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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch of William A. Storrer

The Storrer Catalog Numbering System: an explanation of its significance.

Scope and Content of the collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

References to works by William Allin Storrer

Description of Series

Series A: Publications, 1977-2001, not dated

Series B: Research Materials, 1949-2002

Series C: Visual Materials

Series D: Drawings

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

William A. Storrer papers,

1949-2002



Collection Summary

Creator: Storrer, William Allin, 1936-
Title: William A. Storrer papers,
Dates: 1949-2002
Abstract: William Storrer (1936- ) is an educator and a noted scholar of the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The Storrer papers include manuscript, research and reference materials. The collection consists of photographic prints, slides, drawings, papers, books and periodicals primarily relating to all editions of his definitive publications: The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Complete Catalog; The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Guide to Extant Structures; The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion; and FLlW Update.
Identification: STORR
Quantity: 28 linear feet textual material, 600 strips (approximately 4,446 frames) color 35mm negative film, 2 4x5 color negatives, 68 halftone prints, 3,864 black and white photographic prints, 298 color photographic prints, approximately 2,700 35 mm slides, 404 sheets architectural drawings, 9 audio tapes, 30 microcassettes, 41 DVDs and 1 super 8 film.
Language: Material is in English, Chinese, Italian, and Japanese.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of William A. Storrer

William Allin Storrer was born on March 22, 1936 in Highland Park, Michigan. He graduated from Harvard College with an undergraduate degree in Engineering Sciences (1959), recieved his master's degree in Theater Arts from Boston University (1962) and his doctorate in Comparative Arts from Ohio University, Athens (1968). He was certified in Video Production (1977) and Travel Agency Management (1984) and recieved a teaching certificate as a Media Specialist from Montclair State University, New Jersey (1992).

Early in his career, Storrer worked in the engineering field. After finishing his graduate degree in theater arts, Storrer began his teaching career and taught in high schools, colleges and universities in New Jersey, South Carolina, New York and Ohio. Concurrently, he continued to pursue his interest in the arts through various positions in non-academic fields (i.e., Manager of the Harvard Opera Guild and President of the Guild of Photographic Artists). He has traveled extensively, researched his family's genealogy, written original plays, composed musicals, produced films, given seminars and exhibited his photographic works.

Storrer is a noted scholar of the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Storrer published the first comprehensive catalog of Wright's built work, The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Comprehensive Catalog (1973); as well as The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion (1993). He is also responsible for developing a definitive numbering system (The Storrer Catalog Numbering System) of Wright's built works. He created The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Guide to Extant Structures (1980) to provide maps and directions to Wright's built works. He also wrote, edited and published a monthly newsletter FLlW Update (1988-1998) which he has continued to publish as an online newsletter. Beyond Frank Lloyd Wright, he has written over 400 articles for newspapers and magazines about the arts, technology and travel in the United States, England and New Zealand. In 2004 Storrer was appointed Adjunct Professor of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin to provide continued opportunities to advance Frank Lloyd Wright scholarship.

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The Storrer Catalog Numbering System: an explanation of its significance.

Most items in the Storrer Collection in the Alexander Architectural Archives are cataloged by the published Storrer Catalog numbering system of the built work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Accordingly, when one wishes to access an item, it should be referred to by this catalog number which may be found in either The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, a complete catalog (3rd of later edition) or The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion.

The creation of the catalog of Wright's built work came about when Professor Storrer noted in 1968 that there was no accurate published listing of Wright's built work. Working with Taliesin archivist Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, Storrer created as accurate a listing as could be produced with information in the files of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Between the fall of 1958 and the summer of 1971, he visited all known sites and photographed the extant work. He further collected photographs of demolished structures and, in 1974, his findings were published as The Architectures of Frank Lloyd Wright, a complete catalog.

Continuing his research, twenty years later The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion was published with the catalog numbering refined to be commensurate with electronic searching. The Companion contained plans of all built structures for which a plan could be produced as well as many interior photographs of both extant and destroyed structures.

The Storrer Catalog identifies built work only. The Storrer Catalog number, S. ### identifies each built work as constructed, which may differ significantly from Wright's original design. This, therefore, provides the researcher with a means of distinguishing specifically an existing Wright structure from its original plan. Taliesin apprentices who supervised construction often made on-site changes, such that the plan is not an accurate representation of what was built.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation employs an accession numbering system to identify original documents including plans of Wight's built and unbuilt structures. This T. ### system was created by Professor Anthony Alofsin with Taliesin archivist Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer and is referenced in the Companion. It is suggested that, when referring to an unbuilt work of the original design (rather than the finished work as constructed), this number may be used for identification and differentiation of plan and built work, while the Storrer Catalog system be used when discussing built work.

The University of Texas and its faculty of the School of Architecture have been designated by Professor Storrer as the only institution which may in any way alter of update the Storrer Catalog numbering system and/or The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, a complete catalog or The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion.

It is expected that users of these materials will identify built work of Frank Lloyd Wright in their writings and other presentations not only by the name of the work by also with Storrer Catalog number.

View an index of Storrer numbers here.

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Scope and Content of the collection

Printed material, correspondence, creative works, both writing and photographic material, reference material, architectural drawings, and maps created and collected by William A. Storrer, document his work on Frank Lloyd Wright. The collection is divided into five series: Publications, Research Materials, Photographic Materials, Slides, and Drawings.

In the Publications series, drafts, proofs, editor's notes, correspondence and contracts document the administration and process of publication of Storrer's four major works of Frank Lloyd Wright scholarship: Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, a Complete Catalog; Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: a Guide to Extant Structures; Frank Lloyd Wright Companion; and FLlW Update. All English editions are included, as well as Italian (1996), Chinese (1997), and Japanese (2000) translations of Frank Lloyd Wright Companion.

The Research Materials series records Storrer's research process and includes seven subseries: Built Works, Taliesin Associated Architects Projects Based on Wright Designs, Projects Not Designed by Wright, Correspondence, Creative Works, Reference Material, and Foundations.

The Built Works subseries is organized into files following the numbering system created by Storrer to identify structures designed by Frank Lloyd Wright's and completed in his lifetime. These files include floor plans, correspondence, clippings, photographic material, and notes related to each individual structure. Note that Storrer's plans of Wright buildings are re-drawn from the Taliesin plans.

In the Taliesin and Projects Not Designed by Wright subseries projects are arranged alphabetically. These files include floor plans, correspondence, clippings, printed materials, and notes.

