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1990
1990
America West Airlines - February 1990 (Published monthly by America West Airlines Magazine, Phoenix) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks "Focus on Architecture: The Masterworks of Frank Lloyd Wright." A special section of America West Airlines Magazine. Excerpts adapted from "Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings: Masterworks from the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives", 1990, by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. This supplement published in conjunction with the Wright exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum. Includes 23 photos and illustrations as well as a schedule of events. Original single issue cost $2.00. 8 x 11 Pp 16 (Insert) 1990.114.0715
1990 
America West Airlines - Supplement 1990 (Published by America West Airlines Magazine) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks “Focus on Architecture: The Masterworks of Frank Lloyd Wright.” A special section of American West Airlines Magazine. Excerpts adapted from “Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings: Masterworks from the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives”, 1990, by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. This supplement published in conjunction with the Wright exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum.  Includes 23 photos and illustrations as well as a schedule of events. 8 x 11.  (Two copies) Pp 16 1990.47.0506 1990.69.0507
1990 
Architectural Digest - March 1990 Gill, Brendan Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. - Secrets of Wright and Fallingwater Pp 50, 54, 59, 62, 64 1990.27.0404
1990 
Architectural Digest - June 1990 Gill, Brendan Wright and Wrong in a Connecticut Country House.  His attempt at remodeling a summer house after Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian ideal. Pp 34, 40-44 1990.16.0496
1990  
Arizona Highways - February 1990 McPherson, Christopher Geoffrey The Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright (Two Copies) Pp 38-45 1990.03.0599 1990.03.0502
1990  
Arizona Republic - December 2, 1990 1) Anonymous
2) Kroloff, Reed
3) Price, Kathie
4) Doerfler, Susan
5) Walker...
1) Frank Lloyd Wright: Signature on a Century
2) Let us now praise a great leader we haven’t yet dared to follow.   3) After 60 Years, it’s still futuristic. Usonian home remains ahead of time, technology
4) Some of Wright’s favorites died on the drawing board. Wright’s best-laid plans often remained unbuilt.
5) Taliesin doesn’t g by the book. Taliesin teaches via experience   6) Calendar of Events: ‘Arizona Celebrates Frank Lloyd Wright’
1) Pp S1
2) Pp S14
3) Pp S14
4) Pp S14-15
5) Pp S156
6) Pp S16
1990.20.0802 1990.21.0802 1990.22.0802 1990.23.0802 1990.24.0802 1990.25.0802
1990
Antiques & Fine Art - January/February 1990 (Published bi-monthly by Fine Arts Publishing, San Jose, CA) Chusid, Jeffrey M. "Concrete and Light. A Fabric For Living: The Freeman House of Frank Lloyd Wright. A trio of structures, the Storer, Ennis and Freeman Houses, sit a few miles from each other high on bluffs in the Hollywood Hills – strange and wonderful mixtures of ancient ruin and futuristic vision – the textiles-block houses of Frank Lloyd Wright..." Includes 11 photographs. 8.3 x 11. Original cover price $3.95. Pp Cover 3 76-81 1990.26.0902
1990
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 1 Issue #1 - June 1990 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Administrator: Lind, Carla 3) Nagel, Stefan 5) Klinkow, Margaret 1) Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Formed! After four years as an ad hoc group, Frank Lloyd Wright building owners, administrators, curators, scholars and friends have formally incorporated as The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy...   2) Taliesin West Hosts Conservancy Meeting.   3) Preservation Easements.   4) Case Study: Boynton House.   5) Become Your Own Historian (Thomas Gale). Includes 11 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 1990.116.1215
1990
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 1 Issue #2 - September 1990 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Administrator: Lind, Carla
1) Hanks, David 2) Hallmark, Donald
3) Beddome, V. Scott, and Porski, Mara K...
"In Organic Architecture then, it is quite impossible to consider the building as one thing, its furnishings another and its setting and environment still another. The Spirit in which these buildings are conceived sees all these together at work as one thing." Frank Lloyd Wright, 1910.   1) Preservation of Wright Furniture   2) Case Study: Dana Thomas House   3) View Point: Dana House Wood Stripped of Age   4) Frank Lloyd Wright and Prairie School Collection, Milwaukee Art Museum   5) Case Study...  Continue... Pp 8 1990.117.1215
1990
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 1 Issue #3 - December 1990 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Administrator: Lind, Carla
2) Fordyce, Robert
3) Gottlieb, Stephan E.V.
1) The Currier Gallery of Art opens Zimmerman House 2) Tips for Photographing Wright Buildings and Furnishings   3) Building Maintenance: Stucco   4) Law Notes: The National Register of Historic Places. Includes seven photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 1990.118.1215
1990  
Chicago Tribune Magazine - September 16, 1990  (Published weekly by The Chicago Tribune, Chicago) Knight, Robert M. Tours - by bus, boat and on foot.  Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House.  9.25 x 12.25. Pp 37 1990.31.0105
1990
Chicago Tribune Magazine - November 4, 1990 (Published weekly by The Chicago Tribune, Chicago) Kamin, Blair "Entirely Wright. A walk through Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana-Thomas House in Springfield. Frank Lloyd Wright never designed anything else quite like it. Not only does it have a bowling alley in the basement, 35 rooms and 12,600 square feet - all for a small family to live in – but this Wright house contains a plethora of shimmering stained-glass windows and sturdy, geometric furniture that could fetch millions of dollars on the auction block. These treasures, however, aren’t going to Christie’s or Sotheby’s or anywhere...  Continue... Pp Cover, 16-21 1990.124.1216
1990  
Denver Art Museum Newsletter: On & Off The Wall - September / October 1990 (Published 6 times a year by the Denver Art Museum) Anonymous “Frank Lloyd Wright: Preserving an Architectural Heritage.”  Decorative designs from the Domino’s Pizza Collection. Published in connection with the exhibition from October 13, 1990 - January 6, 1991. Includes 7 photos and illustrations. 8.5 x 11.  (See March Balloons) Pp Cover 3, 4-5, 9 1990.48.0506
1990
Design Book Review - Spring 1990 (Published quarterly by Design Book Review, Berkeley, CA) 1) Twombly, Robert;
2) Meehan, Patrick
1) Book Review: "Word Glut: Marketing Frank Lloyd Wright." Four Books: A) The Nature of Frank Lloyd Wright, Bolon, Nelson, Seidel, 1988, S29.95. B) Frank Lloyd Wright In The Realm of Ideas, Pfeiffer, Nordland, 1988, $24.95 p, $42.50 c. C) Modern Architecture: Being the Kahn Lectures for 1930, Wright, 1987, $29.95. D) Frank Lloyd Wright: His Living Voice, Pfeiffer, 1987, $25.95. "... The Frank Lloyd Wright cottage industry that began some years ago has now become an assembly-line production, generating...  Continue... 1) Pp 61-65
2) Pp 66
1990.125.0217
1990
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1990 - Vol. 1 No. 1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 1) A Usonian Classic. Wright’s Zimmerman House Opens To The Public This Fall. 2) One-Of-A-Kind Schoolhouse Sold At Auction. The Wyoming Valley School, Spring Green. 3) Restoration. Martin House one step closer to Restoration. 4) Dana House Update: Reopening Scheduled, Furnishings Acquired. 5) Wright’s Cabin in the Woods is Rescued. Seth Peterson Cottage. 6) Exhibitions 7) New Books 8) News From Taliesin 9) This may be the Year of Wright. Includes 24...  Continue... Pp 16 1990.121.0416
1990
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 1990 Vol. 1  No. 2 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 11) Wright, Frank Lloyd 1) Letters to the Editor 2) Hanna House Earthquake 3) Wright fan hopes to bring tropical cottage to life. (Project for Ludd Spivey, Florida Southern College.) 4) Carla Lind named director of new conservancy. (Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy.) 5) Restoration. Milwaukee creates historic district. (American System Built Homes.) 6) Romeo and Juliet is clad in scaffolding. (Remodel of Romeo and Juliet windmill, Taliesin, Spring Green.) 7) Calendar. 8) News from Taliesin. 9) Wright archives reviewed...  Continue... Pp 16 1990.144.0618
1990  
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Autumn 1990 - Vol. 1 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 
1) Bandes, Susan J.
1) “Affordable Dreams” Goetsch-Winckler I  2) “Wright’s Japanese Treasures”  3) “Dana Thomas House Opens After Three-Year Restoration”  4) In Brief: “Wright Opera in the Works”; “Wright House - Wrong Site” Pope-Leighey House; “Mason City may sell Wright House”; “Madison Considers Aquatic Park Centered Around Wright Pavilion”; “National Trust Plans Heritage Tourism Initiative.”; “Zimmerman House Announces Public Openings”  5) Calendar  6) “Wright House in...  Continue... Pp 20 1990.63.0507
1990  
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 1991 - Vol. 2 No. 1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 
1) Quinan, Jack  2) Solliday, Scott
1) “Wright’s Photographs”  2) “Wright’s First Desert Adventure” Ocatillo  3) “Wright’s Taliesins Nominated for World Heritage List”  4) In Brief: “Wright makes ‘Life’ list of most influential”; “Highway 14 - The Wrightway” Richland Center, Wisc.; “Fire damages Wright home” Beachy; “Marin Civic Center to apply for landmarking”; “Arizona Celebrates”; “New rug designs” Schumacher  5) Calendar  6) Exhibits  7) Books  8) “Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit Travels to Japan”.  Includes 32 photographs.  8.5 x 11. Pp 20 1990.64.0507
1990
Friends - March/April 1990 (Published bi-monthly by The Aegis Group, Troy Michigan) Sherman, Don "Of Legendary Frame. We take the Wright perspective on two classic profile - in cars and architecture... McArthur consulted with Wright on the Arizona Biltmore project, and religiously followed his architectural philosophies in the use of space and local materials that blend with the environment. With Wright’s permission, McArthur selected an ornamental concrete-block construction technique previously conceived by Wright for a California House..." Includes five...  Continue... Pp 23-26, 60 1990.113.0415
1990 
House & Garden - February 1990 Viladas, Pilar "Wright in Hollywood". A historic Frank Lloyd Wright house is brought back to life by film producer Joel Silver. Pp 8 78-87 1990.28.1104 1990.29.1104
Anonymous "Master Wright". Visit the Phoenix Art Museum . Over 300 Wright renderings Jan 13 - April 8. Pp 31
1990 
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 1, Spring 1990 (Published three times in 1990 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis
1) Carney, Richard;
7) Wright, Eric Lloyd 8) Heyman, Mark...
1) From Taliesin. 2) Mission Statement. Sighed by Paul Bogart, Robert Clark, Don Fairweather, John Geiger, Bradley Storrer, Louis Wiehle, Eric Lloyd Wright. 3) Updates: Zimmerman, Freeman and Hollyhock Houses. 4) News: Fay Jones is first Taliesin Fellow to Receive AIA Gold Medal. 5) Restoring Frank Lloyd Wright Office at Taliesin West. 6) Earthquake repairs to Hanna House Estimated at $1,000.000. 7) Assessing the Character of Wright’s Legacy. 8) Lawrence Memorial...  Continue... Pp 20 1990.77.0710
1990 
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 2, Fall 1990 (Published three times in 1990 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 2) Cantalupo, Cathaline 3) Stevens, Dennis 4) Ahern, Rich 5) Geiger, John.. 1) Rebuilt Hollyhock Furniture Re-stablishes Scale for Living Room. 2) Guggenheim Call Addition "Restoration". 3) A Day at the Auction, Or, How to Strip a Prairie house for Fun and Profit (Coonley). 4) The neglected Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright. 5) A Sujmmer’s Work - Not in The Taliesin Drafting Room (Neils House) 6) Realizing Wright’s Usonian Design for the Zimmermans. Includes thirteen photographs and four illustrations. Original List Price $8.33. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 24 1990.78.0710
1990 
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 3, Winter 1990-91 (Published three times in 1990 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 3) Stevens, Arthur Dennis 5) Masselink, Ben 6) Grant... 1) FLlW Oral History Project Planning Begins at Wingspread Conference  2) Work of FllW Apprentices to Be Subject of First Major Critical Study  3) Recollection - Masonry 101. Classes at Taliesin Not in the Collegiate Mold  4) Recollection - Christmas, 1940. Desert Storm Isolates Taliesin in a Sea of Mud  5) Critique of a Restoration. God Is Also in the Dan House Details  6) Biozarre FBI File on Wright Exposed by Phoenix Newspaper.  7) A Trip to Buffalo. How the Taliesin Theater Acquired...  Continue... Pp 24 1990.79.0710
1990 

Life Magazine - Fall 1990

Anonymous "The 100 Most important Americans of the 20th Century." Frank Lloyd Wright Maverick Architect of a Functional Form. Pp 105 1990.30.1104
1990
New England Monthly - September 1990 (Published monthly by New England Monthly, Inc., Charlotte, VT) Morgan, Leslie "Dear Mr. Wright. In 1950, America’s greatest architect built a house for a couple in New Hampshire. This month it opens to h public. I hope I am not taking undue liberties in writing you about our housing problem in ultra-conservative New England... My wife and I wish to build a small, spacious, simple home (using your definition of the word ‘simple’)... We wish to avoid adding a new antique to the city’s architecture. It has been our dream to build a home that would be an integrated...  Continue... Pp 63-67 1990.107.0414
1990
Old-House Journal - May/June 1990 (Published Bi-Monthly by Old House Journal Corporation, Brooklyn, NY) Price, Don "Cantilever Tales. A flat roof is often a challenge in a northern climate – even if the building is a home by Frank Lloyd Wright. So discovered Elizabeth Halstad, the owner of a late-1930s Wright House that needed roof repairs. In the summer of 1988, Elizabeth asked me to examine her home – especially the roof. So with Ann Arbor architect Marc Rueter, I investigated and found three areas of concern..." Repairing the Goetsch-Winkler House roof. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations. 8.25 x 11 Pp 42-47 1990.119.1215
1990 
Organic Architecture - Fall 1990 V5#4&5 (Formerly the Wrightian Magazine) (Published by the Wrightian Association) Edited by Danforth, Steve 2) Dyson, Arthur 1) Arthur Dyson and Wright ...Arthur Dyson Studio 2) The Creative Relationship of Buildings 3) Lencioni House 1986 4) What’s that Noise? 5) United Packing Co. 1979 6) Kelly House 1986 7) Geringer House 1979 8) Sacks House 1973 9) Bedwell House 1982 10) Locust Ave. Church of Christ 1988 11) Jaksha House 1988 12) Arthur Dyson 13) Fresno Metro Museum FLLW Exhibit 14) Wright’s Walton House 1978 15) Wright’s Fawcett House 1955 16) Architecture of Robert Beharka...  Continue... Pp 72 1990.33.1204
1990 
Scottsdale Arts Center Association PR - 1990  (Published by the Scottsdale Arts Center Association, Scottsdale) Lucas, Suzette Frank Lloyd Wright: In the Realm of Ideas.  National Tour: 1988-1990. This exhibition, organized and circulated by the Scottsdale Arts Center Association (SACA), presents a rare opportunity to bring national recognition and prominence to the greater Phoenix area.” Includes sponsorships, Oasis Model Sponsorship and a brief historical overview of the Oasis.  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1990.65.0507
1990 
Scottsdale Cultural Council PR - 1990  (Published by the Scottsdale Cultural Council, Scottsdale) Bartholomeaux, Carole V. “In the Realm of Ideas.  Scottsdale welcomes Frank Lloyd Wright Home! 21-August-90...  Nearly 900,000 people have seen the exhibition to date...”  8.5 x 11. Pp 3 1990.66.0507
1990 
Scottsdale Cultural Council PR - 1990  (Published by the Scottsdale Cultural Council, Scottsdale) Bartholomeaux, Carole V. Frank Lloyd Wright: In the Realm of Ideas. Fact Sheet”  Information pertaining to the exhibition in Scottsdale.  8.5 x 11. Pp 2 1990.67.0507
1990 
Scottsdale Cultural Council PR - 1990 (Published by the Scottsdale Cultural Council, Scottsdale) Anonymous “Frank Lloyd Wright: In the Realm of Ideas.  Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, co-curator of the exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright: In the Realm of Ideas, is the director of archives of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Memorial Foundation.”  8.5 x 11. Pg 1 1990.68.0507
1990
Wright Angles - Fall/Winter 1989-1990 Volume 15 #4 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Family Members Donate Archive. (Maginel Wright Enright Barney, Wright’s younger sister.)  2) A Banner Year.  3) Climate Control Update.  4) A View from the Village 100 years Ago.  5) Annual Fund Update.  6) Focus on... Ellen Gorney.  7) In Memorium: Charles B. Gale (nephew of Wright clients Thomas and Walter Gale).  8) Foundation Introduces Children’s Coloring Book. Includes 7 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1990.126.0117
1990
Wright Angles - Spring 1990 Volume 16 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Foundation Sets Course For 1990s.  2) Wright Exhibit Opens at Chicago Historical Society (Frank Lloyd Wright. Preserving an Architectural Heritage. April 1 - June 17, 1990).  3) From The Archives (Wright at two years old).  4) "Wright Plus" Approaching.  5) Ginko Tree Bookshop.  6) Focus On... Joan Mercuri.  7) August Scotland Excursion Offered. Includes 7 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1990.127.0117
1990
Wright Angles - Summer 1990 Volume 16 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Special Events Mark Spring at Home and Studio: Wright Plus; Chicago Day; Day in our Village; Etcetera.  2) Member Events.  3) From the Collections.  4) Announcements.  5) Focus On... Georgia Rush.  6) The Froebel Gifts. Includes 9 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1990.128.0117
1990
Wright Angles - Fall 1990 Volume 16 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk; 3) Harrington, Elaine 1) Dana-Thomas House Reopens.  2) Announcements.  3) Classical Sculpture in the Work of Frank Lloyd Wright.  4) Recent Gifts. Securing the Past for the Future.  5) Special Events. Foundation Hosts Wright Scholars Conference.  6) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop.  7) Holiday Tours. Includes 8 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1990.129.0117
1990
Wright Now (Ennis-Brown House) - Summer - 1990, Vol. 1, No. 1. (Published by the Trust for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Los Angeles, CA) Editorial Staff: Dandorth, Steve; Donohue, Virginia; Lynes, Jack 1) Dear Friends of the Ennis-Brown House. With this initial issue of Wright Now, we are inviting you to join n supporting this historic Frank Lloyd Wright architectural gem by becoming a member of the Friends of the Ennis-Brown. Your tax deductible contribution will entitle you to receive future issue of Wright Now, guided tour for two of the house, and a copy of the beautifully illustrated brochure on the landmark... 2) Living At The Ennis-Brown House. 3) The Wright Year 1990-1991...  Continue... Pp 4 1990.122.0616
1990 
Wrightian Magazine - May 1990 V5#2 (Published by the Wrightian Association) Edited by Danforth, Steve 1) Yedor, James 1) Wright’s Imperial Hotel 2) Kyoto Architecture 3) Wright’s Arizona Biltmore Hotel 4) Letters 5) Viewpoint. Original list Price $5.00. 8.5 x 11. Pp 28 1990.32.1204
1991
1991 
American Heritage - July/August 1991  (Published by American Heritage, a division of Forbes Inc.) Boulton, Alexander O. “Pride of the Prairie”.  Dana-Thomas House and Wright’s prairie influence on architecture.  Includes 14 photographs and one illustration.  Original cover price $4.50.  8.5 x 10.75. Pp 62-69 1991.42.1206
1991 
Architectural Record - January 1991 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) 1) Kliment, Stephen A.
2) Pearson, Clifford A.; Wright, Frank Lloyd
1) "100 Years of Architectural Record. A look back and a look forward... We kick off our centennial year with some pithy excerpts from Wright’s writings for RECORD, which began in 1908 and span 44 years [pages 12-17]."   2) "Frank Lloyd Wright on the Record. Throughout his career, Wright used the pages of Architectural Record as a pulpit to preach his gospel of Organic architecture." Summary of Wright’s relationship with Architectural Record. Includes history, Wright quotes published in...  Continue... 1) P 11

