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GRACE FULLER HOUSE (1906 - S.123)
   
  FULLER PLANS 1906    FULLER PLANS 1910    UPDATE 2021    ADDITIONAL WRIGHT STUDIES 
   
Date: 1906

Title: 1) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123).

Description: Two perspective views for the Grace Fuller House, with and without the covered terrace. In the top perspective, stairs on either side lead up to the semicircular terrace. The entrance is centered and is covered with a cantilevered roof. In the lower perspective the stairs leading up to the entrance is on the left. The cantilevered cover has been removed. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text hand written lower left: "0603.01." FLLW Foundation #0603.001. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Additional information...

Size: 8 x 8.75 B&W photograph.

S#: 00
64.33.0221 -1
   
Date: 1906

Title: 2) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123).

Description: Two floor plans for the second floor of the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text hand written lower right: "Grace Fuller." FLLW Foundation #0603.002. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Additional information...

Size: 8 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0064.33.0221 -2
   
Date: 1906

Title: 3) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123).

Description: Possible variation of a floor plan for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text hand written lower left: "0603.03." Text hand written lower right: "Grace Fuller ???." FLLW Foundation #0603.003. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Additional information...

Size: 10 x 6.5 B&W photograph.

S#: 0064.33.0221 -3
   
Date: 1906

Title: Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123).

Description: Basement and First Story Plan for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text top right: "Miss Grace Fuller. Glencoe, Illinois. Dwelling, Frank Lloyd Wright. Architect. Oak Park, Illinois." Text for left plan: "Basement Plan." Text for right plan: "First Story Plan. Note - First and second story plans are figured to outside or studs. Window dimensions shown are for full width of sash." Text hand written lower left: "0603.04." FLLW Foundation #0603.004. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Additional information...

Size: 8.5 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0064.33.0221 -4
   
Date: 1906

Title: 5) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123).

Description: Construction and Second Story Plan for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text for left plan: "Basement Plan." Text for right plan: "Details of typical window frames." "Detail section of house taken on line A-B first story plan." Text bottom right: "Second Story Plan." Text hand written lower left: "0603.05." FLLW Foundation #0603.005. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Additional information...

Size: 8.5 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0064.33.0221 -5
Date: 1906

Title: 6) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123).

Description: Front and Rear Elevations for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text: "Front Elevation. Rear Elevation." Text hand written lower left: "0603.06." FLLW Foundation #0603.006. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Additional information...

Size: 8.5 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0064.33.0221 -6
   
Date: 1906

Title: 7) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123).

Description: End Elevations (2) and Trim for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text: "End Elevation. End Elevation." "Full size detail of trim." Text hand written lower left: "0603.07." FLLW Foundation #0603.007. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Additional information...

Size: 8.25 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0064.33.0221 -7
   
Date: 1906

Title: 8) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123).

Description: Interior Detail for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text: "Interior Detail." Text hand written lower left: "0603.08." FLLW Foundation #0603.008. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Additional information...

Size: 8 x 8 B&W photograph.

S#: 0064.33.0221 -8
   
Date: 1910

Title: Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Tafel XL (40),

Description: Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective, Ground and Floor Plans for the: "Workmen’s Cottages for Mr. E. C. Waller, Chicago, Ill. Suburban cottage for Miss Grace Fuller, Glencoe, Ill." Published in 1910 by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin. In 1910, Frank Lloyd Wright published the Ausgeführte Bauten portfolio, Tafel (Plate) XL which included The Workmen’s Cottages for Mr. E. C. Waller, and a Suburban Cottage for Miss Grace Fuller, Glencoe, Illinois. It included a perspective of the Fuller House as well as the floors plans for the first and second levels. There was no descriptive text for the Fuller house in the introduction. Wright did not indicate if the house was ever built. Additional information...

Size: 10 x 6.5 Color photograph.

S#:
0087.40.0221
   
Date: Circa 1914

Title: Grace Fuller Circa 1914 (1906 - S.123).

