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2000  Art & Antiques - March 2000 Anonymous Top Treasures of the Century; Arch: Robie House, Fallingwater, Furniture: Willitts House Pp 89, 90 118 2000.06.0801
2000
Attache - April 2000 (Published monthly by Pace Communications, Greensboro, NC) Sertl, William "A River Runs Through It. Is Fallingwater the pinnacle of twentieth-century American architecture? The house’s most striking features, the great cantilevered balconies that jut out over the water, appear like natural formations in the rocks themselves... Would Fallingwater be a flop were it built today? In an era whose mantra insists that bigger is better, Wright’s masterpiece remains unapologetically small. Includes ten photographs by Paul Rocheleau. Original single issue price $7.50. 8 x 10.9 Pp 46-53 2000.71.0715
2000
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 10 Issue #1 - Winter 2000 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Pickrel, Debra   1) Briggs, Sara-Ann   2) Pickrel, Debra
3) Quigley, Tim 5) Penfield, Paul 6) Welsh, Frank S. 7) Arkin, Fred 8) Nagel, Stefan
1) Wynant House Removed from List – Saved by Not-for-Profit Group   2) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Desert Legacy: The 1999 Annual Conference   3) "Broadacre City and Beyond: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Vision for Usonia"   4) Book Review   5) Paul Penfield repairs the roof of Penfield House   6) Frank Lloyd Wright Use of Wax at Wingspread   7) Insurance Protection for your Home   8) Law Review: Benchmark Conservation Easement Enforcement Case   9) Wright Events   10) At The Properties   11) Wright on the Market.   Includes 41 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 2000.73.1215
2000
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 10 Issue #2 - Spring 2000 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor & 1) Pickrel, Debra  2) McCoy, Robert
3) Briggs, Sara-Ann   4) Nagel, Stefan
1) Conservancy Delegation Visits Japan to Promote Preservation   2) The Plight of the Park Inn Hotel (1911) Mason City, IA   3) Rosenbaum House Restoration Begins   4) Law Review: Preservation Easements and the Mortgage Subordination Requirement   5) Wright Events   6) At The Properties   7) Wright on the Market.   Includes 37 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 2000.74.1215
2000
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 10 Issue #3 - Fall 2000 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Pickrel, Debra 1&2) Briggs, Sara-Ann
3) Waggoner, Lynda S. 4) Morava, Peter
5) Nagel, Stefan
1) American Systems Built Home Discovered - More Are Under Investigation   2) Wright’s West Coast Office Dismantled   3) 1999 Annual Report   4) An Insider’s View on Art Glass   5) Law Review: Gifts of Securities   6) Wright Events   7) At The Properties   8) Wright on the Market.   Includes 24 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 2000.75.1215
2000  Chicago Sun Times - March 30, 2000 Sadovi, Carlos Home restored to Wright-ful appearance. Restoration of the Arthur Heurtley House. Pg 16 2000.17.0300
2000  eklektikos - Winter 2000 (Published by the University of Utah, School of Medicine, Student Magazine) Thackeray, Elizabeth Merrill "A Canyon Creation of Frank Lloyd Wright... While the rest of us put up walls because everyone knows they must be there, Wright’s walls define or hint at something beyond. His placement of walls, or lack thereof, in the Stromquist House draws the outdoors in." Includes two photographs. 8.5 x 11. (Digital and printed version) (See our Wright Study on the Stromquist Residence) Pp 22 2000.59.0310
2000  Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation 1999 Annual Report Pp 24 2000.11.0102
2000
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2000 Vol. 11 No. 1 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Associate Editor: Bitenc, Dan 2) Smith, Kathryn 2a-h) Dyson, Arthur; Riley, Terence; Mins, William E.; McCarter... 1) What will be Wight’s Legacy for the 21st Century? 2) Frank Lloyd Wright in a Changing World 2a-h) Frank Lloyd Wright, A Legacy for the 21st Century
3) Taliesin Architects, Ltd., Taliesin Architects Designs Affordable Housing for the New Millennium
4) News 5) In Brief 6) Books. Includes 39 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11.
Pp 32 2000.76.0416
2000  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2000 - Vol. 11 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Assist Edit: Bitenc, Dan  2) Berndtson, Indira 1) The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. 2) Remembering Frank Lloyd Wright (Wingspread, McCartney, Willey, Blair, Sander, Stromquist, Shavin, Tracy, Albin). 3) News: Foundation names new board members. 4) Martin House windows exhibit opens in Washington D.C. 5) Books: "Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesin", "Guggenheim, New York". 6) Taliesin Architects design Lakeside country house. Includes 51 illustrations and photographs. 8.5 x 11. Pp 32 2000.12.0102
2000  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2000 - Vol. 11 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Assist Edit: Bitenc, Dan   2) Spirn, Anne Whiston 1) Introduction. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect of landscapes (Taliesin S.G.). 3) News: A: High school students explore architecture at Taliesin. B: Frank Lloyd Wright Archivist Honored (Indira Berndtson). 4: Books: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s House on Kentuck Knob", "50 Favorite Houses", "Frank Lloyd Wright, A Visual Encyclopedia". 5) Taliesin Architects: John Rattenbury designs home in Las Vegas. Includes 44 illustrations and photographs. 8.5 x 11. Pp 32 2000.13.0102
2000  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2000 - Vol. 11 No. 4  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Assist Edit: Bitenc, Dan 2) Spirn, Anne Whiston
4) Cornette, Chad
1) Annual Treasure Hunt set for October 28. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect of landscapes (Taliesin West, San Marcos-in-the-Desert, Taliesin S.G.). 3) Books: "A Living Architecture", "Fallingwater and Pittsburgh", "Frank Lloyd Wright’s House Beautiful", "Guide to Oak Park’s Frank Lloyd Wright and Prairie School Historic District", "Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly", "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Stained Glass and Light Screen’s". 4) Ironwood - An Apprentice Shelter. Includes 49 illustrations... Continue... Pp 30 2000.08.0201 2000.08.0201
2000  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2001 - Vol. 12 No. 1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Assist Edit: Bitenc, Dan 3) Green, Aaron 4) Rott, Peter R. Wright’s Organic Architecture. 1) Defining Organic Architecture.  2) A point of interest (Wright’s signature red tile).  3) Organic Architecture: The principles of Frank Lloyd Wright (Zimmerman, Taliesin West, S.F. Field Office, Marin County Civic Center, S.C. Johnson, Larkin, Guggenheim, Wingspread, Willits, Broadacre City, Lovness)  4) Taliesin Architects: Finding new solutions for organic designs.  5) News: A: Foundation receives major gift to restore the Wright’s Private Rooms. B: Cornelia... Continue... Pp 30 2000.09.0201 2000.09.0102 2000.09.0502
2000 

Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2001 - Vol. 12 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "Hillside: Where The Past and Future Meet". B) "Box Projects: Integrating Tradition". C) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright and The Art of Japan: The Architect’s Other Passion", Julia Meech. D) Book Review: "Building a Legacy: The Restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park Studio", Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust. E) Book Review: "The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright", Thomas A. Heinz. E) Book Review: "Wright For Wright", Hugh Howard.  Original List Price $10.00. Pp 32 2000.25.0404
2000  Highroads - March/April 2000 Pfeiffer, Lori Taliesin West: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Desert Dream Pp 28-9 2000.16.0302
2000
Inside Taliesin - Winter 2000 (Published by The Taliesin Preservation, Inc., Spring Green, Wisc.) Aulik, Juli 1) Support from Charter Communication 2) A Message from the Executive Director. 3) Critical Engineering Work begun on Mudslide. 4) Carol McChesney Johnson joins staff. 5) Membership and Donations help Taliesin. 6) Trees for Taliesin Program Growing. 7) Taliesin. Tour offerings for the year 2000. 8) Volunteers help preservation efforts at Taliesin. Includes 4 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 2000.88.0618
2000  Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 26 Summer 2000 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles) Editor: Keledjian, Chris 1) Geiger, John; Hutt, Dana  2) Reed, O.P.; Masselink, Gene  3) Hammons, Mark... 1) Introduction: Eugene "Gene" Masselink. 2) 1910 1962, Masselink. 3) Dyson. The Architecture of Arthur Dyson. 4) Reviews: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship. Marty. 5) In Memory. John Hemingway Benton. 6) Curtis Wray Besinger 1914-1999. Includes thirty-two photographs and five illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. 9 x 10.25. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 30 2000.61.0710
2000  Seattle Times - January 16, 2000 Church, Foster On the Wright Road. A Frank Lloyd Wright Architectural Fan Trip.  (Two Copies.) Pp K 1-3 2000.19.1000 2000.20.1000
2000  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #1 October 5, 2000 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, Bill  3) Nisbet, Earl  4) Tekker, Archie  5) Wright, Eric Lloyd  6) Keding, Richard 8) Stricker, Milton... 1) Taliesin Fellows Present the Newsletter.  2) NorCal Fellows Celebrate FLLW Birthday  3) A Taliesin Reflection 4) Bits and pieces...  5) The Studio of Eric Lloyd Wright 6) FLLW and Cyberspace  7) The Hanna Restoration  8) Organic Design Through the Abstraction of Nature  9) Frank Lloyd Wright in the Valley of the Sun  10) To the Loyal Defenders of Frank Lloyd Wright & Organic Architecture  11) The Origin of the Taliesin Fellows. Includes 11 photographs and eight illustration. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 14 2000.62.0710
2000  Utah Preservation - 2000 Vol. 4 (Published annually by Fyve*Star, Inc. in partnership with the Utah State Historical Society / Utah State Historic Preservation Office) Stromquist, Donald M. & Jane Layton "You can go home again. Stromquist’s Frank Lloyd Wright House." "The history of our Frank Lloyd Wright house has been well documented, but our leaving it and our subsequent return have not... Our house surely features unity and simplicity in he true Wrightian way. Its unity is established by a basic unit - a diamond module - and everything in the house’s design proliferates from this module." Includes nine photographs... Continue...  (See our Wright Study on the Stromquist Residence) Pp 2, 80-84 2000.58.0715
2000  Woodworker’s Journal - June 2000 McGlynn, Mike "Wright Inspired Stools". Inspired by the Master of the Prairie School, These Chairs are Stylish, Strong and Designed to Last. Adapted from the Husser house (1899) chairs. Includes eight page blue prints. Pp 4, 32-46 2000.27.0804
2000
Wright Angles - February March April 2000 Volume 26 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) An Interview with Eric Lloyd Wright.  2) Foundation News. Robie House is Designated a Save America’s Treasures Project. Preservation Fund Established for the Home and Studio.  3) Public Programs.  4) Wright Merchandise. 50 Favorite Houses. Includes 6 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 2000.79.0117
2000  Wright Angles - May June July 2000 Volume 26 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Lewis, Darcy; Weil, Zarine  1) Bishop, Carol 1) An Artist Looks at Frank Lloyd Wright: Dialogues on the Romantic Spirit.  2) Foundation News. Foundation Announces New Name. The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust.  3) Public Programs.  4) Wright Merchandise. Three new ties. Includes 9 photographs and illustrations. One copy bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 2000.40.0107 2000.80.0117
2000
Wright Angles - August September October 2000 Volume 26 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundation, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Lewis, Darcy; Weil, Zarine  1) Fitchett, Sarah 1) Drawing on the Past: Recreating Wright’s Working Environment..  2) Foundation News. The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust: Our Legacy Continues.  3) Public Programs.  4) Wright Merchandise. New Guidebook to Oak Park’s Frank Lloyd Wright and Prairie School District.. Includes 6 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 2000.81.0117
2000
Wright Angles - November December January 2000/2001 Volume 26 #4 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  2) Wetherald, Robert; Mercuri, Joan B. Special Issue: 2000 Annual Report. Two Historic Sites. One Organization.  1) Mission.  2) Year in Review.  3) Public Programs.  4) Collections and Research Center.  5) Restoration and Preservation.  6) Merchandise.  7) Marketing , Public Relations and Publications.  8) Volunteers.  9) Membership and Development.  10) Board of Directors. Includes 27 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 11 x 8.5 Pp 20 2000.82.0117
2001
2001  Antiques - April 2001 Sloan, Julie L. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Light Screens: The influence of Japan Pp 628-35 2001.22.0902
2001  Biography4-01 2.jpg (6646 bytes) Biography - April 2001 Peterson, Linda On The Road - Taliesin West, Phoenix, Arizona (Frank Lloyd Wright & Taliesin West) Pp 43 2001.02.1001
2001
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 10 Issue #4 - Winter 2001 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Pickrel, Debra  1) Thorpe, John C.  2) Bromley, Judith  3) Quigley, Tom 4) Payne, John 5) Nagel, Stefan 1) Conservancy Uses New Revolving Fund to Buy 1904 Westcott House in Springfield, OH   2) New Lewis-Haines Revolving Fund Provides Unparalleled Opportunities for Preservation   3) Wright’s Vision for Usonia Celebrated at Minneapolis Conference   4) Conservancy and Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Reach Milestone Agreement on Use of Trade Name 5) Law Notes: Historic Preservation Laws and Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings   6) Wright Events   7) At The Properties 8) Wright on... Continue...  Pp 20 2001.64.1215
2001  Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 11 Issue #1 - Winter 2001 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) (Three Copies) Editor: Flemming, Susan Waggoner  2) Woodin, Larry A. 3) Cline, Matt 4) Gentle, Thom 5) Nagel, Stefan 1) Endangered Gordon House Saved 2) The History of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Gordon House – 1957 Wilsonville, Oregon 3) Westcott House Recollections: From Day One of Restoration 4) Maintaining Interior Woodwork & Furniture in Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings 5) Law Notes: The National Register of Historic Places and Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings 6) At The Properties 7) Wright on the Market Includes 22 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2001.11.0302 2001.12.0302 2001.13.0302
2001
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 11 Issue #2 - Fall 2001 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Flemming, Susan Waggoner
3) Payne, John M.
4) Scherubel, Ronald 5) Nagel, Stefan
1) 2001 Annual Conference to Highlight Restoration Issue 2) Conference Tours Explore Central Florida’s Rich Architectural Heritage 3) Conservancy Board Convenes at Price Tower 4) An Important Victory: the Goetsch-Winkler House (1939-40) 5) Law Notes: Independent Attorney Representation in Transitions with Land Trusts and Historic Preservation Organizations 6) Wright Events 7) At The Properties 8) Wright on the Market Includes 21 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 18 2001.65.1215
2001  Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 11 Issue #3 - Winter 2001 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) (Four Copies) Editor: Flemming, Susan Waggoner 4) Payne, Edith 1) Successful Conference at Lakeland 2) Conservancy Intervenes to Preserve Important Illinois Carriage House 3) 2002 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Conference 4) On Landscaping 5) Wright Events 6) Reading Wright 7) At The Properties 8) Wright on the Market Includes 22 photographs and Illustrations. 8.5 x 11   Pp 16 2001.14.0302 2001.15.0302 2001.16.0302 2001.66.1215
2001
Chicago - April 2001 (Clipping only) Newman, Christine Ward W. Willits Residence. "Getting it Wright. A highland Park couple have spent 17 years restoring a Prairie school masterpiece by Frank Lloyd Wright. The end, they confess, is not yet in sight. Early on a midwinter morning when it is so cold outside it hurts, the large, sparely furnished living room of Sylvie and Milton Robinson’s house in Highland Park is warmed by a brightly burning fire. Milt keeps adding logs, and the space is soon so toasty that he opens one of the art glass windows – linear planes... Continue...  Pp 108-112, 116, 118 2001.70.0616
2001  Dairy Foods - October 2001 Anonymous   Don’t Forget the Architecture. Invitation to visit Oak Park Home & Studio, includes photo Pp 58 2001.07.1001
2001
Fairways & Greens - July 2001 (Offprint) Williams, Vic "Nakoma. Gold Mountain reveals the ‘Wright’ way to build a world-class Sierra resort. Frank Lloyd Wright was both a born-and-bread Midwesterner and a man of the world. Though he grew up on the relatively flat landscape of his native Wisconsin, he had an innate affinity for the geography and geometry of the American West – the acute, soaring angularity of its mountains, its almost unfathomable distances, its boundless lines of sight. It was as... Continue...  See our Wright study on the Nakoma Clubhouse & Sculptures. Pp 8 2001.69.0616
2001  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2001 - Vol. 12 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "The Frank Lloyd Wright Campus at Florida Southern College: A child of the Sun". B) "Clubhouse Opens at Gold Mountain". C) Indiana Exhibit Features John Christian House, ‘Samara’" D) Book Review: "Fallingwater: The Model", Paul Bonfilio. E) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House: Rescue of a Landmark", Marjorie L. Quinlan.  Original List Price $10.00. Pp 32 2001.33.0404
2001  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall  2001 - Vol. 12 No. 4  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Assist Edit: Arnold, Stephanie  3) Kadoch, Aaron Capturing Wright’s Magic. 1) News: A: Foundation announces new board members. B: Treasure Hunt October 6.  2) Capturing Wright’s Magic (Taliesin West & S.G., Marin County, Carlson, Millard, Allen, Kentuck Knob, Sixty Years exhibition at Guggenheim).  3) The Moonlight Shelter: An apprentice experience.  4) Books: Two new books shed light on Wright Windows: "Light Screens: The complete leaded glass windows of Frank Lloyd Wright", "Light Screens"... Continue... Pp 32 2001.06.0102
2001
Illinois History - April 2001 (Published three times during the school year, December, February and April by the Illinois Historical Preservation Agency, Springfield, Illinois) Naing, Eric "Frank Lloyd Wright in Illinois. The influence that Frank Lloyd Wright had on the world is often vastly underrated. His many structures can be seen everywhere, and the imprint of his architectural style can be seen in countless buildings throughout the world..." Includes three photographs, a portrait of Wright, the Bradley House and Pettit Memorial Chapel. 7.25 x 10 Pp 56-57 2001.67.1215
2001
Inside Taliesin - Winter 2001 (Published by The Taliesin Preservation, Inc., Spring Green, Wisc.) Aulik, Juli 1) Restored office and studio reopens. 2) A Message from the Executive Director. 3) Restoring the Furnishings in the office and studio. 4) The office and studio’s place in History. 5) Office and studio artifacts. 6) Tan-y-deri restoration underway. 7) Milwaukee Rep produces play on Wright. 8) Kids day 2000 an event for the whole family. 9) Member discount on website purchases. Includes 10 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 2001.79.0618
2001
Inside Taliesin - Fall 2001 (Published by The Taliesin Preservation, Inc., Spring Green, Wisc.) Aulik, Juli 1) Tan-y-deri Historic Structure Report Completed. 2) A Message from the Executive Director. 3) Tan-y-deri Architectural Findings. 4) Consulting Services Donated. 5) Summer Events at Taliesin. 6) In The Public Eye. 7) The People Who Make it Possible. 8) Organic Field Conservation Underway. 9) In the Bookstore. Includes 9 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 2001.80.0618
2001  National Geographic Traveler - October 2001 Ridder, Marie National Wonders: Fallingwater, In the Pennsylvania woods, a "Modern" home for the ages. Pp 50 2001.08.0202
2001  One - April / May 2001 Anonymous Fallingwater Pp 67 2001.01.0801
2001  Oregon Garden Guide - 2001-2002 (Four Copies) O’Cobhthaigh, Timm An architectural treasure. The Gordon House by Frank Lloyd Wright comes to the Garden Pp 3, 27 29 2001.17.0302 2001.18.0302 2001.19.0302 2001.20.0302
2001 

