Robert J. Havighurst Papers, 1924-1983

Container Title
Mss 842
Part 1 (Mss 842, Micro 2085, Audio 1317A, Disc 208A, VHA 527-VHA 528): Original Collection, 1887-2001
Physical Description: 27.6 cubic feet (32 archives boxes, 30 flat boxes, and 1 tube), 2 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 4 disc recordings, and 2 videorecordings 
Scope and Content Note

The papers document John Howe's independent architectural career only incidentally. Rather, Howe's collection documents his twenty-five year association with Frank Lloyd Wright and his lifelong respect for Wright's work and ideas. Howe gathered his collection of Wrightiana in a variety of ways, and as a result the nature of the collection ranges from first editions inscribed by Wright and handwritten manuscripts retyped by Mrs. Howe while she was employed as Mr. Wright's secretary to original drawings rescued from destruction after they had been discarded by Wright. The collection also includes one plywood dining room chair from Taliesin West and a plywood ottoman from the Eric Brown House; both are housed in the Historical Society Museum and are not further described. Taken together, the Howe collection offers important material for research on Frank Lloyd Wright. Researchers interested in Howe's own career should consult his papers at the Northwestern Architectural Archives at the University of Minnesota.

The FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT CORRESPONDENCE in the Howe Papers is quite fragmentary and largely made up of photocopies. The custodians of the original letters are unknown. Among the photocopied material is a 1929 note to George Kastner, a copy of a 1928 letter to Arata Endo and other Japanese architects, and a group of 1946 letters to and from Aisaku Hayashi and Sadaziro Kubo concerning their situation in post-World War II Japan, together with communications with General Douglas MacArthur and his staff regarding Wright's efforts to help his former associates. The original correspondence includes an undated, handwritten letter to Madam Masieri (presumably retyped for mailing by Lu Howe); a short typed, but unsigned notice to the Fellowship (1934); an undated note from Olgivanna Wright to Eugene Masselink, 1934; a handwritten note from Wright to Bob (last name unknown, apparently an unsuccessful applicant for an apprenticeship); a clipped piece of Imperial Hotel stationery bearing a note from an unidentified associate; a note concerning excavation and construction of a well and roof at an unidentified site; and a post-1949 memo to Wright concerning revisions of the Hartford New Theatre.

The WRITINGS AND PUBLISHED DRAWINGS series is divided into two sections: first, published and unpublished writings, speeches, and published drawings by Frank Lloyd Wright; and second, writings about Frank Lloyd Wright. The bulk of the series consists of published materials, although a few titles are represented by manuscript material. These derive primarily from Mrs. Howe's association with Wright as typist and office manager. Most notable among the manuscript documentation is the handwritten layout and first draft of the 1910 Ausgeführte Bauten and a published volume of When Democracy Builds that has been extensively edited for republication in Wright's own hand. The New Architecture: A Testament and several articles (for the Capital Times and other unidentified publications) are present in multiple drafts, also with revisions in Wright's hand. This section also includes two sound recordings: Frank Lloyd Wright on Record, recorded in 1956, and Frank Lloyd Wright talks to and with the Taliesin Fellowship, a compilation of recorded remarks, poetry, and improvisational piano music.

Although the series is by no means a complete representation of the available Wright literature, it is nonetheless notable, for it contains many rare titles such as first editions of the “Wasmuth Portfolio” (1910) and the “Wendigen Portfolio,” 1925. Some of the volumes from Howe's library are inscribed by Wright. Both sections of the WRITINGS series are chronologically arranged, with the writings about Wright followed by a separate chronological run of biographical clippings that are available only on microfilm. Included on the film are many items about Wright from the Madison Capital Times, as well as items from many national periodicals. Howe continued to clip after Wright's death, and as a result the later material in the collection is a useful compilation of information on Wright's ongoing reputation and the history of various Wright buildings. Because of their deteriorating condition, the clippings have been microfilmed. (The originals of selected originals have been retained for exhibit purposes.) Although many clippings from the Capital Times are included, Howe did not clip comprehensively from that paper during the period from 1959 to 1962 when the Monona Terrace project was being debated. As a result, his coverage of this project, as well as his clippings from “Our House,” Mrs. Wright's regular column in the Capital Times, were too incomplete to be filmed. A complete file of the Capital Times is available as part of the Historical Society's microfilmed newspaper collection. Another collection of Frank Lloyd Wright Newsclippings, 1925-1978, is cataloged as Micro 992.

