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2010
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2010, Vol. 21 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The  Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 2) Hamilton, Mary Jane Frank Lloyd Wright and His Automobiles. 1) Introduction. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright & His Automobiles. A: The crash and its press coverage, B: Speed, style, and status. C: Acquiring the Cord L-29 Phaeton. D: The Packard Saga. E: Paying for the Cord. F: Consequences of Cord ownership. G: Maintaining the Cord. H: The Phaeton’s final cross-country journey. I: A beast of burden. J: Gone but not forgotten. K: The Lincoln Continentals. L: Wright’s second Cord L-29: A Cabriolet. M: Wright acquired...   Continued... Pp 32 2010.08.1012
2010
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly Quarterly - February 2010 (Special Reprint) Vol. 16 No. 1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ) 2) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Editor: Lucas, Suzette; Copyeditor: Urban, Alice Special Reprint of V16#1: Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly’s Encounter with the Arizona Desert. 1) Introduction 2) "Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly’s Encounter with the Desert" 3) "Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly’s Designs for Arizona" 4) "Wright’s Private Living Quarters Now Open for Visitors" 5) "The Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly Foundation" 6) "Books:" "Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly and the House Beautiful" Boyd; Pfeiffer. 7) "Gift Membership Packages." Includes 101 photographs and nine illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 40 2010.20.1014
2010
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2010, Vol. 21 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 2) Severns, Karen 3 & 4) Severns, Karen Frank Lloyd Wright in Japan. 1) Introduction. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright in Japan. A: A passion is ignited. B: The trip of a lifetime. C: Imperial Hotel, Tokyo 1913-1922. The Imperial’s afterlife. 3) Unbuilt Designs. A: United States Embassy. B: Odawara Hotel. C: Ginza Motion Picture Theater. D: Tadashiro Inoue House. E: Prime Minister’s Residence. F: Mihara House. G: Shimpei Goto House. H: Hibiya Triangle Building. 4) Other Designs for Japan. A: Aisaku Hayashi House. B: Tazaemon Yamamura...   Continued... Pp 32 2010.09.1012
2010
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2010, Vol. 21 No. 3. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 2) Holzhueter, Jack; Lilek, Mike; Fox, Gail American System-Built Homes. 1) Introduction. 2) American System-Built Homes: "The Primary Landmark". A: The precursors: Small-house designs 1889-1916. B: The Richards/Wright collaboration effort. C: Burnham Street Site. D: A System of Design. E: A System of Production. F: A System of Construction. G: After Construction. H: Rediscovery. I: Focus on Renewal. J: The Restoration. 3) Fellowship: 75 Years of Taliesin Box Projects (Price Tower exhibition). 4) Books: "Moxie: The...   Continued... Pp 32 2010.10.1012
2010
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2010, Vol. 21 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  3) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks The Collections of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. 1) Introduction. Foundation takes steps to ensure integrity of Wright’s archives and collections. 2) The Collections of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. A: Original Drawings. B) Historic Photographs. C) Manuscripts, correspondence, oral histories & libraries. D) Art Collections. E) Access. 3) The Hitchcock Collection Comes Home. 4) Midway Gardens Chess Set. 5) New Frank Lloyd Wright Collections Products...   Continued... Pp 32 2010.11.1012
2010
Golf & Lifestyle - September/October 2010 (Published by Golf & Lifestyle Magazine, LLC, Sacramento, CA) Stewart, Bobbi The Reawakening of the Dragon Nakoma Golf Resort. The beautiful and pristine land of Gold Mountain has been housing a magnificent sleeping giant for far to long. After over five years of upheaval and bankruptcy court, the Nakoma golf Resort has been sold, and the ‘reawakening’ of The Dragon Golf Course has begun... Nakoma... Golf Resort opened in 200, but the architectural concept was conceived by Frank Lloyd Wright in... Continue...  See our Wright study on the Nakoma Clubhouse & Sculptures. Pp Cover 8 28-33 2010.18.0314
2010
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 035 Summer 2010 (Published two times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Walker, Anthony 2) Schiffner, Charles Robert 3) Wright, Thomas 4) Sidy, Victor 5) Nisbet, Earl 6) Dyson, Arthur 7) Robinson... 1) Editor’s Word. 2) Outgoing President’s Message. 3) Incoming President’s Message. 4) Dean’s Letter. 5) Sole Searching: A Taliesin Reflection. 6) A Day in Volterra 7) The tree house renovation 8) Birth of a radio station: From apprentice desk to on-the-ground. 9) In Memoriam: William Arthur Patrick (1919-2009). 10) New Taliesin Fellows Board Directors. 11) Voices. Frank Lloyd Wright, To The Young [Person] In Architecture. 12) Noteworthy Books. 13) Wright 50. 14) The Educational journey. 15) Calendar...  Continued... Pp 32 2010.34.0618
2010
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 036 Winter 2010-11 (Published two times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Walker, Anthony 2) Wright, Thomas 3) Georges, Aris 4) Huntington, Martha 5) Thompson, Kimbal 6) Hewson... 1) Editor’s Word. 2) President’s Message. 3) Taliesin Next: Student Shelters. 4) Wright’s last remaining hotel reborn. 5) Taliesin Fellows: The Early Years. 6) Preserving at Taliesin: Exploring Mrs. Wright’s bedroom and guest wing. 7) In Memoriam: Robert Beharka. 8) Prairie School Tradition Exhibition & Conference. 9) Chronicles: Winter 2010-11. 10) Voices. Abrom Dombar: Building at Taliesin, 1932-1935. 11) Calendar. Includes 62 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 40 2010.35.0618
2010
Modernism Magazine - Spring 2010 (Published quarterly by Modernism, Lambertville, NJ) Henry, Saxon "A New Dawn for Wright’s Child of the Sun. When Anne Kerr stepped into her presidency at Florida Southern College in June 2004, she was in for a surprise. Her job description suddenly included a heavy dose of architectural conservation. The development didn’t spring from demanding alumni or outside pressure. It was of her own making when she realized that the 12 Frank Lloyd Wright structures on campus, said to be the largest collection of the architect’s works on one site in the world, were...  Continued... Pp 60-69 2010.26.0617
2010 
The New Yorker - October 25, 2010 (Published weekly by Conde Nast, a division of Advanced Magazine Publishers, Inc., New York.) Schjeldahl, Peter The Art World: "Turning Away. The classical revival between the World Wars. The Art World about an exhibit on early twentieth-century classicism at the Guggenheim. ‘Chaos and Classicism: Art in France, Italy, and Germany, 1918-1936,’ at the Guggenheim, introduces us to dozens of unfamiliar artists from a time when the traumas of the First World War induced reactions that were termed ‘the call to order’ in France, ‘the return to craft’ in Italy, and ‘the new objectivity’ in Germany..." See possible alternative cover. Original cover price $5.99. 7.75 x 10.75 Pp 90-91 2010.14.0813
2010
The Magazine of HistoryMiami - Volume 38, No. 1, 2010 (Published by HistoryMiami and the Miami-Dade Cultural Center, Miami, Florida) Henning, Randolph C. "The Relationship of Two Maverick Architects. The American architectural icon Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) taught many apprentices who produced valid architecture based upon his organic philosophy. Incredibly, a few creative disciples learned indirectly from afar and not under the personal tutelage of Wright as an apprentice within the Taliesin Fellowship, Wright’s unconventional school of architecture that he founded in 1932. Unquestionably, one of Florida’s most respected and renowned...   Continued... Pp 2, 19-24 2010.03.0111
2010
Wright Angles - February March April 2010 Volume 36 #1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2) Greenhouse, Wendy 4) Ross, Adam Landscape painters. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Wright and the landscape painters. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) The Robie House: 100 years of influence. 5) Programs. 6) New and renewing society members. 7) Member resources. 8) Calendar. 9) Shop Wright. 10) Walk Wright in. Includes 17 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 14 2010.31.0618
2010
Wright Angles - May June July 2010 Volume 36 #2 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Mercuri, Joan B. 2) Sommers, Steve 4) Bachand, Cheryl A. Uncle Jenkin. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) FLW’s Uncle Jenkin: American reformer. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) Experiencing Beauty: The Robie House as a work of art. 5) Programs. 6) New and renewing society members. 7) Member resources. 8) Calendar. 9) Shop Wright. 10) Experience Chicago and California the Wright way. Includes 17 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 14 2010.32.0618
