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THE DODGEVILLE CHRONICLE
   
Date: 1914

Title: The Dodgeville Chronicle - August 21, 1914 (Republished January 6, 2000 by The Dodgeville Chronicle, Dodgeville, Wisconsin)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Dodgeville is located 18 miles south of Spring green and is the county seat. "Our most famous article. The following story appeared in our August 14 (21), 1914 addition. No one story in the last 100 years has been reproduced as much as this one. It involves the murders at Frank Lloyd Wright's home near Spring Green, Wisconsin. This article has been written about in magazines, appeared on television and even 86 years later we still get requests from all over the United States for copies of it... Seven Killed and Two Injured by Negro at Wright Bungalow. Murders Mamah Borthwick and Two Children, Then Fells Other Victims with Hatchet as They Jump from Windows of ‘Love Castle’ Which He Fired – ‘Spiritual Hegira’ Frank L Wright and His Soulmate Ended by Her Death – Tragedy Stirs Entire Continent. The most terrible tragedy which has ever taken place in Iowa County occurred at the noon hour on Saturday last at the Wright bungalow at hillside when Julian Carlton, a Negro chef, killed seven people and wounded two more, one of whom may die..." Includes 5 photographs.

Size: 13.75 x 22.75

Pages: Pp 3

S#:
0124.36.0819

   
Date: 1914

Title: The Dodgeville Chronicle - September 25, 1914; October 2, 1914; October 9, 1914 (Republished January 20, 2000 by The Dodgeville Chronicle, Dodgeville, Wisconsin)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Dodgeville is located 18 miles south of Spring green and is the county seat. "The Rest of the Story. Two weeks ago in a special issue of The Dodgeville Chronicle, we re-printed an August 21, 1914 article about the murders at Frank Lloyd Wright's home. Since the reprint we have had several calls and letters… This week we are reprinting three articles that will give our readers the end of the story."
1) September 25, 1914: "Negro Slayer Will Be Tried next Week. The case of Julian Carlton, The Negro chef who is charged with the recent tragedy at the Wright bungalow at Hillside, in which seven people were murdered and two others seriously injured and the building almost totally destroyed by fire, will have his trial at the courthouse in this city next week..."
2) October 2, 1914: "Condition of Negro Causes Postponement. Julian Carlton, the Negro chef who is charged with the murder of seven people, assault with intent to kill two more people and of arson, was brought before Judge Clementson of the Iowa county circuit court in the city Tuesday afternoon on the charge of murder... Carlton was carried into the court room by two deputy sheriffs. He feigned unconsciousness, as he did in the preliminary hearing, And was later laid upon a cot..."
3) October 9, 1914: "Negro Slayer Succeeds in Starving Self. Julian Carlton, the Negro chef who killed Mrs. Mamah Borthwick and her two children... When he was first brought to the city he weighed in the neighborhood of 150 pounds but at the time of death it is doubtful if he would weigh more than 90 pounds..." Includes one photograph of Julian Carlton.

Size: 13.75 x 22.75

Pages: Pp 2

S#:
0124.37.0819

   
Date: 1953

Title: The Dodgeville Chronicle - September 24, 1953 (Published weekly by The Dodgeville Chronicle, Dodgeville, Wisconsin)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: "Mr. Wright in Dispute With Court Decision". Threatens to take back Foundation as a Private School. Original Price 6 cents. 5,000 copies printed.

Size: 18x24.

Pages: Pp 1, 7

S#:
0987.06.0305
   
   
   
LOS ANGELES TIMES
   
Date: 1950

Title: Los Angeles Times - January 15, 1950

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Talk Slated by Architect". Wright to speak at Home Builders Institute.

Size:

Pages: Part 5, Pg 1

S#:
0831.05.1004
   
   
   
MAINE ANTIQUE DIGEST
   
Date: 1993

Title: Maine Antique Digest - June 1993

Author: Maher, Thomas K.

Description: The Manipulation of a Corporate Collection: Thomas Monaghan and Frank Lloyd Wright.

Size:

Pages: Pp 38-A

ST#:
1993.27.0701
   
   
   
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS
   
Date: 1959

Title: Rocky Mountain News April 10, 1959 (Published every morning by Denver Publishing Co., Denver)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Master Architect Frank Wright Dies. Phoenix, Ariz., April 9 – (AP) – Colorful Frank Lloyd Wright, 89, (91) master architect who fashion a world reputation for brilliant design, died in Saint Joseph's Hospital here Thursday. Known as the "rebellious old gentleman" of his profession, Wright entered the hospital Saturday and underwent surgery Monday for removal of an intestinal obstruction. He appeared to rest comfortably Wednesday night and physicians felt he was progressing up to an hour before his death. "He just side and died," said Mrs. Jesse Baganno, nurse who was with him. Wright was the center of controversy throughout his professional life. Many of his designs were unusual an appearance and radical in engineering. Stinging replies. Criticism of his plans drew stinging replies that earned him almost as much fame as the buildings them selves. "Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility," he said a few years ago. "I chose honest arrogance and have seen no occupation OK Asian to change…" Original cover price 5c.

Size: 11.25 x 15

Pages: Pp 3

S#:
1377.85.0917
   
   
   
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