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FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT FOUNDATION
 
Date: 1933

Title: The Taliesin Fellowship (Published by the Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, Wisconsin) Pages appear to be backed with rice paper.

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd; Taliesin Fellowship

Description: A prospectus and original application for The Taliesin Fellowship, dated January 1, 1933. Includes a list of Charter Applicants. "The Taliesin Fellowship is and extension of architecture at Taliesin to the architecture of music sculpture and painting by way of agriculture manufacture and building to include seventy apprentices and seven... Frank Lloyd Wright, together with a leader who will be in residence with the apprentices, for resident associates, a technical research man in structural engineering, a sculptor, a painter and the musician together with a group of seventy qualified apprentices, carefully chosen for the work to be done and seven honor apprentices, paying no tuition, selected by the fellowship for qualifications of leadership. This group assisted in the workshops by three technical research man, trained engineers in industry, will constitute the membership of the fellowship..." Prospectus consists of three double-folded leaves (French-folded) printed one side only to form twelve pages including cover, plus two single-folded leaves printed one side only, "Application for Fellowship" and "Charter Applicants." Includes seven illustrations. (First Edition) (Sweeney 2035)

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 16

S#:
2035.00.0817
   

Left: Page 5 - The Dining Room (top), The Draughting Room (bottom).

Right: Page 6 - Aerial view of the Taliesin Fellowship complex.
   

Left: Page 11 - The Taliesin Fellowship plot plan.

Right: Page 12 - The Theatre.
   

Left: Page 15 - The Studios.

Right: Page 16 - The Dining Room. The Taliesin Tea Room.
   
Back, with flap that forms envelope
Date: 1933

Title: The Taliesin Fellowship, December 1933

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin Fellowship

Description: Envelope addressed to Alfonso Iannelli, The Iannelli Studio, Park Ridge, Illinois.  Envelope is formed by flap that wraps around the front.  (Notice 1 1/2 cent stamp.)  (First Edition) (Sweeney 2036)

Size:

Pages: Pp 15

S#: 2036.00.0599

   
Date: 2003 Version

Title: The Taliesin Fellowship

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Facsimile of 1933 Version by Taliesin Fellowship, Taliesin West.  One difference is that this does not have the address flap for mailing.  Includes mailing envelope.

Size:

Pages: Pp 15

ST#: 2073.02.0404

   



Date: 1934

Title: Letter to William Dicus Bayley from Taliesin Fellowship. (Printed on Taliesin Fellowship letterhead. The design for the letterhead consisted of a horizontal line extending one-half inch past the fold. Two square dots, one past the end of the horizontal line, and one equally spaced below the end of it. Centered on the fold below is the Taliesin Fellowship logo, a variation of Frank Lloyd Wright red square. All printed in red. The logo was used throughout the first two prospectuses (S#2035 & 2036.) Printed on beige stock with the "Strathmore Envoy" watermark.)

Description: Text of letter: "W.D. Bailey: 234 E. Cassilly Street: Springfield: Ohio (Typed in Red). Dear Mr. Bailey: In case the notice concerning subscription to Taliesin's new monograph should not have reached you -- here is another: hoping you will yourself subscribe and perhaps interest a friend to fill out the first one we sent to you -- in case you still have it. Sincerely yours, the Taliesin Fellowship. Taliesin (Red). Spring Green: Wisconsin. April 16 (1934)." In 1932, Frank Lloyd Wright formed the Taliesin Fellowship with twenty-three apprentices who came to live, learn and work at Taliesin, in Spring Green. Bayley’s father, William Bayley, moved to Springfield in 1875 and was a prominent and influential figure in the civic and
industrial development of this city. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland on July 28 1845. On February 21, 1871 he married Mary E. Dicus. They had four sons: William D., Guy D., Lee and Elden, and one daughter, Mary. He formed The William Bayley Co., a national designer, engineer and manufacturer of commercial windows with offices in Springfield, Chicago, New York and Washington. He also was a designer and engineer and held a number of patents. His eldest son, William Dicus Bayley, recipient of this letter, followed in his father’s footsteps, became president of his father’s company, and also held a number of patents, one with his father. Although he never commissioned Wright to design a home, he must have been acquainted with Wright, hence this letter. He was also possibly familiar with the Burton Westcott Residence, Springfield, Ohio (1904 - S.099).

Size: 10.5 x 8.4 folded to 5.25 x 8.4.

S#:
2037.01.0618


   
Date: 1934

Title: Announcement. Taliesin Announces plans to publish the monograph "Taliesin" tri-weekly, seventeen times a year. (Published by The Taliesin Fellowship. Printed on the same stock and ink (red and black) as the prospectus "The Taliesin Fellowship," 1933 (S#2036).

Description: Text of announcement included in letter to Bayley: "Taliesin is planning to issue a characteristic monogram in text and pictures portraying the work and ideals of the Taliesin Fellowship. The publication will be somewhat in the format of this prospectus, doubled in content and will be mailed tri-weekly to subscribers. Seventeen numbers will make the yearly volume. Subscription five dollars per year. The work will be edited to present a specific view of the working out of the principles enunciated in this perspective. Each number will contain detailed plans, abstract designs and models of the work executed in the nature of materials in accord with those principles together with current news of events in the life of the Fellowship. Editorial matter related to the various arts and to social economics will appear from time to time. The first number will issue May 15, 1934. We hope that you are sufficiently interested in our work to become a subscriber to TALIESIN. By mailing a check for five dollars payable to Frank Lloyd Wright you will receive the magazine in due course. The monograph TALIESIN will carry no advertising material." The Taliesin Fellowships first prospectus was dated January 1, 1933 and printed in black ink on white stock (S#2035). The second prospectus was dated December, 1933 and printed in red and black ink on beige stock (S#2036). Taliesin I, No. 1 (S#2037) was not dated but published in 1934. The cover read in part "Nine Times a Year." Unfortunately, it was not published seventeen or nine times a year. The next issue of Taliesin was published in October 1940, again as Taliesin 1, No. 1 (S#2040). Two copies.

Size: 8.5 x 4.25

S#:
2037.02.0618, 2037.03.0618
   
Date: 1934

Title: Notice. Notice related to the plans for publish the Taliesin Monograph. (Published by The Taliesin Fellowship. Printed on tissue paper.)

Description: Text of notice included in letter to Bayley: "Due to an unfortunate delay in printing, this announcement was not enclosed in the prospectus sent to you. Would you kindly send to us the names of any friends of yours who you think might be interested in subscribing to the monograph TALIESIN. We will be glad to send the prospectus to them with subscription blank enclosed.

Size: 8.5 x 2.75.

S#:
2037.04.0618
   
Date: 1934

Title: Taliesin, Volume 1, No 1. "Taliesin. Nine Times a Year. Frank Lloyd Wright, Editor. The Taliesin Fellowship Sole Contributor and Factor. No Copyright ----Advertising."

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd; de Fries, Heinrich; Papadaki, Stamo; Schubart, Pauline; Liang, Yen; Field, Dorothy Johnson; Tafel, Edgar A.

Description: Wright's intent with the publication was to publish it nine times a year. Needless to say, it was the only issue to be published at the time. Includes articles, photographs, illustrations, editorial, and Wright's "Four Organic Commandments" (see S.2057). Wright did not attempt to publish a second issue until 1940, when he decided to reinstitute the publication. It too was numbered Volume 1, No. 1 (S.2040). (First Edition) (Sweeney 2037)

Size:

Pages: Pp 27

S#: 2037.00.1000

   
Date: Circa 1939

Title: Taliesin (Published by The Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, Wisconsin)

Author: The Taliesin Fellowship

Description: A broadside describing Taliesin, the Taliesin Fellowship, the Taliesin Playhouse and its programs, an invitation to visitors to tour the buildings and attend the Playhouse programs, a list of Wrights books for sale, an illustration of Taliesin and a map of the Taliesin Complex. "Taliesin. Taliesin is the name because in Welsh tradition the word ‘Taliesin’ means ‘shining brow’ and was the name of the only British bard ever to sing the glories of fine arts: a Welsh name because of the Welsh ancestry of its master architect and owner – the founder and leader of the Taliesin Fellowship – Frank Lloyd Wright. The Taliesin Fellowship was established in the fall of 1932. It is not at all a school. Its work is culture, not education, and there is not curriculum..." Printed in two color on one side of a single sheet, folded twice into quarters.
(Sweeney 2039)

Size: 10.5 x 14.75 folded to 5.25 x 7.4

Pages: Pp 4

S#:
2039.00.0417
   
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Vol. 1 No 1 - Back

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Vol. 1 No 1 - Front

Date: 1940

Title: Taliesin. Taliesin Fellowship Publication, Frank Lloyd Wright, Editor. The New Frontier, Broadacre City. Taliesin Fellowship Publication, Frank Lloyd Wright, Editor." Vol. 1 No 1, October 1940. Published by the Taliesin Fellowship.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd; Nott, Stanley

Description: The New Frontier, Broadacre City. In reality this is actually No, 2. Wright's first attempt at this publication was in 1934 which he numbered Volume 1, No. 1 (S.2037). Broadacre city matter fills this issue. Modeling the city of the future to sight and touch has meant a search for a new cultural form to absorb our American energies plus enough machine leverage not only to live to better advantage but to better purpose. To the Taliesin Fellowship this effort seems greatly important. For five months the Fellowship devoted its energies to the models illustrated here and is refreshing them all for exhibition this coming November at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City. In this new conception of the city, architecture will be evident as structure, as we study architecture here at Taliesin... Taliesin publication of Taliesin Fellowship Vol. 1 No 1, October 1940. Published six times a year. $.50 a copy. Two copies. (First Edition) (Sweeney 2040)

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 38

S#: 2040.00.0300, 2040.00.0119

   

Vol. 1 No 2 - Back

Vol. 1 No 2 - Front

Date: 1941

Title: Taliesin, Vol. 1 No 2, February 1941. "Taliesin, The Taliesin Fellowship Publication. Frank Lloyd Wright Editor."

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd; Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd; Peters, William Westley; Masselink, Eugene; May, Robert Carroll; Goodrich, Burton J.; Nott, Stanley C.; Mosher, Robert

Description: In reality this is actually No, 3. Wright's first attempt at this publication was in 1934 which he numbered Volume 1, No. 1 (S.2037). Two Copies. (First Edition)  (Sweeney 2041)

Size:

Pages: Pp 34

S#: 2041.00.0702, 2041.00.0506

   
Date: Circa 1942-1943

Title: Taliesin Spring Green Letterhead Circa 1942-43.

Description: Stylized red square with vertical text: "Taliesin - Spring Green Wisconsin." Watermark: "Permanized Redemption Bond Rag Content." See Building The Pauson House, Green, 2011, p.34, 36, 48-49, 54, 68, 72-73, 77, 79, 1939-1941 for letterheads similar to this style. Similar to sample dated June 18, 1939, see Building The Pauson House, Green, 2011, p.21, 22, 24, 27, 31. Similar to Taliesin West letterhead dated April 16, 1942 (below). Also similar to letter dated January 2nd, 1943, with a solid red square. Both additional samples include the watermark: "Permanized Redemption Bond Rag Content." Acquired from the estate of David Henken. David Henken was a Taliesin apprentice from 1942 and 1943. David and his wife Priscilla Henken arrived at Taliesin on October 1, 1942, and according to Taliesin Diary, A Year With Frank Lloyd Wright, Henkin, 2012, stayed there one year. Possibly acquired when Henken was an apprentice at Taliesin from 1942-43.

Size: Horizontal letterhead 11 x 8.5.

S#:
0593.18.0818
   
   
 Left: Detail of Monogram design,

 Right: Sample of Taliesin West
 Letterhead dated April 16, 1942.
 Text reads "Taliesin West - Phoenix
 Arizona."
   
  Date: Circa 1942-1943

Title: Taliesin Spring Green Envelope Circa 1942-43.

Description: Vertical Envelope with partial solid red square and text: "Taliesin Spring Green Wisconsin. Contents: Printer’s Proof. This package may be opened for Postal Inspection if necessary." Acquired from the estate of David Henken. David Henken was a Taliesin apprentice from 1942 and 1943. David and his wife Priscilla Henken arrived at Taliesin on October 1, 1942, and according to Taliesin Diary, A Year With Frank Lloyd Wright, Henkin, 2012, stayed there one year. Possibly acquired when Henken was an apprentice at Taliesin from 1942-43. (Two copies)

Size: Vertical Envelope 9 x 12.

S#:
0593.19.0818, 0593.20.0819
   


Date: 1948

Title: Taliesin To Friends 1948-1949 (Published by the Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, Taliesin West, Phoenix)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: "Taliesin, To Friends 1948 - 1949. Love is the virtue of the Heart. Sincerity the virtue of the Mind. Decision the virtue of the Will. Courage the virtue of the Spirit.  The Organic Commandment." Printed on a single sheet, single side, folded twice. Printed in gold, burgundy and red ink on dark rose stock. Envelope with Red Square addressed to Mr. And Mrs. Carey Caraway. Postmarked Jan 8, 1949, Spring Green. Return address printed on envelope: Taliesin West, Phoenix, Arizona. This design was utilized again as a Christmas greeting by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in 1974. Acquired from the estate of Carey Caraway. (First Edition) (Sweeney 2057)

Size: 20.75 x 6.25 folded twice to 9.2 x 6.25

Pages: Pp 3

S#:
2057.00.1218
   
   
   
Date: 1948

Title: Taliesin To Friends 1948-1949 (Published by the Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, Taliesin West, Phoenix)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: "Taliesin, To Friends 1948 - 1949. Love is the virtue of the Heart. Sincerity the virtue of the Mind. Decision the virtue of the Will. Courage the virtue of the Spirit. The Organic Commandment." Printed on a single sheet, single side, folded twice. Printed in gold, burgundy and red ink on dark rose stock. This was found in a copy of "An Autobiography, Wright, 1943. (Copy is taped.) This design was utilized again as a Christmas greeting by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in 1974. (First Edition) (Sweeney 2057)

Size: 20.75 x 6.25 folded twice to 9.2 x 6.25

Pages: Pp 3

S#: 2
057.01.0420
   
Date: Circa 1952

Title: Price Tower Model (1952 - S.355), Circa 1952.

Description: Four apprentices putting the finishing touches on the model of the "Price Tower, Bartlesville, Oklahoma." They are working in the drafting Room at Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Published in "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship," Marty; Marty, 1999, p.83.

Size: 7.75 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#: 0910.27.0714

 

   
Date: 1955

Title: Wright and apprentices, 1955.

Description:  William Wesley Peters (left), Frank Lloyd Wright and Gene Masselink (right) at the Hillside Drafting Room, Taliesin Spring Green. Photographed by John Engstead for the November 1955 issue of House Beautiful, page 242. Possibly photographed on Wright's 88th birthday.

Size: 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#: 1092.72.0714

   


Date: 1955

Title: Letter From Eugene Masselink, Taliesin West.

Description: Signed typed letter on Taliesin West stationary from Eugene Masselink to Diana Faidy wife of Chicago Art Deco architect Abel Faidy. "Dear Mrs. Faidy : This is only a note to say that your letter is awaiting Mrs. Wright's return from New York where she has been with Mr. Wright for the past 10 days. We expect them both here in a few days. With best wishes - Sincerely, Eugene Masselink (Sighed), Eugene Masselink. March 22nd, 1955." From August 1954 through January 1959, Frank Lloyd Wright lived and remodeled a suite at the Plaza Hotel in New York City on the South end of Central Park, where he coordinated the completion of one of his greatest works, The Guggenheim Museum. Eugene Masselink (1910-1962) was born in South Africa but his family moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan. Masselink came to the Taliesin Fellowship in Spring Green, Wisconsin in 1933 as a charter member, and never left. He passed away in 1962 after suffering a heart attach. Envelope addressed to Mrs. Diane Hurbert Faidy.

Size: Single sheet, twice folded, 8.5" by 11". Envelope: 9.5 x 4.2.

S#:
1092.108.0618
   
Date: 1959

Title: Taliesin Fellowship of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Spring green and Scottsdale)

Author: Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd

Description: “The Taliesin Fellowship of Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation includes Apprentices for about fifty-five young men and women...”  Descriptive four page pamphlet describing the Fellowship. Written by Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright, dated June, 1959.  This may have been the earliest publication printed after Wright’s death.  Includes eight photographs. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 4

S#: 2072.05.0706

   
Date: 1959

Title: Taliesin Fellowship Application

Author: Wright, Mrs. Frank Lloyd

Description: "No apprentice is accepted without a personal interview with Mrs. Wright...  This is the application that was included with the above publication. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 1

S#: 2072.02.0305

   
Date: 1960

Title: Invitation from Olgivanna Lloyd Wright to Mrs. Fritz, 1960.

Author: Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd

Description: "April 30, 1960. Dear Mr. Fritz, We are traditionally celebrating Mr. Wright’s birthday on June 8th at Taliesin. We would like to have you with us for 7 o’clock formal dinner and the concert which will follow. (Signed) Love Olgivanna Lloyd Wright." Herbert Fritz Sr. was one of the early draftsman who worked with Frank Lloyd Wright in 1913 in Spring Green, and was one of two that survived the fire at Taliesin in 1914, killing seven including Mamah Cheney and her two children. Herb married Mary Olava Larson, Wright’s stonemason’s daughter. Their son was Herb Fritz Jr. (1915-1998), also an apprentice with Wright in from 1937-1941, and their daughter, Frances Fritz who married another Taliesin Fellow, Jesse Claude (Cary) Caraway. Herbert Jr. Married Eloise, their daughter Barbara married another Taliesin fellow, Jim Dresser. Photograph of celebration.

Size: Single sheet folded to 5.5 x 4.25.

Pages: Pp 1

S#:
2072.11.0517
   
Date: 1960

Title: Abstract Design by Eugene Masselink of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.

Description: "Abstract Design by Eugene Masselink of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. The Stanford Art Gallery - April 1960. The major portion of this exhibition consists of preliminary drawings and photographs of architectural murals. As the composer has his systematic staff and intervals and the architect a modular system as the framework of design, just so has the designer the same means to coordinate abstract ornamentation with the architectural principles involved. Thus the square, the triangle, the circles as well as the straight line become a fundamental part of the design vocabulary." Two copies.

Size: 6 x 6

Pages: Pp 4

S#: 1458.48.0415

   
Date: 1960

Title: The Department of Art and Architecture of Stanford University cordially invites you to attend a preview.

Description: "The Department of Art and Architecture of Stanford University cordially invites you to attend a preview, Abstracts for Architecture, By Eugene Masselink of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. A reception honoring Mr. Masselink will be held at the Stanford Art Gallery, Five to Seven P.M., April 6."