2010
Wright Angles - August September October 2010 Volume 36 #3 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Oak Park, Ill) 1) Schiefelbein 2) Sommers, Steve 4) Bachand, Cheryl A. Robie House 100. 1) Dear Members and Friends. 2) Robie House 100: An illustrated celebration. 3) Preservation Trust News. 4) Frank Lloyd Wright’s manifesto on modern architecture. 5) Programs. 6) New and renewing society members. 7) Member resources. 8) Calendar. 9) Shop Wright. 10) Now available - A new all-color book on the Robie House. Includes 32 photographs and illustrations. 9.5 x 9.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 14 2010.33.0618
2010
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2010 Vol. 16 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara  1) Hartmann, Bob 2) Pandazi, Maria   3&4) Hice, Denise 8) Henning, Randolph C.  9) Dickison... 1) Wright & Like 2010: Racine/Lenosha. Poetic Spaces, Quiet Places.  2) From the President.  3) Burnham Beat: National Trust Council Visits Burnham.  4) FLLW-WI Awarded Second Save America’s Treasures Grant. 5) On Site: Wright Lecture Series at Monona Terrace.  6) Remembering Eugene Van Tamelen.  7) Hall Houses New Frank Lloyd Wright Library (SC Johnson).  8) At Taliesin  9) Members Tour Chicago Area Wright Homes.  10) Vintage Postcard. S.C. Johnson. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 12 2010.27.0516
2010
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2010 Vol. 16 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara   1) Hice, Denise 2) Pandazi, Maria  3) Hice, Denise  5) Dickison, Theresa  6) Hartmann... 1) The New Prairie Architecture of Kenneth Dahlin – Beauty & Harmony in Design.  2) From the President.  3) Burnham Beat: Burnham Restoration to Receive Preservation Award.  4) New FLLW Books for Children & Adults: Frank Lloyd Wright and His New American Architecture, Kann, 2010; Death in a Prairie House: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Murders, Drennan, 2007   5) On Site: Going Green at Wingspread.  6) Mason House Added to Wright & Like 2010 Tour.  7) Kids’ Architectural Camp...   Continued... Pp 12 2010.28.0516
2011
2011
Caxtonian. Journal of The Caxton Club. May 2011 (Published monthly by The Caxton Club, Aurora, Illinois) Meyer, Jerry D. "Ralph Fletcher Seymour. Arts and Crafts book designer and illustrator, inveterate networker, and habitual clubman of a century ago... During his long and distinguished career, Ralph Fletcher Seymour (1876-1966) played a central role in the evolution of the Chicago book arts scene in the early years of the 20th century." In October 1900 he published "The Eve of St. Agnes", his fourth book. Wright worked with Seymour in 1911 after his return from Europe. Seymour published "The Morality...   Continued... Pp 16 2011.12.1113
2011 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2011, Vol. 22 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  2 & 3) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks  4) Olsberg, Nicholas Taliesin. 100 Years (1911-2011). 1) Introduction. 1911-2011 Taliesin 100 Years. Celebrating the Work of a lifetime. 2) Taliesin: Romance, Tragedy, Rebirth. A: The Valley. B: Taliesin I. C: Taliesin II. D: Taliesin III. 3) Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture for the 21st Century. Milwaukee Art Museum - February 12 - May 15, 2011. A: The call for decentralization: Broadacre City and the Living City. B: Small houses experimentation, innovation in design and materials. C: Commissioned Houses...   Continued... Pp 40 2011.06.1012
2011 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2011, Vol. 22 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 2) Robinson, Sidney K. 3) Guerrero, Pedro E. Celebrating the Work of a Lifetime. 1) Taliesin Centennial. 2) Preservation at Taliesin. 3) Photographing Taliesin. 4) Historic Postcards & Wright (Imperial Hotel, Island Woolen Mills Dam, Arizona Biltmore, Taliesin, Fricke, Cummings, Unity Temple, Sutton, Florida Southern College, Oak Park Home & Studio). 5) In Brief: Wisconsin Special Events. A: A Wright weekend in Wisconsin. B: Wright and Like 2011: Milwaukee. C: Wright & Democracy. 6) News: Wright and Music concert...   Continued... Pp 32 2011.07.1012
2011 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2011, Vol. 22 No. 3. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin. 1) Introduction. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin. A: The Family Homestead. B: Madison Designs. C: Delavan Lake Designs. D: Racine - Early Years. E. Lake Geneva Hotel. F: Milwaukee & Oshkosh. G: A.S. German Warehouse, Richland Center. G: Racine. H: Birth of the Usonian. I: Other Commissioned Houses. J: Unitarian Meeting House. K: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church. L: Erdman Prefabs. M: Wyoming Valley School. N: Wisconsin...   Continued... Pp 40 2011.08.1012
2011 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2011, Vol. 22 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  2) Fici, Filippo. 3) Smith, Kathryn 4) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks 5) Robinson, Sidney K. Frank Lloyd Wright in Italy. 1) Introduction. 2) Frank Lloyd Wright in Florence and Fiesole, 1909-1910. A: The House in Florence. B: Three Americans in Florence. C: Moving to the Villino Belvedere in Fiesole. D: Life in Fiesole. E. Epilogue. 3) The Spirit of Place: The Lessons of Italy (Willits, Taliesin, Imperial Hotel, Storer, Fallingwater, Taliesin West, Walker). 4) Two Projects for Italy. A: Frank Lloyd Wright Studio and Residence - 1910 - Fiesole, Italy. B: Masieri Memorial Students; Library and Dwelling...   Continued... Pp 40 2011.09.1012
2011
Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 037 Winter 2011 (Published twice per year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Hawker, Michael
2) Wright, Thomas
3) Maley, Anne 4) Sidy, Victor 5) Hawker, Michael   6) Slyke, Melinda Van...
Taliesin 1911-2011.   1) A Torch is Passed: A New Editor.   2) President’s Message.   3) Foundation CEO Message.   4) Dean’s Letter.   5) The Seed of Taliesin At 100.   6) A Spring Green View.   7) Reconnection with Old Friends.   8) In Search of an Organic Architecture.   9) Our Legacy: A Call To Action.   10) Centennial Talk at Milwaukee Art Museum: An Important Legacy to Study.   11) This Space Within. Kamal Amin.   12) Taliesin Fellows Gallery. The Eckert Residence by R. Joseph Febris.   13) In... Continued... Pp 44 2011.23.0918
2011
Modernism Magazine - Spring 2011 (Published quarterly by Modernism, Lambertville, NJ) Gunther, Justin "The Kaufmanns of Fallingwater. Modern Tastemakers. Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s icon of the modern movement and one of the world’s most acclaimed houses, celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. Construction began in 1936, and by 1938, when the Museum of Modern Art honored it with a special exhibition, the house was already famous, regarded as a masterwork by both the international architecture community and the general public. Time magazine put the house, along...  Continued... Pp Cover 8 34-41 2011.19.0617
2012
2012 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2012, Vol. 23 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  2&5) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Frank Lloyd Wright in Arizona. 1) Introduction. Exhibition; 75th Anniversary Benefit Reception; Taliesin West Events and Tours. 2) Taliesin West. A look over the rim of the world. A: Wright’s earlier encounters with the Arizona desert. B: The Fellowship visits Arizona. C: Finding a permanent desert site. 3) Timeline and list of Frank Lloyd Wright designs for Arizona. 4) Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic architecture for the 21st century. Phoenix Art Museum Exhibit - December 18, 2011 - April 29...   Continued... Pp 48 2012.05.1012
2012 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2012, Vol. 23 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette  1) Malone, Sean 2) Berndtson, Indira   4) Brierly, Cornelia Taliesin West: 1937-2012, 75. 1) Letter From the CEO. 2) Olgivanna Lloyd Wright - A "Vivid Inspiration". 3) Archives Project: Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, Correspondence and Manuscripts. 4) Taliesin West: The Early Years. 5) Cornelia Brierly. 6) Sculpture in Motion: The Work of Heloise Crista. 7) Books: "Frank Lloyd Wright, Art Collector", "On and By Frank Lloyd Wright", "Saving Wright: The Freeman House", "Nesting: Body, Dwelling, Mind", "Houses Made of Wood and Light", "Skirting...   Continued... Pp 36 2012.06.1012
2012 Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2012, Vol. 23 No. 3. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette   3) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks   4) McCrea, Ron The SC Johnson Gallery: At Home with Frank Lloyd Wright. 1) Donor Support for Energizing Taliesin West Recognized. 2) The SC Johnson Gallery: At Home with Frank Lloyd Wright. 3) The Prairie Houses. A: Designs for the American Prairie. B: B. Harley Bradley House. C: Warren Hickox House. D: House for a Prairie Town. E: Susan Lawrence Dana House. F: Ward W. Willits House. G: William R. Heath House. H: Thomas P. Hardy House. I: Frederick C. Robie House. J: Coonley Playhouse...   Continued... Pp 36 2012.07.1012
