Twenty-one photographs and illustrations including...   Continue... Pp 16-25 1979.40.0616
1979
Observer Magazine (Great Britain) - 11 March 1979 Anonymous "Harmony in The Home". Announces release of "The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright" by David Hanks, and describes Wright items. Pp 17, 62-63 1979.13.0804
1979  Southern Accents - Spring 1979 Anonymous The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright. Exhibit at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art March 24 - May 6, 1979.   Pp 2, 14 -4 1979.10.0402
 
 

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