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1920
1920
Banff Crag & Canyon - July 10, 1920 (Published weekly by the Banff Crag & Canyon, Banff, Alberta) Anonymous "The grounds in front of the recreation building were under water last week, and it was possible for a man, if so inclined, to wade out to the building, sit on the steps and fish... They are neither ornamental nor useful except as a standing monument to the incapacity of Parks Commissioner Harkin." (Photocopy courtesy of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Alberta.) 2.5 x 1.75. For more information on the Banff National Park Pavilion see our Wright Study. - 0142.07.0910
1920
The Larkin Idea - April 1920 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page one - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8 Pp 32 0142.19.0719
1921
1921
Wendingen - IV No. 11 1921 (Published by de Hooge Brug, Amsterdam.  English version. 200 standard edition soft cover copies were published and 75 deluxe copies with heavier paper and hard covers were produced.  This is the soft cover edition.)  Cover design: Lithograph after a drawing by E.L. Lissitzky (1890-1941). This was among his first commissions upon leaving Russia.  Wendingen, was published from 1918 through 1931,  by ‘‘Architectura et... Berlage, H. P. “Frank Lloyd Wright.”  This issue was devoted to Wright.  It includes 22 photographs and renderings of Wright's work, including Midway Gardens, Taliesin, the Imperial Hotel, and the Barnsdale Theatre.  A further seven issues of Wendingen would be devoted to Wright in 1925-1926.  21 of the 22 images were later repeated in the seven issues and also the published book “The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright” 1925.  Page 2 (published...  Continue...   (Sweeney 143) Pp 2-18 0143.00.0207
1921
The Larkin Idea - April 1921 (Published on the first day of each month by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Page three - Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Original List Price 50 cents a year. 5.2 x 8 Pp 32 0144.16.0920
1922
1922
Larkin Idea, The - December 1922 (Published monthly by the Larkin Co., Buffalo, NY) Larkin Co. Page three- Illustration of campus with Wright designed Larkin Headquarters. Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for the Larkin Administration building were completed in 1904. The finished building was not ready for occupancy until August 1906. 5 x 8 Pp 32 0147.13.1017
1923
1923
Architectural Record - April 1923 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp., New York) Sullivan, Louis H. "Concerning The Imperial Hotel - Tokyo, Japan. ...This great work is the masterpiece of Frank Lloyd Wright, a great free spirit, whose fame as a master of ideas is an accomplished world-wide fact. Through prior visits he had discerned, and added to the wealth of his own rich nature, the spirit, as evidenced in forms, of the ideals of Old Japan, which still persist, in slumber, among its living people, needing but the awakening touch... In this regard the Imperial Hotel...  Continue... (Sweeney 154) Pp 332-352 0154.00.0615
1923
The Western Architect - November 1923 (Published monthly by The Western Architect, Chicago) Wright, Frank Lloyd “In the Cause of Architecture, in the wake of the Quake concerning the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo."  Part one of two parts, part two in February 1924, S#162.  Includes two photographs.  Original cover price $0.50.  9 x 12. (Sweeney 155) Pp129-132 0155.00.0906
1923

The American Architect and The Architectural Review - June 20, 1923  (Published by The Architectural and Building Press, Inc.)

