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Frank Lloyd Wright Miscellanea, 1905-1995, bulk 1940s-1960s

Summary Information

Abstract

The collection of Frank Lloyd Wright Miscellanea is composed of transcripts of speeches, interviews, magazine and newspaper clippings by and about the world-famous architect.

At a Glance

Bib ID 8959995 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959 ; Kaufmann, Edgar J., 1885-1955 ; Wright, John Lloyd ; Tafel, Edgar
Title Frank Lloyd Wright Miscellanea, 1905-1995, bulk 1940s-1960s
Physical Description 2 manuscript boxes; 2 print boxes; 1 folder (flat-file)
Language(s) English .
Access

This collection is available for use by appointment in the Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University. For further information and to make an appointment, please call (212) 854-4110 or email avery-drawings@libraries.columbia.edu.

Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in eight series: I. Speeches and Interviews. II. Biographical Publications and Correspondence. III. Associations, Tours and Restoration Activities. IV. Exhibitions and Auctions. V. Ephemera. VI. Newspaper Clippings. VII. Photographs. VIII. Publications (Journal and Magazine Clippings).

Description

Scope and Content

The Frank Lloyd Wright Miscellanea is composed of transcripts of speeches, interviews, magazine and newspaper clippings by and about the world-famous architect. The collection also includes printed materials related to various Frank Loyd Wright-themed exhibitions, associations, building and house tours, restoration efforts and ephemera gleaned from disparate sources. The collection contains minimal personal correspondence from Frank Lloyd Wright (the collection contains only two examples) but does include correspondence about Frank Lloyd Wright from Lloyd Wright (son), Edgar Kaufmann, and Edgar Tafel.

Series I: Speeches and Interviews consists of transcripts of talks and speeches that Frank Lloyd Wright delivered on various occasions and locations including Princeton University (1947), University of Denver (1948), and Taliesin (1953). Only one page survives of an unidentified speech given at Taliesin in 1932. Transcripts from a two-part interview with Mike Wallace in 1957 and a transcript of an interview with Jink Falkenberg in 1957 are included.

Series II: Biographical Publications / Correspondence includes a photocopy of a letter from Frank Lloyd Wright to his daughter, Catherine and her husband Kenneth written in 1921 from the Imperial Hotel. This series contains correspondence from Lloyd Wright (FLW'son) to Linn Cowles in which Lloyd recounts a trip to Europe with his father and other reminiscences. This series also contains various biographies (drafts and completed works) and research notes by Harvey Einbinder, Thomas S. Hines, Jr., Thomas A. Heinz, and Robert C. Twomby. Recollections of days at Taliesin by Noverre Musson and a brief history of the Usonia Homes project by Priscilla J. Henken are included. Also includes correspondence relating to the Guggenheim Museum commission and various notes from former Taliesin Fellow, Edgar Tafel.

Series III: Associatons / Tours / Restoration Activities documents the various groups and organizations that have formed to honor and preserve Frank Lloyd Wright's work through house tours and preservation projects. Includes paint samples and contact sheets related to the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation and statistics related to visitors and venues generated by tours of Fallingwater.

Series IV: Exhibitions / Auctions contains exhibition catalogs, announcements, guest lists and sellers catalogs for various Frank Lloyd Wright themed exhibitions and auctions. Includes printed materials related to the Frank Lloyd Wright room exhibition at the V & A Museum in London.

Series V: Ephemera consists of a brochure with map, promotional pennant flag and room rate and meal tariff card from the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. Also includes a whimsical cut-and-fold model of the Robie House, issued by Monte Enterprises, and Frank Lloyd Wright postage stamps issued in 1966 as part of the "Prominent Americans" series.

Series VI: Newspaper Clippings includes numerous clippings from local and national newspapers grouped by theme or subject. Includes Frank Lloyd Wright obituaries, biographical portraits, articles about FLW's family (children, grandchildren), book reviews, critiques and criticisms. Also includes documentation of the Guggenheim Museum building and the public response to it.

Series VII: Photographs contains black and white photographs of the entrance to the Johnson Wax Company Building in Racine, Wisconsin, the Barnsdall House in Los Angeles, California and the John Pew House in Madison, Wisconsin. Also included is a group photograph taken in the interior of the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan in 1929 on the occasion of the World Engineering Congress.