2) Pp 12-17

3) P 21

4) P 163

 

1991.50.0602
1991 
Architectural Record - September 1991 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) 1) Tri-Guards 2) Levinson, Nancy 3) Harris, Sidney 4) Betsky, Aaron 1) Ad: "How to Preserve a masterpiece without sweating the details..." Includes an interior and an exterior photograph of both the Winslow and Moore Homes. 2) News: "State and Wright Foundation Join Forces at Taliesin. ... have together established the Taliesin Preservation Commission, a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin." Includes two photographs. 3) Cartoon by Harris of three caricatures of Wright, "Perspective, Floor Plan...  Continue... 1) 20 2) Pg 27 3) Pg 48 4) Pp 126-133 1991.54.0602
1991 
Architectural Record - May 1991 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) 1) Fallon, Kristine

2) Nereim,
Anders

1) “Biting the Bullet. Automation in Practice.”  Scanned original plans by Wright for the Hollyhock House allow LA city architects to overlay hvac plans in renovation. Includes one illustration. 2) “Burnished Jewel. Skillful restoration has returned Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana-Thomas House to its turn-of-the-century splendor.”  Includes twelve photographs by Judith Bromley and four illustrations. Original cover price $7. 9 x 11 Pp 1) 30-31

2) 88-95

1991.46.0602
1991 
Architectural Record - June 1991 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) 1) Betsky, Aaron 1) “Organic Architecture Revisited.” The Continuous Present of Organic Architecture, a small exhibition at the Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 22-May 11, 1991. 2) “The Hanna House, Stanford University.” Home was damaged in the Loma Prieta quake. Completed in 1937 for less than $40,000, repairs will cost an estimated $1.8 million.  Includes one photograph and four illustrations.  3) Product News: “FLW tabletop.” Collection of decorative elements licensed by the...  Continue... Pp 1) 37 

2) 112 

3) 127

1991.47.0602
1991 

Architectural Record - July 1991 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York)

Stephens, Suzanne; Smith, Herbert L. Jr.; Bank, Gretchen G.; Hartray, Jack; Rybcznski, Witold; Hine, Thomas; Centennial Issue:  1) Coming Full Circle. A couple mentions of Wright history.  2) The Century Club. The top 100 most important buildings of the last 100 years. Wright has 12. Fallingwater is #1. Four photos.  3) Record Album. Herbert Smith relates Wright story.  4) From High Rise to Low E. Two mentions of Wright.  5) 1891/1909. Two mentions of Wright. One photo.  6) 1910/1919 Breaking Through. Mention of Wright.  7) 1930/1945 From Pope to Grope. Two mentions of Wright. One photo.  Original cover price $7. 9 x 11 Pp 134-165 1991.24.0602
1991 
Architectural Record - August 1991 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) Froehlich, Lee Design News: "Rookery Restoration Uncovers Wright. The $100-million renovation of John Wellborn Root’s 1888 Rookery Building, on Chicago’s South LaSalle Street, is nearly complete. The restoration returns the Rookery to Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1905-07 remodeling, removing much of William Drummond’s subsequent reworking from the early 1930s. Photograph by Lisa Hamlin. Includes one photograph. Original cover price $7.00. 9x10.75. Pp 25 1991.53.0602
1991 
Architectural Record - November 1991 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) Hale, Jonathan Books: "Frank Lloyd Wright: A Primer on Architectural Principles, McCarter, 1991." and "Frank Lloyd Wright Versus America: The 1930s, Johnson, 1990." "Just when we thought we had heard enough about Frank Lloyd Wright, there comes a book - dryly called a primer and straight out of the academic establishment that Wright loved to flout - that is new and fresh... Versus America... is simply a detailed description of Wright’s activities in the 1930s, focusing more on his life than his art. Original cover price $7.00. 9x10.75. Pp 53 1991.51.0602
1991 
Architectural Record - November 1991 Supplement (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) Linn, Charles "Civic Splendor. Wright’s only completed public administration center comes to life at dusk once again with a few simple lighting improvements... When Pacific Gas & electric learned that In the Realm of Ideas.’ a traveling exhibit of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work, would be on display at the center for several months, the utility decided to work with Marin County government to get the exterior of the building relit... Hired Luminae Lighting Design." Photographs by Greg West. Includes four...  Continue... Pp Cover, 40-43 1991.52.0602
1991 
Automobile Quarterly - May 1991 Hockenhull, James L. Trekking to Usonia. The Crosley cars of Frank Lloyd Wright. Pp 40-45 1991.25.1004
1991
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 1 Issue #4 - March 1991 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Administrator: Lind, Carla 1) Murphy, Kevin 2) Price, Don 3) Kennedy, Ralph & Mary 6) Quinan, Jack 1) Dear Collector/Dealer   2) Case Study: Goetsch-Winkler Roof Repair   3) Conservancy Conference: A Preview   4) Furniture Care: Moisture: Friend and Foe   5) Law Notes: Charitable Giving Rule Changes   6) Darwin Martin House: A Symphony Stilled? Includes eight photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 1991.76.1215
1991
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 1 Issue #5 - June 1991 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Administrator: Lind, Carla
4) Scott, William
5) Zinke, Fred
6) Prouty, Ken and Vicky ...
1) Conservancy Conference Attacks Issues   2) Wright Spirit Awards Presented at Conference.   3) Wright Sites: A Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright Public Places   4) Rosenbaum House Opens to the Public   5) Law Notes: Illinois Property Tax Assessment Freeze Program   6) Case Study: Tax Freeze Helps Walter Gale House   7) Another Richard’s Prefab found in Chicago Includes 11 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 1991.77.1215
1991 

Craftsman Homeowner - Summer 1991 Vol. 3 No. 2 (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY)

1) Hallmark, Donald P.; 4) Kinsman, J.G.; 5, 10, 14) Turgeon, Kitty; 6) Neri, Martha A.; 7) Granger, Alfred H... Frank Lloyd Wright Issue. 1) "Some thoughts On Being a ‘Popular’ Architectural Site." Dana House. 2) "Editors Notebook - ‘Everything’s ‘All Wright’ this Summer!’" 3) "A Hith With Wright Fans." 4) "Growing A Gardener’s Home" Martin Gardener’s Cottage. 5) "A Little Journey to the Darwin Martin Gardener’s Cottage." 6) "A Wright Built Environment" Landscape of the Martin House. 7) "An Architect’s Studio." 1902 reprint. 8) "The Taliesin East Property - More Than House." 9) "Modern...  Continue... Pp 1-27 1991.30.0205
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Craftsman Homeowner - August 1991, Vol. 3, No. 3  (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) Fowler, Penny Letters: "Thank you Mr. Rust." Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp 15 1991.28.0205
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Craftsman Homeowner - Winter 1992, Vol. 3, No. 4 (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) 1&2) Field, Scott; 3) Aronoff, Jason Four page supplement, Reprint of the June 1991 "Buffalo Preservation Report". 1) "Future of Wright’s Martin House up for grabs." 2) "A history of frustration." 3) "A dollars and sense approach for the Martin House." Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp A1-4 1991.29.0205
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Fiberarts - September/October 1991 Lindenfeld, Lore The Frank Lloyd Wright Tapestries: Themes and Variations. Exhibit of tapestries by Ramona Sakiestewa based on Frank Lloyd Wright designs, commissioned by Gallery 10 in Scottsdale. Pp 61 1991.17.0102
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1991 - Vol. 2 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 1) “Broadacre City Revisited”  2) “Building a City” Recollections of Cornelia Brierly  3) In Brief: “Guggenheim Update”; “Hollyhock Blocks Stolen”; :FBI investigates theft of Wright Chair”;  “Oral history project planned”; “Rosenbaum House opens to the public”  4) Calendar  5) Books  6) Exhibits  7) News from Taliesin.  Includes 18 photographs and seven illustrations.  8.5 x 11. Pp 20 1991.43.0507
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 1991 Vol. 2  No. 3  (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 1) Carney, Richard 7) McCoy, Jerry A. 1) Letter from the CEO. 2) Letters to the Editor 3) Taliesin, A House of the North. 4) Taliesin: More that a House. Taliesin, Hillside Home School, Midway Farm, Romeo and Juliet Windmill, Tan-Y-Deri. 5) How to visit Taliesin. 6) Architectural Critics Comment on Taliesin. 7) The Stockman House. 8) Calendar 9) Exhibits. Wright’s first Usonian included in Madison Art Center Exhibition. 10) Books. 11) News from Taliesin. 12) School of Free Spirit. Jiyu-Gakuen School. Includes 27 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 16 1991.89.0618
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Autumn 1991 Vol. 2 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie
1) Wright, Eric Lloyd
3) Wright, Frank Lloyd
4) Eggleston, Richard
1) Auldbrass, Restoration of a 20th Century Plantation. 2) A Tribute to William Wesley Peters. Passing of Peters. 3) Excerpt concerning Peters from "An Autobiography." 4) Wes Peters and the S. C. Johnson Administration Building. 5) Frank Lloyd Wright Oral History - An Urgent Project 6) Taliesin Preservation Commission Names Preservation Director and Development Officers. 7) Restoration Nearly Complete on Rookery 8) Books 9) News From Taliesin. Includes...  Continue... Pp 16 1991.79.0416
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Gourmet - February 1991 (Published by The Conde Nast Publications Inc., New York)

