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2020
Arizona Highways - November 2020 (Published monthly by the Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona) 1) Editor: Stieve, Robert 3) Pielage, Andrew 4) Knoor, Chels 5) Kida, Jeff; Wright, Frank Lloyd; Stieve, Robert 6) Cheek... This issue has a number of articles related to Frank Lloyd Wright. 1) My Mom lives next door to the Ringling Mansion... Many years later, I got the chance, but by then, my interest in Ringlings was eclipsed by the allure of Frank Lloyd Wright. Living in Arizona..." 2) "Night Lights." Student shelter, at night, at Taliesin West. 3) "Q&A: Andrew Pielage." Photographer Andrew Pielage answers questions. Photograph of the David Wright House. 4) Raymond Carlson House, photographed by Mark Boisclair. "The... Continued...

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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2020 Vol. 31 No. 1 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Managing Editor: Abbott, Gabby 1) Wright, Frank Lloyd 2) Graff, Stuart 3) Ruehle-Ray, Heidi 4) Weil, Zarine 5) Hewson... Special double cover. Unesco World Heritage: The 20th Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. 1) Individuality Undefiled. 2) The Work Shall Grow. 3) Unity Temple. 4) Frederick C. Robie House. 5) Taliesin. 6) Hollyhock House. 7) Fallingwater. 8) Herbert and Katherine Jacobs House. 9) Taliesin West. 10) Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. 11) Activity: Abstracting Wright. 12) Shop. 13) Supporter Spotlight, Vernon and Cille Swaback. 14) Wright Sites. Includes 63 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 48 2020.11.0721
2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2020 Vol. 31 No. 2 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: Goodman, Jeff 1) Graff, Stuart 2) Gray, Jennifer 3) Wright, Frank Lloyd 4) Gray, Jennifer 5) Rahmani... The Basis of Democracy: Frank Lloyd Wright on Community, Education, and Opportunity. 1) Letter From the President & CEO. 2) Letter From the Guest Editor. 3) The Art and Craft of the Machine. 4) Against "Knowledge Factories": Frank Loyd Wright on Learning and Democracy. 5) The Highest Form of Aristocracy. 6) Frank Lloyd Wright and Affordable Housing. 7) Frank Lloyd Wright Store. 8) Organic... (Quote). 9) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News. 10) Activity: Exploring Usonia. 11) Supporter Spotlight... Continued... Pp 48 2020.12.0721
2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2020 Vol. 31 No. 3 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: Goodman, Jeff 1) Graff, Stuart 2) Goodman, Jeff 3) Wright, Frank Lloyd 4) Rhoades, Rebecca L.; Renderings by David... Unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright: For the Benefit of the People. 1) Letter From the President & CEO. 2) Letter From the Guest Editor. 3) Oasis: Plan for Arizona State Capital. 4) A Capital Controversy. 5) Adding a Wright to the Collection: The Huntington Hartford Play Resort & Sports Club. 6) Something That Belong to Them. The Rosenwald School Project. 7) A Vision Realized: Marion County Civic Center. 8) Frank Loyd Wright Store. 9) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News. 10) Activity: Design Your States Capitol... Continued... Pp 48 2020.13.0721
2020
House Beautiful - Jan/Feb 2020 (Published by Hearst, New York) Keller, Hadley Restoration of the Celeste and Socrates Zaferios Residence, Blauvelt, New York. (1961 - S.410). This was one of Marshall Erdman's Prefabricated homes #1. Rewriting History. It's every architecture lover's dream: You're strolling through real estate websites and stumble upon a Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian house, still inhabited by its original owners, in virtually the same condition it was when Wright approve the plans almost 60 years ago. "Being the cynical New Yorker, I didn't believe it at first," laughs... Continued... Pp 4, 66-73 2020.01.0120
2020
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 8, No 1. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Brewer, Gregory M. Rediscovering Frank Lloyd Wright's Roloson Houses and the Unbuilt Roloson Apartments. Publisher's Description: "In 1894, Robert W. Roloson commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a group of houses to be built on Calumet Avenue near 32nd Street in Chicago. The four adjacent row houses were completed early the following year. Roloson returned to Wright several years later for plans to expand and convert the houses to apartments. Working drawings were completed, but Roloson chose not to proceed... Continued... Pp 64 2020.21.0422
