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  HISTORY    1957 (#1089)    1966 (#1280)    1982 (#2019)    1998 (#3182o)    2005 (#3910a) 

 
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1998

 

HISTORY: Stamp collecting is the collecting of postage stamps and related objects, such as covers (envelopes or packages with stamps on them).  It is one of the world's most popular hobbies, with estimates of the number of collectors ranging up to 20 million in the United States alone.  Collecting is not the same as philately, which is the study of stamps.  A philatelist often does, but need not, collect the objects of study, nor is it necessary to closely study what one collects.

A first day cover (FDC) is typically an envelope with a postage stamp canceled on its first day of issue.  A commemorative cover has a commemorative design and special postmark to mark the date of a specific event.  A cover is an envelope or package, typically with stamps that have been canceled.  The term originates from the practice of covering a letter by folding a separate sheet about it to physically protect and prevent infringement of confidentiality.  In the first half of the 19th century it became the fashion to cut the cover into a diamond or lozenge shape.  This was the precursor version of the envelope as it is known today. Its popularity was ensured in Britain when the lozenge design was adopted for the special pre-paid postage envelopes and covers issued at the launch the postal reforms of 1840.

A philatelic cover is a cover sent through the mails for the purpose of creating a collectible item.  While some collectors specialize in philatelic covers, especially first day covers (FDC) and cachet covers, others regard them as artificial objects that are not reflective of real-world usage, and will pay a higher price for "commercial covers".

Stamp collectors began to send mail to each other and to themselves early on, and philatelic mail is known from the late 19th century.  The possible kinds of philatelic covers are only limited by the imagination of creative collectors, but there are a number of well- known categories: First day covers, mailed on the first day of issue of a stamp.  The issuing country often prepares special cancels for the event;  Cachet covers, sent on envelopes with additional artwork, usually relating to the theme of the stamp;  Covers with special or commemorative cancellations used temporarily by a post office.

A cachet is a design or inscription, other than a cancellation or pre-printed postage, on an envelope, postcard, or postal card to commemorate a postal or philatelic event.  There are official and private cachets; they commemorate everything from the first flight on a particular route, to the Super Bowl.  Cachets are also frequently made, either by private companies, or a government, for First day of issue stamp events or 'Second-Day' stamp events.

The first cacheted FDC (first day cover) was produced by prominent philatelist and cachet maker George W. Linn in 1923, for the Harding Memorial stamp issue.  Cachet making is considered an art form, and cachets may be produced by using any number of methods, including drawing or painting directly onto the envelope, serigraphy, block printing, lithography, engraving, laser printing, attachment of photographs or other paper memorabilia, etc.  The largest and best-known cachet making companies, which typically produce thousands or tens of thousands of printed cachets for U.S. stamp issues, are Artcraft, Artmaster, Fleetwood, House of Farnam, and Colorano.

The numbering system used by Scott Publishing Co. to identify stamps is dominant among stamp collectors in the United States.  The first Scott catalogue was a 21-page pamphlet with the title Descriptive Catalogue of American and Foreign Postage Stamps, Issued from 1840 to Date, Splendidly Illustrated with Colored Engravings and Containing the Current Value of each Variety.  It was published in September 1868 by J.W. Scott, an early stamp dealer in New York, and purported to list all the stamps of the world, with prices for each.  In subsequent years, the Scott company gave up dealing in stamps but continued to publish the catalog, gradually providing more detail as the hobby evolved and collectors became more sophisticated. In addition to the factual information about the stamps, the catalog includes price information based on market analysis and reported sales from the previous year. As of 2002, and despite annual changes to save space, the catalog was more than 5,000 pages.

THIS COLLECTION is only concerned about items related to Frank Lloyd Wright. To date there are over 350 items.

 

  DESCRIPTION ST#
1957 Feb. 23, 1957 - 3c #1089.  American Institute of Architects Stamp. Issued Feb. 23, 1957 in New York, NY, to mark the centenary of the American Institute of Architects, founded in New York on February 23, 1857, at what is now 111 Broadway. The design employs a modern mushroom-type head and shaft in contrast to a Corinthian Capital. 106,647,500 stamps issued.  Scott Catalog USA: #1089.  
1957 Sheet - 3 cent - American Institute of Architects, Pane of 50 stamps.  Issued Feb. 23, 1957.  10.5 x 11.  8 Sheets.

1089.01.1099 through 1089.08.0399

1957 FDC - Anderson.  "One Hundredth Anniversary.  AIA American Institute of Architects."   1-2) One 3c Stamp (Two Copy);  Canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  Includes short history.  Both canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  One Blue, one Brown copy.  Published by C. Stephen Anderson. 1089.39.0499 1089.40.0499
1957 FDC - Artcraft.  "100th Anniversary - American Institute of Architects, 1857 - 1957."  1-5) Plate Block of four 3c Stamps (Five Copies);  6-9) Block of four 3c Stamps (Four Copies);  10-16) One 3c Stamp (Seven Copies);  All canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  Sixteen copies.  Published by Artcraft.

1089.09.0599 through 1089.24.0599

1957 FDC - Aristocrats.  "Honoring the Architects of America.  The Centennial of Founding of  American Institute of Architects.  1857 - 1957."   1) Two 3c Stamps (One Copy);  Canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  One Copy.  Published by The Aristocrats. 1089.38.0499
1957 FDC - Artmaster.  "Architects of America.  100th Anniversary - American Institute of Architects, 1857 - 1957."   1) Plate Block of four 3c Stamps (One Copy);  2) Block of four 3c Stamps (One Copy);  3) Two 3c Stamps (One Copy);  4-9) One 3c Stamp (Six Copies);  All canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  Nine copies.  Published by Artmaster.

1089.26.0499 through 1089.34.0699

1957 FDC - Cachet Craft.  "100th Anniversary of American Institute of Architects."  Ken Boll.  One 3c Stamp canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  One copy.  Published by Cachet Craft. 1089.51.0499
1957 FDC - Farnam.  "1857 - 1957.  Celebrating the Founding of the American Institute of Architects."   1) Block of four 3c Stamps (One Copy);  2-3) One 3c Stamp (Two Copies);  All canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  Three copies.  Published by Farnam.

1089.35.0499 through 1089.37.0499

1957 FDC - Fleetwood.  "Centennial Honoring The American Institute of Architects, 1857 - 1957."  From these firm foundations rise architectural greatness.  1-2) Plate Block of four 3c Stamps (Two Copies);  3) Block of four 3c Stamps (One Copy);  4-10) One 3c Stamps (Seven Copies)  All canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  Ten copies.  Published by Fleetwood.

1089.41.0599 through 1089.50.0599

1957 FDC - Fluegel.  "100th Anniversary - American Institute of Architects, 1857 - 1957."  One 3c Stamp canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  One Copy.  Published by Fluegel Covers. 1089.25.0499
1957 FDC - Mellone.  "The American Institute of Architects, 1857 - 1957.  Centennial Celebration."  One Plate Block of four 3c Stamps canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  One copy.  Published by Architects Association.  Includes Program (below) for First Day of Issue Ceremonies. 1089.52.0499
1957 Program:  "First day of issue of the postage stamp and unveiling of the plaque commemorating the centennial of The American Institute of Architects February 23, 1957."  Unveiling Ceremony at 111 Broadway, New York, NY.  One copy.  Published by Architects Association.  Was included with the FDC above.  Single sheet of paper 12 x 6.5" printed one side only, folded to 6 x 3.25". 1089.53.0499
1957 FDC - Presentation Sheet. "1857 - 1957. 100th Anniversary, American Institute of Architects." by dargis Velvatone.  Illustration in metallic ink. Inside: Illustration on left in felt. One 3c Stamp canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  One copy.  Single sheet of paper 8.4 x 3.5" printed both sides, folded to 4.2 x 3.5".  Published by dargis Velvatone. 1089.54.1099
1957 FDC - (No Cache) - One 3c Stamp canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  One copy.  Dual cancellation Front and Back. 1089.55.0499
1957 FDC PC - "WN-45.  The U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.  It is here, on the East Portico, that the incoming President takes the oath of office."  Mirro-Krome card by H. S. Crocker Co., Inc., San Francisco 1, Calif.  One 3c U.S. Capitol Stamp (#992) and one 3c U.S. Capitol Stamp (#1089) canceled February 23, 1957 New York, NY.  One copy.  Published by Washington Novelty Co., Inc., Washington , D.C. 1089.56.0599
1964 December 2, 1964 - 5c #1259.  "To the Fine Arts".  Issued December 2, 1964,  Washington, D.C.  125,800,000 issued.  The only connection to Wright is the following FDC.  
1964 FDC - Fleetwood.  "Commemorating Fine Arts in America."  The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - New York.  One of America's foremost museums for exhibition of today's modern artists.  1) Two 5c Stamps (One Copy);  2-5) One 5c Stamp (Four Copy);  All canceled December 2, 1964, Washington D.C.  Five copies.  Published by Fleetwood.