The Correspondence subseries contains both loose correspondence arranged chronologically and by name of correspondent and labeled binders arranged by Storrer. Folders contain contracts, licenses, letters, e-mails, faxes, and other associated materials.

Included in the Creative Works subseries are Storrer's manuscript and related material in the form of handwritten and typed notes, drafts, correspondence, proposals, sketches and maps.

The Reference Material subseries contains printed material that includes information on modern architects and architecture and Frank Lloyd Wright. Materials include clippings, press releases, newsletters, catalogs, programs, and promotional brochures.

Storrer's interest in the following Frank Lloyd Wright organizations is documented in the Foundation subseries: the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy (River Forest, Ill.), the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation (Oak Park, Ill.), Taliesin West (Scottsdale, Ariz.), and the Taliesin Preservation Commission (Spring Green, Wis.).

The Visual Materials Series contains negatives, photographic prints, and slides documenting the built works of Frank Lloyd Wright and are arranged by the Storrer Numbering System. Many of these images are used in Storrer's publications. Also included are audio tapes of Storrer's interviews with Frank Lloyd Wright clients. Additionally, a digital representation of one of the films in the Visual Material Series is available online through Texas ScholarWorks.

The Drawings subseries contains 404 architectural drawings of completed Frank Lloyd Wright buildings. These are arranged alphabetically by client name.

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Restrictions

Policies Governing Use and Access

This collection is open for research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using archival materials. As all or portions of this collection may be housed off-site, advance notice of at least three working days is required for retrieval. Certain items may require additional time for flattening or humidifying before they can be viewed. Access is by appointment only. Please contact the archives' reference staff for further information.

Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasions of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person).

The Alexander Architectural Archives operate in accordance with applicable federal or state laws and regulations, providing unrestricted access to university records not covered by state and federal right to privacy acts.

The Alexander Architectural Archives, The University of Texas Libraries, and The University of Texas at Austin, assume no responsibility for infringement of literary property rights and copyright or for liability to any person for defamation or invasion of privacy that results from a researcher's use of collections.

Researchers agree to indemnify and hold harmless The University of Texas at Austin, and their officers, employees, and agents from and against all suits, claims, actions, and expenses arising out of use of collections held by the libraries. Please alert staff if anything inappropriate is found during research.

Copyright interests in this collection may not have been transferred to the University of Texas. Researchers assume full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply. Additionally, the public use of material must be cited. See citation information below.

Digital Materials

Texas ScholarWorks is a campus-wide repository for electronic materials, and as such holds digital works and provides related services. The Repository was established to provide open, online access to the products of the University's research and scholarship, to preserve these works for future generations, to promote new models of scholarly communication, and to help deepen community understanding of the value of higher education.

The Alexander Architectural Archives make available born digital and digitized materials from its collections through the use of Texas ScholarWorks, and on the Texas ScholarWorks website, the Alexander Architectural Archives Sub-Community houses digital materials from collections within its repository to enable researchers to access these materials remotely.

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Index Terms

Creators (persons):
Storrer, William Allin, 1936-
Subjects (organizations):
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Taliesin East (Spring Green, Wis.)
Taliesin West (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
Subjects:
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959--Catalogs
Architecture--Designs and plans--United States
Architects--United States
Usonian houses--United States
Places:
Chicago (Ill.)
Oak Park (Ill.)
Scottsdale (Ariz.)
Spring Green (Wis.)
Document Types:
Manuscripts and technical drawings
Drafts
Galley Proofs
Photographs

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Related Material

Selections from William Storrer's library are cataloged and located in the Architecture and Planning Library, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Frank Lloyd Wright Companion images are also available online at the Oak Park Public Library, Illinois.

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Administrative Information

Citation

William Allin Storrer papers, Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Materials processed by: Roseangela Briscese, Kathryn Pierce, Louise LaLonde and Kayoko Shimanuki for INF389F, December 2005; and Eleen Wu, Donna Coates, and Sarah Cleary, February 2006-May 2008.

Processing is not completed. Please see archival staff for more information.

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References to works by William Allin Storrer

Storrer, William Allin. The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Complete Catalog. 3rd ed. Chicago, 2002.

Storrer, William Allin. The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Guide to Extant Structures. Newark, NJ, 1997.

Storrer, William Allin. The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin. Madison, Wis., 1988.

Storrer, William Allin. The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion. Chicago, 2006.

Storrer, William Allin. The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion. West Chicago, 1995.

Storrer, William Allin. The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion. Chicago, 1993. (CD Rom)

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Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Series A: Publications, 1977-2001, not dated
(13.75 linear feet)

