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OLD-HOUSE JOURNAL Date: 1987
Title: Old-House Journal - September/October 1987
Author: Poore, Patricia Author: Restoration Products Description: Tile Roofs (Photo of Robie House) Description: Frank Lloyd Wright Products Size: Size: Pages: Pp 22-29 Pages: Pp 66 S#: 1987.10.0901 S#: 1987.11.0901 Date: 1990
Title: Old-House Journal - May/June 1990 (Published Bi-Monthly by Old House Journal Corporation, Brooklyn, NY)
Author: Price, Don
Description: "Cantilever Tales. A flat roof is often a challenge in a northern climate – even if the building is a home by Frank Lloyd Wright. So discovered Elizabeth Halstad, the owner of a late-1930s Wright House that needed roof repairs. In the summer of 1988, Elizabeth asked me to examine her home – especially the roof. So with Ann Arbor architect Marc Rueter, I investigated and found three areas of concern..." Repairing the Goetsch-Winkler House roof. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations.
Size: 8.25 x 11
Pages: Pp 42-47
Title: Old-House Journal - January / February 1993
Author: Moran, Maya
Description: "Prairie Plaster". A look at the sand-float finish and dye treatments that created multicolored walls in Wrightian Houses. Restoring the Tomek House.
Pages: Pp 3, 36-39
Title: Old-House Journal - March / April 1993
Author: Kelley, Stephan & Susan
Description: Letters: Prairie Plaster Uncovered
Pages: Pp 14
Title: Old-House Journal - November / December 1993
Author: Elliott, Lynn; Bock, Gordon
Description: "Lights for a new Century".
Pages: Pp 26-30
Date: 2011 Title: Old-House Interiors - April 2011 (Published monthly by Home Buyer Publications, Gloucester, MA) Author: 1) Anonymous 3) Anonymous Author: 2) Coleman, Brian D. Description: 1) "Coming Wright Up..." 2011 Wright Plus Housewalk, May 20. Includes an interior photograph of the Rookery Building Lobby.
3) "Fallingwater. Wright’s masterpiece, Bear Run, Pennsylvania." Includes a brief history and one photograph of Fallingwater. Original cover price $4.95
Description: 2) "Wright’s Pew House on Lake Mendota in Wisconsin recalls the architect’s famed Fallingwater, but on a more modest scale. The owner admits he had no interest in Frank Lloyd Wright – nor even in historic architecture --before his house hunt a few years ago. Elliot Butler was an apartment dweller in Madison for many years. In 2008, finally looking to buy a property, Elliot read a story about a historic house for sale in the local newspaper. He contacted the owner and arranged a visit, and that was that. The house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1939-40 for John C. Pew, a Madison businessman..." Includes 11 photographs by William Wright. Size: 8.25 x 10.9 Pages: 1) Pp 18 3) Pp 49 Pages: 2) Pp 44-48, 50 ST#: 2011.27.0320