Swartout, Egerton "Review of Recent Architectural Magazines." Includes review of Wright and two photos of Imperial Hotel. Original List Price 50 cents. 9 x 12. Pp 574-578 0156.01.0205
1924
1924
Architectural Record - February 1924 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp., New York) Floto, Julius "Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan." Begins with: "Extracts from a report to Frank Lloyd Wright by Enod San, Assistant to Mr. Wright during construction of the building. Dated September 8, 1923... Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial Hotel stands practically uninjured after resisting the most severe seismic shocks, both in intensity and duration, the civilized world has ever recorded. Surrounded by ruins the Imperial stands, a symbol of progress and a lasting tribute...  Continue... (Sweeney 159) Pp 118-123 0159.00.0615
1924
Architectural Record - February 1924 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp., New York) Sullivan, Louis H. "Reflections on the Tokyo Disaster. ...The emergence, unharmed, of the Imperial Hotel, from the heartrending horrors of the Tokyo disaster, takes on, at once, momentous importance in the world of modern thought, as a triumph of the living and the real over the credulous, the fantastic, and the insane... The architect of the Imperial Hotel, whose name by the way is Frank Lloyd Wright, a fact I should in all honor have mentioned earlier, had I not been so... Continue... (Sweeney 161) Pp 113-117 0161.00.0615
1924
Architectural Record - June 1924 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp., New York) Rebori, A. N. (Side Note) "Louis H Sullivan (1856-1924). Louis H Sullivan passed away quietly on Monday, April 14, 1924, after a week’s illness, of hear failure. As far as the material world is concerned, he ceased to exist some fifteen years ago. The last years of his life were spent in writing and in executing small commissions for appreciative clients... These few tokens of appreciation, coming as they do from unbiased architectural opinion, show the high place in which the works of... Continue... Pp 586-587 0161.01.0615
1924

The Western Architect - February 1924 (Published monthly by The Western Architect, Inc., Chicago)
Wright, Frank Lloyd "In The Cause of Architecture. In The Wake of The Quake. Concerning The Imperial Hotel, Tokio." A conclusion of an article concerning the Imperial Hotel. Part one was published in the November 1923 issue of The Western Architect. Part Two Includes: IV. Changes As The Work Proceeded. Some changes to program had to be made. I had intended to cast the concrete piles in a board hole, inserting them with no disturbance of the old layers of topsoil, bringing over boring machines for this purpose... Continue... (Sweeney 162) Pp 17-20 0162.00.0319
 1924
Prairie School Architecture. Studies from ‘The Western Architect’ (Hard Cover) Published by University of Toronto Press, Toronto and Buffalo) Brooks, H. Allen A reprint of ‘The Western Architect’,  June 1924 Issue "Louis Henry Sullivan, Beloved Master," by Frank Lloyd Wright...  Continue...  (Sweeney 163)      
1924
Architectural Record - July 1924 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Louis H Sullivan - His Work. Louis Sullivan’s great value as an Artist-Architect - alive or dead - lies in his firm grasp of principle. He knew the truths of Architecture as I believe no one before him knew them. And profoundly he realized them. This illumination of his was the more remarkable a vision when all around him cultural mists hung low to 0bscure or blight every dawning hope of a finer beauty in the matter of this world... When he brought in the board with the motive of the Wainwright Building outlined...  Continue...  (Sweeney 164) Pp 28-32 0164.00.0417
1924
The Larkin Idea - May 1924 (A Monthly Magazine for Larkin Secretaries, Published by the Larkin Co. Inc., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Front and back cover printed in three-color, orange, dark blue and black.. This issue continues to use the Larkin Building mast-head (p3) which includes the Larkin Administration Building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. 5 x 8 Pp 32 0164.13.0621
1925
 

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1925
Wendingen VII No. 3 (Published in October 1925 by C. A. Mees, Santpoort, Holland, Netherlands) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Wijdeveld, Hendrikus Theadorus First issue in a seven part series. First Title Page: "The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright With Contributions by Frank Lloyd Wright. An Introduction by Architect H. Th. Wijdeveld and Many Articles by Famous European Architects and American Writers. Holland. 1925." All seven issue were devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright. The cover was designed by Hendrikus Theadorus Wijdeveld. His initials, "H. Th. W." are included in the design on the back cover. The cover...  Continue...  (Sweeney 168) Pp 1-24 (Advertisements: 25-36) 0168.01.1219