Kluger, Marilyn "Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wisconsin Retreat." Includes six photographs and one illustration. Original List Price $2.50. 8 x 10.75. Pp 6 70-73 92-96 1991.31.0305
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Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - March 1991 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Hearn, M.F. “A Japanese Inspiration for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Rigid-Core High-Rise Structures.”  Correlation between Wright’s high-rise structures and the Japanese pagoda.  A previously undetected instance of Japanese influence on Wright.  Includes two illustrations. Copies printed: 3,900.  Original cover price $6.50. 8.5 x 11. Pp 68-71 1991.40.0806
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Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - September 1991 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) (Signed by Joe Siry) 1) Siry, Joseph 2) The University of Chicago Press 1) “The Abraham Lincoln Center in Chicago”.  Wright’s first large public commission.  History of Wright’s involvement and design relationship to the Larkin Building and Unity Temple.  Includes 14 photographs and 20 illustrations.   2) Ad: “Three American Architects: Richardson, Sullivan, and Wright, 1865-1915”. James F. O’Gorman 1991. Original HC list price $24.95.  Copies printed: 3,900.  Original cover price $6.50.  8.5 x 11. Pp 1) 235-65   2) 352 1991.41.0806
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 4, Summer 1991 (Published Two times in 1991 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Benton, John 2) Geiger, John 3) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks 4) Wiehle... 1) A Farewell to Wes 2) What Did Mr. Wright Mean By "Organic"? 3) As Catalyst for Fallingwater, Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. Made A Noble Contribution 4) Review of Exhibition. Something Out of Focus in "Wright in Hollywood". 5) Cartier-Bresson Visit With FLLW. A Trace of Catalonian Mystique at Taliesin? 6) Lautner Work Sets Benchmark For Future of Organic Architecture. Includes seventeen photographs and three illustrations. Original List Price $12.50. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 24 1991.56.0710
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 5, Winter 1991 (Published Two times in 1991 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Manson, Grant Carpenter 2-4) Grant, Roderick 5) Wiehle, Louis... 1) The Wonderful World of Taliesin: My Twenty Years on Its Fringes. 2) Book Reviews: Frank Lloyd Wright by Marie Costantino. 3) Book Reviews: An Architecture for Democracy. The Marin County Civic Center by Aaron Green. 4) Book Reviews: At Taliesin by Randolph Henning. 5) The Work of John Howe. Assured Interpretation of Wright’s Principles. 6) John Howe Reminisces. From 18 Years Old Apprentice to FLLW’s Chief Assistant. Includes fifteen photographs and seven illustrations...  Continue... Pp 24 1991.57.0710
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News From the Freeman House No. 3: Winter 1991 (Published by the Restoration Association, Freeman House; School of Architecture, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA) Harris, Robert S.; Chusid, Jeffrey M. "This is the second in an occasional series of newsletters designed to provide information about the restoration of the Samuel and Harriet Freeman House. This noted building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923-24, and constructed by his son Lloyd in 1924-25." Sections of the newsletter include: 1) The South Terrace. 2) The Committee for the Restoration. 3) Phases of the Restoration. 4) A Restoration Strategy. 5) Student Restoration. 6) Exhibits and Publications. 7) Concrete Tiles, Textile Blocks and...  Continue... Pp 6 1991.82.0616
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Wright Angles - Winter 1991 Volume 17 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Learning at the Home and Studio.  2) Special Events. Scholars Conference. Reservation. Home’s Stairway To Be Reconstructed.  3) From the Collections.  4) Announcements.  5) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop.  6) Special Notice.  7) Recent Gifts. Includes 8 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1991.84.0117
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Wright Angles - Spring 1991 Volume 17 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Gift of Japanese Objects Announced.  2) Special Events. Annual Meeting Highlights.  3) Recent Gifts. Major Grants Awarded.  4) Announcements.  5) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. Includes 9 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1991.85.0117
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Wright Angles - Summer 1991 Volume 17 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 4) Klinkow, Meg 1) Wright Plus ‘91 Well Received.  2) Announcements.  3) Recent Gifts.  4) Wright Studies. Wright Family Life In The House Beautiful.  5) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. Includes 11 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 1991.86.0117
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Wright Angles - Fall 1991 Volume 17 #4 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Home and Studio Welcomes Governor Thompson.  2) Exhibits of Note: Organic Ornament: Louis Sullivan & His Influence; Romona Sakiestewa: Handwoven Textiles; Frank Lloyd Wright and Alfonso Iannelli - The Story of the Midway Gardens.  3) Announcements.  4) Foundation Meets Kresge Challenge.  5) Members Events.  6) From the Collections. The Little House Library Table.  7) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. Includes 7 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1991.87.0117
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Wright Now (Ennis-Brown House) - Summer - 1991, Vol. 2, No. 1. (Published by the Trust for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Los Angeles, CA) 1) Donohue, Virginia 3) Dandorth, Steve 4) Brown, Augustus Oliver 5) 1) Architecture and the Gulf War. 2) Major Motion picture uses Ennis Brown House. 3) Organic Architecture is Happening "Wright Now". 4) Living at the Ennis-Brown House 5) Ennis-Brown House Needs the Wright Friends. 6) Stunning Ennis-Brown House photos in new FLLW Volume. Includes 5 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 4 1991.90.0618
1991 
Update: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Programs and Projects Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Programs and Projects Pp 4 1991.21.0500
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AIA: Memo - June 1992 (The Official Newsletter of the American Institute of Architects, and is Published Monthly by the AIA) Stubbs, Stephanie Cover: “Why is this man smiling?” Pg 4: “Frank Lloyd Wright - 125 and going strong.” Includes three photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp Cover, 4-5 1992.53.0406
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AAA Going Places - May/June 1992 (Published bi-monthly by AAA Auto Club, Tampa Bay, Florida) Anonymous "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Child of the Sun. As the 125th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth approaches on June 8, Florida Southern College (FSC) in Lakeland - home to the world’s largest one-site grouping of Wright’s work - is mounting a permanent exhibit of photographers and drawings in his honor. The exhibit traces the 20-year construction period of the collection..." Includes two photographs. Original cover price $2.95. 8 x 10.5 Pp 13 1992.87.0414
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AAA World - May/June 1992 (Published bi-monthly by American Automobile Association, Heathrow, Florida) Fischer, Ray "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Gift of Space. Take a side trip during your summer travels and share the vision of an American master. This year marks the 125th anniversary of the birth of Frank Lloyd Wright, generally regarded as America’s premier 20th-century architect. In a career that spanned seven decades, Wright advanced the belief that ‘form follows function’ and changed the way we look at architecture and our world." Includes sections on Taliesin, Fallingwater, The Guggenheim Museum...  Continue... Pp 14-16 1992.88.0414
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Architectural Digest - March 1992 Ruthven, Malise Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright.  An Exclusive Look at the Palmer House in Ann Arbor, Michigan Pp 40 - 44 1992.15.1200
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Architectural Record - January 1992 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) 1) Ross, Steven S. 2) Kliment, Stephen A. 1) "ModelShop II 1.2 for the Mac." 3-D modeling program. Includes 3-D rendering of the Robie House. 2) "Doing the Right Thing. Several leading architects and a famous client speak out about changing or adding to the modern landmark. They take up criteria, pitfalls, and options, and the attendant emotional cross-currents." Includes illustration and caption pertaining to the 1992 addition to the Guggenheim by Gwanthmey. Original cover price $7.00. 9x10.75. 1) Pp 44-45 2) 86-88 1992.65.0602
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Architectural Record - October 1992 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) 1) Jacks, Ernest E. 2) Tieger, Robert M. 3) Kliment, Stephen A. 4) Stein, Karen D. 5) Wiseman, Carter; Gwathmey, Charles 1) Letters: "On the cover of Times." Response to article noting Wright one of only three architects on cover of Time. July 1992. (Cover Time)   2) Second letter concerning same article. 3) "A Face in Time, or What Price Publicity?" Response to flurry of letters about architects on cover of Time. 14 including Wright. 4) "A Masterpiece saved or Compromised... Just when all the hoopla is finally quieting down, why is Record doing a cover story on the renovation of the Guggenheim Museum...  Continue... 1) Pg 4 2) Pg 4 3) Pg 9 4) 73 5) Cv 99-113 1992.64.0602
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Archives: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Three Copies) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives Pp 6 1992.34.0102 1992.35.0602 1992.36.0500
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Art & Auction - April 1992 (Published monthly, except July/August, by Art & Auction, New York.) Brenson, Michael Cover illustration: Frank Lloyd Wright’s vision of the Guggenheim Museum, seen here in a 1955 rendering by the architect. "Big Time at The Guggenheim. Big Art, Big Names, Big Shows, Big Money and Big Ideas are Driving Thomas Krens’s Museum. But Michael Brenson wonders if it’s all a big mistake. When the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum reopens in June, the art world will finally begin to get answers to questions that have been accumulating for more than three years now, since...  Continue... Pp 90-95 129-131 1992.102.1015
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Art in America - September 1992 (Published by Brant Art Publications Inc.) Johnson, Ken "Starship Guggenheim." Update on Guggenheim Museums worldwide. Original List Price $4.95. 9 x 10.75 Pp 106-119 1992.45.0105
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Art in America - September 1992 (Published by Brant Art Publications Inc.) Heartney, Eleanor "Wright Rewrit." Expanding the Guggenheim with Gwathmey Siegel. Original List Price $4.95. 9 x 10.75 Pp 75 108-115 1992.46.0105
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Blue Mountain Shadows - Summer 1992 Benedict, K.C. Blanding’s Frank Lloyd Wright Connection Pp 73-78 1992.38.0303
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 2 Issue #6 - December 1992 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Editor: Trent, Judith 1) Woodin, Larry 3 & 4) Fields, Jeanette
6) Greenberg, Maurice
1) The Northwest Chapter’s Tracy House Tour   2) Scully Lecture Draws Standing Room Only Crowd   3) "Wright Spirit" awards Highlight New Hampshire Conference   4) Saving Historic Waller Gates - A Six Year Saga   5) Wright Exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Museum   6) Case Study: Plaster Repair and Color Match. Includes a four page "Wright on the Market." Also includes 17 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 + 4 1992.103.1215
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Calendar: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Special Celebrations: The 125th Anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Birth Pp 4 1992.37.0500
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Chicago Tribune: The Arts - February 9, 1992 (Published weekly by the Chicago Tribune, Chicago) Gapp, Paul 1) Frank Lloyd Wright: Deity of design. A continuing inspiration. Ask someone to name an American architect and it is almost certain that, if he can think of one, he will instantly say ‘Frank Lloyd Wright.’ 2) "The grand day When Mr. Gapp met Mr. Wright. The first time I ever saw Frank Lloyd Wright, it was a bright October morning in 1956 and he was in the ballroom of the Sherman House, standing in front of an enormous gold, silver and blue drawing as he opened a press conference...  Continue... Pp Cover 4-7 1992.90.0714
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Craftsman Homeowner - Spring 1992, Vol. 4, No. 1 (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) Anonymous "Interior House Tours of Wright’s Taliesin Available This Summer To Celebrate 125th Anniversary of Wright’s Birth" Includes photograph of A.D. German Warehouse. Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp 12 1992.47.0205
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Craftsman Homeowner - Winter 1993, Vol. 4, No. 4 (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) 1) Quinan, Jack 1) "The Individual Furniture of Wright" from "The American Arts & Crafts Movement: Four Views." Includes two photographs of the Martin House. 2) "The Wright Sites Open for Public Tours." List of twenty. 3) "Frank Lloyd Wright Book List." List of 17 books. 4) "Wright Sites." New book available. Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp 14a 22-23 1992.48.0205
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Design Quarterly - Summer 1992 Frampton, Kenneth "In Praise of Siza". (Includes Guggenheim) Pp 2-5 1992.21.0202
Filler, Martin "Back into the Box". New addition to Guggenheim. Pp 6-9 1992.22.0202
Hass, Richard "A More Current Currency". Currency designs with Wright on $25 bill and Robie House on back. Pp Cover, 10-13 1992.23.0202
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 1992, Vol. 3 No. 1. (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Editor: Legler, Dixie;
1) Henning, Randolph C.
2) Hockenhull, Jim
1) Letters to the Editor (Passing of Wes Peters).
2) Trekking To Usonia.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Crosley Cars. 3) News From Taliesin: The return of Romeo and Juliet Windmill. 4) In Brief: A: Marin Civic Center becomes National Landmark; B: Dana-Thomas House surpasses 100,000 visitors; C: Wright structures dominate Architectural Record" poll; D: Wisconsin supports Monona Terrace; E: Frank Lloyd Wright Heritage tour brochure; F: AIA survey declarers Wright the "Greatest"; G: Toledo...  Continue...
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1992, Vol. 3 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie;
1) Campbell, Robert
4) Lind, Carla
6) Burley, Robert
10) Wright, Frank Lloyd
125th Anniversary Commemorative issue. 1) The Magic of Wright. (Examples of Wright’s work.)  2) Encounters with Frank Lloyd Wright. (Eric Lloyd Wright, Philip C. Johnson, John Peter, Roland and Ronny Reisley, Sam Johnson, Edgar Tafel, Cornelia Brierly, Pedro E. Guerrero.)  3) Timeline (significant events in Wright’s life).  4) Wright Preservation Becomes Mainstream.  5) Calendar  6) Preserving Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin.  7) The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd...  Continue... Pp 32 (plus C1-C4) 1992.84.1213
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 1992 - Vol. 3 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Editor: Legler, Dixie;
1) Tafel, Edgar 2) Legler, Dixie 3) Guerrero, Pedro E.
1) Letters   2) The Guggenheim Museum, Wright has the last World  3) Photographing Frank Lloyd Wright  4) Debate continues over Tokyo School   5) Shining Brow - The Opera  6) Mamah, The Play   7) Book Review: The Collected Writings of Frank Lloyd Wright. Vol One. Vol Two. Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks  8) Book Review: At Taliesin. Henning, Randolph C.   9) Exhibits   10) New Prints made from Wright Woodblocks. Includes 37 illustrations and photographs. 8.5 x 11. (Two Copies) Pp 24 1992.44.1204 1992.85.1213
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 1992, Vol. 3 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie;
2) Brierly, Cornelia
3) Swaback, Vernon
5) Marvel, Terrence L.
1) Sixty Years of the Taliesin Fellowship.  2) The Early Years.  3) Years of Change.  4) The School Today.  5) Exhibits. Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin.  6) Books: a) Frank Lloyd Wright Remembered, Meehan, Patrick J.;  b) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie School in Wisconsin, Visser, Kristin;  c) Frank Lloyd Wright’s California, Zimmerman, Scot;  d) The Wright Studies, Volume One, Menocal, Narciso;  e) Frank Lloyd Wright: Domestic Architecture and Objects, Preservation Press.  7) News...  Continue... Pp 24 1992.86.1213
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House Beautiful - June 1992 1) Margolies, Jane
2)
Anonymous
3) Flanagan, Barbara
4) Giovannini, Joseph
5) Gropp...
1) Remembering Mr. Wright. All Americans know Frank Lloyd Wright’s remarkable buildings. But what was he like?  Four colleagues tell us.
2) The Wright stuff. 13 reproductions.
3) Reproducing Wright. When copies of
Frank Lloyd Wright’s custom fabrics and furniture were first introduced in 1955, most Americans didn’t get it.
4) Architecture’s genius, America’s hero
5) A salute to genius.
6) Finally: the Guggenheim as Wright conceived it.
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House Beautiful Tribute - June 1992 (A separately bound supplement of the Wright articles in the June Issue of House Beautiful.) Gropp, Louis Oliver; Margolies, Jane; Pittel, Christine; Flanagan, Barbara; Giovannini, Joseph; Pope, Loren 1) A Salute to Genius. 2) Remembering Mr. Wright. 3) Finally the Guggenheim as Wright Conceived it. 4) Light Fantastic. 5) The Guggenheim Light Fantastic. 6) Reproducing Wright. 7) The Wright Stuff. 8) Architecture’s Genius America’s Hero. 9) A Frank Lloyd Wright House for the People. 10) Wright Houses You Can Visit. Pp 48 1992.43.1004
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Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - September 1992 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) 1) Friedman, Alice T. 2) Smith, Kathryn 1) “A House is not a Home: Hollyhock House as ‘Art-Theater Garden’”.  Wright’s design as an open air theater. Includes nine photographs and 11 illustrations.  2) Book Review:  A) “FLW: A Primer on Architectural Principles”. Robert McCarter, 1991. Original HC list price $39.95, SC $29.95.  B) “The Wright Space: Pattern and Meaning in Frank Lloyd Wright’s Houses”.  Grant Hildebrand 1991.  Original HC list price $55.00, SC $29.95.  Copies printed: 3,800.  Original cover price $6.50. 8.5 x 11. Pp 239-60 320-2 1992.56.0806
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 6, Spring 1992 (Published three times in 1992 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Mueller, Marilyn; Guerrero, Pete; Gill, Gratton 2) Grant, Roderick... Michael... 1) Forum 2) "Shining Brow": The Opera 3) Fellows Plan Three Day Celebration in Los Angeles for FLLW 125th. 4) Morton Delson and The Kalil House. The Making of a "Usonian Automatic" 5) Book Review: To See Without Being Seen. The Wright Space. 6) Wes: A Fable 7) Work of Wallace E. Cunningham 8) FLLW Archives Calls for Slides From Taliesin Fellows. Includes 20 photographs and 13 illustrations. Original List Price $11.75. 8.5 x 8.5. Two copies. One copy gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 32 1992.50.0305 1992.68.0710
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 7, Summer 1992 (Published three times in 1992 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Grant, Roderock 2) Cusack, Victor A. 3) Weil, Martin Eli 4) Wiehle... 1) Capacity Crowd Joins in FLLW 125th. 2) A Farewell to Bob Mosher 1909-1992. 3) Hanna Honeycomb House Restoration Outlined. 4) FLLW Foundation Looks to Future. 5) Land Swap Secures Buffer Zone for Taliesin West. 6) Master Plan. 7) Archives Makes FLLW Legacy Available to World. 8) From Taliesin Fellowship to Accredited School of Architecture. 9) Transition of Leadership for Taliesin Architects. 10) Financial Goals and Fund Raising Programs. 11) The ‘Oakland...  Continue... Pp 28 1992.51.0305 1992.69.0710
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 8, Fall 1992 (Published three times in 1992 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Wiehle, Louis 2) Geiger, John 3) Bassham, Ben 4) Reidy, Peter 5) Grant... 1) Fellowship’s 60th Birthday: "Especially Designed..." 2) Taliesin, Midway, hillside, and a Visitor Center . 3) FLLW, Henry Ford and the Road Back to the Farm. 4) Books: Frank Lloyd Wright Between Principle and Form. By Laseau and Tice. 5) Books: At Taliesin. By Randolph Henning. 6) The Magical Realm. Wright’s Heightened Consciousness Touched All. Includes fifteen photographs and three illustrations. Original List Price $13.75. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 24 1992.70.0710
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Progressive Architecture - June 1992 (Published monthly by Reinhold Publishing, AS Division of Penton Publishing, Cleveland, OH) Branch, Mark Alden Organic Architecture. "A Breed Apart. Turning their backs on the architectural establishment, a group of architects are building on the organic teachings of Bruce Goff. In their own lifetimes, the American architects Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright were hardly embraced by the mainstream of their profession. While Wright’s and Sullivan’s influence has clearly permeated the architectural mainstream in more recent years, a small but loyal group is also centered on the teachings...  Continue... Pg 67-73 1992.105.0416
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News From the Freeman House No. 5: Fall 1992 (Published by the Restoration Association, Freeman House; School of Architecture, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA) Regnier, Victor; Chusid, Jeffrey M. "This is the second in an occasional series of newsletters designed to provide information about the restoration of the Samuel and Harriet Freeman House. This noted building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923-24, and constructed by his son Lloyd in 1924-25." Sections of the newsletter include: 1) Important Gift of Historic Photographs Aids Restoration. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright’s 125th Brings Together Great Architecture, Food and People. 3) Public Education Programs. 4) Public Tours. 5) The Freeman...  Continue... Pp 6 1992.111.0616
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Sky Magazine - June 1992 Ward, Bernie He went to the woods and fields. (See March Balloons) Pp Cover, 7, 92-99 1992.04.0401
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Update: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Programs and Projects Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Programs and Projects Pp 4 1992.33.0602
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Wisconsin Natural Resources - August 1992 Visser, Kristin The Wright touch at Mirror Lake. Citizens have restored an architectural jewel beyond its original beauty. You can stay in this simple elegant cottage that lay hidden in the woods of a state park for 25 years. The Seth Peterson Cottage. Pp 3 9-11 1992.41.0404
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Wright Angles - Winter 1992 Volume 18 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk  4) Klinkow, Meg 1) Wright Collection Expands.  2) Special Events. Wright Plus.  3) Recent Gifts.  4) The Expansion of The House Beautiful.  5) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. Includes 11 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 1992.114.0117
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Wright Angles - Spring 1992 Volume 18 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) A Tribute to Wright’s 125th Birthday.  2) Announcements.  3) Recent Gifts.  4) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. Includes 4 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1992.115.0117
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Wright Angles - Summer 1992 Volume 18 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk  4) Schrenk, Lisa D. 1) Special Events Commemorate Wright Anniversary.  2) Announcements.  3) Recent Gifts.  4) The Oak Park Studio of FLW.  5) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. Includes 10 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 1992.116.0117
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Wright Angles - Autumn 1992 Volume 18 #4 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Plans for Wright Plus North Announced.  2) Member Events.  3) From the Collections.  4) Recent Gifts.  5) Announcements.  6) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. Includes 6 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 1992.117.0117
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Antiques - February 1993 Wilk, Christopher Frank Lloyd Wright room in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.  Office of Edgar J. Kaufman Sr. Pp 280-3 1993.16.0302
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Architectural Digest - February 1993 Gill, Brendan The Remodeling Itch (Includes Frank Lloyd Wright) Pp 32-40 1993.09.0101
Gill, Brendan Historic Architecture: Rescuing Wright: Wisconsin’s Seth Peterson Cottage is Reclaimed from Neglect Pp 86-99 1993.10.0101
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Architectural Digest - August 1993 Webb, Michael Historic Architecture: Wright in Japan, Preserving the Yamamura House near Kobe (2 Copies) Pp 54-8 1993.12.0701
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Architectural Digest - November 1993 (Published monthly by Conde Nast Publications Inc., New York) Goldberger, Paul "Art: Modern Architects’ Drawings... It is no accident that many of the finest early modern drawings come from architects who were not associated with the cutting edge of modernism: architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright, who was seen as a curios, iconoclastic figure outside the ranks of modernist orthodoxy... Caption: Music Building, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1943... A presentation rendering of the first of three designs Wright prepared for Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, the president of Florida Southern...  Continue... Pp 164-7 216 8-9 1993.74.0614
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Architectural Digest - December 1993 Gill, Brendan Frank Lloyd Wright’s Auldbrass: A film producer restores the Architect’s forgotten plantation complex in South Carolina Pp 126-137 1993.11.0900
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Architectural Record - February 1993 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) Sarnafil Roofing and Waterproofing Systems Ad: "Legendary Performance. Among the world’s greatest architects, Frank Lloyd Wright, designed masterpieces that have influenced contemporary architecture." Includes large photograph of the Wright stamp issued in 1966. Original cover price $7.00. 9x10.75. Pp 6 1993.60.0602
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Architectural Record - April 1993 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York) 1) Al-Hasani, Naji 2) Campbell, Robert 3) Stein, Karen D.; 4) Pearson, Clifford A. 1) Second Move for Wright Landmark. The Pop-Leighey House, a National Trust for Historic Preservation property, is awaiting its second move and restoration." Includes one photograph. 2) "A Conversation with Ada Louise Huxtable" (Note: She wrote a Biography "Frank Lloyd Wright" in 2004. Includes two photographs. 3) Related: "Building Types Study 704. As FLW said in one of his 1930 Kahn Lectures at Princeton: ‘Human houses should not be like boxes, blazing in the...  Continue... 1) Pp 30 2) 42-44 3) 63 4) 64-71 93-99 1993.61.0602
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Arizona Highways - December 1993 Frank Lloyd Wright (Quote) The Land I Love. A Wright quote on page 25. Pp Cover, 4-29 1993.21.0502
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 2 Issue #8 - June 1993 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Editor: Trent, Judith 1) Quinn, Michael L 3) Fields, Jeanette 6) Tarantino, Lawrence J. 1) The Conservation Plan for Wright’s Pope-Leighy House   2) Tom Schmidt Honored at Pasadena Meeting   3) Iowa to be Site of Conservancy’s September Conference   4) Preservation of Tokyo School in Doubt   5) Wright Visitor Center Opens in Florida   6) Building Maintenance: Usonian Colored Concrete Mat. Includes a four page "Wright on the Market." Also includes 14 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 + 4 1993.81.1215
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 2 Issue #9 - September 1993 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Editor: Trent, Judith
1) Laatsch, Audrey
2) McDonald, Scott
3) Tarantino, Lawrence J.
1) Returning Wright’s Seth Peterson Cottage to Life   2) Wright Preservation: A Reality in the Upper Midwest   3) Building Maintenance: Usonian Colored Concrete Mat, Part 2. Includes a four page "Wright on the Market." Also includes 17 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 + 4 1993.82.1215
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Chicago History - March 1993