2020
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 8, No 2. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Henning, Randolph C.; Statements by the Architect, Client, Contractor, and Critic Rio Roca Chapel & Chapel House. Rio Roca Ranch, Texas :: 2008 - 2010. Publisher's Description: "The Rio Roca Chapel & Chapel House project located near Graford, Texas, was designed by the Fayetteville, Arkansas architect Maurice Jennings in 2008. It is unquestionably a contemporary example of the growth of an organic architecture that flowered from the seed of Louis Sullivan, the roots of Frank Lloyd Wright, and the stem of E. Fay Jones. The lineage is unmistakable; the result extraordinarily... Continued... Pp 36 2020.22.0422
2020
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 8, No 3. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Smith, Kathryn Frank Lloyd Wright's Freeman House. Publisher's Description: "In 1923, Frank Lloyd Wright invented the textile block system in Los Angeles. Yet by 1925, he had completed only three residences in Hollywood utilizing the 16-inch square concrete blocks. The least known, the Samuel and Harriet Freeman House, is, perhaps, the most important of the three as it exhibits innovations Wright re-introduced in the mid-1930s to revive his career. This issue explores the clients, the design and... Continued... Pp 80 2020.23.0422
2020
Kelleher's Stamp Collector's Quarterly - 3rd Quarter, 2020 (Published Quarterly by Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions, Danbury, CT) Groten, Arthur H. "Wartime Survivor! Tokyo's Amazing Imperial Hotel, Jewel of the Orient. One of the most fabled hotels in the world was the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo and - beloved by all photographers - one of the most photographed buildings of the 20th century. It was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright who is arguably the finest American born architect of the 20th century. His long career produced several distinct styles of buildings. His earliest work was done in and around Chicago under the tutelage of Louis Sullivan... Continued... Pp 60-69 2020.18.1221
2020

SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Spring 2020 Volume 11 Issue 1 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago)
1) Perkins, Scott W.   2) Waggoner, Lynda   4-12) Longstreth, Richard   13) Morris, Stephen.   14) Ellin, Phyllis   15) Gordon... Wright on the World Heritage List. Special Edition.   1) Welcome, Guest Editor.   2) Wright on the World Heritage List..   3) A History of the Wright World Heritage Nomination.   4) Justifying World Heritage Inscription.   5) Unity Temple.   6) Frederick C. Robie House.   7) Taliesin.   8) Hollyhock House.   9) Fallingwater.   10) Herbert and Katherine Jacobs House.   11) Taliesin West.   12) Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.   13) Why World Heritage Matters.   14) Monitoring a World... Continued... Pp 48 2020.16.1021
2020
SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Winter 2020 Volume 11 Issue 2 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Henderson, Chuck  
2) Scherubel, Ron   3) Gunther, Justin 4) Hasse, Anne; Johnson, Sally; Buhr, Lisa...
Saving Wright Now.   1) President's Message. An Unexpected Year.   2) Editor's Message. Looking Back and Looking Forward.   3) Reserving Wright in a Time of Change.   4) 15 Years of "Breaking the Box" at Wakanda Elementary.   5) Wright in the 21st Century: Passing the Baton to the Next Generation of Preservationists.   6) Profiles in Preservation Funding.   7) Record Sales Herald New Era of Homeowner Stewardship.   8) The Restoration and Sale of the Kalil House.   9) Executive Director's Letter... Continued... Pp 26 2020.17.1121
2020
The New Criterion - December 2020 (Published monthly by The Foundation for Cultural Review, Inc., New York) Alofsin, Anthony "A scheme of terraces. When the Arizona Biltmore Hotel opened in February 1929, Frank Lloyd Wright unexpectedly ran into Harold McCormick. The chance meeting resulted in one of Wright's more unusual unexecuted designs, one that eventually influenced others. Twenty years earlier, Wright had designed a grand, unbuilt estate on the edge of Lake Michigan for McCormick and his first wife. But in Arizona in 1929, McCormick was in the company of a young woman called Elizabeth... Continued... Pp 21-26 2020.24.0424
