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WISCONSIN MAGAZINE OF HISTORY
 
Date: 1932

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - September 1932 (Published quarterly by The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Evansville, Wisconsin)

Author: Kellogg, Louise Phelps

Description: Book Review: "An Autobiography," Wright, (Longman, Green & Co.), 1932, 371 pp. Price $10.00. This is a book by an artist who is also a lover of Wisconsin. It is remarkable both for its beautiful format and for its content, inspired with a passion for beauty. The earliest chapters describe the valley of the Wisconsin River to which the Lloyd Jones family, Welsh pioneers, migrated. The latest portion details the beauty and peace of the home place, Taliesin III near the ‘broad, sandy-barred Wisconsin River’s changing flow.’ Erratic like many artists, Wright could not endure the discipline of University days, but broke away in his eighteenth year, ‘the feeling of depression regarded by the University of Wisconsin was growing unbearable’..." Original cover price 75c. (Sweeney 319)

Size: 7 x 10.5

Pages: Pp 117

S#: 0319.00.0516

   
Date: 1943

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - December 1943 (Published quarterly by The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Hamlin, Talbot

Description: Book Review: "An Autobiography," Wright, (Duell, Sloane & Pearce, New York, 1943, 561 pp. Price $4.50.) Not only does this new edition of FLW’s Autobiography bring the story of his extraordinary career up to date, but also from the almost Olympian heights on which his age and his position have now established him he feels able to tell of many significant points in his earlier life which through discretion of timidity the book in its original form did not contain. Thus now for the first time we can learn of his astonishing activities as an expert and a dealer in Japanese prints; now we can know more of his first acquaintance with his present wide; and we can get precious details of his association with such of his contemporaries as Sandburg and Zona Gale..." Original cover price 75c. (Sweeney 317)

Size: 6 x 9

Pages: Pp 227-229

S#: 0317.00.0516

   
Date: 1955

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Spring 1955 (Published by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Bohrer, Florence Fifer

Description: "The Unitarian Hillside Home School. The Hillside Home School on the Wisconsin River near Spring Green was founded in 1887 by two sisters, Ellen and Jane Lloyd-Jones. They built the school on they site of their old family farmhouse. The main building was designed by a nephew, Frank Lloyd Wright, then a young amateur architect working for J. L. Silsbee in Chicago. While the school was established primarily for the education of the many nieces and nephews then living on the neighboring farms, some thirty or more, it was soon extended to include outside children from five to eighteen years of age..." Includes four photographs, including one of Hillside Home School II, (circa 1908). Original cover price $1.00. (Sweeney 1064)

Size: 7.5 x 10

Pages: Pp 151-155

S#: 1064.00.0215

   
Date: 1961

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Spring 1961 (Published quarterly by the State History of Wisconsin, Madison)

Author: Jacobs, Herbert (Author of two books on Frank Lloyd Wright)

Description: "A light look at Frank Lloyd Wright. In writing of Frank Lloyd Wright I want to make it clear at the beginning that I dealing with only one aspect of the man; his facility of self-critical evaluation; or his sense of humor, if you prefer a blunter term. I aim to show that man, not the demigod... During the many years of ‘covering’ Mr. Wright, I was frequently struck by the contrast between his public utterances - admonitory, reproving, sometimes downright savage - and the genial gaiety of his less public appearances among clients an friends." Includes 12 photographs of Taliesin West (5), Taliesin, Jacobs 1 (2), Unitarian Meeting House Madison (2) and Jacobs 2 (2). Wright designed two homes for Jacobs. Original price $1.25. (Sweeney 1475)

Size: 7.5 x 10

Pages: Pp 163-176

S#: 1475.00.0113

   
Date: 1964

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Autumn 1964 (Published quarterly by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Perrin, Richard W.E.

Description: “Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin: Prophet in His Own Country.” Background on Wright and his work in Wisconsin. Includes 20 photographs. Original cover price $1.25. (Digital version) (Sweeney 1592)

Size: 7.5 x 10

Pages: Pp 32-47

S#: 1592.00.0209

   
Date: 1967

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Winter 1967 (Published quarterly by the State History of Wisconsin, Madison)

Author: Hines, Thomas S. Jr.