Size: 4.75 x 4

Pages: Pp 6

S#: 1458.49.0415

   
Date: 1961

Title: Report to LaFayette Design Project (Produced by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Spring Green Wisconsin, Scottsdale, Arizona)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Forward by Aaron G. Green

Description: From the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin Associated Architects. Aaron G Green AIA Architect Associated. Introduction. Background Analysis. Basis Planning Considerations. Master Plan for Business District. Statement to the Business Community. The Upgrading of Mt. Diablo Boulevard. Festival. Signs. Poles and Wires. Questionnaire. Ways and Means. Includes nine photographs and eight illustrations. Original list price $5.00. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 32

S#: 1483.14.0110

   
Date: 1965

Title: Taliesin (Published by The Taliesin Fellowship)

Author: Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd

Description: A booklet describing the Taliesin Fellowship. 28 photographs, 12 of which are in color. Cover illustration by Eugene Masselink. (Sweeney 2073)

Size:

Pages: Pp 12

S#: 2073.00.0404

   
Date: 1966

Title: Application for Fellowship at Taliesin, The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: "No apprentice is accepted without a personal interview with Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright..." (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 1

S#: 2073.06.0307

   
Date: 1966

Title: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Supplement to Brochure, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture  (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Includes Board of Directors, Staff, Purpose, Locations, Admission, Tuition, Facilities, Book List.  (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 9

S#: 2073.07.0307

   
Date: 1969

Title: Lewis and Fugenia Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall (Soft Cover) (Published by the Taliesin Associated Architects, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Taliesin Associated Architects

Description: "The Civic Center Site. The performing Arts Hall has been designed and oriented to form a part of the fully developed Civic Center Master Plan which was prepared by the Taliesin Associated Architects as part of their contract with the City of Sarasota... The project was begun in 1968 and was completed in December, 1969. Includes an illustration of the Hall, four floor plans, and an illustration of the master plan. (First Edition)

Size: 9.5 x 12

Pages: Pp 8

S#: 1803.14.0415

   
   

LINCOLN INCOME LIFE

   

Date: Circa 1970

Title: Lincoln Income Life Insurance Company, Louisville, Kentucky,  Large ceramic Ashtray Circa 1970s.

Description: Completed in1966, the fifteen story office building was built under the leadership of Lincoln Income president John T. Acree, Jr. Designed by William Wesley Peters and the Taliesin Associated Architects. Peters married Wright's adopted daughter Svetlana in 1935, but lost her and a son eleven years later in a car crash. He became the head of Wright's architectural firm Taliesin Associates after Wright's death in 1959. Peters based the design of the Louisville complex on a unbuilt design Wright created in 1945 for the Sarabhai Calico Mills Store, Ahmadabad, India. In 1986, following Lincoln Income's acquisition by Conceco Insurance of Indianapolis, Kaden Companies Partnership acquired the building and changed its name to the Kaden Tower. Manufactured by Morgan Plastics, Nashville, Tennessee. Morgan Plastics began in 1946 and later became Morgan Enterprises. Illustration in four colors plus gold rim.

Size: Ceramic Ashtray 8.75 round x 1" deep.

S#: 1846.29.1115

   
Date: Circa 1970

Title: Lincoln Income Life Insurance Company, Louisville, Kentucky, Ceramic Dish Circa 1970s.

Description: Completed in1966, the fifteen story office building was built under the leadership of Lincoln Income president John T. Acree, Jr. Designed by William Wesley Peters and the Taliesin Associated Architects. Peters married Wright's adopted daughter Svetlana in 1935, but lost her and a son eleven years later in a car crash. He became the head of Wright's architectural firm Taliesin Associates after Wright's death in 1959. Peters based the design of the Louisville complex on a unbuilt design Wright created in 1945 for the Sarabhai Calico Mills Store, Ahmadabad, India. In 1986, following Lincoln Income's acquisition by Conceco Insurance of Indianapolis, Kaden Companies Partnership acquired the building and changed its name to the Kaden Tower. Manufactured by Morgan Plastics, Nashville, Tennessee. Morgan Plastics began in 1946 and later became Morgan Enterprises. Illustration in four colors plus gold rim.

Size: Ceramic Dish, 6.9" round x 7/8" deep.

S#: 1846.31.1215

   
Date: Circa 1970

Title: Lincoln Income Life Insurance Company, Round metal dish Circa 1970s.

Description: Completed in1966, the fifteen story office building was designed by William Wesley Peters and the Taliesin Associated Architects. Peters married Wright's adopted daughter Svetlana in 1935, but lost her and a son eleven years later in a car crash. He became the head of Wright's architectural firm Taliesin Associates after Wright's death in 1959. Peters based the design of the Louisville complex on a unbuilt design Wright created in 1945 for the Sarabhai Calico Mills Store, Ahmadabad, India. In 1986, following Lincoln Income's acquisition by Conceco Insurance of Indianapolis, Kaden Companies Partnership acquired the building and changed its name to the Kaden Tower.

Size: Metal dish 4.4 round x .5" deep.

S#: 1846.30.1115

   
 
Courtesy of Royal Photo Co. (circa 1965). Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
Date: C 1970s

Title: Lincoln Income Life Insurance Co., Louisville, Kentucky (Completed in 1966).

Description: A fifteen story office building, at a cost $2.7 million, it was built under the leadership of Lincoln Income president John T. Acree, Jr. Designed by the Taliesin Associated Architects, William Wesley Peters. Peters married Wright's adopted daughter Svetlana in 1935, but lost her and a son eleven years later in a car crash. He became the head of Wright's architectural firm Taliesin Associates after Wright's death in 1959. Peters based the design of the Louisville complex on a unbuilt design Wright created in 1945 for the Sarabhai Calico Mills Store, Ahmadabad, India. In 1986, following Lincoln Income's acquisition by Conceco Insurance of Indianapolis, Kaden Companies Partnership acquired the building and changed its name to the Kaden Tower. Complimentary Needle Pack. "A Leader in the South and Southwest. Lincoln Income Life Insurance Company, Louisville, Kentucky." Contains two sewing needles.

Size: 2.25 x 3.75 opens to 4.5 x 3.75.

Pages: Pp 4

S#: 1846.16.1111

   
Date: 1971

Title: Mountain Run Master Plan (Soft Cover, Spiral Bound) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Spring Green and Scottsdale.)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: In 1971, Weilliam MacWilliams approached the Taliesin Architects at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation to create a master plan for a 600 acre planned Community. Mountain Run was proposed as a planned community centered on 600 acres of private land on the west flank of the Massanutten Mountain. Seven miles northeast of New Market, it adjoins the 75,000 acre George Washington National Forest. The planned community featured a year-round resort with skiing, riding, fishing, hunting, camping and cultural activities. The Ski lodge, condominiums and ski cabins are designed by Taliesin Associated Architects, William Wesley Peters, Executive Director and John Rattenbury, Architect, and include 15 illustrations by the TAA. Also included in the second half are unexecuted projects by Frank Lloyd Wright, that could be utilized within the plan. 35 Illustrations by Frank Lloyd Wright include designs for Huntington Hartford Resort, Lake Tahoe Summer Cabins, Glen McCord House, Point View Residence for Hoffmann, Cloverleaf Quadruple Housing, Rosenwald School, and the Broadacre Service Station to name just a few. (First Edition)

Size: 11 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 91

S#:
1867.18.1217
   
Date: 1974

Title: Taliesin Broadside: Organic Commandment (Published by the Taliesin Fellowship)

Author: Taliesin Fellowship

Description: Taliesin. To Friends 1974-1975. The Organic Commandment. Printed single side only. (See original.) (First Edition)

Size: 9 x 6.25, opens to 20.25 x 6.25.

Pages: Pp 6

S#: 2073.01.0502

 
   
Date: 1976

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Spiral Bound Portfolio, Slip Boxed) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Portfolio of work by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Annunciation Greek Church (1961), Arizona Baltimore Restoration (1973), Arizona Baltimore Estates Master Plan (1973), Ascension Lutheran Church (1964), Ball Office Complex (1972-75), Bank of Spring Green (1972), Bartell Motel (1963), Belmont Pavilion & Grandstand (1964), Beth Sholom Synagogue (1959), Bush Community Services Building (1971), Center College Fine Arts center (1973), San Jose Community Theater (1972), Corbin Education Center (1964), Court of the Seven Seas (1962), Damavand College (1972), Delano Mortuary (1966), Dodge Fountain (1971), East Papago Indian Bend Freeway (1968-70), First Christian church (1973), Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium (1964), Guggenheim Museum Annex (1968), Hopi Post Office (1976), Island of Mindo, Kalita Humphreys Theater (1959, 1969), Keystone Towers (1962), Kentuckiana Medical Center (1962), Kona Coast Hotel, Lewis and Rloca Offices (1972), Liberty National Bank (1966), Lincoln Income Life Insurance Building (1966), Lukeville Border Station (1976), Madison Civic Auditorium (1969), Marin County Center Master Plan (1970-71), Marin County Administration Building (1962), Marin Civic Center Veterans Memorial Auditorium (1971), Marin Civic Center Post Office (1962), Marin County Hall of Justice (1970), Mesa Civic Center (1974), Mikro Kodesh Synagogue (1969), Monona Basin Project (1967), Mountain Run Ski Resort (1971), Arizona State University Music Center (1971), Our Lady of Fatima (1976), Park Fletcher Industrial Park (1965), Pearl Palace (1973), Phoenix Center for the Performing arts (1965), Pilgrim Congregational Church (1963), Prairie School (1965), Resort Community (1973), Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building (1966), S.C. Johnson & Son Administration Building Alterations (1961 - 76), Schubach Jewelers (1973), S.C. Johnson Golden Rondelle (1967), St. Mary’s Church (1970), Spring Green Restaurant (1967), Truax Community Center (1969), Unitarian Church Addition (1963), Upper South Platte Environmental Study (1973), Van Wezel Center for the Performing Arts (1970), Villa Mehrafarin (1976), Wintergreen Ski Lodge (1968). Each page includes information about the project and a photograph or illustration. Printed single sided only. Spiral bound and plain slip box.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 68 (Single sided)

S#: 2020.12.0412

   

EDGAR J. TAFEL

   
Date: 1973

Title: Edgar A. Tafel 1973.

Description: Edgar Tafel, wearing a double breasted suit and tie, gazing out his window. His right hand is resting against the window, his left hand is resting on his hip. He was born on March 12, 1912, and past away January 18, 2011. "Edgar Tafel, architect, studied under Frank Lloyd Wright from 1932 to 1941 at both Taliesin in Taliesin West. As a senior apprentice he worked with Wright on all phases of the design and construction of such major projects as Fallingwater, the Johnson Wax Building, and the Johnson home. Wingspread. All through his practicing years Tafel had been involved with Wright buildings and with their preservation..." From Apprentice to Genius, back cover. Hand written on verso: "(Edgar Tafel,) N. Y. Architect, formerly of Spring Green, Wis. - student & associate of Frank Lloyd Wright. 1973 pic." Stamped on verso: "Richard Bauer." "Jan 11 1977." Photographed by Richard Bauer.

Size: Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#: 1
940.20.0518
   
FLWStudyArchCnt-Smith 1.jpg (30977 bytes) Date: 1979 HC

Title: Years with Frank Lloyd Wright, Apprentice to Genius  (Hard Cover - DJ)

Author: Tafel, Edgar

Description: From the special vantage point of a former apprentice who for nine years lived and worked under "the fury and wrath of genius," Edgar Tafel presents a wonderfully revealing portrait of America’s greatest architect. Unpredictable, cantankerous, a striking figure with white hair, cape and cane, Frank Lloyd Wright was an individualistic spirit who delighted in acting out his own myth. Here is an intimate view of the many moods of Wright the man, warts and all, the inspired teacher, and the creative visionary, by a devoted student who came to know him as few others have. (Back cover.) Original HC List Price $19.95. (First Edition) Two copies, one signed.

Size:

Pages: Pp 228

ST#: 1979.03.0899, 1979.03.1000

   
YearsWithFLW 1.jpg (27792 bytes) Date: 1979 SC

Title: Years with Frank Lloyd Wright, Apprentice to Genius  (Soft Cover)

Author: Tafel, Edgar

Description: 1985 Printing. From the special vantage point of a former apprentice who for nine years lived and worked under "the fury and wrath of genius," Edgar Tafel presents a wonderfully revealing portrait of America’s greatest architect. Unpredictable, cantankerous, a striking figure with white hair, cape and cane, Frank Lloyd Wright was an individualistic spirit who delighted in acting out his own myth. Here is an intimate view of the many moods of Wright the man, warts and all, the inspired teacher, and the creative visionary, by a devoted student who came to know him as few others have. (Back cover.) Original SC List Price $9.95. (Second Edition) Two copies, both signed.

Size:

Pages: Pp 228

ST#: 1979.03.0399, 1979.03.1200

   
Date: 1981

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright personlich (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Artemis, Publishers for Architecture, Zürich, München)

Author: Tafel, Edgar

Description: German edition of "Years with Frank Lloyd Wright, Apprentice to Genius." From the special vantage point of a former apprentice who for nine years lived and worked under "the fury and wrath of genius," Edgar Tafel presents a wonderfully revealing portrait of America’s greatest architect. Unpredictable, cantankerous, a striking figure with white hair, cape and cane, Frank Lloyd Wright was an individualistic spirit who delighted in acting out his own myth. Here is an intimate view of the many moods of Wright the man, warts and all, the inspired teacher, and the creative visionary, by a devoted student who came to know him as few others have. (Back cover.) Includes plain slip cover. (First Edition)

Size: 8.25 x 11

Pages: Pp 224

ST#: 1981.137.1013

   
Date: 1981

Title: Taliesin Fellowship, Holiday Card, 1981 Reproduction (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation. Fotofolio/Artpost, Box 661, Canal Sta., NY, NY 10013. AN281-150.)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Reproduction of a holiday card sent by Mrs.
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship, 1981. Design by Fellowship member Margaret Allen Montooth. Design covers front and back (7 x 10, folds to 7 x 5). Inside: "Be Healthy. Be Happy. Have a Long Life! The Taliesin Fellowship." Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.

Size: 7 x 5

Pages: Pp 4

ST#:
1981.142.1216
   
Date: 1983

Title: "A Day At Taliesin. September 10, 1983. (Published by The Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, Wisc.)

Author: Taliesin Fellowship

Description: The main theme of the day will be Broadacre City. Included will be Lectures, Discussion and Activities. Broadacre: The Idea; The elements and present applications; The integration of planning & architecture; Original Frank Lloyd Wright drawings & Model. Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright and members of the Taliesin Fellowship, the staff and students invite you to a day at Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin."

Size: 16 x 8.25 folded to 5.5 x 8.25.

Pages: Pp 6

ST#: 1983.32.0415

   
Date: 1985

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Spring Green.)

Description: Informational brochure that describes the different facets of the foundation. Sections include: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation; Taliesin; Taliesin West; Taliesin Associated Architects; Frank Lloyd Wright Archives; Taliesin Council; Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; Friends of Taliesin; Seminars; Tours. 1985. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 3.75 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 6

ST#: 1985.38.0811

   
Date: 1986

Title: Scholarship Fund. The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Description: Brochure for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Scholarship includes two sections. The Philosophy of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, and information on the Scholarship Fund. Includes three photographs. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5.

Pages: Pp 4.

ST#:
1986.68.0616
   
Date: 1986

Title: Taliesin West Visitor Center. (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Description: Brochure for the proposed Visitor Center at Taliesin West includes two sections. The proposed Visitor Center and The Commitment. Includes one photograph and two illustrations. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 4

ST#:
1986.69.0616
   
Date: 1986

Title: "A Day At Taliesin. March 15, 1986. (Published by The Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, Wisc.)

Author: Taliesin Fellowship

Description: Heritage of Organic Architecture for Tomorrow. Lectures, Discussion and Activities. The Force of Change; A Future Agenda; The Organic Architect’s Role; Exhibition of the Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright; Frank Lloyd Wright Achieves..."

Size: 14 x 8.5 folded to 4.75 x 8.5.

Pages: Pp 6

ST#: 1986.60.0415

   
Date: 1986

Title: A Day At Taliesin, September 20, 1986, Hosts and Hostesses (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Spring Green, Wisconsin)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Your Hosts and Hostesses. A biographical list of the Hosts and Hostesses for A Day At Taliesin, September 20, 1986. Some include; William Wesley Peters; John deKoven Hill; Richard Carney; Thomas Casey; Cornelia Brierly; Kay Rattenbury; Kenneth Lockhart; Frances Nemtin; Charles Montoopth; Ling Po; Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer; Heloise Crista; John Rattenbury; Arnold Roy; Susan Lockhart; Kathryn Smith. It includes three maps: Taliesin Spring Green Complex; Taliesin; Hillside. It also includes a list of Participants and a list of projects by the Taliesin Associated Architects. All are within a
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Folder. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11, Folder, 9 x 11.75.

Pages: Pp 20

ST#:
1986.70.0616
   

Taliesin Gates logo (1986)

Date: 1986

Title: Taliesin Gates: A Taliesin Designed Custom Home Community In the Spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Produced by Taliesin Associated Architects, Scottsdale)

Author: Taliesin Associated Architects

Description: Sales booklet, sections include Frank Lloyd Wright; Organic Architecture; Taliesin Gates; Community; Civilization, Beauty and Serenity; Taliesin Services.  Samples designs by John Rattenburey, Arnold Roy, Charles Montooth, Tony Puttnam and Stephen Nemtin  Thirty photographs and illustrations. Includes photostat of logo. 

Size: 9 x 12

Pages: Pp 20

ST#: 1986.25.0507

   
Date: 1987

Title: "A Day At Taliesin. September 12, 1987. (Published by The Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, Wisc.)

Author: Taliesin Fellowship

Description: In The Realm of Ideas. Frank Lloyd Wright characterized his work as an architecture of ideas. The Day at Taliesin will be built around the ideas of Space, Site, Material and Community in the form of lectures, discussions and activities. ‘In The Realm of Ideas’ will be the title of a major touring exhibition that will open in Dallas, Texas in January 1988."

Size: 14 x 8.25 folded to 4.75 x 8.25

Pages: Pp 4

ST#: 1987.85.0415

   
Date: 1987

Title: The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. An Overview - 1987 (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: The School and its History. Mission and Purpose. The Taliesin Fellowship, In Wisconsin. In Arizona. Faculty. Taliesin Council. The Learning Program. An overview of the School of Architecture. Includes many photos and illustrations.  Gift from Kathryn Smith. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 8.2

Pages: Pp 44

ST#: 1
987.95.0616
   
Date: 1987

Title:Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation”  (Produced by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)

Description: Informational brochure that describes the different facets of the foundation. Sections include: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation; Taliesin; Taliesin West; Taliesin Associated Architects; Frank Lloyd Wright Archives; Taliesin Gates Development Co.; Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; Taliesin Council; Friends of Taliesin; Seminars; Tours. 

Size: 3.75 x 8.5

ST#: 1987.60.0507

   
Date: 1988

Title: The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.  An Overview 1988-89.  (Soft Cover)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture)

Description: Informational booklet on the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 40

S#: 1988.19.1004

   
Date: 1989

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Folder (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation PR Folder used for promotional material. 