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2021
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2021 Vol. 32 No. 1. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Managing Editor: Goodman, Jeff 1) Goodman, Jeff 2) Wright, Frank Lloyd 3) Taylor, Alan 4) Sikora, Steve 5) Bradley, Richard... The Space Within. 1) Letter from the Editor. 2) From the Natural House. 3) Transcendent Design. 4) Master of the Void. 5) Living in Brilliance. 5) Ahead of the Curve. 6) Within Your Own Home. 7) Poetry, Emotion, & Architecture. 8) Strength of Character and Clarity of Vision. 9) Annual Report: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation's Resilience in 2020 and Beyond. 10) Supporter Spotlight. 11) 13) Wright Sites Open to the Public. Includes 55 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11. Pp 48 2021.01.0321
2021
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2021 Vol. 32 No. 2. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-In-Chief: Goodman, Jeff  1) Graff, Stuart 2) Mendelsohn, Ashley 3) Winkler, Kathrine; Goetsch... Hers Is A Good Spirit Here: Wo0men Workining With Frank Lloyd Wright. 1) Letter from the President and CEO. 2) Letter From the Guest Editor. 3) The Idiosyncrasy Letter. 4) Heaven Within Reach, Goetsch-Winckler House. 5) The Groundbreaking Women of the Oak Park and Taliesin Years. 6) Nobu Tsuchiura, The First Female Architect in Japan. 7) A Powerful Brand. Marion Mahony's Original Form of Graphic Reorientation. 8) The Women Leading The Wright Legacy into the Future. 9) Shop... Continued... Pp 48 2021.04.0621
2021
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2021 Vol. 32 No. 3. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-In-Chief: Goodman, Jeff 1) Graff, Stuart 2) Lautner, Judith   3) Lautner, John 4) Olsberg, Nicholas   5) Daniels... Growing And Living: John Lautner and the Legacy of Organic Architecture.  1) Letter from the President and CEO.   2) Letter from the John Lautner Foundation .   3) At Taliesin.   4) Ideas of the Real. An except from "Between Earth and Heaven."   5) Transendental Spaces: Frank Lloyd Wright & John Lautner Through My Lens.   6) Lost Angeles: Architect Frank Escher describes the meticulous process of restoring John Lautner's L.S. Designs.   7) Seven Questions for John Nautner From the Taliesin Fellowship... Continued... Pp 48 2021.22.0921
2021
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2021 Vol. 32 No. 4. (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-In-Chief: Goodman, Jeff 1) Graff, Stuart 2) Grey, Jennifer   3) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Foreword by Jennifer... Unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright: Broadacre City, Everywhere or Nowhere.   1) Letter from the President and CEO.   2) Letter from the Guest Editor.   3) Excerpts From The Disappearing City.   4) Broadacre 101.   5) Broadacre City, Today.   6) Building Broadacre. Jennifer Gray in Conversation with David Romero.   7) Driving Into The Future.   8) Creating a Wonderful Day in the Neighborhood.   9) Drawing Your Own Masterpiece.   10) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation News.   11) Culture of Philanthropy... Continued... Pp 48 2021.23.1221
2021
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 9, No 1. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Scott, William B. Jr.; McCowan, Gary; De Long, David Eric Lloyd Wright: From Generation to Generation. Publisher's Description: "Eric Lloyd Wright - son of Lloyd Wright and grandson of Frank Lloyd Wright - is an architect of rare pedigree and a creative force in his own right. Eric is a sincerely genial and generous person. He appears often in various local and national publications - having been interviewed about his family countless times. His advocacy for organic architecture as developed by his grandfather has been second to none. However, very... Continued... Pp 64 2021.29.0422
2021
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 9, No 2. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) 1) Hertzberg, Mark Publisher's Description: "Al Krescanko was one of those quiet guys who said he was just doing his job when he photographed Frank Lloyd Wright some 60 years ago, but several of his insightful 1957 candid photos of the master architect have been published in at least two landmark books about Wright. Yet, Krescanko's byline has remained largely unknown. Among photographers of Frank Lloyd Wright, it has less name recognition than the work of Pedro Guerrero, Ezra Stoller, Balthazar Korab... Continued... Pp 40 2021.12.1021
