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FORTUNE
 
Date: 1942

Title: Fortune - January 1942

Author: Anonymous

Description: Goodby Mr. Chippendale. Contemporary designers use materials of today to design for the living. Photo of Fallingwater by Hedrich-Blessing. Also includes caption.

Size:

Pages: Pp 56-57

S#: 0593.02.0504

   
Date: 1946

Title: Fortune - August 1946 (Two Copies)

Author: Nelson, George; Author: Anonymous
   
Description: Wright’s Houses. Two residences, built by a great architect for himself, make the landscape look as if it had been designed to fit them. Photographs by Ezra Stoller.  (Sweeney 672) Description: Genius Americanus. Full page photo and text introducing Wright article on page 116. Photo by Ben Schnall.
   
Size: Size:
   
Pages: Pp 116-125 Pages: Pp 17
   
S#: 0672.00.0603, 0672.00.0904 S#: 0672.01.0603, 0672.01.0904
   
Date: 1950

Title: Fortune - February 1950 (Published monthly by Time Inc., Chicago)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Glass house for researchers. Probably the most fanciful structure designed for was operations since the adoption of the beehive is this Frank Lloyd Wright cantilevered tower, being erected at Racine, Wisconsin, for the wax researchers of S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. The outer walls will be mostly glass. Inside the inner core, which will support the whole structure, are air-conditioned tubes, elevators, stairway." Includes one photograph. Original cover price $1.25. (Sweeney 810)

Size: 10.25 x 13

Pages: Pp 16

S#: 0810.00.0416

   
Date: 1965

Title: Fortune - June 1965 (Published monthly by Time Inc., Chicago)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "A Late Frank Lloyd Wright is Complete in Kansas. Wichita State University has a campus whose architectural scope ranges from becolumned 1904 Greek revival (the art department) to flat 1951 brick modern revival (the business-administration college). The psychology laboratory lives in a large wooden structure that might be called granary modern. But Wichita State also has a jewel gracing the greensward. The Frank Lloyd Wright building on its campus, completed last year, is already a place of pilgrimage. ‘Visitors come to it y the hundreds,’ remarked Dean Jackson O. Powell, whose College of Education occupies the building. Bemused by the building himself, Dean Powell says, ‘We actually react to the lovely intimacy it offers. That is still a surprise to us.’ " Includes one photograph of the Juvenile Cultural Study Center (1957 - S.418), Wichita State University. Original cover price $1.25. (Sweeney 1614)

Size: 10.25 x 13

Pages: Pp 186

S#: 1614.00.0416

   
Date: 1965

Title: Fortune - August 1965 (Published monthly by Time Inc., Chicago)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Gold in the Hills of California. Ordinarily, when a county board of supervisors looks for new quarters, it inclines toward a flat architect. In bold and agreeable contrast, the five elected supervisors of Marin County, California, searching for a county center, first purchased 140 acres of hilly terrain outside of San Rafael, and then, in 1957, invited Frank Lloyd Wright to look it over. Clad in cape and aged splendor, Wright cast his eye over the ground and proclaimed his intention to design ‘a good building that will make the landscape more beautiful..." Includes five photographs by Hal Roth, of the Marin County Administration Building (1957 - S.416). Original cover price $1.50. (Sweeney 1609)

Size: 10.25 x 13

Pages: Pp 162-164

S#: 1609.00.0416

   
   
   
TOWN & COUNTRY
 
Town&Country2-38 1.jpg (35476 bytes) Date: 1938

Title: Town & Country - February 1938

Author: Patterson, Augusta Owen

Description: Three Modern Houses: No. 3. Owner, Edgar J Kaufmann, Pittsburgh; Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.

Size:

Pages: Pp 64-65, 104

S#: 0450.00.1201

   
Date: 1940

Title: Town & Country - Feb 1940 (Published monthly by Hearst Magazine, Inc. New York)

Author: Patterson, Augusta Owen

Description: "3 Modern Houses. No 1. Owner, Herbert F. Johnson, Jr., Racine. Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright traces the house he designed from Herbert F. Johnson, Jr... straight back to the Indian tepee, which had a fire in the center and a hole in the top to let the smoke out. It is 100 per cent American, drawn practically out of the Wisconsin prairies, for which Mr. Wright has a deep and romantic feeling. It is timeless architecture, standing on its own native nobility, owning nothing on what he calls borrowing from the nobility of little England..." Includes 10 photographs by Gottscho. Original cover price 50 cents. (Sweeney 521)

Size: 10 x 13.5.

Pages: Pp 52-57

S#: 0521.00.0313

   
Date: 1946

Title: Town & Country - December 1946

Author: Hitchcock, Henry-Russell Jr.

Description: "Prairie". Full page color photo of the Herbert F. Johnson home. Also includes description.

Size:

Pages: Pp 113

S#: 0685.02.1004

   
Date: 2013

Title: Town & Country - March 2013 (Published 11 times a year by Hearst Magazines International, New York)

Author: Anonymous

Description: "Artist in Residence. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, his winter home in the Arizona desert, provides the backdrop for sprint collections that infuse architectural minimalism with Bohemian flair. Includes 13 photographs by Bettina Lewin, three historic images by Hendrich Blessing, Russell Lee (1957) and Tony Vaccaro (1940). Original cover price $4.50.

Size: 9 x 10.8.

Pages: Pp 21, 106-117

ST#: 2013.02.0313

   
   
   

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