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NEWSWEEK
 
Date: 1940

Title: Newsweek - July 1, 1940 (Published weekly by Weekly Publications, Inc., Dayton, Ohio)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "New Design for Worship: The Reverend Burris Jenkins of Kansas City, Mo., preaches modernism. That he also practices it is shown by his new $175,000 Community church, designed by the noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright to look somewhat like a World’s Fair Building. Its walls will be steel, coasted outside and inside with rose-colored concrete. The banked, windowless auditorium will have 1,200 individual chairs instead of pews, a movie screen, and twelve dressing rooms for church plays. At the rear will be a triple-decker parking space for 150 cars." Includes two illustrations for the proposed building. Original cover price 10c. (Sweeney 519)

Size: 8.5 x 11.5

Pages: P 38

S#: 0519.00.0416

   
Date: 1940

Title: Newsweek - November 25, 1940

Author: Anonymous

Description: Wright Goes to Washington With a $15,000,000 Surprise. Concerns Crystal Heights project. Includes one photograph of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Robie House model, exhibited at "Frank Lloyd Wright, American Architect," November 13, 1940 – January 5, 1941, at MOMA, The Museum of Modern Art. "..Another feature of the most comprehensive Wright show ever staged is the largest (144 square feet) of eighteen models, which represents Broadacre City, Wright's design for living for 1,400 families in the future... Other attractions include the most complete and showiest models ever assembled for an architectural exhibit, ranging from the 1908 Robie Hose in Chicago... to 1940 homes now under construction..." Photographed by Pat Terry. Courtesy of Newsweek. (Sweeney 530)

Size: 8.5 x 11.5

Pages: P 48

S#: 0530.00.0403

   
Date: 1949

Title: Newsweek - March 28, 1949 (Published weekly by Weekly Publications, Inc., Dayton, Ohio)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Metal for a Titan." Wright awarded the Gold Metal of American Institute of Architects. "A rebellious old gentleman with a halo of snowy hair and an audacious, merry twinkle in his eyes stood up before a thousand delegates at the American Institute of Architects’ 81st convention in Houston, Texas, one night last week to receive his procession’s highest award. He was Frank Lloyd Wright, just turning 80, and his citation for the AIA’s gold medal, previously given only fifteen times, called him ‘a titanic force’ in building design. A great number (but by no means all) of those present would have gone farther, for to many of his most knowing countrymen Frank Lloyd Wright is the greatest artistic genius of his place and time – an estimate which Wright himself would be the last to depreciate...." Includes four photographs. A portrait by Ottawa Karsh, S.C. Johnson’s Great Workroom, the Willits and Herbert Johnson house. Original cover price 20c. (Sweeney 778)

Size: 8.25 x 11.25

Pages: Pp 74-75

S#: 0778.00.0416

   
Date: 1953

Title: Newsweek - May 11, 1953 (Published weekly by Weekly Publications, Inc., Dayton, Ohio)

Author:

Description: Anonymous

Size: "Wright is Right. In Salt Lake City this week, professional hospital administrators and aides, attending the 23rd annual conference of the Association of Western Hospitals, listened with reddened faces to the words of a man bent on letting sunlight into the lives of all hospital patients. He was Frank Lloyd Wright, the celebrated 84-year-old architectural iconoclast. In Salt Lake to discus plans for a cultural center which he is scheduled to design for tiny Westminster College, Wright turned up at the hospital meeting upon the invitation of the association and hit the members where it hurt..." Original cover price 20c. 8.25 x 11.25 (Sweeney 985)

Pages: Pp 97-98

S#: 0985.00.0416

   
Date: 1953

Title: Newsweek - November 2, 1953 (Published weekly by Weekly Publications, Inc., New York.)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Man of Culture. Frank Lloyd Wright is perhaps not a testy man, but he sometimes seems to suffer from a superfluity of relevance. Last week in New York, for instance, the great American architect expressed an annoyance at the humorous was in which he feels some of the press has dealt with him. ‘When they make fun,’ he asserted, ‘it is a sign of immaturity. As a nation we still have no maturity, and until we get it we only have a civilization and not a culture. You’d think we would have a culture after going along for 175 years.’ " Includes information on the "Sixty Years of Living Architecture,’ as well as two photographs. One of the Exhibition House and one of Wright and the Model of the Guggenheim Museum. Original cover price 20c. (Sweeney 948)