Christensen, Ellen A vision of Urban Social Reform.  In designing the Abraham Lincoln Centre, a combination church and social settlement house, the young architects Frank Lloyd Wright and Dwight Perkins test their vision of a new, democratic American architecture. Pp 50-61 1993.28.1202
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Craftsman Homeowner - Spring/Summer 1993, Vol. 5, No. 1 (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) Searl, Hanford, Jr. "Frank Lloyd Wright by Meryle Secrest" Synopsis of the Review by Austin M. Fox. News Book Reviewer, "The Buffalo News", October 4, 1992. Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp 13 1993.38.0205
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Craftsman Homeowner - Autumn 1993, Vol. 5, No. 3  (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) Anonymous "The Ideal Home" Exhibits Opens in New York, Examines The American Arts and Crafts Movement. Includes a photograph of a Martin chair. Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp 10 1993.39.0205
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Fine Homebuilding - April/May 1993 (Published by-monthly by The Tounton Press, Inc., Newton, CT) Eifler, John "Restoring the Jacobs House. Revolutionary in plan but structurally flawed, Frank Lloyd Wright’s first Usonian house has been rebuilt from the outside in... After a succession of owners, Jacobs I was purchased in 1982 by James Dennis, a University of Wisconsin professor of art history. Dennis planned from the outset to restore the house, but truth be told, he had little inkling as to the extent of work and the amount of money it would take to do the job. Neither did I..." Includes 12 photographs...  Continue... Pp 78-82 1993.78.0715
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 1993 - Vol. 4 No. 1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "Frank Lloyd Wright and Hollywood".  B) "Voters approve Monona Terrace".  C) "Victoria and Albert Museum opens Wright Gallery".  D) Book Review: "The Wright Style", Carla Lind.  E) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright: A Biography", Meryle Secrest. Pp 20 1993.31.0404
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1993 Vol. 4 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie; 1) Building for Democracy. (Defining Wright’s architecture.) 2) The Complex task of Preserving Taliesin. 3) A Gateway to Taliesin. 4) Books: A) The Complete 1925 "Wendingen" Series, Frank Lloyd Wright, Dover Publications. B) Frank Lloyd Wright: Hollyhock House and Olive Hill, Kathryn Smith. 5) In Brief: A) World Premier of Shining Brow. B) Domino’s Wright Museum Closes. C) Future Looks Bright for Martin House. D) Lowell Walters Boathouse Restored. E) Foundation...  Continue... Pp 20 1993.76.0714
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 1993 - Vol. 4 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Editor: Legler, Dixie;
4) Visser, Kristin
1) Little known works by Frank Lloyd Wright: A: Lindholm Service Station; B: The Pettit Memorial Chapel; C: The First National Bank of Dwight; D: Anderton Court Shops. 2) The Troubador and the Architect (Wright and Carl Sandburg). 3) Secluded Hideaway (Seth Peterson Cottage). 4) In Brief: A: Guggenheim café counter built; B: Dana-Thomas house expands tour hours; C: Wright oral history program underway; D: NRH awards planning grant for Wright documentary...  Continue... Pp 24 1993.22.0602
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 1993, Vol. 4 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie;
2) Lucas, Suzette
3) Wright, Frank Lloyd
4) Contributed: Heyman...
1) In Brief: A: Wright’s Years in Japan; B: Taliesin information needed (Taliesin S.G.); C: Domino’s Wright collection dispersed; D: Auldbrass featured on plantation tour. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright & Russia (1937 trip) 3) For "Izvestia" (Wright pleaded with the Russian people to incorporate democracy). 4) Interiors By Wright (Rookery, Dana, Browne’s Bookstore, Kaufmann Office, Hoffman Showroom). 5) Partner to Genius (Olgavanna Lloyd Wright). 6) News: A: Frank Lloyd Wright Society Created...  Continue... Pp 20 1993.14.1201
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Historic Preservation - November / December 1993 (Published Bi-monthly by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D.C.) 1) Dean, Andrea Oppenheimer

2) Gooch, Mark

1) "Self-Portrait. Frank Lloyd Wright made the Taliesin Complex in Wisconsin a work in progress.  That is one of the challenges of the unique restoration project now being undertaken."  Includes 13 photographs.
2) "The Rookery Restoration."  Twenty-five years after Wright gave the interior a face-lift, William Drummond, who lacked the sensitivity of either Root or Wright, disfigured the entry lobbies.  Restoration of Wright’s face-lift.  Includes one photograph.  Original cover price $4.50.  8.25 x 11.
1) Pp Cover 2 26-33 96- 97 101-102

2) 68-69

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Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - June 1993 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Cleary, Richard “Edgar J. Kaufmann, Frank Lloyd Wright and the ‘Pittsburgh Point Park Coney Island in Automobile Scale”.  Kaufmann repeatedly sought to find a place for Wright’s talents in Pittsburgh.  Includes two photographs and 18 illustrations.  Copies printed: 3,700. Original cover price $6.50.  8.5 x 11. Pp 139-158 1993.49.0806
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Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - September 1993 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) 1) Joncas, Richard   2) Smith, Kathryn 3) The MIT Press 1) “Pedagogy and ‘Reflex’: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hanna House Revisited”. Beginning with the Hanna House, Wright explicitly characterized his domestic architecture as reflecting sociological patterns.  Includes seven photographs and four illustrations. 2) Book Review: “The Wright Style” Carla Lind 1992. Original HC list price $50.00. 3) Ad: “Wright in Hollywood: Visions of a New Architecture.” Robert L. Sweeney, Original HC list price $39.93. Copies printed: 3,700. Original cover price $6.50. 8.5 x 11. Pp 1) 307-22   2) 370-1   3) 381 1993.50.0806
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Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - December 1993  (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) Quinan, Jack “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum: A Historian’s Report”. Wright’s Guggenheim Museum in relationship to Siegel’s addition, and of Wright’s career as a whole. Includes nine photographs and 20 illustrations. Copies printed: 3,700.  Original cover price $6.50. 8.5 x 11. Pp 466-82 1993.51.0806
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 9, Winter 1992 - 93 (Published three times in 1993 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Masselink, Ben 2) De Long, James 3) Grant, Roderick 4) Storrer, Bradley R... 1) Taliesin Vintners. 2) How Mr. Wright Saved me from the Coils of College. 3) Hollyhock House: Given due attention in Print, but slighted in City Budget (Review of four books). 4) Schindler - Wright Exchange. 5) Modeling the Head of Frank Lloyd Wright. Includes thirteen photographs. Original List Price $13.75. 8.5 x 8.5. Two copies. One copy gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 24 1993.41.0305 1993.62.0710
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 10, Spring 1993 (Published three times in 1993 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Guggenheimer, Tobias 2) Loope, R. Nicholas 3) Korab, Baltazar 4) Hoffmann... 1) Fay Jones Symposium. 2) "Talking at Taliesin": Reflections on a Roundtable Discussion. 3) Tracing a Road Through the Domains of Masters. 4) Wichita Symposium. Usonia the Beautiful: the Dreams and the Realities . 5) Books. Frank Lloyd Wright. A Biography by Secrest. 6) Books. Frank Lloyd Wright. Remembered by Meehan. 7) Structural Elegance and a Sense of Reverent Space. Includes thirty-three photographs and nine illustrations. Original List Price $13.75. 8.5 x 8.5. Two copies...  Continue... Pp 32 1993.42.0305 1993.63.0710
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 11 Summer 1993 (Published three times in 1993 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Kappe, Shelly 2) Storrer, Brandley; Wiehle, Louis 3) Grant, Roderick 1) "In the Cause of Architecture" Symposium Draws 200 to Fellows’ Event. 2) A Conversation with Vladimir Karfik. Architect Worked for Both Le Corbusier and Wright. 3) Edmund Teske, Photographer. A selection from Work for Frank Lloyd Wright. Includes nineteen photographs (eight by Teske) and three illustrations. Original List Price $13.75. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 32 1993.64.0710
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Maine Antique Digest - June 1993 Maher, Thomas K. The Manipulation of a Corporate Collection: Thomas Monaghan and Frank Lloyd Wright. Pp 38-A 1993.27.0701
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Old-House Journal - January / February 1993