Description: “Frank Lloyd Wright - The Madison Years: Record versus Recollection”.  History of Wright’s early years.  Also verifies Wright was born in 1867.  Includes 8 photos and illustrations.  Original price $1.25. (Sweeney 1699)

Size: 7.5 x 10

Pages: Pp 109-119

S#: 1699.00.0706

   
Date: 1968

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Spring 1968  (Published quarterly by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison)

Author: Twombly, Robert C.

Description: “Frank Lloyd Wright in Spring Green, 1911-1932.”  Includes 14 photos and illustrations. (Sweeney 1756)

Size: 7.5 x 10

Pages: Pp 200-217

S#: 1756.00.0706

   
Date: 1980

Title: Wisconsin Stories: Frank Lloyd Wright in Spring Green, 1911-1932  (Published by The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison)

Author: Twombly, Robert C.

Description: Reprinted from the Wisconsin Magazine of History, Spring 1968. Includes 16 photos and one illustration. Original list price $1.50. (First Edition)

Size: 7.5 x 10.

Pages: Pp 20

ST#: 1980.17.0606

   
Date: 1989

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Winter 1988-1989  (Published quarterly by the State History of Wisconsin, Madison)

Author: 1) Holzhueter, John O.    Author: 2) Kruty, Paul
     
Description: 1) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Designs for Robert Lamp” This included the Lamp Cottage, “Rocky Roost” (1893) (S.021), the Lamp Residence (1903) as well as unbuilt projects.  Includes 28 photographs and 25 illustrations.    Description: 2) Book Review: “Many Masks: A Life of Frank Lloyd Wright” Gill, HC 1987 $24.95, SC 1988 $12.95.  Original cover price $6.25. 
     
Size: 7.5 x 10   Size: 7.5 x 10
     
Pages: 1) Cover 82-125 Back Cover    Pages: 2) 143-144

ST#: 1989.46.0307

   
Date: 1989

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Spring 1989  (Published quarterly by the State History of Wisconsin, Madison)

Author: Holzhueter, John O.   Author: Holzhueter, John O.
     
Description: 1) “Cudworth Beye, Frank Lloyd Wright, and the Yahara River Boathouse, 1905." “To give Cudworth Beye his due, the project should be designated henceforth in the list of Wright’s work as ‘The Yahara River Boathouse for Cudworth Beye, December, 1905.'”  Includes 32 photographs and 11 illustrations.     Description: 2) “How the Beye Letters Were Discovered.” Original cover price $6.25. 
     
Size: 7.5 x 10   Size: 7.5 x 10
     
Pages: 1) Pp 162-196   Pages: 2) 197-198

ST#: 1989.47.0307

   
Date: 1989

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Summer 1989  (Published quarterly by the State History of Wisconsin, Madison)

Author: Holzhueter, John O.

Description: “Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1893 Boathouse Design for Madison’s Lakes.”  Wright’s early history and history of boathouse and it’s destruction.  Includes 28 photos and illustrations.  Original price $6.25. Three copies.

Size: 7.5 x 10

Pages: Pp Cover 273-92 Back Cover

ST#: 1989.39.0706, 1989.41.0806, 1989.48.0307

   
Date: 1989

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Autumn 1989  (Published quarterly by the State History of Wisconsin, Madison)

Author: Manson, Grant Carpenter

Description: “The Wonderful World of Taliesin: My Twenty Years on Its Fringes.” Manson’s involvement with Wright and information about writing his book. Includes five photos. Original price $6.25. (Complete digital article)

Size: 7.5 x 10

Pages: Pp 33-41

ST#: 1989.65.0908

   
Date: 2005

Title: Wisconsin Magazine of History - Autumn 2005 (Published quarterly by the Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, WI)

Author: Holzhueter, John O.

Description: "An Ebay Coup. The Right Place for a Frank Lloyd Wright Album." Photographic album of 33 images from 1911-1912 of Taliesin became available on eBay. Led by the Historical Society, $25,200 was raised - in amounts ranging from $50 to $2,500 from forty-five donors - in three days... The seller was from Fairhope, Alabama, who purchased it from an estate sale in Fairhope in 1988. Includes eight original photographs from the album as well as recent comparative photographs for a total of 14 photographs. Original cover price $10. Gift from Randolph C. Henning.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 1 46-51

ST#: 2005.21.0709

   
   