Outdoor Indiana - July/August 2001

Boo, Michael Frank Lloyd Wright in Indiana, Timeless Pp 2 38-47 2001.31.0504
2001 

Phoenix - February 2001

Trulsson, Nora Burba "Gimme Shelter". At the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, seniority for upper-classmen means graduating from life in a tent to a more permanent structure - one that might even have a roof. Pp 12 132-5 2001.36.0904
LeRoy, Tammy "At Home in the Desert". Pp 12 160 2001.37.0904
2001  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #2 January 15, 2001 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  2) Tekker, Archie 3) Nemtkin, Frances  4) Storrer, Bradley 5) Keding, Richard  7) Storrer... 1) Wright’s Gordon House Saved by the Conservancy.  2) Bits and Pieces.  3) A Taliesin Memory  4) The FLLW Building Conservancy Meets in Minneapolis  5) Kebyar Meets in Chicago  6) Aaron Green designs a campus for North Carolina  7) The Origins of the Taliesin Fellows, Part 2.  8) Organic Design Through the Abstraction of Nature. Includes 14 photographs and 14 illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2001.45.0710
2001  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #3 April 15, 2001 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  2) Tekker, Archie 3) Briggs, Sara-Ann B.  4) Berndtson, Indira; Tafel, Edgar  5) Stricker, Milton 1) Lautner’s Chemosphere gets new life.  2) Bits and Pieces.  3) Monaghan still has the Wright stuff.  4) In Passing, Yen Liang - 1908 - 2000.  5) Organic Design Through The Abstraction of Nature. Includes eight photographs and five illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 18 2001.46.0710
2001  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #4 July 15, 2001 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  3) Dyson, Arthur  4) Patrick, Bill  6) Oshiro, David  7) Laraway, Frank  8) Book, Carl E.  9) Storrer... 1) Taliesin Fellows Board Plans for 2001-2001.  2) In Passing, Donald Lovness.  3) Taliesin and the Future.  4) We will miss Aaron Green.  5) Aaron Green designs a campus for North Carolina.  6) Creating Architectural Pop Ups.  7) Frank Lloyd Wright and Bruce Goff - A Comparative Study.  8) Bruce Goff Architect: Architecture Education and Friends of Kebyar.  9) Book Review: "A Living Architecture". Includes 12 photographs and 16 illustration. Original... Continue... Pp 12 2001.47.0710
2001  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #5 October 15, 2001 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  3) Nisbet, Earl  4) Laraway, Frank 5) Storrer, Bradley  6) Stricker, Milton 1) Wright’s Allen Friedman house thwarts the wrecking ball.  2) In Passing: Bradley Ray Storrer; Ray Brandes.  3) A Taliesin Reflection.  4) Organic Blkasphemies.  5) Wisconsin Wandering.  6) Organic Design Through The Abstraction of Nature.  7) CEO Nicholas Muller announces resignation. Includes 15 photographs and seven illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2001.48.0710
2001
The Architects Journal - November 22, 2001 (Published by Emap Communications, London) Powell, Kenneth "The Wright Spirit. John McAsian & Partners is updating Frank Lloyd Wright’s Florida Southern College to address inherent structural defects and to cater for changing needs... It was on a Christmas visit to his in-laws in Florida about nine years ago that McAslan first discovered Florida Southern College (FSC) at Lakeland, near Orlando. He was impressed by the quality and scale of Wright’s work there - FSC’s West Campus is, in fact, the largest concentration... Continue... Pp Cover, 24-33 2001.62.0815
2001
Wright Angles - Feb Mar Apr 2001 Volume 27 #1 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) Boyd, Virginia T. 1) Designs for Everyone: Wright in the Popular Press.  2) Public Programs. Wright Plus 2001.  3) Preservation Trust News.  4) Wright Merchandise.  5) Building a Legacy: The Restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park Home and Studio. Includes 8 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 12 2001.72.0117
2001
Wright Angles - May June July 2001 Volume 27 #2 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2) Siffert, Betty Y. Inspiration Japan.  1) Dear Members and Friends.  2) Frank Lloyd Wright and Japanese Prints: Inspiration on Display.  3) Preservation Trust News.  4) Q & A on the Robie House Restoration.  5) Programs.  6) Exhibition Catalogs!  7) From the Collections. The Japanese Print: An Interpretation. 1912. Includes 16 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 9.5 x 9.5 Pp 14 2001.73.0117
2001
Wright Angles - August September October 2001 Volume 27 #3 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) Mercuri, Joan B.; 2) Sloan, Julie L.; 3) Bachand, Cheryl; Fitchett, Sarah

Light.  1) Dear Members and Friends.  2) The Meaning of Light in Wright’s "Light Screens.".  3) Preservation Trust News.  4) Museum Loans: When Art has to Travel. 5) Programs  6) Light! Dana House single pedestal reproduction.  7) Following in the Master’s Footsteps. Includes 19 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 9.5 x 9.5