Moran, Maya "Prairie Plaster". A look at the sand-float finish and dye treatments that created multicolored walls in Wrightian Houses. Restoring the Tomek House. Pp 3, 36-39 1993.32.0804
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Old-House Journal - March / April 1993 Kelley, Stephan & Susan Letters: Prairie Plaster Uncovered Pp 14 1993.33.0804
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Old-House Journal - November / December 1993 Elliott, Lynn; Bock, Gordon "Lights for a new Century". Pp 26-30 1993.34.0804
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Opera News - April 10, 1993 (Published Monthly May-February, Biweekly December-April by the Metropolitan Opera Guild, Inc., New York) Booth, Francis “American Valhalla. Daron Hagen’s Shining Brow, due this month at Madison Opera, explores the turbulent early life of architecture’s Wotan, Frank Lloyd Wright.”  Includes two photographs and four illustrations.  Original cover price $2.50.  8 x 10.75. Pp 24-5 28-9 1993.56.1106
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Phoenix New Times - February 10-16, 1993 Martin, Philip Room With No View: Frank Lloyd Wright’s houses are nice places to visit - but you wouldn’t want to live there. (Very negative column.) Pp Cover 2 22-29 1993.23.0802
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RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Journal - August 1993 (Published by RIBA Publications Ltd., London) McAsian, Troughton; Arup, Ove Florida Southern College. "Chip off the old Block. A number of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings are suffering from deterioration owing to the concrete block construction method that he often used... Frank Lloyd Wright built with an overriding attention to both ‘organic’ forms and a sense of the commune. He also often used innovative and experimental construction techniques, using concrete blocks which had, perhaps, a little too much of the ‘organic’ in the mix and were often...  Continue... Pp 40-41 1993.79.0815
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Wright Angles - Winter 1993 Volume 19 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Columbian Exposition Centennial Begins.  2) Exhibitions & Events.  3) Announcements. Wright Plus.  4) Recent Gifts.  5) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. Includes 6 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1993.83.0117
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Wright Angles - Spring 1993 Volume 19 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan.  2) Recent Gifts.  3) Tours of Note.  4) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop.  5) Announcements. International Day. Wright Landmarks.  6) Members Events Includes 5 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 6 1993.84.0117
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Wright Angles - August September October 1993 Volume 19 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Solway, Susan 1) Frank Lloyd Wright & Glencoe.  2) From the Collections.  3) Member Activities.  4) Special Exhibition. Wright’s Road To Japan.  5) Education Programs.  6) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop.  7) News in Brief. Includes 8 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1993.85.0117
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Wright Angles - November December January 1993/1994 Volume 19 #4 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Winslow Residence Centennial.  2) Program Profile. Pilsen Project.  3) Exhibition of Note. Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect.  4) Holiday Activities.  5) Special Excursion. Wright in New York.  6) Education Programs.  7) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop.  8) News in Brief. Includes 12 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1993.86.0117
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Abitare - March 1994 (Published monthly by Editrice Abitare Segesta, Milano, Italy) Anonymous “Frank Lloyd Wright at MOMA”. Announcing a major exhibition on Wright at MOMA on February 20, 1994. Includes two photographs. An Italian magazine with text in Italian and English. Original cover price $11.50. 9 x 11.5. Pp 48 1994.41.0406
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American Scholar - Spring 1994 (Published quarterly by the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Washington D.C.) Pinck, Dan "Frank Lloyd Wright, The Many Lives Of. ...What do we know about Frank Lloyd Wright? We know that he is the last architect to bat over .400; that he is copied but rarely emulated; that he was a difficult person; that he had three wives and one emasculating mother; that he is still the most honored architect in the United States, with at least twenty of his houses and buildings open for public tours; that he designed houses and buildings in thirty-six states and overseas, most notably the Imperial...  Continue... Pp 267-276 1994.81.0414
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Architectural Digest - December 1994 Stephens, Suzanne Frank Lloyd Wright’s La Miniatura: Restoring a seldom- seen masterpiece in Southern California Pp 102 -109 202 1994.10.0900
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Architectural Record - February 1994 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) Kimball, Roger; Anderson Windows 1) "Wright on the Walls: Exhibiting a Legend. As the Museum of Modern Art opens a major retrospective on Frank Lloyd Wright this month, Roger Kimball wonders if there is anything new to learn about the master... What made Wright a great architect was not engineering or prudence or (despite his high-flown talk about capital D-Democracy) civic-mindedness, but an extraordinary spatial imagination and a knack for sitting poetically in the surrounding landscapes..." Includes three photograph and illustrations...  Continue... Pp 16-17, 19; 15 1994.107.0717
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Architectural Record - March 1994 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) Yamagiwa Corporation "Wright Lights. A stunning collection of residential lighting, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and completely faithful to Wright’s concepts, will be introduced at this year’s Light Fair (New York City, May 4-6)..." A total of 13 lamps, six pictured, include: 1) John Storer Living Room floor lamp, 76" tall. 2) Dana/Thomas Sumac wall sconce, 14" tall, 5" wide. 3) Robie house wall sconce. 4) Midway Garden table lamp, 31" high, $1,180. 5) Taliesin tower lamp, 80" tall, 17" base, Also 20" tall...  Continue... Pp 40-41 1994.83.0714
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 3 Issue #3 - Summer 1994 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Editor: Trent, Judith   3) McCoy, Bob
4) Mines, Cynthia
6) Elsner, Barbara & Laatsch, Audry
Pleasantville Bus Tours Highlight New York Mini-Conference   2) Deborah Vick Elected to Second Term as President   3) Stockman House Restoration Update   4) Restoration Returns Wright House to 1920s Elegance – Allen House   5) Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin Tour Video offered   6) Milwaukee Chosen as 1995 Conservancy Conference Site. Includes a four page "Wright on the Market." Also includes 15 photographs and one illustration. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 + 4 1994.95.1215
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Craftsman Homeowner - Spring 1994, Vol. 6, No. 2  (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) Anonymous New Licensing for Old Designs - Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. The Frank Lloyd Wright Metalwork Collection. Weedholder, Copper Urn, Candlestick or Vase, Future Pieces. Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp 7 1994.32.0205
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Craftsman Homeowner - Summer 1994, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) Wiehle, Louis "Craftsman Detail Without the Craftsman". Highlights of a speech by Louis Weihle. Includes detail photograph of the V.C. Morris Gift Shop. Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp 16, 21 1994.33.0205
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Craftsman Homeowner - Spring 1995, Vol. 6, No. 4 (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) Anonymous 1) "Wanted, Heath House Dining Chair". Stolen on December 29, 1994. 2) "Houses Selected for 1995 Wright Plus Housewalk." Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp 10, 17 1994.34.0205
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Elle Decor - February/March 1994 (Published by Elle Publishing, L.P., a joint venture owned by Hachette Publications, Inc., and managed by Hachette Ffilipacchi Magazines, Inc. New York) Smith, Kathryn "Frank Lloyd Wright Made His Buildings into Potent Metaphors for Nature: Earth, Fire, Water, Sky. Although Frank Lloyd Wright gave voice to the cause of machine production and industrial materials, his lifelong preoccupation was the duality of art in nature. When budget and client permitted, Wright created lyrical poems to native flora and fauna. The long, deep eaves of the Prairie Houses (which he built by the dozens in and around Chicago for a decade after 1900) reach out in space...  Continue... Pp 72 1994.110.0618
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 1994 Vol. 5 No. 1 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 1) Exhibitions at Home and Abroad. Exhibits at MOMA. Broadacre City. For Wisconsin. Sixty Years of Architecture. Mile High Skyscraper. Other Exhibitions. 2) Exhibition Chronology. Exhibitions During Frank Lloyd Wright’s Lifetime. 3) The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives - An International Treasure. Drawings; Historic Photographs; Manuscripts; Library; Art Collection; Oral History; Today’s Challenge. 4) Museum of Modern Art Pays Tribute to Wright. 5) Other New York...  Continue... Pp 32 1994.84.0714
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1994 Vol. 5 No. 2  (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 
2) Campbell, Robert
1) “Earthquake Damages Wright Buildings”  2) “A Walk Through Taliesin”  3) “Exploring Wright Sites in the Midwest” Includes 22 sites.  4) “Exhibits”  5) “In Brief”  6) “Foundation News”.  Includes 58 photographs and 11 illustrations.  8.5 x 11. Pp 24 1994.53.0307
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 1994  Vol. 5 No. 3  (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Oboler, Arch  2) Editor: Legler, Dixie 1) He’s Always Magnificently Wright”  2) “Frank Lloyd Wright Away from Home; Villa Belvedere, Fiesole; Imperial Hotel Apartment, Tokyo; Ocatilla, Chandler; Plaza Hotel, New York City”  3) “Books” 4) “Calendar”  5) “Foundation News.   Includes 46 photographs and two illustrations.  8.5 x 11. Pp 24 1994.52.0307
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 1994 - Vol. 5 No. 4  (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie
2) Guerrero, Pedro
3) Brierly, Cornelia
4) Robinson, Sarah
1) Governor opens Taliesin Visitors Center (Spring Green).  2) A photographer looks at Taliesin West.  3) Taliesin West: The Early Years.  4) Living in the desert today (apprentices).  5) Exploring Wright sites in Arizona and California. Taliesin West; Arizona Biltmore; First Christian Church; Grady Gammage; Hollyhock; Freeman; Anderton Court; Ennis-Brown; Marin County Civic Center; V.C. Morris Gift Shop.  6) News: Taliesin West Chosen for National Trust Kid’s Program; Lee Cohen...  Continue... Pp 28 1994.17.1201
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Gold Coast - April 1994 - Signed Henning, Randolph C. Frank Lloyd Wright in Fort Lauderdale. The legendary architect came to build a house for Ludd Spivey. But it never was constructed. Now, 55 years later, some influential people are trying to get this historic home built. Spivey was the president of Florida Southern College, designed by Wright. Pp 6 10 12-14 16 1994.27.0304
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Gold Coast - April 1994 Anonymous Wright homes open to the Public. List of 17 homes. Pp 14 1994.28.0304
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Gold Coast - April 1994 Anonymous Wright for the Riverwalk. Information on supporting the Spivey Home and Museum. Pp 16 1994.29.0304
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Historic Preservation - December 1994 Freeman, Allen Work In Progress: Restoration of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation in Oak Park Pp 36-45, 88-89 1994.11.1200
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House Beautiful - March 1994 Filler, Martin Frank Lloyd Wright at MOMA Pp 146-151 1994.23.0802
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Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - September 1994 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) 1) Levine, Neil 2) Rubin, Jeanne S.  3) Manchester University Press   4) Dover Publications 1) Exhibitions: “Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect.” MOMA, New York, 20 February - 10 May 1994.  Includes one photograph of the exhibition catalogue, “FLW: Architect” HC $60.00,  SC $29.95.  2) Letters: Jeanne Rubin responds to Jack Quinan’s article on the Guggenheim Museum. December 1993.   3) Ad: “Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, The Romantic Legacy.” Richard Etlin, 1994, HC $39.95. Includes two photographs.   4) Ad: Includes information on nine books about Frank Lloyd...  Continue... Pp  1) 343-7   2) 376-7   3) 385    4) 386 1994.44.0806
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 12 Winter 1993-1994 (Published four times in 1994 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis  1) Wiehle, Louis  3) Hoffmann, Donald  4) Cusack, Victor A.  5) Reidy... 1) Malibu Fire Engulfs Eric and Mary Wright Property But Much is Saves. 2) MOMA’s Massive FLLW Exhibit Opens February 20. 3) The Builder at Bear Run. 4) Guggenheim Redux 5) Books: About Wright: Recollection by Those Who Knew Him, By Tafel. 6) John son Compound, Death Valley. A Long Misunderstood Wright Design for California. 7) Two New Lautner Design Shaped by Client Specifics. Includes fifteen photographs and twenty-five illustrations. Original List...  Continue... Pp 32 1994.58.0710
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 13-14 Spring -Summer 1994 (Published four times in 1994 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Wiehle, Louis  3) Cusack, Victor, A. 
4) Wiehle, Louis  5) Masselink
...
1) A Lifelike Dream House 2) Courtyard House in Rancho Santa Fe 3) Two Retrospectives in Retrospect. Frank Lloyd Wright at the MOMA: Shows in 1940 and 1994 Compared and Contrasted. 4) Frank Lloyd Wright at the MOMA 1994. Includes comments by Kamal Amin, Fred Chriss, Darrel Couturier, Wallace Cunningham, Grattan Fill, Roderick Grant, Aaron G. Green, Tobias Guggenheimer, Mark Heyman, Thomas Olson, John Reed, Roland Reisley, William Storrer, Merle...  Continue... Pp 48 1994.59.0710
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 15 Fall 1994 (Published four times in 1994 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 
1) Merchell, Anthony A.  2) Benton, John  4) Grant, Roderick
1) John E. Lautner, 1933-39. 2) Allan J. Gelbin, 1949-53. 3) Eight Architects, Eight Projects: Caciola: Hollywood Hills; Dyson: Madera County, CA; Green: Pebble Beach; Jones, Jennings: Whittier, CA; Liebhardt: La Jolla, CA; Stricker, Seattle; Swaback, Pinnacle Peak, AZ; Wiehle, Los Angeles. 4) Books: Wright in Hollywood, Sweney, 1994. Includes thirty-one photographs and forty-two illustrations. Original List Price $12.50. 8.5 x 8.5. Number of copies printed: 700. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 28 1994.60.0710
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 16 Winter 1994 (Published four times in 1994 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Geiger, John W. 1) A Season’s Greeting to All Our Members and Friends. 2) Taliesin Fellow Biographical Questionnaire. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 4 1994.61.0710
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Minnesota Monthly - Oct 1994 (Published monthly by Minnesota Monthly, on behalf of Minnesota Public Radio, St. Paul, Minn.) McBride, Elizabeth "The Wright Cabin For Skiing. Cross-Country Ski and Share an Architect’s Dream at the Seth Peterson Cottage... The Seth Peterson Cottage, near Lake Delton, Wisconsin, is the only Wright house that can be rented for overnight stays. Compact (880 square feet) yet spacious, serene yet powerful, in Wright’s inimitable way, the cottage offers an extraordinary opportunity to learn what’s behind all the fuss over this architect..." Includes two photographs. Original cover price $2.50. 8 x 11 Pp 62-63 1994.88.0715
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Scholastic Art - March 1994 (Published six times a year by Scholastic Inc., Jefferson City, MO) Bilyeau, Suzanne 1) “Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture” (Cover)   2) “Frank Lloyd Wright: Building for People” (Pp 2-3)   3) “Form Follows Function” (Pp 4-5)   4) “Poetry in Concrete” (Pp 6-7)   5) “Guggenhem Museum: Frank Lloyd Wright” (Pp 8-9).  Includes 11 photos and illustrations. Original cover price $1.20. 8 x 10.75. Pp Cover - 9 1994.39.0306
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Smithsonian - February 1994 Secrest, Meryle A great architect with love for nature and lots of fight Pp Cover, 54-61 1994.12.0499
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The New York Review of Books - January 13, 1994 (Published 21 times a year by Rea S. Hederman, Publisher, New York) Filler, Martin "He’d Rather be Wright. ...In the thirty-five years since the death of Frank Lloyd Wright, however, regard for him and his immense contribution to architecture has only risen and broadened..." Book review of 12 books. 1) "Frank Lloyd Wright," Secrest, $30.00, $15.00 (SC);  2) "Frank Lloyd Wright: Collected Writings," Pfeiffer, Vol. 1-3, $60.00, $40 (SC);  3) "Wright Studies, Vol. 1: Taliesin, 1911-1914," Menocal, $39.95, $19.95 (SC);  4) "Frank Lloyd Wright: The Lost Years 1910-1922: A Study of Influence...  Continue... Pp 28-34 1994.89.0815
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The Wilson Quarterly - Spring 1994 (Published quarterly by The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington D. C.) Rybczynski, Witold "Why Wright Endures. The enduring fascination with Frank Lloyd Wright - evinced most recently by this year’s retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art - is a tribute to an architectural genius whose distinctive style ‘spoke, and still speaks to most Americans...’ The public interest in Wright’s work has always been sustained by the personality of the man himself. ‘He is a fascinating, adorable, and utterly irresponsible genius, full of magnetism, selfish to the extent of violating all the conventions...  Continue... Pp 36-44 1994.82.0414
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Wisconsin, The Milwaukee Journal Magazine - November 27, 1994 (Published by The Milwaukee Journal, Milwaukee, Wisc.) 1 & 2) Gould, Whitney 1) Will the Saga Finally End? Frank Lloyd Wright’s Monona Terrace will break ground in ‘95 - probably. Like Jarndyce and Jarndyce, the interminable family lawsuit around which Dickens spun his tragicomic tale of delayed justice in London’s chancery courts, the saga of Madison v. Frank Lloyd Wright has chugged on for more than a half century. Indeed, the battle over Wright’s never-built civic complex on Lake Monona is easily the longest continuing argument in the history of this famously contentious capital...  Continue... Pp Cov, 2 8-16 1994.99.1216
1994
Wright Angles - Annual Report 1993 / February March April 1994 Volume 20 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk A1) Yunker, James D.; A2) Mercuri, Joan; B1) Hala, Natalie A. Two parts, Annual Report, then second part is Newsletter: A) 1993 Annual Report: 1) Presidents Message.  2) Mission. New Mission Statement.  3) Public Programs. Tours. Education. Volunteers.  4) Resources. Development. Merchandise.  B) Newsletter: 1) Dear Members and Friends of the Foundation. 2) News in Brief.  3) Education Programs.  4) Museum. Research Center. Collections. Includes 11 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 6/12 1994.100.0117
1994
Wright Angles - May June July 1994 Volume 20 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Melanie Birk 1) Revisiting The Restoration, Part 1.  2) Exhibits of Note. Picturing Wright; Frank Lloyd Wright’s Japanism: Japanese Art on Paper from His Collection.  3) Member Activities. Tafel Presentation. Annual Meeting.  4) Special Excursion. Meyer May & More in Michigan.  5) Education Programs.  6) Ginkgo Tree Bookstore. Reproduction of Copper Urn.  7) News in Brief. Studio Frieze Installed. Wright Heritage Tour Weekend Announced. The 1994 Distinguished Illinois Preservationist. Includes 12 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1994.101.0117
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Wright Angles - Augut September October 1994 Volume 20 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Melanie Birk 1) Revisiting The Restoration, Part II.  2) Member Activities.  3) Special Excursion. Philadelphia & Wright’s Beth Shalom.  4) Education Programs. Public Lectures.  5) Ginkgo Tree Bookstore. Reproduction of Taliesin 1 Table Lamp.  6) News in Brief. Wright Plus. Includes 14 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1994.102.0117
1994
Wright Angles - November December January 1994/1995 Volume 20 #4 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Melanie Birk 1) Young Explorers: Junior Programs at the Home and Studio.  2) Annual Fund.  3) Member Activities.  4) Special Excursion. The Wright California.  5) Education Programs. Public Lectures.  6) Ginkgo Tree Bookstore. Wright at a Glance.  7) News in Brief. Includes 9 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1994.103.0117
1995
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AKC Gazette - February 1995 1) Nieder, Jeannette
2)
Anonymous 
1) The House Frank Lloyd Wright Build (Zimmerman House)
2) More Dog Houses (Bergers Dog House)
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Art & Antiques - September 1995 (Published monthly by Trans World Publishing, Inc. New York) Prisant, Carol “Decorating the Century.” Includes paragraph on Wright and one photo. Original cover price $4.95. 8.5 x 11. Pp 51, 55 1995.43.0405
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Architectural Digest - July 1995 Webb, Michael Related: Polishing a Jewel by Lloyd Wright Pp 14 62-71 1995.15.0302
1995
AV Monografias - July- August 1995 (Published by Arquitectura Viva, Madrid) Filler, Martin; Curtis, Williams; Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Frampton, Kenneth; Oiza, Francisco Javier Saenz de; Sainz... A monograph dedicated to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Articles are titled: The Rebel Master; An American Hero; Mythical Landscapes; Organic Architecture; Prescience and Metamorphosis; From Success to Exile, 1885-1909 studies include: Winslow House; Larkin Administration Building; Unity Temple; Robie House; A Home in the Prairie. Return and Isolation 1909-1934 studies include: Midway Gardens; Imperial Hotel; Barnsdall House; Storer House. From...  Continue... Pp 121 1995.81.0616
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Building Renovation - Winter 1995 (Published quarterly by Penton Publishing, Cleveland, OH) Fisher, Thomas "Righting a Wright Campus. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Florida Southern College shows how great buildings can be a valuable asset - if well maintained." History of Wright’s work at the college, analysis of the concrete textile blocks and the restoration process. Includes 11 photographs and one illustration. Original cover price $5.00. 8 x 10.75. Pp 30-33 1995.48.0709
1995 

Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 4 Issue #2 - Summer 1995 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois)