   
WRIGHT IN WISCONSIN
   
Date: 2007

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2007 Vol. 13 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Ediitor Sanford, Barbara  1) Hice, Denise; Hagge, Inga Brynildson  2) Hice, Denise  4) Hagge, Inga Brynildson  5) Hertzberg, Mark  7) Fox, Jan Marshall  8) Bergenthal, Karen  9) Green, Penelope; Kohl, Gail  10) Sabin, Heather

Description: 1) Black Point: A Lake Geneva Legacy. Wright and Like to Visit the Queen of Geneva Lake. 2) From the President. 3) Prairie on the Lakes, Wright & Like 2007 4) Resurrecting Wright: FLLW Foundation in the 21st Century. 5) The Lake Geneva Inn. 6) Taliesin Fellow Remembered: Lynn Anderson. 7) On Site: Monona Terrace Celebrates 10th Anniversary. 8) Burnham Beat: American System-Built Home Tour Marks 1st Year. 9) Book Review: Pedro E. Guerrero: A Photographer’s Journey. 10) Pedro Guerrero to Appear at Monona Terrace. 11) Vintage Postcard. Fred B. Jones Boathouse. Includes nine photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2007.79.0516
   
Date: 2007

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2007 Vol. 13 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara  1) Holzhueter, Jack  2) Hice, Denise  4) Hertzberg, Mark  7) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: 1) A Third House on Burnham Street. 2) From the President. 3) A Wright in Wisconsin Evening: The Frederick C. Bogk House. 4) The SC Johnson Research Tower  5) Burnham Beat: Restoration to Begin. 6) Prairie on the Lakes, Wright & Like 2007. Lake Delavan and Geneva. 7) At Taliesin 8) 2007 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Conference October 10-14. 9) Frenderick Bogk House. Includes 14 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11


Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2007.80.0516
   
Date: 2008

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2008 Vol. 14 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara   1) Fox, Jan Marshall
2) Hice, Denise   3) Hertzberg, Mark   5) Hagge, Inga Brynildson   7) Hartmann, Robert
8) Hertzberg, Mark

Description: 1) Spring 2008 is the Wright Time in Milwaukee. Exhibition: Hollyhock House and Olive Hill. 
2) From the President.  3) SC Johnson’s Fortalesza Hall to Open in 2009.  4) Burnham Beat: Milwaukee Foundations Continue to Show their Support.  5) Cyber-Wright.  6) Wright & Like 2008. On the Road Again. The Mid-Century Architecture of
Frank Lloyd Wright, Russell Barr Williamson and John Randal McDonald.  7) An Evening at the Frederick C. Bogk House.  8) Meet The Prairie Mod Squad.  9) American System-Built Homes. Includes 10 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

S#:
2008.32.0516
   
Date: 2008

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2008 Vol. 14 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Edit: Sanford, Barbara 2&3) Hice, Denise  4) Meehan, Patrick J.  5) Flaig, Liz
6) Sabin, Heather   7) Hartmann, Bob 8) Hice, Denise 10) Swedener, Daniel   11) Henning, Randolph C.
12) Holzhueter, Jack

Description: 1) Wright & Like 2008. On the Road Again. The Mid-Century Architecture of
Frank Lloyd Wright, Russell Barr Williamson and John Randal McDonald.  2) From the President.  3) Flying High in Madison: The Art and Architectural Inspiration of Dane County Regional Airport.  4) "The Last Wright": New Film on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Park Inn at Mason City, Iowa.  5) A Revolutionary in Milwaukee: The Designs of George Mann Niedecken.  6) On Site. Terrace Town.  7) Burnham Beat: Burnham Street Houses Contribute to a Healthy Neighborhood.  8) The Gobbler Supper Club: The Search for Something Different. Architect Helmut Ajango.  9) Birthday Brunch for Frank Lloyd Wright!  10) Pedro Guerrero and Family Subject of Photo Exhibition.  11) At Taliesin  12) The Gilmore House: A History . 13) The Bernard Schwatz House. Includes 12 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

S#:
2008.33.0516
   
Date: 2009

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2009 Vol. 15 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara  1) Hice, Denise  2) Pandazi, Maria  3) Hice, Denise  4) Hartmann, Bob
5) Fox, Gail  6) Gehrig, Erica Fox  7) Henning, Randolph C.  8) Puleo, Fran