Size: 8.25 x 11.25 

Pages: Pp 64

S#: 0948.00.0416

   
Date: 1954

Title: Newsweek - November 22, 1954 (Published weekly by Weekly Publications, Inc., Dayton, Ohio)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Wright’s Exodus: Architect Frank Lloyd Wright threatened to move his school from Spring Green, Wis., to New York after the state supreme court ruled that it was not a tax-exempt , educational institution. ‘We don’t mind paying the taxes,’ said the irascible dean of modern architects, but the decision ‘shows a lack of understanding and appreciation for our work.’ Wisconsin, he added, was a great state once upon a time, inhabited by great men, but of late [it] has become chiefly the champion of mediocrity.’ " Includes one portrait of Wright (1045.15). Original cover price 20c. (Sweeney 1022)

Size: 8.25 x 11.

Pages: Pp 63

S#: 1022.00.0416

   
Date: 1956

Title: Newsweek - September 10, 1956 (Published weekly by Weekly Publications, Inc., Dayton, Ohio)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Tall Tale. Skyscrapers, said Frank Lloyd Wright, a sworn enemy of tall buildings, are ‘a landlord’s ruse to enable a lot area to be sold to the people over and over again as many times as steel can multiply it and engineers can make it stand up.’ Last week, it appeared that the nation’s chronically crusty mast architect was laying the ghost of his old complaint. For a fortnight, he had been working on plans for the behemoth of all world’s buildings, a mighty 510-story, mile-high structure on Chicago’s lake front..." Wright’s Mile High building. Original cover price 20c. (Sweeney 1137)

Size: 8.25 x 11.25

Pages: Pp 98, 100

S#: 1137.00.0416

   
Date: 1959

Title: Newsweek - April 20, 1959 (Published weekly by Weekly Publications, Inc., Dayton, Ohio)

Author: Anonymous

Description: 1) "The Great Dissenter. It is impossible to grieve at the passing of a man who lived so long and achieved so much: who swept across the face of the land like some vast natural force bending both men and nature to his will. One can only wonder. This thought was expressed in many ways last week as the news came from Phoenix, Ariz., that Frank Lloyd Wright, just two months be fore..." 2) "Wright-With-a-Bite. Frank Lloyd Wright was widely famous for his iconoclastic opinions. He had a passionate intelligence which was fiercely critical of almost everything that came within its scope. Only nature, the freedom of the individual, and his own architecture escaped Wright’s critical barbs which ranged from the flip to the deadly earnest..." Includes two photographs. A portrait of Wright by Werner Bischof-Magnum and an illustration of the Mile-High building. Original cover price 25c. (Sweeney 1316)

Size: 8.25 x 11.25

Pages: Pp 99-100

S#: 1316.00.0416

   
Date: 1963

Title: Newsweek - October 11, 1963  (Published weekly by Newsweek Inc., New York.  A Division of The Washington Post Company.)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Art: “A Legacy in Danger.”  Wright’s Robie House in Chicago: An American Brunelleschi threatened.  Includes three photographs.  Original cover price 25 cents. 

Size: 8.25 x 11

Pages: Pp 105

S#: 1565.17.0407

   
Date: 1963

Title: Newsweek - November 11, 1963

Author: Anonymous

Description: Letters: "Preserving a Heritage". Response to an article in the Oct. 7, 63 issue.

Size:

Pages: P 16

S#: 1565.01.0604

   
Date: 1988

Title: Newsweek - February 1, 1988 (Published weekly by Newsweek, Inc., New York)

Author: Davis, Douglas

Description: "The Wright Stuff. A crusty old genius of architecture (1867-1959 is hotter than ever. FLW, the very soul of iconoclasm during his life, now seems to be a god among architects. The man who never hesitated to defy vested truths and upset the pillars of tradition has become an icon himself." Includes information on the Usonian exhibit at Dallas Museum and purchases by Monaghan. Also includes review of Many Masks, Gill, 1987. Includes six photographs.