The collection included a number of serial publications largely devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright. In general, serials from the Howe collection have been separated to the Historical Society Library to add to existing holdings. These titles include Bulletin of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly, Friends of Taliesin, Journal of the Taliesin Fellows, Prairie School Review, Taliesin Fellows News/Newsletter, and Wright Angles. Isolated issues or titles outside the library's scope (such as the Japanese title, The Wrightiana) have been retained with the papers.

The contents list for the WRITINGS which follows this narrative often includes a number, S#345 for example, that was assigned to each publication by noted Wright bibliographer Robert L. Sweeney.

The MEMORABILIA, which is alphabetically arranged, contains miscellaneous printed materials collected by Howe such as dedication programs and brochures. The majority concern architectural projects, although there are folders about topics as diverse as Wright's reburial in Arizona, aphorisms attributed to Wright, first day covers, and gift catalogues. In addition, some publications that were neither by or about Wright have been included.

TALIESIN PUBLICATIONS is an alphabetically-arranged series that includes a large number of publications, programs, and brochures, as well as stationery samples and forms issued by Taliesin between 1931 and the 1960s. It is likely that a large number of the early publications are additional writings by Mr. Wright. Several items, such as Taliesin Eyes, the Taliesin Playhouse playbills, and the apprenticeship brochures, are extremely rare. As above, Sweeney numbers are included when they are available.

The small collection of EXHIBIT CATALOGS is arranged chronologically. This series ranges from information about a 1914 exhibit at the Chicago Art Institute to the catalog for the 1992 exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Center.

The material about Howe himself, the JOHN H. HOWE PAPERS, is quite miscellaneous, the main body of his personal papers having been deposited at the University of Minnesota. The fragmentary correspondence here includes several undated postcards from Olgivanna and Iovanna Wright posted while they were traveling abroad, an exchange between Lu Howe and William T. Evjue concerning their respective recollections of Jack Howe's World War II experiences, a note from Gertrude Mossberg, a 1961 note from Herb Fritz about the opposition to Monona Terrace, and a 1966 note from Herb Jacobs about the construction of Jacobs II. Also about the Mossberg House, the construction of which was supervised by Howe, is a notebook containing names, telephone numbers, landscaping notes, and lists of materials and financial estimates. About Howe's 1975 visit at Nihon University are two publications: one containing “The Land Is the Beginning of Architecture,” a speech about his association with Wright, and a booklet containing elevations and floor plans of houses designed by Howe together with a list of his executed projects. This section also contains a scrapbook, 1932-1936, primarily made up of clippings of the “Taliesin” columns which appeared in the Capital Times and the Spring Green Home News. Several folders suggest Howe's role in systematizing Taliesin's operations after Wright's death. Among these are a roll book that recorded apprentices' work in the studio, 1959-1960, and typed weekly lists of work assignments, 1959-1960. A folder of memorials includes a 1987 interview by Richard L. Kronick that was published by the Journal of the Taliesin Fellows in tribute to Howe's career and a brochure for the “John Howe in Minnesota” exhibit at the Northwest Architectural Archives.

The architectural drawings and sketches in the Howe Collection have been grouped by degree of originality. Original drawings, sketches, and blueprints, grouped as “original documentation,” are not yet available for research. Included as part of these processed papers is a series entitled PRINTS AND DRAWING REPRODUCTIONS. Here are Masami Tanigawa's measured drawings of Wright buildings in Japan, an album of plates from American System Built Homes, and exhibit prints. The latter were described by Howe as “rejects and duplicates.” They appear to be photostats that were made for the Guggenheim exhibit. They are arranged alphabetically by project name. Howe has annotated many of the prints to indicate those for which he was the draftsman. (Similar annotations may be found on the proofs for Drawings for a Living Architecture in the WRITINGS SERIES.) When it was available the number assigned to the drawing by the Taliesin Archives is included in the contents list.

