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THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
 
Date: February 1901

Periodical: Ladies Home Journal - February 1901 (Published Monthly by The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: “A Home in a Prairie Town” Full page includes seven illustrations. Original cover price 10 cents.  (Sweeney 45)

Size: 11 x 16.5

Pages: Pp 17

S#: 0045.00.0207

   
Date: July 1901

Periodical: Ladies Home Journal - July 1901  (Published Monthly by The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: A Small House with "Lots of Room in It."  Original cover price 10 cents. Two copies. (Sweeney 46)

Size: 11 x 16.5

Pages: Pp 15

S#: 0046.00.0900, 0046.01.0900

   
Date: November 1902

Periodical: Ladies Home Journal - Nov 1902

Author:

Description: (Photo - Frank Lloyd Wright Dining Room)

Size:

Pages: Pp 8

S#: 0052.01.0701

   
Date: January 1903

Periodical: Ladies Home Journal - January 1903

Author:

Description: Inside of a hundred suburban homes (Photo - Frank Lloyd Wright Dining Room)

Size:

Pages: Pp 24

S#: 0054.01.0400

   
Date: April 1907

Periodical: Ladies Home Journal - April 1907

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: A Fireproof House for $5000

Size:

Pages: Pp 24

S#: 0080.00.0501

 

   
Date: June 1945

Periodical: Ladies Home Journal - June 1945

Author: Murdock, Henrietta

Description: Accent on Living. Opus 497. The intriguing room... is the everyday family room of our latest postwar house... floor-to-ceiling windows, with the drama of all outdoors for a background. This new kind of room has been made to fit the family and its everyday family activities, so you can play, read, eat, talk and study all in the same big area. ...the architect has suggested furniture that can be moved easily and assembled in spots about the room as needed for any particular purpose. An indoor garden such as you see in the picture is every woman's dream. Think of having spring shrubs, fragrant herbs and seasonal flowers growing right inside, filling the room with their odor the year around... Mr. Wright has planned many of America's most distinguished modern houses, each forward-looking but practical. In this one you will find many advanced ideas of the kind we grow into and appreciate later on... (Sweeney 636) For more information see our Wright Study on Opus 497.

Size:

Pages: Pp 141

S#: 0636.00.0502

   
Date: June 1945

Periodical: Ladies Home Journal - June 1945

Author: Pratt, Richard

Description: Opus 497. The world’s most distinguished architect designs a crystal house, for town or country, which can have far-reaching effects on future living for all of us. For more than half a century Frank Lloyd Wright has been performing feats of architecture noted for their freshness and originality, and his influence on building all over the world has hardly been equaled by any architect of our time. All this would have been sufficient reason for us to be pleased to publish his most recent house design, Opus 497, done especially for the Journal, and in our opinion one of his finest... Seven of the models created for the LHJ, were the focus for the exhibition "Tomorrow’s Small House: Models and Plans" held at MOMA from May 29 - September 30, 1945. Also included in the exhibition was a model of a row-house and a neighborhood development. Originally created to enable color photographs to be taken of the models for the magazine, the models were so complete and detailed they made excellent displays. (Sweeney 644) For more information see our Wright Study on Opus 497.

Size:

Pages: Pp138-9

S#: 0644.00.0502

   
   

 

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