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"GOSSIP MAGAZINES
On l lighter note, for a lack of better terminology, these "Gossip Magazines" or "Rags" give a brief glimpse into a different side of Wright's life. It highlights his "celebrity status".
   
  FOCUS    PEOPLE TODAY    PICTURE WEEK   QUICK    SCAMP    TEMPO    UNCENSORED 
   
FOCUS
   
Date: 1953

Publication: Focus - December 9, 1953

Author: Anonymous

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright Talks: "...Cramped Boxes ...Like Coffins"

Size:

Pages: Pp 34-37

S#: 0987.01.0202

   
   
   
PEOPLE TODAY
   
Date: 1953

Publication: People Today - November 4, 1953 (Published is published bi-weekly by Hillman Periodicals Inc., New York)

Author: Anonymous

Description: People VS People. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright: "It was useless giving women the vote. They always vote as their husbands do." Tex McCrary: "Frank Lloyd Wright is on he other side of every argument." Includes one portrait of Wright. Original cover price 10c.

Size: 4 x 6

Pages: P 49

S#: 0987.40.0611

   
Date: 1954

Publication: People Today - January 13, 1954

Author: Anonymous

Description: Quote and portrait of Wright

Size:

Pages: P 43

S#: 1045.03.0203

   
Date: 1954

Publication: People Today - August 25, 1954

Author: Anonymous

Description: Quote and portrait of Wright

Size:

Pages: P 21

S#: 1045.01.0103

   
Date: 1955

Publication: People Today - January 26, 1955

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Mold it Yourself" - Usonian homes

Size:

Pages: Pp 27-29

S#: 1079.01.0402

   
   
   
PICTURE WEEK
 
Date: 1956

Publication: Picture Week - January 17,1956

Author: Anonymous

Description: Five Minutes with Frank Lloyd Wright

Size:

Pages: Pp 14-16

S#: 1147.02.0403

   
   
   
QUICK
 
Date: 1953

Publication: Quick - May 25, 1953

Author: Anonymous

Description: What they are saying. Photo and Wright quoting Churchill.

Size:

Pages: P 26

S#: 0987.05.0404

   
   
   
SCAMP
 
Date: 1959

Publication: Scamp - January 1959

Author: Schreiner, Harry

Description: How to have a ball at Eighty.

Size:

Pages: Pp 30-31, 64, 66

S#: 1377.04.0604

   
   
   
TEMPO
 
Date: 1956

Title: Tempo - July 10, 1956 (Published bi-weekly by Enterprise Magazine Management Inc., Atlanta, Georgia)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Shift to the Shaft? A fight is shaping up over the shape of tomorrow’s towns... A leader for the uplift is Frank Lloyd Wright, who recently hoisted a skyscraper on he Oklahoma plains. His reasons, told in his ‘The Story of the Tower’ (Horizon Press, N.Y.): In the country, the skyscraper has no competition form surrounding buildings, and gives a wide view of the count4ryside..." Includes one photograph of he Price Tower. Original cover price 15c.

Size: 4 x 6

Pages: Pp 56-7

S#: 1147.48.1012

   
   
   
UNCENSORED
 
Date: 1955

Publication: Uncensored - October 1955 (Published monthly by Feature Story Corp., New York)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Gar Wood and Frank Lloyd Wright. They’re never too old to yearn. Old Rockin’ Chair won’t get these romantic Rover Boys who made their mark in the world - and a few zesty headlines." Describes Wright’s relationships with the four women in his life. Includes three photographs, Wright, Miriam Noel Wright and Ann Baxter. Original cover price 25c.

Size: 8 x 10.25

Pages: Pp 42-43 64-65

S#: 1092.34.1009

   
   
   

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