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ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW Date: 1900
Title: Architectural Review, VII #6, June 1900
Author: Spencer, Robert C., Jr
Description: "The Work of Frank Lloyd Wright" (Sweeney 41)
Pages: Pp 61-72
Title: Work of Frank Lloyd Wright, From 1893-1900 (Soft Cover) (Published by Prairie School Press)
Author: Spencer, Robert C. Jr.
Description: A Prairie School Press reprint of an article originally published in Architectural Review, June 1900, Sweeney 41. Original SC List Price $2.50. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1571)
Pages: Pp 13
Title: Architectural Review - May 1953 (Published by Knapp, Drewett & Sons Ltd, London)
Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd; Richards, J. M.
Description: "Against the Steamroller. The survival of quality and individual feeling in an age which inevitably thinks in terms of quantity production and rule-of-thumb solutions is a matter that exercises the minds of all who worry about the way architecture is going. Frank Lloyd Wright, who has always championed the individual against the steamroller, and J. M. Richards contribute below their thoughts on this subject, with Wright leading and Richards commenting. Architecture is the mother--art. Its national value lies in its natural value. No architectonic construction can exist outside the realm of significance whether so intended or not. Significance may be haphazard or conceived with vision but whatever it implies is always there to be read by human intelligence. The significance of certain buildings would, therefore, be either communist, fascist, or democratic..." Original cover price 5 shillings. (Sweeney 974)
Size: 9.75 x 12
Pages: Pp 283-285
Title: The Architectural Review - June 1953 (Published monthly by The Architectural Review, London, England)
Author: Manson, Grant C.
Description: "Wright in The Nursery. The influence of Froebel Education on the Work of Frank Lloyd Wright. It is difficult and open to challenge to try to define, in the usual way, a set of ‘influences’ that may have affected the career of so pioneer a genius as Frank Lloyd Wright. But he is an alert and sensitive human being, and it would be a mistake to think, no matter how beguiling it may be, that his art sprang whole from a certain complex of inheritances at a fixed moment in time. Other than the nebulous and over publicized inspiration that he drew from Louis Sullivan, the ‘Lieber Meister,’ he has of course undergone experiences in his life that have marked his work..." Includes 17 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price 5 Shillings. (Sweeney 950)
Size: 9.75 x 12
Pages: Pp 349-351
Title: Architectural Review - November 1959
Author: Eaton, Leonard K. Author: The Architectural Press Author: The Architectural Press Description: History: Frame of Steel. Includes write-up and photo of E-Z Shoe Polish Building (Sweeney 1289) Description: Ad: Half page ad for "A Testament" By Frank Lloyd Wright Description: Ad: 1/6 page ad for "A Testament" By Frank Lloyd Wright Size: Size: Size: Pages: Pp 289 Pages: Pp c Pages: Pp cii S#: 1289.00.0302 S#: 1289.01.0302 S#: 1289.02.0302 Date: 1970
Title: Architectural Review - February 1970 (Offprint - Single Sheet) (Published by the Architectural Review, Westminster, Great Britain)
Description: Restoration of the D. D. Martin and Barton Houses in Buffalo. "Restored Wright. The painstaking restoration by Edgar Tafel (A Wright pupil for nine years) of two adjacent Wright houses in Buffalo is due principally to the enthusiasm of the new president of the State University, Martin Meyerson. The University have financed the work, and the houses, the D. D. Martin House (1904), 1. and the Barton House built for Martin’s sister a year earlier, 2. Will in future be used by the president and the provost respectfully..." Includes five photographs. Original cover price five shillings. Gift from Kathryn Smith. (Sweeney 1835)
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: Single Sheet (Pp 157)