2021
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Volume 9, No 3. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc., Oak Park, IL) Smith, Kathryn Frank Lloyd Wright at the Fine Arts Building. Publisher's Description: "Between 1898-1918, the period known as the Chicago Renaissance, the Fine Arts Building was central to an artistic evolution from the Victorian era to the emergence of modernism. It was during this major period of creative activity that Frank Lloyd Wright was interwoven with the history of the Fine Arts Building. The discussion of Wright and the Fine Arts Building usually begins and ends with the four interiors he designed between... Continued... Pp 76 2021.24.1221
2021
Michigan History - January/February 2021 (Published six times a year by the Historical Society of Michigan, Lansing, Michigan) Smith, Stephen W. "Wright Here in Michigan's Twin Cities. During the 1950s, three pioneering community members of Michigan's Twin Cities - Benton Harbor and St. Joseph - brought the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright to the state to design three houses. More than six decades after Wright's death in 1959, his stamp on the Twin Cities endures." Article includes historical information on the Anthony, Harper and Schultz houses. Also includes is a section on the Snow Flake Hotel. Includes seven photographs. Original cover price $6.95. 8.25 x 10.75 Pp 30-34 2021.03.0421
2021
SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Fall 2021 Volume 12 Issue 1 (Published semi-annually by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Henderson, Chuck   2) Gray, Jennifer   3) Paine, Ashley   4) Bible, Ann   5) Perkins, Scott W.   6) Ren, Yuan   7) Gray... Wright on Exhibit.   1) President's Message. On Stewardship.   2) Editor's Message. Wright on Exhibit.   3) The Wright House Museum: Mediated Encounters with Frank Lloyd Wright's Domestic Architecture.   4) Wright in Manchester.   5) "A Spirited and Fress Little Building," Fallingwater's Visitors Center at 40.   6) From Garage to Gift Shop: The Preservation of Frank Lloyd Wright's Early Residential Garage.   7) Private to Public: Homeowners on Opening Their Houses to Visitors.   8) Living and Working... Continued... Pp 22 2021.13.1121
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2022
Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy 2022 Annual Report (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago, Illinois) Exec Dir: Gordon, Barbara 1) Overview of 2022.   2) Active Advocacy Cases in 2022.   3) Education.   4) Preservation / Technical Services.   5) 2022 Board of Directors.   6) Audited Financials.   7) Thanks to Our 2022 Donors.   8) Legacy Circle in Donor Profiles.   9) Wright on the Market. Includes 17 Photographs. 8.5 X 11 Pp 12 2022.24.1223
2022
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2022 Vol. 33 No. 2 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: Lilly, Adrian   1) Graff, Stuart   2) Lubello, Sam   3) Browning, Bill   4) Beatley, Tim   5) Safdie, Moshe... Outside In: Cultivating Biophilia In Design.   1) Letter from the President & CEO.   2) Letter from the Guest Editor.   3) Nature: The Soul of Design. Why Do We Love Being in Frank Lloyd Wright's Buildings? Nature in the Space. Natural Analogues. Nature of the Space.   4) Frank Lloyd Wright, Biophilic Urbanism.   5) Thoughts on Biophilia.   6) The Green Walls Become the World.   7) Bringing the Outside In.   8) Preservation Matters.   9) Friend of the Foundation. Spotlight on Raymond Neutra.   10) Timeless... Continued... Pp 48 2022.06.0622
2022
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2022 Vol. 33 No. 3 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: Lilly, Adrian   1) Graff, Stuart   2) Lilly, Adrian   3) Matero, Frank G.   4) Cohan, Colin   5) Lockard, Mijana... Learning by Doing: Taliesin and Taliesin West Continue the Hands-On Tradition.   1) Letter from the President & CEO.   2) Letter from the Editor.   3) All Things Useful and Ornamental.    4) Midway Barn: The Crossroads of Tradition, Ambition, and Functionality.   5) Out of the Ground, and into the Light, A Child of the Sun. Design of the Earth Progressivist Education.   6) The Taliesin Institute.   7) Learning Today at Taliesin West.   8) Exhibitions: Sacred Spaces, at Taliesin West: Friday, October 14... Continued... Pp 48 2022.07.0922