Size: 9 x 12

Pages: Pp 4

ST#: 1989.61.0507

   
Date: 1990

Title: A Day At Taliesin, March 17-18, 1990 (Produced by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Folder includes:  1) Schedule of Events  2) Taliesin Days Speakers: Ballinger; Gluckman; McClintock; Muller; Olsberg; Senkevitch; Shore; Uttal and Kathryn Smith.  3) Hosts and Hostesses: Some include: Cornelia Brierly; Richard Carney; Thomas Casey; Heloise Crista; Penny Fowler, Dixie Legler; Kenneth Lockhart; Susan Lockhart Lockhart; Charles Montoopth; Oscar Munoz; Frances Nemtin; William Wesley Peters; Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer; Ling Po; John Rattenbury; Kay Rattenbury; Arnold Roy.  4) Participants  5) The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation  6) Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture  7) Taliesin Associated Architects  8) Books on and by Frank Lloyd Wright and Olgivanna Lloyd Wright. All are within a Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Folder. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11, Folder, 9 x 11.75

Pages: Pp 35

ST#:
1990.123.0616
   
Date: 1990

Title: The Taliesin Fellowship - 1990 - Holiday Season (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation)

Author: Taliesin Fellowship

Description: With All Good Wishes This Holiday season. The Taliesin Fellowship. Back: Leaf Patterns From "Songs of The Earth" By Cornelia Brierly. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation 1990. Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.

Size: 5 x 7

Pages: Pp 6

ST#:
1990.157.1019
   
Date: 1991

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by The Taliesin Preservation Commission, Inc., working in partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Spring Green, Wisconsin)

Author: The Taliesin Preservation Commission, Inc.

Description: Making a case for supporting the Taliesin Preservation Commission. "Working in partnership to express one vision... preserving Taliesin for the 21st Century... The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Philosophy and Mission... The Taliesin Preservation Commission, Inc... Taliesin History... Taliesin Today... Vision and Needs for the Future... Cultural Tourism... Proposed Taliesin Preservation and Visitor Center Estimates... Frank Lloyd Wright on Taliesin. Includes eight historic photographs by Pedro E. Guerrero. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 20

ST#:
1991.81.0616
   
Date: 1991

Title: The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. An Overview - 1990-91 (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description:
Mission and Purpose. The School and its History. The School Today. Resources: The Buildings in Wisconsin. The Buildings in Arizona. The Taliesin Fellowship. Faculty and Staff. The Learning Program. An overview of the School of Architecture. Includes many photos and illustrations. Gift from Kathryn Smith. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 53

ST#:
1991.80.0616
   
Date: 1993

Title: The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, An Overview 1993 - 1994 (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

Description: An overview of the School of Architecture for the 1993 - 1994 school years.  Includes many photos and illustrations. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 53

S#: 2073.03.0306

   
Date: 1994

Title: FLWSA: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture) 

Description: Brochure describing the school, and a perforated reply card for requesting an application and more information. Includes three photographs. Two Color.

Size: 4 x 9

Pages: Pp 6

ST#: 1994.36.0305

   
Date: 1994

Title: Taliesin Architects

Description:
"Taliesin Architects is the continuation of the practice of architecture begun by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1893. As the firm enters its second one hundred years of architectural practice, it has rededicated itself to globally lead the exploration of Organic Architecture, provided superior service to its’ clients and make an enduring contribution to the culture in which its works reside..." Photographs include Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, Rocky Mountain National Park Visitors Center, Community Theater, San Jose, Vaikapu Valley Country Club and the Lincoln Income Life Insurance Co., 1994. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 2

ST#:
1994.96.0616
   
Date: 1995

Title: A Taliesin Legacy: Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Apprentices  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Van Nostrand Reinhold)

Author: Guggenheimer, Tobias S.

Description: Original HC List Price $64.95.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 256

ST#: 1995.23.0702

   
Date: 1997

Title: Working With Mr. Wright: What It Was Like  (Soft Cover)  (HC Published by Cambridge University Press)

Author: Besinger, Curtis; Forward: O’Gorman, Thomas J.

Description: First Published in 1995.  This is the first paperback edition.  Original HC List Price $49.95, SC List Price $28.00.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 313

ST#: 1997.31.0704

   
East-Heinz 1.jpg (31723 bytes) Date: 1999

Title: Tales of Taliesin  (Signed)  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Herberger Center for Design Excellence, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona)

Author: Brierly, Cornelia

Description: Brierly was one of the first apprentices to attend Wright's school of architecture.  Before long, she was a working colleague of the master architect; during the last thirty years of his career, she made important design contributions to many of his building projects.  This memoir tells the story of nearly seventy years spent with the Taliesin Fellowship.  She celebrates the fellowship as a way of life and brings to life a vibrant community that is still going strong, forty years after Wright's death.  Original SC list price $19.95. (First Edition)

Size: 10 x 10

Pages: Pp 176

ST#: 1999.06.0300

   
Date: 2000

Title: Tales of Taliesin  (Hard Cover)  (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Rohnert Park, CA.  First published in 1999 by Herberger Center for Design Excellence, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona)

Author: Brierly, Cornelia

Description: Brierly was one of the first apprentices to attend Wright's school of architecture.  Before long, she was a working colleague of the master architect; during the last thirty years of his career, she made important design contributions to many of his building projects.  This memoir tells the story of nearly seventy years spent with the Taliesin Fellowship.  She celebrates the fellowship as a way of life and brings to life a vibrant community that is still going strong, forty years after Wright's death.  Original HC list price $29.95. (Second Edition)

Size: 10.25 x 10.25

Pages: Pp 176

ST#: 2000.51.0207

   
Date: 1999

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship  (Published by Truman State University Press, Kirksville, Missouri)  (Hard Cover DJ)

Author: Marty, Myron A. & Shirley L.

Description: This book tells the story of the Taliesin Fellowship, created by Frank and Olgivanna Lloyd Wright in 1932, in the words of men and women who joined the Fellowship, some as early as the 1930s, and remained with it into the 1990s.  Many of the storytellers worked side by side with Wright, who died in 1959, and almost all of them lived and worked with Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, who survived her husband by 26 years.  Includes 110 B&W photographs.  Original cover price $65.00. (Review - Journal of the Taliesin Fellows, Summer 2000)  (First Edition)

Size: 8.75 x 11.25

Pages: Pp 312

ST#: 1999.57.0507

   
Date: 1999

Title: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1998 Annual Report (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: 1) A letter from the Chairman and President / CEO. 2)
Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. 3) Taliesin Architects. 4) William Wesley Peters Library. 5) Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. 6) Public Access. 7) Educational Outreach Program. 8)Taliesin Preservation Commission. 9) Development. 10) Members and Donors. Includes 21 photographs. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 31

ST#:
1999.84.0616
   
Date: 2000

Title: A Living Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright & Taliesin Architects  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Pomegranate Artbooks)

Author: Rattenbury, John

Description: Original HC List Price $70.00.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 296

ST#: 2000.28.1004

   
Date: 2000

Title: John Howe in Minnesota.

Author:

Description: The Prairie School Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright. September 2, 2000 - January 7, 2001. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota. "For more than twenty years, John Howe was known as ‘the pencil in Frank Lloyd Wright’s hand.’ As Wright’s chief draftsman at Taliesin from 1937 to 1959, Howe worked on such famous projects as the Johnson /wax Building in Racine, Wisconsin, the Unitarian ‘Church in Madison, Wisconsin, and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. But Howe’s long association with Wright overshadowed his own significant achievements as an architect and designer... In Minnesota alone there are more than 80 Howe building, which are some of the finest examples of organic architecture in the Midwest." This is the first major presentation of drawings from the John Howe papers at the Northwest Architecture archives at the University of Minnesota. Includes seven illustrations and two photographs.

Size: 7 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 8

ST#: 2000.64.1111

   
Date: 2001

Title: A Way of Life: An Apprenticeship With Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by The Images Publishing Group)

Author: Gottlieb, Lois Davidson

Description: Original HC List Price $48.00.  (First Edition)

Size:

Pages: Pp 224

ST#: 2001.35.1004

   
Date: 2000

Title: FLWSA: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture) 

Description: Brochure describing the school, includes fifteen photographs.

Size: 4 x 9

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2000.30.0305

   
Date: 2001

Title: Web of Life (Soft Cover) (Self published)

Author: Nemtin, Frances

Description: "Like a benevolent spider Taliesin has been spinning a web of associations and friendships all through its history. Neighbors, farmers, clients, workmen, trades people, apprentices, volunteers, Lloyd Jones family members and the Taliesin Fellowship all have been part of this ever-widening web..." Long-time fellowship member Frances Nemtin introduces many people from the early years of the Fellowship, making the construction of the building come alive and showing Wright in a unique light. (First Edition)

Size: 5.4 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 59

ST#: 2001.63.1015

   
Date: 2001

Title: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 2000 Annual Report (Soft Cover) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Sections include: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives; Taliesin Architects; Taliesin Preservation, Inc.; Licensing and Brand Management; Education Outreach Program; Development; Operation Revenues and Expenses; Public Access; Frank Lloyd Wright Association; The William Wesley Peters Library. Mission Statement: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation conserves the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and advances design through the integration of architecture, education and the traditions and ideals embodied in Taliesin. Includes 20 photographs. (First Edition)

Size: 11 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 28

ST#: 2001.60.0415

   
Date: 2001

Title: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Sixth Annual Great Treasure Hunt and Benefit Auction (Soft Cover) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Held in Scottsdale, Arizona. October 6, 2001. Benefit the preservation of Taliesin West... Arizona historic landmark & international treasure. Catalog with 381 items, though not all are listed. Includes 21 B&W photographs, and an addition three single sheets slipped into the catalog. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 28

ST#: 2001.61.0415

   
Date: 2002

Title: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 2002 Annual Report (Soft Cover) (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona)

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Sections include: Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture; The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives; The William Wesley Peters Library; Frank Lloyd Wright Education Outreach Program; Frank Lloyd Wright Public Access; Taliesin Preservation, Inc.; Frank Lloyd Wright Brand Management and Retail; Operation Revenues and Expenses; Development; Frank Lloyd Wright Association; Frank Lloyd Wright Volunteers. Insert: Single sheet for the "Great Treasure Hunt Raffle." Includes 24 photographs. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 24

ST#: 2002.105.0415

   
Date: 2004

Title: Reflections From The Shining Brow. My Years With Frank Lloyd Wright and Olgivanna Lazovich (Soft Cover) (Published by Fithian Press. A division of Daniel and Daniel, Publishers, Inc., McKinleyville, CA)

Author: Amin, Kamal

Description: Kamal Amin, a young architect from Cairo, come to America to serve as an apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright. When he arrives at Taliesin, Wright's headquarters, he discovers the pervasive presence of Olgivanna Lazovich, Wright's third wife. Her spirit, as well as the spirit of her teacher, George Ivanovich Gurdjieff, dominate the environment. Kamal remains at Taliesin, working with Wright until Mr. Wright died, then stayed for ten more years. In his careen and in his association with Taliesin, he met many celebrities, but no one so powerful as Olgivanna, a complex woman worshiped by some, vilified by others. (Publisher’s description.) Original Hard Cover list price $20.48, Soft Cover list price $16.95. (First Edition)

Size: 6 x 9

Pages: Pp 264

ST#: 2004.59.1010

   
Date: 2004

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin

Description: "Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin. Friday 19 November, Saturday 20 November. Save these dates and plan to be in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for a very special Frank Lloyd Wright weekend in November... Reception with Taliesin Fellows and Taliesin Preservation, Inc... Private winter tours of Frank Lloyd Wright designed houses: Fallingwater and nearby Kentuck Knob... The graphic silhouette of Taliesin, designed in 1933 by Taliesin Fellow Gene Masselink, is Copyright © 2004." Published by Taliesin Fellows and Taliesin Preservation, Inc.

Size: 8.5 x 5.5

Pages: Pp 2

ST#: 2004.68.0415

   
Date: 2006

Title: A House for Life, Bringing the Spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright into your Home (Published by Warwick Publishing Inc., Toronto)

Author: Rattenbury, John

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright was arguably the greatest American architect of the 20th century. Many admire his memorable designs, such as the Guggenheim Museum in New York, but assume it would be far too costly to apply his ideas to their own homes. Yet it was one of Wright s central beliefs that modern homes could be both well-designed and affordable. This book shows how Wright s philosophy touched all aspects of day-to-day life, thus influencing his ideas for residential design. Numerous examples of homes designed by Wright and Taliesin Architects (the firm founded by Wright s students after his death) are presented in stunning photographs to inspire readers who wish to create their own unique home following Wright s "organic" concepts... John Rattenbury joined the Taliesin Fellowship in 1950, and was with the Taliesin Architects until 2003 (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $29.95. (First Edition)

Size: 9.2 x 10.2

Pages: Pp 231

ST#: 2006.46.0915

   
Date: 2006

Title: Taliesin Reflections. My Years Before, During and After Living with Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Meridian Press, Petaluma, CA)

Author: Nisbet, Earl

Description: During the Great Depression, there were few clients coming to Frank Lloyd Wright for designs, so he turned to writing and lecturing. In 1932, he and his wife, Olgivanna, began the Taliesin Fellowship where 30 apprentices came to live and learn from the most influential and imaginative architect of the Twentieth Century. Earl Nisbet was one of those apprentices and Taliesin Reflections relates some of the day-to-day activities that occurred in the Taliesin Fellowship. (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $24.95. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 226

ST#: 2006.39.0112

   
Date: 2006

Title: The Fellowship, The Untold Story of Frank Lloyd Wright & The Taliesin Fellowship. (Soft Cover) (Published by Harper Collins Publishers Inc. New York)

Author: Friedland, Roger; Zellman, Harold

Description: (Uncorrected Printer’s Proof, Not for Sale.)  To be released June 2006.  Hard Cover list price to be $34.95. Two Copies. (Printer’s Proof) 

Size: 6 x 9

Pages: Pp 664

ST#: 2006.03.0406, 2006.12.0307

   
Date: 2006

Title: The Fellowship; The Untold Story of Frank Lloyd Wright & The Taliesin Fellowship (Published by Regan, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, Los Angeles, New York)

Author: Friedland, Roger; Zellman, Harold

Description: Behind the scenes at Taliesin.  Original Hard Cover list price $34.95.  (First Edition)

Size: 6.5 x 9.5

Pages: Pp 690

ST#: 2006.05.1006

   
Date: 2006

Title: The Fellowship (Press Release) (Published by Regan, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, Los Angeles, New York)

Author: Wickham, Suzanne

Description: Press Release that accompanied the release of the book. 

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 4

ST#: 2006.06.1006

   
Taliesin Fellows Reunion, Unfolded
 
 

Date: November 8-12, 2007

Title: Taliesin Fellows Reunion, November 8-12, 2007 (Published by the Taliesin Fellows)

Author: Program design by Kate Chesley; Reunion Logo Design by John Amarantides

Description: Program and events. Taliesin Fellowship 75 Years. Reunion 2007, November 8-12, 2007, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona. Includes sixteen photographs. Forty-two small pages when folded. (First Edition) Gift from Randolph C. Henning.

Size: 2.25 x 3.4 opens to 14 x 9.5

Pages: Pp 42

ST#: 2007.53.0809

   
Date: 2007

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Perpetuating the Living Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright (Published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Description: Making a case for supporting the
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Frank Lloyd Wright... The Frank Lloyd Wright Archives... Vision and Mission... Building upon Strength... Taliesin and Taliesin West... Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture... Arts and Cultural Program... Launching a Capital/Endowment Campaign... Organizational History... Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 9

ST#:
2007.77.0616
   
Date: 2009

Title: Communities of Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin and Beyond (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Northern Illinois University Press, DeKalb, IL)

Author: Marty, Myron A.

Description: "Despite the numerous studies of Frank Lloyd Wright’s life and architecture, little has been published about his life in relation to the communities that dominated his life. Wright, a fervent believer in individualism and an ardent advocate of democracy, worked in communities throughout his career of more than six decades. These communities, which he led with unquestioned authority, made possible his extraordinary productivity. They also helped sustain his genius, provided him with crucial social outlets, and made it possible for him to remain a creative force outside the mainstream of American architecture until his death at age 91. Almost immediately after arriving in Chicago in 1887, Wright began working in the company of architects and draftsmen, most notably Joseph Lyman Silsbee, Dankmar Adler, and Louis Sullivan..." (Dust jacket)  Original hard cover price $45.00. (First Edition)

Size: 8.5 x 10.25

Pages: Pp 306

ST#:
2009.39.0716
   
Date: 2011

Title: Under the Skies. The Apprentice Desert Shelters At Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA)

Author: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Sidy, Victor E.

Description: Nestled among the cactus thickets and dry washes of the Arizona desert lies an intriguing landscape of architectural experiments. Sometimes encompassing a paloverde tree or suspended many feet above the desert floor, these small dwellings, conceived by architecture students as alternatives to tents and dormitory rooms, embrace - and in their own way, celebrate - the natural, rugged terrain surrounding Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West. The earliest shelters were created by adventurous apprentices at the Taliesin Fellowship, a school for architects established by Frank Lloyd Wright in the mid-1930s. After Wright’s death, a more conventional school - the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture - was established, and the practice of designing and building a personal dwelling became a unique feature of the school’s curriculum. Wright insisted that there would be no armchair architects at his school; apprentices would learn through hard work and first-hand experience. The response to this directive has been astonishingly creative. In addition to honing their design and drafting skills, students comb the desert for dwelling sites; consider the effects of extreme temperature change and winter rain; gather construction materials from surrounding hills and dry riverbeds; and thoroughly explore what Wright termed organic architecture. Collected in Under Arizona Skies are photographs and architectural plans of the most exemplary student shelters built at Taliesin West, as well as personal accounts written by Victor E. Sidy, Dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, and Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, Director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives... (Dust Jacket.) Original list price $24.95. (First Edition)

Size: 7.25 x 7.25

Pages: Pp 72

ST#:
2011.17.0517
   
Date: 2012

Title: Taliesin Diary, A Year With Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover) (Published by W. W. Norton & Company, New York, London)

Author: Henken, Priscilla J.

Description: The first publication of the diary of a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice, 1942–43, with notes, contextual essays, and contemporaneous photographs. Priscilla J. Henken lived at Taliesin with her husband David Henken as part of The Fellowship, the group of acolytes who made Taliesin an architectural colony from the 1930s through the 1950s. Her lively description of day-to-day life on a communal working farm in south central Wisconsin provides unique insights into the world of Wright during the period and will fascinate Wright enthusiasts as well as those with specialized interest in midcentury architecture; social and spiritual movements; and the clash of cultures represented by two socialist, Jewish New Yorkers and the Midwestern farm community at Taliesin. Henken vividly describes the daily program, from cooking duties to editing the great architect’s autobiography and watching films. (Publisher’s description.) 30 photographs. Original list price $34.95. (First Edition)

Size: 6.5 x 8.75

Pages: Pp 272

ST#: 2012.19.1014

   
Date: 2014

Title: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unfinished Work (Soft Cover) (Published by Two Worlds Community Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Swaback, Vernon D.