Size: 8.25 x 10.75

Pages: Pp 3, 52-54

ST#: 1988.72.0614

   
Date: 1967

Title: Newsweek - Oct 23, 1967 (Published weekly by Newsweek Inc., Dayton, Ohio)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Wright’s ‘Teahouse’: The only restaurant famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright ever designed opened for business last week on the grounds of his estate, Taliesin, 40 miles west of Madison, Wis. Wright designed the structure in 1953, intending it as a teahouse for visitors. At Wright’s death, in 1959, however, construction was far from complete and it was only last year that work was resumed by his successors. At the restaurant’s opening – it was the first structure in a planned 4,000-acre sport, resort and housing development – it was plain that what Wright had in mind was more than a simple teahouse..." Includes one photograph by Tim Wyngaard, of the Riverview Terrace Restaurant (1953 - S.367). Original cover price 50 cents. (Sweeney 1720)

Size: 8.25 x 11.25

Pages: P 78

S#: 1720.00.0416

   
   
   
TIME
 
Date: October 7, 1929

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: Art: Genius, Inc. (Notice of Frank Lloyd Wright’s incorporation)  (Sweeney 219)

Size:

Pages: Pp 45-6

S#: 0219.00.0601

   
Date: October 25, 1937

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: People: Text & Photo  (Sweeney 421)

Size:

Pages: P 68

S#: 0421.00.1200

   
Time1-38 1.jpg (29164 bytes) Date: January 17, 1938

Periodical: Time (Published by Time Inc.)

Author: Cover photograph by Valentino Sara, Inside photographs by Hendrich.

Description: Cover: "His city would be everywhere and nowhere." Art: "Usonian Architecture." Includes biographical information and seven photographs. Valentino Sara also photographed Wright for cover of "A Testament". Original List Price 15 cents. Three Copies. (Sweeney 454)

Size: 8.5 x 11.5.

Pages: Cover, Pp 29-32

S#: 0454.00.0600, 0454.00.0205, 0454.00.0305

   
Date: 1937

Title: Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright for cover of Time Magazine.

Description: Wright is wearing a dark jacket, dark suit and tie. He is facing slightly to the right, but looking toward the upper right corner. There is an illustration of Fallingwater behind him. There is also a small Asian figurine behind him on the left. This might indicate that it was photographed at Taliesin, Spring Green. This photograph was published on the cover of Time Magazine, January 17, 1938, which would indicate that the photograph would have been taken in the later part of 1937, so they would have it in time for the January 1938 issue. This photograph was also used on the cover of the 1977 edition of "An Autobiography," Wright, Horizon Press. Text on face: "Photograph of Frank Lloyd Wright, by Valentino Sarra. From: An Autobiography by Frank Lloyd Wright. Publication date: May 12, 1977. $17.50." Stamped on verso: "Jun 21 1977." Photograph by Valentino Sarra.

Size: Original 5 x 7.25 B&W photograph.

S#: 0429.27.1015

   
Date: January 31, 1938

Periodical: Time

Author: HF Johnson

Description: Reader Response to #0454.01.0600. Letters (one from HF Johnson [Wax])

Size:

Pages: Pp 2, 4-5

S#: 0454.01.0600

   
Date: February 21, 1938

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: Comments on exhibit of photographs of Fallingwater at Museum of Modern Art - See Book #0430  (Sweeney 432)

Size:

Pages: Pp 53

S#: 0432.00.0901

   
Date: November 7, 1938

Periodical: Time (Published weekly by Time, Inc. Chicago, IL)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Wright comments on Williamsburg. "In Williamsburg, Va., Architect Frank Lloyd Wright told a dumbfounded audience that the only value of the town’s restoration by the Rockefellers was to ‘Show us how little we need this type of architecture now.’ Said he: ‘What has been done for you, or two you, here in Williamsburg, has advanced out cause for modern organic architecture...’ Up in arms, as one man rose..." Original cover price 15c.

Size: 8.5 x 11.5.