2022
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2022 Vol. 33 No. 4 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Editor-in-Chief: Lilly, Adrian   1) Graff, Stuart   2) Athitakis, Mark   3) Miles, Vernon   4) McNamee, Gregory   5) Athitakis... Unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright Skyscrapers. Trees That Escaped the Forest.   1) Letters from the President & CEO.   2) Letters from the Guest Editor.   3) The Battle of Crystal City, Wright in  the Fate of Mixed-Use Urban Design and Washington, D.C.   4) Humanities Ambition. The Illinois: Wright's, 528-Story Dream Building.   5) Organicism, Inside - Out. A Conversation with Joseph M. Siry.   6) Wright, Sullivan, and the National Life Insurance Building.   7) The Skyscraper Regulation Project. Excerpted From... Continued... Pp 48 2022.08.1222
2022
Friends of Fallingwater - Number 34 - Spring 2022 (Published semi-annually by The Friends of Fallingwater and the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, PA) Friends of Fallingwater 1) Archival Records Tell Stories of Fallingwater. 2) Informing Fallingwater's Decorative and Fine Arts. 3) Informing Building Preservation. 4) World Heritage Preserved, A Campaign for the Future of Fallingwater. 5) Building Fallingwater. 6) Artist Charles Lutz Presents Installation at Fallingwater. 7) Collection Spotlight: Landscape 1. 8) The Essence of Fallingwater. 7.5 x 13.25 Pp 8 2022.20.0623
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Friends of Fallingwater - Number 35 - Fall 2022 (Published semi-annually by The Friends of Fallingwater and the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, PA) Friends of Fallingwater 1) Preserving a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A Three-Year Major Preservation Effort Begins at Falling Water. 2) Touchstone: A Half Century of Craft. 3) A Lifelong Collection to Falling Water. 4) From the Collection. 7.5 x 13.25 Pp 8 2022.21.0623
2022
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Vol 10, No 1. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc.) Guest Editor: Henning, Randolph C.; Essay: Meyer, Katie Pierce The Work of Mackie and Kamrath: Organic Architecture in Texas. Publisher's Description: Karl Kamrath (1911-1988) grew up in Austin, Texas and earned his Bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Texas at Austin in 1934. His early career was spent in Chicago but he moved back to Texas in 1937 and became a partner in the firm of MacKie and Kamrath, one of the first Houston firms credited with creating modern architecture. Kamrath had  an opportunity to meet Frank Lloyd Wright... Continued... Pp 43 2022.10.0422
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Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Vol 10, No 2. (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc.) Guest Advisor: Henning, Randolph C.; Essay: Hammons, Mark Arthur Dyson's Hilton Residence: Paradise by the Sea. Publisher's Description: "The Autumn 2022 issue of the Journal OA+D features one of architect Arthur Dyson's most exceptional works, The Hilton Residence, along with a primer of his career in organic architecture. Working under the auspices of three major figures of American Architecture - Frank Lloyd Wright, William Gray Purcell, and Bruce Goff - and across more than five decades of  professional practice, Art Dyson has remained... Continued... Pp 52 2022.11.0722
2022
Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Vol 10, No 3. 2022 (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc.) Smith, Kathryn Frank Lloyd Wright’s Walker House, Carmel:: Publisher’s Description: “Between 1898-1918, the period known as the Chicago Renaissance, the Fine Arts Building was central to an artistic evolution from the Victorian era to the emergence of modernism.
       The Mrs. Clinton Walker House (1948-52), Carmel, California, is the only Frank Lloyd Wright residence built next to an ocean. It not only overlooks Carmel Bay, but the front prow extends into the ocean at high tide. The juxtaposition between stone... Continued...
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - 2022 Volume 13 Issue 1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) 1) Henderson, Chuck  
2) Klingner, Leslie  
3) Murphy, Keiran  
4) Enck, Christopher   5) Sikora, Steve...