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. No evidence has been found to date that the house was ever built. According to Karen Ettelson of the Glencoe Historical Society, Grace Fuller was a leader of the community for quite some time before Wright prepared his 1906 designs for her. She lived in the Thomas Allen home on the corner of Hazel Avenue and Sheridan Road, Glencoe. Thomas Allen was the father of Grace’s deceased fiancé. Grace became Mr. Allen’s caregiver during the final years of his life and when he died in 1897, he left the house and the bulk of his very extensive estate (adjusted for inflation and estimated in current dollars to be approximately $1.7 million) to Grace. She lived there until 1924 when she sold the property. This photograph came from the 1914 Aurora Senior Class Annual for Michigan State Normal College (which is now Eastern Michigan University). At that time, Grace Fuller was Dean of Women and Head of the Household Arts Department although she left the College shortly thereafter in August of 1914. The Glencoe Historical Society has researched Grace Fuller’s life extensively, yet, she remains one of our greatest mysteries. Courtesy of the Glencoe Historical Society.

Size: 8 x 10 Color photograph.

S#: 0
124.47.0221
   
   
   
GRACE FULLER HOUSE PLANS 1906
   

Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Set of eight B&W photographs of the plans for the Grace Fuller House. There seems to be more questions than answers concerning the Grace Fuller House in Glencoe, Illinois. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906, FLLW #0603. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. They are numbered 0603.001-008. 06: 1906, 03: Third job in 1906. On one of the plans, Wright wrote: "Miss Grace Fuller. Glencoe, Illinois. Dwelling, Frank Lloyd Wright. Architect. Oak Park, Illinois."
       In 1910, when Wright published the Ausgeführte Bauten portfolio, Tafel (Plate) XL included The Workmen’s Cottages for Mr. E. C. Waller, and a Suburban Cottage for Miss Grace Fuller, Glencoe, Illinois. It included a perspective of the Fuller House as well as the floors plans for the first and second levels. There was no descriptive text for the Fuller house in the introduction. Wright did not indicate if the house was ever built.
       We were unable to locate a single photograph of the Grace Fuller House. In 1942, when Hitchcock published In The Nature of Materials, in his list of "Executed Work and Projects" he notes: "1906. Grace Fuller house, Hazel Ave. and Sheridan Rd., Glencoe, Ill. (Exhibited in 1907; demolished).
       In Frank Lloyd Wright to 1910, 1958, Grant Carpenter Manson only refers to the Fuller house in passing, "There is, for example, the type of Prairie House which is scaled to a very

 

limited budget, necessitating some mass-production techniques and a simplification of Wright’s decorative vocabulary. Such are the Sutton, Mary Adams, Hunt, Fuller, Hoyt, Nicholas, Stockman and Waller Subdivision houses, not to mention a few." He does not clarify whether it was a project or a house.
       When William Storrer published The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright in 1974, he also indicated that the Fuller House had been demolished. In his 2002 edition Storrer writes, "Though no photographs have been found to prove that this house was constructed, John H. Howe, head of Wright’s drafting room during the post-Depression Usonian years, has said that he knew the house even before he joined the Taliesin Fellowship.
       When Pfeiffer published Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1902-1906, 1987, he listed the Grace Fuller as a house, not a project, p.224-225. But, when Pfeiffer published Wright 1885-1916, 2011, p.262, he refers to Grace Fuller as a "Project."
       In Frank Lloyd Wright Field Guide, 2005, p.261, Thomas A. Heinz writes, "It is unlikely that Wright’s design for Grace Fuller was ever realized, as suggested by others, as there is no evidence in the property records of her building or owning land. She was the librarian in Glencoe. It has been suggested she may have been a relative of Darwin Martin." Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Set of eight 8 x 8 B&W photographs.

   
  SHEET 1    SHEET 2    SHEET 3    SHEET 4    SHEET 5    SHEET 6 
  SHEET 7    SHEET 8 
 
FULLER 1906 SHEET 1
 
1) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Two perspective views for the Grace Fuller House, with and without the covered terrace. In the top perspective, stairs on either side lead up to the semicircular terrace. The entrance is centered and is covered with a cantilevered roof. In the lower perspective the stairs leading up to the entrance is on the left. The cantilevered cover has been removed. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text hand written lower left: "0603.01." FLLW Foundation #0603.001. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. (S#0064.33.0221 -1)
 
1A) Detail top perspective, stairs on either side lead up to the semicircular terrace. The entrance is centered and is covered with a cantilevered roof.
 