Pp 14 2001.74.0117
2001
Wright Angles - November December 2001 January 2002 Volume 27 #4 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) Mercuri, Joan B.; 2) Minerva, Christine Seasons. 1) Dear Members and Friends.  2) A Man for all Seasons: Verse from the Collections.  3) Programs.  4) Gift ideas for the young architects. Includes 13 photographs. One issue bound into volume. 9.5 x 9.5 Pp 8 2002.122.1216 2001.75.0117
2001
(Wright Angles) - Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust Annual Report 2001 (Published quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine 2) Wetherald, Robert; 3) Mercuri, Joan B. 2001 Annual Report.  1) Mission.  2) Chairman of the Board.  3) President and CEO’s Message.  4) Tours and Educational Programs.  5) Collections and Research Center.  6) Restoration and Preservation.  7) Merchandise.  8) Marketing , Public Relations and Publications.  9) Volunteer Services.  10) Membership and Development. 11) Board of Directors. Includes 30 photographs and illustrations. Bound into volume. 9.5 x 9.5 Pp 12 2001.76.0117
2002
2002  Architectural Digest - November 2002 (Published by The Conde Nast Publications, Inc.) Offset printed for Nakoma, Graeagle, CA. Hall, Christopher; Photography: Nichols, Mary E. "Nakoma. A Mountain Retreat Built around a Wrightian Dream. ...In 1924, at the request of Madison’s Nakoma Country Club, the architect produced drawings for a new clubhouse, described at the time in the local paper as ‘the most unique building of it kind in America.’ The newspaper account was hardly an exaggeration... The Nakoma clubhouse, however was never built. High projected construction costs and a whiff of scandal attending Wright’s tumultuous... Continue... Pp 8 2002.98.0711
2002  Building Design & Construction - October 2002 (Published monthly by Reed Business Information, Oak Brook, IL, formerly Cahners Business Information) Barista, Dave; Photos by Fowler, Lunz Prebor "Wright’s Unknown Pearl. The largest of 12 buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright at Florida Southern College is restored and modernized... Between 1938 and 1958, Wright designed 18 buildings for the 1,800-student university, 12 of which were built." The Polk County Schience Building, completed in 1958, originally cost $1 million. Renovations cost over $10 million. Nearly 700 blocks were replaced. Discusses problems and renovations. Includes seven photographs by and... Continue... Pp 44-46 2002.91.0709
2002
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 12 Issue #1 - Spring 2002 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Flemming, Susan Waggoner
1) Widell, Cherilyn 2) Coleman, Elsa 4) Eastman, Ella Mae...
1) Myonichikan, Wright’s Freedom School, is Restored in Tokyo   2) The Gordon House at the Oregon Gardens Officially Opens to the Public   3) Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Announces Its Annual Conference   4) The Avery Coonley House Landscape Restoration   5) Wright Events   6) Reading Wright   7) At The Properties   8) Wright on the Market   Includes 13 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 16 2002.108.1215
2002
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 12 Issue #2 - Summer 2002 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Flemming, Susan Waggoner
1) Olsen, Susan 2) Nagel, Stefan 3) Reisley...
1) "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Modern Metropolis" 2202 Annual Conference, September 18 - 22   2) A Guide to Preservation and Conservation Easement   3) Repairing Radiant Heating: An Effective Method   4) Wright Events   5) Everyday Wright for Each Region   6) At The Properties   7) Reading Wright   8) Wright on the Market   Includes 23 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2002.109.1215
2002
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 12 Issue #3 - Fall 2002 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Flemming, Susan Waggoner
1A) Rogers, Dr. Wally 1B) Kohn, Joanne 1C) De Groot, Franklin
2) Startup...
1) Frank Lloyd Wright Private to Public – Three Studies   1A) SAMARA, The John E. & Catherine E. Christian House   1B) The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park Purchases the Kraus House in Kirkwood, MO   1C) Ennis-Brown House, Life after 78 – A New Beginning   2) Singing to Keep Warm: the Preservation of the Baird House   3) Albert and Edith Adelman House: a Study of Simple Stewardship   4) Law Notes: A Guide to Preservation and Conservation Easements... Continue... Pp 24 2002.110.1215
2002  Carriage Journal - August 2002 (Published by The Carriage Association of America, Inc., Salem, NJ) Bodoh, Vicki Nelson "The Frank Lloyd Wright Carriages". Includes historical information and ten photographs. Original List Price $7.00. 8.5 x 11. Pp 166-171 2002.56.0305
2002
Chrysler Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 1 - (Published by Meredith Integrated Marketing, Des Moines, IA) Bernstein, Fred "The Wright Stuff. Living out of tiny shelters in the Arizona desert, aspiring architects apply the philosophies of Frank Lloyd Wright to modern-day design. He was the most promising architect of the 19th century. A windmill he designed in 1896 for his family’s farm near Spring Green, Wisconsin, still stands – its dramatic pairing of diamond-shaped and octagonal structures presaging seven decades of invention. And he was the most important architect of the 20th century... Continue... Pp Cover 26-32 2002.106.0715
2002  Costco Connection - June 2002 Ponder, Stephanie E. Book Review: "Pop architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright from all angles". Review of "Frank Lloyd Wright in Pop-Up". Pp 67 2002.29.0602
2002  Design/Build Business - March 2002 (Published monthly by Cygnus Business Media, Fort Atkinson, WI) Smida, Jordanna, Photography by: Ruschak, Robert P.; Little, Christopher; Heinz, Thomas A.; Western Pennsylvania... "Restoring A Masterpiece. Working through challenges at Fallingwater. Designing a master plan. Waterproofing battle. Structural concerns. Other projects. In all, $11.5 million in funding is required to cover the span of restoration... The other restoration projects are scheduled to be finished by 2003. Original cover price $10. 8.1 x 10.9. Pp Cv 3 16-20 2002.90.0709
2002  Eastside Journal - July 25, 2002 Beers, Carole ‘Usonian’ home showcases best of natural elements. One day tour of Brandes House. Pp D1 2002.52.0702
2002  Fine Homebuilding - July 2002  (Published bimonthly plus a Spring and Fall issue by Taunton Press, Inc., Newtown, CT) Deshotels, Bob “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House. Age, earthquakes and more than a few design flaws have taken a toll on this landmark; but it will soon be rebuilt, better than ever.”  Includes nine photographs and one illustration.  Original cover price $7.99.  9 x 11. Pp 108-113 2002.74.0407
2002  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2002 - Vol. 13 No. 1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  2) Henning, Randolph C.  3) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks 1) Introduction  2) "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Other Florida Design’s."  3) "The Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings."  4) "Books: Frank Lloyd Wright Inside and Out" Maddox.  5) "Books: Frank Lloyd Wright & Lewis Mumford, Thirty years of Correspondence" Pfeiffer; Wojtowicz.  6) "Taliesin West to host Special Events."  7) "Two Wright sites on ‘Most Visited’ List", Fallingwater and Taliesin West.  Includes nine photographs and 38 illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Original List Price $11.25. Pp 32 2002.01.0102
2002  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2002 - Vol. 13 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Assist Edit: Arnold, Stephanie Conserving Wright’s Architecture. 1) Special events: A: Architecture and music. B: Meet Mr. Wright. 2) Conserving Wright’s Architecture: Darwin Martin House Complex; Fallingwater; Gordon House. 3) News: A: New CEO named. B: Former apprentice provides $100,000 bequest. C: Dean receives five design awards. 4) Books: "Frank Lloyd Wright: Graphic Artist", "The Gordon House: A Moving Experience", "Sketches of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin", "Web of Life"... Continue... Pp 32 2002.27.0402
2002  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2002  Vol. 13 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Associate Editor: Arnold, Stephanie; Copyeditor: Urban, Alice 1) “Conserving Wright’s Architecture - Part II”  2) “The Barnsdall Design - An Expression of an Idea”  3) “Myonichikan Honors its name”  4) “In Brief”  5) “Books, Etc.”  Includes 51 photographs and eight illustrations.  8.5 x 11 Pp 32 2002.71.0307
2002  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2002 - Vol. 13 No. 4  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Goulka, James E.  2) Berndtson, Indira  3) Wyatt, John Commemorative Issue: Architecture & Life: A Taliesin Continuum.  1) “Letter from the CEO & President”  2) “Architecture & Life: A Taliesin Continuum”  3) “An interview with the Academic Dean: The School Today”  4) “A Bow-Wow Haus?”  5) “Taliesin Architect: Distinctive Designs Receive Praise” “Minneapolis Bridge” “The Spire Plaza”  6) In Brief”  7) “Books, Etc.”  Includes 73 photographs.  8.5 x 11.   Original List Price $11.25. (Three copies) Pp 40 2002.44.0503 2002.70.0307 2002.81.0707
2002  Gordon House By Frank Lloyd Wright at the Oregon Gardens (Nine Copies) Oregon Gardens Grand Opening & Dedication Saturday March 2, Sunday March 3 (2002) Pp 1-4 2002.14.0302 2002.15.0302 2002.16.0302 2002.17.0302 2002.18.0302 2002.19.0302 2002.20.0302 2002.21.0302 2002.22.0302
2002  Homearama, Luxury Edition 2002,  (Published by the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati A Supplement to Cincinnati Magazine and Cincinnati Magazine) Sonnenberg, Elissa Wright At Home: At This Year’s Homearama The Remowned Architect’s Legacy Breathes New Life and Organic Principles into Landscape of Luxury Homes. Pp 10 54-61 2002.39.0108
Sonnenberg, Elissa Wright Stuff Gone Wrong Pp 116-7 2002.40.0108
Anonymous Landmark Ideas: A look at some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most well-known designs. Pp 124 2002.41.0108
Eagle Custom Homes Nature’s View. Two page ad and four page inserted brochure. Custom Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation / Taliesin Fellowship home. Pp 38-39 2002.42.0108
2002  Home & Garden Journal (Three Copies) Anonymous The Gordon House Receives $25,000 Grant From The Flora Family Foundation Pg 24 2002.03.0302 2002.04.0302 2002.05.0302
Oregon Gardens Gordon House Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright Pg 25-6 2002.07.0302 2002.08.0302 2002.09.0302
2002
Inside Taliesin, A Quarterly Publication of Taliesin Preservation, Inc. - Summer 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Preservation, Inc., Spring Green, Wisc.) Editor: Johnson, Carol 1) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Uncle Thomas Lloyd Jones’s Farmhouse. 2) The Taliesin Preservation Project. Saving America’s Treasures. 3) Saving America’s Treasures, The Taliesin Master Plan. 4) Hillside Centennial. 5) Calendar. 6) Taliesin’s Treasures. Includes 20 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 8 2002.125.0717
2002
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians - June 2002 (Published quarterly by the Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago) Friedman, Alice T. 1) "Frank Lloyd Wright and Feminism. Mamah Borthwick’s Letters to Ellen Keys... Wright’s design for their new home, Borthwick writes, is extraordinary: In this very beautiful Hillside, as beautiful in its way as the country about Strand [Key’s own country estate in Sweden, which Borthwick had visited in June 1901], he has been building a summer house, Taliesin, the combination of site and dwelling quite the most beautiful I have seen and place in the world. We are hoping to have some... Continue... Pp 140-151; 258 2002.124.0717
2002
Phoenix Home & Garden - May 2002 (Reprint of pages only pertaining to the Price House) Hait, Pam "The Dotted Line. A Textbook of Wrightian Principles, This Paradise Valley Residence is a True Desert House. Built in 1954 and 1955 for the Price family, the Price House (now that U-Haul house) is an extraordinary example of Wright’s principles for desert living. Nearly pristine in its interior and exterior, it also is a remarkable survivor. During Wright’s 70-year architectural career, he produced more than 1,000 designs, and more than 500 of his revolutionary buildings were... Continue... Pp Cv 96-103 2002.144.0719
2002
Preservation - May/June 2002 (Published bi-monthly by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D.C.) Winegardner, Mark "Not Fallingwater, but Falling Apart. An unusual house designed by Wright declines in obscurity (Lewis - S.359)... In recent years as the house slid into alarming disrepair – broken doors, inoperable windows, and a contagion of wood rot, water damage, warped siding, and crumbling stonework – various people have contacted Lewis and tried to provide the means to complete and restore the house...: Includes three photographs. 8.25 x 10.9 Pp 9-11 2002.107.0715
2002  Silverton Visitor’s Guide (Three Copies) Anonymous  House Finds a Home: Frank Lloyd Wright's Gordon House Pp 5 2002.11.0302 2002.12.0302 2002.13.0302
2002  Statesman Journal - March 2, 2002 (Four Copies) Cowan, Ron A study of Simplicity & Detail.  Gordon House Pp 3A 1D 5D 2002.23.0302 2002.24.0302 2002.25.0302 2002.26.0302
2002  Stone & Tile Design - Fall 2002 Adams, Jennifer Resurrecting Wright’s Vision. Original 1920s design for the Nakoma Country Club built in Northern California. Pp 62-66 2002.33.1002
2002  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #6 January 15, 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  2) Peterson, Barry 3) Keding, Richard A.  4) Cusack, Victor 5) Stricker, Milton  6) Brink... 1) The fate and future of a masterpiece (Fallingwater).  2) Fossils, Faith, and Good Ideas.  3) Richard Keding and his Architecture.  4) Organic Architecture. A current appraisal from the first decade of the Taliesin Fellowship.  5) Organic Design Through The Abstraction of Nature.  6) FLLW Conservancy meets at Florida Southern. Includes nine photographs and nine illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2002.94.0710
2002  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #7 April 15, 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  2) Keding, Richard A.  3) Tekker, Archie  4) Nisbet, Earl  5) Peterson, Barry 6) Stricker, Milton 1) CEO Jim Goulka Announces His Goals.  2) An unfortunate choice.  3) Bits and Pieces.  4) Earl Nisbet and His Architecture.  5) Book Review: "New Organic Architecture by David Pearson".  6) Organic Design Through The Abstraction of Nature.  7) Wright’s Gordon House Relocated in Oregon Garden. Includes 19 photographs and 15 illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2002.95.0710
2002  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #8 July 15, 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  3) Goulka, Jim  4) Stricker, Milton 7) Tekker, Archie 1) Taliesin to Celebrate 70 Fellowship Years.  2) In Passing, Jackson L. Wong.  3) The Future of Learning by Doing.  4) The Source of Art and Architecture.  5) Fellows Elect Three New Directors: Lee, Fletcher and Thompson.  6) The Hebrew Academy: Aaron Green Associates.  7) Bits and Pieces. Includes 21 photographs and 11 illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2002.96.0710
2002  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #9 October 15, 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  1) Laraway, Frank 2) Tekker, Archie  3) Nemtin, Frances 4) Keding, Richard  6) Stricker, Milton 1) The 2002 Fellowship Reunion.  2) Nakoma is Built. Taliesin Architects Adapts Wright’s 1924 Design.  3) The Taliesin Landscape.  4) Warren Callister and His Architecture.  5) Another View (Imperial Hotel).  6) FLLW Versus the Bank of Phoenix. Includes 22 photographs and 5 illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2002.97.0710
2002
Western New York Heritage. Western New York’s Illustrated History Magazine - Fall 2002 (Published quarterly by Western New York Heritage Press, Inc., Cheektowaga, NY) Quinan, Jack "Frank Lloyd Wright's Buffalo Venture Revisited. The enduring account where by Darwin Martin brought Frank Lloyd Wright to Buffalo in 1902 to design the Larkin Administration Building, the Martin house and several other prairie houses was first published by Grant C. Manson in his pioneering 1958 study, Frank Lloyd Wright to 1910. Manson began his work in the late 1930s as a graduate student at Columbia University and was one of the rare early scholars to work directly with Wright... Manson's... Continue... Pp 44-50, 5, 50 2002.135.0219
2002
Wright Angles - February March April 2002 Volume 28 #1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) Fowler, Penny 2) Elfline, Ross Graphic Art. 1) Graphically Speaking. 2) Going Dutch with the Wendingen Edition. 3) Upcoming Programs.. Includes 17 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Pp 14 2002.123.1216
2002  Wright Angles - May June July 2002 Volume 28 #2 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  1) Mercuri, Joan B.  2) Bachand, Cheryl; D’Alba, Robyn  4) Weil, Zarine 1) “Dear Members and Friends”  2) “Everyday history: Wright family mementos”  3) “Preservation Trust News” 4) “Gentle care for paper kimonos”  5) “Programs”  6) “Calendar”  7) “Imperial China!”  8) “Restoration Vs Preservation”  Includes 22 photographs and two illustrations.  9.5 x 9.5. Pp 14 2002.84.0606
2002  Wright Angles - August September October 2002 Volume 28 #3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  1) Mercuri, Joan B.  2) Vernon, Christopher 1) “Dear Members and Friends”  2) “the prairie school expression in american art”  3) “Preservation Trust News”  4) “research center celebrates 15 years”  5) “Programs”  6) “Calendar”  7) “summer sounds!”  8) “Robie House exterior restoration recent highlights” Includes 17 photographs and two illustrations.  9.5 x 9.5.  Pp 14 Pp 14 2002.85.0606
2002  Wright Angles - November December 2002 January 2003 Volume 28 #4  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  1) Mercuri, Joan B.  2) Wright, David; Wright, Catherine; Wright, John Lloyd 1) “Dear Members and Friends”  2) “christmas with the wright and robie families”  3) “Programs”  4) “Calendar”  5) “great gifts for every budget”  6) “Robie House restoration highlights”  Includes 12 photographs.  9.5 x 9.5. Pp 8 2002.86.0606
2003
2003  Architectural Digest - June 2003 Schmertz, Mildred F. Inn at Price Tower. An Oklahoma Hotel Finds a Home in Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1950's High-Rise. Pp 72-77 2003.02.0603
2003
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 12 Issue #4 - Spring 2003 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Flemming, Susan Waggoner
1) Startup, Hetty  
2) Scherubel, Ron...
1) Viewing Wright’s New York work   2) Goetsch- Winkler House Again in Loving Artist’s Hands   3) At the Properties   4) Reading Wright   5) Revisiting Wright: Boundaries   6) Fundraiser at Auldbrass Plantation Extends Conservancy’s Mission of Education   7) Wright on the Market.   Includes 39 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 2003.50.1215
2003

Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 13 Issue #1 - Summer 2003 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois)

Editor: Startup, Hetty 3) Eifler, John 4) Aronson, Margot   7) Thornton, Colleen 1) Frank Lloyd Wright and Mid-Century Modernism. Annual Conference. 2) Robie House Restoration Update. 3) Electrical Hazards Associated with Lighting Fixtures Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. 4) Book Review: 50 Favorite Rooms by Frank Lloyd Wright, Maddex. 5) Conservancy Board Holds Spring Meeting 6) Raku Endo is New Honorary board Member. 7) Reviving a Garden: Zimmerman House. 8) Wright on the Market. Includes 28 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2003.48.1015 2003.51.1215
2003

Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 13 Issue #2 - Winter 2003 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois)