Wright on Kitchens.   1) President's Message. The importance of the Workspace.   2) Editor's Message: Wright on Kitchens.   3) Wright's own Kitchen at Taliesin.   4) Embracing the Intact: The Kitchen of the Kathryn and Lloyd Lewis House.   5) The Loss and Recovery of the Wiley House Kitchen.   6) The J. Alfred and Muriel Sweeton House Kitchen, 1950/2012.   7) My Favorite Room.   8) A Resource for Building Stewards.   9) Susan Jacob, Jacobs Lockhart, 1934-2022. Includes 38 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 18 2022.12.1222
2022
Wisconsin Natural Resources - Summer 2022 (Published quarterly by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison, Wisconsin) Kahler, Kathryn A. Instep with Nature. Historic Wright-designed Cottage Has Inspired Visitors for Three Decades. Nestled in the pines overlooking south central Wisconsin's Mirror Lake is a tiny cottage with a sizeable and storied past. What began as a young man's romantic dream, snuffed by tragedy, has been renewed by a cadre of volunteers whose dedication has inspired more than 15,000 visitors from across the globe. This year marks the 30th year of renewal for the Seth Peterson Cottage, one of the last homes designed by... Continued... Pp 40-41 2022.22.1023
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2023
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Spring 2023 Vol. 34 No. 1 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1 & 2) Elias, Megan   3) Kinchin, Juliet; Ro, Ha Leem;   4) Rahmani, Ayad   5) Douglass, Chris   6) Wright, Frank Lloyd... Food and Fellowship: Growing, Eating, and Learning.   1) Letter from the Guest Editor.   2) The Food Voice of Taliesin.   3) Growing and Learning.   4) Food and the Moral Philosophy of Frank Lloyd Wright.. 5) Taliesin Cook Book.   6) Breakfast at Taliesin.   7) A Wedding Tradition Is Born. The Imperial Hotel and the Earthquake of 1923.  8) Food and Festivities. . 9) Building a Tablescape.   10) 2022 Annual Report. Includes 71 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 48 2023.17.0323
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Summer 2023 Vol. 34 No. 2 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Graff, Stuart   2) Lubell, Sam   3) Hess, Alan   4) Lerner, Jesse   5) Chusid, Jeffrey F.   6) Weintraub, Richard... A Simmering Robe: The Art of Textile Blocks.   1) Letter from the President and Ceo.   2) Letter From the Guest Editor.   3) Frank Lloyd Wright's Textile Blocks.   4) The Textile Block Houses of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Mayan Revival.   5) The Roots and Surprising Variety of Textile Blocks.   6) What it Takes. The Daunting Challenge of Rviving Wright’s Freeman House.   7) In the Cause of Architecture. The Meaning of Materials - Concrete.   8) Molding a Legacy. New Ennis House Planter.   9) From Wright's... Continued... Pp 48 2023.18.0423
2023
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Fall 2023 Vol. 34 No. 3 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Graff, Stuart   2) Nute, Kevin   3) Siry, Joseph   4) Oshima, Ken Tadashi   5) Severns, Karen   6) Nute, Kevin... Harmonizing Contradiction. The Imperial Hotel: Bridging Ancient and Modern.  1) Letter from the President and Ceo.  2) Letter From the Guest Editor.   3) Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel and the Great Kanto Earthquake.   4) The Nature of Oya Stone at the Imperial Hotel   5) A Triumph of Cross-cultural Collaboration.   6) Deciphering the Imperial.   7) American Icons: Wright & O'keeffe   8) The Nature of Materials   9) A Touch of Japan.   10) Designing a Bold Future. Includes 61 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 11 Pp 48 2023.19.0923
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Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly - Winter 2023 Vol. 34 No. 4 (Published quarterly by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) 1) Graff, Stuart   2) Prudon, Theo  3) McCarter, Robert   4) Oshima, Ken   5) Bhagat, Shalini Venugopal   6) Pires,.. Unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright: A World of Influence.   1) Letter from the President and Ceo.   2) Letter From the Guest Editor.   3) Ernst Wasmuth vs Ernest Wasmuth.   4) Reimagining the Odawara Hotel.   5) The Calico Mills Store.   6) Raul Bailleres House.   7) Exhibitions: Wright’s Imperial Hotel at 100: Frank Lloyd Wright and the World.   8) Tony Vaccaro: A Life Without Borders.   9) Warp and Weft: Fiber Art At Taliesin.   10) University of Chicago: From Detail to City at Taliesin.   11) A Day at Taliesin   12) Take the Frank... Continued... Pp 48
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Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Vol 11, No 1. 2023 (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc.) Schiffner, Charles Robert Charles Robert Schiffner, From Furniture to Freeways :: Publisher’s Description: “This double-sized issue is a long-overdue monograph on the life and creative work of architect and Taliesin Fellow, Charles Robert Schiffner.