1B) Detail top perspective, stairs on either side lead up to the semicircular terrace. The entrance is centered and is covered with a cantilevered roof.
 
1C) Detail lower perspective, the stairs leading up to the entrance is on the left. The cantilevered cover has been removed.
 
1D) Detail lower perspective, the stairs leading up to the entrance is on the left. The cantilevered cover has been removed.
 
 
 
FULLER 1906 SHEET 2
 
2) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Two floor plans for the second floor of the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text hand written lower right: "Grace Fuller." FLLW Foundation #0603.002. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. (S#0064.33.0221 -2)
 
2A) Detail of left floor plan for the second floor of the Grace Fuller House.
 
2B) Detail of left floor plan for the second floor of the Grace Fuller House.
 
 
 
FULLER 1906 SHEET 3
 
3) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Possible variation of a floor plan for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text hand written lower left: "0603.03." Text hand written lower right: "Grace Fuller ???." FLLW Foundation #0603.003. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. (S#0064.33.0221 -3)
 
3A) Detail of the floor plan for the Grace Fuller House.
 
 
 
FULLER 1906 SHEET 4
 
4) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Basement and First Story Plan for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text top right: "Miss Grace Fuller. Glencoe, Illinois. Dwelling, Frank Lloyd Wright. Architect. Oak Park, Illinois." Text for left plan: "Basement Plan." Text for right plan: "First Story Plan. Note - First and second story plans are figured to outside or studs. Window dimensions shown are for full width of sash." Text hand written lower left: "0603.04." FLLW Foundation #0603.004. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. (S#0064.33.0221 -4)
 
4A) Detail for the Basement Plan for the Grace Fuller House.
 
4B) Detail for the First Story Plan for the Grace Fuller House.
 
 
 
FULLER 1906 SHEET 5
 
5) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Construction and Second Story Plan for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text for left plan: "Basement Plan." Text for right plan: "Details of typical window frames." "Detail section of house taken on line A-B first story plan." Text bottom right: "Second Story Plan." Text hand written lower left: "0603.05." FLLW Foundation #0603.005. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. (S#0064.33.0221 -5)
 
5A) Detail of the Second Story Plan for the Grace Fuller House.
 
 
 
FULLER 1906 SHEET 6
 
6) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Front and Rear Elevations for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text: "Front Elevation. Rear Elevation." Text hand written lower left: "0603.06." FLLW Foundation #0603.006. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. (S#0064.33.0221 -6)
 
6A) Detail of the Front Elevations for the Grace Fuller House.
 
6B) Detail of the Rear Elevations for the Grace Fuller House.
 
 
 
FULLER 1906 SHEET 7
 
7) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). End Elevations (2) and Trim for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text: "End Elevation. End Elevation." "Full size detail of trim." Text hand written lower left: "0603.07." FLLW Foundation #0603.007. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. (S#0064.33.0221 -7)
 
7A) Detail of the Upper End Elevations.
 
7B) Detail of the Lower End Elevations.
 
 
 
FULLER 1906 SHEET 8
 
8) Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Interior Detail for the Grace Fuller House. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Grace Fuller House in 1906. Eight original drawings are housed in the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. Text: "Interior Detail." Text hand written lower left: "0603.08." FLLW Foundation #0603.008. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives at the Columbia University Avery Library. (S#0064.33.0221 -8)
 
   
   