Series: Frank Lloyd Wright Correspondence
Box   1
Folder   1
Herman von Holst contract, 1909
Note: Photocopy of 1951 transcription.
Box   1
Folder   2
Japanese correspondence (photocopy), 1928, 1946-1948
Box   1
Folder   3
Wright to George Kastner (photocopy), 1929
Box   1
Folder   4
Notice to Fellowship, 1934
Box   1
Folder   5
Hartford New Theatre to Wright, after 1949
Box   1
Folder   6
Correspondence and notes, undated
Note: Some original items.
Series: Writings and Published Drawings
Subseries: Works by Wright
Box   34
Folder   1
The House Beautiful, 1896, facsimile edition (S#1530), 1969
Box   34
Folder   2
Ladies' Home Journal
Ausgeführte Bauten (the “Wasmuth Portfolio”) (S#87), 1910
Box   2
Handwritten layout designed by Wright
Access Restrictions: This box is closed to use.
Box   2A
Facsimile of handwritten layout
Box   40-41
Two-portfolio publication
Box   3
Folder   1
Notes on completeness, 1999
Box   34
Folder   3
Introduction, English translation
Physical Description: 2 copies, unbound 
Box   3
Folder   2
Advertising brochure
Physical Description: 2 pieces, 1 cut and pages missing 
Box   3
Folder   3
Sovereignty of the Individual in the Cause of Architecture, introduction, reprinted (S#2063), 1951
Box   42
Frank Lloyd Wright: the Early Works, reprint (S#1732), 1968
Ausgeführte Bauten (S#96), 1911
Box   3
Folder   4
Homemade soft cover, inscribed by Wright, Charles Morgan
Box   3
Folder   5
Original soft cover removed from binding, inscribed by Wright
Box   3
Folder   6
Extra soft cover
Box   3
Folder   7
“The New Imperial Hotel: The Architect's Message”: typescript, Kagaku-Gaho, 1922
Box   3
Folder   8
Jiyu-Gakuen statement, by Wright and Arata Endo, circa 1922
Box   3
Folder   9
“In the Cause of Architecture: The New Imperial Hotel, Tokio,” Western Architect (S#156), 1923
Box   3
Folder   10
Experimenting with Human Lives (S#149), 1923
The Life-Work of the American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright (”Wendigen Portfolio”)
Box   35
First edition (S#165), 1925
Box   36
Reprint (S#1604), 1965
Box   3
Folder   11
Modern Architecture (S#250), 1931
Box   3
Folder   12
Two Lectures on Architecture, Chicago Art Institute (S#261), 1931
Box   3
Folder   13
“Advice to the Young Architect,” Architectural Record (S#286), 1931
Box   3
Folder   14
“Highlights,” Architectural Forum (S#290), 1931
Box   3
Folder   15
“The City,” Architectural Progress (S#293), 1931
An Autobiography
Box   3
Folder   16
First edition (S#303), inscribed by Wright, 1932
Box   4
Folder   1
2nd edition (S#595), 1943
Box   4
Folder   2
Faber & Faber British edition (S#606), 1945
Box   4
Folder   3
New American edition (S#2022), 1977
The Disappearing City
Box   5
Folder   1
First edition (S#328), inscribed by Wright, 1932
Box   43
Boxed reprint, “The Industrial Revolution Runs Away,” inscribed by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright (S#1775), 1969
Box   5
Folder   2
“For all may raise the flowers...” (S#353), inscribed by Wright, 1932
Box   5
Folder   3
“Of Thee I Sing,” Shelter (S#355), 1932
Box   5
Folder   4
“To the students of the Beaux Arts Institute of Design,” 1932, Printed version (S#359), and Taliesin brochure in which it was reproduced, circa 1932
Box   5
Folder   5
“Broadacre City: A New Community Plan” (offprint) (S#393), 1935
Box   5
Folder   6
“Broadacres--A Dream of the City of the Future,” Capital Times, 1935 June 5
Box   5
Folder   7
“Skyscrapers Doomed? Yes! Says Frank Lloyd Wright,” Rotarian (S#403), 1936
Box   5
Folder   8
“At Taliesin”: typescript, 1936 July 15
Box   5
Folder   9
“Unconnected notes on the lecture on the Jacobs House”: mimeographed statement to the Taliesin Fellowship, 1936 November 12
Box   5
Folder   10
Architecture and Modern Life with Baker Brownell (S#405), 1937