Series Abstract
The Publications series contains material reflecting the administration and process of the publication of William A. Storrer's work on American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Four subseries represent each of these works: The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Complete Catalog; The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion; The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Guide to Extant Structures; and FLlW Update. Manuscripts, proofs, corrections, editors' notes, contracts and correspondence illuminate Storrer's professional life as it relates to his published work.
A1: Catalog, 1977-2001
(3.75 linear feet, 9 manuscript boxes)
Manuscripts, proofs, contracts and correspondence related to the various editions (1973, 1974, 1978, 1988, 2001, 2002) of the publication of The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: A Complete Catalog, including original submissions, editors' corrections and final revisions. Correspondence, primarily between Storrer and the University of Chicago Press staff, demonstrates Storrer's interest in a color version of the Catalog several years before its publication. Information regarding a fourth "edition" (no date) includes corrections. Considered the first comprehensive catalog of the built works of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Original order and folder titles were kept when possible. Additional correspondence is included in the Research Materials, Correspondence series. Published copies are cataloged and located in the Architecture and Planning Library, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.
Catalog: Manuscript drafts and proofs, 1971-1989
box folder
1 1 Original submission, 1971
2 Drafts, 1971
3 Wright buildings, list and maps
4 Alphabetical cross-reference
5 1st edition, copy/text, 1970-1972
6 1st edition, drafts and corrections, 1973
7 1st edition, layout dummy, 1974
8 Alphabetical index, undated
9 Geographic index, 1971
10 2nd edition, final text submission, undated
11 2nd edition, corrections by Denis C. Schmiedeke, undated
box folder
2 1 2nd edition, galley proofs (1 of 2), undated
2 2nd edition, galley proofs (2 of 2), undated
3 2nd edition, design/layout trials, 1977
4 2nd edition, manuscript, 1977
5 3rd edition, 1st draft, text and diagrams, December 1987 and April 1988
6 3rd edition, 1st draft, maps (1 of 2), December 1987
box folder
3 1 3rd edition, 1st draft, maps (2 of 2), December 1987
2 3rd edition, MIT copy (1 of 3), June-December 1987
3 3rd edition, MIT copy (2 of 3), June-December 1987
4 3rd edition, MIT copy (3 of 3), June-December 1987
5 3rd edition, MIT, 1st laser corrections, May-August 1988
6 3rd edition, MIT, 1st revision, August-September 1988
7 3rd edition, corrections (1 of 2), September-December 1988
8 3rd edition, corrections (2 of 2), September-December 1988
box folder
4 1 3rd edition, printout, corrections, December 1988
2 3rd edition, printout and indices, corrections, December 1988
3 3rd edition, text revisions (1 of 2), 1988
4 3rd edition, text revisions (2 of 2), 1988
5 3rd edition, index revisions, 1988
6 3rd edition, miscellaneous revisions, 1988
7 3rd edition, corrections, January-March 1989
8 Storrer Cataloging Numbering System, 1990
9 Storrer Cataloging Numbering System, original 3 x 5 index cards
Catalog: Proofs and correspondence, 1999-2002
box folder
5 1 Color 2002 edition, original submission [in original binder]
2 Color 2002 edition, computerized text [in original binder]
box folder
6 1 Color 2002 edition, editor's corrections [in original binder]
2 Color 2002 edition, correspondence [in original binder]
box folder
7 1 Color 2002 edition, master [in original binder]
2 Color 2002 edition, revisions to master [in original binder]
box folder
8 1 Color 2002 edition, final revisions [in original binder]
2 Color 2002 edition, printer's proof (1 of 2) [in original binder]
box folder
9 1 Color 2002 edition, printer's proof (2 of 2) [in original binder]
A2: Companion, 1989-1998
(5 linear feet, 9 manuscript boxes)
Manuscripts, proofs, contracts and correspondence regarding the production of The Frank Lloyd Wright Companion, published in 1993 and the CD-Rom edition (1995). Includes foreign language versions and proofs: Italian (1996), Chinese (1997), and Japanese (2000). This work included building plans for the first time in Storrer's work. Publication copies of 5 English printings and all foreign language editions are cataloged and located in the Architecture and Planning Library, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.
Original order and folder titles were kept when possible. Manuscript drafts and proofs include some correspondence. All materials reference the Storrer Numbering System.
Companion: English edition drafts, galleys and proofs, 1998-1990, 1996
box folder
10 1 University of Chicago "house" style sheet, undated
2 Text proofs, S.001-S.062, February-July 1989
3 Text proofs, S.063-S.125, February-July 1989
4 Text proofs, S.126-S.187, February-July 1989
5 Text proofs, S.188-S.240, February-July 1989
6 Text proofs, S.241-S.299, February-July 1989
7 Text proofs, S.300-S.361, February-July 1989
8 Text proofs, S.362-S.399, February-July 1989
9 Text proofs, S.400-S.442, February-July 1989
10 Text proof corrections, 1989
11 Text draft with corrections, 1990
box folder
11 1 Computer printout, part 1 (S.001-S.061), 1991
2 Computer printout, part 1 (S.062-S.128), 1991
3 Computer printout, part 1 (S.129-S.187), 1991
4 Computer printout, part 1 (S.188-S.248), 1991