Editor: Fields, Jenette   3) Rathbun, Peter 4&8) Fields, Jeanette   5) Berkwits, Leland 1) New President of Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy.  2) Wright in Wisconsin.  3) Preserving Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin   4) Taliesin Fellows Spotlights Aulbrass Plantation   5) Oxford University Press. "Frank Lloyd Wright: Presentation and Conceptual Drawings" CD-Rom Boxed Set.   6) Building Conservancy to Expand to World Wide Web.  7) Wright on the Market.  8) New "Wright Sites" Out this Fall. Includes 23 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 16 1995.38.1004 1995.76.1215
1995
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 4 Issue #3 - Fall 1995 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, River Forest, Illinois) Editor: Fields, Jenette  7) Komanecky, Michael  8) Butler, Donna 11) Fielsd, Jeannette; Briggw, Sara-Ann 1) Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy is Recipient of NCPTT Grant   2) Wright in Wisconsin: Conference Recap  3) Wright Spirit Awards Presented at Milwaukee Conference  4) Frank Lloyd Wright Community Mourns the Passing of Two of its Pioneers. Katherine Jacobs and Marshall Erdman. 5) Prairie School Collaborators – Frank Lloyd Wright and George Mann Niedecken  6) Good News for Historic Homeowners  7) Furnishing and Art Collections at Taliesin...  Continue... Pp 20 1995.77.1215
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Country Living - December 1995 1) Martin, Leslie
2)
Anonymous
1) "Into the Desert". A visit to Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter retreat in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert highlights a holiday getaway.
2) "Traveler’s Tips." Out and about: Taliesin West. Suggested reading: Taliesin West, In The Realm of Ideas (30 page interpretive guidebook.
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Craftsman Homeowner - Summer 1995, Vol. 7, No. 2  (Published Quarterly by The Foundation for Study of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Roycroft, East Aurora, NY) Anonymous "The Wright Sites Open for Public Tours." Original List Price $6.25. 8.5 x 11. Pp 28 1995.41.0205
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Desert Dwellings Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Taliesin West: Desert Dwellings Pp 4 1995.25.0902
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Domus - #772 - June 1995 (Published by Domus S.p.A., Milano, Italy. Published in Italian and English) 1) Zins, Debra 1) "The restoration of Taliesin. Under the guidance of a specially created conservation commission, an attentive restoration project is underway on Frank Lloyd Wright's famous studio-houses. The sights future is for scene as a cultural center. We report on... Pp 85-86 1995.94.1018
2) Andreini, Laura; 2) "Oak park, River Forest. In 1887 Frank Lloyd Wright move to Chicago, in the Midwest, where he became an apprentice in Adler and Sullivan's office. Right after his marriage in 1889, he purchased a lot in the suburb of Oak Park where...  Continue... Pp 87-94
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 1995 Vol. 6 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 1) Dowling, Jill 4) Cleary, Richard 1) Taliesin Preservation Commission Update.   2) George and Nelle Fabyan’s Country Home.   3) Life at Riverbank.   4) Frank Lloyd Wright’s San Francisco Field Office.   5) Books: A) Frank Lloyd Wright, Collected Writings Vol. 4.   B) Wright in Hollywood.   C) Frank Lloyd Wright for Kids.   D) Frank Lloyd Wright: First Impressions.   E) Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier: The Romantic Legacy.   F) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Meaning of Material.   6) Barton House...  Continue... Pp 24 1995.70.0714
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1995 - Vol. 6 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Editor: Legler, Dixie 2) Meech, Julia 3) Mirviss, Joan B. 4) Tanigawa, Masami 5) Stipe, Margo 1) Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan.   2) Frank Lloyd Wright, Collector.   3) A hidden legacy: The Surimono collection of Frank Lloyd Wright.   4) Imperial Hotel; Imperial Hotel Annex; United States Embassy; Aisaku Hayashi House; Odawara Hotel; Mihara House; Motion Picture Theater; Viscount Tadashiro Inoue House; Tazaemon Yamamura House; Arinobu Fukuhara House; Baron Shimpei Goto House; Jiyu Gakuen.   5) Wright’s first trip to Japan.   6) News: Taliesin...  Continue... Pp 28 1995.29.0703
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 1995 Vol. 6 No. 3. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 1) In Brief: A) Robie House to Open as House Museum.   B) Charnley House Becomes National Headquarters.   2) Monona Terrace: A Marriage of City and Lake.   3) Taliesin: Work of a Life Time. 4) Books:   A) The Oral History of Modern Architecture. B) Frank Lloyd Wright in Word and Form.   C) My Father Who is on Earth.   5) Videos.   6) News: Foundation Licenses Wright Art Glass Series.   7) Wright Drawings Now Available on CD-Rom. Includes 50 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 1995.71.0714
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 1995 Vol. 6 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 1) In Brief: A New Home for Pope-Leighey House.   2) The Shared Vision. Frank Lloyd Wright and George Mann Niedecken.   3) Desert Dwellings (Taliesin Apprentices).   4) Books: A) Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings, Vol. 5.   B) Wright at a Glance: Prairie Houses; Usonian Houses; Life and Homes; Lost Buildings.   C) The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection of Surimono.   D) Frank Lloyd Wright: The Phoenix Papers, Vol. I & II.   5) New Frank Lloyd Wright Poster Available...  Continue... Pp 24 1995.72.0714
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House Beautiful - June 1995 (Published monthly by the Hearst Corp. New York) Schlang, Lisa Jill “Anderson does it Wright.” The architect’s art glass windows are being reproduced. Original cover price $2.50.  8.5 x 11. Pp 50 1995.44.0405
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 17 Spring 1995 (Published two times in 1995 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Grant, Roderick 2) Laraway, Frank 3) Wegg, Talbot 4) Webb, Michael 5) Heyman, Mark 1) James De Long Houses Honored as City Cultural Monuments. 2) Nari’s Rock. 3) The Other Side of Wartime "Cloverleaf" Housing Story. 4) Books: John Lautner, Architect. Escher, 1994. 5) Book: My Father Who is on Earth. Wright, 1994. Includes twenty-six photographs and twenty-four illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 32 1995.53.0710
1995 
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 18 Summer 1995 (Published two times in 1995 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Sykora, Merle 2) Ed. By Escher, Frank 3) Reidy, Peter 1) Fellows’ Auldbrass Tour Gathers 200 Enthusiasts. 2) John Lautner, A Tribute. Over fifty tributes including Julius Shulman, Herb Greene and Bruno Zevi. 3) Books: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Meaning of Material. Patterson, 1994. Includes thirty-nine photographs and nine illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 40 1995.54.0710
1995
Life Magazine - June 5, 1995 (Published monthly by Time, Inc., New York) Anonymous Life Celebrates 1945. "Visionary Builder. Once upon a time, buildings were big boxes divided into smaller boxes. Then along came Frank Lloyd Wright, with his ‘organic’ buildings that grew from the inside out and mirrored their environments. Jutting serenely out of prairies and over waterfalls, Wright’s structures were as eccentric, innovations - carports, corner windows, open floor plans..." Includes one photograph of Wright with the model of the Guggenheim Museum. Original cover price $4.95. 9 x 11 Pp 143 1995.90.0617
1995 
New Yorker - March 13, 1995 Anonymous Wright Again - Sort of. Monona Terrace to be built, Madison Civic Center. Note: This was purchased from the estate of Nashville singer/songwriter John Hartford. Pp 36 - 7 1995.16.0402
1995 
Orientations - March 1995 Meech, Julia The Spaulding Brothers & Frank Lloyd Wright: Opportunity of a Lifetime (Japanese print Collection) Pp 36-49 1995.10.0501
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Phoenix Home & Garden - April 1995 1) Kroloff, Reed
2) Chesterfield, Mary
3)
Anonymous
4-5) Miles, Candice
6) Phoenix Art Museum
1) Frank Lloyd Wright in Arizona. The Mater Architect’s Desert Legacy. Four Homes: Paulson House, Taliesin West, Boomer Cottage, Adelman House.  2) Commentary by Editor
3) The Wright Stuff. Designs for the ‘90's. (Reproductions available today.)  4) Keeper of the Flame. Taliesin archivist preserves the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright.  5) Design / Build. Taliesin program grows in the Master’s Shadow.  6) Ad for Museum: Frank Lloyd Wright and Japanese Art.
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Uplands, Southwest Wisconsin’s, 1995 Visitors Guide Anonymous Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Pp 66 1995.08.1295
1995
Wright Angles - February March April 1995 Volume 21 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 2) DeSombre, Nancy C. 5) Hala, Natalie A. 1) 1994 Annual Report. 2) President’s Message. 3) 1994 Highlights. 4) Mission Statement. 5) From the CEO. 6) 1994 Annual Meeting. Includes 6 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1995.85.0117
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Wright Angles - May June July 1995 Volume 21 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Melanie Birk 1) Robie House: The Shape of Things to Come. 2) Special Exhibitions. Frank Lloyd Wright and Japanese Art. Frank Lloyd Wright in Chicago: The Early Years. 3) Recent Gifts. 4) News in Brief. 5) Education Programs. 6) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. The Ultimate Frank Lloyd Wright. The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion. Members Activities. Wright Plus. Includes 11 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1995.86.0117
1995
Wright Angles - August September October 1995 Volume 21 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Bachand, Cheryl 1) Exotic Objects From the East. Returning Decorative Arts to Wright’s Home and Studio. 2) Robie House. 3) News in Brief. 4) Education Programs. 5) Ginkgo Tree Bookshop. 6) Recent Gifts. Includes 9 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1995.87.0117
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Wright Angles - November December January 1995/1996 Volume 21 #4 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk 1) Bachand, Cheryl 1995 Annual Report Issue. Expansions. President’s Message. Year in Review. Interpretation and Research. External Relations. Operations. Financial Review. Donors. Includes 11 photographs and illustrations. One copy bound into volume. 11 x 8.5 Pp 12 1995.14.0102 1995.88.0117
1996
1996 
Architectural Digest - March 1996 Whiteson, Leon The Arizona Biltmore: Refurbishing a Wrightian Legend in Phoenix Pp 134 - 9, 178 1996.03.0301
1996 
Bulletin, The Quarterly  Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Volume 5, Issue 3 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy; Pickrel, Debra; May, Carol; Quinan, Jack; Henry, Frank M.; Fields, Jeanette; Briggs, Sara... 1) Original Homeowners Recognized at Record-Breaking Conference. 2) Wright spirit awards highlight conference’s gala dinner. 3) Buffalo announces as site of 1997 annual conference. 4) Update on the Arthur Pieper House. 5) At the properties. 6) "The celebrity room": An obscure Wright interior emerges from the past. 7) Taliesin in the tropics: A week with John and Kay Rattenbury. 8) Properties database survey project. 9) The Lumiline Lamp 10) Working...  Continue... Pp 24 1996.43.1004
1996 
Bulletin, The Quarterly  Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Volume 5, Issue 3 Hasbrouck, Wilbert R. Book Review: Review of "Unity Temple, Frank Lloyd Wright and Architecture for Liberal Religion". Pp 18 1996.44.1004
1996
Caxtonian. Journal of The Caxton Club of Chicago - November 1996 (Published by The Caxton Club, Chicago, Illinois) 1) Godow, Michael; Fields, Jeanette  3) Cotner, Jon   4 & 5) Cotner, Robert 1) Collections of One-Time Caxtonian Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park. Description of significant Wright collections at the Oak Park Public Library and the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Article notes that Gilman Lane was an Apprentice to Wright, in 1934.) 2) Wright Programs Scheduled This Month in Oak Park. "Wright and Wasmuth: The Heritage in Print. and Drawings..." November 14, at Unity Temple. 3) Cloquet Service Station, Timeless Tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright. "...  Continue... Pp 6 1996.71.1113
1996
Elements, The Newsletter of the Friends of Hollyhock House - September, 1996 Vol 4 No 1 (Published by the Cultural Affairs Department, Los Angeles, CA) Editor: Olguin, Patricia E. 1) Burton, Ted 2) Ron Kline 3) Marsh, Nina 4) Reidy, Peter 5) Palmer-Lacy... 1) Movie night recalls romance of the past. 2) President’s Report. 3) Fining the Wright Angles in the Bay Area. 4) Getting our stories straight. (Hollyhock House library door.) 5) Wright Family Portraits: Catherine Wright Baxter. 6) From the Editor 7) Setting the tome 8) Wright in Michigan Includes 5 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 1996.83.0618
1996
Elements, The Newsletter of the Friends of Hollyhock House - October, 1996 Vol 4 No 1 (Published by the Cultural Affairs Department, Los Angeles, CA) Kazor, Virginia Special Supplement. Behind the Scenes at Barnsdall Art Park. Cultural Affairs Department. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 1 1996.84.0618
1996 
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 1996 - Vol. 7 No. 1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 2) Montooth, Charles 3) Masselink, Ben 4) Gould, Whitney 1) In Brief: A: CBS Sunday Morning visits Taliesin (SG); B: Building conservancy grants Wright Spirit Award; C: Arizona Lifestyle and architectural tour. 2) A classic sense of order (Llewellyn Wright Home, Robie, Freeman, Hanna, Boomer, David Wright). 3) Picnicking with Frank Lloyd Wright. 4) Preserving a treasure (Spring Green). 5) Books: "Working with Mr. Wright...", "Frank Lloyd Wright: Presentation and conceptual drawings". 6) Envisioning a design: Gila River students help...  Continue... Pp 32 1996.36.0703
1996 

Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1996 - Vol. 7 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "New Life for Wright’s First Low-Income Housing Project". B) "Frank Lloyd Wright in Manhattan". C) "Exploring Wright Sites in the East". D) Book Review: "Wright Sites", Arlene Sanderson. E) Book Review: " A Taliesin Legacy: The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Apprentices", Tobias S. Guggenheimer.  Original List Price $10.00. Pp 24 1996.39.0404
1996 
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 1996 - Vol. 7 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "Designs For an American Landscape". B) "The Fine Art of Conserving Wright’s Drawings". C) "The Architecture of Canoeing". D) Book Review: "The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright", Neil Levine. E) Book Review: " Wright: in Arizona: The Early Work of Pedro E. Guerrero", Bernard Michael Boyle. F) "Down to Earth", Maya Moran. G) "Houses of Frank Lloyd Wright ", CD-ROM by Luna Imaging.  Original List Price $10.00. Pp 28 1996.38.0404
1996 
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 1996 - Vol. 7 No.4  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "Conserving Wright’s Art Collection". B) "Skyview: A Turbulent Past, An Uncertain Future". C) "Living in all the Wright Places". D) "Celebrated Film maker Ken Burns Produces Wright Documentary.  Original List Price $10.00. Pp 24 1996.40.0404
1996 
House Beautiful - July 1996 Filler, Martin Wright in a New Light Pp 52-53 1996.30.0802
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House Beautiful - November 1996 Filler, Martin Surveying a Century. Pp 117 120 6 8-9 132 4 1996.31.0802
Margolies, Jane Meeting Mr. Wright. Life-enhancing architecture was Frank Lloyd Wright’s cause, and our former editor-in-chief Elizabeth Gordon was his comrade-in-arms. Pp 136 138 1996.32.0802
Connors, Thomas Wright for the Night. Rent the Seth Peterson cottage Pp 140 1996.33.0802
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Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - March 1996 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Philadelphia) 1) Johnson, Donald Leslie   2) Alofsin, Anthony 1) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Design for the Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon (1932).”  Similarities to the Johnson Wax Administration Buidling. Includes two photographs and five illustrations.   2) Book Review: “Frank Lloyd Wright: Collected Writings”. Five volumes, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, Editor, 1992-1995. HC $60.00, SC $40.00. Copies printed: 3,700. Original cover price $8.75. 8.5 x 11. Pp   1) Cover 58-65 119   2) 97-7 1996.53.0806
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 19 Spring 1996 (Published two times in 1996 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Van Doren, Phyllis 2) Levine, Neil 3) Heyman, Mark; Komanecky, Michael 4) Kingsbury, Pamela D. 1) Reclaiming Sea and Sky 2) Frank Lloyd Wright and His/story. An Inclusive View. 3) Books: Working with Mr. Wright: What It Was Like. Besinger, 1995. 4) Author, Architect, Teacher, Curtis Besinger Is Also Meticulous Observer. Includes nineteen photographs and twenty-one illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 32 1996.64.0710
1996 
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 20 Winter 1996 (Published two times in 1996 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: De Long, James 1 & 2) Holzhueter, John O. 3) Masselink, Ben 4) Heyman, Mark 5) Grant, Roderick 6) Benton, John 1) Cudworth Beye, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Yahara River Boathouse, 1905. 2) How the Beye Letters Were Discovered. 3) The Bridge Café 4) Books: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana House. Hoffmann, 1996. 5) Philip Johnson: Life and Work. Schulze, 1994. 6) John de Koven Hill, 1920-1996. Includes five photographs and fourteen illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. 8.5 x 11. Number of copies printed: 1,000. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 32 1996.65.0710
1996 
Nutshell News - July 1996 (Published monthly by Kalmbach Publishing Co., Waukesha, WI) Cook, Madelyn "Microcrafting Arts & Crafts. 1/4" scale the Wright Way. Wright’s furniture was crafted to compliment the houses he designed. The sofa set is shown in front of a photo of the May House." Includes directions and diagrams for producing miniature prairie styled furniture. Original cover price $3.95. 8.25 x 10.75 Pp 54-55 1996.70.0713
1996 
Pacific Magazine - September 8, 1996 1) Kreisman, Lawrence 1) The Wright idea: This famed architect’s design was both art and labor. (Tracy House) 1) Pp 24-28 1996.17.0996
2) Kreisman, Lawrence 2) Wright in the Northwest: Annual conference of The Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy meets in Seattle 2) Pp 28 1996.18.0996
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The Structurist - No. 35/36, 1995/1996 (Published biennially by the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada) Kingsbury, Pamela D.  1) "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Allen House. Situated in splendid isolation on the Kansas prairie far from its siblings, Frank Lloyd Wright's Allen house has gone virtually unnoticed by architectural historians. The house was erected in Wichita...  Continue... Pp 36-39 1996.81.0418
Domer, Dennis 2) "Out of the Nature of Things: Alfred Caldwell’s Idea of the Organic At Eagle Point Park. In the late 1920s Alfred Caldwel visited Frank Lloyd Wright in his exile in central Wisconsin. On the recommendation of Jens Jansen, Wright had consented to...  Continue... Pp 29-35
1996 
Valley Guide - Summer 1996 Freundlich, Carol The 20th century’s most famous architect’s work thrived in Arizona’s open spaces. Pp Cover, 9 50-3 1996.29.0802
1996 
Wisconsin Trails - August 1996  (Published bimonthly by Wisconsin Tales and Trails, Inc., Madison) Rhodes, Lucy “Spring Green.  A picturesque town surrounded by hills and valleys filled with architectural treasures, artisans’ studios and country hospitality.”  Includes one photograph of Taliesin. Original cover price $3.95.  8.2 x 10.9. Pp 59-61 1996.58.0607
1996
Wright Angles - February March April 96, Volume 22, Number 1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, Illinois) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation The Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation. 1) "Wright’s Wasmuth Portfolio." Excerpts from Wright’s introductory monograph. 2) In Brief: Copper Weed Holder acquisition. Wasmuth Portfolio acquisition. Wright Plus 1996. 3) Robie House Management. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1996.72.0714
1996 
Wright Angles - Volume 22 #4 - November December January 1996/1997 Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Frank Lloyd Wright & Ernst Wasmuth Pp 8 1996.35.0602
1997
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AA Files No. 33 - Summer 1997 (Published by The Architectural Association, London) Smith, Kathryn Book Review: "The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright" Levine, 1996, £59.50. "Frank Lloyd Wright towers above all other architects of the twentieth century in popularity, yet he has never found a secure place in academia. Wright remains inscrutable too many professors of architecture and is ignored or ridiculed in the classrooms of the most prestigious universities. Since the beginning of the latest Wright revival, which gained momentum with the publication between 1984 and 1988 of twelve volumes of drawings...  Continue... Pp 106-109 1997.81.0918
1997
AA Files - Summer 1997 (Author’s Proof) (Published by the AA School of Architecture, London) Smith, Kathryn Book Review: "The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright" Levine, 1996, £59.50. "Frank Lloyd Wright towers above all other architects of the twentieth century in popularity, yet he has never found a secure place in academia. Wright remains inscrutable too many professors of architecture and is ignored or ridiculed in the classrooms of the most prestigious universities. Since the beginning of the latest Wright revival, which gained momentum with the publication between 1984 and 1988 of twelve volumes of drawings...  Continue... Pp 106-109 1997.80.0618
1997 
Architectural Digest - April 1997 Gill, Brendan Wright and the Concept of Shelter Pp 42-47 1997.11.0901
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APT Journal, Vol. 28, No. 2/3. 1997 (Published by Association for Preservation Technology International, Springfield, IL) Sinclair, Brian R.; Walker, Terence J. "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Banff Pavilion: Critical Inquiry and Virtual Reconstruction. Using historical research and advanced computer technology, a long-forgotten Canadian structure, demolished in 1938, was described, its design and construction analyzed, and a 2D/3D model created." An in-depth analysis, from original drawings, and creation of a 3D computerized model. The most complete description of the construction of the Pavilion. Includes three photographs and six illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Digital version. For more information on the Banff National Park Pavilion see our Wright Study. Pp 13-21 1997.51.0910
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 6 Issue #3 - Fall 1997 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor & 1) Pickrel, Debra
4) Thorpe, John G.  5) Nagel, Stefan
7) Lipman, Jonathan
1) Buffalo Conference Proves a Benchmark for the Conservancy   2) Senator Maynihan Delivers Keynote Address   3) "Wright’s Pencil" Passes Away, John Howe   4) Guidelines for the Conservation of Frank Lloyd Wright Properties   5) Law Review: Adding Fuel to Preservation: The Donation Deduction   6) Book Review   7) Annual Report 8) Wright on the Market. Includes 39 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 1997.68.1215
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 1997 - Vol. 8 No. 1   (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 4) Wright, Frank Lloyd 5) Pappas, Bette 8) Hart, Sharon 1) In Brief: A: Monona Terrace takes shape along the lake. B: Museum seeks to acquire Price Tower. 2) Divine Architecture (Unitarian Meeting House, Greek Orthodox Church). 3) Starched Churches. Review of "The Beautiful Church", Wright, 1945 (Unitarian Meeting House, Beth Sholom Synagogue, other projects). 4) Is it good to go gothic? (Anne Pfeiffer, Unity Church, Pettit, First Christian Church, Unity Chapel, Pilgrim Congregational). List of 26 churches & chapels built designed...  Continue... Pp 24 1997.22.0802
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1997 - Vol. 8 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 4) Masselink, Ben 5) Cole, Dave 6) Hart, Sharon 7) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks 1) In Brief: A: Chicago opera theater to perform "Shining Brow". B: Edmund Teske, photographer of Wright’s early years, dies. C: Monona Terrace schedules grand opening. D: New group formed for Marin County Civic Center. 2) Architecture and the automobile (Broadacre City, Disappearing City, Hoffman). 3) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Automobiles. 4) The glamour of a red cord convertible. 5) The Lincoln continentals. 6) Elegant spire now graces church (St. Johns, Spring...  Continue... Pp 24 1997.12.1201
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 1997 - Vol. 8 No.3   (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Legler, Dixie 2) Wright, Frank Lloyd 5) Campbell, Robert Commemorative Issue: 1) 1897 - 1997. Frank Lloyd Wright and Wisconsin. 100 Years of Built Architecture. 2) Why I love Wisconsin. 3) Timeline: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wisconsin architecture. 4) Romeo & Juliet Windmill celebrates a century: 1897-1997. 5) Taliesin. 6) Wright sites in Wisconsin (S.C. Johnson, Taliesin, German Warehouse, Unitarian Meeting House, Greek Orthodox Church). 7) Monona Terrace: Completing Wright’s Vision. 8) Timeline: Monona Terrace. 9) In...  Continue... Pp 36 1997.21.0802
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 1997 - Vol. 8 No. 4  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "House Beautiful and Frank Lloyd Wright". B) "Classic Model Homes for Popular Magazines". C) "Frank Lloyd Wright Comes to Town". D) "Taliesin Architects Design New Carpet for Gammage Auditorium". E) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin and Taliesin West" Kathryn Smith. F) Video Review: "Building Harmonies: Frank Lloyd Wright in the Southwest" KNME Public Television.  Original List Price $10.00. Pp 28 1997.30.0404
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Historic Traveler - Summer 1997 (Published six times a year by Cowles Historic Group, Inc., Leesburg, VA) Bell, Judith; Photographs Bell, T. Josef “Wright at Home. (1) Touring three residences designed by the master.”  A) Oak Park (Home and Studio),  B) Fallingwater,  C) Pope-Leighey House. 2) “The Houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, Trip Planner.”  Includes 21 photographs and three illustrated maps. Original Cover Price $3.99. 8 x 10.75. Pp 1, 50-59 1997.44.1007
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Insight - Orange County Museum of Art - Fall 1997 (Published by the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA)
Anonymous Announcement of the exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright: Designs for an American Landscape, 1922 - 1932. OCMA Newport Beach October 25 through December 28, 1997... explores five crucial, but little-known, unrealized, visionary projects by Frank Lloyd Wright that bring to life his extraordinary conception of a new American landscape. This singular exhibition features more than 150 original drawings from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and the Library of Congress, among other repositories...  Continue... Pp 1-2