Description: This book began at the side of the man long called The World's Greatest Architect, and now our first green and ecological architect. Having been privileged to serve as Wright's youngest apprentice, Vernon Swaback combines that experience with his life-long work and study, integrating everything from history, economics, and science, to the arts, technology and religion. If a man born just two years after the civil war could so inspire and maintain the world's interest in his approach, imagine what the insights and technologies of the 21st Century could make possible if, in a Frank Lloyd Wright manner, they could be artfully integrated into a more beautiful and enriching way of life. While the world's museums and galleries celebrate the special achievements of design, the time has come to turn how we live into our greatest works of art. Not only is this possible, there is no longer any other sustainable option. Frank Lloyd Wright's Unfinished Work is about living at a time of urgent joy. Urgent because we are unwittingly attacking the very essence of our own existence. Joyful because we are on the verge of becoming co-creators with the nature of life itself, all of which depends on broadening our appreciation for the holistic power of design.
(First Edition)

Size: 6 x 9

Pages: Pp 178

ST#:
2014.42.0618
   
Date: 2015

Title: John H. Howe, Architect. From Taliesin Apprentice to Master of Organic Design (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by the University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis)

Author: Hession, Jane King; Quigley, Tim; Foreword by Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks

Description: Dust jacket: "In 1932 nineteen-year-old John H. Howe arrived at Taliesin as a charter member of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship. There he would remain for the next thirty-two years, earning a reputation as the pencil in Wright’s hand before establishing his own architectural practice in Minnesota. This is the first book to tell Howe’s story and also the first full account of his place in the history of modern architecture as chief draftsman and valued interpreter of Wright s designs and as a prolific architect in his own right. Illustrated throughout with Howe’s sublime drawings, this biography is a testament to the underappreciated architect’s extraordinary design and rendering skills. Influenced by Wright’s principles of organic architecture, Howe operated under the conviction that the land is the beginning of architecture. Architectural historians Jane King Hession and Tim Quigley show how this belief worked especially well for Howe in Minnesota, where his buildings appear to have grown naturally and organically from the landscape..." Original list price $49.95. (First Edition)

Size: 10.25 x 10.25

Pages: Pp 220

ST#:
2015.32.0818
   
   
   
AT TALIESIN
   
Date: 1934

Title: At Taliesin, August 3, 1934. Carbon Copy of an article written by Bob Mosher on August 3, 1934.

Description: According to Randy Henning, At Taliesin, p.66, "Frank Lloyd Wright began his practice of giving informal talks to the fellowship during these early at Taliesin years. They were on Tuesday evenings within the newly completed Dana gallery at hillside..." This lecture would have been given Tuesday July 24, "A week ago Tuesday evening in the Dana Gallery..." Possibly unpublished.

Dana Gallery Lectures.

Pine As Pine.

In 1903 at Jane Addam's Hull House in Chicago a paper was read by Mr. Wright challenging all Romantic efforts to escape from the realities of a modern machine world and objecting to the formation of a Society of Arts and Crafts to perpetuate the pseudo-medieval dreams of Morris and Ruskin. This meeting became famous all over the world as a prophecy of the part the machine might play but which it still does not play in our architecture. Disturbing all but not understood by all that speech is stilt prophetic, still a new lesson for all the architectural world steeped in eclecticism, in revivals of dead styles and in world's fair artificialities.

Since that time Taliesin has become world famous because of its integrity in carrying out the ideal of an organic architecture, of an architecture that lives and moves and has its being as a living entity, functioning for its purpose, truly fulfilling the Hull House prophecy.

A week ago Tuesday evening in the Dana Gallery of the Taliesin Fellowship, the first of a series of weekly lectures was given by Mr. Wright. The spirit of the spoken words harked back to Hull House. They were as prophetic. It wasn't so much architecture this tine with its relation to the machine but it was a good sound thrashing administered to the thing now called "art" music, painting,
sculpture, et al, included. The Western culture of our modern times if it can be termed "culture" - contains no recognition of the factors that express its art. The word "art" still means something academic and stylistic: dead or sterile. This study of what it is that makes a Pine a Pine or an Oak just an Oak was never cherished. The thought that there is something deeper for the artist in the pine tree then its mere aspect has never been grasped. And so with everything that constitutes what we call nature. The oriental mind centuries ago recognized this in-dwelling quality of nature, the Japanese word "edaburl" means that quality which makes a Pine a Pine and not an Oaks when this Pine or Oak or whatever the chosen object might be was recorded by way of this study of edaburl it was nearly always for some purpose by way of some medium, the brush, the wood-block print, lacquer or carving. And it was seldom a mere representation of that pine but was an Interpretation of it. Pine Nature. No attempt to copy to make the drawing more alluring than the original but by interpreting the essence or form-nature of the chosen subject-they were able to obtain a result that was more Pine than the pine itself. The pine soul was revealed by the work of the artist, The Orientals realized that in this realm of the abstract (the geometry behind the aspect) was the highest form of beauty and therein the only way to see and interpret nature. That to interpret nature in terms of materials and process was the artist's functions not to imitate it: to catch its essence, its essential nature on its entirety and express it in rhythmic forms useful to life by way of any chosen medium in art or craft. Thus was the ultimate abstraction formed by the best minds of the greatest artists of all time.

So, to us, the future of painting and all the other arts must lie in this realm of the abstract. Not "cubism" or "anglism", those are styles or prolonged fads, but painting as architecture fitting all the principles of an organic architecture, structurally sound, a structure itself as rhythmic and harmonious music-architecture. The world is full of the so-called easel-palating, not-so-pretty pictures which can never have any use in this modern world. This poetizing from the aspect is all of the past. Nature "effects" copied-playing with the aspect -is in itself futile, even if it be a pleasing accomplishment. But there is no valid basis in human need or purpose for such lascivious pleasings. It is artistic and therefore, futile. Of what use to mankind is it? What of profound value does it give to life? Nothing. A Cezanne as a study in volume or any other "volume" seeker in the graphic arts has little importance today. The photographer has developed his technique so that he can do "volume" much better, with more actuality, making the thing re-live by way of his reproductive process. Or call in the sculptor. Modern recordings by way of sight or sound l l move in the direction to supplant the artist. So far has it gone the machine has already largely replaced the human-artist of the past or present. Not only does the cinema today make nature relive but human nature in the hands of an Elsen-stein or a Rene Clair becomes more than a reproduction of scene and story, it becomes itself an abstraction of a quality that makes Rene Clair's Frenchmen more French than the French themselves. A deep inner quality is brought to the surface even in this mechanical reproductions. The painter can't much longer hope to compete with such facilities and what an accomplishment this new matter of sight and sound recordings is. It throws all the sham artists completely out of the picture in order that the truth will out and an organic sense of the whole replace the gesture or the sham.

Nature by way of interpretation can be expressed in any medium for any purpose at all and be so built. Then art becomes legitimate, a benefit to mankind. The beauty of nature interpreted with all the powers of imagination and made available for use in our way of "life" by modern materials and the modern process takes art out of the academy and boudoir into the light and the open air as of the ground; An enrichment of nature for the environment and practice of modern life.

But the dear people will not soon see this. Such words serve only to hurt personal vanities as those Hull House words did twenty nine years ago and still do. Perhaps ten years later these prophetic words about art and the artist in our Tuesday lectures will be realized but perhaps only by the few even then. Time flies for all but ignorance, Perhaps ignorance alone is eternal.

Bob Mosher.
Taliesin.
Aug. 3 1934.

Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.

Size: Four pages typed single side, 8.5 x 11.

S#:
0376.06.0820
 
 
 
   
Date: 1934

Title: At Taliesin, August 9, 1934. Carbon Copy of an article written by Bob Mosher on August 9, 1934.

Description: According to Randy Henning, At Taliesin, August 2, 1934, p.66, "Frank Lloyd Wright began his practice of giving informal talks to the fellowship during these early at Taliesin years. They were on Tuesday evenings within the newly completed Dana Gallery at hillside..." This lecture would have been given Tuesday August 1. Possibly unpublished.

Dana Gallery Lectures. #2.

Space As Architecture.

The second of a series of Tuesday Evening lectures given by Mr. Wright in the Dana Gallery of the Taliesin Fellowship started off on the continuous interweaving process of the working principles of an organic architecture. By taking any one of these basic principles as a start and by analyzing the concepts given in these, the talks become continuous, as these concepts are related to each other and lead from one into another. These concepts and the working out of an organic architecture take in all the recources (sic) of the intuition and the mind. Physical limitations limit any physical expression of the ideal but those very limitations when understood work hand in hand with organic principles in enlarging the realm of ideas and making their practice in the arts practical.

Glass, for instance is narrowly a material of fixed limitations because of its physical properties and yet glass, along with steel, is a basic element in liberating space, seen as architecture. Had the ancients had it, the Classical forms we now adopt and adopt would never have been born. The moderns have this new means to great ends but their power of reasoning and the uncommon sense necessary have been lost somewhere down the line of the machine age.
Pseudo, architects continue to copy Pagan Rome, merely the face is lifted in nearly everything they do or can do. The architects who call themselves modern and build skyscrapers are still the medieval sculptor carving pieces of statuary but now in the form of masonry skyscrapers, domed court houses, carved Colonial boxes, and Cardboard world fairs. The plain surface with a dab of color and no sense of overhead shelter is called modernistic!

All this so called modernism is not organic architecture. In fact it all completely denies our modern resources, There is a huge difference between the ideal of an organic architecture as practiced at Taliesin and the self styled modern, The "modern" is something of a tad exploiting technical progress. Organic architecture is a living entity knowing no time limit. A time piece of organic Architecture is always great though no longer serviceable in point of time. Therefore timeless.

Glass as a super material has enabled us to newly conceive architecture as enclosure of space. Glass as a material resource immediately does away with the sculptural masonry box punched full of window holes and fitted with pigeon holes as rooms, that we call Classic. Walls need no longer be solid walls, they become screens or the features of space enclosure, walls as walls have vanished, windows are no longer holes in walls but are also movable screens it too, a means of enclosure but opening to an infinite space letting the sense of interior space come through, and the sense of space without come in. All building is first a shelter, of what better use is any structure than for human protection and shelter. The sense of shelter will always characterize the best buildings of our period, or any period,.

Unity Temple back in 1906 was the first working out in concrete form of this new sense of architecture as interior space to be lived in under shelter, the space merely closed in by an arrangement of utilitarian features and screens. The sense of space coming through to be felt and seen as reality of the building. The Jones House in Tulsa is the most recent example of this "space Freedom". Glass and concrete, the only materials comprising the entire structure, used by process of alternation of the two materials; Vertical pieces of concrete and glass. This new space approach to the problems of building leads the way to infinite opportunities for valid new forms in our modern materials and machine-made lives. It is all a new freedom and a new freedom that can't stop with architecture.

Bob Mosher: Taliesin
Aug. 9,1934

Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.

Size: Three pages typed double sided, 8.5 x 11.

S#:
0376.12.0820
 
 
   
Date: 1934

Title: At Taliesin, January 6, 1935. Carbon Copy of an Unpublished Article by Taliesin Fellowship Apprentice Jim Thomson, January 6, 1935. 

Description: "Obedience." Possibly written for At Taliesin. Jim Thomson was an apprentice from 1934 - 1939. He published one article for At Taliesin, published on January 3, 1935 and January 8, 1937.

Page 1:

       The first of the two types of Obedience we have known all our lives--- the obedience of occasion, discipline of the moment. Rightly or wrongly the first lesson of the child is to learn to obey. There are a great many "you mustn't do that's", there are even more punishments for having done that. Each problem that arises is met by the child and the mother. The interests are not the same but the young one learns pretty well the grade that is expected. If the grade is not reached it must appear to have been Deceit, Jealousy, and misunderstanding clog the running. From the mothers point of view the child is being conditioned she knows, perhaps in which direction she wishes her child to go, but without the understanding her children meet the day leap by leap and often hop in the wrong direction. This kind of obedience is perhaps keeping the frost in the ground until it is safe for us to awake.

       We are still at times given direct commands to do things but for me the idea has undergone a complete change. At Taliesin a read has been pointed out. Social inertia, personal procrastination and therefore discipline, but no longer in the short sighted subjective way.

       Now as obedience to an idea, as truth to oneself, no longer does each problem require a different set of tools to work with, there has been a natural progression in our lives- ties have been broken but that does not mean that everything that has gone before was useless or even laughable. If there is any true continuity in the world a human being is that thing. "Many things are weeds to those not mindful of the workings of the universe". The retrospective should play no part in our lives unless it is treated in the light of experience to make the road ahead a little clearer. Things that are "out of drawing", or not apparent all at once, it is in obedience... Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.

Jim Thomson
Jan. 6 1934 5 (4 is striked, 5 is hand written.)

Size: Two pages typed single sided, 8.5 x 11.

S#:
0397.64.0920
 
   


Date: 1935

Title: At Taliesin, January 20, 1935. Carbon Copy of an Unpublished Article by Cornelia Brierly, January 20, 1935.

Description: Cornelia Brierly was an American architect and one of the first five women to study architecture at Carnegie Tech. She was the first female fellow of Frank Lloyd Wright (Wikipedia).
Page 1:
       Prudence, it has been said, is the virtue of the senses or the symbol that makes apparent our inner natures. And therefore as a science of appearances it cannot be detached for if detached it does not reveal the life of the Soul in the body. Prudence recognizes the presence of higher forces in its attempt to comply with the laws of time, space, climate, want, sleep, and death. To strengthen our bodies we comply with physical conditions around us- we accept weather, food and sleep as limitations-and to train our minds we must respect the laws of the intellect. It is a give and take proposition for if we care for the intellect alone or as some artists do-use their art as an excuse for intemperance, nature punishes our bodies. A great man's art never taught him intemperance. On the other hand if we think only of bodily development our minds become sluggish and laggard. There is a spurious prudence that believes the senses to be final wheras (sic) true prudence fixes its limitation upon sensualism by admitting that there is within us a real nature.
       I am not prudent for though I recognize intellectual values my reading is niggardly, my conversation too often of trifles. And though I understand the physical needs of my body I sacrifice its care in my enthusiasm for other pleasures. Then too, prudence consists of the integration of ones actions and beliefs. If you believe only in spiritual values don't grope at sensual pleasure. I dislike seeing animals killed, yet I imprudently keep a deerskin in my room and my coasts are trimmed with fur. Neither am I prudent in making money spend well nor in conversation. A friend wrote to me saying, "You are too hasty in answering certain people, being sarcastic and unintentionally intimidating or cutting.
       But on consideration of important questions you act wisely: looking ahead." another friend says, "A prudent man is one who exercises utmost... Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.
Cornelia Brierly
Jan 20, 1935.

Size: Four pages typed double sided, 8.5 x 11.

S#:
0397.61.0820
   
   
 
   
Date: 1935

Title: At Taliesin, March 22, 1935.

Description: Carbon Copy of an article published on March 22, 1935. Anonymous. "One midnight last week the Fellowship’s Hacienda was astir with commotion, then, soon all lights out, the big front gates closed and the Taliesin caravan again took to the open road. This time westward down through the desert and the mountains, across the Colorado and the Imperial Valley and onto California's grandiose Los Angeles. This was not a pleasure jaunt to see the sights of this money-mad paradise of the Pacific Coast but it was an architectural pilgrimage to the concrete residences already world-famous that have emanated from Taliesin's studio..." Published in At Taliesin, Henning, 1992, p.118-120. Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.

Size: Three pages, 8.5 x 11.

S#:
0397.55.0720
+  
   
Date: 1935

Title: Edgar Tafel, At Taliesin, March 27, 1935.

Description: Carbon Copy of an article written by Edgar Tafel. Frank Lloyd Wright - Should Madison City Hall Be Torn Down.
       A few days ago, while we were all working on the Broadacre Model, Mr. Wright walked out into the Patio with a letter in his hand that he wished to read us. Most often, these letters are from curious people, or people curiously interested in architecture. However, all these letters are interesting and informing to us, since we are removed from civilization and "The Public". The letter was from a Madison citizen asking architectural advice. That was curious. Madison, with a master at close range, hardly makes use of his services. The Madison citizen wanted to know which side of the city Hall tearing-down question Mr. Wright would be on. It seems as if Madison wants to show some progress, and presumably the quickest way is to show progress is to tear down landmarks.
       We asked Mr. Wright what he thought of ripping down the little sand stone building. Naturally, Mr. Wright’s answer was vigorous. He thinks Madison should keep it, and tear down most of its other buildings. The city Hall, unispiring (sic) as it may be, is a straightforward simple, dignified structure. It's lean Gothic tracery. The long narrow windows and the high ceilings, are distinguished, Tho it belongs to a period which has little to do with Wisconsin's soil or customs. There is a spirit of repose in its native stone. The building does not force itself upon the populace, or try to be anything that it isn't. One only needs to look across the street at the Capitol building, and see why the City Hall should stand, if many of the buildings are to stand.
       One could feel at home in the City Hall as he is dressed, but he would have to wear a Roman Toga for the same effect in the Capitol building. There are too few good buildings down by the ecclectics. Now Madison has a chance to keep one, even though it's face doesn't shining so brightly. If the building is to be torn down, how about the Roman bath across the street.
       Edgar Tafel
       Mar 27, 1934 (1935)
Note: Published in At Taliesin, Henning, 1992, p.120-122., and is dated 1935. Construction on the Broadacre model did not begin until November 1934. Single Sheet typed front and back. Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

S#:
0397.56.0720
 
   
Date: 1935

Title: Edgar Tafel. The Small House in Broadacre City. Circa 1935.

Description: Carbon Copy of an article written by Edgar Tafel. Construction of the Broadacre model begin in November 1934. It was crafted by the apprentices who worked with him at Taliesin. It was financed by Edgar Kaufmann. Broadacre City was shown publically for the first time April 15 to May 15, 1935 at the Industrial Arts Exposition in Rockefeller Center, New York. It consisted of architectural models and a full model 12 by 12 feet in size, of Broadacre City itself, complete with tiny forests, homes, schools, factories, farms, and more. Kaufmann then arranged to have the model displayed in Pittsburgh. The exposition opened on June 18 on the 11th floor of Kaufmann's store.

The Small House in Broadacre City.
       In the past, the small house that attempted to solve the low cost housing need, was an attempt to copy almost anything that wasn’t in its own price class. In Europe, the architects squeezed bits of the large features of the expensive houses, into a scrawney (sic) meager homestead. The Internationalists designed boxes, supplying the cold bare necessities. In America, the "subsistence" crime is quite evident.
The houses are neither cheap enough, nor made in fulfillment of their needs. They still copy the colonial, the five-holed facade still exists, the ornament is still there-but more scarce. They are building a cheap house. The owner knows he owns a cheap house, and knows its depreciation. The old building methods don't fit the new need.
       The Broadacre City small house-or minimum house-is designed with large scale prefabrication production in mind-and this does not mean repetition. The house is planned on a convenient unit system and size, simple enough in setup so that any craftsman couldn't go wrong. With this unit of construction, an inexpensive house can be built to fit an individual need.
       A large portion of the cost of the small house is eliminated by a standardized central utility stack, which provides the house with heater, kitchen and bath appurtenances. This is the only part of the minimum house that is necessarily uniform throughout the Broadacre City. Otherwise, the small houses are unlimited in design. There are three roof types; the Gable, Hip, and Flat. The flat roof is intended for the plains, but up on the slopes, the Pitched roof house will lend itself to the different geological condition. The minimum house, after built, is still capable of being enlarged by adding units of construction.
       At last, the owner of the low cost house can be proud of his home. For it is straightforward, simple, according to his means, and has every feeling of the home. His children sleep in the open sleeping porch and dress in their individual closets. The master has his own workshop, and garage nearby. The kitchen is light and airy, removed from the living room by a low screen. The total area of the house is small, the sense of space is unlimited. The quality of materials is as fine as in any of the larger houses. Essentially the only difference between the Broadacre large and small houses, is size, not quality.
       Edgar A. Tafel
Two pages. Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

S#:
0397.57.0720
 
   
Date: 1936

Title: At Taliesin, May 25, 1936. Carbon Copy of an article written by Frank Lloyd Wright on May 25, 1936.