1259.01.0499 through 1259.05.0599

1966 June 8,1966 - 2c #1280 - The 2-cent stamp features an image of Frank Lloyd Wright (1869-1959), one of the most influential architects of the twentieth century.  His revolutionary approach to building, which emphasized the long, horizontal lines of a prairie landscape, was equal to his controversial private life.  His most recognized masterpiece, a project that occupied him for sixteen years, was the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City. That building is depicted in the 2-cent stamp's background.
       The dark blue gray 2-cent stamp was issued June 8, 1966, in Spring Green, Wisconsin, the location of Wright's Taliesin East home.  It was produced as a sheet stamp printed from plates of four hundred and sold in panes of one hundred with gauge 11 x 10.5 perforations.  The stamp was also issued in vertical booklet panes of six stamps used in combination with the 6-cent Franklin Roosevelt, the 11-cent Red Jet airmail, and the 13-cent Liberty Bell stamp of the Americana Series.  To produce booklets with even-dollar values, slogan labels were substituted for stamps on some of the Wright stamp panes.
       This stamp was designed by the staff of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.  The portrait, based on a 1952 photograph by Blackstone-Shelburne, New York City, was drawn by Patricia Amarantides and Ling Po.  The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in the background was also drawn by Ling Po.  Lettering is by Vernon Swaback and technical revisions by John Amarantides.  Howard C. Mildner and Arthur W. Dintaman of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing engraved the vignette, and Kenneth C, Wiram engraved the lettering.  Frank Lloyd Wright had not previously been the subject of a U.S. stamp.
       This stamp was issue on June 8th Wright's birthday.  Scott Catalog USA: #1280.  Perforated 9 x 10.25.  Date of Issue: June 8, 1966.
 
1966 Sheet - 2 cent - Frank Lloyd Wright, Pane of 100 stamps.  Issued June 8, 1966.  10.5 x 11.  8 Sheets.

1280.01.0399 through 1280.08.0399

1966 Program: "The Prominent Americans Series, Regular Issue."   First Day of Issue Ceremonies. Sponsored by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.  River Valley High School Auditorium.  Spring Green, Wisconsin, June 8, 1966.  Three 2c Stamps canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin.  4.5 x 8.75, opens to 12 x 8.75.  (Two Copies) 1280.09.0399 1280.54.0406
1966 Poster announcing the 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright Regular Postage Stamp.  Plate Block of four 2c Stamps canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Published by the U.S. Government Printing Office: 1966 OF-214-600.  8 x 10.5". 1280.10.0399
1966 FD Maxicard - Hammond. “Frank Lloyd Wright.”  Autobiographic history about Wright and his work.  Includes one photograph. Row of three 2c stamps (#1280) canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  5.25 x 8.25.  Published by Hammond.  (One Copy) 1280.53.0706
1966 United States Post Office Publicity Photograph #1280 - 2c Frank Lloyd Wright stamp.  “This photograph may be reproduced for philatelic, educational, historical and newsworthy purposes, in black and white, in any size. It may not be used for advertising purposes, except philatelic advertising.”  Glossy 3 x 4.  (Two copies) 1280.55.0701
1280.56.0406
  Partial Sheet Error - 2c Frank Lloyd Wright (Ghosting printed on back), Sheet of 15 1280.11.0399
1966 FDC - Anderson.  "Prominent Americans Series - Frank Lloyd Wright."  Includes short history.  Row of three 2c Stamps, both canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  One Blue, one Maroon copy.  Published by C. Stephen Anderson. 1280.80.0499 1280.81.0499
1966 FDC - Aristocrats.  "Frank Lloyd Wright Architect - Prominent Americans Series."  Includes short history.  1) Plate block of four 2c Stamps;  2) Block of four 2c Stamps, both canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Two copies.  Published by The Aristocrats. 1280.78.0299 1280.79.0499
1966 FDC - Artcraft.  "Frank Lloyd Wright, Prominent Americans Series."  Falling Water, Forest Lodge, Bear Run, PA.  1) Plate Block of four 2c Stamps (One Copy);  2-8) Four 2c Stamps (Seven Copies);  9-24) Row of three 2c Stamps (One with United Airlines letter) (Sixteen Copies);    25-26) Three stamps: #1280 2c, #1089 3c, #1158 4c, (Two Copies);  27) Five stamps: #1280 2c, #1285 8c, #1284 6c, #1283 5c, #1282 4c.  All canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green. Twenty seven copies.  Published by Artcraft.

1280.14.0399 through 1280.40.0399

1966 FDC - Artmaster, "Prominent American Series - Frank Lloyd Wright.",  1-6) Row of three 2c Stamps (Six Copies);  7) One 2c Stamp, 1 3c Stamp;  8-24) Block of four 2c Stamps (17 Copies);  All canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Twenty four copies.  Published by Artmaster.

1280.46.0399 through 1280.69.0399

1966 FDC Bobby G.  "Frank Lloyd Wright - 1869-1959."  Block of four 2c Stamps.  Canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Published by Bobby G. 1280.90.0499
1966 FDC - Chickering.  "Frank Lloyd Wright - Prominent American Series.",  1-2) Jackson (Overseas), Includes illustration of Fallingwater.  Row of three 2c Stamps (Two Copies);  3) Cachet Craft.  Illustration of Fallingwater removed from this one.  Block of four 2c Stamps.  All canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Three copies.  Published by Chickering.

1280.70.0499 through 1280.72.0299

1966 FDC - Cover Craft.  "Frank Lloyd Wright - Renowned Architect."  Includes illustration of Wright and Guggenheim.  Also includes single sided card inside.  Text regards Wright.  1) Plate block of four 2c Stamps;  2-3) Block of four 2c Stamps, all canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Three copies.  Published by Cover Craft Cachets, Paterson, New Jersey.

1280.82.0399 through 1280.84.0399

1966

FDC - Fallingwater. Illustration of Fallingwater. Fallingwater was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935. Row of three 2c Stamps #1280 canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green. One of only five. An "Add-on Cachet". Image printed with ink jet printer. (Add-On: An Add-on cachet is a cachet that was produced after the original date of issue.) (#1280.167)

1280.67.0812
1966 FDC - Farnam.  "Frank Lloyd Wright Architect - Prominent American Series.",  Block of four 2c Stamps canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Two copies.  Published by Farnam. 1280.73.0399 1280.74.0399
1966 FDC - FDC Plus. Illustration of Frank Lloyd Wright, side view. Row of three 2c Stamps #1280 canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green. "FDC Plus. First Day of Issue. Frank Lloyd Wright, 1869 - 1959. Prominent Builder of our Time. ‘I desire from a building the same as that which I demand from a human being that is to be sincere and intrinsically true.’ Frank Lloyd Wright". Text and illustration raised ink. (#1280.168) 1280.68.0812
1966FleetwoodFdc1280 2.jpg (2536 bytes) FDC - Fleetwood.  "Prominent American Series - Frank Lloyd Wright."  Photograph by Karsh.  1-3) Plate block of four 2c Stamps;  4) Row of three 2c Stamps, all canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Four copies.  Published by Fleetwood.