Editor: Startup, Hetty 2) Sikora, Steve   3) Aronson, Margot   4) McCoy, Bob 7) Cleary, Sarah 10) Groeber, Janet 1) 2003 San Francisco Conference a Success. 2) The 1934 Malcolm Willey House (second Plan). 3) Book Review: Tales of Taliesin, Brierly. 4) A Community Gem: The Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa. 5) New Life for Price Tower. 6) Ennis-Brown House in Need of Support. 7) Fallingwater’s Cantilevers Sour Again. 8) Favorable Solution for Glasner House. 9) Wright’s Work to be Nominated for World Heritage List. 10) New owners find Boulter House a Dream Come True. 11) Wright on the... Continue... Pp 20 2003.49.1015 2003.52.1215
2003 

Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2003 - Vol. 14 No. 1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Regionalist: Visions for America". B) "An Unlikely Alliance: Frank Lloyd Wright and Thomas Hart Benton". C) "The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives" D) "The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright" E) Book Review: "Essential Frank Lloyd Wright", Caroline Knight. F) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright: Prairie Houses & Frank Lloyd Wright: Usonian Houses" (2), Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. G) Book Review: "The Life & Works of Frank Lloyd Wright", Thomas A. Heinz... Continue... Pp 32 2003.08.0404 2003.26.0707
2003  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2003 - Vol. 14 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "Architecture as Transformation Space". B) "Art as Light and Light as Art". C) Book Review: "Intimate Triangle: Architecture of Crystals, Frank Lloyd Wright, and the Froebel Kindergarten", Jeanne Spielman Rubin. D) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright Field Guide: His 100 Greatest Works" Marie Clayton.  Original List Price $11.25.  (Two copies) Pp 32 2003.09.0404 2003.27.0707
2003  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2003  Vol. 14 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) 1) Goulka, James E.  2) Owings, Frank N. Jr.  3) Campbell, Robert 1) “Letter from The CEO & President”  2) “Taliesin: A Magnet for Legendary Visitors” a) Jens Jensen b) Alexander Woollcott c) Carl Sandburg d) Gutzon Borglum e) Georgia O’Keeffe  3) “Preserving Taliesin - A Case for National Support”  4)“Preserving Taliesin - Current Efforts”  5) “Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News”  6) “Books” a) “Frank Lloyd Wright: Fallingwater” Pfeiffer b) “Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Complete Catalog” Storrer c) “Modern Architecture and... Continue... Pp 40 2003.20.0307 2003.28.0707
2003  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2003 - Vol. 14 No. 4 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "The Private Side of Taliesin West". B) "The Wright’s Private Living Spaces". C) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright: Elegant Houses", Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. D) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly" Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. E) Book Review: "Modern at Mid-Century: The Early Fifties Houses of Ingraham and Ingraham" Elaine Freed. F) Book Review: "Facsimile of the 1933 Taliesin Fellowship Brochure" Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. G) Book Review: "The... Continue... Pp 32 2003.10.0404
2003  New York Times Magazine - November 30, 2003 Lee, Matt & Ted "Auldbrass Wasn’t Rebuilt in a Day". When the Hollywood producer Joel Silver stumbled on a forgotten Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece in South Carolina, He found an obsession to consume a lifetime. Pp 20 100-106 2003.11.0604
2003  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #10 January 15, 2003 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  2) Stricker, Milton 3) Amin, Kamal 4) Tekker, Archie  5) Berndston, Indira... 1) The Living Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright.  2) FLLW versus Safeway.  3) The Architecture of Kamal Amin.  4) The happy demise of another Gehry-mander.  5) In Passing, Mark Heyman.  6) Bilbao and Wisconsin.  7) The CEO Update. Includes 29 photographs and 8 illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2003.37.0710
2003  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #11 April 15, 2003 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  1) Berndston, Indira  2) Tekker, Archie 3) Goulka, Jim 4) Lee, Jack  5) Laraway, Taliesin 1) Ling Po Returns to Taliesin.  2) Recently Dwell Magazine of San Francisco...  3) The CEO Update.  4) The architecture of Jack Lee and the Successor of the Alden Dow office.  5) Architectural Schools in a Modern Technological World.  6) Ennis-Brown Rehabilitation. Includes 24 photographs and nine illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2003.38.0710
2003  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #12 July 15, 2003 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  1) Goulka, Jim  5) Pace, Suzi 6) Stricker, Milton  7) Ottenheimer, John  8) Tekker... 1) Taliesin Architects Reorganized.  2) In Passing, Kaneji Domoto, 1913-2002.  3) Fellow Arthur Dyson Honored.  4) The Birthday Celebration.  5) Suzi’s View.  6) A Return to Organic Art.  7) The Final Resting Place.  8) Organic Design for Low(er)-cost housing.  9) This Year at Taliesin. Includes 21 photographs and 15 illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2003.39.0710
2003  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #13 Oct 15, 2003 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  3) Myron, Marty 4) Cusack, Victor  6) Stricker, Milton  7) Goulka, Jim  8) Marty 1) The Wright Genie.  2) In Passing, Raku Endo, 1927-2003. J. Aubrey Banks, 1926-2003.  3) Book Reviews: "Fallingwater Rising. Uncommon Sense".  4) Review: "Fallingwater Rising".  5) The Midglen Studio and a Work in Progress.  6) A Return to Organic Architecture.  7) The CEO Update.  8) FLLW Building Conservancy Conference - 2003. Includes 27 photographs and Nine illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2003.40.0710
2003  Western New York Heritage. Western New York’s Illustrated History Magazine - Summer/Fall 2003 (Published quarterly by Western New York Heritage Press, Inc., Cheektowaga, NY) Mahoney, Patrick J. "An Ornament to the pavement: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buffalo Gas Station. ...In the late 1920's, Frank Lloyd Wright was asked... Continue... Pp Cover 1 18-20 22 24-28 30-35 2003.34.0709
  Ad: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Complex" Includes four photographs. Pp 19
  Ad: "The Buffalo Transportation/ Pierce-Arrow Museum" builders of the Wright station... Pp 21
  Ad: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater" Includes one illustration. Pp 25
  Ad: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Graycliff" Includes one illustration. Original cover price $6. 8.4 x 10.9. Pp 25
2003  Wright Angles - February March April 2003 Volume 29 #1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, IL) Editor: Weil, Zarine  1) Mercuri, Joan B.  2) Gorman, Carma R.   4) Kieckhefer, Jan 1) “Dear Members and Friends”  2) “most of mama’s dresses were brown”  3) Preservation Trust News”  4) A glimpse into architecture fantasy camp”  5) “Programs”  6) “Calendar”  7) “Silk parade”  8) “Robie House restoration highlights”  Includes 19 photographs.  9.5 x 9.5. Pp 14 2003.30.0606
2003  Wright Angles - May June July 2003 Volume 29 #2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright  Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Vernon, Christopher   2) Weil, Zarine 1) “John Blair, Landscape Gardening and the Prairie School.”   2) A visit with the director of restoration.” Robie House.   3) Take an exterior restoration tour of Robie House.  Includes a total of 32 photos.  9.5 x 9.5. Pp 14 2003.18.0606
2003  Wright Angles - August September October 2003 Volume 29 #3 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright  Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Kruty, Paul 1) “Mural painting in houses of the Prairie School.” 2) “Preservation Trust News.” 3) “Matching the Robie House bricks.” 4) “Robie House restoration: What’s next?” Includes a total of 20 photos and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Pp 14 2003.19.0606
2004
2004  Architectural Digest - May 2004 (Published monthly by Conde Nast Publications, New York, NY) 2) Webb, Michael 1) Ad: “Wright This Way.” Wright Plus 2004.  May 15, 2004. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Wright Plus. Includes one photograph.  2) “Taliesin Reconsidered. Burnishing the Treasure that is Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterwork.” History and future. Includes ten photographs by Jon Miller, Hedrich Blessing.  8.5 x 11 Pp 1) 233  2) 12 290-297 352 2004.51.0504
2004
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 14 Issue #1 - Spring 2004 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Startup, Hetty 1) Hagge, Inga 2) Bringe, Keith 3) Foster, Michael 6) Hinkel, Conni 7) Di Stefano, J. M. 1) "Go Farther Than You Dare." Clients Recall Working With Wright. 2) Toward a Comprehensive Restoration of Unity Temple. 3) Frank Lloyd Wright and the National Geographic Adventurer. 4) World Heritage List Nomination: NHL Designation Begins Process. 5) "Frank Lloyd Wright: On Home Ground." Annual Conference. 6) Living in a Frank Lloyd Wright Home (just for a weekend!) 7) Book Review: Frank Lloyd Wright for Kids: His Life and Ideas, Thorne-Thomsen, $14.95... Continue... Pp 20 2004.70.1015 2004.71.1215
2004
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright  Building Conservancy, Vol. 14 Issue #2 - Summer 2004 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright  Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Startup, Hetty 1) Quigley, Tim   4) Ditmer, Michael   5) Nagel, Stefan 1) Reflecting on the Conservancy’s 15th Anniversary 2) Duncan House Saved!   3) Frank Lloyd Wright : The Vertical Dimension, Exhibit at New York City’s New Skyscraper Museum   4) A Private Little Club – The Bernard Schwartz House, 1939   5) Plan Now to Protect Your Property from Estate Tax   6) Reading Wright   7) Wright on the Market.   Includes 26 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2004.72.1215
2004
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright  Building Conservancy, Vol. 14 Issue #3 - Fall 2004 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright  Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Startup, Hetty 5) Quigley, Tim   8) Eakins, Jan 1) Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright  to be exhibited at the Wichita Art Museum   2) Neils House on National Register   3) Dining at the Coonley House   4) Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo is Open for Tours During Restoration   5) The Year in Review   6) 2003 Annual Report   7) Conservancy’s 15th Anniversary is celebrated in the "Wright" style in Chicago   8) World Heritage Nomination Moves Forward   9) Reading Wright   10) Wright on the Market.   Includes 25 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2004.73.1215
2004
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright  Building Conservancy, Vol. 14 Issue #4 - Winter 2004 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright  Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Startup, Hetty 4) Eastman, Dean   5) Leary, Robert 1)"Wright in Hollywood: Frank Lloyd Wright  and his Los Angeles Progeny, 1917-1941"   2) "On Home Ground" Conference a Resounding Success!   3) Conservancy Announces 2004 Wright Spirit Award Winners   4) The Restoration of Avery Coonley House 5) Re-detailing the Brandes House   6) W.S. Carr House Demolished   7) Reading Wright   8) Wright on the Market.   Includes 32 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2004.74.1215
2004  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - November 2004  Vol. 14 No. 3. (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation)  Special Reprint 2) Owings, Frank N. Jr. 3) Campbell, Robert Special Reprint.  1) “Taliesin’s Blue Loggia Scroll Conserved”  2) “Taliesin: A Magnet for Legendary Visitors”  a) Jens Jensen  b) Alexander Woollcott  c) Carl Sandburg  d) Gutzon Borglum  e) Georgia O’Keeffe  3) “Preserving Taliesin - A Case for National Support”  4)“Preserving Taliesin - Current Efforts”  5) Book Review  a) “The Show to end all Shows” Reed, Kaizen  b) “Frank Lloyd Wright” Huxtable  c) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin” Planet Series  d) “Wright” Pfeiffer  e) “Frank Lloyd... Continue... Pp 40 2004.36.0107
2004  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2004 - Vol. 15 No. 1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation A) "Frank Lloyd Wright & Baghdad". B) "Taliesin West is Awarded ‘Save America’s Treasures’ Grant". C) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture", Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. D) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright" Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. E) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building" Johnathan Lipman. F) Book Review: "Fallingwater Rising" Franklin Toker. G) Book Review: "Frank Lloyd Wright: A Bio-Bibliography" Donald Langmead. H) Book Review: "Wright-Sized... Continue... Pp 24 2004.03.0404 2004.44.0707
2004  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2004 Vol. 15 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  1) Goulka, James E. 1) “Letter From the CEO & President”  2) “Preserving Wright’s Architecture: Part III.  Buildings for Democracy: The Mildred and Stanley Rosenbaum House and Marin County Civic Center.”  3) “Celebrate the Frank Lloyd Wright Legacy at the Marin County Fair July 1-5, 2004"  4) “Habitat House Puts Theory to Work”  5) “Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News”  6) “Book”  7) “Taliesin to Host Special Event, New Tour”.  Includes 33 photographs and eight illustrations. 8.5 x 11.  (Two Copies) Pp 32 2004.42.0607 2004.45.0707
2004  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2004 Vol. 15 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  2) Ballon, Hilary 1) “Taliesin’s Blue Loggia Scroll Conserved”  2) “Frank Lloyd Wright: The Vertical Dimension” Wright and the Skyscraper  3) “Price Tower: The Tree that Escaped the Crowded Forest”  4) “Preserving Taliesin: From The Ground Up”  5) “In Brief”  6) “Books”  7) “Taliesin West: Building in Harmony with Nature”.  Includes 41 photographs and 23 illustrations. 8.5 x 11.  (Two Copies) Pp 32 2004.43.0607 2004.46.0707
2004  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2004 Vol. 15 No. 4  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 2) Rogers, Wallace 1) “Introduction - Wright Houses”.  2) “The John E. Christian House - Samara”. 3) “The I.N. Hagan House - Kentuck Knob”.  4) Books, Inc.  5) “Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News”  6) “Art Collection Conservation Project”. Includes 48 photographs and 23 illustrations.  8.5 x 11. Pp 32 2004.47.0707
2004  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2005  Vol. 16 No. 1  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ)  2) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks  Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Copyeditor: Urban, Alice 1) Introduction  2) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Encounter with the Desert”  3) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Designs for Arizona”  4) “Wright’s Private Living Quarters Now Open for Visitors”  5) “The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation”  6) “Books”  a) “Wright in Racine” Hertzbereg  7) “Preservation of the Collection”  Includes 98 photographs and nine illustrations. 8.5 x 11.  (Three Copies) Pp 40 2004.39.0307 2004.40.0307 2004.48.0707
2004  RadioTimes - 24-30 January, 2004 Branagh, Kenneth Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece. The architectural marvel, Fallingwater. (Publication from Great Britain) Pp Cover 2 2004.01.0504
2004  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #14 January 15, 2004 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  3) Goulka, Jim  4) Laraway, Frank  5) Henning, Randolph C.  6) Stricker, Milton... 1) The Curriculum at Taliesin.  2) In Passing. Isham R. McConnell, 1917-2003. James Palmer Lewis, 1918-2003.  3) The CEO Update.  4) The Final Resting Place.  5) The American Hebre Academy, North Carolina.  6) A Return to Organic Architecture.  7) James Scalise Named Taliesin Associate Dean.  8) Rook Reviews: "Wright-Sized Houses", "Frank Lloyd Wright A Bio-Bibliography", "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building". Includes 27 photographs and eight illustration... Continue... Pp 12 2004.55.0710
2004  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #15 April 15, 2004 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William 5) Goulka, Jim 6) Nolan, Kate 7) Berndston, Indira; Nemtin, Frances 8) Marty, Myron 1) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Names Interim CEO/President. 2) Day and Night. A new bronze by Heloise Crista. 3) In Passing. Robert Green, 1923-2003. 4) The Architecture of Arthur Kimbal Thompson. 5) The CEO Update. 6) Wright Foundation Ousts President; Both Sides Mum. 7) An Iranian Treasure. 8) Book Review. "Auldbrass". Includes 29 photographs and 10 illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2004.56.0710
2004  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #16 August 15, 2004 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  6) Stempel, Calvin L.  7) Wagner, Kevin 8) Marty, Myron 1) Taliesin Preservation Inc. Completes Restoration at Spring Green.  2) From the President’s Desk.  3) Passing. Richard P. Miller, 1931-2004.  4) Taliesin West Sets October Celebration.  5) The Architecture of H. Paterson Fletcher.  6) Reminiscence of Taliesin. 7) Arthur Dyson Designs. Fresno Woodward Park Regional Library.  8) Books Reviews. "Usonia, New York". "Wrightscapes". Includes 30 photographs and three illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2004.57.0710
2004  Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #17 October 15, 2004 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA) Editor: Patrick, William  3) Tekker, Archie 5) Stempel, Calvin L.  6) Marty, Myron 7) Swaback, Vern 1) Taliesin Fellows’ Gold Medalist Euine Fay Jones Dies.  2) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Reports 2003 Activities.  3) Just making a buck.  4) The Architecture of E. Fay Jones.  5) Reminiscence of Taliesin.  6) Books Reviews. "Frank Lloyd Wright: The Interactive Portfolio". "Frank Lloyd Wright. 1867-1959: Building for Democracy".  7) Challenge and Opportunity.  8) Cornelia Brierly Receives Wright Spirit Award. Includes 23 photographs and 10 illustration. Original price $12.50. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Gerald Klitz. Pp 12 2004.58.0710
2004 