1925

Wendingen VII No. 4 (Published in November 1925 by C. A. Mees, Santpoort, Holland, Netherlands)
Wright, Frank Lloyd Second issue in a seven part series. First Title Page: "The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright With Contributions by Frank Lloyd Wright. An Introduction by Architect H. Th. Wijdeveld and Many Articles by Famous European Architects and American Writers. Holland. 1925." All seven issue were devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright. The cover was designed by Hendrikus Theadorus Wijdeveld. His initials, "H. Th. W." are included in the design on the back cover. The cover...  Continue...  (Sweeney 168) Pp 25-52 (Advertisements: 25-36) 0168.02.1219 0168.02.0504
1925

Wendingen VII No. 5 (Published in January 1926 by C. A. Mees, Santpoort, Holland, Netherlands)
Wright, Frank Lloyd; Mumford, Levis Third issue in a seven part series. First Title Page: "The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright With Contributions by Frank Lloyd Wright. An Introduction by Architect H. Th. Wijdeveld and Many Articles by Famous European Architects and American Writers. Holland. 1925." All seven issue were devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright. The cover was designed by Hendrikus Theadorus Wijdeveld. His initials, "H. Th. W." are included in the design on the back cover. The cover...  Continue...  (Sweeney 168) Pp 53-76 (Advertisements: I-XII) 0168.03.1219 0168.03.0504
1925
Wendingen VII No. 6 (Published in February 1926 by C. A. Mees, Santpoort, Holland, Netherlands) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Mumford, Levis; Berlage,
Dr. H. P.; Oud,
J. J. P.;
Mallet-Stevens, Rob
Fourth issue in a seven part series. First Title Page: "The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright With Contributions by Frank Lloyd Wright. An Introduction by Architect H. Th. Wijdeveld and Many Articles by Famous European Architects and American Writers. Holland. 1925." All seven issue were devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright. The cover was designed by Hendrikus Theadorus Wijdeveld. His initials, "H. Th. W." are included in the design on the back cover. The cover...  Continue...  (Sweeney 168) Pp 77-94 (Advertisements: I-X) 0168.04.1219
1925
Wendingen VII No. 7 (Published in March 1926 by C. A. Mees, Santpoort, Holland, Netherlands) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Mendelsohn,
Von Erich; Sullivan, Louis H.
Fifth issue in a seven part series. First Title Page: "The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright With Contributions by Frank Lloyd Wright. An Introduction by Architect H. Th. Wijdeveld and Many Articles by Famous European Architects and American Writers. Holland. 1925." All seven issue were devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright. The cover was designed by Hendrikus Theadorus Wijdeveld. His initials, "H. Th. W." are included in the design on the back cover. The cover...  Continue...  (Sweeney 168) Pp 95-118 (Advertisements: I-X) 0168.05.1219
1925
Wendingen VII No. 8 (Published in March 1926 by C. A. Mees, Santpoort, Holland, Netherlands) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Sullivan, Louis H.
Sixth issue in a seven part series. First Title Page: "The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright With Contributions by Frank Lloyd Wright. An Introduction by Architect H. Th. Wijdeveld and Many Articles by Famous European Architects and American Writers. Holland. 1925." All seven issue were devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright. The cover was designed by Hendrikus Theadorus Wijdeveld. His initials, "H. Th. W." are included in the design on the back cover. The cover...  Continue...  (Sweeney 168) Pp 119-140 (Advertisements: I-VIII) 0168.06.1219
1925
Wendingen VII No. 9 (Published in April 1926 by C. A. Mees, Santpoort, Holland, Netherlands) Wright, Frank Lloyd Seventh issue in a seven part series. First Title Page: "The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright With Contributions by Frank Lloyd Wright. An Introduction by Architect H. Th. Wijdeveld and Many Articles by Famous European Architects and American Writers. Holland. 1925." All seven issue were devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright. The cover was designed by Hendrikus Theadorus Wijdeveld. His initials, "H. Th. W." are included in the design on the back cover. The cover...  Continue...  (Sweeney 168) Pp 141-164- (Advertisements: I-VIII) 0168.07.1219