5 Computer printout, part 2 (S.249-S.303), 1991
box folder
12 1 Computer printout, part 2 (S.304-S.345), 1991
2 Computer printout, part 2 (S.346-S.393), 1991
3 Computer printout, part 2 (S.394-S.433), 1991
4 Page proofs with revisions, 1991
5 Catalog section edits, April 1991
6 Updates, April 1991
7 First clean-up corrections, Fall 1991
8 Final clean-up corrections, Fall 1991
box folder
13 1 Editor's notes (pages 100-152), 1992
2 Editor's notes (pages 151-300), 1992
3 Editor's notes (pages 301-450), 1992
4 Editor's notes (pages 451-600), 1992
5 Editor's notes (pages 601-705), 1992
6 Responses to editor's notes, 1992
box folder
14 1 Queries/responses to 1st edition, 1992
2 Deletions/alterations to 1st edition, 1992
3 Changes/additions, 1993
4 Page proofs with copy-editing [undated]
5 Font layout, 1993
6 "Headers," 1990
7 Acknowledgements, 1993
8 Preface, 1993
9 Introduction revisions, 1993
10 Frank Lloyd Wright building checklists, 1988-1989
11 Frank Lloyd Wright building checklists, 1990-1993
box folder
70 Galleys, 1st revised
Signatures
Companion: English edition indices and graphic material
box folder
15 1 Indices proof, 1989
2 Alphabetical Index, 1990-1991
3 Alphabetical Index, 1993
4 Geographic Index, 1990-1991
5 Geographic Index, 1993
6 Diagrams, 1988, undated
7 List of plans, 1990-1993
8 Original set of working plans (S.000-S.099)
9 Original set of working plans (S.100-S.199)
box folder
16 1 Original set of working plans (S.200-S.299)
2 Original set of working plans (S.300-S.399)
3 Original set of working plans (S.400-S.433)
4 Illustration credits
5 Missing photos [list]
6 Missing photos [photocopies]
7 Photos by Negative Number, 1994
8 Photos by Negative Number, May 1994
9 Photos by Negative Number, June 1994
box folder
17 1 Photos by Negative Number, August 1994
Companion: English edition printing corrections
box folder
70 Page proofs with corrections [2nd edition/printing]
box folder
17 2 Printing corrections [all editions/printings]
3 Printing corrections [4th edition/printing]
Companion: English edition marketing
box folder
17 4 Marketing
5 Reviews
Companion: CD-ROM edition, 1995
box folder
17 6 Photo list for CD-ROM edition
7 Text proof for CD-ROM edition (S.000-S.169)
8 Text proof for CD-ROM edition (S.170-S.324)
9 Text proof for CD-ROM edition (S.325-S.433)
Companion: Foreign editions, 1996-2000
box folder
18 1 Italian translation draft (S.000-S.099)
2 Italian translation draft (S.100-S.280)
3 Italian translation draft (S.281-S.433)
4 Italian translation page proofs (S.000-S.211)
5 Italian translation page proofs (S.212-S.433)
box folder
70 Chinese translation page proofs
Chinese edition corrections/proofs, 1997
box folder
19 1 Japanese edition correspondence (part 1 of 2)
2 Japanese edition correspondence (part 2 of 2)
box folder
70 Japanese edition page samples, 1999
Japanese edition signatures
A3: Guide to Extant Structures, 1973-1997
(1.25 linear feet, 4 manuscript boxes)
Published copies, corrections and editor's notes on The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: a Guide to Extant Structures, 4th edition (1976) to 17th edition (1997). The third edition (1973), The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: Locations of Extant Work, represents name change of publication. Beginning in 1989, Storrer edited copies of the current year for the following editions.
box folder
19 3 Guide, 3rd edition (1973), 4th edition (1976), 5th edition (1977)
4 Guide, 6th edition (1978)
5 Guide, 7th edition (1980)
6 Guide, 8th edition (1987)
7 Guide, 9th edition (1988)
8 Guide, 10th edition, 100th anniversary edition (1989), master
9 Guide, 10th edition, 100th anniversary edition (1989)
box folder
20 1 Guide, 10th edition (1989), corrected copy
2 Guide, 11th edition (1990)
3 Guide, 11th edition (1990), corrected copies
4 Guide, 12th edition (1991)
5 Guide, 12th edition (1991), corrected copies
6 Guide, 1991 edition, master
7 Guide, 1991 edition
box folder
21 1 Guide, 14th edition (1993), master
2 Guide, 14th edition (1993)
3 Guide, 15th edition (1994), master
4 Guide, 15th edition (1994)
5 Guide, 15th edition (1994), corrected copies
6 Guide, 16th edition (1995), master
7 Guide, 16th edition (1995)
8 Guide, 16th edition (1995), corrected copies
9 Guide, 17th edition (1997)
10 Guide, 17th edition (1997), corrected copies
11 Guide, 18th edition, millennial edition (1990), corrected copies
box folder
22 1 Guide, (2001), master, editor's notes, updates
2 Marketing
A4: FLlW Update, 1988-1997
(1.25 linear feet, 4 manuscript boxes)
Correspondence and subscription lists for the FLlW Update written, edited, and published by Storrer. Production and final copies of the newsletter (Summer 1988 - September 1997), Volume 0 - 72. Storrer continues the newsletter in an online format (http://www.franklloydwrightinfo.com). The FLlW Update is cataloged and located in the Architecture and Planning Library, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.
box folder
22 3 Correspondence, 1989-1991, undated
4 Correspondence, 1992-1994
5 E-mail correspondence, 2000-
6 Survey responses, 1990
box folder
23 1 Subscription information
2 Subscription mailing lists, 1988-1989, undated
3 Subscription mailing lists, 1990-1991
4 Subscribption mailing lists, 1992-1994
5 Wrightian Northeasters subscription information, 1990-1991
6 FLlW Update, 1988-1990 issues
7 FLlW Update, 1991-1993 issues
8 FLlW Update, 1994-1998 issues
box folder
24 1 FLlW Update, notes
2 FLlW Update, article submissions
3 FLlW Update, dummy copies
4 FLlW Update, graphics
5 FLlW Update, photographs (8 prints)
6 FLlW Update, paste ups