GRACE FULLER HOUSE PLANS 1910
   
Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois (1906 - S.123). Tafel XL (40), Ausgefüührte Bauten und Entwüürfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. Perspective, Ground and Floor Plans for the: "Workmen’s Cottages for Mr. E. C. Waller, Chicago, Ill. Suburban cottage for Miss Grace Fuller, Glencoe, Ill." Published in 1910 by Ernst Wasmuth A.-G., Berlin. In 1910, Frank Lloyd Wright published the Ausgeführte Bauten portfolio, Tafel (Plate) XL which included The Workmen’s Cottages for Mr. E. C. Waller, and a Suburban Cottage for Miss Grace Fuller, Glencoe, Illinois. It included a perspective of the Fuller House as well as the floors plans for the first and second levels. There was no descriptive text for the Fuller house in the introduction. Wright did not indicate if the house was ever built. (S#0087.40.0221)
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
GRACE FULLER UPDATE 2021
   

Grace Fuller House, Glencoe, Illinois, 2021 (1906 - S.123). Correspondence with the Glencoe Historical Society, 2021. As we began researching the Grace Fuller House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906, we contacted the Glencoe Historical Society. Karen Ettelson, Co-President of the GHS was kind enough to respond and allow us to include her text here:
       The Glencoe Historical Society has been working on Grace Fuller for more than six years. In 2015, our community celebrated the 100th anniversary of Wright’s Ravine Bluffs subdivision. We were aware that there was a great deal of misinformation circulating about Wright’s work in Glencoe and committed, as part of that celebration, to find as much information as possible to document and correct the record. Grace Fuller is a primary example. Carla Lind concluded in her 1996 work Lost Wright: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Vanished Masterpieces, that there was no evidence that a Grace Fuller ever lived in Glencoe.
       Our research demonstrates that Grace was alive and well and a leader of our community for quite some time before Wright prepared his 1906 designs for her. Yet Grace remains one of our greatest mysteries. Was the house ever built? We have examined her background and entire life in search of information about her and clues that might lead us to a definitive answer. The good news is that we have discovered the story of a truly remarkable woman. The bad news is that, as of today, we still cannot conclusively answer your question.
       I can tell you that the house designed by Wright for Fuller was most likely not constructed on the address listed in the 1942 Hitchcock book, In The Nature of Materials. Grace Fuller did live, for many years, in a home at that address - the corner of Hazel Avenue and Sheridan Road (which is literally just a half a block away from my home as I write this to you). The house at that location originally belonged to Thomas Allen, who was the father of Grace’s deceased fiancé. Grace became Mr. Allen’s care giver during the final years of his life and when he died in 1897, Mr. Allen left the house and the bulk of his very extensive estate (adjusted for inflation and estimated in current dollars to be approximately $1.7 million) to Grace. The Allen house was

  built in the late 1800s. We know that Grace Fuller sold the property to Gordon Ramsey in February of 1914. A new home, designed by Loebl & Schlossman for a different owner, was built on the lot in 1925. That home has recently been restored and renovated and is currently on the market.
       Although the information we have on the Hazel and Sheridan Road address suggests that the Wright designed house was never built, the inquiry does not end there. As you may know, William Storrer in
The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, (Third Edition, 2007) states: "Though no photographs have been found to prove that this house was constructed, John H. Howe, head of Wright’s drafting room during the post-Depression Usonian years, has said that he knew the house even before he joined the Taliesin Fellowship." In researching Mr. Howe, we discovered that he was born in Evanston, Illinois, a town about 8 miles south of Glencoe, and claims to have driven past the Fuller house many times as a boy.
      
Using Howe’s statement as a clue, we looked for further evidence of additional property owned by Grace Fuller that could have been the location of the Wright-designed home. Our GHS collection includes a handwritten notebook from the Village water meter reader suggesting that Grace Fuller also owned property on South Avenue. This particular street was a principal thoroughfare in early Glencoe, so it is possible that John Howe could have driven past a Wright designed home on that street with his parents as a boy. Although we have continually searched for more specific documentation regarding such a property, thus far, we have come up empty-handed.
       Because we have at least some evidence that Grace Fuller may have owned other property in Glencoe, we cannot definitively rule out the possibility that the Wright design was built and later demolished. We have not given up and still hope to find more information someday. As I said earlier, she was a truly remarkable woman and we hope to one day find the answer to this mystery.
      
Karen Ettelson, Co-President of the Glencoe Historical Society. February 2, 2021 (ST#2021.01.0221)
   
   
 
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