2012
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2012, Vol. 23 No. 4 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette
3) Olsberg, Nicholasd
1) Groundbreaking Joint Stewardship of Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. The Museum of Modern Art, Columbia University Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. 2) All in the Hands (12 photographs of Wright by Guerrero). 3) An Archives Chronicle: Forty Views of Wright the Reformer: Reforming the Home, 1891-1913; Reforming the City, 1914-30; Reforming Society, 1930-42; Reforming the World, 1943-1959. 4) Books 5) New Frank Lloyd Wright...   Continued... Pp 40

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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 038 Fall 2012 (Published two times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Hawker, Michael 2) Wright, Thomas 3 & 4) Barthelemey, Thomas 5) Kadoch, Aaron 6) Robinson, Sidney 7) Robinson... 1) Editor’s Word: Your moral circle. 2) Outgoing President’s Message. 3) Incoming President’s message. 4) Taliesin Fellows Committees. Why Haiti? 5) Taliesin Fellows on the internet. 6) A Contained world of ornament (imperial Hotel). 7) Minding design. 8) Recent Apprentice Work: Pranav Naik. 9) Recent Apprentice Work: Max Borshchevskiy. 10) Taliesin Fellows Gallery. The Stein Residence by Alden B. Dow. Midland Michigan. 11) A Tribute: Lawrence R. Brink (1937-2011). 12) Excerpts from an Oral...   Continued... Pp 36 2012.30.0618
2012 Preservation. The Magazine of the National Trust for Historic Preservation - Spring 2012 (Published quarterly by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D.C.) 3) Snider, Bruce D. 5&6) Berke, Arnold 7) Skolnik, Lisa 1) Timeline: "Frank Lloyd Wright and Hotel Design." Includes Como Orchards, Bitter Root Inn, Park Inn Hotel, Lake Geneva Hotel, Imperial Hotel. Includes four photographs. 2) "American masterpieces." Full page ad includes image of the Pope-Leighey House. 3) "Growing Up Wright. Donna Grant Reilly’s parents built a Frank Lloyd Wright house, mostly with their own hands - one stone at time. In 1945, Doug and Jackie Grant (1946 - S.288) set out to build a house on he wooded lot they’d...   Continued... Pp 1) 8-12
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Fall 2012 Volume 3 Issue 2 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Perkins, Scott W.  2) Woodin, Larry  3) Gilmore, Lesley M.  4) Herr, Jeffrey 5) Forsberg, Eric Jackson 6) Cleary... Interior Artistry. 1) On the Surface.  2) President’s Message.  3) The Colors of Wright: Paint Analysis At the Robert G. Emmond House.  4) Illuminating the Past at Hollyhock House.  5) Framing the Hearth: Wright’s Fireplace Surrounds.  6) Wright and the Corner Office. 7) Architectural Paintings: Murals for Frank Lloyd Wright Residential Interiors.  8) Executive Director’s Letter. A Challenge in Phoenix.  9) Events. Includes 56 photographs. 8.5 x 11. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 26 2012.29.0619
2012
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2012 Vol. 17 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara  1) Hertzberg, Mark  2) Hartmann, Robert  3) Hertzberg, Mark   4) Perkins... 1) SC Johnson Conserves FLLW Artifacts.  2) From the President.  3) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin: Illustrated by Vintage Postcards, by Randolph C. Henning, 2011  4) PrairieMod Receives Wright Spirit Award.  5) SC Johnson: Exemplary Steward of FLLW Buildings.  6) Wright on the Road.  7) Blowing up the Onion: Historic Preservation & the Physical Context of Historic Architecture.  8) At Taliesin  9) In Memorium.  10) A Unique Perspective of Wright Design.  11) Historic Photo. Arthur R. Munkwitz...   Continued... Pp 12 2012.23.0516
2012
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2012 Vol. 17 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara  2) Hartmann, Robert  3) Fox, Gail   4) Martinelli, Bill 5) Boyd, Terry 6) Holzhueter, Jack... 1) Wright & Like 2012: Spring Green Hidden Treasures.  2) From the President.  3) Thread of Influence: Fall Tour to Spotlight Houses by Frank Lloyd Wright, Russel Bar Williamson & John Bloodgood Schuster.  4) 20 Years Living Wright: Celebration of Seth Peterson Cottage Restoration.  5) Burnham Beat. Inside the American System-Built Model B1 House.  6) Help Make a Beautiful Neighborhood to Model B1.  7) Sean Malone New Head of FLLW Foundation.  8) At Taliesin  9) SC Johnson Gallery...   Continued... Pp 12 2012.24.0516
2012
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2012 Vol. 17 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara   1, 3 & 5) Hertzberg, Mark  2) Hartmann, Robert   4) Boyd, Terry  7) Shokler, Sherri 8) Dahlin... 1) FLLW Wisconsin Purchases American System-Built House.  2) From the President.  3) Gene Szymczak: Hardy House’s New Owner  4) Burnham Beat: Burnham Street Docent Program  5) Wright "At Home" at SC Johnson  6) Fall Tour Recap  7) Wright & Like: 2012 Review & 2013 Preview. 2012: What a Marvelous Event It Was.  8) UWM Course on Wright’s Organic Architecture  9) At Taliesin  10) Book Review: Building Taliesin: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home of Love and Loss, Ron McCrea, 2012.  11) In...   Continued... Pp 12 2012.25.0516
2013
2013 American Bungalow - Spring 2013 (Published quarterly by American Bungalow, Sierra Madre, CA) Forsyth, Douglas J. "When less is more. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buffalo Cottages." Darwin Martin Residence (1904 - S.100-102) and Gardner’s Cottage (1905 - S.090), and the George Barton Residence (1903 - S.103). "...Many visitors come away from this historic site with a curious reaction: they report more vivid memories of the smaller structures on the property - the four bedroom Barton house, designed for Darwin Martin’s sister and brother-in-law, and the 1,700-square-foot Gardener’s cottage - than...   Continued... Pp Cover, 18-31 2013.01.0313
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American Bungalow - Summer 2013 (Published quarterly by American Bungalow, Sierra Madre, CA) 1) Forsyth, Douglas J.  2) Krolikowski, Aaron 1) "Good Bones and Urban Survival: Staying Put in Parkside." Includes Frank Lloyd Wright homes in the Parkside neighborhood in Buffalo, N.Y., including the Darwin Martin complex and the Walter V. Davidson Residence. Includes six photographs related to the two Wright homes.  2) "Buffalo’s Treasurers Are Worth Preserving." Includes one photograph of the FLW Darwin Martin Residence. Original cover price $8.95. 8.4 x 10.9 Pp 62-75 109 2013.23.1217
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Cincinnati - July 2013 (Published monthly by Cincinnati Magazine, Cincinnati, OH) Murtha, Lisa "Automatic For the People. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Automatic homes were designed to bring homebuilding to the masses, but only a handful were ever built. Now, one of those - the Tonkens House in Amberley Village - is on the market for the first time. Take a look inside the master’s domain. Includes eight photographs by Ryan Kurtz. Original cover price $4.95. 8 x 10.5 Pp 8, 74-81 2013.09.0614
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2013, Vol. 24 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 1) Malone, Sean

Pedro E. Guerrero. Views from Both Sides of the Camera. 1) Letter from the CEO. 2) Pedro E. Guerrero. Views from Both Sides of the Camera. 3) New Books 4) FLW Foundation News 5) Wright Sites Open for Public Access. 6) The Taliesin Fellowship Gathers to Celebrate Eightieth Anniversary. Includes 53 illustrations and photographs. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 8.5 x 11

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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2013 Vol. 24 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Lucas, Suzette 1) Malone, Sean 3) Gyure, Dale Allen 5) West, Jonathan Florida Southern College. 1) Letter from the CEO. 2) Preserve, Shape, Transform. 3) A Lost Opportunity: Wright’s Music Building at Florida Southern College. A) Wright and the Theater. B) The Master Plan. C) Music Building 1. D) Music Building 2. E) Music Building 3. F) One Last Try. G) Epilogue. 4) Florida Southern College: Preserving the Wright-Designed Campus. A) Preservation Challenges. B) The esplanades. C) The Water Dome. D) Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. E) Ordway...   Continued... Pp 48 2013.07.0414
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2013, Vol. 24 No. 3. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: West, Jonathan  1) Malone, Sean 3) Arbib, Michael; Gang, Jeanne; McGilchrist, Iain; Pallasmaa, Juhani... 1) Letter from the CEO.  2) Wright News: David Wright House; Elam House; Wright birthday celebration.  3) Minding Design: Exploring the Intersection of Neuroscience, Design Education and the Imagination.  4) Frank Lloyd Wright reflects on Skyscrapers, Jeanne Gang reflects on Building Them.  5) Transformations. An Interview with Walter Robb.  6) Community. A Tribute to Cornelia Brierly, Dr. Joe Rorke, and The Taliesin Fellowship.  7) Learning Through the Skin.  8) Wright Sites Open for Public Access...   Continued... Pp 48 2013.18.0417