1927
1927
Cahiers D’ Art - No. 9 Anonymous Parmi les figures les plus marquantes de la renovation architectuirale il faut compter Frank Lloyd Wright, l'architecte americain, si meconnu a ses debuts et qui excerce aujourd'hui une influence capitale. Il est avec Tony Garnier, en France, Otto Wagner en Autriche, Behrens en Allemagne, Berlage en HollandeVan de Velde en Belgique, un des grans promoteurs de ce mouvement architectural qui, en cherchant d'exactes correspondances avec I'esprit moderne, a retrouve les grands...  Continue...  (Sweeney 192) Pp 322-328 0192.00.0417
1927
Architectural Record - December 1927  (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corp., New York) 1) Wright, Frank Lloyd  2) Rebori, A. N. 1) “La Miniatura” - Residence of Mrs. George Madison Millard, Pasadena, Calif. The First Textile-Block Slab House Constructed by Frank Lloyd Wright.”   2) “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Textile-Block Slab Construction” “The work of Frank Lloyd Wright presented in a volume recently published in Holland bears conclusive proof that at least one American architect has created a vital Modern architecture from new materials, new methods and new construction, conforming to...  Continue...   (Sweeney 194) 1) Frontispiece (P 448)   2) Pp 449-456 0194.00.0407
1927
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Architectural Record - May 1927 Wright, Frank Lloyd In Cause of Arch: I - The Architect and the Machine  (Sweeney 195) Pp 394 - 396 0195.00.0301
1927
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Architectural Record - June 1927 Frank Lloyd Wright In Cause of Arch: II - Standardization, The Soul of the Machine  (Sweeney 196) Pp 478 - 480 0196.00.0301
1927
Architectural Record - August 1927 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corporation, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd “In Cause of Architecture: Part III, Steel.”  Published as a bound volume in 1975  (S1971).  Original cover price 35 cents.  7.5 x 10.5.  (Sweeney 197) Pp 163-166 0197.00.0707
1927
Architectural Record - October 1927 Wright, Frank Lloyd In Cause of Arch: IV - Fabrication and Imagination. V - The New World.  (Sweeney 198) Pp 318-324 0198.00.1002
1927
Architecture - November 1927 (Published monthly by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York) Mumford, Lewis "New York vs. Chicago in Architecture." Mumford touches on Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence. "The New Yorker who prides himself on the architecture of his skyscrapers is perhaps a little surprised to know that most of the European architects who visit this country regarding New York nearly as a stopping-place on their pilgrimage to the middle west... There is no Eastern architect upon whom European attention is so firmly centered as upon Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright; there is no other American...  Continue...   Pp 241-244 0199.02.1019
1927
Arts & Decoration - November 1927 (Published Monthly by Arts & Decoration Publishing Co. Inc., New York, Paris, London) Vreeland, Francis William "A New Art Centre For The Pacific Coast. The California Art Club and the City of Los Angeles Share in the Magnificent Gift of a Beautiful House Surrounded by Picturesque Gardens and Olive Groves. The city of Los Angeles, in conjunction with the California Art Club, has received recently what may be considered its first large gift in the name of art - the presentation of a city recreation centre comprising a large house and eight surrounding acres of beautiful gardens...  Continue... Pp 64-65 0199.01.0711
1928
1928
Creative Art - November 1928 (Published monthly by Albert & Charles Boni, Inc., New York) Haskell, Douglas "Organic Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright. The single passion of Frank Lloyd Wright has been for an architecture universally valid because organic. As the scientist goes far beneath Nature’s appearances for her laws, so he has worked far below the orders and alphabets of finished building for the rule so broad as to permit no exceptions, the necessary base for sentient life..." Includes seven photographs of Ennis House (2), Hollyhock House (3), Coonley Residence and Robie...  Continue... (Sweeney 203) Pp li-lvii 0203.00.0113
1928