1280.85.0299 through 1280.88.0399

1966 FDC - Fluegel. "Frank Lloyd Wright Architect."  Illustration includes Robie House.  Block of four 2c stamps canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Published by Fluegel Covers. 1280.42.0499
1966 FDC - Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.  "The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Official First Day Cover.",  Includes single sided card inside.  Text and photograph of Wright.  Block of four 2c Stamps canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Three copies.  Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Spring Green.

1280.75.0299 through 1280.77.0599

1966

FDC - Guggenheim Museum. "Frank Lloyd Wright, Guggenheim Museum unveiling. Frank Lloyd Wright. June 8, 1966 - Spring Green, Wisconsin." Three 2c Wright stamp (#1280). Photograph of Wright, Solomon R. Guggenheim and Hilla Rebay standing beside a model of the Guggenheim Museum in August 1945. Canceled June 8, 1966, Spring Green, WI.

1280.66.0212
1966 FDC - Kolor Kover.  "Regular Postage. First Day of Issue. Prominent American Series." Illustration of Wright.  Row of three 2c Stamps #1280 canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  One Copy.  Published by Kolor Kover. 1280.59.1206
1966 FDC - Marg, "Frank Lloyd Wright Architectus Americanus."  Row of three 2c stamps, canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Includes Letter.  Published by Marg. 1280.43.0499
1966 FDC - Mayer. "Fallingwater. Edgar J. Kaufmann, Sr. Residence, Bear Run, Pennsylvania." Illustration of Fallingwater. "Fallingwater by architect Frank Lloyd Wright located in Bear Run, Pennsylvania. The house emerges from the surrounding rock & extends over a waterfall. Frank Lloyd Wright attended he University of Wisconsin School of Engineering. Phi Delta Theta Fraternity." Row of two - 2c stamps (#1280). Canceled June 8, 1966, Spring Green, WI. Produced by Julius Mayer, 1215 Woodland Lane, Seaford L.I., N. Y. (1280.162) 1280.62.0507
1966 FDC - Minker (No Cache) Two stamps: #1035 3c, #1280 2c, canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green. 1280.41.0499
1966 FDC - Postal Gold,  "Great Americans - Frank Lloyd Wright."  One 2c stamp, one 22 Kt gold replica encased in plastic.  Brief history about Wright on back.  Published by Postal Commemorative Society.  Two Copies. 1280.44.0499 1280.45.0599
1966 FDC - Postal Commemorative Society. "Historic Stamps of America. Frank Lloyd Wright. June 8, 1966 - Spring Green, Wisconsin." Single 2c Wright stamp (#1280) incased in plastic, centered within a shield. Canceled June 8, 1980, Spring Green, WI. Produced by the Postal Commemorative Society. (Part of a set f eight FDCs.)

Information sheet: "The Frank Lloyd Wright Commemorative Stamp. Originally issued June 8, 1966... The stamp, issued as part of the Prominent Americans Series, was designed by Patricia Amarantides and H.C. Mildner. The central motif is a portrait of the architect from a photograph taken in 1952 by Blackstone Shelburne of New York. An outline of the Guggenheim Museum in New York, designed by Wright, is in the background." (1280.164)

1280.64.0507
1966

FDC - Rock’s Round Barn. "Rock’s Round Barn. Eugene F. Rock, Spring Green, Wis 53588." Illustration of round barn. Plate block of four 2c stamps (#1280). Canceled June 8, 1966, Spring Green, WI. Included is a Post card: "First U.S. Postal Card Adapted to Commemorate its 100th Anniversary, 1873-1973. Stamped with Wright #1280, not canceled. (1280.160)

1280.60.0407
1966 FDC - Sarzin Metallic Plate, "Frank Lloyd Wright".  Johnson Wax Research Tower in background.  Row of three 2c stamps, canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green. Two copies.  Published by Sarzin. 1280.12.0299 1280.13.0499
1966 FDC - S. C. Johnson. "Johnson First Day of Issue Honoring Frank Lloyd Wright. S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. Racine, Wisconsin, U.S.A. The Administration and Research Center of S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. in Racine, Wisconsin - designed by Frank Lloyd Wright." Illustration of S. C. Johnson & Son Administration and Research Tower. Plate block of four 2c stamps (#1280). Canceled June 8, 1966, Spring Green, WI. (1280.161) 1280.61.0507
1966 FDC UNK.  "First Day Cover".  Plate block of four 2c Stamps.   Canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  Published by UNK. 1280.89.0399
1966 FDC - Willis.  "Ward Willis House 1901 (c) FDC."  Attached image of Ward Willis House. Two 2c Stamps  #1280; One 1c stamp #1031, all canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green. (One Copy) 1280.58.1206
1966 Wisconsin Statehood Quarter and Stamp Sheet. "Wisconsin, The Badger State." Informational sheet on the state and includes two statehood quarters, Philadelphia and Denver mints. Also includes a Wright 2c 1966 stamp #1280. Produced circa 2004. (1280.163) 1280.63.0310
1966 FDC PC - "Guggenheim Museum: Newest and most modern art museum.  Ramp-like construction designed by Frank Lloyd Wright."   (Opened December 1959.)  (K76.  Published in 1960 by Progressive Publications, Inc.  244 W. 49th St., N.Y.  #52928)  5.5 x 3.5.  Row of two 2c Stamps, canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green. 1280.91.0399
1966 FDC PC -  “Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.  Erected - 1961 - seating capacity 800.”  (From an Ektachrome Transparency. Published in 1961 by The L.L. Cook Co., Milwaukee, Wis.  #112-Z, #56292-B)  5.5 x 3.5.  Row of two 2c Stamps, canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green. 1280.92.0399
1966 FDC PC -  "The meeting house of the First Unitarian Society of Madison, Frank Lloyd Wright, architect."  (#14393-B.  Pub. by Wm. Wollin Studio, Madison, Wis.  53703.  Printed Circa 1960 by Dexter Press, Inc. New York.)  Constructed in 1947.  5.5 x 3.5.  Row of two 2c Stamps, canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green. 1280.93.0399
January 8, 1968 - 2c #1280a Booklet #117 - A booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280a) was released on January 8, 1968 in Buffalo, New York.  This was where Wright erected the Larkin Building, the first air-conditioned office building in the U.S.  Wright booklet panes came in two versions, "Mail Early" and "Use Zip Code".   Booklet #117 - It was combined in booklet form with the 6-cent F.D.R. stamp (#1284c).  It contained one Wright pane and three F.D.R. panes.  F.D.R. #1284 was first released on January 29, 1966 in Hyde Park, NJ, and as #1284c a booklet pane of five stamps on January 9, 1968 in DC.  
1968
2c Booklet Pane (#1280a) - A booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280a) was released on January 8, 1968 in Buffalo, New York.  This was where Wright erected the Larkin Building, the first air-conditioned office building in the U.S.  Wright booklet panes came in two versions, "Mail Early" and "Use Zip Code".   Booklet #117: It was combined in booklet form with the 6-cent F.D.R. stamp (#1284c).  It contained one Wright pane and three F.D.R. panes.
1280.94.0599
1968 Program:  "2-Cent Frank Lloyd Wright Stamp.  First Day of Issue Ceremony."  Booklet Pane (#1280a).  January 8, 1968, Buffalo, N.Y.  Program honors Wright and the Larkin Building, the first office building in the U.S. to be air-conditioned and among the first to be sound-proofed.  Includes Program, History and two photographs.  Two programs: 1) Canceled "Mail Early" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280a);  2) Canceled "Use Zip Code" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280a).  Single sheet of paper 12 x 18" printed one side only, folded to 6 x 9". 1280.95.0599 1280.96.0399
1968 Poster announcing the "2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright Stamp In Booklet Form" (#1280a).  "Mail Early" booklet pane of five 2c Stamps canceled Jan 8, 1968 Buffalo, NY.  Honoring Wright and the Larkin Building.  Published by the U.S. Government Printing Office: 1967 OF-284-357.  8 x 10.5". 1280.97.0599
1968 FDC - Anderson.  "Prominent Americans Series - Frank Lloyd Wright."  Includes short history.  1-2) "Use Zip Code" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (two copies).  All canceled January 8, 1968 Buffalo, NY.  Two copies.  Published by C. Stephen Anderson. 1280.20.0499 1280.21.0499
1968 FDC - Artcraft.  "Frank Lloyd Wright, Prominent Americans Series."  Falling Water, Forest Lodge, Bear Run, PA.  1-9) "Mail Early" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (nine copies);  10-14) "Use Zip Code" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (five Copies).  All canceled January 8, 1968 Buffalo, NY.  Fourteen copies.  Published by Artcraft.