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2013 Vol. 24 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Malone, Sean 5) McCrea, Ron 5) West, Jonathan 6) Patterson, David W. 7) Berndtson, Indira 1) Letter from the CEO. 2) Wright News in Brief. 3) Wright Books. 4) Wright Events. 5) Civic and Celebration. Wright’s Marin County Civic Center. 5) Transformations. Herb Kritz Remembers the Wrights and Apprentices at Taliesin. 6) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Musical Origins. 7) Artist to Artist, Marion Pike and the Wrights. 8) Wright Sites. 9) Inset: The Wright Life (8 page catalog.) Includes 102 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 48 2013.08.0414
2013
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Vol 1, No 1. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Editors: Henning, Randolph C.; O’Malley, Eric M.; Scott, William B.;  2) Scott, William B.;  3) Mosher, Robert 1) Introduction.  2) 75 Years at Taliesin West. (Extensive pictorial essay of Taliesin West.)  3) In The Arizona Desert, Taliesin West (Reprint from Taliesin !, February 1941, pp30-35. Includes 59 images. Original cover price $20.00 per issue. 8.5 x 11 Pp 40 2013.15.0217
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Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Vol 1, No 2. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL)
Editors: Henning, Randolph C.; O’Malley, Eric M.; Scott, William B.;  3) Feddersen, Phil H. 1) Introduction.  2) Phil H. Feddersen, Architect. 3) Some Thoughts on the Creative Architect. Includes 55 images. Original cover price $20.00 per issue. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 8.5 x 11 Pp 40 2013.16.0217
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 039 Winter 2013 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Thompson, Kimbal 2) Barthelemey, Thomas 3) Malone, Sean 4) Sidy, Victor 5) Amin, Kamal 6) Lapp, Deborah 7) Varros... 1) JTF Editor’s message. 2) President’s Message. 3) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation CEO message. 4) Dean’s message 5) Frank Lloyd Wright, The last of the founding fathers. 6) Surrounded by sculpture: The joy and value of organic architecture. 7) Designing the perfect gift - Taliesin apprentice box projects. 8) Morphohedron: Work of Stephen Wilmoth 9) History of the Taliesin Fellows. Part II: The next ten years: 2000 to 2010. 10) Noteworthy Books. 11) A philosophical summary of Organic Architecture...   Continued... Pp 36v 2013.26.0618
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 040 Summer 2013 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Thompson, Kimbal 2) Barthelemey, Thomas 3) Malone, Sean 4) Sidy, Victor 6) Subra, Mani 7) Spencer, Brian... 1) JTF Editor’s message. 2) President’s Message. 3) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation CEO message. 4) Dean’s message 5) Meet new Taliesin Fellows Board Members 6) Work of Mani and Radika Subra 7) Energizing Taliesin West. 8) The Taliesin Education: From concept to the Present. 9) Wes and Taliesin West 10) Noteworthy Books. 11) In Memoriam, Maxine Pfefferkorn; Paolo Soleri; Dr. Joseph Rorke. Includes 71 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 40 2013.27.0618
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 041 Fall 2013 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1 & 4) Thompson, Kimbal;  2, 8 & 13) Barthelemey, Thomas;  3) Schildroth, James... 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) President’s Message.  3) The Creative Mind.  4) Work of Roy Seikichi Oshiro.  5) Recollections of Taliesin with Frank Lloyd Wright, 1951 - 1959.  6) Organic Graphics. An interview with Frank Lloyd Wright.  7) Development in the Valley of the Sun.  8) Under Construction. Part 1. Carlson Residence.  9) Part 2. Gettysburg Elementary School Remodeling.  10) In Memorial: Elizabeth Wright Ingraham. 11) In Memorial: Sarah Margaret Houston Logue.  12) In Memorial: Barbara Kaiser.  13) In Memorial...   Continued... Pp 40 2013.14.0217
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Spring 2013 Volume 4 Issue 1 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Wojeik, Marta   2) Woodin, Larry 3) Murphy, Keiran   4) Nemtin, Frances   5) Quinan, Jack 6) Mahoney, Patrick J... In Unity With Nature. 1) Stop and Smell the Roses.   2) President’s Message. 3) Landscape at Taliesin: Carrying on the Legacy. 4) Taliesin West Recollections.  5) Recapturing the Landscape of the Darwin D. Martin House.  6) Graycliff: Landscape for the Lakefront Estate. 7) Growing with the Times: The Weltzheimer-Johnson House. 8) The Coonley House: Unity of Landscape and Architecture.  9) Restoring the Westcott House Gardens.  10) Wasmuth Portfolio.  11) Executive Director’s...   Continued... Pp 26 2013.25.0618
2013 Town & Country - March 2013 (Published 11 times a year by Hearst Magazines International, New York) Anonymous "Artist in Residence. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, his winter home in the Arizona desert, provides the backdrop for sprint collections that infuse architectural minimalism with Bohemian flair. Includes 13 photographs by Bettina Lewin, three historic images by Hendrich Blessing, Russell Lee (1957) and Tony Vaccaro (1940). 9 x 10.8. Original cover price $4.50. Pp 21, 106-117 2013.02.0313
2013
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2013 Vol. 18 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara   2) Hartmann, Robert   4&5) Boyd, Terry   6) Dahlin, Ken 7) Henning, Randolph C.  8) Dahlin, Ken 1) Special Spring Event: Hardy House Tour.   2) From the President.   3) Mary Jane Hamilton & Jack Holzhueter Receive Wright Spirit Awards   4) Burnham Beat: Continuous Learning for Docents. Construction is Gearing Up.   5) Barbara Elsner: Moving Forward   6) What’s So Special about Wright?   7) At Taliesin.   8) Ron McCrea Talk at Golden Rondelle   9) Mark Hertzberg to Serve on Wright on the Park Board.   10) Hardy House Restoration   11) Vintage Postcard. Taliesin. Includes 21 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 (Digital Copy) Pp 12 2013.19.0516
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Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2013 Vol. 18 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara   1) Hice, Denise  2) Hartmann, Robert   3) Dahlin, Ken   4) Boyd, Terry 6) Henning, Randolph C. 1) Wright & Like 2013: Greetings from Lake Country   2) From the President.   3) Wright’s Middle Way   4) Burnham Beat. The Layton Boulevard West Neighborhoods   5) Sherri Shokler: Our Public Face.   6) At Taliesin.   7) Hardy House Tour a Success.   8) SC Johnson Research Tower to Open for Tours   9) Vintage Postcard. Charles A. Stevens Lodge. Includes 23 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 12 2013.20.0516
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Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2013 Vol. 18 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Sanford, Barbara   2) Berg, Lois   3) Dahlin, Ken   4) Boyd, Terry 5) Hertzberg, Mark   6) Stefansson. Pamela... 1) New Chapter for A. D. German Warehouse   2) From the President.   3) Ornament and Crime   4) Burnham Beat. From a Drawing to a Chair   5) Lois Berg: New Board President   6) On Site: Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center.   7) Farewell to Lake Country and Wright & Like 2013.   8) Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior.   9) Madison "Wrightian" Houses May Qualify for National Register.   10) At Taliesin.   11) Jack Holzhueter Receives Madison Trust Award.   12) In Celebration of Pedro...   Continued... Pp 12 2013.21.0516
2014
2014
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2014, Vol. 25 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: West, Jonathan 2) Fabian, Carole Ann; Parks, Janet 3) Bergdoll, Barry 4) West, Jonathan 5) McCrea, Ron 1) Wright News   2) New York Welcomes the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives. Archives moved to MOMA.   3) Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density Vs. Dispersal. Exhibiting Wright at MOMA.   4) Transformations Interview. A Conversation with Bob Roth. 5) Letters Through the Snow. An account of the first winter at Taliesin. 6) Wright Sites Open for Public Access. We supplied one image for the article "Frank Lloyd Wright and the City". Includes 71 illustrations and photographs...   Continued... Pp 62 2014.01.0114 2014.02.0114
2014
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2014, Vol. 25 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: West, Jonathan 2) Breidenbach, Emily 3) Sergeant, John 4) Perkins, Scott 5) West, Jonathan 6) Flesch, Erik

1) Wright News. 2) John Sergeant, Scholar-In-Residence. 3) Above and Below: A Further Reflection on the Taliesins. Taliesin Spring Green and Taliesin West. 4) In the Abstract: Eugene Beyer Masselink. A bio and the designs of Masselink. 5) Transformations Interview: A Conversation with Jimenez Lai. 6) SC Johnson Research Tower Reawakens. The Tower is open to the public. 7) Wright sites Open to the Public. 8.5 x 11. Includes 69 illustrations and photographs.