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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 21 Spring 1997 (Published two times in 1997 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: De Long, James 1) Grant, Roderick 2) De Long, James 3 - 5) Reidy, Peter 6) Wolski, Mary Jane 7) Rattenbury... 1) Wright and Rand 2) The Way it Was 3) Books: Letters of Ayn Rand. Berliner, 1995. 4) From Fallingwater to The Fountainhead 5) Books: Details of Frank Lloyd Wright: The California Work, 1909-1974. Zimmerman, Dunham, 1994. 6) Chicago Opera Theater to Perform Shining Brow 7) Kay Schneider Rattenbury. Includes eleven photographs and nineteen illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 32 1997.49.0710
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 22 Summer 1997 (Published two times in 1997 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: De Long, James 1) Grant, Roderick 2) Beharka, Robert 3) Reidy, Peter 4) Quinan, Jack 5) Reidy, Peter 6) De Long... 1) Robert Beharka and the Countenance of Principle. 2) Retrospection. A Personal Recollection. 3) A Porfolio of Wright’s Farm Designs. 4) A Progress Report: The Darwin D. Martin House. 5) Books: Down to Earth: An Insider’s View of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Tomek House. Moran, 1995. 6) Grant Carpenter Manson, 1904-1997. Includes fifteen photographs and thirty-four illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 32 1997.50.0710
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Life Magazine - May 1997 Allen, Jenny The 97 Life Dream Home: Continuing the tradition of the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright, His Firm, Taliesin Architects, Designs a home for today. Pp 103-132 1997.09.0597
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Metropolitan Home - November/ December 1997 (Published by Metropolitan Home, New York) Bernstein, Fred A. The renovation of the Lykes Residence, Phoenix. "Renovating Frank Lloyd (W)right. It Took More than Slavish Historicism to Update a Phoenix Masterpiece. When Linda Melton bought this Frank Lloyd Wright house, its floors were covered in chartreuse shag: its woodwork was speckled with cigarette burns; its exterior was a shade of orange so unsubtle, ‘you could see it from the airport 12 miles away.’ Three years...  Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Lykes Residence. Pp 14, 168-177 1997.66.0715
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New York Times - July 18, 1997 Muschamp, Herbert The Designs of a Genius in the Process of Redesigning Himself. Designs for an American Landscape, Whitney Museum of American Art, through Aug. 31, 1997. Pp B1, 23 1997.26.0797
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Pacific Magazine - January 19, 1997 1) Kreisman, Lawrence
2) Kreisman, Lawrence
1) Respecting Wright. Taliesin Fellowship apprentice Milton Stricker interpreted Usonian approach for home in Seattle
2) The Wright Conservancy
1) Pp 16-18
2) Pp 18
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Preservation - September/October 1997 (Published bimonthly by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D. C.) Freeman, Allen Buehler Residence (1948 - S.309). "Wright Again. A California couple built their dream house in 1949. Half a century later, a fire took them once more down the same path. In January 1938, as the 68-year-old Frank Lloyd Wright was reviving a career wracked by a marital scandal and the Depression, Architectural Forum magazine devoted an issue to his recent designs... In 1947, when they were ready to build, they enclosed photographs of their site long with a letter to the...  Continue... Pp 68-75 1997.67.0815
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Road & Track - June 1997 Posey, Sam The Showroom That Frank Lloyd Wright Built.  When it came to a Park Avenue showplace, Hoffman turned to Frank Lloyd Wright. (See our Wright Study on the Hoffman Showroom for more information.) Pp 194 197199 1997.28.0103
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Wright Angles - Volume 23 #2 - May June July 1997 Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Robie House Grand Opening Pp 12 1997.23.0602
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Wright Angles - Volume 23 #3 - August September October 1997 Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Drawing Inspiration from Nature Pp 12 1997.24.0602
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Wright Angles - Volume 23 #4 - November December January 1997-1998 (Misprint - Volume 24) Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation Annual Report 1997 Pp 20 1997.25.0602
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Architectural Digest - April 1998 Newhouse, Victoria Joel Silver, The Producer’s Frank Lloyd Wright House in LA (Storer House) Pp 278-87, 315 1998.10.0701
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Architectural Record - March 1998 (Published monthly by McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York) 1) Russell, James S. 2) Dillon, David 1) "Project Diary: One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s great visions, Monona Terrace, is transformed and opens after 59 tumultuous years. Wright is not the first to recognize the site’s potential, but its promise has provided difficult to realize. Monona Avenue ends ignominiously at the top of a 60-foot-high bluff... Madison and Wright kept coming back to each other because each hoped that a kind of transcendent greatness could be achieved." 2) "Is this Monona Terrace really Wright...  Continue... Pp 88-93, 94-101 1998.76.0715
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Automobile Magazine - Special Issue 1998 (This Supplement to Automobile Magazine is Published by K-III Magazine Corporation, New York) Jordan, Michael; Photography by Goddard, Martln Great Drives. "Midwestern Suburbia, The Wright Way. Oak Park, Illinois to Spring Green, Wisconsin: Frank Lloyd Wright’s prairie houses, viewed from a Chrysler Town & Country LXi... Wright is often remembered for the exterior style of his houses, but it is the interior spaces... that have had the most lasting impact on the architecture of American suburbia." Includes 16 photographs and one illustration, as well as a driving "map" and stops of interest on the drive. 8 x 10.75. Pp 4, 20-27 1998.64.0910
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Automobile Quarterly - December 1998 (Published quarterly by Automobile Quarterly, Inc., a subsidiary of the Kutztown Publishing Company, Inc., Kutztown, PA) Wells, Stuart W. "Frank Lloyd Wright. ‘Auto-mobility.’ Controversial, brilliant, flamboyant - the always intriguing Mr. Wright vigorously addressed the design problems of mobility and the automobile." Includes twenty 14 photographs and 19 illustrations, related to Broadacre City, Robie House, Wright’s cars, Gordon Strong, Johnson Was, Lindholm, Cloverleaf, Adelman, Westmore, Hoffman, Baghdad Opera, and Wright’s Road Machine. Original single copy price $25.95. 10.5 x 8.6 Pp 30-41 1998.74.0914
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 7 Issue #1 - February 1998 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Pickrel, Debra 1 & 2) Bromley, Judith 2) Bromley & Garella, Serafino 4) King, R. J. 5) Carr, Christopher... 1) The Restoration of Heller House: A Labor of Love and Discovery   2) Heller House Reunion: A Centennial Celebration   3) Hanna House Restoration Update: Phase One Complete   4) Melvyn Maxwell and Sara Smith Foundation Formed 5) Celebration of Organic Architecture at Taliesin West   6) Documenting your Frank Lloyd Wright House   7) Law Review: Gifting Property for Preservation: Secrecy Breeds Controversy, Part 1  8) Book Review   9) Wright on the Market. Includes 26 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 1998.78.1215
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Vol 7 #2 (Published Quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy) 1) Milwaukee Journal Sentinel   2) Gragg, Randy   3) Book, Carl E. 4) Pickrel, Debra 6) Guarino, Jean Louis   7) Morosco,... 1) “Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church’s Design Integrity Challenged.”   2) “The Expulsion of Frank Lloyd Wright.” Gordon House   3)”Preservation of Marin County Civic Center of Concern to Local Residents.” 4) “Key Preservation Initiatives Passed at Los Angeles Board Retreat.”   5) “The Genesis of Genius: Frank Lloyd Wright and His Vision for the American Prairie.”   6) “Heurtley House Restoration Featured in Wright Plus Housewalk.”    7) “Just Ask Jerry.”   8) “Giftingh...  Continue... Pp 32 1998.49.0606
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 7 Issue #3 - Summer 1998 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Pickrel, Debra  1) Briggs, Sara-Ann  2 &3) Gayou, Gheda 4) McCoy, Robert  5) Olds, Walter & Alward, Keith R.  6) Gold... Woodin...

1) Storm Fells Historic Oak, Damaging Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin   2) Samuel Freeman House Still Pending   3) Graycliff Still Threatened With Development   4) Bright Future in Sight for Iowa’s Endangered Wright Properties (Park Inn & City Bank)   5) Wright Reborn - Reconstruction of Buehler House   6) Kress Conservation Fellow to Treat Wright Furniture   7) Wright Homeowners Honored with Preservation Award   8) Leaks in Radiant Heating Systems...  Continue...