       Joining Taliesin in 1968, Schiffner proceeded to contribute to the work underway by the Taliesin Associated Architects on projects throughout the 1970s and early 1980s. This included his celebrated work on "The House of the Future" in Ahwatukee near Chandler, AZ, as well as several... Continued...
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Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Vol 11, No 2. 2023 (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc.) Smith, Kathryn Imperial Hotel, 100 Objects For 100 Years :: Publisher’s Description: “Triple-sized issue. 2023 marks the 100th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel and this issue of the *Journal of Organic Architecture + Design* spotlights Wright's lost masterpiece. Kathryn Smith — noted architectural historian and an expert on Wright's lost hotel — curates the publication by exploring "100 Objects For 100 Years," as selected from the vast amount of material held in the OA+D Archives collections... Continued... Pp 120 2023.13.0224
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Journal of Organic Architecture & Design - Vol 11, No 3. 2023 (Published three times a year by OAD Archives, Inc.) Davison, Celeste; Scott, William B. Jr. Good Son of Taliesin :: The Life and Work of Allen Lape Davison. Publisher’s Description: “This issue is a long-overdue monograph on the life and creative work of architect and Taliesin Apprentice, Allen Lape Davison.
       Joining Taliesin in 1938, Frank Lloyd Wright soon saw that "Davy" was an especially talented delineator, responsible for the origination of the dramatic night scenes of several Wright projects. Davison also differentiated himself as a creative powerhouse with his "box projects" given... Continued...
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SaveWright, Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - 2023 Volume 14 Issue 1 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Chicago) Guest Editor: Schrenk, Lisa D.   1) Henderson, Chuck   2) Schrenk, Lisa D.   3) Ginzky, Kirsten E.   4) Gray, Jennifer   5) Hartzell... 1) The Progressive Context of Wright's Early Career.   2) The Progressive City: Chicago.   3) Social and Mechanical Intercourse: Wright, Hull House, and the Progessive Spirit.   4) Hull-House Maps and Papers.   5) Progressive Reform in Architecture: From Settlement Houses to School Buildings.   6) A Progressive Interpretation of a Progressive Building: The Abraham Lincoln Centre.   7) The Bagleys: Important Early Clients of Frank Lloyd Wright.   8) Advocacy is a Team Effort: Saving the Bagley House... Continued... Pp 18 2023.16.1223
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Shepherd Express Magazine - April 2023 (Published monthly by Shepherd Express Magazine, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.) Julson, Sheila "Exploring Frank Lloyd Wright's Burnham Block. Wisconsin's own Frank Lloyd Wright's renowned architectural works include homes, offices, churches, hotels and public structures. His signature prairie style homes, with clean lines, straight angles and creative use of space, were outside-the-box for the post-Victoria era in which they were designed. Six Wright homes-two single-family, and four two-family duplexes - still stand on the 2700 block of west Burn-ham Street. They are American System-Built homes... Continued... Pp 50, 52 2023.04.0723
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The New Yorker - May 8, 2023 (Published weekly by Conde Nast, a division of Advanced Magazine Publishers, Inc., New York.) Louison, Cole "At The Museum. At any given time, the Guggenheim may host Kandinskys, Picassos, Pollocks, Mondrians, or af Klints, but the first thing that any visitor who isn't too boring to admit it thinks about is the ramp, and how much fun it would be to roll down. Frank Lloyd Wright imagined the museum's six-story helix as "a curving wave that never breaks." The building opened in 1959, the same year that the Roller Derby Skate Board debuted. And yet, for the next six decades, perhaps owing to a sense of decorum, or to... Continued... Pp 17 2023.05.0923
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The Objective Standard - Winter 2023-2024 - (Published quarterly by Glen Allen Press, LLC. Glen Allen, VA) Sandefur, Timothy Frank Lloyd Wright: Rebel Architect. The story goes that Frank Lloyd Wright was once summoned to testify in a lawsuit. When he took the witness stand, a lawyer asked what his occupation was. He answered, "I am the world's greatest architect." Afterwards, his embarrassed wife told him he should be more modest. "You forget," he replied. "I was under oath." The remark was characteristic of Wright's sly sense of humor, but he wasn't really joking. He knew that in a career lasting some seventy years, he had... Continued... Pp 11-65 2023.11.0124
 
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