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AMERICAN HERITAGE AMERICAN HISTORY AMERICAN HERITAGE Date: 1988
Title: American Heritage - November 1988 (Published by American Heritage, Inc., New York)
Author: Bernier, Oliver
Description: "The Wright Bowl. When a quirky genius who is also the greatest American architect of his time sets out to redesign the way people live then the results are likely to be at the very least arresting. And Frank Lloyd Wright’s chairs and desks and inkwells are every bit as arresting as his houses... Nearly sixty years after Frank Lloyd Wright first designed this covered bowl, Tiffany has started to product it." Sterling silver bowl designed for the Leerdam Company of Holland in 1930. A result of the design in 1922 for the Imperial Hotel. Includes one photograph. Original cover price $4.50.
Size: 8.5 x 10.75
Pages: Pp 28-29
Title: American Heritage - July/August 1991 (Published by American Heritage, a division of Forbes Inc.)
Author: Boulton, Alexander O.
Description: “Pride of the Prairie”. Dana-Thomas House and Wright’s prairie influence on architecture. Includes 14 photographs and one illustration. Original cover price $4.50.
Size: 8.5 x 10.75
Pages: Pp 62-69
AMERICAN HISTORY Date: 2011
Title: American History - October 2011 (Published by the Weider History Group, Leesburg, Virginia)
Author: Hinman, Kristen
Description: "America’s Greatest Work of Architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater turns 75 this year. A house of genius and mystery, it may be admired as America's best 500 years from now. December sun are filled the sky in 1934 as department store mogul Edgar Kaufman left Pittsburgh with the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. They drove on winding back roads into the deep woods of southwestern Pennsylvania as a light rain, then a soft snow fell. After a few hours, Wright's eyes lit up when an arc of color rippled before him. Surely something will come out of this journey, he said after all the elements through which we have traveled, the end is crowned with a rainbow. The two men had met a month prior when Kaufman and his wife, Lilliane, visited Wright’s rural Wisconsin studio, Taliesin..." Includes 14 photographs of Fallingwater.
Size: 8 x 10.5
Pages: Pp 32-41