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Series B: Research Materials, 1949-2002
(14.65 linear feet)

Series Abstract
The Research Materials series records Storrer's research process and includes seven subseries: Built Works, Taliesin Associated Architects Projects Based on Wright Designs, Projects Not Designed by Wright, Correspondence, Creative Works, Reference Material, and Foundations. Each of these is made up of documents collected by William Storrer over the course of his career as a scholar on Frank Lloyd Wright.
B1: Built Works, 1969-1994
(7 linear feet, 17 manuscript boxes)
Includes floor plans, correspondence, clippings, photographs, printed material, and notes pertaining to specific structures designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in his lifetime. The material in this subseries is organized into numerically ordered files according to the Storrer Numbering System. For corresponding names of projects, please consult Storrer's publications. Storrer's plans of Wright buildings are re-drawn from the Taliesin plans. Not all projects have material in this series.
box folder
24 7 Companion plans (7.0), S.000-S.099
8 Companion plans (7.0), S.100-S.178
9 Companion plans (7.0), S.179-S.276
10 Companion plans (7.0), S.277-S.368
11 Companion plans (7.0), S.369-S.433
box
25 Project reference files, S.000-S.047
box
26 Project reference files, S.048-S.072
box
27 Project reference files, S.073-S.109
box
28 Project reference files, S.110-S.139
box
29 Project reference files, S.140-S.167
box
30 Project reference files, S.168-S.196
box
31 Project reference files, S.197-S.216
box
32 Project reference files, S.217-S.235
box
33 Project reference files, S.236-S.273
box
34 Project reference files, S.274-S.292
box
35 Project reference files, S.293-S.311
box
36 Project reference files, S.312-S.335
box
37 Project reference files, S.336-S.358
box
38 Project reference files, S.359-S.386
box
39 Project reference files, S.387-S.411
box
40 Project reference files, S.412-S.433
box folder
71 2 Various projects, drawings, plans and notes
B2: Taliesin Associated Architects Projects Based on Wright Designs
(.25 linear feet)
Taliesin Associated Architects projects are arranged alphabetically by project name followed by a numbering system devised by Storrer. One file includes Wright-designed projects that were not built. Files may include floor plans, correspondence, clippings, printed materials, and notes.
box folder
41 1 Taliesin Associated Architects project records list
2 "Alladin model, " Calif. (A444)
3 Bendheim residence, Paradise Valley, Ariz. (A439)
4 Feldman residence, Berkeley, Calif. (A436)
5 First Christian Church, Phoenix, Ariz. (A437)
6 Klotsche residence, Santa Fe, N.M. (A4440)
7 Lovness cottage, Stilwater, Minn. (A435)
8 Monona Terrace, Madison, Wis.
9 Paradise Peak West, Ariz. (A440)
10 Sandalwood Estates clubhouse, Waikapu, Maui, Hawaii (A443)
11 Usonian exhibit, Frank Lloyd Wright: In the Realm of Ideas (A442)
12 West residence, Manassas, Va. (A441)
13 Wright projects not built
B3: Projects not designed by Wright
(.25 linear feet)
Storrer determined these projects are not by Frank Lloyd Wright and did not include them in his publications. Some of these projects were formerly thought to be by Wright. Projects are arranged alphabetically by project name or location. These files may include floor plans, correspondence, clippings, printed materials, and notes.
box folder
41 14 Various projects
15 826 Milburn Street, Evanston, Ill.
16 Baker residence, Wilmette, Ill.
17 Burke residence, Three Rivers, Mich.
18 Crane residence, Marathon, Fla.
19 Fiske cottage, North Manitou Island, Mich.
20 Lau cottage, Montague, Mich.
21 Tomlinson Subdivision, Chicago, Ill.
B4: Correspondence, 1981-2001
(3 linear feet, 7 manuscript boxes)
Contains loose correspondence arranged by chronology and names of correspondents. Labeled binders arranged by Storrer have been taken apart and folder arrangement follows Storrer's original order when possible. Most folders listed by name of correspodent reflect Storrer's organization. Folders contain contracts, licenses, letters and their enclosures, if any, as well as emails and faxes and other associated material.
box folder
42 1 Addresses and phone numbers
2 Correspondence, undated
3 Correspondence, 1968
4 Correspondence, 1969
5 Correspondence, 1970
6 Correspondence, 1971
7 Correspondence, 1972
8 Correspondence, 1973
9 Correspondence, 1974
10 Correspondence, 1975
11 Correspondence, 1976
12 Correspondence, 1977
13 Correspondence, 1978
14 Correspondence, 1979
box folder
43 1 Correspondence, 1980
2 Correspondence, 1981
3 Correspondence, 1982
4 Correspondence, 1983
5 Correspondence, 1984
6 Correspondence, 1985
7 Correspondence, 1986
8 Correspondence, 1987
9 Correspondence, 1988
10 Correspondence, 1989
11 Correspondence, 1990
12 Correspondence, 1991
13 Correspondence, 1992
box folder
44 1 Correspondence, 1993
2 Correspondence, 1994
3 Correspondence, 1995
4 Correspondence, 1996
5 Correspondence, 1997
6 Correspondence, 1998
7 Correspondence, 1999
8 Correspondence, 2000
9 Correspondence, 2001
10 Correspondence, 2002
box folder
45 1 Correspondence, Addis, Reid M.
2 Correspondence, Alofsin, Anthony
3 Correspondence, American Institute of Architects Press
4 Correspondence, American National Biography
5 Correspondence, Barnes & Noble Books
6 Correspondence, Domino's Farms Corporation
7 Correspondence, Frank Lloyd Wright Association (Japan)
8 Correspondence, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation/Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer
9 Correspondence, Garbriel, J. Francois
10 Correspondence, Gelbin, Allan J.
11 Correspondence, Heinz, Thomas A.
12 Correspondence, Heyman, Mark
13 Correspondence, Hitchcock, Russell
14 Correspondence, Horizon Press
15 Correspondence, John Peter Associates, Inc.
16 Correspondence, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Publishers
17 Correspondence, Johnson Foundation
18 Correspondence, Kamrath, Karl
19 Correspondence, Marlin, William
20 Correspondence, Meehan, Patrick
box folder
46 1 Correspondence, Messana, Joseph P.
2 Correspondence, MIT Press
3 Correspondence, Oxford University Press
4 Correspondence, Prairie Multimedia
5 Correspondence, Prairie School Press
6 Correspondence, Questia
7 Correspondence, Rickard, Tom
8 Correspondence, Rizzoli International Publications, Inc.
9 Correspondence, Schmiedeke, Denis C.
10 Correspondence, Schutack, George
11 Correspondence, Sprague, Paul
box folder
47 1 Correspondence, Stefan, George
2 Correspondence, Stricker, Milton
3 Correspondence, Tafel, Edgar
4 Correspondence, Taliesin
5 Correspondence, Twiss, Richard
6 Correspondence, University of Chicago, undated
7 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1988
8 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1989
9 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1990
10 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1991
11 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1992
12 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1993
box folder