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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2014, Vol. 25 No. 3. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: West, Jonathan 3) McCrea 4) West, Jonathan 5) Lozar, Miguel De 1) Wright News. 2) Wright Books & Recommended reading. Includes "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Nakoma Clubhouse and Sculptures." 3) Love’s Labors Not Lost. Building Taliesin, "Building Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home of Love and Loss." 4) Open & Accessible: The Kenneth & Phyllis Laurent House. 5) Ocatillo, the Sailboat of the Desert. In depth study of Ocatillo. 6) Wright sites Open to the Public. 8.5 x 11. Includes 54 illustrations and photographs. Pp 52 2014.17.0215
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2014, Vol. 25 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: West, Jonathan 4) Brown, David M. 5) Flesch, Eric 6) West, Jonathan

1) Wright News. 2) Wright Books & Recommended reading. 3) The Frank Lloyd Wright  Foundation in 2014 and Beyond: Impact and Engagement. 4) Wright’s Music for the Masses: ASU Gammage Celebrates 50 Years. 5) Jim Pfefferkorn: Two Decades with Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship. 6) Transformations: Gunny Harboe. 7) Wright sites Open to the Public. 8.5 x 11. Includes 87 illustrations and photographs.

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Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 2, No 3. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Issue Editor Henning, Randolph C. "A Festival for the Eyes, Organic Abstract Holiday Cards." A collection of "organic" holiday cards which include: American Terra-Cotta, 1922; Louis Sullivan, 1923; Frank Lloyd Wright, 1907; William "Beye" Fyfe, 1933, 1957; Chandle Montgomery, c 1928; Taliesin Fellowship, 1932, 1935; Eugene Masselink, Undated, 1938, c 1943, 1946, 1977, 1983, 1984, 1988; Kamal Amin; William Wesley Peters; Margaret Allen Montooth; Arron Green, 1951, 1996; Cornelia Brierly; John Howe, 1978...   Continued... Pp 40 2014.19.0115
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 042 Spring 2014 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1) Thompson, Kimbal;  2) Barthelemey, Thomas;  3) Laraway, Frank;  4) Stitt, Fred... 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) President’s Message.  3) Letter from JTF Reader.   4) How Did Frank Lloyd Wright’s "Thought-Built" Architecture Become Green Building?  5) New Taliesin Board Members: Randolph C. Henning; Heublein, Michael; Clark, Chelsea.  6) Current Apprentice Box Projects: Irakiza, Edgar; Knox, Daniel; Moncayo, Pablo.  7) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Princiuples of Organic Architecture.  8) Work of John Lautner.  9) Under Construction.  10) Eco Villages, Sustainable Communities...   Continued... Pp 40 2014.28.0217
2014
SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Bldg Conservancy - Spring 2014, Volume 5, Issues 1&2 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Bldg Conservancy, Chicago)

1) Longstreth, Richard
2) Quinan, Jack
4) Kamin, Blair 5) Scherubel, Ron 6) Levine, Neil  
7) Halstead, Janet  8)...

1) "Wright and Historic Preservation in the United States. 1950-1975." Includes Midway Gardens, Robie, Fallingwater, Pope, Imperial Hotel, Home & Studio. 2) "The origins of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. The Darwin D. Martin House (1903-05 in Buffalo, New York, vacated by Isabelle Martin in 1937, suffered a long period of neglect, alterations and partial demolition until 1976, when the threat of turning the principal Martin residence - then a property of the University at Buffalo...   Continued... Pp 49 2014.04.0614
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SaveWright in Brief, Frank Lloyd Wright Bldg Conservancy - August 2014 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Bldg Conservancy, Chicago) Anonymous 1) Celebrating 25 years of Saving Wright at Phoenix Conference. 2) German Warehouse in Good Hands. 3) Lamp House Site Safe... For Now. 4) 2014 Annual Meeting and Board Elections. Wright’s Laurent House Now Open. 5) In Memoriam: Quinton Blair. 6) An overview of 2013 Financial Results. 7) Auction Action. 8) Out and About Wright Hits Seattle. 9) Progressive Dinner in Usonia (Pleasantville, New York). 10) Wright Public Sites Directors Gather for Summit at Wingspread. 11) Wright...   Continued... Pp 12 2014.06.0914
2014
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2014 Vol. 19 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Templeton, Scott K.  1) Bridgeman, Michael  2) Berg, Lois Y. 3) Boyd, Terry; Lilek, Mike  5) Levine, Jeffrey 6) Schnell... 1) Preserving the Lamp House.  2) President’s Message. 3) News Briefs.  4) Burnham Beat: Wright in Wisconsin Received Exceptionally Good Publicity.  5) Wisconsinites Honored with Wright Spirit Awards.  6) Faces of Our Organization.  7) At Taliesin.  8) Wisconsin Wright Sites Tours & Events.  9) Vintage Postcard. Taliesin Fire. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 (Digital Copy) Pp 12 2014.35.0516
2014
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2014 Vol. 19 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Templeton, Scott K.  1) Hice, Denise 2) Berg, Lois Y.  5) Bridgeman, Michael  6) Hertzberg, Mark... Wright and Like 2014: Driving Mr. Wright.  1) It’s time to Hit the Road!  2) President’s Message.  3) News Briefs. 4) A Long Awaited Peek Behind the Pyrex Veil. SC Johnson Research Tower.  5) Future Looking Brighter for Lamp House.  6) Hardy House Restoration Completed.  7) Form & Function.  8) A Stove for American System-Built B1.  9) Changs at Monona Terrace.  10) At Taliesin. 11) Wisconsin Wright Sites Tours & Events.  12) Vintage Postcard. Hillside Home School. Includes 36 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 16 2014.36.0516
2014
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2014 Vol. 19 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Templeton, Scott K.  1) Bridgeman, Michael  2) Berg, Lois Y. 4) Loppnow, Marty  5) Lilek, Mike  6) Dahlin... Welcome Home.  1) Wright Prints Return to Wisconsin. Historical Society secures set of American System-Built drawings.  2) President’s Message.  3) Open House at A.D. German; Honoring organic architecture; Expanded Wingspread tours.  4) Three Generations of Wright Fans. It’s all in the family for the owner of the Morey House.  5) Cream of the Crop. Restoration work in Milwaukee earns FLLW WI an award.  6) The Japanese Connection.  7) Burnham Beat: Fresh Help.  8) At Taliesin.  9) It All Started With...   Continued... Pp 16 2014.37.0516
2015
2015
Classic Car - May 2015 (Published monthly by Hemming Motor News, Bennington, Vermont) Shea, Terry "Art of Design. Frank Lloyd Wright and his 1940 Lincoln Continental. Frank Lloyd Wright was that rarest of architects whose name and work transcended his field, becoming part of the lexicon of 20th century culture, in the U.S. and beyond. His work such as Fallingwater, Robie House and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum remain familiar to those who don't even consider themselves aficionados of architecture. Wright's status as a celebrity remains unrivaled in the field...   Continued... Pp 40-43 2015.04.0715
2015
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2015, Vol. 26 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: West, Jonathan 1) Malone, Sean 5) West, Jonathan 6) McCrea, Ron 7) Scanlan, Dick 1) Letter From the CEO. 2) Wright News in Brief: Aaron Betsky, Unesco’s World Heritage List; Wright Cars; Hollyhock House. 3) Wright Events. 4) Wright Books 5) Building with Brick. Adam Reed Tucker Tackles Taliesin West (Legos). 6) Monumental Women: Hilla von Rebay; Hani Motoko; Vera Schultz; Mary Lescohier. 7) Transformations: Dick Scanlan & Josh Schmidt (Musicians). 8) Wright sites Open to the Public. Includes 59 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 52 2015.23.0417
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2015, Vol. 26 No. 3&4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Malone, Sean  2) Cuerrero, Dixie Legler  7) McCrea  8) Zimmerman, Ann  10) Johnson, Fisk  11) Georges, Aris 25Years. 1) Letter From the CEO.  2) Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly Celebrates 25 Years.  3) Wright News in Brief  4) Wright Events.  5) Wright Books  6) Gift Ideas  7) Bachman-Wilson House at Crystal Bridges: Seeking Higher Ground.  8) Wasmuth Portfolio Continued its Appeal.  9) Share the inspiration.  10) Transformation: Fisk Johnson. S. C. Johnson.  11) William Wesley Peters.  12) Wright sites Open to the Public.  13) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.  14) The Frank Lloyd Wright Leadership Circle...   Continued... Pp 80 2015.24.0417
2015
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 3, No 1. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Issue Editor Henning, Randolph C.:
1) Wharton, Samuel; Apostolou, Dakotah
1) "Frank Henry. A Personal Transformation." "The idea of organic architecture has been the essence of my architectural work... at least as I have interpreted the organic principles. What one does with one’s life is of the highest importance. My choice to become an Architect has been very rewarding in many ways. As you said, ‘do not get into architecture unless you love it.’ " - Frank Henry., excerpted from an unpublished letter to Frank Lloyd Wright, 2011 (back cover). Includes 55 images...   Continued... Pp 40 2015.02.0715