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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 7 Issue #4 - Fall 1998 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor & 1) Pickrel, Debra
2) Briggs, Sara-Ann
3) Waggoner, Lynda
1) Conservancy Explores Wright’s Vision for the American Prairie at Chicago Conference (Ken Burns)    2) 1998 Wright Spirit Awards    3) 1977 Annual Report    4) At The Properties    5) Wright on the Market Includes 30 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 1998.80.1215
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Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation 1997 Annual Report (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1, 2) Muller, H. Nicholas   3) Casey, Thomas E.  4) Mims, William E.  5) Dawsari, Elizabeth   6) Lucas, Suzette 7) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks... 1) Richard E. Carney 1923 - 1998 2) A letter from the President /CEO   3) Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture   4) Taliesin Architects   5) William Wesley Peters Library   6) Public Access   7) The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives 8) Taliesin Preservation Commission   9) Education Outreach Program   10) Development. Includes 37 photos and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 32 1998.47.0406
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 1998 Vol. 9 No. 1 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 3) Frank Lloyd Wright: 1949   4) Masselink, Ben 1) “Frank Lloyd Wright and Arizona”   2) “Living in the Dessert.”   3) “We Found Paradise.”   4) “Cross Country Caravan.”   5) “Arizona Buildings Inspired by the Desert.” A list and description of 14 buildings. 6) “The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation at Taliesin West.”  Original cover price $10.00. 8.5 x 11. Pp 32 1998.50.0706
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1998  Vol. 9 No. 2  (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette;  Associate Editor: Morris, Patrick 1) “Architecture and Music”  2) “Eye Music”  3) “Daily Rhythms”  4) “Day by Day”  5) “The (Almost) Kidnapped Piano”  6) “Musical Sites; Midway Gardens; Imperial Hotel Theater; Anne Pfeiffer Chapel; Cabaret Theater; Hillside Theater; Kalita Humphreys Theater; Music and Dance Pavilion; Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium”  7) “Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News”  8) “Taliesin Architects, LTD”  9) “Books”  10) “In Brief” Includes 62 photographs and three illustrations.  8.5 x 11. Pp 32 1998.59.0307
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 1998 Vol. 9 No. 3 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Associate Editor: Hart, Beverly 2) Aitken, Donald, Ph.D. 3) Sidy, Victor
6) Eisenberg, Marilyn
1) Architecture and Light. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright: Daylighting Master 3) Taliesin West Apprentice Shelters: Lessons from the Dessert. 4) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News. 5) Books, Etc. 6) Taliesin Architects and Daylighting in Current Projects 7) Decorative Designs for Lighting Includes 56 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 32 1998.82.0416
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Inside Taliesin - January/February 1998 Vol 2 No 1 (Published by The Taliesin Preservation, Inc., Spring Green, Wisc.) 2) Aulik, Juli 1) TPC Receives Jeffris Family Foundation Grant for Tan-y-deri.  2) A Message from the Director.  3) Kathryn Smith autographs books in Madison. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin and Taliesin West.  4) Winter Work at Taliesin. Includes 6 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 4 1998.99.0618
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Inside Taliesin - July/August 1998 Vol 2 No 4 (Published by The Taliesin Preservation, Inc., Spring Green, Wisc.) 3) Aulik, Juli 4) Cors, Mark 1) Concentrated maintenance makes mark at Taliesin: Expands to Hillside.  2) Barrel Chair Restoration.  3) A Message from the Director.  4) Accessible Architecture: A Volunteer’s Story.  5) Taliesin Studio Damage Assessment: An Overview. (Studio damaged by tree.) Includes 6 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 4 1998.100.0618
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 23 Summer 1998 (Published one time in 1998 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: De Long, James  1) Kronick, Richard L.  2) Schmidt, Marlene  3) Grant, Roderick 4) Waters, Katrina K.... 1) "The Pencil in Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hand." An interview of Howe, June 4, 1987. 2) To our Architect John Henry Howe, a small belated note of gratitude in appreciation of his elegantly eloquent life. 3) Books: Unity Temple: Frank Lloyd Wright and Architecture for Liberal Religion. 4) Elizabeth Bauer Kassler, 1904-1998. 5) Richard E. Carney, 1923-1998. Number of copies printed: 1,000. Includes eleven photographs and seven illustrations. Original List Price $50.00. 8.5 x 11. Two copies, One copy gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 32 1998.45.0902 1998.62.0710
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Phoenix - December 1998 (Published monthly by MAC America Communications, Inc. Phoenix) 1 & 2) Aleshire, Peter 3) Wright, Frank Lloyd 1) "The Wright Way. For six decades Taliesin West in Scottsdale had followed visionary founders Olgivanna and Frank Lloyd Wright, preaching their principles of organic architecture – and of life... Just stand anywhere at Taliesin West and let your eye shift back and forth from the line of the roof to the ridge of the McDowells, from the spines of a cholla the detailing... And if, after seeing all of that, you still do not believe in beauty, then you just weren’t paying attention." 2)...  Continue... Pp 56-67 68-71 152 1998.77.0715
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Sources & Design - Spring 1998 (Offprint) Trulsson, Nora Burba "Taliesin Architects. The year was 1959. Frank Lloyd Wright, in his 92nd year, passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix. As befitting the man the world has come to know as the greatest architect of the 20th century, Wright was creating right until the end. He left behind some 85 projects in various stages of completion, including Grady Gammage Auditorium in Tempe and the Marin County Civic Center in California..." Includes an image of Monona Terrace...  Continue... Pp 4 1998.84.0616
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Style 1900: The Quarterly Journal of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Summer/Fall 1998 (Published quarterly by Style 1900, Lambertville, NJ) 1) Anonymous 2) Maher,
Virginia Jones
1) Events: “Frank Lloyd Wright & the Prairie School.” A) “Third Annual Prairie Arts & Crafts Conference.” Sept 18-20, 1998, Millikin University, Decatur Illinois.  Lectures on Wright and Bock. Includes one photograph.  B) “All Wright: The Dana-Thomas House.” Exhibit from Sept 24 to Jan 31, 1999.  Over 100 original pieces of furniture and 450 art glass windows, doors and light fixtures design by Wright.  2) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Vision. A Bridge from the Arts & Crafts...  Continue... Pp 11, 52-7 1998.51.0806
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Traditional Home - September 1998 Nusbaum, Eliot America’s 20th Century Architectural Tradition. Stephen Dulls Home in Atlanta GA, Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Student. Pp148-57 184 1998.13.1201
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Traditional Home - November 1998 Riha, John Everlasting Wright. Each building created by the maestro of American architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright, was an opportunity to orchestrate a symphony of interior details. Pp74-80 226 1998.14.1201
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Vanity Fair - November 1998 Ken Burns The Master Builder Pp 54, 302 - 318 1998.01.0599
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Wright Angles - February March April 1998 Volume 24 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk  1) Martone, Fran 1) The Atelier of Frank Lloyd Wright.  2) News in Brief.  3) Public Programs. Lecture Series.  4) Wright Merchandise. "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie."  5) Robie House. Includes 6 photographs and illustrations. One copy bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1998.22.0602 1998.88.0117
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Wright Angles - May June July 1998 Volume 24 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Melanie Birk  1) Martone, Fran 1) Commemorating Marion Mahony Griffin.  2) Lectures Workshops.  3) Wright Excursions.  4) Wright Japan.  5) Foundation News. Includes 9 photographs and illustrations. One copy bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1998.23.0602 1998.89.0117
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Wright Angles - August September October 1998 Volume 24 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  1) Socki, Joseph Newsletter for Foundation members which includes personal information, stories and photographs concerning staff and internal events. 1) News. 2) "Getting Ready for Easter." 3) "Learning the Wright Way. The memories and comments of a working contractor on the Lowell Walters home, ‘Cedar Rock’." 4) Taliesin West Schedule (April Calendar). One copy bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5. Pp 12 1998.24.0602 1998.90.0117
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Wright Angles - November December January 1998/1999 Volume 24 #4 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  2) Wetherald, Robert; Mercuri, Joan B. 1) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Modernism.  2) Robie House.  3) Public Programs.  4) Wright Merchandise. "Frank Lloyd Wright" by Ken Burns. Includes 7 photographs and illustrations. One copy bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 1998.25.0602 1998.91.0117
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The Whirling Arrow - April 12, 1998 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Edited by Diem, Carpe; 3) Martin, James T. Sr. 1998 Annual Report.  1) Mission.  2) Year in Review.  3) Public Programs.  4) External Relations  5) Collections and Research Center.  6) Merchandise.  7) Preservation.  8) Volunteers.  9) Financial Review. Includes 19 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 11 Pp 16 1998.32.0205
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The Whirling Arrow - October 18, 1998 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Edited by Diem, Carpe 1) News. 2) "Another Glimpse into earlier days" (Photo of Wright). 3) "News from the Northland." 4) The Coyate. 5) Taliesin West Schedule (October Calendar). 8.5 x 11. Pp 16 1998.33.0205
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The Whirling Arrow - November 1, 1998 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Edited by Diem, Carpe 1) News. 2) "Burns Dinner and Treasure Hunt". 3) "Civet Cat." 4) Taliesin West Schedule (November Calendar). 8.5 x 11. Pp 16 1998.34.0205
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The Whirling Arrow - November 22, 1998 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Edited by Diem, Carpe 1) News. 2) "Another Glimpse into earlier days". 3) Taliesin West Schedule (November Calendar). 8.5 x 11. Pp 12 1998.35.0205
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The Whirling Arrow - November 29, 1998 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Edited by Diem, Carpe 1) News. 2) Taliesin West Schedule (December Calendar). 8.5 x 11. Pp 12 1998.36.0205
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The Whirling Arrow - December 6, 1998 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Edited by Diem, Carpe; 2) Allison, Bruce 1) News. 2) Fax from Bruce Allison. 3) "Another Glimpse into earlier days". 4) Services for Eileen "Lee" Schmitz. 5) Taliesin West Schedule (December Calendar). 8.5 x 11. Pp 12 1998.37.0205
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The Whirling Arrow - December 13, 1998 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Edited by Diem, Carpe 1) News. 2) "Another Glimpse into earlier days" (Photo Taliesin West 1949). 5) Taliesin West Schedule (December Calendar). 8.5 x 11. Pp 8 1998.38.0205
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Architectural Digest - April 1999 Anonymous  100 Years of Design Pp Cover 277 282 284 298-9 319 323 458 467 1999.10.0601
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Architectural Digest - May 1999 1) Heines, Thomas S.

2) Annon

1) Related: Rebuilding a Lloyd Wright Jewel

2) Frank Lloyd Wright: Gillin House for Sale

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Art News - May 1999 (Published by ARTnews L.L.C., New York) Kahn, Eve M. "The Century’s 25 Most Influential Artist. Caped Crusader." Wright listed as one of 25. Original List Price $6.00. 8.25 x 10.75. Pp Cover, 152 1999.41.0205
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Autograph Collector - July 1999 (Published monthly by Odyssey Publication, Corona, CA) Lutz, Stuart "The Writings of Frank Lloyd Wright. Most people would have difficulty naming one American painter who stands out above all the others. When it comes to naming the greatest American writer, the public would probably choose between the likes of Mark Twain, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway and Walt Whitman. But only one man is synonymous with American architecture. His name is Frank Lloyd Wright." Includes a biography and information concerning items signed...  Continue... Pp 28-32 1999.60.0709
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 8 Issue #1 - Winter 1998-99 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Pickrel, Debra  1) Gayou, Gheda 2) Rosenbaum, Alvin   3) Mack, Robert C.  4) Nagel, Stefan

1) Graycliff Restoration Ensured    2) Stanley and Mildred Rosenbaum House to Undergo Restoration   3) Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Brick Buildings   4) Law Review: Local and State Tax Relief for the Rehabilitation of Frank Lloyd Wright residences   5) Wright Events   6) At The Properties 7) Wright on the Market.   Includes 29 photographs. 8.5 x 11

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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 8 Issue #2 - Spring 1999 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Pickrel, Debra 1) Fields, Jeanette 2) Briggs, Sara-Ann B. 3) Waggoner, Lynda 5) Coney, William B. 6) Nagel... 1) The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy – Celebrating Ten Years of Success. 2) Conservancy Announces 1999 Conference 3) 1998 Annual Report 4) Obituary: Gertrude E. Mossberg. 5) Homeowners’ Forum: Preservation of Historic Concrete: Problems and General Approaches. 6) Law Review: Preservation Easements That Don’t Meet Tax Code Rulkes. 7) Wright Events. 8) At the Properties. 9) Wright on the Market. Includes 31 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 1999.93.0417
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 8 Issue #2 - Summer 1999 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Pickrel, Debra 1) Guh, Jeff 2) Lalo, Julie 3) Briggs, Sara-Ann B. 4) Gosling, David 6) Bischoff, Judith J.; Meyer, Amy; Wiedemer.. 1) Structural Stabilization of the Samuel Freeman House. 2) Preservation Alert Update. Fallingwater. 3) The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy – Ten Years of Saving Wright. 4) The Restoration of the Cedric G. And Patricia Neils Boulter House. 5) From the Conservancy. 6) Homeowner’s Forum: Color and Materials Analysis of Original Plaster Finishes in the George Barton House, Buffalo, New York. 7) Law Review: Monitoring and Enforcement Funds for Preservation Easements...  Continue... Pp 24 1999.94.0417
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Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 8 Issue #4 - Fall 1999 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Pickrel, Debra  1) Pillow, Joyce; with Briggs, Sara-Ann 1) New Nominations – The George and Clifton Lewis House (1952)   2) At The Properties   3) Wright Events   4) Wright on the Market.  Includes 19 photographs and Illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 12 1999.77.1215
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Chicago Homes & Garden - Summer 1999

Wilson, Ann Prairie Born. A tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright’s artistry graces the woods of Hampshire. A home designed in the Wright Prairie style. 8x 10.75. Pp 95-105 1999.40.0105
1999
Echoes - Winter 1999 (Published quarterly by Deco Echoes Inc., Cummaquid, MA) 1) Grassel, Robert 1) Wright for rent? Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Seth Peterson Cottage is the only home by the renowned architect which is available for rent to the general public. Over the years I've made pilgrimages to Frank Lloyd Wright creations, happy to admire...

Pp 11-13

 

1999.99.1018
2) Anonymous 2) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright. By Naomi Stungo. This small-format book explores Wright’s use of recurring elemental themes and materials with the development of open-plan layouts and geometric lines. 50 color illustrations, 80...  Continue... Pp 94
1999 
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 1999 - Vol. 10 No. 1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "The Nature of the Site". B) "Frank Lloyd Wright & the Sea". C) Book Review: "Notes on John Marin and Frank Lloyd Wright", Jim Davis. D) "A Puget Sound Home Wedded to Its Site".   Original List Price $10.00. Pp 24 1999.37.0404
1999

Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 1999 Vol. 10 No. 2 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Associate Editor: Arnold, Stephanie 2) Cleary, Richard 3) Rosenblum, Charles
4) Eisenberg, Marilyn
1) Merchant Prince and Master Builder: Edgar J. Kaufmann and Frank Lloyd Wright (Exhibition). 2) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Kaufmanns of Pittsburgh. 3) Precedent and Principle: The Pennsylvania Architecture of Peter Berndtdon and Cornelia Brierly. 4) Taliesin Architects to Showcase New Works (Exhibition) 5) Taliesin Apprentices: Seven Decades of Organic Architecture (Exhibition). 6) A Taliesin Legacy in the Allied Arts: The Work of Val M. Cox...  Continue... Pp 32 1999.79.0416
1999
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer1999 Vol. 10 No. 3 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Associate Editor: Stephanie Arnold   4) Eisenberg, Marilyn 1) The Quest for the Best: Includes the results from the 1956 Architectural Record Survey of Buildings; 1959 American Institute of Architects list; 1991 Architectural Record Survey.  2) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News.  3) In Brief.  4) Taliesin Architects Opens New Valley Office in Scottsdale.  5) Books.  6) Frank Lloyd Wright and Colleagues: Indiana Works. Includes 41 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 32 1999.92.0417
1999
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 1999 Vol. 10 No. 4 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Associate Editor: Bitenc, Dan 2) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks 4) Puttnam, Tony 5) Eisenberg, Marilyn 1) Frank Lloyd Wright in Arizona 2) The Lure of the Dessert 3) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Designs for Arizona 4) Taliesin West: An Interpretation, A New Architecture on a New Land 5) Taliesin Architects, Ltd. Religious Buildings in Arizona Designed by Taliesin Architects. 6) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News 7) In Brief 8) Books. Includes 61 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 32 1999.80.0416
1999 
Garden Design - October 1999 1) Kalins, Dorothy
2) Goldberger, Paul
3) Helms, Carol
1) From the Editor: Primal Connections
2) Frank Lloyd Wright and the roots of Prairie Style
3) Prairie Style Comes Home. Article on Wright reproductions.
1) Pp 12, 14
2) 12, 76-83, 118
3) 12, 84-8, 118
1999.20.0302 1999.21.0302 1999.22.0302
1999 
Graycliff Conservancy, Inc. Newsletter - 2nd Edition 1999 (Published by the Graycliff Conservancy, Inc., Amherst, NY) Editor: Bronnenkant, Carol 1) “The Baird Foundation will back acquisition of Graycliff Estate.” 2) “1998 - A Tremendous Year for the Conservancy.” 3) “Wright By Design - Decorative Design Show.” 4) “Tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s Graycliff.” Includes 12 photos and one illustration. Original cover price $8.75. 8.5 x 11. Pp 4 1999.46.0606
1999
Inside Taliesin - January/February 1999 Vol 3 No 1 (Published by The Taliesin Preservation, Inc., Spring Green, Wisc.) 3) Aulik, Juli 1) Volunteer scholar advances Taliesin Construction research. 2) Trees for Taliesin. New focus on Sustainable Woods. 3) A Message from the Director. 4) 1999 Tour season overview and highlights. 5) Studio/Office Restoration Project Update. Includes 6 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 4 1999.97.0618
1999
Inside Taliesin - (Fall) 1999 (Published by The Taliesin Preservation, Inc., Spring Green, Wisc.) Aulik, Juli 1) Taliesin Awarded $1.14 Million Grant. 2) Hanley-Wood Launches $25 Million Restoration Project. 2) A Message from the Director. 3) In the Bookstore. 4) Project Update: Repairing the Tea Circle Oak Damage. 5) Kids’ Day at Taliesin: Building on the Fun of Leaning. 6) Photography Exhibit at Visitors Center. 7) Meet Taliesin’s Summer Interns. 8) Taliesin Receives Landscape Award. Includes 8 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 1999.98.0618
1999 
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 24 Spring 1999 (Published two time in 1999 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: De Long, James  1) Memin, Frances 2) Erickson, Don  4) Grant, Roderick  5) Carleton, Gwen 6) Cusack, Victor A... 1) Trees For Taliesin. 2) No, Don... Don’t So It. 3) Don Erickson: The Work. 4) Books: Frank Lloyd Wright and Midway Gardens. Kruty. 5) Herbert Fritz Jr., 1915 - 1998. 6) Jim Charlton, 1919-1998. 7) A Life. Jim Charlton brief Autobiography. Includes thirteen photographs and nine illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 20 1999.62.0710
1999 
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 25 Fall 1999 (Published two time in 1999 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: De Long, James  1) Beeby, Tom 1) Emerson, Wright and Unity Temple. Includes four photographs and three illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 16 1999.63.0710
1999 
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - 3/6/99 Kirkland, Kevin Wright’s luxury apartment plan coming to life for 10 days only at Home Show.  Construction of an apartment from the Point View Residences designed for Edgar Kaufmann Sr. in 1953, but never built. Pp D 1, 6 1999.17.0102
1999 
Style 1900: The Quarterly Journal of the Arts & Crafts Movement - Summer/Fall 1999 (Published quarterly by Style 1900, Lambertville, NJ) 1) Anonymous 2) Northup, Dale 1) Events: “Frank Lloyd Wright: Windows of the Darwin D. Martin House.”  70 art glass windows, doors and skylights design by Wright. Burchfield Penney Art Center, Buffalo, NY. Through Nov. 28, 1999.  2) “The Prairie Style of Frank Lloyd Wright in Michigan.”  Includes five photographs and four illustrations.  Original cover price $6.95.  8.5 x 11. Pp 5 54-9 1999.48.0806
1999 
Traditional Home - Holiday 1999 Bulova Clocks Full Page Bulova Clock Ad for the Willits Mantel Clock Pp 20 1999.18.1199
1999
Western New York Heritage - Spring 1999 (Published by the Western New York Heritage Institute, Cheektowaga, New York) Mahoney, Patrick J. "Frank Lloyd Wright Unexecuted Designs for Western New York. Frank Lloyd Wright was no stranger to Western New York and Southern Ontario. The designs he brought to fruition in this region formed a substantial body of work referred to as ‘The Buffalo Venture’ by the early Wright biographer Grant Manson. Other designs, never realized, form an even more diverse series of projects illustrating the renowned architect’s continue involvement...  Continue... Pp Cover 26-43 1999.82.0616
1999 
Wright Angles - February March April 1999 Volume 25 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) Questions of Restoration: A Plan for the Robie House.  2) Robie House. A glimpse of Pre-restoration Work at the Robie House.  3) Foundation News.  4) Public Programs.  5) Wright Merchandise. "In Wright’s Shadow: Artists and Architects at the Oak Park Studio." Includes 8 photographs and illustrations. One copy bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1999.32.0602 1999.88.0117
1999 
Wright Angles - May June July 1999 Volume 25 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  1) Bellmore, Audra 1) A 25-year Legacy.  2) Public Programs.  3) Foundation News.  4) Wright Merchandise. A tradition of Supporting Education through Sales. Includes 9 photographs and illustrations. One copy bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1999.33.0602 1999.89.0117
1999
Wright Angles - August September October 1999 Volume 25 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  1) Woodhill, John R. 1) Rethinking the Importance of the Robie House.  2) Public Programs.  3) Wright Merchandise. Third Generation Boulders. Includes 7 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 1999.90.0117
1999
Wright Angles - November December January 1999/2000 Volume 25 #4 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  2) Wetherald, Robert; Mercuri, Joan B. 1999 Annual Report. 1) Mission.  2) Year in Review.  3) 25 Year Volunteers. Donald Kalec. John G. Thorpe. Lyman Shepard. Jack Lesniak  4) Public Programs.  5) Volunteers.  6) Restoration and Preservation.  7) Merchandise.  8) Financial Review. Includes 37 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 11 x 8.5 Pp 20 1999.91.0117
 
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