1280.98.0399 through 1280.11.0599

1968 FDC - Artmaster, "Prominent American Series - Frank Lloyd Wright.",  1-3) "Mail Early" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (three copies);  4-5) "Use Zip Code" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (two copies).  All canceled January 8, 1968 Buffalo, NY.  Five copies.  Published by Artmaster.

1280.12.0499 through 1280.16.0499

1968 FDC - Cachet Craft.  "Prominent Americans - Frank Lloyd Wright.",  1-2) "Mail Early" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (two copies);  3) "Use Zip Code" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (one copy).  All canceled January 8, 1968 Buffalo, NY.  Three copies.  Published by Cachet Craft.

1280.25.0499 through 1280.27.0499

1968 FDC - Chickering.  "Frank Lloyd Wright - Prominent American Series.",  1) "Mail Early" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (one copy);  2) "Use Zip Code" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (one copy).  All canceled January 8, 1968 Buffalo, NY.  Two copies.  Published by Chickering.

1280.17.0499 1280.18.0499

1968 FDC - Cover Craft.  "Frank Lloyd Wright - Renowned Architect."  Includes illustration of Wright and Guggenheim.  Also includes single sided card inside.  Text regards Wright.  1) "Use Zip Code" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (one copy) canceled January 8, 1968 Buffalo, NY.  One copies.  Published by Cover Craft Cachets, Paterson, New Jersey.

1280.22.0399

1968 FDC - Farnam.  "Frank Lloyd Wright Architect - Prominent American Series.",  "Mail Early" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (one copy), canceled January 8, 1968 Buffalo, NY.  Published by Farnam. 1280.19.0499
1968 FDC - Fleetwood.  "Prominent American Series - Frank Lloyd Wright."  Photograph by Karsh.  1-2) "Use Zip Code" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (two copies) canceled January 8, 1968 Buffalo, NY.  Two copies.  Published by Fleetwood.

1280.23.0499 1280.24.0599

1968 FDC - Plewacki. "Booklet Pane. Official First Day Cachet. Plewacki Post Stamp Society, Buffalo, N.Y. Larkin Building, Buffalo, N.Y." "Mail Early" booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (one copy), canceled Jan. 8, 1968, Buffalo, N.Y. (1280.165) 1280.65.0112
1968

FDC - Private, Frank Lloyd Wright, 2c Use Zip Code Booklet Pane. "Frank Lloyd Wright Booklet Pane of 5, First Day of Issue." Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright circa 1945. Canceled Jan. 8, 1968, Buffalo, N.Y. An "Add-on Cachet". Image printed with ink jet printer. (Add-On: An Add-on cachet is a cachet that was produced after the original date of issue.) (#1280.169)

1280.69.0812
August 6, 1970 - 2c #1280a Booklet #120 - The Wright booklet pane was combined in a new booklet with the 6-cent Eisenhower stamp (#1393).  The single Eisenhower stamp (#1393) and the five  stamp booklet pane (#1393b) were release on August 6, 1970 in DC.  Booklet #120 contains one booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280a) and three booklet panes with five 6-cent Eisenhower stamps (#1393b).  The Wright booklet panes continues to be produced in two versions, "Mail Early" and "Use Zip Code".  Scott Catalog USA: #1393.  
1970 Booklet #120 contains one booklet pane with five 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280a) and three booklet panes with five 6-cent Eisenhower stamps (#1393b).  The Wright booklet panes continues to be produced in two versions, "Mail Early" (2) and "Use Zip Code" (1).  Three Booklets.

1280.28.0799 through 1280.30.0799

May 7, 1971 - 2c #1280c Booklet #C22 - The Wright booklet pane was reconfigured to six stamps per page instead of five.  It was combined in a new booklet with the 11-cent Air Mail stamp (#C78).  The single Air Mail stamp (#C78) and the four stamp booklet pane (#C78a) were release on May 7, 1971 in Spokane, WA.  Booklet #C22 contains one booklet pane with six 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280c) and two booklet panes with four 11-cent Air Mail stamps (#C78a).  
1971 Booklet #C22 contains one booklet pane with six 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280c) and two booklet panes with four 11-cent Air Mail stamps (#C78a).  The Wright booklet pane was reconfigured to six stamps per page instead of five.  (Five Booklets)

1280.31.0799 through 1280.35.0799

1971 Booklet panes with six 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280c).  (Five Booklets panes.)

1280.36.0799 through 1280.40.0799

1971 FDC - Artcraft.  "Frank Lloyd Wright, Prominent Americans Series."  Falling Water, Forest Lodge, Bear Run, PA.  1) One booklet panes with six 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280c) and one booklet pane with four 11-cent Air Mail stamps (#C78a), one copy;   2-3) One booklet panes with six 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280c) and one 11-cent Air Mail stamp (#C78) Two copies.  All canceled May 7, 1971 Spokane, WA. Three copies.  Published by Artcraft.

1280.41.0299 through 1280.43.0799

1971 FDC - Artcraft.  "11c Air Mail Booklet Pane."  The first coast to coast airway was started in 1921.  Jack Knight, the ace of the air mail service.  1) One 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamp (#1280c) and one 11-cent Air Mail stamps (#C78a), one copy, canceled May 7, 1971 Spokane, WA. Published by Artcraft.

1280.44.0499

1971 FDC - Artmaster.  "Eleven Cent United States Air Mail Rate - 1971 Booklet."  1) One booklet panes with six 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280c) and one booklet pane with four 11-cent Air Mail stamps (#C78a), one copy;  canceled May 7, 1971 Spokane, WA.  Published by Artmaster.

1280.45.0699

1971 FDC - Scott.  "Scott... dedicated to make stamp-collecting universally appealing - more fun - with greater convenience - and enjoyably educational."  Dedication day for Scott Publishing Company's new building - Jun e 10, 1971.  One 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamp (#1280c) and one 6-cent Douglas MacArthur stamp (#1424), canceled June 10, 1971.  Published by Scott Publishing Company.  Includes four page Dedication Program. 1280.46.0799
October 31, 1975 - 2c #1280c Booklet #127 - The Wright booklet pane was combined in a new booklet with the 13-cent Liberty Bell stamp (#1595).  The single Liberty Bell stamp (#1595) and the six stamp booklet pane (#1595a) were release on October 31, 1975 in Cleveland, OH.  Booklet #127 contains one booklet pane with six 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280c) and one booklet pane with six 13-cent Liberty Bell stamps (#1595a).  Scott Catalog USA: #1595.  
1975 Booklet #127 contains one booklet pane with six 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamps (#1280c) and one booklet pane with six 13-cent Liberty Bell stamps (#1595a).  The Wright booklet pane was continued in the new booklet with six stamps per page.  (Six Booklets)

1280.47.0799 through 1280.52.0799

1982 September 30, 1982 - 20c #2019 - American Architecture: Block of four commemorative stamps is the fourth and final set issued in the American Architecture series which began in 1979.  The four structures featured in this set focus on modern architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright, Fallingwater, Mill Run, Pennsylvania;  Mies van der Rohe, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL;  Walter Gropius, Gropius House, Lincoln, Mass.;  and Eero Saarinen, Dulles Airport, Washington, D.C.
       Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright, Crayon on board.  Artist: Walter DuBois Richards,
Art director: Bradbury Thompson, First day of issue: September 30, 1982.  Elegant architecture typically makes beautiful stamp art as well. Walter DuBois Richards, designer of 37 stamps, created this impressive rendering of Frank Lloyd Wright's Pennsylvania masterpiece as part of a 16-stamp series honoring great accomplishments in American architecture.  Walter DuBois Richards graduated from the Cleveland School of Art and moved to New York in 1936, where he created illustrations for Madison Avenue advertising accounts and national publications.  A gifted draftsman, watercolorist, and lithographer, he has traveled the world on assignment for Life magazine, the U.S. Air Force, and many American corporations.  His paintings have been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and are included in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the New Britain Museum, and the Pentagon.  His 37 U.S. stamps include a series honoring 16 national architectural treasures.
       This stamp was issue on September 30, 1982.  Where as #1089 was issued on the 100th anniversary, this stamp was issued at the headquarters of the American Institute of Architects on the 125th anniversary.  Scott Catalog USA: #2019.
 