Description: Published in The Capital Times, Madison, Wisconsin, May 29, 1936. Randy Henning refers to the article written by Frank Lloyd Wright, p.270, but does not include it in At Taliesin, Henning, 1992.

Page 1:
At Taliesin

       The silliest scares gratuitously handed out to Americans today are the "Red Menace", ergo Russia, and the "Yellow Peril", ergo Japan.

       How to be childlike does not necessarily detract from the individual happiness and wisdom in the grown-up... but to be childish necessarily does.

       When Newsprint and politicians ebb so low that these two puppet perils are set up and puppet strings are pulled by fingers, official or unofficial, and better to watch closely to see what really is going on in behind the attempted distraction.

       Yes, we have recently been accused of Russian Propaganda at the Taliesin Playhouse. We sincerely are interested in the art of the cinema as we are in other arts and to leave Russia out of our widening horizon would be like throwing Hamlet out of Hamlet because we didn't like Hamlets.

       Facts are there is no possible threat to America from Japan. I have lived and worked there myself long enough to know that. I am not so sure we are no threat to Japan.

       As for Russia – a guilty conscience alone could make the sincere Russian experiment resemble a menace to our Free people.

       Ourselves, the greatest propagandist on Earth (the English excepted) – we overrate propaganda naturally and are suspicious of it – just as naturally. But, why not see that Russian art is genuine and, because it is so, those issues by which Russians now live or die are engaging their attention and have become the subject matter of their art--cinema included? So why be suspicious and offended? If we were artistes at heart the same thing would be true of us and to some little extent it is true.

       One of our "Westerns" is as much propaganda, in this sense, as a "Soviet" film. The Soviet propagandizes – what do you suppose they propagandize – WORK. Our films propagandize anything but that.

       We at Taliesin are Interested in becoming citizens of this world not partisans of some little corner of it and so we try to widen our horizon of appreciation of life everywhere life is going forward in it... (End of Page 1)

Frank Lloyd Wright

Taliesin: Spring Green: Wisconsin
May 25,1936

Published in The Capital Times, Madison, Wisconsin, May 29, 1936. Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway.

Size: Two pages typed single sided, 8.5 x 13.

S#:
0404.37.0920
 
   
Date: 1936

Title: At Taliesin, May 29, 1936. Photograph of an article written by Frank Lloyd Wright on May 25, 1936.

Description: Published in The Capital Times, Madison, Wisconsin, May 29, 1936. Randy Henning refers to the article written by Frank Lloyd Wright, p.270, but does not include it in At Taliesin, Henning, 1992.

At Taliesin.

The silliest scares gratuitously handed out to Americans today are the "Red Menace", ergo Russia, and the "Yellow Peril", ergo Japan.

       How to be childlike does not necessarily detract from the individual happiness and wisdom in the grown-up... but to be childish necessarily does.

       When Newsprint and politicians ebb so low that these two puppet perils are set up and puppet strings are pulled by fingers, official or unofficial, and better to watch closely to see what really is going on in behind the attempted distraction.

       Yes, we have recently been accused of Russian Propaganda at the Taliesin Playhouse. We sincerely are interested in the art of the cinema as we are in other arts and to leave Russia out of our widening horizon would be like throwing Hamlet out of Hamlet because we didn't like Hamlets...

Size: 4 x 10 B&W photograph of an article written by Frank Lloyd Wright on May 25, 1936, published in The Capital Times, Madison, Wisconsin, May 29, 1936.

S#:
0404.38.1020
   
Date: 1936

Title: At Taliesin, July 15, 1936. Carbon Copy of an article written by Frank Lloyd Wright, dated July 15, 1936.

Description: Published in The Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, Wisconsin, July 9, 1936 (without masthead), and The Capital Times, Madison, Wisconsin, July 11, 1936 (with masthead). Also published in At Taliesin, Henning, 1992, p.211-212.

Page 1:

At Taliesin.

       Some People regard Taliesin and its Fellowship as an establishment. As time goes on the tendency grows to regard Taliesin as less and less the home of a creative architect and more and mores some kind of education al institution.

       Really it is no more like an institution than it was like one when Frank Lloyd Wright built it as a place in which to live and work. The apprenticeship then was never more than ten. Even with enlarged facilities at present apprenticeship will never be more than thirty. At one time the danger of institution loomed ahead. That was in the days when the first Taliesin prospectus was issued.

       But the danger soon became apparent and the plans of that date were discarded. Others were made intended to preserve individuality, flexibility, and original integrity or let us say, the integrity or originality that primarily characterized Taliesin.

       Taliesin will never be "established" nor well it ever be an institution. Nor will it become a popular success in any way while Frank Lloyd Wright lives. It will remain as it is - a slowly growing propaganda for creative work- its founder and owner on "one end of the log" whatever group may gather there on the other end in conference. But more especially it is a place in which to work together with him. Nevertheless Taliesin has a tradition. Perhaps the only cultural tradition America can call its own. That tradition is the birth and growth on American soil of the philosophy and ideals of an organic architecture.

       To live this is to live completely but are, more or less at the mercy of misunderstanding and prejudice which must have its "social rebels."

       Nor is the Taliesin Fellowship in any danger of becoming a mere cult. It Its leader despises "cults" too much for that to happen.

       So to regard Taliesin as an individual attempt to grow the creative artists America so sorely needs, a need developed rather than satisfied by her academic systems is to get Taliesin properly into focus and be able to understand its aims and the essential simplicity that characterizes them and the life lived there.

       Taliesin is so American in spirit as to be un-American in method and where technique is concerned it is already making a new technique. One it can call its own... (End of Page 1)

Frank Lloyd Wright
July 15,1936

Published in The Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, Wisconsin, July 9, 1936 (without masthead), and The Capital Times, Madison, Wisconsin, July 11, 1936 (with masthead). Also published in At Taliesin, Henning, 1992, p.211-212.

Size: Two pages typed single sided, 8.5 x 13. Acquired from the estate of Cary Caraway. (S#404.39)

S#:
0404.39.0920
 
   
Date: 1936

Title: At Taliesin, July 9, 1936.

Description: Photograph of an article written by Frank Lloyd Wright, dated July 15, 1936. Published in The Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, Wisconsin, on July 9, 1936.

At Taliesin.

       Some People regard Taliesin and its Fellowship as an establishment. As time goes on the tendency grows to regard Taliesin as less and less the home of a creative architect and more and mores some kind of education al institution.

       Really it is no more like an institution than it was like one when Frank Lloyd Wright built it as a place in which to live and work. The apprenticeship then was never more than ten. Even with enlarged facilities at present apprenticeship will never be more than thirty. At one time the danger of institution loomed ahead. That was in the days when the first Taliesin prospectus was issued.

       But the danger soon became apparent and the plans of that date were discarded. Others were made intended to preserve individuality, flexibility, and original integrity or let us say, the integrity or originality that primarily characterized Taliesin...

Size: 2.5 x 10 B&W photograph of an article written by Frank Lloyd Wright, published in The Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, Wisconsin, on July 9, 1936.

S#: 0404.40.1020
   
   
   
TALIESIN EYES
 
Date: 1938

Title: Taliesin Eyes - Nov. 12, 1938 - Vol. 1 No. 6 (Published by the Taliesin Fellowship, Spring Green, Wisc.)

Author: Mosher, Bob; Gros, Bob

Description: In 1938, the Taliesin Fellowship apprentices published single sheet "newspapers" in various sizes. They were published on October 1, 8, 15, 22, and Nov. 5, 12, 19 and 24, 1938. A total of eight issues were published. The last three issues included linoleum-cut illustrations. "Prelude: It won’t be long before the Taliesin Caravan for the fourth time takes to the Dodgeville road, south across the Mississippi and west to the Desert. The non-descript collection of conveyance of former years, superceeded by ‘Cherokee Reds’ will produce a brilliant silhouette against that kaleidoscopic backdrop of mountains and desert..." Includes one linoleum-cut illustration. (First Edition) (Sweeney 2038)

Size: 3.5 x 6, opens to 16.9 x 6.

Pages: Pp 5

S#: 2038.06.0911

   
   
   
TALIESIN TRACT
 

Mailing Envelope

Date: 1953

Title: Taliesin Tract, Number One (Published by Taliesin, Christmas 1953.)

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Dated Christmas 1953. This was numbered "One", indicating an intent to publish additional issues. No additional issues were published. Includes mailing envelope (First Edition) (Sweeney 2070)

Size:

Pages: Pp 5

S#: 2070.00.0600

   
   
   
MAN
 

Back Cover

Front Cover

Date: 1956

Title: Man: Frank Lloyd Wright Birthday, June 8, 1956

Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd

Description: Single sheet folded twice to 5.5 x 8.  Same text as Sweeney 2070, but different layout. (Sweeney 2071)

Size:

Pages: Pp 6

S#: 2071.00.0404

   
   
   
ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH, SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA
Date: 1964

Title: Ascension Lutheran Church, William Wesley Peters Designed 1964.

Description: The Ascension Lutheran Church was designed by William Wesley Peters and completed in 1964. Clipping pasted to verso: "An intricately patterned cross of gold was designed by Taliesin’s architects for the new Ascension Lutheran Church, Scottsdale, Ariz. It was completed earlier this year." Stamped on clipping: "Su Oct 18 1964."

Size: Original 8.25 x 8.25 B&W photograph.

S#:
1596.75.0919
   
   
   
BANK OF SPRING GREEN, SPRING GREEN, WISCONSIN
   
Date: 1974

Title: Bank of Spring Green 1974 (Taliesin Associated Architects).

Description: Set of five 35 mm slides photographed in 1974, two years after completion of the Bank of Spring Green, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Designed by William Wesley Peters, completed in 1972. The circular theme is carried throughout the building. Constructed of native limestone, and oak paneling in the interior. The windows are set in precast concrete, tinted to blend with the limestone. Natural sunlight enters the building through a continuous band of windows as well as a skylight. Photographed by Douglas M. Steiner, September 1974.

Size: 35mm color slides, 12.5 x 8.25 High Res digital image.

S#:
1963.19.0917 (1-5)
   

1A) Detail Bank of Spring Green, viewed from the Southwest, left side. (S#1963.19.0917-1)
   

1B) Detail Bank of Spring Green, viewed from the Southwest, center. (S#1963.19.0917-1)
   

2) Bank of Spring Green, viewed from the West. (S#1963.19.0917-2)
   

2A) Window detail Bank of Spring Green, viewed from the West. (S#1963.19.0917-2)
   

2B) Detail of the front door, Bank of Spring Green, viewed from the West. (S#1963.19.0917-2)
   

3) Bank of Spring Green, viewed from the Southwest. (S#1963.19.0917-3)
   

3A) Window detail, Bank of Spring Green. (S#1963.19.0917-3)
   

4) Bank of Spring Green, viewed from the West. (S#1963.19.0917-4)
   

4A) Detail of the Bank of Spring Green. (S#1963.19.0917-4)
   

5) Bank of Spring Green, viewed from the Southeast. (S#1963.19.0917-5)
   

5A) Detail of back door, Bank of Spring Green. (S#1963.19.0917-5)
   
Date: Circa 1980

Title: Bank of Spring Green, exterior view, circa 1980's (Taliesin Associated Architects - 1972).

Description: "Bank of Spring Green, Spring Green, Wisconsin." Verso: "Bank of Spring Green, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Architecture by Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, William Wesley Peters, Chief Architect. Pub. And Photo by Lou Coopey, Richland Center, Wisconsin 53581. Made by Dexter Press, Inc. West Nyack, New York. 18299-D." (For dating: "-B" tends to be from the 1960s, "-C" tends to be from the 1970's, "-D" the 80's)

Size: 9 x 4

ST#: 1980.33.0914

   
Date: Circa 1980

Title: Bank of Spring Green, interior view, circa 1980's (Taliesin Associated Architects - 1972).

Description: "Bank of Spring Green, Spring Green, Wisconsin." Verso: "Bank of Spring Green, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Architecture by Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, William Wesley Peters, Chief Architect. Pub. And Photo by Lou Coopey, Richland Center, Wisconsin 53581. Made by Dexter Press, Inc. West Nyack, New York. 11101-D." (For dating: "-B" tends to be from the 1960s, "-C" tends to be from the 1970's, "-D" the 80's)

Size: 9 x 4

ST#: 1980.34.0914

   
Flap
Date: Circa 1980

Title: Bank of Spring Green, Match Book Cover Circa 1980's (Taliesin Associated Architects - 1972).

Description: "Bank of Spring Green." (Produced by Universal Match, Milwaukee. Front: Exterior view of the Bank of Spring Green. Verso: Interior view of the Bank of Spring Green.

Size: 2" x 2"

ST#:
1980.38.0418
 
   
   
SNOW FLAKE MOTEL
   




Date: Circa 1955

Title: Snow Flake Motel, Project Circa 1955. Aerial perspective of Snow Flake Motel.

Description: Text bottom left corner, "Snow Flake." Red Square. Copy photograph of illustration. Published in "The Art of Frank Lloyd Wright, Krasl Art Center," Scott Elliot, 1994. Caption: "Aerial perspective of Snow Flake Motel, St. Joseph, Michigan, Ca. 1955. Pencil and pastel on brown tissue, 36 x 60 inches." In a recent e-mail from Scott Elliott, "Mrs. Sarkesian, the wife of the original client, confirmed that it (the drawing) was done in 1955. It's sometimes hard to tell who the actual draughtsman was by the mid 50s. Could be Peterson or Howe. Sometimes Wright just added trees, foliage and other atmospherics. Of course, he would have considered it entirely his, and rightly so. I happen to think this one could be all or mostly by his hand." From 2006: According to Scott Elliott: "(He) believes the Snowflake Motel in Lincoln Township was designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, contrary to what most people think. Many people believe the building was designed around 1960 by William Wesley Peters of Taliesin Associates. Peters was Wright's son-in-law and a draftsman for Wright. But Elliott has a detailed drawing from Wright's office showing the Snowflake Motel, and said that drawing was completed around 1955. Elliott said Sahig and
Christina Sarkisian, the original owners of the Snowflake, approached Wright around 1955 to design the motel. A lack of financing delayed the project until the early 1960s, he said. Wright died in 1959.... Elliott... said he bought the drawing from one of the Snowflake owners in the late 1980s or early 1990s. The owner told him the Sarkisians had first approached Wright's office around 1955, and that's when the drawing was made." As far as absolutely unquestionable proof, I don't have that," Elliott said. "It's what I would say is a very reliable oral history."Elliott said it's likely that Peters took credit for the design when he completed the commission. Peters may have been the original draftsman, though Elliott said he thinks it's "far more likely" that chief draftsman Jack Howe did that work. Peters' later drawings of the building are marked differently, and the drawing is "clearly from an earlier period," Elliott said."I believe absolutely certainly that this is an original Wright concept and design," Elliott said. "But even if all this weren't true … the concept, the design is so good and so pure in terms of following Wright's principles and ideas. There isn't an idea anywhere (in the design) that doesn't stem from Wright's design philosophy." The Herald Palladium, St. Joseph, Michigan, William F. Ast III, January 21, 2006. Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer does not list the Snow Flake Motel in "Frank Lloyd Wright, Complete Works 1943-1959," 2009.

Size: 10 x 6.5 Color Photograph.

S#:
1092.107.0618
   
Date: Circa 1961

Title: Snow Flake Hotel Circa 1961 (Taliesin Associated Architects - 1961).

Description: Three views of the motel. "Snow Flake Motel. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Verso: "Snow Flake Motel. 135 Lake Shore Drive, St. Joseph, MI 49085. 57 air-conditioned - soundproof rooms with TV, direct dial phones, and individual ice makers. Heated swimming pools, mirror pool with fountains and colored lights and children's pool. Cocktail lounge, coffee shop and conference rooms. Located on business I-94 just five minutes south of Saint Joseph - Benton Harbor, Michigan. Phone (616) 429-3261. Snow Flake Motel. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Photographed and published by Penred Studio, Burrian Center, Michigan. Made by Dexter Press, Inc. West Nyack, New York. 92656-B." (For dating: "-B" tends to be from the 1960s, "-C" tends to be from the 1970's, "-D" the 80's)

Size: 3.5 x 5.5

S#:
1483.34.0618
   
Date: Circa 1964

Title: Snow Flake Motel Circa 1964 (Taliesin Associated Architects - 1961).

Description: View of the motel from the center. "Snow Flake Motel. Designed by
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation." Aerial view of motel. Verso: "Snow Flake Motel. 3822 Red Arrow Hwy., St. Joseph, MI 49085. ‘Michigan's Most Unique Motel.’ 58 Spacious Rooms - Colored TV - Direct Dial Phones - Swimming Pool - Cocktail Lounge - Restaurant - Cable - 4 Miles from Swimming Beach at Lake Michigan. Located 1 Mile North of I-94 - Exit 23, just 5 minutes south of Saint Joseph Michigan. Snow Flake Motel. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. #8187-E." According to the National Registry of Historic Places: "Around 1958, Sahag Sarkisian. a wealthy oriental rug dealer in St. Joseph . approached Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin Fellowship (which became Taliesin Associated Architects after Wright's death) about designing a unique luxury motel for his recently purchased property... Sarkisian got the idea to consult Wright from his friend Carl Schultz, who had just moved into his new residence in St. Joseph designed by the architect. The extent of Wright's direct involvement in the design remains unclear, but he is said to have flown over the proposed site and approved it . (1) (Interview with Carlene Lymburner. who with her husband purchased the Snow Flake from Sarkisian in 1979. 1 December 1997.) ...Sarkisian signed the contract with Taliesin Associated Architects in June 1960, and Peters signed the complete set of plans and specifications on 30 August. Construction finally began in the summer of 1961, and the eye-catching hostelry, now called the Snow Flake Motel, opened for business the following year."
       But, according to Scott Elliott: "(He) believes the Snowflake Motel in Lincoln Township was designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, contrary to what most people think. Many people believe the building was designed around 1960 by William Wesley Peters of Taliesin Associates. Peters was Wright's son-in-law and a draftsman for Wright. But Elliott has a detailed drawing from Wright's office showing the Snowflake Motel, and said that drawing was completed around 1955. Elliott said Sahig and Christina Sarkisian, the original owners of the Snowflake, approached Wright around 1955 to design the motel. A lack of financing delayed the project until the early 1960s, he said. Wright died in 1959.... Elliott... said he bought the drawing from one of the Snowflake owners in the late 1980s or early 1990s. The owner told him the Sarkisians had first approached Wright's office around 1955, and that's when the drawing was made." As far as absolutely unquestionable proof, I don't have that," Elliott said. "It's what I would say is a very reliable oral history. "Elliott said it's likely that Peters took credit for the design when he completed the commission. Peters may have been the original draftsman, though Elliott said he thinks it's "far more likely" that chief draftsman Jack Howe did that work. Peters' later drawings of the building are marked differently, and the drawing is "clearly from an earlier period," Elliott said."I believe absolutely certainly that this is an original Wright concept and design," Elliott said. "But even if all this weren't true … the concept, the design is so good and so pure in terms of following Wright's principles and ideas. There isn't an idea anywhere (in the design) that doesn't stem from Wright's design philosophy." The Herald Palladium, St. Joseph, Michigan, William F. Ast III, January 21, 2006. Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer does not list the Snow Flake Motel in "Frank Lloyd Wright, Complete Works 1943-1959," 2009.