[Frank Lloyd Wright Special Issue], Architectural Forum (S#457), 1938
Box   5
Folder   11
Two copies, one with foldout title page inscribed by Wright
Box   34
Folder   4
“To the Young Man in Architecture--A Challenge”: signed typescript forward
Box   34
Folder   5
Two advertisements
Box   5
Folder   12
An Organic Architecture: The Architecture of Democracy (S#463), 1939
Box   5
Folder   13
“Speech to the AFA,” Federal Architect (S#499), 1939
Box   6
Folder   1
On Architecture (S#532), 1941
Box   6
Folder   2
“The American quality: with a picture section of outstanding works,” Scribners (S#569), 1941
Box   6
Folder   3
Book Six Broadacre City (S#2049), 1943
Note: Originally for An Autobiography.
Box   6
Folder   4
“The Purpose of Broadacre City”: annotated typescript, 1943 March 1
Box   6
Folder   5
“Frank Lloyd Wright in tribute to Will--and Sally,” Capital Times, 1944 February 1
When Democracy Builds (S#609), 1945
Box   6
Folder   6
First edition
Box   6
Folder   7
Second edition, extensively annotated by Wright
Box   6
Folder   8
“The modern gallery for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation: New York City,” Magazine of Art (S#681), 1946
Box   6
Folder   9
“The right to be one's self,” The Husk: photocopy (S#682), 1946
Box   6
Folder   10
“Planning man's physical environment”: mimeograph copy, 1947
Box   34
Folder   6
[Frank Lloyd Wright Special Issue], Architectural Forum (S#745), Two copies, one with insert inscribed by Wright, 1948
Box   6
Folder   11
“Frank Lloyd Wright sees hypocrisy as a taint in all American life,” Capital Times, 1948 May 11
Box   6
Folder   12-13
Genius and the Mobocracy (S#750), 1st and 2nd printings, 1949
Box   7
Folder   1
“Architect of today should reach for freedom, Wright holds,” Hartford Times clipping, 1950 April 14
Box   34
Folder   7
“Four-color portfolio of the recent work of the dean of contemporary architects,” Architectural Forum (S#854), 1951
Box   7
Folder   2
Taliesin Drawings (S#864), inscribed by Wright, 1952
Box   7
Folder   3
“Mr. Big,” Capital Times, 1952 July 18
Box   7
Folder   4
“To Mexico”: typescript, 1952 September 24
Box   7
Folder   5
“Mexico-Amigos”: typescript, 1952 September 24
Box   7
Folder   6
[Russians]: incomplete typescript, 1952 September 25
Box   7
Folder   7-9
“Missionaryism”: typescript 1952 October 1
Note: Three copies with different annotations.
1317A/2-4
Frank Lloyd Wright Talks to and with the Taliesin Fellowship, 1952
Note: Originals: Disc 208A/2-4
Mss 842
Box   7
Folder   10
The Future of Architecture (S#913), 1953
Box   7
Folder   11
“Against the Steamroller,” Architectural Record: photocopy (S#974), 1953
Box   7
Folder   12
In the Cause of Architecture (S#2065), circa 1953
Box   7
Folder   13
In the Cause of Architecture: The “International Style” (S#2066), 1953
Physical Description: 2 copies 
Box   7
Folder   14
“Frank Lloyd Wright now ashamed of town of his boyhood,” Capital Times: clipping, 1953 August 25
Box   7
Folder   15
The Natural House (S#992), 1954
An American Architecture
Box   7
Folder   16
First edition (S#1050), 1955
Box   7
Folder   17
Japanese edition
Box   34
Folder   8
Two interviews, Diplomat, 1955
Box   8
Folder   1
The Story of the Tower (S#1095), inscribed by Wright, 1956
Box   8
Folder   2
“Architecture: organic expression of the nature of architecture,” Arizona Highways (S#1142), 1956
A Testament (S#1149), 1957
Box   8
Folder   3
“A Testament”: annotated typescript, circa 1957
Box   8
Folder   4
Annotated typescript, circa 1957
Box   8
Folder   5
Annotated typescript, 1957
Box   8
Folder   6
“The new architecture”: annotated typescript, 1957
Box   8
Folder   7
Japanese translation
The Living City
Box   8
Folder   8
First edition (S#1218), 1958
Box   9
Folder   1
Japanese edition
Box   9