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Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Vol 3, No 2. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Issue Editors Henning, Randolph C.; O’Malley, Eric M.; Scott, William B. Jr. 1) Henning; Randolph C. 1) "Frank Lloyd Wright’s American System-Built Houses project was an important project for an important client - Arthur Lionel Richards (1877-1955). It is not known when Wright and Richards first met but it is a fact that they were working together on another project (the Lake Geneva Hotel), shortly after Wright had just returned from his year long hiatus in Europe. Prior to this mysterious and sudden disappearance he was enjoying much notoriety and success with his unconventional domestic...   Continued... Pp 40 2015.05.0915
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 045 Spring 2015 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Thompson, Kimbal; 1, 3, 13 & 14) Thompson, Kimbal;  2) Sidy, Victor E.;  4) Betsky, Aaron;  5) Malone... 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) Dean’s Message.  3) President’s Message.  4) On the Road to Taliesin.  5) Letter To The JTF.  6) Letter to the JTF Editor.  7) Letter to Editor JTF: Report 2014. Taliesin, Taliesin West, The FLLW Foundation, and Taliesin Preservation.  8) Student Work.  9) My Grandfather.  10) Orator Owned Farm Here.  11) David Samuel Wright House Update.  12) Taliesin West Kitchen.  13) Phoenix Art Museum Jury.  14) Dinner at Taliesin West.  15) In Memoriam: James Charles Montooth.  16) Acute...   Continued... Pp 44 2015.21.0217
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 046 Summer 2015 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1 & 8) Scott, William Blair;  2) Thompson, Kimbal;  3) Betsky, Aaron; 4) Cordova, Mark... 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) President’s Message.  3) Dean’s Message.  4) Student Work.  5) Letters To The JTF  6) My Journey With Frank Lloyd Wright / Allen B Dow.  7) Frank Lloyd Wright in Michigan.  8) Work by the Taliesin Associated Architects in Michigan.  9) Taliesin West Kitchen  10) In Memoriam: Robert Charles Broward; Frances Nemtin. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 36 2015.22,0217
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 47, Fall 2015 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1 & 4) Henning, Randolph C.  2) Thompson, Kimbal  3) Betsky, Aaron 5 & 6) Baker, Jeffrey... 1) Editor’s Message  2) President’s Message  3) Dean’s Message  4) Organic Architecture in Florida, including Florida Southern College  5) The Interior Restoration of the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel at Florida Southern College  6) The Usonian House at FSC  7) George and Clifton Lewis Residence  8) Taliesin West - Summer 1958  9) Taliesin West Kitchen  10) In Memoriam, Iovanna Lloyd Wright  11) Noteworthy Book, Building the Usonian House. Includes 77 photographs of which we assisted by supplying two. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 40 2015.11.1215
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Bldg Conservancy - Spring 2015 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Bldg Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Payne, Edith  2) Longstreth, Richard  3) Smith, Kathryn;  4) Severns, Karen;  5) Siry, Joseph M.;  6) Widell, Cherilyn  7)... 1) The Imperial and Beyond (Imperial Hotel). 2) Fulfilling its mission. 3) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Imperial Hotel: A Chronology. 4) Arata Endo: Wright Collaborator and Iconoclast to the Last. 5) Frank Lloyd Wright, Truscon and the Construction of the Imperial Hotel. 6) Saving the Building That Moved Our Hearts: How Tokyo’s Myonichikan Was Preserved. 7) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Architecture of Japanese Prints. 8) The Path to World Heritage 9) Wisconsin: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Laboratory. Includes 58 photographs and Illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 26 2015.01.0715
2015
SaveWright in Brief, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - August 2015 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) Anonymous 1) Annual Conference Views Wisconsin As Wright’s Laboratory. 2) Muirhead Safe from Power Lines. 3) New Owners for 4 Wright Houses. 4) Five Honorees To Receive Wright Spirit Awards at Conservancy’s 2015 Gala. 5) Samara Named National Landmark. 6) Out and About Wright Recap. 7) Touring Wright’s Ravine Bluffs. 8) Experience Elegant Dinners in Wright Homes. 9) Wright on the Market. 10) "John H. Howe, Architect," Hession; Quigley, $50, U of Minnesota Press. 11) "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Scholarly Clients...   Continued... Pp 12 2015.06.0915
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Fall 2015 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building  Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Lockhart; Susan 2) Levine, Neil 3) Alofsin, Anthony 4 & 5) Quinan, Jack 7) Holzhueter, Jack 8) Lockhart; Susan 11)... 1) Wright and Photography. 2) Wright, Photography and the Design Process. 3) Photographs and the Wasmuth Folios 4) Wright and Photography: The Early Years. 5) Wright’s Photographs. 6) William Wesley Peters on Wright and Photography. 7) Wright and Fuermann: An Architect and His Photographer. 8) Wright’s Reliance on Photography for His Later House Designs. 9) Auldbrass. 10) Out and About: Arkansas. 11) Committing to the Future. Includes 50 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 28 2015.07.0915
2015
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2015 Vol. 20 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Templeton, Scott K. 1) Moe, Doug  2) Berg, Lois Y. 4) Hall, George 6) Ditmer, Michael  8) Burke... 1) Right Man for Wright Design. James Dennis, steward of the Jacobs I House for over 30 years.  2) President’s Message.  3) In Memoriam: Frances Nemtin.  4) Wright and Like 2015: Madison.  5) Jacobs II Tour Opportunity. 6) "Still Bend" Celebrates Anniversary. The Bernard Schwartz House turns 75.  7) Wasmuth Lithographs on Display. New exhibition at SC Johnson offers rare opportunity.  8) SC Johnson joins Chicago Architectural Biennial.  9) So What Does "Organic" Actually Mean? 10) Wright...   Continued... Pp 16 2015.27.0516
2015
Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2015 Vol. 20 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Templeton, Scott K. 1) Hertzberg, Mark  2) Berg, Lois Y. 4) Shokler, Sherr  5) Gussert, Andy  6) Dahlin... 1) A Rarity: Unknown Wright Found. FLLW WI board member documents "new" ASBH house.  2) President’s Message.  3) News Briefs.  4) Wright and Like 2015 Review. Madison tour a success – 25 states represented.  5) Wright Trail Efforts Detoured for Now. A mandate to create an official tourism route is left unfunded.  6) What Is Organic Architecture?  7) In Memoriam: Jim Yoghourtjian.  8) At Taliesin.  9) Wisconsin Wright Sites Tours & Events.  10) Vintage Postcard. Hillside...   Continued... Pp 16 2015.28.0516
2016
2016
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2016 V27#1 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Malone, Sean   3&4) Fisher, Eva   5) Boyle, Brigid 6) Volner, Ian 8) Fisher, Eva 9) Scott, Athena  10) Gamble, Michael... Taliesin West’s New and Historic Future.  1) Letter From the CEO.   2) Preservation Zoning Plan of Taliesin West.   3) Letter from the Guest Editor.   4) Building What Matters. Taliesin West.   5) Full Stop? Period Significance, Taliesin West.   6) Building the Right Approach.  7) Thank You.   8) You Spin me Right Round. Guggenheim Museum.  9) A Vision Uncovered. Madison Home.  10) Honoring History. AIA Taliesin West Colloquium.  11) Visitor’s View. La Jolla House.  12) Foundation appoints...   Continued... Pp 56 2016.13.0417
2016
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2016 V27#2 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Graff, Stuart 2) Brettell, Richard  3) Abernathy, Ann  4) Marshall, Charles T.  5) Degen, Mike  6) Rose, Alison,,, 1) Letter From the CEO.  2) Foreward. Frank Lloyd Wright in Dallas-Fort Worth  3) Of Time and The Theater. How Frank Lloyd Wright’s "New Theater" became a Dallas Treasure.  4) Where Dallas Once Stood. Frank Lloyd Wright and the Rogers Lacy Hotel.  5) Driftless Hills. Re-establishing the Vegetation Footprint and Composition of the Welsh Hills as they were in Wright’s Time.  6) Upward Climb. Wright’s Mile high Building.  7) The Unraveling. The Guggenheim.  8) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News...   Continued... Pp 40 2016.14.0417
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2016 V27#3 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Graff, Stuart 2) Georges, Aris  3) Smith, Kathryn  4) Perkins, Scott W.  5&7) Georges, Aris 6) O’Malley, Eric M. 1) Letter From the CEO.  2) Letter From The Guest Editor.  3) Frank Lloyd Wright: A Life in the Book Arts.  4) On Gene. Eugene Masselink.  5) This Work Continues.  6) Life on the Grid. The Inspirational Power of Taliesin Graphic Design.  7) From Generation to Generation. Design continues.  8) #Wright Challenge  9) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News.  10) Recommended Reading.  11) Wright sites Open to the Public.  12) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.  13) The Frank Lloyd Wright...   Continued... Pp 48 2016.15.0417