Size: 3.5 x 5.5

S#:
1596.69.0518
   
   
   
JOURNAL OF THE TALIESIN FELLOWSHIP
   
  1990 (1-3)    1991 (4-5)    1992 (6-8)    1993 (9-11)    1994 (12-16)    1995 (17-18)    1996 (19-20)    1997 (21-22)    1998 (23)    1999 (24-25) 
  2000 (26)    2006 (27)    2007 (28-30)    2008 (31-32)    2009 (33-34)    2010 (35-36)    2011 (37)    2012 (38)    2013 (39-41)    2014 (42)    2015 (45-47)    2016 (48-49)    2017 (50-51) 
   
1990
   
Date: 1990

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 1, Spring 1990 (Published three times in 1990 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Carney, Richard;   7) Wright, Eric Lloyd   8) Heyman, Mark;  
9) Besinger, Chris;  10) Storrer, Bradley

Description: 1) From Taliesin.   2) Mission Statement. Sighed by Paul Bogart, Robert Clark, Don Fairweather, John Geiger, Bradley Storrer, Louis Wiehle, Eric Lloyd Wright.   3) Updates: Zimmerman, Freeman and Hollyhock Houses.   4) News: Fay Jones is first Taliesin Fellow to Receive AIA Gold Medal.  
5) Restoring Frank Lloyd Wright Office at Taliesin West.   6) Earthquake repairs to Hanna House Estimated at $1,000.000. 7) Assessing the Character of Wright’s Legacy.   8) Lawrence Memorial Library Remains Spark Restoration Effort.   9) Auguste Perret Visits Taliesin.   10) Book Review: Romanza. Includes seven photographs and two illustrations. Original List Price $8.33. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5.

Pages: Pp 20

ST#: 1990.77.0710

   
Date: 1990

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 2, Fall 1990 (Published three times in 1990 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   2) Cantalupo, Cathaline   3) Stevens, Dennis   4) Ahern, Rich  
5) Geiger, John   6) Komanecky, Michael

Description: 1) Rebuilt Hollyhock Furniture Re-stablishes Scale for Living Room.   2) Guggenheim Call Addition "Restoration".   3) A Day at the Auction, Or, How to Strip a Prairie house for Fun and Profit (Coonley). 4) The neglected Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright.   5) A Sujmmer’s Work - Not in The Taliesin Drafting Room (Neils House)   6) Realizing Wright’s Usonian Design for the Zimmermans. Includes thirteen photographs and four illustrations. Original List Price $8.33. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 24

ST#: 1990.78.0710

   
Date: 1990

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 3, Winter 1990-91 (Published three times in 1990 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   3) Stevens, Arthur Dennis   5) Masselink, Ben   6) Grant, Roderick  
7) Heyman, Mark 8) Brierly, Cornelia

Description: 1) FLlW Oral History Project Planning Begins at Wingspread Conference    2) Work of FllW Apprentices to Be Subject of First Major Critical Study   3) Recollection - Masonry 101. Classes at Taliesin Not in the Collegiate Mold    4) Recollection - Christmas, 1940. Desert Storm Isolates Taliesin in a Sea of Mud   5) Critique of a Restoration. God Is Also in the Dan House Details    6) Biozarre FBI File on Wright Exposed by Phoenix Newspaper.    7) A Trip to Buffalo. How the Taliesin Theater Acquired Its Door Handles   8) Changing Patterns, 1934. Historic [and Other] Events of a First Fellowship Year. Includes nine photographs. Original List Price $8.33. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5.

Pages: Pp 24

ST#: 1990.79.0710

   
1991
   
Date: 1991

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 4, Summer 1991 (Published Two times in 1991 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Benton, John   2) Geiger, John   3) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks  
4) Wiehle, Louis   5) Besinger, Curtis

Description: 1) A Farewell to Wes   2) What Did Mr. Wright Mean By "Organic"?   3) As Catalyst for Fallingwater, Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. Made A Noble Contribution   4) Review of Exhibition. Something Out of Focus in "Wright in Hollywood".   5) Cartier-Bresson Visit With FLLW. A Trace of Catalonian Mystique at Taliesin?   6) Lautner Work Sets Benchmark For Future of Organic Architecture. Includes seventeen photographs and three illustrations. Original List Price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 24

ST#: 1991.56.0710

   
Date: 1991

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 5, Winter 1991 (Published Two times in 1991 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Manson, Grant Carpenter   2-4) Grant, Roderick   5) Wiehle, Louis
6) Guggenheimer, Tobias

Description: 1) The Wonderful World of Taliesin: My Twenty Years on Its Fringes.   2) Book Reviews: Frank Lloyd Wright by Marie Costantino.   3) Book Reviews: An Architecture for Democracy. The Marin County Civic Center by Aaron Green.   4) Book Reviews: At Taliesin by Randolph Henning.   5) The Work of John Howe. Assured Interpretation of Wright’s Principles.   6) John Howe Reminisces. From 18 Years Old Apprentice to FLLW's Chief Assistant. Includes fifteen photographs and seven illustrations. Original List Price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 24

ST#: 1991.57.0710

   
1992
   
Date: 1992

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 6, Spring 1992 (Published three times in 1992 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Mueller, Marilyn; Guerrero, Pete; Gill, Gratton   2) Grant, Roderick
3) Bogart, Paul   4) Komanecky, Michael   5) Grant, Roderick   6) Masselink, Ben  
7) Sweeney, Robert L.   8) Storrer, Bradley

Description: 1) Forum   2) "Shining Brow": The Opera   3) Fellows Plan Three Day Celebration in Los Angeles for FLLW 125th.   4) Morton Delson and The Kalil House. The Making of a "Usonian Automatic"  
5) Book Review: To See Without Being Seen. The Wright Space.   6) Wes: A Fable   7) Work of Wallace E. Cunningham   8) FLLW Archives Calls for Slides From Taliesin Fellows. Includes 20 photographs and 13 illustrations. Original List Price $11.75. Two copies. One copy gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1992.50.0305, 1992.68.0710

   
Date: 1992

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 7, Summer 1992 (Published three times in 1992 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Grant, Roderock   2) Cusack, Victor A.   3) Weil, Martin Eli
4) Wiehle, Louis   5) Carney, Dick   6) Rattenbury, John; Roy, Arnold   7) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks
8) Casey, Thomas   9) Loope, R. Nicholas   10) Lucas, Suzette   11) Grant, Roderick  
12) Cusack, Victor A.

Description: 1) Capacity Crowd Joins in FLLW 125th.   2) A Farewell to Bob Mosher 1909-1992.
3) Hanna Honeycomb House Restoration Outlined.   4) FLLW Foundation Looks to Future.
5) Land Swap Secures Buffer Zone for Taliesin West.   6) Master Plan.   7) Archives Makes FLLW Legacy Available to World.   8) From Taliesin Fellowship to Accredited School of Architecture.  
9) Transition of Leadership for Taliesin Architects.   10) Financial Goals and Fund Raising Programs.
11) The ‘Oakland Philosophy' Ascendant. 12) Two New York Exhibitions: A Study in Contrasts. Includes six photographs and three illustrations. Original List Price $11.75.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 28

ST#: 1992.51.0305, 1992.69.0710

   
Date: 1992

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 8, Fall 1992 (Published three times in 1992 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Wiehle, Louis   2) Geiger, John   3) Bassham, Ben
4) Reidy, Peter   5) Grant, Roderick   6) Marcial, Jose

Description: 1) Fellowship’s 60th Birthday: "Especially Designed..."   2) Taliesin, Midway, hillside, and a Visitor Center .   3) FLLW, Henry Ford and the Road Back to the Farm.   4) Books: Frank Lloyd Wright Between Principle and Form. By Laseau and Tice.   5) Books: At Taliesin. By Randolph Henning.
6) The Magical Realm. Wright’s Heightened Consciousness Touched All. Includes fifteen photographs and three illustrations. Original List Price $13.75. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 24

ST#: 1992.70.0710

   
1993
   
Date: 1993

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 9, Winter 1992 - 93 (Published three times in 1993 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis 1) Masselink, Ben 2) De Long, James 3) Grant, Roderick 4) Storrer, Bradley R. 5) Crista, Heloise

Description: 1) Taliesin Vintners. 2) How Mr. Wright Saved me from the Coils of College. 3) Hollyhock House: Given due attention in Print, but slighted in City Budget (Review of four books). 4) Schindler - Wright Exchange. 5) Modeling the Head of Frank Lloyd Wright. Includes thirteen photographs. Original List Price $13.75. Two copies. One copy gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 24

ST#: 1993.41.0305, 1993.62.0710

   
Date: 1993

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 10, Spring 1993 (Published three times in 1993 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Guggenheimer, Tobias   2) Loope, R. Nicholas   3) Korab, Baltazar
4) Hoffmann, Donald   5-6) Grant, Roderick   7) Bennett, Janey

Description: 1) Fay Jones Symposium.   2) "Talking at Taliesin": Reflections on a Roundtable Discussion.    3) Tracing a Road Through the Domains of Masters.   4) Wichita Symposium. Usonia the Beautiful: the Dreams and the Realities.   5) Books. Frank Lloyd Wright. A Biography by Secrest.   6) Books. Frank Lloyd Wright. Remembered by Meehan.   7) Structural Elegance and a Sense of Reverent Space. Includes thirty-three photographs and nine illustrations. Original List Price $13.75. Two copies. One copy gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1993.42.0305, 1993.63.0710

   
Date: 1993

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 11 Summer 1993 (Published three times in 1993 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Kappe, Shelly   2) Storrer, Brandley; Wiehle, Louis   3) Grant, Roderick

Description: 1) "In the Cause of Architecture" Symposium Draws 200 to Fellows’ Event.   2) A Conversation with Vladimir Karfik. Architect Worked for Both Le Corbusier and Wright.   3) Edmund Teske, Photographer. A selection from Work for Frank Lloyd Wright. Includes nineteen photographs (eight by Teske) and three illustrations. Original List Price $13.75. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1993.64.0710

   
1994
   
Date: 1994

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 12 Winter 1993-1994 (Published four times in 1994 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Wiehle, Louis   3) Hoffmann, Donald   4) Cusack, Victor A. 
5) Reidy, Peter   6) Sweeney, Robert L.

Description: 1) Malibu Fire Engulfs Eric and Mary Wright Property But Much is Saves.   2) MOMA’s Massive FLLW Exhibit Opens February 20.   3) The Builder at Bear Run.   4) Guggenheim Redux   5) Books: About Wright: Recollection by Those Who Knew Him, By Tafel.   6) John son Compound, Death Valley. A Long Misunderstood Wright Design for California.   7) Two New Lautner Design Shaped by Client Specifics. Includes fifteen photographs and twenty-five illustrations. Original List Price $10.00. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1994.58.0710

   
Date: 1994

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 13-14 Spring -Summer 1994 (Published four times in 1994 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Wiehle, Louis    3) Cusack, Victor, A.    4) Wiehle, Louis 
5) Masselink, Ben    6) Grant, Roderick    7) Reidy, Peter   8) Heyman, Mark   9) Wiehle, Louis

Description: 1) A Lifelike Dream House   2) Courtyard House in Rancho Santa Fe   3) Two Retrospectives in Retrospect. Frank Lloyd Wright at the MOMA: Shows in 1940 and 1994 Compared and Contrasted.  
4)
Frank Lloyd Wright at the MOMA 1994. Includes comments by Kamal Amin, Fred Chriss, Darrel Couturier, Wallace Cunningham, Grattan Fill, Roderick Grant, Aaron G. Green, Tobias Guggenheimer, Mark Heyman, Thomas Olson, John Reed, Roland Reisley, William Storrer, Merle Sykora, Eric Lloyd Wright.
5) Run Up.   6) Books: The
Frank Lloyd Wright Companion, Storrer, 1993.   7) Books: Usonia, Frank Lloyd Wright's Design for America, Rosenbaum, 1993.   8) Books: Frank Lloyd Wright, The Lost years 1910-1922, Alofsin, 1993.   9) Books: Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect, Riley, 1994. Includes forty-five photographs and twelve illustrations. Original List Price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 48

ST#: 1994.59.0710

   
Date: 1994

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 15 Fall 1994 (Published four times in 1994 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis  1) Merchell, Anthony A.  2) Benton, John  4) Grant, Roderick

Description: 1) John E. Lautner, 1933-39. 2) Allan J. Gelbin, 1949-53. 3) Eight Architects, Eight Projects: Caciola: Hollywood Hills; Dyson: Madera County, CA; Green: Pebble Beach; Jones, Jennings: Whittier, CA; Liebhardt: La Jolla, CA; Stricker, Seattle; Swaback, Pinnacle Peak, AZ; Wiehle, Los Angeles. 4) Books: Wright in Hollywood, Sweney, 1994. Includes thirty-one photographs and forty-two illustrations. Original List Price $12.50. Number of copies printed: 700. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5.

Pages: Pp 28

ST#: 1994.60.0710

   
Date: 1994

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 16 Winter 1994 (Published four times in 1994 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Geiger, John W.

Description: 1) A Season’s Greeting to All Our Members and Friends.   2) Taliesin Fellow Biographical Questionnaire. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size:

Pages: Pp 4

ST#: 1994.61.0710

   
1995
   
Date: 1995

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 17 Spring 1995 (Published two times in 1995 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Grant, Roderick   2) Laraway, Frank   3) Wegg, Talbot
4) Webb, Michael   5) Heyman, Mark

Description: 1) James De Long Houses Honored as City Cultural Monuments.   2) Nari’s Rock.
3) The Other Side of Wartime "Cloverleaf" Housing Story.   4) Books: John Lautner, Architect. Escher, 1994. 5) Book: My Father Who is on Earth. Wright, 1994. Includes twenty-six photographs and twenty-four illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5.

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1995.53.0710

   
Date: 1995

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 18 Summer 1995 (Published two times in 1995 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Sykora, Merle   2) Ed. By Escher, Frank   3) Reidy, Peter

Description: 1) Fellows’ Auldbrass Tour Gathers 200 Enthusiasts.   2) John Lautner, A Tribute. Over fifty tributes including Julius Shulman, Herb Greene and Bruno Zevi.   3) Books: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Meaning of Material. Patterson, 1994. Includes thirty-nine photographs and nine illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 40

ST#: 1995.54.0710

   
1996
   
Date: 1996

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 19 Spring 1996 (Published two times in 1996 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Wiehle, Louis   1) Van Doren, Phyllis   2) Levine, Neil   3) Heyman, Mark; Komanecky, Michael   4) Kingsbury, Pamela D.

Description: 1) Reclaiming Sea and Sky   2) Frank Lloyd Wright and His/story. An Inclusive View.
3) Books: Working with Mr. Wright: What It Was Like. Besinger, 1995.   4) Author, Architect, Teacher, Curtis Besinger Is Also Meticulous Observer. Includes nineteen photographs and twenty-one illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1996.64.0710

   
Date: 1996

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 20 Winter 1996 (Published two times in 1996 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: De Long, James   1 & 2) Holzhueter, John O.   3) Masselink, Ben   4) Heyman, Mark
5) Grant, Roderick   6) Benton, John

Description: 1) Cudworth Beye, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Yahara River Boathouse, 1905.
2) How the Beye Letters Were Discovered.   3) The Bridge Café   4) Books:
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana House. Hoffmann, 1996.   5) Philip Johnson: Life and Work. Schulze, 1994.   6) John de Koven Hill, 1920-1996. Includes five photographs and fourteen illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. Number of copies printed: 1,000. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1996.65.0710

   
1997
   
Date: 1997

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 21 Spring 1997 (Published two times in 1997 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: De Long, James   1) Grant, Roderick   2) De Long, James   3 - 5) Reidy, Peter
6) Wolski, Mary Jane   7) Rattenbury, John

Description: 1) Wright and Rand   2) The Way it Was   3) Books: Letters of Ayn Rand. Berliner, 1995.
4) From Fallingwater to The Fountainhead   5) Books: Details of
Frank Lloyd Wright: The California Work, 1909-1974. Zimmerman, Dunham, 1994.   6) Chicago Opera Theater to Perform Shining Brow 
7) Kay Schneider Rattenbury. Includes eleven photographs and nineteen illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1997.49.0710

   
Date: 1997

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 22 Summer 1997 (Published two times in 1997 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: De Long, James   1) Grant, Roderick   2) Beharka, Robert   3) Reidy, Peter
4) Quinan, Jack   5) Reidy, Peter   6) De Long, James

Description: 1) Robert Beharka and the Countenance of Principle.   2) Retrospection. A Personal Recollection.   3) A Porfolio of Wright’s Farm Designs.   4) A Progress Report: The Darwin D. Martin House.   5) Books: Down to Earth: An Insider’s View of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Tomek House. Moran, 1995.
6) Grant Carpenter Manson, 1904-1997. Includes fifteen photographs and thirty-four illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1997.50.0710

   
1998
   
Date: 1998

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 23 Summer 1998 (Published one time in 1998 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: De Long, James  1) Kronick, Richard L.  2) Schmidt, Marlene  3) Grant, Roderick
4) Waters, Katrina K.  5) Storrer, Bradley R.

Description: 1) "The Pencil in Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hand." An interview of Howe, June 4, 1987.
2) To our Architect John Henry Howe, a small belated note of gratitude in appreciation of his elegantly eloquent life.   3) Books: Unity Temple: Frank Lloyd Wright and Architecture for Liberal Religion.
4) Elizabeth Bauer Kassler, 1904-1998.   5) Richard E. Carney, 1923-1998. Number of copies printed: 1,000. Includes eleven photographs and seven illustrations. Original List Price $50.00. Two copies, One copy gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 1998.45.0902, 1998.62.0710

   
1999
   
Date: 1999

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 24 Spring 1999 (Published two time in 1999 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: De Long, James  1) Memin, Frances   2) Erickson, Don    4) Grant, Roderick 
5) Carleton, Gwen   6) Cusack, Victor A.  7) Charlton, Jim

Description: 1) Trees For Taliesin.   2) No, Don... Don’t So It.   3) Don Erickson: The Work.
4) Books: Frank Lloyd Wright and Midway Gardens. Kruty.   5) Herbert Fritz Jr., 1915 - 1998.
6) Jim Charlton, 1919-1998.   7) A Life. Jim Charlton brief Autobiography. Includes thirteen photographs and nine illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 20

ST#: 1999.62.0710

   
Date: 1999

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 25 Fall 1999 (Published two time in 1999 by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: De Long, James  1) Beeby, Tom

Description: 1) Emerson, Wright and Unity Temple. Includes four photographs and three illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11

Pages: Pp 16

ST#: 1999.63.0710

   
2000
   
Date: 2000

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 26 Summer 2000 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Los Angeles)

Author: Editor: Keledjian, Chris   1) Geiger, John; Hutt, Dana    2) Reed, O.P.; Masselink, Gene 
3) Hammons, Mark   4) Geiger, John; Cox, Val M.; Gill, Grattan; Laraway, Frank; Laing, Yen
5) Storrer, Bradley R.   6) Kingsbury, Pamela D.