Folder   2
Paperback edition, 1963
Drawings for a Living Architecture (S#1265), 1959
Box   53
Volume annotated by John H. Howe and Curtis Besinger
Box   48
Folder   1-2
Two forms of publication proof, some annotated for the publisher; some annotated by Howe to indicate draftsman, commentary by John O. Holzhueter
Box   9
Folder   3
Inventory of annotations by Lu Howe
Box   9
Folder   4
“Frank Lloyd Wright's Drawings,” Architectural Forum: offprint (S#1295)
Box   9
Folder   5
“Is it good-by to Gothic?” (as told to Leland Case), Together, 1958
Box   9
Folder   6
“Wright replies to groups seeking to stall on Terrace,” Capital Times, 1959 April 6
1317A/1
Frank Lloyd Wright on Record, 1961
Note: Original: Disc 208A/1
Mss 842
Box   9
Folder   7
The Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright (S#1489), annotated by Howe, 1962
Box   34
Folder   9
The Robie House: Frank Lloyd Wright (S#1723), 1968
Box   9
Folder   8
In the Cause of Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright Essays for the Architectural Record (S#1971), 1975
Box   54-56
Frank Lloyd Wright: Selected Drawings Portfolio: 3-volume set (S#2023), 1977
Box   9
Folder   9
Tanigawa, Masami, Measured Drawings, 1980
Box   9
Folder   10
Letters to Apprentices, 1982
Box   10
Folder   1
Letters to Architects, 1984
Box   44
Pfeiffer, Brooks, Treasures of Taliesin: Seventy Six Unbuilt Designs, annotated by Howe, 1985
Box   10
Folder   2
Letters to Clients, 1986
Box   10
Folder   3
The Guggenheim Correspondence, 1986
Box   45
Pfeiffer, Bruce, Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings, 1990
Undated writings
Box   10
Folder   4
“An architect speaking for culture”: annotated typescript, undated
“Worksong”
Box   10
Folder   5
Handwritten draft, undated
Box   34
Folder   10
Printed version, two-colors, with music by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, inscribed by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, 1962
Box   10
Folder   6-7
“When a great oak is to die”: annotated typescript and two clean revisions, undated
Box   10
Folder   8
“Glass, steel, and machine”: fragment
Box   10
Folder   9
“0 Government”: mimeographed message to Taliesin Fellowship, undated
Box   10
Folder   10
“This matter of fellowship”: typed statement to Taliesin Fellowship, autographed, undated
Box   10
Folder   11
“An American Architecture II: A testament by Frank Lloyd Wright”: extensively annotated typescript, undated
Subseries: Writings about Wright
Box   52
Folder   1
Spencer, Robert, “The Work of Frank Lloyd Wright,” Architectural Review, copyright 1900: facsimile edition (S#1571), 1964
Box   10
Folder   12
Fries, H., Frank Lloyd Wright: Aus dem Lebenswerke eines Architekten (S#172), 1926
Box   10
Folder   13
Mumford, Lewis, “Frank Lloyd Wright and the new pioneers,” Architectural Record (S#202), 1929
Box   10
Folder   14
“A Prophet of the New Architecture,” Art & Decoration (S#230), 1930
Box   10
Folder   15
“St. Mark's Tower,” Architectural Record (S#239), 1930
Box   10
Folder   16
Woollcott, Alexander, “Profiles: The Prodigal Father,” New Yorker (S#242), 1930
Box   10
Folder   17
Badovici, Jean, Frank Lloyd Wright: architecte americain (S#302), 1932
Box   10
Folder   18
“Broadacre City: Frank Lloyd Wright, architect,” American Architecture (S#379), 1935
Box   10
Folder   19
Stafford, Virginia, “House of the month,” Golfer and Sportsman (S#389), 1935
Box   11
Folder   1
“The Man St. Peter Liked,” (S#428) and “Master Builder: Concerning Frank Lloyd Wright Stormy Petrel of Architecture” in the same issue (S#447), Coronet, 1937
Box   11
Folder   2
“Frank Lloyd Wright designs a honeycomb house,” Architectural Record (S#442), 1938
Box   11
Folder   3
Hamlin, Talbot, “Frank Lloyd Wright - an analysis,” Pencil Points (S#445), 1938
Box   11