Architecture - June 1928 (Published monthly by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York) Mumford, Lewis "American Architecture To-day. The Second of a Short Series Analyzing and Criticizing our Modern Architecture in Several Important Phases... The most adequate examples of regional architecture in America that I know of are also the freshest and most original: the wooden cottages that Richardson built in the 80s, the concrete houses of Mr. Irving Gill in California, or the varied expressions of locality embodied in Mr. Frank Lloyd Wright's country houses. Mr. Wright is usually looked upon...  Continue...    (Sweeney 204) Pp 301-308 0204.00.1019
1928
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Architectural Record - August 1928 (Two Copies) Wright, Frank Lloyd Fiske Kimball’s New Book: A Review  (Sweeney 205) Pp 172 - 3 0205.00.0101 0205.00.0402
1928
Architectural Record - January 1928 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corporation, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd “In Cause of Architecture: 1. The Logic of the Plan.”  Includes six illustrations.  Published as a bound volume in 1975 (S1971).  Original cover price 35 cents.  9 x 11.75. Pp 49-57 0206.00.0707
1928
Architectural Record - April 1928 (Published Monthly by F.W. Dodge Corporation, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In Cause of Architecture: III. The Meaning of Materials - Stone." Stone, wood, pottery, glass, pigments and aggregates, metals, gems - cast in the industrious maw of mill, kiln and machine to be worked to the architect’s will by human-skill-in-labor. All this to his hand, as the pencil in it makes the marks that disposes of it as he dreams and wills. If he wills well - in use and beauty sympathetic to the creation of which he is creature. If he wills ill, in ugliness and... Continue... (Sweeney 208) Pp 350-356 0208.00.0315
1928
Architectural Record - May 1928 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In Cause of Architecture: IV. The Meaning of Materials - Wood. From the fantastic totem of the Alaskan - erected for its own sake as a great sculptured pole, seen in its primitive colors far above the snows - to the resilient bow of the American Indian, and from the enormous solid polished tree-trunks upholding the famous great temple-roofs of Japan to the delicate spreading veneers of rare, exotic woods on the surfaces of continental furniture...  Continue...  (Sweeney 209) Pp 481-488 0209.00.0716
1928
Architectural Record - June 1928 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In The Cause of Architecture. V. The Meaning of Materials - The Kiln. I see Tang glazes and Sung soft-clay figures from Chinese tombs in my studio as I write—a few of the noble Tang glazed horses that show Greek influence—and Han pottery. Some fragments of the Racca blue-glazed pots and the colored tiles of the Persians in Asia Minor – "the cradle of the race, "– Egyptian vessels and scarabs. It appears from a glance the oven is as old as civilization at least... Continue... (Sweeney 210) Pp 555-561 0210.00.0321
1928
Architectural Record - July 1928 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp, New York) (Two Copies) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In Cause of Architecture: VI. The Meaning of Materials - Glass. Perhaps the greatest difference eventually between ancient and modern buildings will be due to our modern machine-made glass. Glass, in any wide utilitarian sense, is new. Once a precious substance limited in quantity and size, glass and its making have grown so that a perfect clarity of any thickness, quality or dimension is so chap and desirable that our modern world is drifting toward structures...  Continue...  (Sweeney 211) Pp 11-16 0211.00.0402 0211.00.0216
1928
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Architectural Record - August 1928 (Two Copies) Wright, Frank Lloyd In The Cause of Architecture: VII. The Meaning of Materials - Concrete  (Sweeney 212) PP 98-104 0212.00.0101 0212.00.0402
1928
Architectural Record - October 1928 (Published monthly by Dodge Corporation, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "In Cause of Architecture: VIII Sheet Metal and a Modern Instance. The machine is at its best when rolling, cutting, stamping or folding whatever may be fed into it. Mechanical movements are narrowly limited unless built up like the timer of a Corliss engine or like a linotype. The movements easiest of all are rotary, next, the press or hammer, and the lift and slide works together with either or both. In these we have pretty much the powers of the "Brute." But infinite are the...  Continue...  (Sweeney 213) Pp 334-342 0213.00.0402 0213.00.0216
1928
Architectural Record - December 1928 (Bound Volume) Frank Lloyd Wright In The Cause of Architecture: IX. The Terms  (Sweeney 214) Pp 507-514 0214.00.0402
1928

The Western Architect - January 1928 (Published monthly by The Western Architect, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota) (Incomplete copy.)