Description: 1) Introduction: Eugene "Gene" Masselink.   2) 1910 1962, Masselink.   3) Dyson. The Architecture of Arthur Dyson.   4) Reviews: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship. Marty.
5) In Memory. John Hemingway Benton.   6) Curtis Wray Besinger 1914-1999. Includes thirty-two photographs and five illustrations. Original List Price $25.00. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 9 x 10.25.

Pages: Pp 30

ST#: 2000.61.0710

   
2006
   
Date: 2006

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 027 Autumn 2006 (Published by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal   2) Fader, Marsha   3) Sidy, Victor; Morosco, Gerald Lee; Allsopp, Phil  4) Dodge, David    5) Wright, Thomas; Chesley, Kate   6) Marty, Myron   7) Walker, Tony

Description: 1) President’s Letter.   2) Enhancing The Grid: Apprentices in Europe.   3) Letters To The Fellows.   4) At 21 I Came to Taliesin. The Work of David Dodge.   5) The Desert Shelters: Trevor Pan.   6) Noteworthy Books.   7) Chronicles: Autumn 06.   8) Calendar. Includes 18 photographs.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 24

ST#:
2006.62.0918
   
2007
   
Date: 2007

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 028 Spring 2007 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal   2) Chesley, Kate   3) Sidy, Victor; Allsopp, Phil   4) Fader, Marsha   5) Thompson, Kimbal   6) Williams, Ada Rose; Mahoney, Russell   7) Dawsari, Elizabeth   8) Thompson, Kimbal   9) Marty, Myron   10) Walker, Tony; Wright, Thomas

Description: 1) President’s Letter.   2) Box Phase II. Presentations & Critiques.   3) Letters To The Fellows.   4) The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. "Apprnetis En Charrette."   5) Architect Rustam C. J. Patell.   6) Apprentice "Pod Project."   7) "The Box" Story.   8) Hurricaneproof Home by Architect Calvin L. Stempel.   9) Noteworthy Books.   10) Chronicles: Spring 07.   11) Calendar.   12) 75th Anniversary of the Founding of the Taliesin Fellowship. Includes 88 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 28

ST#:
2007.86.0918
   
Date: 2007

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 029 Summer 2007 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal   2) Lynch, Mark   3) Sidy, Victor; Allsopp, Phil   4) Symietz, Andreas   5) Smith, Blake   6) Thompson, Kimbal   7) Nisbit, Earl   8) George, Simon   9) Thompson, Kimbal   10 & 11) Fader, Marsha   12) Walker, Anthony; Wright, Thomas   13) Nemtin, Frances

Description: 1) President’s Letter.   2) Foundation News.   3) Letters To The Fellows.   4) Building Upon My Taliesin Experience.   5) Apprentice Shelter.   6) Architect Larry Brink   7) Mr. Wright’s Grader.   8) Compactcare: A Rehabilitation Clinic for Respiratory Patients in Rotterdam.   9) Charette At Taliesin.   10) Taliesin: Professional Practice: 2007.   11) Noteworthy DVD and Books.   12) Chronicles: Summer 07.   13) Calendar.   14) 75th Anniversary of the Founding of the Taliesin Fellowship. Includes 44 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 28

ST#:
2007.87.0918
   
Date: 2007

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 030 Autumn 2007 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal   2) Lynch, Mark   3) Wright, Thomas   4) Babcock, Treacy   5) Sidy, Victor   6) Allsopp, Phil   8) Montooth, Charles   9) Barthelemy, Tom   10) Wright, Thomas   11) Walker, Anthony; Wright, Thomas   12) Berndtson, Indira   13) Cusack, Victor   14) Otytyenheimer, John   15) Geroges, Aris

Description: 1) President’s Letter.   2) Foundation News.   3) Editor’s Word   4) Letters To The Fellows.   5) Dean’s Message.   6) Foundation CEO Message.   7) Taliesin Fellows News. Welcome new board members.   8) The Prairie School.   9) The Migration.   10) Painter / Sculptor Val M. Cox.   11) Chronicles: Autumn 07.   12) Voices: Robert K. Mosher (32-42) - Taliesin Giving a continuing history.   13) The Pied Piper at Yale.   14) Noteworthy Book.   15) Decoding A Genuine Taliesin Nonesuch.   16) Calendar. 17) 75th Anniversary of the Founding of the Taliesin Fellowship. Includes 56 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 28

ST#:
2007.88.0918
   
2008
   
Date: 2008

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 031 Spring 2008 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Thompson, A. Kimbal; Schiffner, Charles   2) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal   3) Sidy, Victor   4) Allsopp, Phil   5) Fader, Marsha   6) Novie, Jan   7) Thompson, Kimbal   8) Ward, Dr. Evan     9) Hanblen, Caroline   10) Berndtson, Indira   11) Walker, Anthony; Wright, Thomas   12) Hudson, Katelyn   13) Marty, Myron

Description: 1) President’s Letters.   2) Editor’s Word.   3) Dean’s Letter.   4) Foundation CEO Message.   5) Variations on a Theme: The Grand Tour.   6) The 75th Reunion.   7) The work of Nezam Amery.   8) Before Dubai: Nezam Amery and the Dream of Iranian Tourism.   9) Taliesin Arts & Cultural Program.   10) Voices. Yen Liang (32-34) "Remembering Yen Liang."   11) Chronicles: Spring 08.   12) Nawantale. Uganda Community School Project, Inc.   13) Noteworthy Books.   14) Calendar. Includes 93 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5.

Pages: Pp 36

ST#:
2008.42.0918
   
Date: 2008

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 032 Fall 2008 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Schiffner, Charles Robert 2) Sidy, Victor 3) Thompson, Arthur Kimbal 4) Fader, Marsha 5) Jorda, Saskia 6) Spencer, Brian 7) Berndtson, Indira 8) Keding, Richard 9) Barthelemy, Tom 10) Walker, Anthony; Wright, Thomas 11) Famous, George

Description: 1) President’s Letter. 2) Dean’s Lettere. 3) Editor’s Word. 4) Graduation at Taliesin. 5) Taliesin artist residency program. 6) Penwern Boathouse Restoration. 7) Voices. Noni & Irene Buitenkant, excerpts from the Oral Histories of the
Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. 8) California Residence. 9) Taliesin Growth. 10) Chronicles: Fall ‘08. 11) Taliesin Fellows. Board Meeting June 2008, Taliesin, Spring Green. 12) Calendar. The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. Includes 51 photographs and illustrations. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 28

ST#:
2008.41.0618
   
2009
   
Date: 2009

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 033 Winter 2009 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Schiffner, Charles   2) Allsopp, Phil   3) Walker, Anthony; Wright, Thomas   4) Sidy, Victor   5) Novie, Jan   6) Schiffner, Charles Robert   7) Berndtson, Indira   8) Whiting, Henry II   9) Ottenheimer, John    10) Sholten, Charles L.   11 & 12) Thompson, Kimbal

Description: 1) President’s Letter.   2) Foundation CEO Message.   3) Chronicles: Winter ‘09.   4) Dean’s Message.   5) Editor’s Word.   6) Learn by Doing.   7) Voices. Bruno Zevi.   8) The Fawcett House.   9) A Meditation.   10) Remembering Two Bay Area Architects. Charles Warren Callister and Jack Pershing Hillmer.   11) University of Hawaii Presentation.   12) Liljestrand House.   13) Calendar: Guggenheim Exhibition.   14) The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.. Includes 53 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5.

Pages: Pp 40

ST#:
2009.50.0918
   
Date: 2009

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 034 Summer 2009 (Published two times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Walker, Anthony 2) Schiffner, Charles Robert 3) Sidy, Victor 4) Maley, Anne 5) Hartsock, Paul 6) Robinson, Sarah 7) Ottenheimer, John 8) Novie, Jan 9) Spencer, Brian A. 10) Thompson, Kimbal 11) Berndtson, Indira 12) Fader, Marsha L. 13) Peterson, Barry 14) Spencer, Brian A. 15) Walker, Anthony

Description: 1) Editor’s Word. 2) President’s Message. 3) Dean’s Letter. 4) Foundation COO Message. 5) Fellows Board bocuses on direction. 6) It takes some nerve... 7) Meditation II. 8) The defining moment. 9) Ocotillo 10) New Taliesin Fellows board directors. 11) Voices. Nettie Weston Cunningham, excerpts from a March 1991 Oral Histories of the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives. 12) Historic structure report: Drafting Studio. 13) Life Cycles. 14) Noteworthy Books. 15) Chronicles: Summer ‘09. 16) Calendar. Includes 51 photographs and illustrations. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 36

ST#:
2009.49.0618
   
2010
   
Date: 2010

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 035 Summer 2010 (Published two times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Walker, Anthony 2) Schiffner, Charles Robert 3) Wright, Thomas 4) Sidy, Victor 5) Nisbet, Earl 6) Dyson, Arthur 7) Robinson, Sarah 8) Pulkrabek, Charles 9) Berndtson, Indira 11) Assembled by Berndtson, Indira 12) Hammons, Mark 13) Hori, Shizuo 14) Kadoch, Aaron

Description: 1) Editor’s Word. 2) Outgoing President’s Message. 3) Incoming President’s Message. 4) Dean’s Letter. 5) Sole Searching: A Taliesin Reflection. 6) A Day in Volterra 7) The tree house renovation 8) Birth of a radio station: From apprentice desk to on-the-ground. 9) In Memoriam: William Arthur Patrick (1919-2009). 10) New Taliesin Fellows Board Directors. 11) Voices.
Frank Lloyd Wright, To The Young [Person] In Architecture. 12) Noteworthy Books. 13) Wright 50. 14) The Educational journey. 15) Calendar. Includes 29 photographs and illustrations. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 32

ST#: 2010.34.0618
   
Date: 2010

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 036 Winter 2010-11 (Published two times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Walker, Anthony 2) Wright, Thomas 3) Georges, Aris 4) Huntington, Martha 5) Thompson, Kimbal 6) Hewson, Ryan 7) Wagner, Kevin 8) Spencer, Brian A. 9) Walker, Anthony 10) Assembled by Berndtson, Indira

Description: 1) Editor’s Word. 2) President’s Message. 3) Taliesin Next: Student Shelters. 4) Wright’s last remaining hotel reborn. 5) Taliesin Fellows: The Early Years. 6) Preserving at Taliesin: Exploring Mrs. Wright’s bedroom and guest wing. 7) In Memoriam: Robert Beharka. 8) Prairie School Tradition Exhibition & Conference. 9) Chronicles: Winter 2010-11. 10) Voices. Abrom Dombar: Building at Taliesin, 1932-1935. 11) Calendar. Includes 62 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 40

ST#: 2010.35.0618
   
2011
   
Date: 2011

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 037 Winter 2011 (Published twice per year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Hawker, Michael   2) Wright, Thomas   3) Maley, Anne   4) Sidy, Victor   5) Hawker, Michael   6) Slyke, Melinda Van   7) Robinson, Sidney K.   8) Chelazzi, Giuliano   9) Robinson, Sarah   10) Berndtson, Indira   11) Press, Masry   12) Fabris, R. Joseph.   13 & 14) Hawker, Michael   15) Hammons   16) Hawker, Michael   17) Marty, Myron   18 & 19) Hawker, Michael   21) Walker, Anthony; Wright, Thomas; Hawker, Michael 22) Wright, Thomas

Description: Taliesin 1911-2011. 1) A Torch is Passed: A New Editor.   2) President’s Message.   3) Foundation CEO Message.   4) Dean’s Letter.   5) The Seed of Taliesin At 100.   6) A Spring Green View.   7) Reconnection with Old Friends.   8) In Search of an Organic Architecture.   9) Our Legacy: A Call To Action.   10) Centennial Talk at Milwaukee Art Museum: An Important Legacy to Study.   11) This Space Within. Kamal Amin.   12) Taliesin Fellows Gallery. The Eckert Residence by R. Joseph Febris.   13) In Remembrance: James Dresser (1925 - 2011).   14) In Remembrance: Delton Ludwig (1934-2011).   15) In Remembrance: John Geiger (1921-2011).   16) In Remembrance: Edgar Tafel (1912-2011).   17) Noteworthy Books.   18) Noteworthy Media   19) Noteworthy Book.   20) Calendar.   21) Chronicles: Summer 2011.   22) Enjoying This? Become a Member! Includes 103 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5.

Pages: Pp 44

ST#:
2011.23.0918
   
2012
   
Date: 2012

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 038 Fall 2012 (Published two times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Hawker, Michael 2) Wright, Thomas 3 & 4) Barthelemey, Thomas 5) Kadoch, Aaron 6) Robinson, Sidney 7) Robinson, Sarah 8) Naik, Pranav 9) Borshchevskiy, Max 12) Berndtson, Indira 16) Marty, Myron; Walker, Anthony

Description: 1) Editor’s Word: Your moral circle. 2) Outgoing President’s Message. 3) Incoming President’s message. 4) Taliesin Fellows Committees. Why Haiti? 5) Taliesin Fellows on the internet. 6) A Contained world of ornament (imperial Hotel). 7) Minding design. 8) Recent Apprentice Work: Pranav Naik. 9) Recent Apprentice Work: Max Borshchevskiy. 10) Taliesin Fellows Gallery. The Stein Residence by Alden B. Dow. Midland Michigan. 11) A Tribute: Lawrence R. Brink (1937-2011). 12) Excerpts from an Oral History with Larry Brink. 13) A Tribute: Cornella Brierly (1913 - 2012). 14) A Tribute: Pedro E. Guerrero (1917-1959). 15) Noteworthy Books. 16) Our work series, Help needed. 17) Chronicles: Spring 2012. Includes 85 photographs and illustrations. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 36

ST#:
2012.30.0618
   
2013
   
Date: 2013

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 039 Winter 2013 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Thompson, Kimbal 2) Barthelemey, Thomas 3) Malone, Sean 4) Sidy, Victor 5) Amin, Kamal 6) Lapp, Deborah 7) Varros, Rob 8) Hawker, Michael 9) Thompson, Kimbal 10) Marty, Myron 11) Layaway, Frank 12) Walker, Anthony 13) Thompson, Kimbal

Description: 1) JTF Editor’s message. 2) President’s Message. 3) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation CEO message. 4) Dean’s message 5) Frank Lloyd Wright, The last of the founding fathers. 6) Surrounded by sculpture: The joy and value of organic architecture. 7) Designing the perfect gift - Taliesin apprentice box projects. 8) Morphohedron: Work of Stephen Wilmoth 9) History of the Taliesin Fellows. Part II: The next ten years: 2000 to 2010. 10) Noteworthy Books. 11) A philosophical summary of Organic Architecture. 12) Chronicles: Winter 2013. 13) David Wright House. 14) Taliesin Fellowship Reunion. Includes 65 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size:

Pages: Pp 36

ST#: 2013.26.0618
   
Date: 2013

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 040 Summer 2013 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: 1) Thompson, Kimbal 2) Barthelemey, Thomas 3) Malone, Sean 4) Sidy, Victor 6) Subra, Mani 7) Spencer, Brian A.; Roth, Robert; Prozzillo, Fred 8 & 9) Berndtson, Indira 10) Marty, Myron; Barthelemey, Tom 11) Thompson, Kimbal

Description: 1) JTF Editor’s message. 2) President’s Message. 3) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation CEO message. 4) Dean’s message 5) Meet new Taliesin Fellows Board Members 6) Work of Mani and Radika Subra 7) Energizing Taliesin West. 8) The Taliesin Education: From concept to the Present. 9) Wes and Taliesin West 10) Noteworthy Books. 11) In Memoriam, Maxine Pfefferkorn; Paolo Soleri; Dr. Joseph Rorke. Includes 71 photographs and illustrations. 8.5 x 8.5. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size:

Pages: Pp 40

ST#:
2013.27.0618
   
Date: 2013

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 041 Fall 2013 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1 & 4) Thompson, Kimbal;  2, 8 & 13) Barthelemey, Thomas;  3) Schildroth, James Walter;  5) Amarantides, John;  6 & 15) Laraway, Frank;  7) Amin, Kamal;  9) Dyson, Arthur; 10) Heilman, Wayne;  11) Montooth, Margaret;  12) Berndtson, Indira;  1 4) Marty, Myron; 16) Holden, Karen

Description: 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) President’s Message.  3) The Creative Mind.  4) Work of Roy Seikichi Oshiro.  5) Recollections of Taliesin with Frank Lloyd Wright, 1951 - 1959.  6) Organic Graphics. An interview with Frank Lloyd Wright.  7) Development in the Valley of the Sun.  8) Under Construction. Part 1. Carlson Residence.  9) Part 2. Gettysburg Elementary School Remodeling.  10) In Memorial: Elizabeth Wright Ingraham. 11) In Memorial: Sarah Margaret Houston Logue.  12) In Memorial: Barbara Kaiser.  13) In Memorial: Frank Henry.  14) Noteworthy Book. Taliesin Diary. 15) Architectural Simplicity. 16) Quartet for Desert Moon. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 40

ST#:
2013.14.0217
   
2014
   
Date: 2014

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 042 Spring 2014 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1) Thompson, Kimbal;  2) Barthelemey, Thomas;  3) Laraway, Frank;  4) Stitt, Fred;  6) Knox, Daniel;  7) Zarecor, Kimberly Elman;  8) Arahuete, Helena;  9) Cornette, Chad; 10) Hawes, Phil; 12) Holden, Karen; 13) Muns, J.B.; 14) Marty, Myran

Description: 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) President’s Message.  3) Letter from JTF Reader.   4) How Did
Frank Lloyd Wright’s "Thought-Built" Architecture Become Green Building?  5) New Taliesin Board Members: Randolph C. Henning; Heublein, Michael; Clark, Chelsea.  6) Current Apprentice Box Projects: Irakiza, Edgar; Knox, Daniel; Moncayo, Pablo.  7) Frank Lloyd Wright and the Principles of Organic Architecture.  8) Work of John Lautner.  9) Under Construction.  10) Eco Villages, Sustainable Communities.  11) In Memorium. LaDon VanNay.  12) Downed.  13) In Search of Wright.  14) Noteworthy Journal. Journal of Organic Architecture. 15) Chronicles.  16) From the Taliesin Fellows Board of Directors. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 40

ST#:
2014.28.0217
   
2015
   
Date: 2015

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 045 Spring 2015 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Editor: Thompson, Kimbal; 1, 3, 13 & 14) Thompson, Kimbal;  2) Sidy, Victor E.;  4) Betsky, Aaron;  5) Malone, Sean; Prozzillo, Fred; 6 & 17) Amarantides, John;  7) Ottenheimer, John Underhill; 8) Vemulkonda, Natasha;  9) Peters, Brandoch;;  11) Cunningham, Wallace;  12) Lang, Casey; 16) Amin, Kamal; Peters, Luc

Description: 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) Dean’s Message.  3) President’s Message.  4) On the Road to Taliesin.  5) Letter To The JTF.  6) Letter to the JTF Editor.  7) Letter to Editor JTF: Report 2014. Taliesin, Taliesin West, The FLLW Foundation, and Taliesin Preservation.  8) Student Work.  9) My Grandfather.  10) Orator Owned Farm Here.  11) David Samuel Wright House Update.  12) Taliesin West Kitchen.  13) Phoenix Art Museum Jury.  14) Dinner at Taliesin West.  15) In Memoriam: James Charles Montooth.  16) Acute Angles, 6, Berlin  17) Noteworthy Books: "This Music," Holden; "
Frank Lloyd Wright and His Manner of Thought," Klinkowitz. Gift from Kathryn Smith. 8.5 x 8.5

Size:

Pages: Pp 44

ST#:
2015.21.0217
   
Date: 2015

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 046 Summer 2015 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1 & 8) Scott, William Blair;  2) Thompson, Kimbal;  3) Betsky, Aaron; 4) Cordova, Mark-Thomas 5) Laraway, W. Frank; Devenney, Nick;  6) Lee, Jack P.;  7) O’Malley, Eric; 9) Lang, Casey;  10) Henning, Randolph C.; Bisharat, Leslie Lockhart.