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2016 V27#4 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Graff, Stuart I. 2) Pielage, Andrew 3) Rose, Alison 4) Uechi, Naomi Tanabe 5) Goodman, Jeff 7) Patel, Neeta 1) Letter From the CEO.  2) In Paths Untrodden. A Photo Essay from Wisconsin’s Heritage Trail.  3) On Journeys Through the States. A Conversation with Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Members Charles Covington and Maja Wessels.  4) For You O Democracy.  5) Grand is the Seen. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Personal Notes on Leaves of Grass.  6) With All They Gifts. Preserving Whitman Square at Taliesin West.  7) As I Sit Writing Here. A Brief History of the Taliesin Square-Papers.  8) I Hear America Singing.  9) Frank...   Continued... Pp 48 2016.16.0417
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 048 Summer 2016 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1, 4, 7- 11) Thompson, Kimbal;  2) Betsky, Aaron; 3) Lynn, Jacalyn;  5) Graff... 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) Dean’s Message.  3) School Board Message.  4) President’s Message.  5) CEO Message.  6) Zach Rawling Appreciation, David & Gladys Wright House.  7) Introduction to Hawaii, Planning Architecture & Frank Lloyd Wright. 8) Martin Pence,  9) Architect Steve Oyakawa.  10) Kona Coast Hotel.  11) The Hawaii Collection; A Trilogy.  12) Noteworthy Books: "John H. Howe, Architect," Hession, Quigley; "Minnesota Modern: Architecture and Life at Midcentury," Millett.  13)...   Continued... Pp 40 2016.07.0217
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 049 Fall 2016 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1, 2, 11, 14; 3) Betsky, Aaron; 4) Graff, Stuart I.;  5) Lynn, Jacalyn;  6) Inostroza, Jaime... 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) President’s Message.  3) Dean’s Message.  4) CEO Message.  5) School Board Message.  6) Jaime Inostroza. Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.  7) Paul Romano. Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.  8) History of "The Box." 9) Svetlana Wright Peters. 10) Kay Rattenbury and the A,D. German Family.  11) The Dressers.  12) Giovanni Del Prinicipi Del Drago. The Dragon - Myths & Legends. 13) In Memoriam: Henry Grattan Gill; Stephen Gegner. 14) Noteworthy Books...   Continued... Pp 48 2016.08.0217
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Ladue News - April 8, 2016 (Special bound pull-out section) (Published by Ladue News, St. Louis, MO) Nay, Brittany Article on the Kraus House. "The ‘Wright’ Design. The Rich Roots of the Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ellsworth Park Are a Nod to His Democratic Vision of Modern American Architecture. Nestled amid 10 1/2 wooded acres on the outskirts of Kirkwood, Missouri, sits a little known architectural gem designed by a well-known architect. As guest pass through the properties red gate and across the brick homes threshold, they are immersed in the epitome of modern architecture. It's The Frank... Continued... Pp 31-33 2016.29.0818
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Spring 2016 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) Managing Editor: Lockhart; Susan Jacobs: 1) Perkins, Scott W. Guest Editor; 2) Payne, Edith;  3) Siry, Joseph M... 1) Editor’s Message: Wright’s Religious Architecture.  2) President’s Message.  3) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Religious Architecture: Spaces for Communal Worship.  4) Exhibiting History: Beth Sholom’s Visitor Center.  5) Lloyd Jones Traditions Resound in First Unitarian Meeting House.  6) Wright’s Pfeiffer and Danforth Chapels: College Chapels for Modern Academia.  7) Wish You Were Here: The Religious Structures of Frank Lloyd Wright in Historic Postcards.  8) Executive Director’s Letter: Guardians...   Continued... Pp 28 2016.09.0217
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Conservancy - Fall 2016 Volume 7 Issue 2 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Hession, Jane King  2) Payne, Edith 3) Reisley, Roland   4) Levine, Neil  5) Wojtowicz, Robert  6) Lockhart, Susan... Communities by Design. 1) Communities by Design.  2) President’s Message. 3) Reflections on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonia: Then and Now. 4) Wright’s Geometry of Community.  5) Lewis Mumford, Wright and the Politics of Community.  6) Taliesin and Taliesin West: Intentional Communities.  7) A Geometry of Community: A Project Called Cloverleaf. 8) Community Values in the Larkin and Johnson Administration Buildings.  9) Executive Director’s Letter. An Irreplaceable Heritage. 10) Events. Includes...  Continued... Pp 28 2016.30.0618
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Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2016 Vol. 21 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Editor: Templeton, Scott K.  1) Hamilton, Mary Jane  2) Hall, George  4) Hertzberg, Mark  5) Walter, Barbara... 1) Lightning Strikes Twice. Two ASBH homes identified in Wisconsin in the same year.  2) President’s Message. 3) News Briefs: JOA+D on ASBH; Lamp designed for the Schwartz House built 75 years later.  4) Wright and Like 2016 Preview. Three-day architectural feast coming to Racine.  5) How Wright and Like was named.  6) Next Generation of Architects, Wakanda School still breaking boxes.  7) Book Review: John H. Howe, Architect. From Taliesin Apprentice to Master of Organic Design. Hession & Quigley, 2016...   Continued... Pp 20 2016.20.0516
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Architectural Digest - June 2017 (Published monthly by Conde Nast Publications, New York, NY) Bergdoll, Barry "The Wright stuff. Curator and architecture history and Barry Bergdoll recounts unpacking the Frank Lloyd Wright archive for this summer’s must-see museum show. The numbers alone are daunting: 55,000 architectural drawings, some 300,000 sheets of correspondence, close to 125,000 photographs, 270 film reels, two dozen models. These are just the largest categories in the Frank Lloyd Wright archive, amassed over a seven-decade career that yielded more than 500 buildings...   Continued... Pp 65-6 68 76 2017.12.1217
2017
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2017 Vol. 28 No. 1 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Managing Editor: Abbott, Gabby  1) Graff, Stuart I. 2) Swaback, Vernon D.  3) Betsky, Aaron 4&6) Abbott, Gabby  7) Georges... Taliesin West: The Desert Laboratory.  1) Letter From the CEO.  2) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Greatest Work. Taliesin West.  3) Learning Wright: The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.  4) Living Architecture. A Conversation with Feed Prozzillo, Director of Preservation at Taliesin West.  5) Taliesin West: Then and Now.  6) Innovative Illustrations: Charles Montooth Drawings.  7) An Elegy on Failure.  8) Wright, In The Digital Age. New Website.  9) Work of Progress: Conserving Whitman Square.  10) Frank Lloyd...  Continued... Pp 48 2017.01.0417
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2017 Vol. 28 No. 2 (Published quarterly by The FLW Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Managing Editor: Abbott, Gabby  1) Graff, Stuart  2) Goodman, Jeff  3) Wright, Frank Lloyd  4) Snoke, Georgia Lloyd Jones... Plan. 1) Letter From the CEO.   2) Letter From the Editor.   3) The Logic of the Plan.   4) The God Almighty Lloyd Joneses.   5) Source Material.   6) Rising from Ashes: A Personal Reflection on the Tragedies of Frank Lloyd Wright.   7) Learning by Doing.   8) A Visual History.   9) Olgivanna Lloyd Wright.  10) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News.   11) Wright Sites Open to the Public. Includes 65 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 64 2017.33.0719
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2017 Vol. 28 No. 4 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Managing Editor: Abbott, Gabby  1) Graff, Stuart  2) Goodman, Jeff  3) Wright, Frank Lloyd  4) Monchaux, Thomas de  5) Quinan... Elevation. 1) Letter From the CEO.  2) Letter From the Editor.  3) American Institute of Architects Gold Medal Acceptance Speech.   4) Building a Brand: The Enduring Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright.   5) Architect of an Image.   6) Lasting Impressions.   7) Formal Education.   8) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News.   9) Wright Sites Open to the Public. Includes 104 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 64 2017.34.0719
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Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 5, No 3. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Cohen, Aaron Design: O’Malley, Eric M. "Witness the wonders of design: The early graphic works of Alvin Lustig. Alvin Lustig made his career brilliant by creating design with the undergirding believe the great design has the power to better the world -- a principal shared with Frank Lloyd Wright. Lustig had a hand in designing everything from books and business cards to furniture, apartment buildings, and even a small helicopter. He was the leader amongst his peers and he was also at the forefront of graphic design education, though...  Continued... Pp 40 2017.20.0618
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 050 Spring 2017 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: Thompson, Kimbal 1) Thompson, Kimbal 2) Dyson, Arthur 3) Betsky, Aaron 4) Graff, Stuart I. 5) Lynn... 1) JTF Editor’s message. 2) President’s Message. 3) Dean’s message 4) CEO message. 5) School Board Message 6) Richard Quittenton, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. 7) August Lietz, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. 8) It’s a (circle) not a (square). Whereever we go, we are among the circle of Taliesin Fellows. 9) Las Terrazas 10) In Memoriam: Frederick Liebhardt; Eloise Fritz; Joe Fabris, Gary Herberger Includes 90 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith. Pp 61 2017.21.0618