1982 Stamp - 20c - #2019-2022 Architecture, 1-4) Plate Block of four 20c Stamps #2019-2022, (Four Copies);  5-8) Block of four 20c Stamps #2019-2022 (Four Copies);  9) One 20c Stamp #2019 (One Copy).  Scott Catalog USA: #2019-2022.

2019.01.0799 through 2019.09.0799

1982 Sheet - 20c - #2019-2022 Architecture, Pane of 40 stamps.  Issued September 30, 1982.  10.5 x 11.  1 Sheet. 2019.10.0699
1982 News Release.  “For Immediate Release.  August 17, 1982.  Philatelic Release No. 60.  Designs of American Architecture Stamps Disclosed.”  Includes information on the release, description and specifications of the set of four stamps.  Two sheets, four pages.  8.5 x 11. 2019.98.0207
1982 USPO Publicity Photograph #2019-22 - 20c Fallingwater stamp.  “Copyright 1982 U.S. Postal Service.”  Glossy 4.1 x 3.5. 2019.99.0207
1982

Program: "First Day of Issue American Architecture Stamps, The American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C. September 30, 1982."  Issued at the headquarters of the American Institute of Architects on the 125th anniversary.  Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.  Published by the U.S. Postal Service, Washington D.C.  Printed with metallic silver ink on cover.  5.5 x 9.5, opens to 12 x 9.5.

2019.11.0699
1982

Souvenir Sheet: "American Architecture Commemorative Stamps."   Announcing the fourth set of four 20 cent Architecture Stamps.  Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by the U.S. Postal Service.  8 x 10.5".

2019.12.0699 through 2019.14.0799

1982

Commemorative Sheet:  "American Commemoratives: Architecture."   Announcing the fourth set of four 20 cent Architecture Stamps.  Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) protected by a plastic sleeve.  Published by the U.S. Postal Service, Washington, D.C. September 30, 1982.  8.5 x 11.25".

2019.15.0699 through 2019.17.0799

1982 1982 Mint Set. United States Postal Service, Mint Set of Commemorative Stamps, 1982. Includes Plate Block of American Architecture #2019-22, and descriptive text. Inside back cover includes an illustration of Fallingwater. Published by the United States Postal Service. 8.5 x 11. Pp 8. (2019.102) 2019.02.0307
1982 FDC - Add-on Cachets. "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin." Two stamps, one Fallingwater (#2019) canceled "Washington, DC, Sep 30, 1982." Photograph of Taliesin, Spring Green. One of five cachets produced. Produced by Add-on Cachets. 6.5 x 3.75. 2019.04.0512
1982

FDC - Artcraft.  "American Architecture, Landmarks of our Heritage - 1982."  Falling Water, Mill Run, PA, By Frank Lloyd Wright.  Row of two 20c Stamps, Fallingwater (#2019), IIT (#2020)  (Five Copies), canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Includes "Postal Commemorative Society" Logo.  Published by Artcraft.  Where as the standard FDC is an A6 Envelope (6.5 x 3.6"), these measure are larger (7.5 x 3.9").  FDC attached to the sheet by die cut slits.  Note, also have two copies of the second FDC in set with the other two stamps from this set.

Information Sheet:  "American Architecture, The Age of Innovators."  Information concerning the two stamps as well as the complete set of 16 architecture stamps.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society (One Copy).  Note, also have same set for other two stamps in this set.

2019.19.0399 through 2019.23.0699

2019.24.0699

1982

FDC - Artcraft.  Dual Cancellation.  "Frank Lloyd Wright, Prominent Americans Series."  Falling Water, Forest Lodge, Bear Run, PA.  1) Block of four 2c Stamps (#1280) canceled June 8, 1966 Spring Green.  2) One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.  Published by Artcraft.  (One Copy)

2019.25.0399
1982 FDC - Artcraft.  "American Architecture, Series of 1982."  Includes illustration of all four buildings.  1) Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy);  2-5) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (Four copies);  6-7) One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) (Two copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four).  All canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Artcraft.  (Seven Copies)

2019.26.0399 through 2019.32.0699

1982 FDC - Artmaster.  "Architecture USA."  Includes illustration of all four architects.  1-2) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Artmaster.  (Two Copies) 2019.33.0699 2019.34.0999
1982 FDC - Artmaster.  "Architecture USA."  Includes illustration of all four architects. 1) One 20c Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  One copy which goes with a complete set of four.  Published by Artmaster.  (One Copy) 2019.95.1206
1982 FDC - Aristocrat.   "20th Century American Architecture."  Includes illustration of all four architects plus brief text.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Aristocrat Cachets.  (One Copy) 2019.35.0399
1982 FDC - Aristocrat.   "20th Century American Architecture."  Includes illustration of Fallingwater and Wright plus brief text about both.  1) One 20c Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Aristocrat Cachets.  (One Copy) 2019.36.0499
1982 FDC - Andrews.  Image of four stamps printed on FDC.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Andrews, #595 of 1,000. (One Copy) 2019.37.0699
1982 FDC - Andrews. “Frank Lloyd Wright, 1967-1959, Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA. Architecture USA 20c.”  1) One 20c stamp (#2019) canceled Sept 30, 1982 Washington DC. One copy which goes with a complete set of four.  #68 of 1000.  Published by Andrews Cachet, Box 1808, Asheboro, N.C. 27203.  (One Copy) 2019.93.1206
1982 FDC - Ashley.  "United States of America.  First Day of Issue.  Authentic Philatelic Cover."    1-2) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Ashley Cachet, Inc.  (Two Copies)

2019.38.0599 through 2019.39.0599

1982 FDC - Bazaar (#510).  "American Architecture."  Montage illustration of four structures.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Bazaar.  (One Copy) 2019.40.0399
1982 FDC - BR Cachets.  "L. W. Ray.  1928, White Castle.  The first successful use of porcelain enamel as an architectural material."  Illustration White Castle.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by BR Cachets, Sun Valley, CA.  #7 of 40.  (One Copy) 2019.41.0399
1982 FDC - Carrollton.  "The work of Frank Lloyd Wright, one of America's most influential and creative architects, ranged from traditional buildings to ultra modern design."  Illustration of Wright's first stamp #1280, June 8, 1968.  Additional text about Fallingwater.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Carrollton CCV.  (One Copy) 2019.42.0399
1982 FDC - Colonial.  "America Architects."  Illustration of four structures. 1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Colonial Cachet.  (Two Copies) 2019.43.0399 2019.44.0399
1982

FDC - Colorano Silk Cachet.  "American Architecture."  Illustration of Wright and Fallingwater on silk.  1-3) One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019).  (Three copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)   All canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Colorano.

FDC - Colorano Silk Cachet.  "American Architecture."  Illustration of Wright and three other architects in series on silk.  4-8) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (Five copies).  All canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Colorano.

Information Sheet:  "American Architecture."  Information concerning the series and each stamp and architect.  Published by the R&R First Day Cover Club (Two Copies).