Description: 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) President’s Message.  3) Dean’s Message.  4) Student Work.  5) Letters To The JTF.   6) My Journey With
Frank Lloyd Wright / Allen B Dow.  7) Frank Lloyd Wright in Michigan.  8) Work by the Taliesin Associated Architects in Michigan.  9) Taliesin West Kitchen.  10) In Memoriam: Robert Charles Broward; Frances Nemtin. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 36

ST#:
2015.22.0217
   
Date: 2015

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 47, Fall 2015 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1 & 4) Henning, Randolph C.;  2) Thompson, Kimbal;  3) Betsky, Aaron;   5 & 6) Baker, Jeffrey;  7) Mashburn, Byrd Lewis; with contributions from George Edward Lewis II;  8) Singer, Donald;  9) Lang, Chef Casey;  10) Wright, Eve Lloyd;  11) O’Malley, Eric

Description: 1) Editor’s Message  2) President’s Message  3) Dean’s Message  4) Organic Architecture in Florida, including Florida Southern College  5) The Interior Restoration of the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel at Florida Southern College  6) The Usonian House at FSC  7) George and Clifton Lewis Residence  8) Taliesin West - Summer 1958  9) Taliesin West Kitchen  10) In Memoriam, Iovanna Lloyd Wright  11) Noteworthy Book, Building the Usonian House. Includes 77 photographs of which we assisted by supplying two.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 40

ST#:
2015.11.1215
   
2016
   
Date: 2016

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 048 Summer 2016 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1, 4, 7- 11) Thompson, Kimbal;  2) Betsky, Aaron; 3) Lynn, Jacalyn;  5) Graff, Stuart I.; 12) Scott, William Blair; 13) Lang, Casey;  14) Keding, Richard;

Description: 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) Dean’s Message.  3) School Board Message.  4) President’s Message.  5) CEO Message.  6) Zach Rawling Appreciation, David & Gladys Wright House.  7) Introduction to Hawaii, Planning Architecture & Frank Lloyd Wright.  8) Martin Pence,  9) Architect Steve Oyakawa.  10) Kona Coast Hotel.  11) The Hawaii Collection; A Trilogy.  12) Noteworthy Books: "John H. Howe, Architect," Hession, Quigley; "Minnesota Modern: Architecture and Life at Midcentury," Millett.  13) Taliesin West Kitchen.  14) In Memoriam: Carl E. And Elaine Hedges Book.  15) Taliesin Fellows. Membership, Directorship & Directions. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 40

ST#:
2016.07.0217
   
Date: 2016

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 049 Fall 2016 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Editor: Thompson, Kimbal;  1, 2, 11, 14; 3) Betsky, Aaron; 4) Graff, Stuart I.;  5) Lynn, Jacalyn;  6) Inostroza, Jaime;  7) Romano, Paul; 8) Dawsari, Elizabeth; Rattenbury, Kay;  9) Schuetz, Sue; 10) Berndtson, Indira;  12) Cunningham, Wallace;  14) Saffron, Inga.

Description: 1) JTF Editor’s Message.  2) President’s Message.  3) Dean’s Message.  4) CEO Message.  5) School Board Message.  6) Jaime Inostroza. Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.  7) Paul Romano. Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.  8) History of "The Box."  9) Svetlana Wright Peters. 10) Kay Rattenbury and the A,D. German Family.  11) The Dressers.  12) Giovanni Del Prinicipi Del Drago. The Dragon - Myths & Legends. 13) In Memoriam: Henry Grattan Gill; Stephen Gegner. 14) Noteworthy Books: "Architecture’s Odd Couple, Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson," Howard; "The Car is Architecture," Herink. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 48

ST#:
2016.08.0217
   
2017
   
Date: 2017

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - Issue 050 Spring 2017 (Published three times a year by Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Editor: Thompson, Kimbal 1) Thompson, Kimbal 2) Dyson, Arthur 3) Betsky, Aaron 4) Graff, Stuart I. 5) Lynn, Jacki 6) Quittenton, Richard 7) Lietz, August 8 & 9) Cunningham, Wallace 10) Liebhardt, Fritz; Berndtson, Indira; Amarantides, John; Cunninghamn, Wallace

Description: 1) JTF Editor’s message. 2) President’s Message. 3) Dean’s message 4) CEO message. 5) School Board Message 6) Richard Quittenton, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. 7) August Lietz, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. 8) It’s a (circle) not a (square). Whereever we go, we are among the circle of Taliesin Fellows. 9) Las Terrazas 10) In Memoriam: Frederick Liebhardt; Eloise Fritz; Joe Fabris, Gary Herberger Includes 90 photographs and illustrations. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 61

ST#:
2017.21.0618
   
Date: 2017

Title: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows - 051 Autumn 2017 (Published three times a year by the Taliesin Fellows, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Editor: O’Malley, Eric M. 1) Dyson, Arthur  2) O’Malley, Eric M.  3) Schuetz, Sue  4) Scott, William B. Jr.  5) Henning, Randolph C.  6) Spancer, Brian A.

Description: 1) President’s Message.  2) Editor’s Message.  3) Celebrating The Peters-Margedant House.  4) In Memoriam: Carter Hugh Manny, Jr.; Anthony Puttnam.  5) Book Review: Shadow Patterns: Reflections on Fay Jones and His Architecture, Shannon, University of Arkansas Press, 2017; Wright Sites: A Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright Public Places, Fourth Edition, Hugland, Princeton Architectural Press, 2017.  6) Frank Lloyd Wright and Russia. First all-union Congress of Soviet Architects. Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union - June 1937.  Note: We supplied one photograph used in this issue.  Included 41 photographs and illustrations.

Size: 8.5 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 40

ST#:
2017.14.0618
   
   
   
TALIESIN FELLOWS NEWSLETTER
 
Date: 2000

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #1 October 5, 2000 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, Bill  3) Nisbet, Earl  4) Tekker, Archie  5) Wright, Eric Lloyd  6) Keding, Richard 8) Stricker, Milton  9) Holden, Karen 10) Laraway, Frank  11) Storrer, Bradley

Description: 1) Taliesin Fellows Present the Newsletter.  2) NorCal Fellows Celebrate FLLW Birthday  3) A Taliesin Reflection 4) Bits and pieces...  5) The Studio of Eric Lloyd Wright 6) FLLW and Cyberspace  7) The Hanna Restoration  8) Organic Design Through the Abstraction of Nature  9) Frank Lloyd Wright in the Valley of the Sun  10) To the Loyal Defenders of Frank Lloyd Wright & Organic Architecture  11) The Origin of the Taliesin Fellows. Includes 11 photographs and eight illustration. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 14

ST#: 2000.62.0710

   
Date: 2001

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #2 January 15, 2001 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  2) Tekker, Archie 3) Nemtkin, Frances  4) Storrer, Bradley 5) Keding, Richard  7) Storrer, Bradley 8) Stricker, Milton

Description: 1) Wright’s Gordon House Saved by the Conservancy.  2) Bits and Pieces.  3) A Taliesin Memory  4) The FLLW Building Conservancy Meets in Minneapolis  5) Kebyar Meets in Chicago  6) Aaron Green designs a campus for North Carolina  7) The Origins of the Taliesin Fellows, Part 2.  8) Organic Design Through the Abstraction of Nature. Includes 14 photographs and 14 illustration. Original price $12.50.  Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2001.45.0710

   
Date: 2001

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #3 April 15, 2001 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  2) Tekker, Archie 3) Briggs, Sara-Ann B.  4) Berndtson, Indira; Tafel, Edgar  5) Stricker, Milton

Description: 1) Lautner’s Chemosphere gets new life.  2) Bits and Pieces.  3) Monaghan still has the Wright stuff.  4) In Passing, Yen Liang - 1908 - 2000.  5) Organic Design Through The Abstraction of Nature. Includes eight photographs and five illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 18

ST#: 2001.46.0710

   
Date: 2001

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #4 July 15, 2001 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  3) Dyson, Arthur  4) Patrick, Bill  6) Oshiro, David  7) Laraway, Frank  8) Book, Carl E.  9) Storrer, Bradley

Description: 1) Taliesin Fellows Board Plans for 2001-2001.  2) In Passing, Donald Lovness.  3) Taliesin and the Future.  4) We will miss Aaron Green.  5) Aaron Green designs a campus for North Carolina.  6) Creating Architectural Pop Ups.  7) Frank Lloyd Wright and Bruce Goff - A Comparative Study.  8) Bruce Goff Architect: Architecture Education and Friends of Kebyar.  9) Book Review: "A Living Architecture". Includes 12 photographs and 16 illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2001.47.0710

   
Date: 2001

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #5 October 15, 2001 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  3) Nisbet, Earl  4) Laraway, Frank 5) Storrer, Bradley  6) Stricker, Milton

Description: 1) Wright’s Allen Friedman house thwarts the wrecking ball.  2) In Passing: Bradley Ray Storrer; Ray Brandes.  3) A Taliesin Reflection.  4) Organic Blkasphemies.  5) Wisconsin Wandering.  6) Organic Design Through The Abstraction of Nature.  7) CEO Nicholas Muller announces resignation. Includes 15 photographs and seven illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2001.48.0710

   
Date: 2002

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #6 January 15, 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  2) Peterson, Barry 3) Keding, Richard A.  4) Cusack, Victor 5) Stricker, Milton  6) Brink, Lawrence R.

Description: 1) The fate and future of a masterpiece (Fallingwater).  2) Fossils, Faith, and Good Ideas.  3) Richard Keding and his Architecture.  4) Organic Architecture. A current appraisal from the first decade of the Taliesin Fellowship.  5) Organic Design Through The Abstraction of Nature.  6) FLLW Conservancy meets at Florida Southern. Includes nine photographs and nine illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2002.94.0710

   
Date: 2002

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #7 April 15, 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  2) Keding, Richard A.  3) Tekker, Archie  4) Nisbet, Earl  5) Peterson, Barry 6) Stricker, Milton

Description: 1) CEO Jim Goulka Announces His Goals.  2) An unfortunate choice.  3) Bits and Pieces.  4) Earl Nisbet and His Architecture.  5) Book Review: "New Organic Architecture" by David Pearson.  6) Organic Design Through The Abstraction of Nature.  7) Wright’s Gordon House Relocated in Oregon Garden. Includes 19 photographs and 15 illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2002.95.0710

   
Date: 2002

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #8 July 15, 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  3) Goulka, Jim  4) Stricker, Milton 7) Tekker, Archie

Description: 1) Taliesin to Celebrate 70 Fellowship Years.  2) In Passing, Jackson L. Wong.  3) The Future of Learning by Doing.  4) The Source of Art and Architecture.  5) Fellows Elect Three New Directors: Lee, Fletcher and Thompson.  6) The Hebrew Academy: Aaron Green Associates.  7) Bits and Pieces. Includes 21 photographs and 11 illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2002.96.0710

   
Date: 2002

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #9 October 15, 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  1) Laraway, Frank 2) Tekker, Archie  3) Nemtin, Frances 4) Keding, Richard  6) Stricker, Milton

Description: 1) The 2002 Fellowship Reunion.  2) Nakoma is Built. Taliesin Architects Adapts Wright’s 1924 Design.  3) The Taliesin Landscape.  4) Waren Callister and His Architecture.  5) Another View (Imperial Hotel).  6) FLLW Versus the Bank of Phoenix. Includes 22 photographs and 5 illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2002.97.0710

   
Date: 2003

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #10 January 15, 2002 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  2) Stricker, Milton 3) Amin, Kamal 4) Tekker, Archie  5) Berndston, Indira  6) Gottleib, Lois Davidson  7) Goulka, Jim

Description: 1) The Living Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright.  2) FLLW versus Safeway.  3) The Architecture of Kamal Amin.  4) The happy demise of another Gehry-mander.  5) In Passing, Mark Heyman.  6) Bilbao and Wisconsin.  7) The CEO Update. Includes 29 photographs and 8 illustration. Original price $12.50.  Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2003.37.0710

   
Date: 2003

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #11 April 15, 2003 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  1) Berndston, Indira  2) Tekker, Archie 3) Goulka, Jim 4) Lee, Jack  5) Laraway, Taliesin

Description: 1) Ling Po Returns to Taliesin.  2) Recently Dwell Magazine of San Francisco...  3) The CEO Update.  4) The architecture of Jack Lee and the Successor of the Alden Dow office.  5) Architectural Schools in a Modern Technological World.  6) Ennis-Brown Rehabilitation. Includes 24 photographs and nine illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2003.38.0710

   
Date: 2003

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #12 July 15, 2003 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  1) Goulka, Jim  5) Pace, Suzi 6) Stricker, Milton  7) Ottenheimer, John  8) Tekker, Archie 9) Pace, Jay

Description: 1) Taliesin Architects Reorganized.  2) In Passing, Kaneji Domoto, 1913-2002.  3) Fellow Arthur Dyson Honored.  4) The Birthday Celebration.  5) Suzi’s View.  6) A Return to Organic Art.  7) The Final Resting Place.  8) Organic Design for Low(er)-cost housing.  9) This Year at Taliesin. Includes 21 photographs and 15 illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2003.39.0710

   
Date: 2003

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #13 Oct 15, 2003 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  3) Myron, Marty 4) Cusack, Victor  6) Stricker, Milton  7) Goulka, Jim  8) Marty, Myron & Shirley

Description: 1) The Wright Genie.  2) In Passing, Raku Endo, 1927-2003. J. Aubrey Banks, 1926-2003.  3) Book Reviews: "Fallingwater Rising. Uncommon Sense".  4) Review: "Fallingwater Rising".  5) The Midglen Studio and a Work in Progress.  6) A Return to Organic Architecture.  7) The CEO Update.  8) FLLW Building Conservancy Conference - 2003. Includes 27 photographs and Nine illustration. Original price $12.50.  Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2003.40.0710

   
Date: 2004

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #14 January 15, 2004 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  3) Goulka, Jim  4) Laraway, Frank  5) Henning, Randolph C.  6) Stricker, Milton  8) Marty, Myron

Description: 1) The Curriculum at Taliesin.  2) In Passing. Isham R. McConnell, 1917-2003. James Palmer Lewis, 1918-2003.  3) The CEO Update.  4) The Final Resting Place.  5) The American Hebre Academy, North Carolina.  6) A Return to Organic Architecture.  7) James Scalise Named Taliesin Associate Dean.  8) Rook Reviews: "Wright-Sized Houses", "Frank Lloyd Wright A Bio-Bibliography", "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building". Includes 27 photographs and eight illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2004.55.0710

   
Date: 2004

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #15 April 15, 2004 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William 5) Goulka, Jim 6) Nolan, Kate 7) Berndston, Indira; Nemtin, Frances 8) Marty, Myron

Description: 1) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Names Interim CEO/President. 2) Day and Night. A new bronze by Heloise Crista. 3) In Passing. Robert Green, 1923-2003. 4) The Architecture of Arthur Kimbal Thompson. 5) The CEO Update. 6) Wright Foundation Ousts President; Both Sides Mum. 7) An Iranian Treasure. 8) Book Review. "Auldbrass". Includes 29 photographs and 10 illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2004.56.0710

   
Date: 2004

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #16 August 15, 2004 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  6) Stempel, Calvin L.  7) Wagner, Kevin 8) Marty, Myron

Description: 1) Taliesin Preservation Inc. Completes Restoration at Spring Green.  2) From the President’s Desk.  3) Passing. Richard P. Miller, 1931-2004.  4) Taliesin West Sets October Celebration.  5) The Architecture of H. Paterson Fletcher.  6) Reminiscence of Taliesin. 7) Arthur Dyson Designs. Fresno Woodward Park Regional Library.  8) Books Reviews. "Usonia, New York". "Wrightscapes". Includes 30 photographs and three illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2004.57.0710

   
Date: 2004

Title: Taliesin Fellows Newsletter - #17 October 15, 2004 (Published quarterly by Taliesin Fellows, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ. Published at Midglen Studio, Woodside, CA)

Author: Editor: Patrick, William  3) Tekker, Archie 5) Stempel, Calvin L.  6) Marty, Myron 7) Swaback, Vern

Description: 1) Taliesin Fellows’ Gold Medalist Euine Fay Jones Dies.  2) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Reports 2003 Activities.  3) Just making a buck.  4) The Architecture of E. Fay Jones.  5) Reminiscence of Taliesin.  6) Books Reviews. "Frank Lloyd Wright: The Interactive Portfolio". "Frank Lloyd Wright. 1867-1959: Building for Democracy".  7) Challenge and Opportunity.  8) Cornelia Brierly Receives Wright Spirit Award. Includes 23 photographs and 10 illustration. Original price $12.50. Gift from Gerald Klitz.

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 12

ST#: 2004.58.0710

   
   
   
SCOTTSDALE
   
Date: 1984

Title: Scottsdale Scene Magazine - January 1984 (Offprint) (Offprint published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ)

Author: Montooth, Charles

Description:
"Taliesin. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Long before Scottsdale was anything more than a crossroads town with a few stores, a bar, and a gas station or two, a bold new experiment in desert architecture was beginning to take shape at the base of the McDowell Mountains to the north. About 13 miles from the outskirts of town at the end of a dusty trail which wound its way upward along a dry wash, young men and women were busy building a complex of stone and concrete walls with fabric roofs unlike any structures ever before seen..." Includes eight photographs. Gift from Kathryn Smith.

Size: 8.4 x 11

Pages: Pp 6

ST#: 1
984.47.0616
   
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