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PARNASSUS
   
Date: 1940

Title: Parnassus - December 1940 (Published monthly from October to May by the College Art Association, New York)

Author: Brown, Milton Author: Hitchcock, Henry Russell Jr.
   
Description: Exhibition Review:  “Frank Lloyd Wright’s First Fifty Years.”  MOMA, New York, Nov 13 - Jan 5, 1941.  Original cover price $0.40.  (Sweeney 506) Description:  “Wright’s influence abroad.”  If America is no longer architecturally in debt to Europe, the credit is due to one man and to one man along, Frank Lloyd Wright.  Review of Wright’s work published in European books and periodicals.  Includes five photographs.  Original cover price $0.40.  9 x 12.  (Sweeney 513)
   
Size: 9 x 12.    
   
Pages: Pp 37-8 Pages: Pp 11-15
   
S#: 0506.00.0906 S#: 0513.00.0906
   
   
   
PARTISAN REVIEW
   
Date: 1938

Title: Partisan Review - March 1938 (Published monthly by Partisan Review, New York)

Author: Schapiro, Meyer

Description: Book Review: “Architect’s Utopia.”  “Architecture and Modern Life.”  By Baker Brownell and Frank Lloyd Wright.  Harper & Bros. $4.00.  Original cover price $0.25. (Sweeney 411)

Size: 6 x 9.25

Pages: Pp 42-47

S#: 0411.00.0806

   
   
   
PERSPECTA
   
Date: 1980

Title: Perspecta 16: The Yale Architectural Journal - 1980 (Published by The MIT Press, Cambridge and London) (Published in Modern Architecture and Other Essays, Scully, Levine, 2003, p.170-197)

Author: Scully, Vincent

Description: A talk given in Oak Park, Illinois on 7 September 1977 under the auspices of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and the Yale Club of Chicago. "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Stuff of Dreams. It should be said at the outset that this article is about Wright and Freud. The fact that it backs into that topic and at intervals backs away into that topics and at intervals backs away from it is due in part to its original conception, which was as a general talk about Wright’s early work to be given in Oak Park, and for which the central theme emerged only during its preparation..." Includes 75 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 9 x 12

Pages: Pp 8-31

ST#:
1980.35.0716
   
   
   
PERSPECTIVES
   
Date: 1953

Title: Perspectives USA No. 4 - Summer 1953  (Published quarterly by Intercultural Publications Inc., Brooklyn, NY)

Author: Andrews, Wayne

Description: “Looking at the Latest of Frank Lloyd Wright.”  Includes V.C. Morris gift shop;  Florida Southern College;  Johnson Wax Company;  Taliesin West and First Unitarian Meeting House of Madison.  Includes fourteen photographs.  Original cover price $1.50. (Sweeney 927)

Size: 6 x 9

Pages: Pp 115-125

S#: 0927.00.1106

   
Date: 1954

Title: Perspectives USA No. 8 - Summer 1954 (Published Quarterly by Intercultural Publications Inc., Brooklyn, New York)

Author: Alex, William

Description: "The Skyscrapers: USA." Frank Lloyd Wright is included in the article. "During the past seventy years a third grade structural system has taken it's place besides the post and lintel and the arch as a determining factor in the history of architecture... The apartment house project designed in 1929 by Frank Lloyd Wright for St. Marks in-the-Bouwerie, New York... In plan, structure, and visual effect, the project demonstrated once more Wright’s complete originality and freshness of approach..." Includes 41 plates, of which four are Wright’s. 20: St. Marks in-the-Bouwerie; 31-33: Johnson Wax Laboratory Tower.

Size: 6 x 9

Pages: Pp 86-103

S#:
1045.44.0318
   
Date: 1955

Title: Architecture, Ambition and Americans. A history of American architecture, from the beginning to the present, telling the story of the outstanding buildings, the men who designed them and the people for whom they were built. (Hard Cover) (Published by Harper & Brothers, New York)

Author: Andrews, Wayne

Description: Firsts published in 1947. Andrews published many articles in the 1940-50s. Harper’s Bazaar - July 1948; Saturday Review - November 14, 1953; Perspectives USA No. 4 - Summer 1953. Chapter 6, H: The Chicago Story. "Young Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright is credited, even by his enemies, with being the greatest architect of the twentieth century. He is the greatest artist to emerge from the Middle West, the only one who may be said to have conquered Chicago. One reason for his success is that he had always known what he wanted. ‘You’ve got to have guts to be an architect!’ he has said. ‘People will come to you and tell you what they want, and you will have to give them what they need...’ " 17 illustrations and photographs by Wayne Andrews include: Coonley (2); Bradley (1); Lloyd Lewis (1); Taliesin (1); Fallingwater (2); Johnson Wax Co. (2); V. C. Morris (2); Florida Southern College (1); Unitarian Meeting House (2); Taliesin West (3). (Fifth Edition) 


Size: 6 x 9.5

Pages: Pp 315

S#:
1092.95.0816
   
Date: 1955

Title: Perspectives No. 13 - Autumn 1955 (Published in Great Britain by Hamish Hamilton Ltd., London, for International Publications Inc. of New York.)

Author: Gutheim, Frederick

Description: Book Report: "The Natural House," Wright. 1954, Horizon Press, $6.50. "Scissors and paste for two thirds of the way, the rest is a series of notes on the design of houses, notes which go into practically everything the architectural client may want to know... Wright is now eighty-six, and has become a sort of architectural Father William... Wright, of course, is the antithesis of Gropius. He abhors industrialism, except as it puts new and fascinating tools in the hands of the architect... The Wright of this book is the authentic one... Wright, the unbusinesslike, romantic, difficult volcano which periodically erupts in Wisconsin, has been taken to the bosom of the American people..." Includes photographs of Alvin Miller (2) and Boomer residences and one illustration of the Guggenheim. Original British cover rate 2 pounds,

Size: 6 x 9

Pages: Pp 150-155

S#: 0998.01.0915

   

 

 

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