Pages: Pp 37

S#: 0451.00.0612

   
Date: November 25, 1940

Periodical: Time (Published weekly by Time Inc., Chicago, IL)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Art: "A City for the Future. Nobody hates cities more than patriarchal U. S. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. To him Manhattan is a ‘great huddle’ whose skyscrapers are ‘one of the most infernal inventions.’ Nevertheless it was in Manhattan’s great huddle last week that the Museum of Modern Art put on a huge exhibition of the life work of Frank Lloyd Wright... City-Planner Wright, like many another architect, thinks that the bombing of Europe’s cities is likely to be a blessing in disguise. ‘After all,’ says he, ‘what is St. Paul’s? An imitation of St. Peter’s in Rome. I don’t think anyone will miss Wren’s work much. Broadacre is going to England as soon as there is a chance for it to be shown there. This will be immensely beneficial to England." Announcement for the Exhibition entitled "In The Nature of Material. The work of Frank Lloyd Wright". The exhibition catalog was not published until 2004. Original cover price 15c.

Size: 8.25 x 11.5

Pages: Pp 58

S#: 0507.00.0612

   
Date: December 2, 1940

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: Religion: Something new in churches. Wright design for Community Church, Kansas City.  Article and illustration. (Sweeney 525)

Size:

Pages: Pp 38 40

S#: 0525.00.0702

   
Date: May 4, 1942

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: Art: Usonian Evolution.  Biographic information as well as a review of "In the Nature of Materials".    (Sweeney 593)

Size:

Pages: Pp 67

S#: 0593.00.1104

   
Date: September 24, 1945

Periodical: Time (Published weekly by Time, Inc., Chicago, IL)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Art: "Made in Japan, -U.S. Designed. Twelve days after Tokyo’s worst recorded earthquake, famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright received a cablegram from the Japanese baron who ran the Imperial Hotel... Some 400 incendiaries had gutted the south wing, burning out 150 bedrooms. Also destroyed was the Imperial’s fancy Peacock Hall... Last week the hotel’s management (via Domei) begged Wright to come back and rebuild the gutted wing. Said Wright: let the Japs do it themselves." (See Wright’s response.) Includes one photograph of the Imperial Hotel. Original cover price 15c. (Sweeney 633)

Size: 8.25 x 10.75. 

Pages: Pg 46

S#: 0633.00.1209

   
Date: October 29, 1945

Periodical: Time (Published weekly by Time, Inc., Chicago, IL)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Letters: "Black Time, White Wright. Sirs: I refer to Time’s piece [Sept. 24] on the Imperial Hotel... Let my secretary speak. Quotation of Eugene Masselink: ‘Dear Mr. Wright... I was present when you spoke over the telephone to them and in reply to their questions you said: ‘No, I have received no request from Japan... I have never used the slang myself and I never will...’ "

"The Facts: Domei reported the hotel management’s request, and Time disrespectfully condensed arrogant Architect Wright’s adjectival reaction. - ED."  Original cover price 15c.

Size: 8.25 x 10.75.

Pages: Pp 6, 8

S#: 0633.01.1209

   
Date: January 27, 1947

Periodical: Time - January 27, 1947 (Published weekly by Time, Inc., Chicago, IL)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Art: "Happy Mortuary. The call - long distance from a man named Nicholas P. Daphne - came through at midnight. Silver-maned Frank Lloyd Wright struggled out of bed to answer it, heard an unfamiliar voice at the other end of the wire saying: ‘I’ve got the finest site, in the heart of San Francisco, and I want the finest mortuary in the world. So I figure,’ the voice pursued, ‘I need the finest architect in the world.’ " Article about the Daphne Funeral Chapels (project). Original cover price 20c.

Size: 8.25 x 11.2

Pages: Pp 63

S#: 0699.00.0612

   
Date: February 9, 1948

Periodical: Time

Author: Photos by Karsh, Guerrero & Stoller

Description: Art: Ahead of His Time.  Comments on the January 1948 issue of Architectural Forum (Sweeney 745) devoted to Wright.  Includes 7 photos.  (Sweeney 722)

Size:

Pages: Pp 68-9

S#: 0722.00.0703

   
Date: August 15, 1949

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: Art: New Shells. Article about Richard Neutra includes write-up, quote and photo of Wright. Description: Modern Houses... Across the USA. Includes photo of Fallingwater.
   
Size: Size:
   
Pages: Pp 58-65 Pages: Pp 60-61
   
S#:  0798.02.0802 S#: 0798.03.0802
   
Date: August 10, 1953

Periodical: Time (Canadian Edition) (Published weekly by Time International of Canada Ltd., Montreal, Quebec.)