2019.45.0399 through 2019.52.0699

1982

FDC - Cover Craft.  "Architecture USA.  Fallingwater, Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright's Pennsylvania retreat."  Illustration of Fallingwater.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  Canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Cover Craft Cachets, Paterson N.J.   (One Copy)

Information Sheet:  "Architecture Stamps."  Information concerning the architecture series.  Published by Cover Craft Cachets, Paterson N.J.   (One Copy)

2019.53.0399
1982
FDC - Diamont.  "Modern Architecture.  Expressions in Steel, Concrete and Glass."  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  Canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Diamont.   (One Copy)
2019.54.0399
1982
FDC - Doris Gold.  "Architecture."   Illustration of four architects and Statue of Freedom U.S. Capitol Building.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Doris Gold Cachets.   (One Copy)
2019.55.0699
1982 FDC - DRC.  “American Architecture.  First Day of Issue.”  Illustration of Fallingwater by H.I. Swindall. 1) One 20c Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  FDC hand painted and produced by D. Rick Chase, DRC Cachets, Waterloo, IA. #10 of 48.  (One Copy) 2019.97.1206
1982 FDC - Elite.  "American Architecture."   Illustration of four structures.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Elite.   (One Copy) 2019.56.0399
1982 FDC - Ellis.  "Architecture USA."   Animated cartoon.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Ellis.   (One Copy) 2019.57.0399
1982 FDC - Farnam.  "American Architecture.  Fallingwater.  Frank Lloyd Wright 1867-1959."   Illustration of Wright and Fallingwater.  1-2) One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019).  (Two copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)   Both canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by House of Farnam.   (Two Copies) 2019.58.0399 2019.59.0399
1982 FDC - Farnam.  "American Architecture."   Illustration of four architects with the Guggenheim Museum in the background.  1) Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy);  2-4) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (Three copies).  All canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by House of Farnam.   (Four Copies)

2019.60.0399 through 2019.63.0499

1982 FDC - Farnam.  "American Architecture.  Fallingwater.  Frank Lloyd Wright 1867-1959.  Mill Run, Pennsylvania."   (Limited Edition)  Illustration of Wright and Fallingwater.  1-2) One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019), printed on a beige envelope.  (Two copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)   Both canceled September 30, 1982 Mill Run, PA.  Published by House of Farnam.   (Two Copies) 2019.64.0499 2019.65.0599
1982 FDC - Farnam.  "American Architecture.  American Postal Arts Society, Limited Edition."   Illustration of four architects with the Guggenheim Museum in the background, printed on a beige envelope.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  (One copy), canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by House of Farnam.  (One copy) 2019.66.0399
1982 FDC - Farnam. “1857 - 1957.  Celebrating the Founding of the American Institute of Architects.  First Day Cover. This quality engraved design was produced by House of Farnum Cachets for the 100th Anniversary of the American Institute of Architects in 1957.  Cachet Classics.”  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  (One copy), canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by House of Farnam.  (One copy) 2019.92.1206
1982

FDC - Fleetwood.  "Fallingwater.  Frank Lloyd Wright's organic architecture proved that man can live in harmony with nature."  Illustration of Fallingwater by Donald Moss.  1-3) One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019).  (Three copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)   4) "Dulles International Airport."  Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022).  All canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Fleetwood. (Four Copies)

Back:  "Fallingwater."  Information concerning Wright and Fallingwater. 

2019.67.0399 through 2019.70.0599

1982

FDC PC - Franklin. "Benjamin Franklin Stamp Club. One 20c Stamp (#2019) canceled October 6, 1982, Tioga, PA. Published by Benjamin Franklin Stamp Club. One of a set of four Post Cards (2019-22) 4 x 6 Post Card. (2019.100)

2019.00.0407
1982 FDC - Fulton.  “American Architecture Series. 1979 - 1982. #82-15.”  Illustration reprints four stamps.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022)  2) Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022), both canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by RJT Fulton, NY.  (Two Copy) 2019.94.1206 2019.96.1206
1982 FDC - GAMM.  "Architecture.  U.S.A. Series 1982."  Illustration of Lever Brothers Building, New York City.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Gamm.  (One Copy) 2019.71.0399
1982 FDC - Gill Craft.  "American Architecture.  The 20th Century Saw A Dramatic Change In Architecture Style."  Illustration of four buildings. 1) Plate block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy)  2) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy), both canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Gill Craft.   (Two Copies) 2019.72.0399 2019.73.0599
1982

FDC - Gold.  "American Architecture, Fallingwater - Mill Run, Penna."  One 22 Kt gold replica encased in plastic, One 20c Fallingwater stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society.  (Five copies, one of which goes with a complete set of four.)  Where as the standard FDC is an A6 Envelope (6.5 x 3.6"), these are larger (7.5 x 4.25").  (Five Copies)

Information Sheet:  "American Architecture, Fallingwater - Mill Run, Pennsylvania."  Information concerning Wright and the stamp.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society (One Copy).  Note, have sheets for other three stamps in this set.

2019.74.0699 through 2019.78.0699

1982 FDC - Ham (#124).  Dual cancellation.  Stylized Bob Morse illustration combining Fallingwater and the Guggenheim Museum plus two other buildings.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) and one 2c Wright (#1280) (One Copy) dual cancellations September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Ham, Hand Colored, #32 of 384.  (One Copy) 2019.79.0399
1982 FDC - JD.  "First Day of Issue.  American Architecture."  Illustration of four buildings.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by JD (Jack Davis).  (One Copy) 2019.80.0399
1982 FDC - JNC.  "American Architecture."  Illustration of Delaware County Court House.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Jean Nichols Cachet (Hand Colored).  (One Copy) 2019.81.0399
1982 FDC - Metropolitan.  "Metropolitan FDC Society."  Engraving of older buildings.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Metropolitan FDC Society #80 of 200.  (One Copy) 2019.82.0399
1982 FDC - Mercer Museum. "Tools of the Nation Maker. Mercer Museum, Doylestown, PA 18901." Canceled at "Folk Fest, Mercer Museum Station, Doylestown, PA 18901, May 14, 1983." One of set of four #2019-2022. Produced by the Mercer Museum. 6.5 x 3.75. 2019.03.0211
1982 FDC - New Direxions.  "American Architecture."  Stylized illustration.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C. Published by New Direxions.  (One Copy) 2019.83.0699
1982 FDC & Presentation Sheet - Readers Digest. “September 30, 1982,  Washington D.C.  Frank Lloyd Wright Was an American Original.”   Information sheet and FDC.  Information on Wright and his work written by Edgar Tafel.  Includes two photographs and four illustrations.  FDC - One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.   Published by The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc.  13.5 x 10.5.  (Two Copies)  (2019.101) 2019.91.1106 2019.01.0207
1982 FDC - Reader's Digest.  "American Architecture."  Engraving of Fallingwater.  1-2) One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.   Published by The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc.  (Two Copies) 2019.84.0299 2019.85.0499
1982 FDC - Ruskin.  "Architecture.  Ornamentation is the principle part of architecture, considered as a subject of fine art."  Stylized illustration.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by K.M.C. Venture #151 of 400.  Where as the standard FDC is an A6 Envelope (6.5 x 3.6"), this one is larger (7.5 x 3.8").  (One Copy) 2019.86.0399
1982 FDC - Sarzin.  Photographic montage of the four stamps.  Photograph is attached to the FDC.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Sarzin.  Where as the standard FDC is an A6 Envelope (6.5 x 3.6"), this one is larger (7.5 x 3.8").  (One Copy) 2019.87.0399
1982

FDC - SOS.  "Commemorating America's Architecture - Its Ever Changing & Most Enduring Legacy."  Large illustration of the stamp.  1) One 20c Fallingwater Stamp (#2019) canceled September 30, 1982, Washington D.C.  Published by SOS Covers.  (One Copy)

Information Sheet:  "Final block in Architecture series."  Information concerning Wright, Fallingwater and the series.  Published by SOS Covers.  (One Copy)