This Old House - November 2004

Penfield, Paul "Putting Things Wright. When your boyhood home was designed by America’s most famous architect, its restoration justifies four years of careful work." Son restores Louis Penfield Home, Willoughby Hills, Ohio. Pp 96-104 2004.07.1204
2004  Westchester - October 2004 Epstein, H.M. "The 8 Wonders of Westchester. Local architects pick the county’s best - and most important - buildings." "Best Total Concept. Usonia." Community of which three homes were designed by Wright. Pp 66-67 2004.06.1004
2004
Wright Angles - November December 2003 January 2004 Volume 29 #4 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) Reis, Brian & Bachand, Wright’s Urn. 1) Preservation Trust Purchase: Reconnecting an Urn with its Origins.  2) Upcoming Programs.  3) New Wright-inspired Gifts. Includes 18 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Pp 8 2004.77.1216
2004
Wright Angles - February - April 2004 Vol 30 #1 (Published by the FLW Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) Joseph Slade 3) Kieckhefer, Jan 5) Haydon, Elizabeth; Sweney, Karen Early Garages. 1) Early 20th Century garages and the Frederick C. Robie House. 2) Preservation Trust News. 3) Building communities with architecture in education. 4) Upcoming Programs. 5) The fundamentals of conserving Robie House art glass. 6) Acquisition of Elizabeth Enright papers enriches Wright Family documentation. Includes 19 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Pp 14 2004.79.0617
2004
Wright Angles - May - July 2004 Vol 30 #2 (Published by the FLW Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) Editor: Weil, Zarine 1) Smith, Kathryn 5) Haydon, Elizabeth; Sweney, Karen 1) Robie House: Icon of Modernism. 2) Preservation Trust News 3) Conserving the historic sites: the preservation trust’s restoration committee. 4) Upcoming Programs. 5) Floating on steel. Includes 16 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Pp 14 2004.80.0617
2005
2005
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 15 Issue #1 - Spring 2005 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Startup, Hetty 1) Holzhueter, Jack 1) How a Wright Consortium Made eBay History   2) Architectural Photographer Ezra Stoller   3) Westcott house Moves towards Re-Opening Gala   4) A Report on the Larkin Pier, Buffalo, New York   5) Gordon House in The Oregon Garden, Listed on the National Register of Historic Places   6) Reading Wright   7) Wright on the Market.   Includes 25 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2005.39.1215
2005
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 15 Issue #2 - Summer 2005 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Startup, Hetty 2) Eifler, John 3) Holzhueter, Jack 1) Ennis-Brown House Task Force at Work   2) Energy Saving Technics in the Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Wright Homes   3) Wright Rarities in Madison, Wisconsin (Photographs)   4) "Wright in Hollywood: Frank Lloyd Wright and his Los Angeles Progeny, 1917-1941"   5) Pope-Leighey House Technical Tours   6) Retreating to the Rosenbaum House and Southern Spirit in Florence, Alabama   7) Visit Wright’s Prairie Skyscraper   8) Reading Wright   9) Wright on the Market.   Includes 24 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2005.40.1215
2005
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 15 Issue #3 - Fall 2005 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Hession, Jane King   3) Quigley, Tim 1) Annual Conference: "Wright in Hollywood: Frank Lloyd Wright and his Los Angeles Progeny, 1917-1941"   2) Two Wright Houses Receive Grants (Kraus, Gordon)   3) The Year in Review   4) Wright on the Market.   Includes 16 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 16 2005.41.1215
2005
Chicago Art Deco Society - Fall 2005 / Winter 2006 (Published by the Chicago Art Deco Society, Chicago) Harris, Neil; Edelstein, Teri J. "The Powhatan, an impressive expression of deco design, even for the high-flying twenties... An associate architect was appointed to handle the exterior and interior appointments. This was Charles L. Morgan, an avowed modernist, a prominent architectural renderer (his depictions of new buildings were featured, on an almost weekly basis, by the Chicago Tribute in this period), and an associate of Frank Lloyd Wright. Morgan had... Continue...  See our Wright study on the Nakoma Clubhouse & Sculptures. Pp Cover 13-20 2005.35.0114
2005 

The Capital Times - February 21, 2005 (Madison, Wisconsin)

McCrea, Ron "A Story in Pictures, Taliesin, 1911." Photograph album of 23 images that sold on eBay for $22,100. Includes nine photographs. 12.5 X 23 Pp 1b, 6b 2005.01.0205
2005  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2005 Vol. 16 No. 2  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 1) “Special Events in Buffalo and Western New York”  2) “Frank Lloyd Wright and Buffalo 3) “Restoring the Legacy - Darwin D. Martin House Complex Restoration”  4) “Restoring the Legacy - Graycliff Restoration”  5) “Expanding the Legacy - The Blue Sky Mausoleum”  6) “Expanding the Legacy - The Tydol Filling Station”  7) “Expanding the Legacy - The Rowing House”  8) “Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News”  9) “Unitarian Meeting House and Two Jacobs Houses Recognition For... Continue... Pp 32 2005.15.0707
2005  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2005  Vol. 16 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette;  Copyeditor: Urban, Alice  2) Smith, Kathryn  3) Veler, Richard P. 1) “Conference Showcases Wright’s L.A. Work”   2) “The L. A. Textile Block Houses”  3) “Restoration of Almost-Forgotten Prairie House Nears Completion” (Westcott House)  4) “Los Angeles Venues Celebrate Architecture”  5) “Books”  a) “Kentuck Knob: Frank Lloyd Wright’s House for I.N. and Bernardine Hagan” Hagan  b) “Frank Lloyd Wright An Autobiography” Pomegranite  6) “Taliesin West Conference Set for November 3-5"   Includes 69 photographs and six illustrations.  8.5 x 11.  (Two copies) Pp 32 2005.09.0307 2005.14.0707
2005  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2005 Vol. 16 No. 4 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 1) “Price Tower exhibition celebrates building’s 50th anniversary”  2) “The Price Tower interiors”  3) “Taliesin West gift shop now online”  4) “Books”  5) “Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News”  6) “Pittsburgh Exhibit Showcases Icons”  Includes 84 photographs and six illustrations.  8.5 x 11. Pp 32 2005.16.0707
2005  Hemispheres - Feb 2005 (United Airlines in-flight magazine. Published Monthly by Pace Communications, Inc. Greensboro, NC)  Illingworth, Montieth, M. A) “Frank Lloyd Wright in Japan.” On the centennial of Wright’s first visit to Japan, author reveals the underappreciated impact of the East on this icon of Western architecture.  Includes six photos and
illustrations.  B) "Tour Wright's Japan."  12-day guided tour.  C) "Wright Angles."  List of Wright books.  D) "It's All Wright."  Wright as a collector of Japanese prints.  Original cover price 7.50. 8 x 11.
Pp 6, 46-51 2005.03.0405
2005  Modernism Magazine - Spring 2005 (Published Quarterly by Modernism Magazine, Lambertville, New Jersey) Sundstrom, Kurt J.; Startup, Hetty 1) “A Work of Art for Kindred Spirits, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Zimmerman House.” Includes 16 photographs.  2) “Milwaukee, WI”. Includes photograph of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church. Original cover price $6.95. 8.5 x 11. Pp 84-91, 115-116 2005.04.0306
2005  Via, The AAA Traveler’s Companion (Published Bi- monthly by the California State Automobile Association, San Francisco) 1) Anderson, Bruce
2) King, John
1) “Wright and the West”. Introduction by the Editor.
2) “Frank Lloyd Wright: Western Masterpieces.  America’s greatest architect came West, reinvented himself, and left his stamp on buildings up and down the region.”  After general information about Wright, there are seven sections about specific Wright buildings.  A) “Hollyhock House”;  B) “Ennis-Brown House”;  C) “Hanna House”;  D) “V.C. Morris Shop”;  E) “Arizona Biltmore”;  F) “Marin Civic Center”;  G) “Taliesin West”.  Includes 14 photographs.  Original cover price $1.00.  8 x 10.5.
1) Pp 8
2) Pp Cover 5 50-57
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2005  Wisconsin Magazine of History - Autumn 2005 (Published quarterly by the Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, WI) Holzhueter, John O. "An Ebay Coup. The Right Place for a Frank Lloyd Wright Album." Photographic album of 33 images from 1911-1912 of Taliesin became available on eBay. Led by the Historical Society, $25,200 was raised - in amounts ranging from $50 to $2,500 from forty-five donors - in three days... The seller was from Fairhope, Alabama, who purchased it from an estate sale in Fairhope in 1988. Includes eight original photographs from the album as well as recent comparative photographs for a... Continue... Pp 1 46-51 2005.21.0709
2005  Yellowstone Science - Summer 2005 (Published quarterly by the Yellowstone Center for Resources, Yellowstone National Park, WY) Hert, Tamsen Emerson "Luxury in the Wilderness. Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon Hotel, 1911-1960." History of the Hotel. Includes 35 photographs. Relates to the Quinton Blair Residence (S.351). "...many individuals recall visiting the park in 1959, stopping at the hotel, and purchasing items laid out in the lounge. Quinn Blair and his wife Ruth, of Cody, Wyoming, have Canyon Hotel light fixtures adorning their Frank Lloyd Wright home (the only... Continue...  For more information on the Blair Residence see our Wright Study. Pp Inside Front Cover, 21-36 2005.23.0909
2006
2006
Arizona Highways - January 2006 (Published Monthly by the Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, AZ) Flayton, Leigh; Photos by Guerrero, Pedro "The Acolyte of Fame. Photographer Pedro Guerrero Documented the Quirks of Frank Lloyd Wright and Other ‘Gods and Goddesses’. ‘I have a glorious life,’ says 88-year-old Mesa native Pedro E. Guerrero, erstwhile friend and... Continue... Pp 38-41 2006.44.0414
Summerlin, Randy "Visiting Taliesin. Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s desert ‘Camp’ and winter home in North Scottsdale, was a remote and unlikely backdrop in 1939 for Pedro Guerrero’s fortuitous introduction to the style-setting architect. Wright and his... Continue... P 42
2006  Buffalo Niagara - 2006 Official Visitors Guide  (Published by Buffalo Niagara Convention & Visitors Bureau, Buffalo, NY) Anonymous 1) “American Masters: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Complex is Reborn in Buffalo.” 
2) The architectural Treasures of Buffalo are riveting.
3) Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo  
4) Architecture: Darwin D Martin House Complex, Graycliff Estate, Martin House Ad, Graycliff Ad. In all there are six photos and one cover illustration. 8 x 10.5. 
Pp
1) Cover 
2) 1 
3) 8-9 
4) 27-28 
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2006
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 15 Issue #4 - Winter 2005-2006 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Hession, Jane King   2) Lockhart, Susan Jacobs 1) Anatomy of a Conference: Conservancy meets in LA   2) New Dean for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture   3) "Art, Craft and Industry: Frank Lloyd Wright in Southeastern Michigan"   4) Conservancy Announces Purchase of Avery Coach House   5) Ennis House Progress Report   6) Sullivan-Wright Cottages in Ocean Springs, Miss., Destroyed by Hurricane Katrina   7) Westcott House Celebrates Opening   8) Wright on the Market.   Includes 32 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 2006.49.1215
2006
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 16 Issue #1 - Spring 2006 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Hession, Jane King 2) Herber, Richard J. 8) Holzueter, Jack

1) Restoration Underway on American System-Built Home in Milwaukee   2) As Intended: Recreating Haynes House Furniture   3) Wilbur Wyant House Destroyed by Fire   4) Turkel House in Need of Preservation-Minded Owners   5) Ennis House Saved!   6) 2005 Wright Spirit Awards Honor Stewards of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Legacy   7) Postcard Collection of Wright Buildings Sold at Auction; Wisconsin Historical Society Acquires Rare Items   8) A Heeded Warning: Homeowners Respond to Article on Electrical Hazards  9) Wright on the Market.   Includes 30 photographs. 8.5 x 11