48 1 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1994
2 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1995
3 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1996
4 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1997
5 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1998
6 Correspondence, University of Chicago, 1999
7 Correspondence, University of Chicago, photo orders and permissions
8 Correspondence, Wayne State University Press
9 Correspondence, Williams, Greg
10 Correspondence, Zanichelli Editore
B5: Interviews with Frank Lloyd Wright Clients
(.08 linear feet textual material, 39 audio cassettes)
box folder
48 11 Transcripts of audio interviews with Frank Lloyd Wright clients
B6: Creative Works
(.60 linear feet, 2 manuscript boxes)
Includes Storrer's manuscript and related material in the form of handwritten and typed notes, drafts, correspondence, proposals, sketches and maps.
box folder
49 1 Business cards
2 Grant proposals
3 Exhibits
4 Notes (1 of 3)
5 Notes (2 of 3)
6 Notes (3 of 3)
7 Drafts
8 Publication proposals
9 "Complex Grids in Frank Lloyd Wright Designs"
10 "Creativity and Geometry..."
11 "Design Principles of Organic Architecture"
12 "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Death of the Prairie School"
13 "Frank Lloyd Wright Late Domestic Work, a Tentative Outline"
14 "Frank Lloyd Wright: Diversity for Humanity"
box folder
50 1 "Frank Lloyd Wright: Principles and Practice"
2 "Frank Lloyd Wright: Principles of Organic Design"
3 "Stone"
4 "Spaces"
5 "Spring House: A Report on Frank Lloyd Wright's Only Built Florida Residence"
6 Usonian architecture
7 "The Michigan Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright" (1 of 5)
8 "The Michigan Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright" (2 of 5)
9 "The Michigan Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright" (3 of 5)
10 "The Michigan Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright" (4 of 5)
box folder
51 1 "The Michigan Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright" (5 of 5)
2 Lectures by Storrer
3 Lectures by Storrer, Chicago School of Architecture Foundation, 1974
B7: Reference Material, 1949-2002
(2.75 linear feet, 7 manuscript boxes)
Consists of newspaper and journal clippings, brochures, programs, catalogs, newsletters, book catalogs, and other materials related to Frank Lloyd Wright and architecture collected by Storrer for his research.
box folder
51 4 American Heritage Home Trust
5 Architectural tours
6 Auction catalogs, various
7 Auction catalogs, Christie's American Auction News
8 Auction catalogs, Christie's Auction Results, 1991-1996
9 Auction catalogs, Christie's East, Twentieth Century Decorative Arts, December 9, 1992
10 Auction catalogs, Christie's East, Twentieth Century Decorative Arts including Arts and Crafts, June 8, 1993
11 Auction catalogs, Important Twentieth Century Decorative Arts, June 12, 1993
12 Auction catalogs, Important Works by Frank Lloyd Wright and his Contemporaries from Domino's Center for Architecture and Design, June 12, 1993
13 Auction catalogs, Christie's East, Twentieth Century Decorative Arts, September 22, 1993
14 Auction catalogs, Christie's Important Contemporary International Design, December 10, 1993
15 Auction catalogs, Christie's East, Twentieth Century Decorative Arts, December 8, 1993
box folder
52 1 Auction catalogs, Christie's, Arts and Crafts and Architectural Designs, December 11, 1993
2 Auction catalogs, Christie's, Important Twentieth Century Decorative Arts, December 11, 1993
3 Auction catalogs, Christie's, The Dr. Thomas Howarth Collection, February 17, 1994
4 Auction catalogs, Christie's, The Barbara Streisand Collection, (2 vols.) March 4, 1994
5 Auction catalogs, Christie's, Important Twentieth Century Decorative Arts, March 5, 1994
6 Auction catalogs, Christie's, An Important Collection of Art Nouveau and Art Deco Sculpture, June 11, 1994
7 Auction catalogs, Christie's, Important Twentieth Century Decorative Arts, December 16, 1996
8 Bibliographies of works about Frank Lloyd Wright
box folder
53 1 Book catalogs
2 Book Catalogs, J.B. Muns
3 Book catalogs, MIT Press
4 Book catalogs, Prairie Avenue Bookshop
5 Book reviews, books on Wright
box folder
54 1 Book reviews, University Microfilms, 1994
2 Calendars
3 Canadian Center for Architecture
box folder
71 1 Clippings
box folder
54 4 Clippings, undated
5 Clippings, pre 1970
6 Clippings, 1970s
7 Clippings, 1980s
8 Clippings, 1990s
9 Clippings, 2000s
10 Domino Farms
11 Exhibits on Wright
box folder
55 1 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Japan)
2 Home inventories
3 Internet sources
4 The Johnson Foundation, Inc., Racine, Wisconsin
5 Kelmscott Gallery
6 The Library of Congress
7 Mies van der Rohe
8 National Building Museum
9 National Register of Historic Places
10 National Trust for Historic Preservation
11 Newsletters related to Frank Lloyd Wright
12 Newsletters - "Friends of Kebyar Network News." 1994-2000 [incomplete]
13 Newsletters - Prairie Avenue Bookshop, 1988-1966 [incomplete]
14 Newsletters - River City Society for Historic Preservation, 1994-2002 [incomplete]
15 Newsletters and programs - Society of Architectural Historians
16 Newsletters -"Wright Flyer," 1990-1992 [incomplete]
box folder
56 1 Newsletters - "Wrightings," 1990-2002 [incomplete]
2 Product catalogs
3 Programs and lectures on Wright
4 San Francisco Institute of Architecture
5 Shining Brow, the opera
6 Sullivan, Louis, "Geometry and Ornamentation: Theory and Practice"
7 Swedenborgianism
8 Taliesin Associated Architects
9 Tourism
10 Wright, Eric Lloyd
11 Wright, Frank Lloyd, apprentices
12 Wright, Frank Lloyd, ephemera
13 Wright, Frank Lloyd, general index to the work of
B8: Foundations, 1988-2001
(.8 linear feet, 2 manuscript boxes)
Includes correspondence, reports, and newsletters from the following organizations: the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation (Oak Park, Ill.), Taliesin West (Scottsdale, Ariz.), the Taliesin Preservation Commission (Spring Green, Wis.), the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy (River Forest, Ill.) and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Scottsdale, Ariz.).
box folder
57 1 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, printed material
2 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, programs and events
3 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, publications
4 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, press releases
5 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, printed material, programs, and events
6 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, publications (1 of 2)
7 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, publications (2 of 2)
8 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, newsletter "Whirling Arrow"
box folder
58 1 Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, book and gift catalogs
2 Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, printed material, programs, publications
3 Taliesin Fellows
4 Taliesin Preservation Commission, printed material