Description: 1) Wright & Like 2009. Preservation Done Wright.  2) From the President.  3) Burnham Beat: Restoration Update.  4) Friendly Skies at Gilmore House Brunch.  5) On Site: "Somewhere in Time" at the Bernard Schwartz House.  6) Jacobs II House Receives Preservation Award.  7) At Taliesin  8) Monona Terrace: "Leed"ing the Way.  9) Vintage Postcard. Rocky Roost. Includes 12 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11

Size:

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2009.42.0516
   
Date: 2009

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2009 Vol. 15 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara  1) Garver, Thomas  3) Pandazi, Maria 5) Hice, Denise 6) Fayen, Sarah  8) Johnson, Carol 9) Hagge, Inga Brynildson  10) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: 1) How Do You Add to a Frank Lloyd Wright Building? The First Unitarian Meeting House Expands.  2) Pew House – Wisconsin’s Fallingwater – Highlights 2009 Wright & Like Tour.  3) From the President.  4) Governor Proclaims "Frank Lloyd Wright Remembrance Day."  5) Burnham Beat: Lights, Camera, Restoration, American System Built Home  6) Milwaukee Art Museum Exhibition First to Highlight Turn-of-Century Furniture-Maker  7) Distinctively Different – Lake Geneva Receives High Honors.  8) On Site. Busy Spring at Taliesin.  9) From Wisconsin Outward: The Guggenheim Celebrates Wright.  10) At Taliesin  11) Vintage Postcard. Mendota Boathouse. Includes 10 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2009.43.0516
   
Date: 2009

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2009 Vol. 15 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara  1) Hartmann, Bob  3) Pandazi, Maria   4) Hice, Denise
5) Sanford, Barbara   6) Hesslberg..

Description: 1) 1972 Bradley House Fire: A Photographic History.  2) Wright & Like 2010. Racine: Poetic Spaces, Quiet Places, Jun 5, 2010.  3) From the President.  4) Burnham Beat: Restoration Update.  5) Book Review. The Woman: A Review.  6) Mystery in Taliesin graveyard. Stone appears, then disappears.  7) Guerrero Exhibition Opens in Paoli.  8) Who Reads Wright?   9) At Taliesin  10) Vintage Postcard. Burnham Street Home. Includes 13 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2
009.44.0516
   
Date: 2010

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2010 Vol. 16 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara  1) Hartmann, Bob 2) Pandazi, Maria   3&4) Hice, Denise 8) Henning, Randolph C.  9) Dickison, Theresa

Description: 1) Wright & Like 2010: Racine/Lenosha. Poetic Spaces, Quiet Places.  2) From the President.  3) Burnham Beat: National Trust Council Visits Burnham.  4) FLLW-WI Awarded Second Save America’s Treasures Grant. 5) On Site: Wright Lecture Series at Monona Terrace.  6) Remembering Eugene Van Tamelen.  7) Hall Houses New Frank Lloyd Wright Library (SC Johnson).  8) At Taliesin  9) Members Tour Chicago Area Wright Homes.  10) Vintage Postcard. S.C. Johnson. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2010.27.0516
   
Date: 2010

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2010 Vol. 16 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara   1) Hice, Denise 2) Pandazi, Maria  3) Hice, Denise  5) Dickison, Theresa  6) Hartmann, Bob & Jill  8) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: 1) The New Prairie Architecture of Kenneth Dahlin – Beauty & Harmony in Design.  2) From the President.  3) Burnham Beat: Burnham Restoration to Receive Preservation Award.  4) New FLLW Books for Children & Adults: Frank Lloyd Wright and His New American Architecture, Kann, 2010; Death in a Prairie House: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Murders, Drennan, 2007   5) On Site: Going Green at Wingspread.  6) Mason House Added to Wright & Like 2010 Tour.  7) Kids’ Architectural Camp at Taliesin.  8) At Taliesin  9) Vintage Postcard. Wingspread. Includes 12 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2010.28.0516
   
Date: 2012

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2012 Vol. 17 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara  1) Hertzberg, Mark  2) Hartmann, Robert  3) Hertzberg, Mark   4) Perkins, Scott  5) Hertzberg, Mark  7) Tish, Jason  8) Henning, Randolph C. 10) Dickison, Theresa