Series VIII: Publications primarily consists of magazine and journal articles from the 1930s through the 1960s originally housed in the Ware Library vertical files. Some highlights include the complete, bound January 1938 and January 1951 issues of The Architectural Forum and the November 1955 issue of House Beautiful. Also includes typewritten bibliographies, one of which was prepared by James Muggenburg in 1970.

  • Series I: Speeches and Interviews

    consists of transcripts of talks and speeches that Frank Lloyd Wright delivered on various occasions and locations including Princeton University (1947), University of Denver (1948), and Taliesin (1953). Only one page survives of an unidentified speech given at Taliesin in 1932. Transcripts from a two-part interview with Mike Wallace in 1957 and a transcript of an interview with Jink Falkenberg in 1957 are included.

  • Series II: Biographical Publications / Correspondence

    includes a photocopy of a letter from Frank Lloyd Wright to his daughter, Catherine and her husband Kenneth written in 1921 from the Imperial Hotel. This series contains correspondence from Lloyd Wright (FLW'son) to Linn Cowles in which Lloyd recounts a trip to Europe with his father and other reminiscences. This series also contains various biographies (drafts and completed works) and research notes by Harvey Einbinder, Thomas S. Hines, Jr., Thomas A. Heinz, and Robert C. Twomby. Recollections of days at Taliesin by Noverre Musson and a brief history of the Usonia Homes project by Priscilla J. Henken are included. Also includes correspondence relating to the Guggenheim Museum commission and various notes from former Taliesin Fellow, Edgar Tafel.

  • Series III: Associations / Tours / Restoration Activities

    documents the various groups and organizations that have formed to honor and preserve Frank Lloyd Wright's work through house tours and preservation projects. Includes paint samples and contact sheets related to the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation and statistics related to visitors and venues generated by tours of Fallingwater.

  • Series IV: Exhibitions / Auctions

    contains exhibition catalogs, announcements, guest lists and sellers catalogs for various Frank Lloyd Wright themed exhibitions and auctions. Includes printed materials related to the Frank Lloyd Wright room exhibition at the V & A Museum in London.

  • Series V: Ephemera

    consists of a brochure with map, promotional pennant flag and room rate and meal tariff card from the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. Also includes a whimsical cut-and-fold model of the Robie House, issued by Monte Enterprises, and Frank Lloyd Wright postage stamps issued in 1966 as part of the "Prominent Americans" series.

  • Series VI: Newspaper Clippings

    includes numerous clippings from local and national newspapers grouped by theme or subject. Includes Frank Lloyd Wright obituaries, biographical portraits, articles about FLW's family (children, grandchildren), book reviews, critiques and criticisms. Also includes documentation of the Guggenheim Museum building and the public response to it.

  • Series VII: Photographs

    contains black and white photographs of the entrance to the Johnson Wax Company Building in Racine, Wisconsin, the Barnsdall House in Los Angeles, California and the John Pew House in Madison, Wisconsin. Also included is a group photograph taken in the interior of the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan in 1929 on the occasion of the World Engineering Congress.

  • Series VIII: Publications

    primarily consists of magazine and journal articles from the 1930s through the 1960s originally housed in the Ware Library vertical files. Some highlights include the complete, bound January 1938 and January 1951 issues of The Architectural Forum and the November 1955 issue of House Beautiful. Also includes typewritten bibliographies, one of which was prepared by James Muggenburg in 1970.

Publication Date

1905-1995

This collection was donated in various gifts (accession number 1000.095)

Magazine and newspaper articles are mainly from the Ware Library vertical files

Using the Collection

Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Restrictions on Access

This collection is available for use by appointment in the Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University. For further information and to make an appointment, please call (212) 854-4110 or email avery-drawings@libraries.columbia.edu.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Permission to publish must be obtained in writing from the Director, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, 1172 Amsterdam Ave., MC 0301, New York, NY 10027.

Preferred Citation

Frank Lloyd Wright Miscellanea, circa 1905-1995 (bulk 1940s-1960s), Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Processing Information

Processed; Emilie Anderson 2011.

Revision Description

2011-08-25 File created.

