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ATTACHE Date: 2000
Title: Attache - April 2000 (Published monthly by Pace Communications, Greensboro, NC)
Author: Sertl, William
Description: "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.
Size: 8 x 10.9
Pages: Pp 46-53
PSA MAGAZINE Date: 1980
Title: PSA Magazine - January 1980
Author: Pastier, John
Description: In the Shadow of Frank Lloyd Wright; Can Taliesin West perpetuate the Master’s Legacy?
Pages: Pp 2, 85-9
SKY MAGAZINE Date: 1992
Title: Sky Magazine - June 1992
Author: Ward, Bernie
Description: He went to the woods and fields. (See March Balloons)
Pages: Pp Cover, 7, 92-99
SOUTHWEST AIRLINES SPIRIT Date: 2006
Title: Southwest Airlines Spirit - March 2006 (Published monthly by AAP Custom)
Author: Klein, Julia M.
Description: “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.
Size: 8 x 10.5
Pages: Pp 4, 134-6 138 140-1
US AIR Date: 1989
Title: US Air - September 1989 (Clipping only)
Author: Donohue, Judith Higgins
Description: Meyer May House Restoration. "Preserving Genius. ‘If the rood doesn’t leak, the architect hasn’t been creative enough,’ Frank Lloyd Wright reportedly once said. But in addition to leaky roofs, his houses have sagging balconies and dining room without access to the kitchen. He designed some homes with no bedrooms, no closets, and poor ventilation, and steadfastly refused to apologize for any of his blunders. He never completed a project on time, and always spent for more than budgeted. Yet three decades after his death, Wright is still revered as the greatest architect who ever lived - a visionary who brought an entirely new perspective to the world of architecture..." Includes three photographs of the Meyer May residence and two of Fallingwater. Complimentary copy. Gift from Kathryn Smith.
Size: 8 x 11
Pages: Pp 56-59, 62-64, 68, 70, 72-73