Description: 1) SC Johnson Conserves FLLW Artifacts.  2) From the President.  3) Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin: Illustrated by Vintage Postcards, by Randolph C. Henning, 2012  4) PrairieMod Receives Wright Spirit Award.  5) SC Johnson: Exemplary Steward of FLLW Buildings.  6) Wright on the Road.  7) Blowing up the Onion: Historic Preservation & the Physical Context of Historic Architecture.  8) At Taliesin  9) In Memorium.  10) A Unique Perspective of Wright Design.  11) Historic Photo. Arthur R. Munkwitz Apartments. Includes 14 photographs and illustrations.  (Digital Copy)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2012.23.0516
   
Date: 2012

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2012 Vol. 17 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara  2) Hartmann, Robert  3) Fox, Gail   4) Martinelli, Bill  5) Boyd, Terry  6) Holzhueter, Jack  7) Hertzberg, Mark  8) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: 1) Wright & Like 2012: Spring Green Hidden Treasures.  2) From the President.  3) Thread of Influence: Fall Tour to Spotlight Houses by Frank Lloyd Wright, Russel Bar Williamson & John Bloodgood Schuster.  4) 20 Years Living Wright: Celebration of Seth Peterson Cottage Restoration.  5) Burnham Beat. Inside the American System-Built Model B1 House.  6) Help Make a Beautiful Neighborhood to Model B1.  7) Sean Malone New Head of FLLW Foundation.  8) At Taliesin  9) SC Johnson Gallery Opens.  10) Vintage Postcard. SC Johnson. Includes 22 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2012.24.0516
   
Date: 2012

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2012 Vol. 17 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara   1, 3 & 5) Hertzberg, Mark  2) Hartmann, Robert   4) Boyd, Terry  7) Shokler, Sherri 8) Dahlin, Ken 9) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: 1) FLLW Wisconsin Purchases American System-Built House.  2) From the President.  3) Gene Szymczak: Hardy House’s New Owner  4) Burnham Beat: Burnham Street Docent Program  5) Wright "At Home" at SC Johnson  6) Fall Tour Recap  7) Wright & Like: 2012 Review & 2013 Preview. 2012: What a Marvelous Event It Was.  8) UWM Course on Wright’s Organic Architecture  9) At Taliesin  10) Book Review: Building Taliesin: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home of Love and Loss, Ron McCrea, 2012.  11) In Memorium: Cornelia Brierly; Pedro Guerrero.  12) Vintage Postcard. Taliesin. Includes 23 photographs and illustrations.
(Digital Copy)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2012.25.0516
   
Date: 2013

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2013 Vol. 18 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara   2) Hartmann, Robert   4&5) Boyd, Terry   6) Dahlin, Ken   7) Henning, Randolph C.  8) Dahlin, Ken

Description: 1) Special Spring Event: Hardy House Tour.   2) From the President.   3) Mary Jane Hamilton & Jack Holzhueter Receive Wright Spirit Awards   4) Burnham Beat: Continuous Learning for Docents. Construction is Gearing Up.   5) Barbara Elsner: Moving Forward   6) What’s So Special about Wright?   7) At Taliesin.   8) Ron McCrea Talk at Golden Rondelle   9) Mark Hertzberg to Serve on Wright on the Park Board.   10) Hardy House Restoration   11) Vintage Postcard. Taliesin. Includes 21 photographs and illustrations. (Digital Copy)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2013.19.0516
   
Date: 2013

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2013 Vol. 18 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara   1) Hice, Denise  2) Hartmann, Robert   3) Dahlin, Ken   4) Boyd, Terry   6) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: 1) Wright & Like 2013: Greetings from Lake Country   2) From the President.   3) Wright’s Middle Way   4) Burnham Beat. The Layton Boulevard West Neighborhoods   5) Sherri Shokler: Our Public Face.   6) At Taliesin.   7) Hardy House Tour a Success.   8) SC Johnson Research Tower to Open for Tours   9) Vintage Postcard. Charles A. Stevens Lodge. Includes 23 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2013.20.0516
   
Date: 2013

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2013 Vol. 18 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Sanford, Barbara   2) Berg, Lois   3) Dahlin, Ken   4) Boyd, Terry   5) Hertzberg, Mark   6) Stefansson. Pamela   7) Hice, Denise   8) Tish, Jason   9) Henning, Randolph C. 11) Tish, Jason   12) Hall, George.