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

Subject Headings

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Architecture, Domestic -- Pennsylvania -- Bear Run Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Dana House (Springfield, Ill.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Fallingwater (Pa.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Frank Lloyd Wright Association Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Robie House (Chicago, Ill.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Taliesin (Spring Green, Wis.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Taliesin Fellowship Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Taliesin Fellowship -- Interviews Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Taliesin West (Scottsdale, Ariz.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Teikoku Hoteru Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Unity Temple (Oak Park, Ill.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Usonian houses Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was an American Architect internationally recognized for his distinctive Prairie Style houses, innovative building design, Taliesin school and fellowships, and philosophy of "organic architecture.".

Series I: Speeches and Interviews

consists of transcripts of talks and speeches that Frank Lloyd Wright delivered on various occasions and locations including Princeton University (1947), University of Denver (1948), and Taliesin (1953). Only one page survives of an unidentified speech given at Taliesin in 1932. Transcripts from a two-part interview with Mike Wallace in 1957 and a transcript of an interview with Jink Falkenberg in 1957 are included.

Box 01: Folder 01 "Planning Man's Physical Environment," Frank Lloyd Wright address at Princeton University Bicentennial Conference 1947 Mar 5-6

6 p. : Typewritten copy.

Box 01: Folder 02 Unpublished talk by Frank Lloyd Wright at the School of Architecture and Planning, University of Denver 1948

Transcribed by Rodney Sylvan. Includes handwritten notes and typed first draft (by Sylvan). Edited by Joseph Shelley.

Box 01: Folder 03 "Biography in Sound: Frank Lloyd Wright" 1956 Aug 7

Transcript of NBC radio program narrated by Morgan Beatty; includes interview segments of FLW.

Box 01: Folder 04 The Mike Wallace Interview with guest Frank Lloyd Wright 1957 Sept

Transcript of a two-part radio interview.

Box 01: Folder 05 "Tex and Jinx Interview Show" with Frank Lloyd Wright 1952 Apr 24

Transcript of an interview with Jinx Falkenburg.

Box 01: Folder 06 "Housing" Talk to Taliesin Fellowship by Frank Lloyd Wright 1953 Mar 21

Transcript and one copy of a Sunday morning talk.

Box 01: Folder 07 "Explanatory: Curved Walls And Broad Base-Band of Wall" undated

Text related to the Guggenheim Museum. Typed copy marked "From FLLW office [unknown] to EK Jr."

Box 01: Folder 08 One-page transcript of unidentified Frank Lloyd Wright speech at Taliesin 1932 Feb 17

Page 6 of an unidentified talk or speech by FLW at Taliesin.

Series II: Biographical Publications / Correspondence

includes a photocopy of a letter from Frank Lloyd Wright to his daughter, Catherine and her husband Kenneth written in 1921 from the Imperial Hotel. This series contains correspondence from Lloyd Wright (FLW'son) to Linn Cowles in which Lloyd recounts a trip to Europe with his father and other reminiscences. This series also contains various biographies (drafts and completed works) and research notes by Harvey Einbinder, Thomas S. Hines, Jr., Thomas A. Heinz, and Robert C. Twomby. Recollections of days at Taliesin by Noverre Musson and a brief history of the Usonia Homes project by Priscilla J. Henken are included. Also includes correspondence relating to the Guggenheim Museum commission and various notes from former Taliesin Fellow, Edgar Tafel.

Box 01: Folder 09 Genealogy charts, passports 1905, 1969

FLW family group chart compiled in 1969 by Mrs. David Wright. Multigenerational pedigree chart (FLW's parents, etc.) is attached. Includes photocopies of passports issued to Frank Lloyd Wright and Catherine L. Wright in 1905 and correspondence related to FLW's mother's family and her death date.

Box 01: Folder 09 Correspondence from Frank Lloyd Wright to his daughter Catherine and her husband Kenneth Baxter 1921

Photocopy of a letter written from the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo on February 7, 1921.

Box 01: Folder 10 Lloyd Wright (son) correspondence and ephemera 1965 - 1978

Correspondence from Lloyd Wright (FLW's son) to Linn Cowles; includes reminiscences of his father in a letter dated February 3, 1966; with a letter, in German, to Linn Cowles dated December 1965 (Wasmuth publication?) Also includes handmade Christmas cards and Lloyd Wright memorial service program from 1978.