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Series C: Visual Materials
(600 strips [approximately 4,446 frames] color 35mm negative film, 2 4x5 color negatives, 68 halftone prints, 3,864 black and white photographic prints, 298 color photographic prints, 2,700 slides, 41 DVDs, and 1 super 8 film.)

Series Abstract
The Visual Materials series contains photographic prints, negatives, and slides used for research and publication of William A. Storrer's work on American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Also included are 41 DVDs of Frank Lloyd Wright images published in Storrer's books. A digital representation of a film capturing footage of three Frank LLoyd Wright properties in this series is available at Texas ScholarWorks for remote viewing.
C1: Indexes to photographic works by Storrer
box folder
58 5 Slide catalogs
6 Black and white negative identification
7 Storrer index and catalog of slides and negatives
C2: Prints
(5 linear feet, 12 manuscript boxes)
Prints include copy work, halftone prints on pages from books, proofs, contact sheets, and original photography by Pedro E. Guerrero, Baltazar Korab, Ezra Stoller, and William Allin Storrer. The bulk of the photographs are arranged by Storrer's numbering system and were removed from a binder labeled "Companion photos." These prints are now filed as reference prints by Storrer's numbers. Contact sheets of Storrer's black and white photography of Frank Lloyd Wright projects are arranged by year.
box folder
58 8 Original Taliesin plans, list
9 Original Taliesin plans (1 of 3)
10 Original Taliesin plans (2 of 3)
11 Original Taliesin plans (3 of 3)
12 Original Taliesin plans, photocopies
box folder
59 1 Contact sheets (b/w), 1951, 1970-1973
2, 3 Contact sheets (b/w), 1976
4 Contact sheets (b/w), 1977-1978
5 Contact sheets (b/w), 1987
6 Contact sheets (b/w), 1988
7, 8 Contact sheets (b/w), 1989
box folder
60 1 Contact sheets (b/w), 1990
2 Contact sheets (b/w), 1991
3 Contact sheets (b/w), 1992
4 Contact sheets (b/w), 1994-1996
5, 6 Catalog prints (b/w)
7 Taliesin East, Spring Green, Wis., prints (b/w)
8 Various projects (not by Wright), prints (b/w)
9 Various projects (not by Wright), prints and slides (color)
box folder
61 1 Pages from Frank Lloyd Wright: Augesfuhrte Bauten, 1911
2 Prints, S.001-S.010
3 Prints, S.011-S.020
4 Prints, S.021-S.030
5 Prints, S.031-S.040
6 Prints, S.041-S.050
7 Prints, S.051-S.060
8 Prints, S.061-S.070
9 Prints, S.071-S.073
box folder
62 1 Prints, S.074-S.080
2 Prints, S.081-S.090
3 Prints, S.091-S.100
4 Prints, S.101-S.110
5 Prints, S.111-S.120
6 Prints, S.121-S.130
7 Prints, S.131-S.140
8 Prints, S.141-S.146
box folder
63 1 Prints, S.147-S.150
2 Prints, S.151-S.160
3 Prints, S.161-S.170
4 Prints, S.171-S.180
5 Prints, S.181-S.190
6 Prints, S.191-S.200
7 Prints, S.201-S.204
box folder
64 1 Prints, S.205-S.210
2 Prints, S.211-S.220
3 Prints, S.221-S.230
4 Prints, S.231-S.240
5 Prints, S.241-S.250
6 Prints, S.251-S.260
box folder
65 1 Prints, S.261-S.270
2 Prints, S.271-S.274
3 Prints, S.275-S.280
4 Prints, S.281-S.284
5 Prints, S.285-S.290
box folder
66 1 Prints, S.291-S.300
2 Prints, S.301-S.310
3 Prints, S.311-S.320
4 Prints, S.321-S.326
box folder
67 1 Prints, S.327-S.330
2 Prints, S.331-S.340
3 Prints, S.341-S.350
4 Prints, S.351-S.354
5 Prints, S.355-S.360
box folder
68 1 Prints, S.361-S.370
2 Prints, S.371-S.377
3 Prints, S.378-S.380
4 Prints, S.381-S.385
5 Prints, S.386-S.390
6 Prints, S.391-S.394
box folder
69 1 Prints, S.395-S.400
2 Prints, S.401-S.410
3 Prints, S.411-S.418
4 Prints, S.419-S.425
5 Prints, S.426-S.430
6 Prints, S.431-433
7 Prints, A434-442
C2: Negatives
(600 strips, approximately 4,446 frames)
The Negatives series contains slides used for research and publication of William A. Storrer's work on American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Negatives are not fully processed. Please contact Alexander Architecture Archives for more information.
C3: DVDs
(41 DVDs of Frank Lloyd Wright images published in Storrer's books.)
C4: Slides
(approximately 2,700 35 mm slides)
The Slides series contains slides used for research and publication of William A. Storrer's work on American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Slides are not fully processed. Please contact Alexander Architectural Archives for more information.
C5: Film
(super 8 mm film of Lovness residence by William Storrer)