Description: 1) New Chapter for A. D. German Warehouse   2) From the President.   3) Ornament and Crime   4) Burnham Beat. From a Drawing to a Chair   5) Lois Berg: New Board President   6) On Site: Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center.   7) Farewell to Lake Country and Wright & Like 2013.   8) Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior.   9) Madison "Wrightian" Houses May Qualify for National Register.   10) At Taliesin.   11) Jack Holzhueter Receives Madison Trust Award.   12) In Celebration of Pedro Guerrero.   13) In Memoriam: Mary Ellen Rudin.   14) Vintage Postcard. Fred B. Jones House. Includes 14 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2013.21.0516
   
Date: 2014

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2014 Vol. 19 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Templeton, Scott K.  1) Bridgeman, Michael  2) Berg, Lois Y. 3) Boyd, Terry; Lilek, Mike  5) Levine, Jeffrey 6) Schnell, Traci E.  7) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: 1) Preserving the Lamp House.  2) President’s Message. 3) News Briefs.  4) Burnham Beat: Wright in Wisconsin Received Exceptionally Good Publicity.  5) Wisconsinites Honored with Wright Spirit Awards.  6) Faces of Our Organization.  7) At Taliesin.  8) Wisconsin Wright Sites Tours & Events.  9) Vintage Postcard. Taliesin Fire. Includes 15 photographs and illustrations. (Digital Copy)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 12

ST#:
2014.35.0516
   
Date: 2014

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2014 Vol. 19 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Templeton, Scott K.  1) Hice, Denise 2) Berg, Lois Y.  5) Bridgeman, Michael  6) Hertzberg, Mark  7) Dahlin, Ken  8) Boyd, Terry  9) Templeton, Scott  10) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: Wright and Like 2014: Driving Mr. Wright.  1) It’s time to Hit the Road!  2) President’s Message.  3) News Briefs. 4) A Long Awaited Peek Behind the Pyrex Veil. SC Johnson Research Tower.  5) Future Looking Brighter for Lamp House.  6) Hardy House Restoration Completed.  7) Form & Function.  8) A Stove for American System-Built B1.  9) Changs at Monona Terrace.  10) At Taliesin. 11) Wisconsin Wright Sites Tours & Events.  12) Vintage Postcard. Hillside Home School. Includes 36 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 16

ST#:
2014.36.0516
   
Date: 2014

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2014 Vol. 19 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Templeton, Scott K.  1) Bridgeman, Michael  2) Berg, Lois Y. 4) Loppnow, Marty  5) Lilek, Mike  6) Dahlin, Ken  7) Boyd, Terry  8) Henning, Randolph C.  9) Hall, George

Description: Welcome Home.  1) Wright Prints Return to Wisconsin. Historical Society secures set of American System-Built drawings.  2) President’s Message.  3) Open House at A.D. German; Honoring organic architecture; Expanded Wingspread tours.  4) Three Generations of Wright Fans. It’s all in the family for the owner of the Morey House.  5) Cream of the Crop. Restoration work in Milwaukee earns FLLW WI an award.  6) The Japanese Connection.  7) Burnham Beat: Fresh Help.  8) At Taliesin.  9) It All Started With Stanford University.  10) Wisconsin Wright Sites Tours & Events.  11) Vintage Postcard. Taliesin. Includes 35 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 16

ST#: 2
014.37.0516
   
Date: 2015

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - May 2015 Vol. 20 Issue 2 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Templeton, Scott K. 1) Moe, Doug  2) Berg, Lois Y. 4) Hall, George  6) Ditmer, Michael  8) Burke, Michael  9) Dahlin, Ken  10) Shokler, Sherri  11) Henning, Randolph C. 14) Holzhueter, Jack

Description: 1) Right Man for Wright Design. James Dennis, steward of the Jacobs I House for over 30 years.  2) President’s Message.  3) In Memoriam: Frances Nemtin.  4) Wright and Like 2015: Madison.  5) Jacobs II Tour Opportunity. 6) "Still Bend" Celebrates Anniversary. The Bernard Schwartz House turns 75.  7) Wasmuth Lithographs on Display. New exhibition at SC Johnson offers rare opportunity.  8) SC Johnson joins Chicago Architectural Biennial.  9) So What Does "Organic" Actually Mean? 10) Wright Volunteer for 25 Years, Bill Martinelli.  11) At Taliesin.  12) Wisconsin Wright Sites Tours & Events. 13) Milwaukee Hosts FLLBC. Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy 2015 Annual Conference. Wisconsin: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Laboratory.  14) Vintage Postcard. Rocky Roost. Includes 31 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 16