Box 01: Folder 11 Prospectus for "Frank Lloyd Wright: An American Genius" by Harvey Einbinder undated

Photocopy of an 11 page typewritten prospectus for the book Einbinder would later write.

Box 01: Folder 12 "Frank Lloyd Wright - The Madison Years: Records versus Recollections" by Thomas S. Hines, Jr. 1967

Final published copy and photocopy; with a letter from the author.

Box 01: Folder 12 Correspondence from Thomas A. Heinz regarding research on Luxfer Prism, Co. 1974

Includes copies of his research materials (photocopies of clippings illustrating FLW designs for Luxfer Prism, Co.)

Box 01: Folder 13 "Frank Lloyd Wright in Spring Green, 1911-1932" by Robert C. Twomby 1968

Published article appeared in the Spring 1968 issue of Wisconsin Magazine of History; with a letter from the author. Letter indicates that the article forms the substance of Twomby's dissertation.

Box 01: Folder 14 "Maginel Wright Barney: An Artist in Her Own Right" by Mary Jane Hamilton 1992

Copy of a published article from the Fall 1992 issue of Wisconsin Academy Review by Mary Jane Hamilton. Biography of Maginel Wright Barney (1877-1966), FLW's sister.

Box 01: Folder 15 "A Metapsychological Approach to the Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright" by Gordon G. Globus and Jeff Gilbert 1964

Reprinted from The Psychoanalytic Review; with an inscription to Edgar Kaufman from Gordon Globus, MD.

Box 01: Folder 16 "Usonia Homes Cooperative" by Priscilla J. Henken undated

Typewritten copy of recollection / reminiscence by Priscilla J. Henken.

Box 01: Folder 17 Recollection of Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesin by Noverre Musson 1969 [?]

Typewritten copy with notes by Noverre Musson, an architect and former Taliesin fellow.

Box 01: Folder 18 Correspondence to Frank Lloyd Wright from Hilla Rebay regarding Guggenheim building. 1943

With response from FLW dated June 10th 1943. Hilla Rebay was the first director and curator of Guggenheim's Museum of Non-Objective Painting. She asks Wright to come to New York to discuss "a building for our collection"

Box 01: Folder 19 "What makes it great?" by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright 1973

Published by Winthrop Laboratories, NY "as a service to the Medical Profession" (?)

Box 01: Folder 20 Misc. letters to Edgar Kaufmann regarding Frank Lloyd Wright's birth date, and various building clarifications, and corrections 1959 - 1975

Includes copy of letter from Charles H. McArthur to Interiors magazine about incorrect attribution of FLW to design of the Arizona Biltmore Hotel, copy of letter from S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc. regarding building drawing submission dates. (Gifts of Mr. Edgar Kaufmann) Note: this is NOT correspondence to or from FLW.

Box 01: Folder 21 Edgar Tafel correspondence and notes to Edgar Kaufmann 1936 - 1974

Edgar Tafel was a Taliesin apprentice. Includes photocopy of a letter from Frank Lloyd Wright to Robert K. Mosher regarding the reason behind the location of Fallingwater dated 1936 with a note from Tafel to Kaufmann; a copy of the eulogy of George N. Cohen written by Edgar Tafel.

Series III: Associations / Tours / Restoration Activities

documents the various groups and organizations that have formed to honor and preserve Frank Lloyd Wright's work through house tours and preservation projects. Includes paint samples and contact sheets related to the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation and statistics related to visitors and venues generated by tours of Fallingwater.

Box 01: Folder 22 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, printed materials 1965, 1980, undated

Includes school of architecture information sheet, Foundation brochure, "Day At Taliesin" invitation, Monona Basin Project brochure.

Box 01: Folder 23 Frank Lloyd Wright Association and Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation (Oak Park, IL), printed materials 1970s

Includes 3 copies of FLW Home and Studio brochure, 1 newsletter published by the FLW Association.

Box 01: Folder 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Association of Japan, ephemera 1970s

Includes exhibition announcements, flyers, calendars from 1974 and 1975, correspondence and cards to Avery librarians.

Box 01: Folder 25 Unity Temple Restoration Foundation, printed materials 1969 - 1980

Includes promotional materials and a 1980 board membership list, brochures, and restoration building plans.

