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BUILDING RENOVATION Date: 1995
Title: Building Renovation - Winter 1995 (Published quarterly by Penton Publishing, Cleveland, OH)
Author: Fisher, Thomas
Description: "Righting a Wright Campus. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Florida Southern College shows how great buildings can be a valuable asset - if well maintained." History of Wright’s work at the college, analysis of the concrete textile blocks and the restoration process. Includes 11 photographs and one illustration. Original cover price $5.00.
Size: 8 x 10.75
Pages: Pp 30-33
CUSTOM BUILDER Date: 1988
Title: Custom Builder - February 1988 (Published monthly by The Willows Publishing Group, Inc. Peterborough, NH)
Author: Fisette, Paul Author: Goska, Dave Description: “A Famous Flat Roof: A fix for Frank Lloyd Wright after 50 years.” Fixing Fallingwater. Includes three photos. Description: “Great Contemporaries: What a Wright client does for an encore.” Loren Pope post Wright. Original cover price $3.50. Size: 8 x 11. Size: 8 x 11. Pages: Pp 1 25 Pages: Pp 33-35 S#: 1988.27.0506
COUNTRY LIFE IN AMERICA Date: 1912
Title: Country Life in America - September 15, 1912 (Published twice a month by Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, N.Y.)
Author: White, Charles E. Jr.
Description: “Insurgent architecture in the Middle West. The out-of-the-ordinary style that has been developed by the Chicago School of Architects - Its meaning and its destiny. ...It is to Mr. Wright that we are chiefly indebted for the illustrations used in this article. Mr. Wright has developed insurgent architecture beyond the point where Mr. Sullivan in his prime left it...” Not specifically about Wright, but of the nine photographs six are Wright’s. Also includes one illustration. Original cover price 25 cents.
Size: 10.4 x 14.25.
Pages: Pp 15-18
Title: Country Life - May 1929 (Published monthly by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York)
Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Description: "A Building Adventure in Modernism. A successful adventure in concrete. All true building is high adventure, and the building of ‘La Miniatura’ in Pasadena, was no exception. The little building – a small studio-home for Mrs. George Madison Millard – was to be a genuine expression of California in terms of modern industry and American life. The Millards had lived in the dwelling I have built for them at Highland Park near Chicago, and so, when invited to work out a new theatre for a patron of the arts in Los Angeles, I came to Pasadena some 15 years later, she threw away plans she had for the contemplated little ‘studio-house’ and welcomed me..." Includes five photographs of Millard’s La Miniatura. Original cover price 50c. (Sweeney 224)
Size: 10.25 x 14.25
Pages: Pp 40-41
COUNTRY LIVING Date: 1995
Title: Country Living - December 1995
Author: 1) Martin, Leslie 2) Anonymous
Description: 1) "Into the Desert". A visit to Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter retreat in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert highlights a holiday getaway.
2) "Traveler’s Tips." Out and about: Taliesin West. Suggested reading: Taliesin West, In The Realm of Ideas (30 page interpretive guidebook.
Pages: 1) Pp 29-30 2) Pp 30
ST#: 1995.34.0704, 1995.35.0704
FAMILY HANDYMAN Date: 1967
Title: Family Handyman - December 1967 (Published bi-monthly by Universal Publishing & Distributing Corporation, New York)
Description: The Sol Friedman House (1948 - S.316) "Frank Lloyd Wright, master of inner space. Nestled atop a hilly, thick wooded area not far from New York City, is a circular steel, stone, glass and concrete house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, dean of American architects. While all his works are unusual, even startling, each having its own personality, this one is especially fascinating because of the masterly way in which every bit of space was put to work. It is almost as though Wright had set himself an impossible goal – the utilization of corners where corners didn't exist..." Includes eleven photographs of the Friedman House, as well as six plans for building your own Friedman built-ins. Original cover price 50c.
Size: 8.25 x 11
Pages: Pp Cover, 26-31
FINE HOMEBUILDING Date: 1981
Title: Fine Homebuilding - June/July 1981 No 3
Author: Heinz, Thomas A.
Description: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Jacob II House. An owner-built, passive solar home designed in 1944 by one of the 20th century’s greatest architects.
Size: 9 x 12
Pages: Pp 20-27
Title: Fine Homebuilding - December 1982 / January 1983
Author: Snyder, Tim
Description: Restoring Fountainhead. Brilliant in form and function but flawed in structure, a Frank Lloyd Wright house is renewed by a thoughtful and thorough architect. J. Willis Hughes House.
Pages: Pp 27-33
Title: Fine Homebuilding - April/May 1984 (Published bimonthly by The Tauton Press, Inc. Newtown, CT)
Author: Harboe, Thomas; Lepre, Vincent
Description: “Frank Lloyd Wright Comes to the Met. How restorers reassemble a Prairie School living room in a museum.” Reconstruction of the living room from Wright’s Francis W. Little Residence II (1912 Wayzata, Minn.) inside The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The home was demolished in 1972. Includes eight photographs and one illustration. Original cover price $3.50.