Pp 20 2006.50.1215
2006
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 16 Issue #2 - Summer 2006 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor & 1) Hession, Jane King 2) Coir, Mark 1) Wright and His Colleagues in Japan: Efforts to Collect and Protect A Vanishing Legacy   2) Wright and The Saarinens at Cranbrook: Conference Will Revisit Roots of Lasting Friendships   3) Reading Wright 4) Wright on the Market.   Includes 28 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2006.51.1215
2006
Chicago - October 2006 (Published monthly by Chicago Magazine, Chicago) Newman, Christine The Beachy Residence. "Re-Wright. When a young Oak Park couple finally bought the Frank Lloyd Wright house they had long admired, they teamed up with top-of-the-line talent to make a good house great. Carollina Song and Alec Harris were on an architectural tour in Oak Park about 10 years ago when they first saw the interior of the Frank Lloyd Wright house they would later buy. "I thought it was the most perfect house because of the way it combined a unified aesthetic with a floor plan that's livable... Continue... Pp 122-129 2006.59.0318
2006  Fine Homebuilding - Summer 2006 (Published bimonthly by The Tauton Press, Inc. Newtown, CT) Groom, Sean; Miller, Charles “The 25 Most Important Houses in America.”  Includes the Jacob’s 1 House and Fallingwater.  Includes three photographs. Original cover Price $8.99. 9 x 11. Pp Cover, 58-67 2006.02.0506
2006  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2006, Vol. 17 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Assist Edit: Arnold, Stephanie 2) Boyd, Virginia Terry Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful. 1) New Exhibition: Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful. 2) Designing an American Way of Living (Shaw, Robie, Allen, Jacobs, Lewis, Heritage-Henredon). 3) The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection (Decorative Metalwork, Pottery, Art Glass Windows, Lighting, Furniture, Architectural Mouldings, Weed Image Photogravures). 4) Books, Etc.: "Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful", Ornaments; Notecards. 5) News: A: Conservation Update. B: Casey’s... Continue... Pp 32 2006.40.1012
2006  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2006, Vol. 17 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Assist Edit: Arnold, Stephanie 2) Robie House History & Restoration. 1) Restoration, Programs for kids, and a new mystery book. 2) Conserving a masterpiece: The Frederick C. Robie House. 3) Restored Westcott House welcomes visitors. 4) Conferences: A: Conservancy event set for September 13-17 in Michigan. B: Taliesin West conference set for November 8-10. 5) In Brief: A: Art, architecture & bon appétit in and near Buffalo. B: "Samara at Fifty" exhibit opens April 2. C: Wright Plus May 20 housewalk... Continue... Pp 32 2006.41.1012
2006  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2006  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ)  Vol. 17 No. 3 Editor: Lucas, Suzette 2) Hamilton, Mary Jane 1) “Introduction”  2) “Tan-Y-Deri: Another View of Taliesin’s Unfolding Narrative”  3) ”Restoration efforts continue moving forward at Taliesin”  4)”Foundation News”  5) Book Review  a) “Wright Rooms” Hart  b) “Frank Lloyd Wright An American Architect” Kaufmann (Pomegranate)  c) “Frank Lloyd Wright” McCarter  d) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Larkin Building” Quinan  e) Home Decor Limited-Edition Calendar Available, Maginel Wright.  Includes 55 photographs and 14 illustrations. 8.5 x 11. (Two copies) Pp 32 2006.09.0107 2006.23.0907
2006  Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2006 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ) Vol. 17 No. 4 Editor: Lucas, Suzette  1) Allsopp, Phil 2) Owings, Frank N. Jr. 1) “Letter from the CEO”  2) “Frank Lloyd Wright: Shaping the Spirit: Flower in the Crannied Wall Sculpture (Dana), Epilogue, Midway Garden Sprites, Epilogue, Nakomis and Nakoma, Epilogue.”  3) “The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection”  4) Books  5) “Fu Dogs at Taliesin Conserved.”  Includes 61 photographs and eight illustrations. 8.5 x 11.  (Two copies) Pp 32 2006.21.0907 2006.22.0907
2006
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 027 Autumn 2006 (Published by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal 2) Fader, Marsha  
3) Sidy, Victor; Morosco, Gerald Lee; Allsopp, Phil   4) Dodge, David...
1) President’s Letter.
2) Enhancing The Grid: Apprentices in Europe.
3) Letters To The Fellows.
4) At 21 I Came to Taliesin. The Work of David Dodge.
5) The Desert Shelters: Trevor Pan.
6) Noteworthy Books.
7) Chronicles: Autumn 06.
8) Calendar. Includes 18 photographs. 8.5 x 8.5
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2006
National Building Museum Blueprints - Summer 2006 (Published by the National Building Museum, Washington, D. C.) Moeller, Martin 1) "No Ordinary Clients. The Story of Luis and Ethel Marden. Famed For His Brilliance and Eccentricity, Frank Lloyd Wright seemed to attract clients who were extraordinary in their own right. It would be impossible, of course, to state definitively which... Pp Cover 8-13 2006.47.1215
2) "The Marden House: An Interview with James Kimsey. Martin Moeller: How did your purchase of the Marden House come about? James Kimsey: The Marden House is hard by my house... Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Marden Residence.
2006  Southwest Airlines Spirit - March 2006 (Published monthly by AAP Custom) Klein, Julia M. “As If By Design”.  In Arizona, Life takes form at Taliesin West, Where Frank Lloyd Wright’s work and memory still enlighten. Includes eight photographs.  Original cover price $3.00.  8 x 10.5. Pp 4, 134-6 138 140-1 2006.11.0207
2006
Western New York Heritage - Western New York’s Illustrated History Magazine - Fall 2006 (Published quarterly by Western New York Heritage Press, Inc., Cheektowaga, NY Aronoff, Jason "Jack Randall: Preservation on Principle." Preserving Louis Sullivan’s buildings. Includes 23 photographs and illustrations. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations. Pp 6-23 2006.48.1215
Anonymous "A pair of narrow, art glass windows from the Frank Lloyd Wright Walser House in Chicago sold in 2003 for $22,705..." Pp 15
Blatz, Joseph A. "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Heath House. Western New Yorkers have long considered Buffalo to be a treasure trove of American architectural form. One of its crowning jewels is the venerable... Continue...  Pp Cover 3, 28-44
2006
Wright Angles: Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust 2005 Annual Report (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust ) 1) Grip, Jeffery C.   2) Mercuri, Joan B. Inspired by the innovative thinking and design of Frank Lloyd Wright, the Frank Lloyd Wright preservation trust is a dynamic educational resource, providing a model program of public access, and serving as an exemplary steward of its collections and Wright-designed the structures. 1) Year in Review. 2) The Year Ahead. 3) Programs. 4) Financial Summary. 5) Thank You. 6) Donors. 7) Volunteers. 8) Board of Directors. Includes 32 photographs. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 20 2006.61.0618
2007
2007 American Bungalow - Fall 2007 (Published quarterly by American Bungalow, Sierra Madre, CA) Tsujioka, Terry; Photographs by Vertikoff, Alexander "Samara: Growing up and growing old in the Prairie Style." Extensive article on the history, present condition and continual work on the home. "Coming home to this house every day for the past 50 years has been wonderful, always stimulating. There’s a certain character about Frank Lloyd Wright spaces. Something about them just elevates the spirit. Includes 19 photographs. Original cover price $8.95. 8.4 x 10.9. Pp 70-79 2007.52.0709
2007 Art New England - Oct/Nov 2007 (Published Bi-monthly by Art New England, Inc., Brighton, MA) Dugdale, Juanita “Frank Lloyd Wright’s House Beautiful. Wright believed that imposing a sense of order throughout a house was critical to promoting an overall sense of harmony and repose.” In conjunction with the exhibit by the same name at the Portland Museum of Art, Portland Maine. Includes three photographs. Original cover price $5.95. 9 x 11. Pp 14-15 2007.51.0907
2007
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 17 Issue #1 - Winter 2007 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor & 1) Hession, Jane King   2) Wyant, Carol  6) Duplack, Ronald 1) A Home at Last: New Owners for Detroit’s Turkel House   2) Financing the Future: The Conservancy’s Development Efforts   3) 2006 Wright Spirit Awards Honor Stewards of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Legacy   4) Frank Lloyd Wright: From Private To Public   5) 2006 Conservancy Conference A Resounding Success!   6) The Year in Review   7) Wright on the Market.   Includes 30 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 2007.73.1215
2007
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 17 Issue #2 - Spring 2007 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Hession, Jane King   1) Hertzberg, Mark   2 &3) Hession   4) Dye, Audra   6) Dewey-Mattia, Lisa 1) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Family: A History of Collaboration in Racine   2) In the Family: Wright’s Grandson Acquires the Robert Llewellyn Wright House   3) Muirhead Farmhouse: Bed and Breakfast on the Prairie   4) Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Submits Application to the United States Tentative List   5) Reading Wright   6) Chicago Art Gallery Relocates to Roloson Rowhouse   7) Wright on the Market.   Includes 42 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 2007.74.1215
2007
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 17 Issue #3 - Summer 2007 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor & 2: Hession, Jane King   4) Woodin, Larry   6) Duplack, Ronald 1) SaveWright.org Features New, Powerful Enhancements   2) Fifteen Years and Counting: Restoration of the Guy Smith House   3) Conservancy Board, Leadership Circle and Local Members Enjoy Events in D.C.   4) Conservancy Support Comes in Many Forms   5) Reading Wright   6) The Year in Review   7) Wright on the Market.   Includes 42 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 2007.75.1215
2007 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2007  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ)  Vol. 18  No. 1 1) Allsopp, Phil  3) Hertzberg, Mark 1) “Letter from the CEO”  2) “Wright Getaways”  a) “Seth Peterson Cottage”  b) “Bernard Schwartz”  c) “John D. Haynes House”  d) “Louis Penfield House”  3) “Letters to the Hardy House”  4) Book Reviews  a) “Frank Lloyd Wright: Prairie Houses” Hess  b) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hardy House” Hertzberg  c) “Hometown Architect” Cannon  d) “A House for Life” Rattenbury  5) News: Financial support helps Foundation with preservation, conservation, and education programs”  6) “Pedro E. Guerrero...   Continued... Pp 32 2007.01.0207
2007 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2007, Vol. 18 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Assist Edit: Arnold, Stephanie 1) Allsopp, Phil  3) Sidy, Victor Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture: Integrating Tradition & Change. 1) Letter from the CEO. 2) Desert Shelters: Learning by Doing. 3) Core Ideas: New Forms. A: Box Projects: An Evolving Tradition. B: Reception Pavilion for Taliesin West. C: Golf Clubhouse. D: TWest Sports Complex. E: House for Alexander Smith. F: Multi-use Complex. G: Correction Facility. H: Taliesin West Reception Pavilion. 4) Frank Henry named award recipient. 5) Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture...   Continued... Pp 32 2007.67.1012
2007 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2007 Vol. 18 No. 3  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  1) Allsopp, Phil 5) Hession, Jane King; Pickrel, Debra 1) “Letter from the CEO”  2) “Monona Terrace: A Timeless Vision”  3) “Martin House Complex - Demolished Structures Reappear”  4) “National Historic Landmark Status Attained. Price Tower; Beth Sholom Synagogue; Aline Barnsdall Complex”  5) “An Interview with the authors of Frank Lloyd Wright in New York: The Plaza Years, 1954-1959"  6) “In Brief"  7) “Books”  8) “Three more Wright Sites Named National Historic Landmarks”  Includes 50 photographs and four illustrations.  8.5 x 11. Pp 32 2007.09.0807
2007 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2007 Vol. 18 No. 4  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  1) Allsopp, Phil 3) Johnson, Carol 1) “Letter from the CEO” 2) “Taliesin: A Work of a Lifetime” 3) “Preserving Taliesin” 4) “Artifact Conservation Projects” 5) “The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection” 6) Books 7) Apprentices Work with R/udat Team. Includes 92 photographs and two illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 40 2007.50.0907
2007
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 028 Spring 2007 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal 2) Chesley, Kate   3) Sidy, Victor; Allsopp, Phil   4) Fader, Marsha
5) Thompson, Kimbal
6) Williams...
1) President’s Letter.   2) Box Phase II. Presentations & Critiques.   3) Letters To The Fellows.   4) The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. "Apprnetis En Charrette."   5) Architect Rustam C. J. Patell.   6) Apprentice "Pod Project."   7) "The Box" Story.   8) Hurricaneproof Home by Architect Calvin L. Stempel.   9) Noteworthy Books.   10) Chronicles: Spring 07.   11) Calendar.   12) 75th Anniversary of the Founding of the Taliesin Fellowship. Includes 88 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 28 2007.86.0918
2007
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 029 Summer 2007 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal 2) Lynch, Mark 3) Sidy, Victor; Allsopp, Phil   4) Symietz, Andreas
5) Smith, Blake
6) Thompson...
1) President’s Letter.   2) Foundation News.   3) Letters To The Fellows.   4) Building Upon My Taliesin Experience.   5) Apprentice Shelter.   6) Architect Larry Brink   7) Mr. Wright’s Grader.   8) Compactcare: A Rehabilitation Clinic for Respiratory Patients in Rotterdam.   9) Charette At Taliesin.   10) Taliesin: Professional Practice: 2007.   11) Noteworthy DVD and Books.   12) Chronicles: Summer 07.   13) Calendar.   14) 75th Anniversary of the Founding of the Taliesin Fellowship. Includes...  Continued... Pp 28 2007.87.0918