2019.88.0499
1982 FDC - TM Historical.  "1982 Architecture.  Fallingwater designed by Frank Lloyd Wright."  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by T.M. Historical Covers #50 of 65.   (One Copy) 2019.89.0399
1982 FDC - Tutor House.  Illustration of four architects.  1) Block of four 20c Stamps (#2019-2022) (One Copy) canceled September 30, 1982 Washington D.C.  Published by Tutor House.   (One Copy) 2019.90.0399
1998 1998 - 32c #3182o - Celebrate the Century Limited Edition stamp series.  The 1900's 
ROBIE HOUSE, CHICAGO.  "Frank Lloyd Wright is considered one of the nation's most innovative architects.  The masterpiece of his early work, constructed in the Prairie House style, is the Robie House in Chicago."  This stamp featuring Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House was released on Feb. 4, 1998 as part of a series of stamps that honored important people and events of the 20th century.  At a ceremony at Robie House, the U.S. Postal Service unveiled the new stamp and recognized two Laboratory Schools students who won a contest, sponsored by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, to design the corresponding Robie House cancellation stamp.  The winning designs, chosen from among 200 entries submitted by students in Hyde Park schools, were created by third-grader Anne Wildman and eighth grader Walker Thisted.  Final image was illustrated by Richard Waldrep of Sparks, Maryland.  Widely recognized as America's most famous architect, Wright made significant contributions to modern architecture during his prolific 70-year career.  Completed in 1910, Robie House epitomizes Wright's signature Prairie style, featuring sweeping horizontal planes and a low-pitched roof cantilevered dramatically beyond the walls, and a lightness and transparency provided by 174 art-glass windows and doors.  The Robie House stamp is the eighth of 30 stamps to be unveiled over 30 consecutive days as part of the Postal Service's Celebrate the Century program.  The 30 stamps commemorate the first two decades of the century.  (Six copies of the single stamp.)   Scott Catalog USA: #3182o.

3182.01.1199 through 3182.06.1106

1998 Sheet - 32c - #3182(a-o) "1900s Celebrate the Century.  The Dawn of the Century."  Souvenir sheet of 15 stamps.   Each stamp is perforated and the reverse of each stamp has descriptive text.  "Frank Lloyd Wright is considered one of the nation's most innovative architects.  The masterpiece of his early work, constructed in the Prairie House style, is the Robie House in Chicago."  Each sheet comes with a stiff board that is printed on both sides.  The back repeats the back of the stamp sheet.  Both are encased in cellophane.  Issued February 3, 1998.  Each sheet is 7.5 x 9.  Each board is 7.75 x 10.25.  (Seventeen copies)

3182.07.1199 through 3182.23.1106

1998 Souvenir Sheet:  "1900s Celebrate the Century.  The Dawn of the Century."   Announcing the first set of 10 sheets celebrating the past century.  Full sheet of 15 32c Stamps (#3182a-o), affixed to souvenir sheet with seven cancellations February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  The back repeats the back of the stamp sheet, and includes information on the series.  Published by the U.S. Postal Service 9803A.  8 x 10.5".  (One Copy) 3182.24.1199
1998 Celebrate the Century.  A Collection of Commemorative Stamps. 1900-1909  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by the United States Postal Service and Time-Life Custom Publishing, Richmond, Virginia)  Noden, Merrell; Peterson, Eve.  Descriptive text of Wright and the Robie House.  Includes eight photographs, one of which is the Robie stamp, and one illustration. 8.75 x 11.5.  (First Edition)  Pp 72-77.  1998.53.1206
1998 FDC - Aristocrat Cashets. "Celebrate The Century. The Wright Brothers and The Model T. First Day of Issue" One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). "First Day of Issue, 1900 - 1910. Canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by Aristocrat Cashets. 3182.54.0207
1998 FDC - Artcraft. " Official First Day of Issue. Celebrating The Century, 1900 - 1909." Composite illustration on left. One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). Canceled February 3, 1998 Sioux Falls SD. "Put Your Stamp on History, 1900 - 1910." Published by Artcraft. 3182.59.0207
1998 FDC - Artmaster. "The Dawn of the Twentieth Century. Robie House. Frank Lloyd Wright. Celebrate The Century. 1900s. First Day of Issue." Illustration on left includes the Robie House and a portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright. One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). Canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C. Published by Artmaster. 3182.55.0207
1998 FDC - Artopage. "United States Postmark Souvenir, Celebrate The Twentieth Century." One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). "Put Your Stamp on History, 1900 - 2000. Canceled February 3, 1998 Children’s Museum, Portland, OR. Published by Artopage. 3182.52.0207
1998 FDC - Artopage. "United States First Day Cover, Celebrate The Twentieth Century." One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). "Put Your Stamp on History, 1900 - 2000. Canceled February 3, 1998 Children’s Museum, Portland, OR. Includes illustration of a map. Published by Artopage. 3182.53.0207
1998

FDC - Artopage. "United States Postmark Souvenir, Celebrate The Twentieth Century." One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). "Put Your Stamp on History, 1900 - 1910. Canceled February 3, 1998 Rapid City SD. Published by Artopage.

3182.50.0207
1998 FDC - Artopage. "United States Postmark Souvenir, Celebrate The Twentieth Century." One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). "Put Your Stamp on History, 1900 - 1910. Canceled February 3, 1998 Sioux Falls SD. Published by Artopage. 3182.51.0207
1998 FDC - BGC. "Celebrate the Century: 1900s.  American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, a pioneer of modern architecture, lived and worked in the Chicago area during the late 19th and early 20th centuries."  Photograph of the Hills/DeCarlo House.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by BGC Covers. (One Copy) 3182.25.0399
1998
FDC - Colorana. "Celebrate The Century. First Day of Issue". Photograph of Frank Lloyd Wright superimposed over photograph of the Robie House. Printed on silk. Embossed gold foil border. Informational card: "The Robie House. Once considered a ‘monstrosity’ by its neighbors, the Robie House, completed in 1910, is now recognized as the culmination of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie House Style. Wright tried to capture the spacious feeling of the open prairie with rooms that flowed into one another, unrestricted by walls, doors, and hallways..." 1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by the Colorano "Silk" Cashet. (One Copy) 3182.64.0813
1998 FDC - DGW.  "Celebrate the Century: 1900-1909.  First Day of Issue.  Robie House."  1-7) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by DGW Covers.   Only 25 made (#15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23 and 24 of 25).  (Seven copies)

3182.26.0399 through 3182.32.0406

1998

FDC - Dynamite.  "Frank Lloyd Wright' Robie House.  1900-1910 celebrate the century.  Robie House, located in Chicago, Illinois was one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most well-known prairie-style houses."  Illustration of the Robie House.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by Dynamite Covers.  Only 67 made (#30/67),  Hand painted by Ralph & Diane Achgill.  (One Copy)

Information Sheet:  Dynamite Covers.  Producers of fine quality, hand-colored U.S. First Day Covers.  Includes contact information.

3182.33.0399

3182.34.0399

1998 FDC - Farnam. "The Dawn of the Twentieth Century. Robie House. Frank Lloyd Wright. Celebrate The Century. 1900s." Illustration on left includes the Robie House and a portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright. One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). Canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C. "First Day of Issue, 1900 - 1910." Published by the House of Farnam. 3182.56.0207
1998 FDC - Frankiewicz.  Illustration of the Meyer May House, Grand Rapids Michigan.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Only 15 copies published by Jamie Frankiewicz.   (One Copy) 3182.35.0399
1998 FDC - Gamm. "Honoring significant events, people and achievements from each decade in the 20th century. Celebrating The Century." Illustration on left in blue. One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). Canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C. "First Day of Issue, 1900 - 1910." Published by Gamm. 3182.57.0207
1998 FDC - Gamm. "Honoring significant events, people and achievements from each decade in the 20th century. Celebrating The Century." Illustration on left in red. One 32c Robie House Stamp (#3182o). Canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C. "First Day of Issue, 1900 - 1910." Published by Gamm. 3182.58.0207
1998

FDC - Gold (PSC). "Celebrate The Century Official, 1900 - 1909, Robie House, Chicago”.  Gold Robie House Stamp.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society.  (One Copies)