Size: 9 x 12
Pages: Pp 73-79
Title: Fine Homebuilding - April/May 1986
Author: Koontz, Thomas Author: Kalec, Don; Abernathy, Ann Author: Kalec, Don Description: Building Basics: What makes structures stand up, and fall down. References Wright and Fallingwater, includes photo of Fallingwater Description: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park Studio. Painstaking attention to detail restores a landmark building to its original state. Description: A tour through Wright’s Studio Size: Size: Size: Pages: Pp 29-33 Pages: Pp Cover, 60-66 Pages: Pp 66 ST#: 1986.12.0402 ST#: 1986.13.0402 ST#: 1986.14.0402 Date: 1987
Title: Fine Homebuilding - August/September 1987
Author: Miller, Charles
Description: 1) Pottery House, Building a house based on a design by Frank Lloyd Wright 2) Wrights unbuilt works 3) The original Pottery House
Pages: Pp 26-31
Title: Fine Homebuilding - October/November 1989 (Published bimonthly by The Tauton Press, Inc., Newtown, CT)
Author: Abernathy, Ann; Fieroh, Lem
Description: "Restoring Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park Home. An open plan and exquisite details are brought back to life with sensitive surgery. The first home Frank Lloyd Wright built for himself was a picturesque cottage on a tanglewood lot in Oak Park, a new suburb of Chicago. It was 1889; the young designer was 21 and his bride Catherine was 18. Wright lived in the house for the next 20 years, making frequent alterations and additions as his family and private practice grew. From Oak Park, he accomplished a quarter of his life’s work..." Includes seven photographs and two illustrations. Original cover price $4.95.
Size: 9 x 11.75
Pages: Pp 82-87
Title: Fine Homebuilding - April/May 1993 (Published by-monthly by The Tounton Press, Inc., Newton, CT)
Author: Eifler, John
Description: "Restoring the Jacobs House. Revolutionary in plan but structurally flawed, Frank Lloyd Wright’s first Usonian house has been rebuilt from the outside in... After a succession of owners, Jacobs I was purchased in 1982 by James Dennis, a University of Wisconsin professor of art history. Dennis planned from the outset to restore the house, but truth be told, he had little inkling as to the extent of work and the amount of money it would take to do the job. Neither did I..." Includes 12 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price $5.95.
Size: 9 x 11.75
Pages: Pp 78-82
Title: Fine Homebuilding - July 2002 (Published bimonthly plus a Spring and Fall issue by Taunton Press, Inc., Newtown, CT)
Author: Deshotels, Bob
Description: “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House. Age, earthquakes and more than a few design flaws have taken a toll on this landmark; but it will soon be rebuilt, better than ever.” Includes nine photographs and one illustration. Original cover price $7.99.
Size: 9 x 11
Pages: Pp 108-113
Title: Fine Homebuilding - Summer 2006 (Published bimonthly by The Tauton Press, Inc. Newtown, CT)
Author: Groom, Sean; Miller, Charles
Description: “The 25 Most Important Houses in America.” Includes the Jacob’s 1 House and Fallingwater. Includes three photographs. Original cover Price $8.99.
Size: 9 x 11
Pages: Pp Cover, 58-67
MIDWEST LIVING Date: 1987
Title: Midwest Living - June 1987 (Published bimonthly by Meredith Corporation, Des Moines, IA)
Author: Jaffin, Rhoda
Description: "The Wright Revival. Our prairies inspired Frank Lloyd Wright’s bold genius. Now the world is rediscovering the legacy he left in the Heartland." There are also two side articles: "Living with Wright: Ida Trier, Johnston, Iowa", and "Living with Wright: The Drings, Oak Park, Illinois" concerning the Fricke House. Includes fifteen photographs. Original cover price $2.50.
Size: 8 x 10.5
Pages: Pp 101-105
NUTSHELL NEWS Date: 1996
Title: Nutshell News - July 1996 (Published monthly by Kalmbach Publishing Co., Waukesha, WI)
Author: Cook, Madelyn
Description: "Microcrafting Arts & Crafts. 1/4" scale the Wright Way. Wright’s furniture was crafted to compliment the houses he designed. The sofa set is shown in front of a photo of the May House." Includes directions and diagrams for producing miniature prairie styled furniture. Original cover price $3.95.
Size: 8.25 x 10.75
Pages: Pp 54-55
READER'S DIGEST Date: 1930
Title: Readers Digest - September 1930
Author: Woollcott, Alexander
Description: Father of Modern Architecture (Condensed from The New Yorker - 7/19/30)
Pages: Pp 388-90
Title: Readers Digest - September 1937
Author: Frank Lloyd Wright
Description: Building against Doomsday (Imperial Hotel) (Sweeney 426)
Pages: Pp 70-74
Title: Readers Digest - November 1946
Author: Sargeant, Winthrop
Description: Titan of Modern Architecture. A condensed version of the Life Magazine article, August 12, 1946, Sweeney 676. (Sweeney 677)
Pages: Pp 31-5
Title: Readers Digest - February 1958 (Published monthly by the Reader’s Digest Association, Inc., Pleasantville, N.Y.)
Author: Oboler, Arch
Description: "He’s Always Magnificently Wright. Building your first house is always an adventure. But when your architect is one of the most colorful and unpredictable in the world, well... I had asked him how he had endured those long years of unremitting attacks on his own prophetic works. Mr. Wright Smiled. ‘The history of every artist is this,’ he said. ‘At first people discover you, and everything you do is wondrous.. Then they begin to look for your feet of clay, and everything you do is berated. But if you live long enough you become an old master.’ Then his eyes twinkled, ‘Now I am an Old Master.’ " Includes two illustrations, one from a portrait by Karsh. Original cover price 35c. (Sweeney 1246)
Size: 5.5 x 7.5
Pages: Pp 49-54
THIS OLD HOUSE Date: 2004
Title: This Old House - Nov 2004
Author: Penfield, Paul
Description: "Putting Things Wright. When your boyhood home was designed by America’s most famous architect, its restoration justifies four years of careful work." Son restores Louis Penfield Home, Willoughby Hills, Ohio.
Pages: Pp 96-104