Morgan, Charles L.; McLean, Robert Craig Page 4-8: Test on page 4: "Of interest: Beginning with this issue a regular monthly feature in the Western Architect will be the appearance of groups of sketches by some of the most outstanding architects and artists in the profession. In this issue we have presented four from the folio of Charles L Morgan. These are taken from the large group of sketches he made on his trip through Europe or year or so ago." Robert Craig McLean. Page 5: "Barcelona Wharf. From the original etching by Charles L. Morgan...  Continue... Pp 5-8, Plate 9-10 0215.25.0319
1929
1929
Architectural Record - April 1929 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corporation, New York) Mumford, Lewis Book Review: Frank Lloyd Wright and the New Pioneers, Hitchcock, Paris, 1928. "This monograph on Frank Lloyd Wright has the honor of being the first of a series on the masters of contemporary architecture; and, as everyone knows who is familiar with the history of modern architecture in America and Europe, the honor is well deserved. The writer, however, is not a Frenchman, but an American, Mr. Henry-Russell Hitchcock – a fact which possibly testifies to the...  Continue... (Sweeney 202) Pp 414-416 0202.00.0221
1929
Architectural Record - May 1929 Wright, Frank Lloyd; Fiske, Kimball Includes a letter written by Wright to Kimball about Kimball’s book "American Architecture" and his letter to Wright in response (Pg 434).  (Sweeney 216) Pp 431-4 0216.00.0502
1929
Architectural Record - May 1929 Hitchcock, Henry-Russell, Jr. Foreign Periodicals. Reviewed by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Jr. Architectural Magazines published in Holland. Hitchcock reviews Wendingen and mentions the Wright series that was later published in book form. Pp 520 0216.01.0502
1929
Architectural Record - July 1929 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp, New York) Anonymous "The Arizona-Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona. Albert Chase McArthur, Architect... Throughout the effort of the architect has been to design in the spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright’s concepts of harmonizing the building with the terrain, of bringing out the inherent natural qualities of the materials used in the construction... On the architect’s invitation, Mr. Wright came to Arizona and all the technical details for the use of the concrete block type of construction were worked...  Continue... (Sweeney 217) Pp 19-56 0217.00.0112
1929
Time - October 7, 1929 Art Section Genius, Inc. (Notice of Frank Lloyd Wright’s incorporation  (Sweeney 219) Pp 45-6 0219.00.0601
1929
Country Life - May 1929 (Published monthly by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "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...  Continue... (Sweeney 224) Pp 40-41 0224.00.1118
1929 
Architectural Record - July 1929 (Published monthly by F. W. Dodge Corp, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd "Surface and Mass, - Again! A true announcement of the law of creation, if a man were found worthy to declare it, would carry Art up into the Kingdom of Nature and destroy its separate and contrasted existence. A wise and noble countryman of mine said that. I listened before entering an Architect’s office and have faithfully worked to be worthy to make that declaration here where Architecture was the game of a rude and youthful people and not the labor of a...  Continue...  (Sweeney 225) Pp 92-94 0225.00.0112
1929
Liberty - March 23, 1929 Wright, Frank Lloyd "Taliesin: The Chronicle of a House with a Heart." (Sweeney 226) Pp Cover 8 21-2 24 26-9 0226.00.0904
1929
The Larkin Idea - August 1929 (A Monthly Magazine for Larkin Secretaries, Published by the Larkin Co. Inc., Buffalo, NY) Anonymous Front and back cover printed in four-color. This issue continues to use the Larkin Building mast-head (p3) which includes the Larkin Administration Building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. 5.3 x 8.3 Pp 24 0228.25.0914
 
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