Box 01: Folder 26 Unity Temple Restoration Foundation, photographs and color samples undated

Includes contact sheets of images of restoration work in progress and finished work, with letter to Edgar Kaufman from John Michiels, Architectural Consultant for the restoration.

Box 02: Folder 01 Dana-Thomas House Foundation, printed materials 1980s - 1990s

Includes Foundation 1985 Annual Report, tour and membership brochures, cards, post-cards, publications on the history of the house that FLW built for Susan Lawrence Dana.

Box 02: Folder 02 Pope-Leighey House materials written by Loren Pope 1948, 1965

Contains two publications written by Loren Pope on the subject of the Pope-Leighey House, printed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC.

Box 02: Folder 03 Oak Park Tour Center, printed materials undated

Contains tour brochures.

Box 02: Folder 04 Little House (MN) - relocation to Metropolitan Museum of Art, publication 1972

Coverage in the picture section of the Minneapolis Tribune, dated August 20, 1972.

Box 02: Folder 05 Fallingwater - Western Pennsylvania Conservancy publication and tour revenue correspondence 1965, 1976-77

Includes one copy of "Water, Land and Life" which features a story about Fallingwater tours and correspondence between the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy and William Shopsin regarding visitors and monies generated by tours of Fallingwater.

Box 02: Folder 06 Misc. FLW building brochures and histories undated

Series IV: Exhibitions / Auctions

contains exhibition catalogs, announcements, guest lists and sellers catalogs for various Frank Lloyd Wright themed exhibitions and auctions. Includes printed materials related to the Frank Lloyd Wright room exhibition at the V & A Museum in London.

Box 02: Folder 07 Gimbel Brothers, Philadelphia, exhibition announcements and press releases 1951

Includes catalog for travelling exhibition to Florence, Italy.

Box 02: Folder 08 Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris 1952

Contains exhibition catalog and one copy of article from Le Figaro (in French).

Box 02: Folder 09 National Institute of Arts and Letters, Frank Lloyd Wright Gold Medal Recipient 1953

Contains catalog for exhibition in honor of FLW awarded the Gold Medal for Architecture on May 27, 1953.

Box 02: Folder 10 Frank Lloyd Wright room at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London 1974

Contains news clippings, exhibition brochure, correspondence to Edgar Kaufman and interior photograph of an exhibit of a FLW-designed room reconstructed at the V&A Museum in London.

Box 02: Folder 11 Misc. exhibition announcements and catalogs 1949 - 1992
Box 02: Folder 12 Bookseller and Auction House sales catalogs 1970s - 1980s, undated

Includes list of FLW archival materials offered for sale through California Book Auction Galleries, 1981.

Series V: Ephemera

consists of a brochure with map, promotional pennant flag and room rate and meal tariff card from the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. Also includes a whimsical cut-and-fold model of the Robie House, issued by Monte Enterprises, and Frank Lloyd Wright postage stamps issued in 1966 as part of the "Prominent Americans" series.

Box 02: Folder 13 Imperial Hotel (Japan) undated

Brochure, city map, sticker, and room and meal tariff menu.

Box 04: Folder 08 Imperial Hotel (Japan) undated

Felt pennant flag.

Drawer 98 Robie House cut and fold scale model 1968

Issued by Monte Enterprises (makers of cut and fold models of historical buildings and national monuments); with original mailing envelope with order sheet.

Box 02: Folder 14 Frank Lloyd Wright postage stamps 1966

U.S. Postage stamps featuring Frank Lloyd Wright and image of the Guggenheim Museum. Part of the "Prominent Americans Series" issued in 1966.

Series VI: Newspaper Clippings

includes numerous clippings from local and national newspapers grouped by theme or subject. Includes Frank Lloyd Wright obituaries, biographical portraits, articles about FLW's family (children, grandchildren), book reviews, critiques and criticisms. Also includes documentation of the Guggenheim Museum building and the public response to it.

Box 02: Folder 15 Frank Lloyd Wright obituaries and other biographical subjects 1959, 1967, 1972

Includes newspaper clippings related to FLW's birth date, early biography, and various obituaries.

Box 02: Folder 16 Frank Lloyd Wright family clippings 1970s, undated

Includes an obituary of FLW's sister Maginel Wright Barney.