Author: Anonymous, Wright

Description: "Naughty Nautilus. For the better part of his 84 years, Frank Lloyd Wright, the grand, infuriating and tireless old nautilus of U.S. architecture , has built ever more amazing mansions, put ever vaster domes over such projects as a mortuary in San Francisco, a chapel for Florida Southern College, a laboratory tower for Johnson Wax. When the Guggenheim Foundation asked him in 1945 to build an art museum for Manhattan’s upper Fifth Ave..." Article on the Guggenheim Museum. Includes one of Wright’s illustrations for the Guggenheim Museum. Original cover price 20c.

Size: 8.25 x 11.

Pages: Pp 60

S#: 0953.00.0612

   
Date: August 2, 1954

Periodical: Time (Published weekly by Time, Inc., Chicago)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Art: “The Wright Word”.  “Architect Frank Lloyd Wright, ensconced in Manhattan’s Plaza Hotel, began to get things rolling last week for the building of his spiral-shaped Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum."  He also comments on The Plaza, New York, The Age, Architecture and Talk.  Original cover price twenty cents.  (Sweeney 1045)

Size: 8.25 x 11. 

Pages: Pp 61

S#: 1045.00.0307

   
Date: July 25, 1955

Title: Time - 7/25/55 (Published weekly by Time, Inc. Chicago)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "The American Desert, 1955. A new way of life in the U.S. To the ordinary air traveler winging across the U. S. Southwest, the great American desert still seems an arid and forbidding waste of sand dry lake beds and jagged rock mountain... In Arizona’s Paradise Valley, where Frank Lloyd Wright and his students at nearby Taliesin West design homes for desert living. Realtor Merle Cheney bought 6,000 acres of land for as low as 25c an acre, now sells it at prices up to $3,000 an acre..." Caption: "Sunbonnet Roof, for comfortable desert living, was designed by Architect Frank Lloyd Wright to protect this Phoenix house from glare and heat." Includes one photograph of the Boomer Residence. The Benjamin Adelman Residence can be seen in the background. Original cover price 25c.

Size: 8.25 x 11

Pages: Pp 44-53

S#:
1092.101.0317
   
Date: June 11, 1956

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: A review of author Jacques Barzun’s work. Includes a mention and portrait of Wright.

Size:

Pages: Pp Cover 57-62

S#: 1130.00.1202

   
Date: July 2, 1956

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: The 20th Century Form Givers. Portrait and paragraph about Wright.   (Sweeney 1131) Description: Art: The Maturing Modern. Article about Saarinen. Includes comments on Wright, and photo of the Price Tower.
   
Size: Size:
   
Pages: Pp 51 Pages: Pp 51, 50-7
   
S#: 1131.00.0802 S#: 1131.01.0802
   
Date: 1956

Title: Time - September 10, 1956 (Published by Time, Inc., New York)

Author: Anonymous

Description: (Mile High Building) In Chicago, testy old (87) Architect Frank Lloyd Wright casually disclosed his latest high-flown fantasy: a one-mile-high, 510-story office building for the Loop. Topped with a 330-ft. TV antenna, it would be four times taller than the Empire State Building. "It’s perfectly scientific, and perfectly feasible.’ he said, brushing aside questions on how he would get 100,000 office workers in and out of the building on time, or what he would do about the planes that cross the area at considerably less than 5,600 ft..." (It shows the short sidedness of the reporter and the far reaching genius of Wright.) Original cover price 20c.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 52

S#: 1131.02.0815

   
Date: March 2, 1959

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: New World Synagogues (Beth Sholom Synagogue)

Size:

Pages: Pp 44-45

S#: 1377.01.1101

   
Date: April 2, 1959

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: Native Genius. (Wright’s Obituary)  (Sweeney 1341)

Size:

Pages: Pp 80 83

S#: 1341.00.0302

   
Date: November 2, 1959

Periodical: Time - November 2, 1959 (Published weekly by Time Inc., Chicago, Illinois)