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Series D: Drawings
404 sheets architectural drawings

The Drawings series contains 404 sheets of architectural drawings used for research and publication of William A. Storrer's work on American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. These are arranged alphabetically by client name and include the Storrer number in parenthesis following the project name.
Project name: Affleck residence (S.274).
Date: 1940
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Affleck, Gregor, Jr.
Bloomfield Hills
Oakland
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Alpaugh studio residence (S.293).
Date: 1947
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Alpaugh, Amy
Northport
Leelanau
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Anthony residence (S.315).
Date: 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Anthony, Howard E. and Helen C.
Benton Harbor
Berrien
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Bachman-Wilson residence (S.366).
Date: 1954
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Bachman, Gloria and Abraham Wilson
Millstone
Somerset
N.J.
U.S.
Project name: Bazett-Frank residence (S.259).
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Bazette, Sidney
Hillsborough
San Mateo
Calif.
U.S.
Project name: Boulter residence (S.379).
Date: 1954
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Other architectural firm: Benjamin Dombar
Boulter, Cedric G. and Patricia
1 Rawson Woods Circle
Cincinnati
Hamilton
Ohio
U.S.
Project name: Bradley residence (S.052). Renovation.
Date: 1986
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Other architectural firm: John Eifler
Bradley, B. Harley
Kankakee
Kankakee
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Brauner residence (S.312).
Date: 1948
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Brauner, Erling P. and Katherine
Okemos
Ingham
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Brown residence (S.300).
Date: 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Brown, Anne and Eric V.
Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Brown residence (S.110).
Date: 1905
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Brown, Charles A.
Evanston
Cook
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Buehler residence (S.309).
Date: 1948
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Buehler, Katherine and Maynard P.
Orinda
Contra Costa
Calif.
U.S.
Project name: Burleigh residence (S.203.2), American System-Built Homes bungalow . Remodel.
Date: 1981
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Other architectural firm: George Sample
Burleigh, Lewis E.
330 Gregory Ave.
Wilmette
Cook
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Chahraudi cottage (S.346).
Date: 1951
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Chahroudi, A.K.
Petra Island, Lake Mahopac
Putnam
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Charnley bungalow, guesthouse and stable cottage (S.007).
Date: 1890
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Charnley, James
Ocean Springs
Jackson
Miss.
U.S.
Project name: Charnley residence (S.009). Restoration.
Date: 1986
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Other architectural firm: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Foundation
Charnley, James
1365 Astor Street
Chicago
Cook
Illh.
U.S.
Project name: Clark residence (S.013).
Date: 1893
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Clark, W. Irving
LaGrange
Cook
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Cooperative Homesteads, Inc.
Date: 1941
Detroit
Wayne
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Dana-Thomas residence (S.072A). 1984
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Dana, Susan Lawrence
301 East Lawrence Avenue
Springfield
Sangamon
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Davis residence (S.324). Addition.
Date: 1950
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Davis, Richard and Madelyn
Marion
Marion
Ind.
U.S.
Project name: Dayer music pavillion.
Date: 1955
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Dayer, Walter
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Edwards residence (S.313).
Date: 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Edwards, James and Dolores
Okemos
Ingham
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Eppstein residence (S.296).
Date: 1948
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Eppstein, Samuel
Galesburg Country Home Estates
Galesburg
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Frederick residence (S.376).
Date: 1957
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Frederick, Louis B.
Barrington Hills
Cook
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Furbeck residence (S.044). Restoration.
Date: 1988
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Other architectural firm: Thorpe & Associates Architects
Furbeck, Rollin
515 N. Fair Oaks
Oak Park
Cook
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Galesburg Country Home Estates (S.294-S.297). Subdivision plan.
Date: 1947
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Galesburg
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Goddard residence (S.364).
Date: 1952, 1953
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Goddard, Lewis H.
Plymouth
Wayne
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Goetsch-Winckler residence (S.269).
Date: 1939, 1940
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Goetsch, Alma and Katherien Winckler
East Lansing
Ingham
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Greiner residence.
Date: 1940s
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Greiner, Ward
Parkwyn Village subdivision
Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Hanna residence [Honeycomb House] (S.235).
Date: 1936
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Hanna, Paul R. and Jean S.
Stanford
Santa Clara
Calif.
U.S.
Project name: Harper residence (S.329).
Date: 1950
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Harper, R. Bradford and Ina Moriss
Saint Joseph
Saint Joseph
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Heald residence [unbuilt].
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Heald, W.B.
Glen Ellyn
DuPage
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Heller residence (S.038).
Date: 1896
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Heller, Isidore
Chicago
Cook
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Hoffman residence (S.390).
Date: 1955
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Hoffman, Maximillian
Rye
Westchester
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Johnson residence (S.239).
Date: 1937
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Johnson, Herbert F.
Wind Point
Racine
Wis.
U.S.
Project name: Keith residence.
Date: 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Keith, R.G. (Mrs.)
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Lamp residence (S.097).
Date: 1903
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Lamp, Robert M.
Madison
Dane
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Levin residence (S.298).
Date: 1948, 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Levin, Robert
Parkwyn Village subdivion
Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Lykes residence (S.433).
Date: 1959
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Lykes, Aime and Norman
Phoenix
Maricopa
Ariz.
U.S.
Project name: Marin County Civic Center. Hall of Justice (S.417) and Administration Building (S.416).
Date: 1970
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
San Raphael
Mariposa
Calif.
U.S.
Project name: McCartney residence (S.299).
Date: 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
McCartney, Helen and Ward
Parkwyn Village subdivion
Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Meyer residence (S.297).
Date: 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Meyer, Lillian and Curtis
Galesburg Country Homes
Galesburg
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Miller residence.
Date: 1955
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Miller, Oscar
Milford Village
Ingham
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Neils residence (S.314).
Date: 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Neils, Henry J.
2801 Burnham Blvd.
Minneapolis
Hennepin
Minn.
U.S.
Project name: Palmer residence (S.332).
Date: 1950
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Palmer, William and Mary
Ann Arbor
Washtenaw
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Parkwyn Village subdivision.
Date: 1940s
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Penfield residence (S.365).
Date: 1953, 1959
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Penfield, Louis
Willoughby Hills
Lake
Ohio
U.S.
Project name: Plesk residence.
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Plesk, George
Manistee
Manistee
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Pope-Leighey residence (S.268).
Date: 1939
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Pope, Loren B.
Falls Church
Fairfax
Va.
U.S.
Project name: Pratt residence (S.295). Extensions and modifications.
Date: 1948, 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Pratt, Eric and Pat
11036 Hawthorne Drive, Galesburg Country Homes
Galesburg
Kalamazoo
Mich
U.S.
Project name: Rebhuhn residence (S.240).
Date: 1937
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Rebhuhn, Ben
Great Neck Estates
Nassau
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Reisley residence (S.318).
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Reisley, Roland and Ronny
Pleasantville
Westchester
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Roberts residence (S.236).
Date: 1936
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Roberts, Abby Beecher
Marquette
Marquette
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Rubin residence (S.343).
Date: 1951
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Rubin, Nathan
Carnton
Stark
Ohio
U.S.
Project name: Sabin residence.
Date: 1950
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Sabin, Brainard S.
Battle Creek
Calhoun
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Schaberg residence (S.328).
Date: 1950
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Schaberg, Don and Mary Lou
Okemos
Ingham
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Schultze residence (S.426).
Date: 1957
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Schultz, Carl
Saint Joseph
Saint Joseph
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Serlin residence (S.317).
Date: 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Serlin, Edward
Pleasantville
Westchester
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Seth Condon Peterson cottage (S.430). Rehabilitation.
Date: 1990
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Other architectural firm: Eifler, John
Seth Peterson Cottage Conservancy, Inc.
Mirror Lake
Sauk
Wis.
U.S.
Project name: Single-story type 1 cottage (S.222A).
Date: 1927
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Phoenix
Maricopa
Ariz.
U.S.
Project name: Smith residence (S.287).
Date: 1946, 1949
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Smith, Melvyn Maxwell and Sara
Bllomfield Hills
Oakland
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Smith residence (S.337).
Date: 1950
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Smith, Richard
Jefferson
Jefferson
Wis.
U.S.
Project name: Sobel residence (Frank J. Baker residence S.151A). Addition.
Date: 1920
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Sobel, W.H.
501 Lake Ave.
Wilmette
Cook
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Stewart residence (S.160).
Date: 1909
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Stewart, Emily and George C.
Montecito
Los Angeles
Calif.
U.S.
Project name: Strong residence.
Date: 1957
Strong, Laurence E.
Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Swan residence (S.272).
Date: 1952
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Swan, Lawrence A.
Inkster
Wayne
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Sweeton residence (S.325).
Date: 1950
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Sweeton, J.A. and Muriel
Cherry Hill
Burlington
N.J.
U.S.
Project name: Tonkens residence (S.386).
Date: 1954
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Tonkens, Gerald B.
Amberley Village
Hamilton
Ohio
U.S.
Project name: Tracy residence and detached garage (S.389).
Date: 1955
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Tracy, Elizabeth and William B.
Normandy Park
Hillsborough
Wash.
U.S.
Project name: Turkel residence (S.388).
Date: 1955
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Turkel, H. and Dorothy H.
Detroit
Wayne
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Vosburgh summer residence (S.197).
Date: 1916
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Vosburgh, Ernest
Grand Beach
Berrien
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: W alker residence (S.306).
Date: 1948
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Walker, Clinton (Mrs.)
Carmel
Monterey
Calif.
U.S.
Project name: Wall (Snowflake) residence (S.281).
Date: 1941
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Wall, Carlton David
Plymouth
Marshall
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Weisblat residence (S.294).
Date: 1948
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Weisblat, David I. and Christine
Galesburg Country Homes
Galesburg
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Weltzheimer residence (S.311).
Date: 1948
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Weltzheimer, Charles T.
Oberlin
Lorain
Ohio
U.S.
Project name: Wiley residence (S.229).
Date: 1933
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Wiley, Malcolm E.
Minneapolis
Hennepin
Minn.
U.S.
Project name: Willits residence (S.054).
Date: 1941
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Willits, Ward W.
Highland Park
Cook
Ill.
U.S.
Project name: Winn residence (S.301).
Date: 1950
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Winn, Robert D.
Parkwyn Village
Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo
Mich.
U.S.
Project name: Zimmerman residence (S.333). Restoration.
Date: 1989
Primary arch/firm: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Other architectural firm: Tilton and Lewis Associates, Inc.
Zimmerman, Isodore and Lucille (Dr. and Mrs.)
Manchester
Hillsborough
N.H.
U.S.

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