ST#: 2
015.27.0516
   
Date: 2015

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2015 Vol. 20 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Templeton, Scott K. 1) Hertzberg, Mark  2) Berg, Lois Y. 4) Shokler, Sherr  5) Gussert, Andy  6) Dahlin, Ken  7) Hertzberg, Mark  8) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: 1) A Rarity: Unknown Wright Found. FLLW WI board member documents "new" ASBH house.  2) President’s Message.  3) News Briefs.  4) Wright and Like 2015 Review. Madison tour a success – 25 states represented.  5) Wright Trail Efforts Detoured for Now. A mandate to create an official tourism route is left unfunded.  6) What Is Organic Architecture?  7) In Memoriam: Jim Yoghourtjian.  8) At Taliesin.  9) Wisconsin Wright Sites Tours & Events.  10) Vintage Postcard. Hillside Home School. Includes 39 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 16

ST#:
2015.28.0516
   
Date: 2016

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - February 2016 Vol. 21 Issue 1 (Published three times annually by Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Templeton, Scott K.  1) Hamilton, Mary Jane  2) Hall, George  4) Hertzberg, Mark  5) Walter, Barbara  6) St. Maurice, Henry; Arnold, Mary  7) MaCaulay, Stewart  8) Berg, Lois Y. 9) Jones, Marshall  10) Henning, Randolph C.

Description: 1) Lightning Strikes Twice. Two ASBH homes identified in Wisconsin in the same year.  2) President’s Message. 3) News Briefs: JOA+D on ASBH; Lamp designed for the Schwartz House built 75 years later.  4) Wright and Like 2016 Preview. Three-day architectural feast coming to Racine.  5) How Wright and Like was named.  6) Next Generation of Architects, Wakanda School still breaking boxes.  7) Book Review: John H. Howe, Architect. From Taliesin Apprentice to Master of Organic Design. Hession & Quigley.  8) Celebration on Burnham. FLLW WI holds its first-ever donor appriciation (sic) event.  9) What Mr. Wright Means to Me.  10) At Taliesin.  11) Wisconsin Wright Sites Tours & Events.  12) Gold for Monona Terrace.  13) Vintage Postcard. Lake Shore Drive, Racine. Includes 36 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11

Size:

Pages: Pp 20

ST#:
2016.20.0516
   
Date: 2017

Title: Wright in Wisconsin, Newsletter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Wisconsin - September 2017 Vol. 22 Issue 3 (Published three times annually by Wright in Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)

Author: Editor: Hertzberg, Mark; Copy Editor: Templeton, Scott K., 2) Hall, George 4) Silverman, Jason 5&6) Hertzberg, Mark 7) Shokler, Sherri 8) Hall, George 12) Johnson, Sally

Description: 1) A New Day. Our Organization Reorganizes. 2) President’s Message. 3) Myriad Celebrations marked the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth on June 8, 1867: Taliesin; Bernard Schwartz House; Milwaukee Art Museum; Tan-Y-Deri; Madison Children’s Museum; SC Johnson. 4) In Memoriam: Anthony Puttnam. 5) Another Honor for Eugene Szymczak. Seth Peterson Cottage director bestow Kristin Visser Award. 6) New Old Views of Wright Construction. 7) Wright and Like 2017 Recap. 8) Wright for Wright Nerds. 9) Tours & Events 10) "Wright" the Roof Gala (Unitarian Meeting House). 11) SC Johnson and the Chicago Architecture Biennial. 12) Wakanda Still Breaking the Box. 13) Vintage Postcard (Bank of Spring Green). Includes 48 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 20

ST#:
2017.13.0618
   
   
   
BADGER HISTORY - WISCONSIN AND THE ARTS
   
Date: Circa 1969

Title: Badger History - Wisconsin and the Arts (Single sheet) (A Supplement published by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin)

Author: State Historical Society of Wisconsin

Description: Text on face: "In 1915, Frank Lloyd Wright traveled to Tokyo to design the Imperial Hotel. Wright planned the hotel to blend with the Japanese city. He supervised every detail of the building. Somehow, Wright managed to make each guest room different from the others. This "earthquake-proof" structure was recently torn down." Photograph from 1923.

Size: 11 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 1

S#:
1803.20.1116
   
   
   

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