Author: Anonymous

Description: Last Monument. Wright’s Guggenheim Museum: Mighty Tower & Babel of Discord. "A war between architecture and painting, in which both come out badly maimed," declared Art Critic John Canaday on Page One of the New York Times; "The most beautiful building in America," retorted Critic Emily Genauer in the New York Herald Tribune. "A building that should be put in a museum to show how mad the 20th Century is," editorialized the New York Daily Mirror. "Mr. Wright's greatest building, New York's greatest building." said Architect Philip Johnson, "one of the greatest rooms of the 20th century." "Frank has really done it," snapped one artist. "He has made painting absolutely unimportant." Includes two photographs of the Guggenheim by J. Alex Longley. Original cover price 25c. (Sweeney 1329)

Size: 8.25 x 11

Pages: Pp 67

S#: 1329.00.0302

   
Date: August 18, 1961

Periodical: Time  (Published weekly by Time, Inc., Chicago)

Author: Anonymous

Description: “Teacup Dome.  Architect Frank Lloyd Wright has been dead for two years, but monuments to his originality are still going up. Now another of his last major buildings - the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation at Wauwatosa is all but finished, and sightseers as well as worshipers are crowing to see it.”  Includes one photograph by Eric Schaal.  Original cover price 25 cents.  (Sweeney 1481)

Size: 8.3 x 11. 

Pages: Pg 50

S#: 1481.00.0607

   
Date: December 18, 1964

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: Modern Living Section: The City. Article includes text and photos on the Grady Gammage Auditorium

Size:

Pages: Pp 46-56

S#: 1596.02.0202

   
Date: October 5, 1983

Periodical: Time

Author: Anonymous

Description: Letters: Reprint of a 1945 letter by Wright & a quote by Masselink. Responding to a September 24 article about himself.  (S#633) Also includes an autograph. Description: Art: Usonian Architecture. Condensed reprint of a 1938 article . (Sweeney 454)
   
Size: Size:
   
Pages: Pp 13-14 Pages: Pp 124
   
S#: 1983.09.0203 S#: 1983.10.0203
   
Date: July 10, 1989

Periodical: Time (Published weekly by The Time Inc. Magazine Company, New York)

Author: Andersen, Kurt

Description: “Design: Antoni Gaudi meets Frank Lloyd Wright. A grand Folly in Ottawa. Canada’s newest museum is costly, controversial and curious.” Article only makes reference to Wright. Original cover price $2.00.

Size: 8 x 11.

Pages: Pp 3, 64

S#: 1989.38.0706

   
Date: Covering History, Time Magazine Covers 1923-1997 (1998)

Periodical: Covering History, Time Magazine Covers 1923-1997 (Published and updated in 1973, 1983, 1991, 1998 by Time Inc.)

Author: Isaacson, Walter

Description: "In 1923 America was busy doing what it does best: reinventing itself for the challenge to the future... Two young graduates of Yale University, Briton Hadden and Henry Luce, rose to the challange with a new concept: the weekly news magazine...) Includes every cover published from 1923-1997. Frank Lloyd Wright, January 17, 1938. (First Edition)

Size: 9.75 x 12.5.

Pages: Pp 88

S#: 1998.61.0298

   
   
   
COLLIER'S
   
Date: 1956

Title: Collier’s - August 3, 1956

Author: Gross, Leonard

Description: Listen to Frank Lloyd Wright. (Sweeney 1118)

Size:

Pages: Pp 20-21

S#:
1118.00.1101
   
   
   
ESQUIRE
   
Date: 1949

Title: Esquire - January 1944
Author: Photo By Yousuf Karsh Author: Photo By Mat Kauten
   
Description: Faces of Achievement - Frank Lloyd Wright (Sweeney 619) Description:  The Prophet Honored in His Country
   
Size:  
   
Pages: Pp 42 Pages: Pp 43
   
S#: 0786.00.0302 S#: 0786.01.0302
   
Esquire10-58 1.jpg (14663 bytes) Date: 1958

Title: Esquire - October 1958

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright

Description: Away with the Realtor

Size:

Pages: Pp 179-80

S#:
1252.00.0501
   
   
   
LET'S SEE
   
Date: 1959

Title: Let’s See - May 22 - June 4, 1959 (Published by Schmidt Publications, Milwaukee)

Author:
Anonymous

Description:
"An Era Ends." Summary of Wright’s work which includes 17 photographs. Original List Price 15 cents.

Size: 7.25 x 9.5

Pages:
Pp Cover, 8-14

S#:
1377.06.0305
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