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Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - #51 Autumn 2017 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor: O’Malley, Eric M.  1) Dyson, Arthur  2) O’Malley, Eric M.  3) Schuetz, Sue  4) Scott, William B. Jr.  5) Henning, 1) President’s Message.  2) Editor’s Message.  3) Celebrating The Peters-Margedant House.  4) In Memoriam: Carter Hugh Manny, Jr.; Anthony Puttnam.  5) Book Review: Shadow Patterns: Reflections on Fay Jones and His Architecture, Shannon, University of Arkansas Press, 2017; Wright Sites: A Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright Public Places, Fourth Edition, Hugland, Princeton Architectural Press, 2017.  6) Frank Lloyd Wright and Russia. First all-union Congress of Soviet Architects. Moscow...  Continued... Pp 40 2017.14.0618
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Metropolis - July/August 2017 (Published 10 times a year by Bellerophon Publications, Inc., New York) Edited by: Medina, Samuel. 1) Havemeyer, Eugenie Cowan  3) Mortixce, Zach 4) Gray, Audrey  5) Musca... A special 72 page supplemental section within the July/August issue, "Wright For Out Times. The Metropolis team is proud to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth with a unique editorial offering..." Articles include: 1) Leading Light.  2) Revisiting Wright.  3) It seems that the most contemporary aspect of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work is his unique proto-algorithmic design process.  4) Wright, the Product Designer.  5) The School of Architecture at Taliesin...  Continued... Pp Cover, 4, 8 1-72 2017.11.0817
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Platform - November 2017 - (Published annually by The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture) Managing Edit: Kaleh, Stacey Ingram Platform serves as a "platform" for the school to investigate the intersection of its research, practice, and pedagogic interests with a broader audience. This issue, titled Convergent Voices, is edited by Nichole Wiedemann and Charlton Lewis and centers on a conversation between contributors with expertise ranging from Architectural History and Landscape Architecture to Community and Regional Planning. It represents a dynamic collection of distinct voices and viewpoints brought together by a...  Continued... Pp 44 2017.15.1217
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The Saturday Evening Post - May/June 2017 (Published bimonthly by The Saturday Evening Post Society, Indianapolis, IN) 1) Wilkinson, Todd 2) Finis Farr 1) "Frank Lloyd Wright. On his 150th birthday, we celebrate the long and stormy career of America’s most renowned architect. Two springs after the Civil War ended — and exactly 150 years ago on June 8, 1867 — Frank Lloyd Wright, one of this country’s most original forces of nature, was born to an eccentric minister father and schoolteacher mother in pastoral Wisconsin. Few clues, other than, possibly, his affinity for playing with building blocks, could have foretold his future as an iconoclast who would help shape...  Continued... Pg Cover 36-43 2017.05.0417
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Spring 2017 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) Managing Editor: Lockhart; Susan Jacobs: 1 & 4) Guest Editor: Gyur, Dale Allen  2) Payne, Edith  3) Rott, Peter 5) Pelkonen... 1) Editor’s Message, Wright and Education.  2) President’s Message: A Progressive Philosophy.  3) For the Neighbors: A History of Wright’s Wyoming Valley School.  4) Florida Southern College and Progressive Education.  5) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Urgency of (Art) Education (Taliesin Fellowship).  6) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Rosenwald School For Hampton Institute.  7) The Live Moment: John Dewey and Frank Lloyd Wright on Continuity and Education.  8) Stopping Water Penetration in a Wright...  Continued... Pp 28 2017.06.0617
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Conservancy - Fall 2017 Volume 8 Issue 2 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Payne, Edith  2) Levine, Neil  3) Mahoney, Patrick  4) Gordon, Barbara Taking Stock of Frank Lloyd Wright at 150.  1) President’s Message: An Architectural Awakening.  2) Taking Stock of Frank Lloyd Wright at 150. Contributions from: Holl, Steven; Goldberger, Paul; Eisenman, Peter; Berke, Deborah; Burnette, Wendell; Bruder, Will; Beeby, Thomas; Frampton, Kenneth; Kishi, Waro; Campbell, Robert; Stern, Robert A. M.;Dal Co, Francesco; Rotondi, Michael; Pallasmaa, Juhani; Stephens, Suzanne; Eyck, Jerry van; Whiting, Sarah.  3) Restoring Wright-Designed Bathrooms...  Continued... Pp 28 2017.19.0618
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Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2017 Vol. 22 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Wright in Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin) Edit: Hertzberg, Mark; Copy Edit: Templeton, Scott K.,   2) Hall, George   4) Silverman, Jason   5&6) Hertzberg... 1) A New Day. Our Organization Reorganizes. 2) President’s Message. 3) Myriad Celebrations marked the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth on June 8, 1867: Taliesin; Bernard Schwartz House; Milwaukee Art Museum; Tan-Y-Deri; Madison Children’s Museum; SC Johnson. 4) In Memoriam: Anthony Puttnam. 5) Another Honor for Eugene Szymczak. Seth Peterson Cottage director bestow Kristin Visser Award. 6) New Old Views of Wright Construction. 7) Wright and Like 2017 Recap. 8) Wright...  Continued... Pp 20 2017.13.0618
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2018 Vol. 29 No. 1 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Managing Editor: Abbott, Gabby  1) Graff, Stuart  2) Goodman, Jeff  3) Wright, Frank Lloyd  4) Gray, Jennifer  5) Graff, Stuart... Perspective. 1) Letter From the CEO.   2) Letter From the Editor.   3) The Art and Craft of the Machine.   4) Reading Broadacre.   5) Organic Architecture and the Sustaining Ecosystem.   6) From T-Squares to CAD: Taliesin Across the Generations.   7) Putting Historic Preservation in Perspective.   8) Drawing the Future.   9) Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer: Celebration of a Legacy.   10) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News.   11) Wright Sites Open to the Public. Includes 66 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5 Pp 64 2018.19.0719
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Garden & Gun - June/July 2018 (Published by The Allee Group LLC, Charleston, SC) Green, Josh "Wright Minded." Article on the George Lewis Residence (1952 - S.359). "A Nonprofit Flights to Save the Only Private Frank Lloyd Wright Designed Home in Florida. Byrd Lewis Mashburn steps out of her tiny bedroom and leans against a sweeping balcony made of tidewater red cypress, a favorite building material of her homes architect, one Frank Lloyd Wright. The septuagenarian points to the concrete floor, dyed in Wright’s iconic Cherokee Red, and to what lies beyond the living room’s towering windows...  Continued... Pp 41 2018.03.0518
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Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 6, No 1. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) 1) Smith, Kathryn A   2) Kalec, Donald G.; Design: O’Malley, Eric M. Fuermann Photographs Taliesin. 1) Fuermann Photographs Taliesin.  2) Henry Fuermann and His Architectural Photography.  3) Taliesin I, Summer 1912. 4) Taliesin II, Ca. 1915.  5) Taliesin III, Ca. 1926-28. Includes 74 illustrations and photographs. We supplied one photograph for this issue. Gift from the editors. Original cover price $20.00 per issue. 8.5 x 11 Pp 80 2018.05.0618
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Spring 2018 Volume 9 Issue 1 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Nemeth, Debra   2) Payne, Edith 3) Waters, John   4-6) Ettelson, Karen    7) Nemeth, Debra 8) Loper, Jason... Wright’s Low-Cost Housing. 1) Editor’s Message, Passion for Low-Cost Housing.  2) President’s Message: An Architect’s Creation.  3) Beyond the Single-Family House: Wright’s Affordable Apartment Building.  4) The $5,000 Fireproof House and the Myth of Affordable All-Concrete Housing.  5) The Booth Summer Cottage: Wright’s Most Affordable Home.  6) Re-Examining Ravine Bluffs’ "Affordable" House.  7) American System-Built Houses: Wright’s Concept of Housing for All. 8 ) An American...  Continued... Pp 28 2018.04.0618
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Art & Antiques - June 2019 (Published monthly by Art & Antiques Worldwide Media, LLC., New York) Fensom, Sarah E. "Explorer of the New World. Arshile Gorky, an American refugee, remade himself in America, the synthesizing and art practice that brought him to the brink of Abstract Expressionism... The new Gorky enrolled at the National Academy of Design and the Grand Central School of Art (where he would eventually instruct), but was ultimately self-taught. He haunted the halls of museums and poured over pages of art books and magazines. He studied El Greco, Pieter Bruegel the elder, and Paolo Uccello and filled his sketchbook...  Continued... Pp 78-87 2019.03.0619
 
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