2007
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 030 Autumn 2007 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal 2) Lynch, Mark 3) Wright, Thomas   4) Babcock, Treacy   5) Sidy, Victor
6) Allsopp, Phil 8) Montooth...
1) President’s Letter.   2) Foundation News.   3) Editor’s Word   4) Letters To The Fellows.   5) Dean’s Message.   6) Foundation CEO Message.   7) Taliesin Fellows News. Welcome new board members.   8) The Prairie School.   9) The Migration.   10) Painter / Sculptor Val M. Cox.   11) Chronicles: Autumn 07.   12) Voices: Robert K. Mosher (32-42) - Taliesin Giving a continuing history.   13) The Pied Piper at Yale.   14) Noteworthy Book.   15) Decoding A Genuine Taliesin Nonesuch...  Continued... Pp 28 2007.88.0918
2007 Playbill, Playwrights Horizons - January 2007  (Published monthly by Playbill Inc., New York) 1-2) Playwrights Horizons  3) Nelson, Richard 1) Ad: “Frank’s Home” 2) “Who’s Who in the Cast.” The play takes place over three days, beginning August 31, 1923. The grounds of Olive Hill, Hollywood, CA. 3) Richard Nelson discusses his play “Frank’s Home” with Tim Sanford, Playwrights Horizons’ Artistic Director.  5.4 x 8.5. 1) Pp 15  2) Pp Cv 16-24  3) Pp 29 2007.02.0207
2007 Style 1900 - Winter/ Spring 2007  (Published quarterly by Style 1900, Lambertville, NJ) 1) Copeland Furniture  2) Oakbrook Esser Studios 3) Fair Oaks Workshops   4) Fish, Marilyn;  5) Fish, Marilyn; Kahn, Eve M... 1) Ad: “Frank Lloyd Wright, Furniture by Copeland”   2) Ad: “Dedicated to Excellence in Glass Art”   3) Ad: “Decorate Your Walls Wright”   4) “3 Spectacular Houses, Stickley, Wright and Greene & Green” 4b) “The Dana-Thomas House”   5) “Get up and Go, 25 Great Destination” Six Wright sites.   6) “Reviewer’s Bookshelf” a) “Frank Lloyd Wright Companion” Storrer 2006 (1993 Revision)  b) “Light Screens: The Complete Leaded-Glass Windows of Frank Lloyd Wright” Sloan 2001.  7) Back Issues...   Continued... Pp 1 27 35-6 42-7 56-81 87-89 94-104 2007.05.0307
2007
Wright Angles: Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust 2006 Annual Report (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust ) 1) Grip, Jeffery C.; Mercuri, Joan B. Inspired by the innovative thinking and design of Frank Lloyd Wright, the Frank Lloyd Wright preservation trust is a dynamic educational resource, providing a model program of public access, and serving as an exemplary steward of its collections and Wright-designed the structures. 1) Year in Review. 2) The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust is Grateful to its Supporters. 3) Financial Summary. 4) We Appreciate the Services of our Volunteers. 5) Board of Directors. Includes 15 photographs. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 2007.81,0618
2007
Wright Angles - November December 2006 January 2007 Volume 32 #4 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2) Sommers, Steve 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Remember Gifts. 3) Programs. 4) Wright Gifts. Includes 14 photographs and illustrations. 5) Bound into the center, is a six page brochure "Wrightway Japan: A Family Adventure." A trip to Japan, July 15-26, 2007. Brochure: 6 x 9. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 2007.82,0618
2007
Wright Angles - February March April 2007 Volume 33 #1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2 & 4) Birmingham, Elizabeth Autobiography. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Lies, damn lies, and autobiography. How and why we read architects lives. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) Reading between the lines: The 75th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s An Autobiography. 5) Programs. 6) Member Resources. 7) Calendar. 8) Chimes! 9) Candid Wright. Includes 32 photographs and illustrations. 10) Bound into the center, is an eight page brochure "Wrightway Travel: 2007 Fall Programs." Trips to New York and California to visit... Continued... Pp 14 2007.83,0618
2007
Wright Angles - May June July 2007 Volume 33 #2 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2 & 4) Hamilton, Mary Jane 6) Lewis, Darcy Van den Berghen. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Albert Van den Berghen: An elusive figure in American sculptural history. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) Surviving examples of Van den Burghen’s work. 5) Programs. 6) Tools for Wright’s artistry. 7) Member Resources. 8) Calendar. 9) News and exclusive! 10) Richard Bock: Wright’s Favorite Sculpture. Includes 27 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 14 2007.84,0618
2007
Wright Angles - August September October 2007 Volume 33 #3 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2 & 3) Sommers, Steve Family business. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Cycle of boom and bust: the Robie family business. 3) Portrait of an early twentieth century factory. 4) Preservation Trust News. 5) Programs. 6) Member Resources. 7) Calendar. 8) Only from us. 9) New design detectives family tour. Includes 22 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 14 2007.85.0618
2007
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2007 Vol. 13 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Ediitor Sanford, Barbara  1) Hice, Denise; Hagge, Inga Brynildson   2) Hice, Denise  4) Hagge, Inga Brynildson   5) Hertzberg, Mark.. 1) Black Point: A Lake Geneva Legacy. Wright and Like to Visit the Queen of Geneva Lake.  2) From the President.  3) Prairie on the Lakes, Wright & Like 2007 4) Resurrecting Wright: FLLW Foundation in the 21st Century.  5) The Lake Geneva Inn.  6) Taliesin Fellow Remembered: Lynn Anderson.  7) On Site: Monona Terrace Celebrates 10th Anniversary.  8) Burnham Beat: American System-Built Home Tour Marks 1st Year.  9) Book Review: Pedro E. Guerrero: A Photographer’s Journey.  10) Pedro...   Continued... Pp 12 2007.79.0516
2007
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2007 Vol. 13 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara 
1) Holzhueter, Jack  2) Hice, Denise 
4) Hertzberg, Mark 
7) Henning, Randolph C.
1) A Third House on Burnham Street.  2) From the President.  3) A Wright in Wisconsin Evening: The Frederick C. Bogk House.  4) The SC Johnson Research Tower   5) Burnham Beat: Restoration to Begin.  6) Prairie on the Lakes, Wright & Like 2007. Lake Delavan and Geneva.  7) At Taliesin  8) 2007 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Conference October 10-14.  9) Frenderick Bogk House. Includes 14 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 12 2007.80.0516
2008
2008 Arcadia Home - Winter 2008 (Published by Arcadia News, Phoenix, AZ) Bruns, Greg; Peters, Joanna David and Gladys Wright home (1950) (S.322), Phoenix, Arizona, is for sale. "Wright’s Modern Organics... The interior ceilings, bookcases, cabinets, built-ins seating and storage, all originals, are carved out of Philippine mahogany. The concrete floor in the living room is adorned with a Frank Lloyd Wright designed rug... So many aspects of the home seem far ahead of their time..." Includes eleven photographs. 11 x 12. Digital and printed version. (David Wright Home) Pp Cover, 3, 6-9 2008.05.0110
2008
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 17 Issue #4 / Vol. 18 Issue #1 - Fall 2007 / Winter 2008 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Holzhueter, Jack 1) Hession, Jane King 3) McCoy, Bob 5) Quigley, Tim 1) International Conservancy Members Share Stories of their Passion for Wright’s Work 2) Restoration Underway at Guggenheim 3) Restoration of Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank: A Progress Report 4) Florida Southern Unveils Wright’s Water Dome 5) Conference Reflections on Great American Architecture 6) 2007 Wright Spirit Award Winners Honored 7) Reading Wright 8) Wright on the Market. Includes 48 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 2008.26.1215
2008 Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. Volume 18, Issue 2, Spring 2008. (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy) Editor: Dewey-Mattia, Lisa
1) Reiss, Steve   2) Dye, Audra  3) Scherubel, Ron   4) Kirschner, Pamela   5) Armstrong,..
1) “Frank Lloyd Wright Postcards Seen As Snapshots of History”, includes six images, three postcards we provided.   2) “Ten Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Selected for World Heritage Tentative List.”  3) “New Hope for Charnley Cottage in Ocean Springs.”  4) “Preservation Issues at Wright-Designed Sites.”  5) “Conservancy’s 2008 Conference Set For Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands.”  6) Book and Documentary Review.  7) For Sale (18 Homes). Includes 50 photographs. 8.5 x 11. Pp 24 2008.01.0608 2008.27.1215
2008
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 18 Issue #3 - Summer 2008 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Dewey-Mattia, Lisa   1) Stafford, Susan H.   2) Tarantino, Lawrence   3) Hession, Jane King 1) The Luis and Ethel Marden House: Adventure in Restoration   2) Case Study: Richardson House Owners Replace Radiant Heating System   3) The Year in Review   4) 2008 Annual Meeting Announcement   5) Wright on the Market.   Includes 41 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 2008.28.1215
2008
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Summer 2008 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy) Stafford, Susan "The Luis And Ethel Marden House: Adventure in Restoration. Nearly 50 years after its completion in 1959, the Luis and Ethel Marden House, spectacularly situated on a wooded promontory above the roaring Little Falls of the Potomac River in McLean, Virginia, stands as one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most stunning Usonian homes and least known architectural gems. Originally built for renowned National Geographic photographer and...   Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Marden Residence. Pp (5) 2008.25.1215
2008
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2008 Vol. 19 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 1) Allsopp, Phil 2) Sloan, Julie L. 1) Letter from the CEO. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Light Screens. Including: Tomek (2), May, Robie (3), Davenport, Wright office, Davidson, Heller, Gale (2), Charles Roberts, Darwin Martin, Dana, Boynton, Midway Gardens (2), Coonley Playhouse, SC Johnson. 3) Martin House Complex: The Art-Glass Challenge. 4) Oakbrook Esser Art Glass 5) Andersen Art Glass Collection 6) Books 7) Oak Park Housewalk: May 17 . 8) Wright in Wisconsin Tour: June 7. 9) News Includes 62 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 32 2008.22.0414
2008 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2008, Vol. 19 No. 3. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 1) Allsopp, Phil  3) Rosenblum, Charles 1) Letter from the CEO. 2) Western Pennsylvania broadens its Wright Legacy (Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob, Duncan). 3) The Duncan House (Moved to Polymath Park in Acme, PA, 25 miles from Fallingwater) 4) The Walter Davidson House. 5) In Brief: A: Traveling the "Wright Way". B: Western Pennsylvania, Sept. 18-21, 2008, FLLW Building Conservancy Conference: "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Roots of Sustainability". C: Cloquet, Minnesota, Hosts Wright Events (Filling...   Continued... Pp 32 2008.17.1012
2008 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly Quarterly - Fall 2008, Vol. 19 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  1) Allsopp, Phil  2) Smith, Kathryn How the Robie House was Saved. 1) Letter from the CEO. 2) How the Robie House was Saved. Design & Construction; Icon of Modernism; Little Honor at Home (Midway Gardens, Larkin); 1941: Robie House is Threatened; An Unpublished Letter; "Frank Lloyd Wright Day" in Chicago; 1957: The Threat Becomes Real; The "Golden Beacon" and "Illinois" Project; Wright’s Chicago Legacy; What would Wright Do? 3) New items from the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection products. 4) Books, Etc...   Continued... Pp 32 2008.18.1012
2008
Graycliff Conservancy. Wright On The Lake Spring-Summer 2008 (Published by Graycliff Conservancy, Inc., Darby, NY) 2) Chrisman, Diane 3) Hauser, Reine 9) Mahoney, Patyrick 11) Whitman, Cliff Graycliff was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1927. 1) New York State Awards Graycliff Estate Major Funding for Restoration of Historic Landscape. 2) A message from the President. 3) A Message from the Executive Director. 4) Lake Terrace Slated for Restoration 2008. 5) Original China Donated to Graycliff. 6) Original Linens and Lamps Returned to Graycliff. 7) 2008 Lecture Series: The Woman is the Client: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Women Patrons. 8) Graycliff Restoration Projects...   Continued... Pp 12 2008.43.1218
2008
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 031 Spring 2008 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Thompson, A. Kimbal; Schiffner, Charles
2) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal 3) Sidy, Victor 4) Allsopp, Phil 5) Fader, Marsha...
1) President’s Letters.   2) Editor’s Word.   3) Dean’s Letter.   4) Foundation CEO Message.   5) Variations on a Theme: The Grand Tour.   6) The 75th Reunion.   7) The work of Nezam Amery.   8) Before Dubai: Nezam Amery and the Dream of Iranian Tourism.  9) Taliesin Arts & Cultural Program.   10) Voices. Yen Liang (32-34) "Remembering Yen Liang."   11) Chronicles: Spring 08.   12) Nawantale. Uganda Community School Project, Inc.   13) Noteworthy Books. 14) Calendar. Includes 93 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Pp 36 2008.42.0918
2008
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 032 Fall 2008 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Schiffner, Charles Robert 2) Sidy, Victor 3) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal 4) Fader, Marsha 5) Jorda, Saskia 6) Spencer, Brian... 1) President’s Letter. 2) Dean’s Lettere. 3) Editor’s Word. 4) Graduation at Taliesin. 5) Taliesin artist residency program. 6) Penwern Boathouse Restoration. 7) Voices. Noni & Irene Buitenkant, excerpts from the Oral Histories of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. 8) California Residence. 9) Taliesin Growth. 10) Chronicles: Fall ‘08. 11) Taliesin Fellows. Board Meeting June 2008, Taliesin, Spring Green. 12) Calendar. The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture...   Continued... Pp 28 2008.41.0618
2008

Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History - Summer 2008 (Published quarterly by the Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, Indiana)

Owings, Frank N. Jr. "Dreams on Paper. Frank Lloyd Wright Unbuilt Indiana. During the seventy years of designing buildings, architect Frank Lloyd Wright created drawings for more than a thousand projects originally planned for forty-one states and nine countries. From these designs, approximately five hundred were completed, four hundred of which are still sanding today in thirty-six states, as well as in Canada and Japan. Wright’s collection of drawings and correspondence, held...   Continued... Pp 10-17 2008.24.0515
2008
Wright Angles - November December 2007 January 2008 Volume 33 #4 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2) Stine, Kathryn Special collection. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Researching The Robie House. 3) Programs. 4) Shop Wright. 5) Members’ exclusives for the holidays. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 2008.37.0618
2008
Wright Angles - February March April 2008 Volume 34 #1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2 & 4) Lewis, Darcy Fact or fiction. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Loving Frank: an interview with novelist Nancy Horan. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) Ellen Key: Radical thinker and Mamah’s Muse. 5) Programs. 6) Coming up at the Robie House. 7) Member Resources. 8) Calendar. 9) Wright decor! 10) Explore Japan with Wright Way Travel and receive two tickets to Wright Plus 2008. Includes 20 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 2008.38.0618
2008
Wright Angles - May June July 2008 Volume 34 #2 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2) Rudolph, Christopher Organic inspiration. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Organic inspiration. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) The very first "Wright Plu" Tour. Reprinted from Oak Leaves, November 23, 1907. 5) Programs. 6) New benefits for a more rewarding membership experience. 7) New and renewing society members. 8) Member Resources. 9) Calendar. 10) Wright delights. 11) Travel the world with Wright Way in 2009. Includes 17 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 14 2008.39.0618
2008
Wright Angles - August September October 2008 Volume 34 #3 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2) Moe, Rishard 4) McElgunn, Hannah 10) Sommers, Steve Sustainable stewardship. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Sustainable stewardship. Historic preservation’s essential role in fighting climate change. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) An eye for detail: the return of the Robie House gates. 5) Programs. 6) New and renewing society members. 7) Member Resources. 8) Calendar. 9) New Wright film!. 10) The mystery of the inglenook inscription. Includes 16 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 14 2008.40.0618
2008
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2008 Vol. 14 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara
1) Fox, Jan Marshall
2) Hice, Denise 3) Hertzberg, Mark  5) Hagge, Inga Brynildson...
1) Spring 2008 is the Wright Time in Milwaukee. Exhibition: Hollyhock House and Olive Hill.  2) From the President.  3) SC Johnson’s Fortalesza Hall to Open in 2009.  4) Burnham Beat: Milwaukee Foundations Continue to Show their Support.  5) Cyber-Wright.  6) Wright & Like 2008. On the Road Again. The Mid-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, Russell Barr Williamson and John Randal McDonald.  7) An Evening at the Frederick C. Bogk House.  8) Meet The Prairie Mod...   Continued... Pp 12 2008.32.0516
2008
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2008 Vol. 14 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Edit: Sanford, Barbara 2&3) Hice, Denise
4) Meehan, Patrick J.
5) Flaig, Liz
6) Sabin, Heather   7) Hartmann, Bob 8) Hice...
1) Wright & Like 2008. On the Road Again. The Mid-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, Russell Barr Williamson and John Randal McDonald.  2) From the President.  3) Flying High in Madison: The Art and Architectural Inspiration of Dane County Regional Airport.  4) "The Last Wright": New Film on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Park Inn at Mason City, Iowa.  5) A Revolutionary in Milwaukee: The Designs of George Mann Niedecken.  6) On Site. Terrace Town.  7) Burnham Beat...   Continued... Pp 12 2008.33.0516
2009
2009 Architectural Digest - February 2009 (Published monthly by Conde Nast Publications, New York, NY) Boyle, T.C. "Finding Refuge and Inspiration in Frank Lloyd Wright’s First California Design. In the summer of 1993, while I was working hard t the writing of The Tortilla Curtain, I had a phone call from my wife, who was some 70 miles away, in Santa Barbara, looking at property. At first I had a hard time making out what she was trying to tell me, because she was sobbing. Why was she sobbing? Because she’d found the house we’d been looking for all our lives..." Includes one photograph and one illustration. 8.3 x 10.8. Pp 38 40 42 2009.10.0209
2009
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 19 Issue #1 - Winter 2009 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editors: Scherubel, Jan; Gloriosa, Christine
1) Blumenthal, Hannah    2) Quigley, Tom
1) Supporters, Friends Celebrate Completion of Guggenheim’s Restoration in New York    2) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Roots of Sustainability    3) Wright Spirit Awards Further Mission to Save Wright Properties    4) Out and About Wright Inaugural Year    5) Reading Wright    6) Wright on the Market.    Includes 45 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 24 2009.34.1215
2009
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 19 Issue #2 - Spring 2009 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editors: Scherubel, Jan; Gloriosa, Christine    1) Perkins, Scott W.    2) Isen, Matt    6) Botsford, Linda 1) At Work Along with Wright: Masselink’s Designs for the Prices    2) Buildings in Kansas City and Wichita Are Must-See Treasures for Wright Fans    3) Message From Ron Scherubel: Farewell    4) Kansas City Here We Come!    5) Buffalo Is ‘Place to Go’ For Our Conference    6) Concrete Floor Maintenance: For Best Results Use Caution, Patience and Expert Assistance    7) Reading Wright    8) Wright on the Market.    Includes 45 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2009.35.1215
2009
Bulletin, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Vol. 19 Issue #3 - Summer 2009 (Published Quarterly by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Editor: Gloriosa, Christine    1) Scherubel, Ron 2) Boyd, Virginia Terry    3) Hession, Jane King 1) Twenty Years of Saving Wright    2) Patterning with Textiles    3) The Year in Review    4) Conservancy Welcomes New Executive Director, Janet Halstead    5) 2009 Annual Meeting Announcement    6) Wright on the Market.    Includes 23 photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 20 2009.36.1215
2009 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2009, Vol. 20 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  1) Allsopp, Phil  2) Stipe, Margo  3) Sidy, Victor Spiritual Connectivity in the Realm of Sustainability. 1) Letter from the CEO.  2) Spiritual Connectivity in the Realm of Sustainability (Wingspread, Marin County, Willey, Unitarian Meeting House, Berger, Tracy, Teater). 3) Sustainability at Taliesin, The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. A: Integrating Tradition and Change; B: The Taliesin Campuses as Working Laboratories; C: Off-Campus Architectural Projects.  4) Books: "The Noble Room", "Building Bartlesville: 1945-2000", "Frank Lloyd Wright...   Continued... Pp 32 2009.22.1012
2009 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2009 Vol. 20 No. 2 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucus, Suzette 1) Allsopp, Phil 2) Contrib. Owings, Frank N. Jr. 1959-2009: Preserving The Legacy. 1) "Letter from the CEO" 2) "The Built Works" 3) "The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives" 4) "Books" 5) "Taliesin West Summer Architecture Camps" 6) "Taliesin West & Wright Legacy Honored" 7) "Board of Governors Oversees School" 8) "Foundation’s Benefit Dinner at the Guggenheim" 9) "June 5-7, Wright and Like, 2009: Madison" Includes 40 photographs and Ten illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 32 2009.06.1009
2009 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2009, Vol. 20 No. 3. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  3) Stipe, Margo Frank Lloyd Wright and the Guggenheim Museum. 1) Introduction. 2) The Guggenheim Museum. 3) Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward (Unity temple, Jacobs, Guggenheim). 4) Student exhibition at the Guggenheim - Leaning by doing. 5) Books: "Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward", "The Guggenheim: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Making of a Modern Museum", "Frank Lloyd Wright: American Master", "Frank Lloyd Wright: Essential Text", "Frank Lloyd Wright: Complete...   Continued... Pp 32 2009.23.1012
2009 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2009, Vol. 20 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  2) Mahoney, Patrick J.  3) Smith, Kathryn Discovering Graycliff - A Lakeside Treasure. 1) Introduction. 2) Graycliff Emerging: Earliest Plans; Construction Starts’ The Lost Years and Rediscovery. 3) Earth, Air, Light, Water: Graycliff (Graycliff, Jester, Marin County, Huntington Hartford, Walker). 4) In Brief: A: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buffalo Venture (Larkin Co. Exposition Pavilion). B: Graycliff special events. 5) New Frank Lloyd Wright Collection Products (Art & Design: Art Glass; Tiles; Miscellaneous, Home Furnishings, Apparel...   Continued... Pp 40 2009.24.1012
2009
Home, Fort Lauderdale - July 2009 (Published six times a year by Home Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale, FL) Hine, Thomas "The Wright Way., A major exhibition at the Guggenheim celebrates the landmark structure’s 50th birthday and its iconic architect. Half a century after his death, Frank Lloyd Wright is not just a major American architect, but the American Architect. His long, productive, tumultuous and often scandalous life is still the stuff not just of biographies but of sexy novels and even an opera. Fragments of his architecture can command millions in the auction rooms. And Wright’s...   Continued... Pp 50-57 2009.32.0715
2009 Journal of Architectural Coatings - May 2009 (Published seven times a year by Technology Publishing/PaintSquare, Pittsburgh, PA) 1) Anonymous
2) PPG Pittsburgh Paints
1) "The many shades of green. Top Green Projects reflect the multifaceted nature of design and materials that contribute to sustainable-building objectives." Close behind, the rest of the Top Five... Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. PPG’s Pittsburgh Paints brand worked with the Western Conservancy and the managers of the Fallingwater site to develop a program to repaint Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece in Mill Run, PA. Includes two photographs.
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2009
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 033 Winter 2009 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Schiffner, Charles
2) Allsopp, Phil
3) Walker, Anthony; Wright, Thomas
4) Sidy, Victor 5) Novie, Jan
6) Schiffner...
1) President’s Letter.   2) Foundation CEO Message.   3) Chronicles: Winter ‘09.   4) Dean’s Message.   5) Editor’s Word.   6) Learn by Doing.   7) Voices. Bruno Zevi.   8) The Fawcett House.   9) A Meditation.   10) Remembering Two Bay Area Architects. Charles Warren Callister and Jack Pershing Hillmer.   11) University of Hawaii Presentation.   12) Liljestrand House.   13) Calendar: Guggenheim Exhibition.   14) The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.. Includes 53 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Pp 40 2009.50.0918
2009
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 034 Summer 2009 (Published two times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Walker, Anthony 2) Schiffner, Charles Robert 3) Sidy, Victor 4) Maley, Anne 5) Hartsock, Paul 6) Robinson, Sarah... 1) Editor’s Word. 2) President’s Message. 3) Dean’s Letter. 4) Foundation COO Message. 5) Fellows Board bocuses on direction. 6) It takes some nerve... 7) Meditation II. 8) The defining moment. 9) Ocotillo 10) New Taliesin Fellows board directors. 11) Voices. Nettie Weston Cunningham, excerpts from a March 1991 Oral Histories of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. 12) Historic structure report: Drafting Studio. 13) Life Cycles. 14) Noteworthy Books. 15) Chronicles: Summer ‘09...   Continued... Pp 36 2009.49.0618
2009
Narrative Magazine - Winter 2009 (Published by Narrative Magazine, Inc. San Francisco, New York) Boyle, T. Corachessan "Faithless. A Novel Excerpt." An excerpt from the novel "The Woman," Viking, 2009. "Miriam was led into the studio proper and seated in a high-backed Craftsman chair. But this was no ordinary chair, and the thought came home to her with the force of revelation—this was a Frank Lloyd Wright chair. She was sitting in a Frank Lloyd Wright chair, a masterpiece designed by the Master himself! There was genius here, genius invested in the design that lent verticality to the horizontal lines of...   Continued... Pp Cover, 15-22 2009.51.1218
2009 NorthShore Magazine - January 2009 (Published monthly by Pioneer Press, Publications, Glenview, Il) Garrett, Lizzie "The Wright Owners. A modernist Lake Forest house finally finds the owners it deserved." The Charles F. Glore Residence (1951 - S.341). "During the Great Depression Frank Lloyd Wright started designing a series of homes for middle-class families, homes that he later dubbed ‘Usonian’ in style." Includes ten color photographs by Tony Berardi and Sally Good. Original cover price $3.00. 8.2 x 10.5. Pp 46-50 2009.21.0812
2009 Smithsonian - June 2009 (Published monthly by Smithsonian Enterprises, Washington D. C.) Lubow, Arthur "The Triumph of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Guggenheim Museum, turning 50 this year, showcases the trailblazer’s lifelong mission to elevate American society through architecture... Wright’s most iconic buildings was also one of his last." A history of Wright’s life, his work and the Guggenheim Museum. Includes 17 photographs, two of which are original photographs of Wright and museum from 1959, and two illustrations. Original cover price $4.99. 8 x 10.75. Pp 1, 52-61 2009.16.0910
2009 Sunset Magazine - October 2009 (Published monthly by Sunset Publishing Corporation, Menlo Park, CA) Boyle, T.C. "A tall man in a short house. A best-selling author falls in love with a rundown Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece. It changed his life." Boyle, author of "The Women" recalls his first visit to, purchasing, and than restoring the Stewart House, Wright’s first home in California. Includes three photographs. Original cover price $4.99. 8.4 x 10.5. Pp 68-69 2009.08.1009
2009 Views from The Figge Art Museum - Fall 2009 (Published by The Figge Art Museum, Davenport, IA) Anonymous The Wright Stuff. Starting November 21, exhibition on works by Frank Lloyd Wright. A large selection of his work will be on display, including Imperial Hotel coffee service and drapery from the Hurtley House, Oak Park, Illinois, c. 1902. The collection will include an array of architectural drawings, stained glass, furniture, vases, carpets and other works. Includes one photograph of the Imperial Hotel Coffee Service. 8.5 x 11. Digital and printed version. Pg 4 2009.11.1209
2009
Wright Angles - November December 2008 January 2009 Volume 34 #4 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2) McElgunn, Hannah Family legacy. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Notes on a family legacy. David and Gladys Wright. 3) Programs. 4) Wright for the holidays. 5) Accelerated interior restoration marks countdown to Robie House centennial. Includes 1 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 8 2009.46.0618
2009
Wright Angles - February March April 2009 Volume 35 #1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2) Gin, Matthew 4) Keickhefer, Jan Music and Wright. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Music and Modernity. Understanding Frank Lloyd Wright at the turn of the century. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) The potential of Froebel’s gifts. 5) Programs. 6) New and renewing society members. 7) Member resources. 8) Calendar. 9) Shop Wright for kids. 10) Walk Wright in. Includes 16 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 14 2009.47.0618
2009
Wright Angles - August September October 2009 Volume 35 #2 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2 & 4) Reis, Brian Maya Inspiration. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Maya architecture in the Midwest. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) Wright’s Maya sources of inspiration. 5) Programs. 6) New and renewing society members. 7) Member resources. 8) Calendar. 9) Shop Wright. 10) Experience New York and Florida as never before with Wright Way Travel. Includes 18 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 14 2009.48.0618
2009
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2009 Vol. 15 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara 
1) Hice, Denise  2) Pandazi, Maria  3) Hice, Denise  4) Hartmann, Bob 5) Fox, Gail...
1) Wright & Like 2009. Preservation Done Wright.  2) From the President.  3) Burnham Beat: Restoration Update.  4) Friendly Skies at Gilmore House Brunch.  5) On Site: "Somewhere in Time" at the Bernard Schwartz House.  6) Jacobs II House Receives Preservation Award.  7) At Taliesin  8) Monona Terrace: "Leed"ing the Way.  9) Vintage Postcard. Rocky Roost. Includes 12 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 12 2009.42.0516
2009
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2009 Vol. 15 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara 
1) Garver, Thomas  3) Pandazi, Maria 5) Hice, Denise 6) Fayen, Sarah 
8) Johnson...
1) How Do You Add to a Frank Lloyd Wright Building? The First Unitarian Meeting House Expands.  2) Pew House – Wisconsin’s Fallingwater – Highlights 2009 Wright & Like Tour.  3) From the President.  4) Governor Proclaims "Frank Lloyd Wright Remembrance Day."  5) Burnham Beat: Lights, Camera, Restoration, American System Built Home  6) Milwaukee Art Museum Exhibition First to Highlight Turn-of-Century Furniture-Maker  7) Distinctively Different – Lake Geneva Receives...   Continued... Pp 12 2009.43.0516
2009
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2009 Vol. 15 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara  1) Hartmann, Bob 3) Pandazi, Maria   4) Hice, Denise
5) Sanford, Barbara
6) Hesslberg...
1) 1972 Bradley House Fire: A Photographic History.  2) Wright & Like 2010. Racine: Poetic Spaces, Quiet Places, Jun 5, 2010.  3) From the President.  4) Burnham Beat: Restoration Update.  5) Book Review. The Woman: A Review.  6) Mystery in Taliesin graveyard. Stone appears, then disappears.  7) Guerrero Exhibition Opens in Paoli.  8) Who Reads Wright?  9) At Taliesin  10) Vintage Postcard. Burnham Street Home. Includes 13 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 12 2009.44.0516
 

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