Information Sheet: "Celebrate The Century Official, 1900 - 1909, Robie House, Chicago." Information concerning Robie House, Wright, his work and the stamp.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society.  (One Copy).
3182.48.0107 3182.60.0111

3182.49.0107 3182.61.0111

1998 FDC - HH.  "Celebrate the Century.  First Day of Issue.  Robie House."  Illustration of the Robie House.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by HH Covers. (Two Copies) 3182.36.0699 3182.37.0699
1998 FDC - Mystic.  "Celebrate The Century, Robie House, Chicago 1900 - 1909". Photograph of Wright and apprentices, 1937, by Hedrich-Blessing. Verso: "Celebrate The Century, Robie House, Chicago 1900 - 1909. Frank Lloyd Wright is regarded as one of the most important and creative architects in the history of the United States..." Short biographical sketch. One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by the Mystic Stamp Company. (Two Copies) 3182.62.1011 3182.63.0113
1998 FDC - Nostalgia.  Three nostalgic illustrations.  1) Three stamps from sheet, one  of which is the 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Only 25 made (#3/25),  Published by Nostalgia Covers.   (One Copy) 3182.38.0599
1998 FDC - Panda.  "1900s: Twentieth Century in Review.  Robie House, Chicago.  Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.  The Prairie House style featured strong horizontal lines that created a sculptural effect."  Two photographs of the Robie House.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by Panda/LRC Covers.   (One Copy) 3182.39.0599
1998
FDC - PSC.  "Official First Day of Issue.  Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House, Chicago - 1909.  Celebrating the 20th Century - 1900 - 1909."   Illustration of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Robie House.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  FDC attached to the sheet by die cut slits.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society.  (One Copy)

Information Sheet:  "Celebrating the 20th Century.  Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House, Chicago - 1909.  1900 - 1909."   Illustration of the Robie House.   Information concerning Wright and his work.  Published by the Postal Commemorative Society (One Copy).

3182.45.1006

3182.46.1006
1998
FDC - PSC. "Official First Day of Issue. Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House, Chicago - 1909. Celebrating the 20th Century - 1900 - 1909."  Illustration of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Robie House. 1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C. Published by the Postal Commemorative Society.  (One Copy)
3182.47.1206
1998 FDC - RRAGS.  "Celebrate the Century.  Frank Lloyd Wright is considered one of the nation's most innovative architects.  The masterpiece of his early work, constructed in the Prairie House style , is the Robie House in Chicago."  Illustration of the Robie House.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by RRAGS of Alaska.  (One Copy) 3182.40.0499
1998 FDC - SMB.  Illustration of the Frank Lloyd Wright.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by SMB Cachets.  (One Copy) 3182.41.0399
1998 FDC - Smith.  "First Day of Issue.  Celebrate the Century."  Illustration of the Robie House Stamp.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 A.C. Gilbert's Discovery Village, Salem, OR.  Published by Smith.  (One Copy) 3182.42.0399
1998 FDC - WII.  "1900s Celebrate the Century.  The Dawn of the Twentieth Century.  Frank Lloyd Wright, innovative architect designed Robie House in Chicago."  Photograph of Frank Lloyd Wright.  1) One 32c Robie House stamp (#3182o) canceled February 3, 1998 Washington D.C.  Published by WII.  (Two Copies) 3182.43.0399 3182.44.0399
2002 2002 Program: “Amerry Covers 2002, Stamp & Cover Fest, American First Day Society, 47th Annual Convention & Exhibition.  July 12-14, 2002.  Tributes to Frank Lloyd Wright.”  Dual cancellation July 12, 2002 Hinsdale, IL. And Oakbrook, IL.  6 x 9.  8 pages. 1280.57.0406
2005 2005 - 37c #3910a - Guggenheim Museum, Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect.  Masterworks of Modern American Architecture.
       Spectacular works of architecture in New York, NY; Atlanta, GA; New Canaan, CT; Chicago, IL; Exeter, NH; Los Angeles, CA; New Haven, CT; Philadelphia, PA; and Washington, DC are immortalized on U.S. postage stamps honoring Masterworks of Modern American Architecture.  Each building is depicted through a stunning photograph on the sheet of twelve 37-cent stamps.  The stamps were dedicated in Las Vegas during a special ceremony as part of The American Institute of Architects Annual Convention and Design Exposition at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
       "If the power of architecture is to imagine, create and transform, then its form should inspire," said Anita Bizzotto, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, U.S. Postal Service, who dedicated the stamps.  "It should elevate the things of everyday life- from commerce, to learning, to living- into the realm of the extraordinary.  And Masterpieces of Modern American Architecture celebrated on these postage stamps do just that."
       "This honor confirms the enduring power of architecture to elevate the human experience," said Steidl.  "Each building in the series embodies the creativity and commitment of architects to help create better places for people to live, work and play."
       Guggenheim Museum, New York.   With its circular ramp coiling around a space topped by a glass dome, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York has one of the most exhilarating interiors in modern architecture.  Frank Lloyd Wright meant to design the perfect space in which to contemplate an art collection.  The Guggenheim, located on Fifth Avenue across from Central Park, opened in 1959.  Photographed by the late Ezra Stoller.  Scott Catalog USA: #3910a.
 
2005 Sheet: 37c  #3910(a-l)  “Masterworks of Modern Architecture”.  Souvenir sheet of 12 stamps.  Each stamp is perforated and the reverse of each stamp has descriptive text.  #3910a: “Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY 1959.  “With its circular ramp coiling around a space topped by a glass dome, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York has one of the most exhilarating interiors in modern architecture.  Frank Lloyd Wright meant to design the perfect space in which to contemplate an art collection.”  Photographed by the late Ezra Stoller.  Each sheet comes with a stiff board and is encased in cellophane.  Issued May 19, 2005, Las Vegas, NV.  Each sheet is 6.4 x 8.  Each board is 7.5 x 10.5. (One copy) 3910.01.0806
2005 Souvenir Page - 37c #3910 “Masterworks of Modern Architecture”.  Souvenir sheet of 12 stamps (#3910a-l) affixed to a Commemorative Page with three cancellations May 19, 2005, Las Vegas, NV.  The First Day Cancellation program started in 1972.  The back of each Souvenir Page contains vital information and statistics about each stamp; issue date, engraver, first day city/state, printer, designer, etc. 8 x 10.5.  Published by the United States Postal Service 2005 (#0510). (One copy) 3910.03.1206
2005

FDC - Byrnes Cachets - 37c #3910a "Masterworks of Modern Architecture". Illustration of the Guggenheim Museum. "1959 New York City. Architect - Frank Lloyd Wright." One - 37c stamp (#3910a). Cancellation: " First day of Issue, May 19, 2005. Masters of Modern Architecture, Las Vegas, NV 89119." Published by John Byrnes Cachets. 4/10. Number 4 of 10.

3910.04.0207
2005 FDC - Mystic - 37c #3910a. "Masterworks of Modern American Architecture: Guggenheim Museum. The sculptural Guggenheim Museum in New York City rose from the architectural imagination of Frank Lloyd Wright." Verso: "Masterworks of Modern American Architecture - Guggenheim Museum. The Guggenheim Museum is located across from Central Park in New York City. It was founded in 1939 as the Museum of Non-Objective Art" Short biographical sketch about the Guggenheim and Frank Lloyd Wright. Cancellation: " First day of Issue, May 19, 2005. Masters of Modern Architecture, Las Vegas, NV 89119." Published by the Mystic Stamp Company. 3910.05.1111
2006 Maxicard - Watson.  “Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.  Interior view of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (1943-59), Skylight.  Photographed by David Heald (c) 2004 SRGF, NY.  Published by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.”  One 37c stamps (#3910a) canceled January 19, 2006 New York. 6 x 4.25.  Published by Terry Watson, Lithia Springs, CA.  (One Copy) 3910.02.1206
  FDC Wisconsin, FLW Birthplace, 1/32c Stamp, Stp/1/32 (2) 3182.28.1199

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