Box 02: Folder 17 Book reviews 1953, 1957, undated
Box 02: Folder 18 Guggenheim Museum 1951 - 1959

Includes newspaper clippings related to the design plans for the Guggenheim Musem; criticism and remarks by Robert Moses on the occasion of the Guggenheim dedication.

Box 02: Folder 19 Specific Buildings, Projects 1930s-1970s

Includes short articles on The Imperial Hotel, Larkin Building, Robie House demolition, and other buildings and projects.

Box 02: Folder 20 Monona Terrace Project 1995

Contains articles related to the Monona Terrace project from theWisconsin State Journal.

Box 02: Folder 21 Miscellaneous Frank Lloyd Wright clippings 1940s-1970s

Series VII: Photographs

contains black and white photographs of the entrance to the Johnson Wax Company Building in Racine, Wisconsin, the Barnsdall House in Los Angeles, California and the John Pew House in Madison, Wisconsin. Also included is a group photograph taken in the interior of the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan in 1929 on the occasion of the World Engineering Congress.

Box 02: Folder 22 Entrance to Johnson Wax Co. (Racine, WI) ca. 1940s

Small (2 1/4" x 3 1/2"), black and white photo.

Box 02: Folder 22 Barnsdall House (Los Angeles, CA) undated

Black and white photograph (4 7/8" x 6 7/8"), front detail.

Box 02: Folder 22 John Pew House (Madison, WI) undated

Negative (or contact print?) markedArchitectural Forum.

Box 04: Folder 07 Group photo taken in the interior of the Imperial Hotel (Tokyo, Japan) 1929 Nov

Photograph taken at the Imperial Hotel on the occasion of the World Engineering Congress.

Series VIII: Publications

primarily consists of magazine and journal articles from the 1930s through the 1960s originally housed in the Ware Library vertical files. Some highlights include the complete, bound January 1938 and January 1951 issues of The Architectural Forum and the November 1955 issue of House Beautiful. Also includes typewritten bibliographies, one of which was prepared by James Muggenburg in 1970.

Box 02: Folder 23 Bibliographies, building lists 1970, undated

"Frank Lloyd Wright In Print: 1959 - 1970" bibliography prepared by James Muggenburg; 2 page typewritten bibliography of publications written by FLW; list of FLW building designs 1893-1959 compiled by John Lloyd Wright.

Box 03: Folder 01 Articles and printed materials 1920s-1930s

Contains the complete, bound January 1938 issue ofThe Architectural Forum.

Box 03: Folder 02 Articles and printed materials 1920s-1930s
Box 03: Folder 03 Articles and printed materials 1920s-1930s

Contains complete, bound copies ofThe Japanese Architectfrom 1929;Pencil Pointsfrom 1938; andFLW - An Analysisby T.F. Hamlin.

Box 03: Folder 04 Articles and printed materials 1940s

Includes 6 fold-out sketches from the January 1948 issue ofThe Architectural Forum.

Box 03: Folder 05 Articles and printed materials 1940s

Includes FLW's essay "The American Quality" from the October 1941 issue ofScribner's Commentator.

Box 03: Folder 06 Articles and printed materials 1950s

Includes the complete, bound copy of the Summer 1954 issueLandscape.

Box 04: Folder 01 Articles and Printed Materials 1950s

Includes the complete January 1951 issue ofThe Architectural Forum(Johnson Wax Building and other buildings).

Box 04: Folder 02 Articles and printed materials 1950s

Contains 2 copies of the November 1955 FLW issue ofHouse Beautiful(pages 233-382, unbound).

Box 04: Folder 03 Articles and printed materials 1950s

Contains "Sixty Years of Living Architecture" - 1952 (in German); and complete, bound issue of the February 1956 issue ofArizona Highwaysfeaturing a special section on FLW and Taliesin.

Box 04: Folder 04 Articles and printed materials 1950s

Contains the complete, bound June 1959 issue ofArchitectural Forumspecial issue on FLW and one copy of the FLW special section.

Box 04: Folder 05 Articles and printed materials 1960s

IncludesFrank Lloyd Wright's War on the Fine Artsby James Marston Fitch; and multi-part series on FLW that appeared in the "Saturday Evening Post" (on personal life and scandals).

Box 04: Folder 06 Articles and printed materials 1960s

Contains the complete, bound May 1962 publication "Let's See" which features a pictorial essay about Taliesin three years after FLW's death.