Folder   4
“Usonian Architect,” Time (S#454), 1938
Box   11
Folder   5
“Mr. Wright and Taliesin West,” Arizona Highways (S#518), 1940
Box   11
Folder   6
Hitchcock, H.R., In the Nature of Materials, inscribed by Wright (S#573), 1942
Box   11
Folder   7
Goodman, Paul & Percival, “Frank Lloyd Wright on architecture,” Kenyon Review (S#589), 1942
Box   11
Folder   9
Wright, John Lloyd, My Father who is on Earth (S#648), 1946
Box   11
Folder   9
“House in Connecticut,” Architectural Forum (S#665), 1946
Box   11
Folder   10
“The Most Influential Design Source of the Last 50 Years,” House Beautiful (S#670), 1946
Box   52
Folder   2
Nelson, George, “Wright's houses,” Fortune (S#672), 1946
Box   11
Folder   11
“Architecture from the Ground Up,” Popular Mechanics (S#730), 1948
Box   11
Folder   12
Monk, Elizabeth, “Taliesin West,” House & Garden (S#733), 1946
Box   11
Folder   13
“Usonia Homes: Every Family Has an Acre,” Architectural Forum (S#741), 1948
Box   11
Folder   14
Carlson, Raymond, “Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesin West,” Arizona Highways (S#767), 1949
Box   11
Folder   15
Kennedy, Sighle, “Wright's Hartford Theatre...,” Architectural Forum (S#775), 1949
Box   11
Folder   16
“Frank Lloyd Wright on Louis Sullivan,” Architectural Forum, 1949
Box   11
Folder   17
“China and Gift Shop for V.C. Morris, San Francisco,” Architectural Forum (S#803), 1950
Box   11
Folder   18
“Taliesin...Rural Workshop for Master Builders, Harvester World (S#815), 1950
Box   11
Folder   19
“Johnson's New Heiliolab Makes Strange Patterns...,” Life, 1950 December 11
Box   11
Folder   20
Hamlin, Talbot, “Frank Lloyd Wright in Philadelphia,” Journal of the AIA, 1951 (S#845)
Box   52
Folder   3
“First Unitarian Church, Madison, Wisconsin. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect,” Architectural Forum (S#880), offprint, 1952
Box   12
Folder   1
“Frank Lloyd Wright,” Architecture Francaise (S#884), 1952
Box   12
Folder   2
“A house by Frank Lloyd Wright for H.T. Mossberg...,” House & Home (S#894), 1952
Box   12
Folder   3
“Frank Lloyd Wright builds in the middle of Manhattan...,” House & Home (S#935), 1953
Box   12
Folder   4
“Frank Lloyd Wright's Concrete and Copper Skyscraper...for H.C. Price Co.,” Architectural Forum (S#939), 1953
Box   12
Folder   5
“A new house by Frank Lloyd Wright opens up a new way of life on the old site,” House & Home (S#954), 1953
Box   12
Folder   6
Amano, Taro, Frank Lloyd Wright (Japanese) (S#988), 1954
Box   12
Folder   7
Robsjohn-Gibbings, T.H., Homes of the Brave (S#990), 1954
Box   12
Folder   8
“A planning lesson from Frank Lloyd Wright,” House & Home (S#1019), 1954
Box   12
Folder   9
“Seven lessons from Frank Lloyd Wright,” House & Home (S#1032), 1954
Box   12
Folder   10
Boynton, Claudia, “Visiting Russian Architect A.V. Vlasov Pilgrimages to Frank Lloyd Wright,” Practical Builder, 1954?
Box   12
Folder   11
Wright, Olgivanna, The Struggle Within (S#1060), inscribed to Virginia McKay by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, 1955
Box   12
Folder   12
“The dramatic story of Frank Lloyd Wright,” House Beautiful (S#1066), 1955
Box   13
Folder   1
“Frank Lloyd Wright's characteristic double-decker flat top,” House & Home (S#1068), 1955
Box   13
Folder   2
“Frank Lloyd Wright designs a small commercial installation...for sports cars,” Architectural Forum (S#1073), 1955
Box   13
Folder   3
“Frank Lloyd Wright: His contribution to our American culture,” Land Economics (S#1140), 1956
Box   13
Folder   4
“Concrete block...it isn't lowly anymore,” House & Home, 1956
Box   13
Folder   5
“Frank Lloyd Wright: an architect for democracy,” Literary Cavalcade, 1957
Box   13
Folder   6
“At 88, Frank Lloyd Wright still has a...career on the upgrade,” Engineering News-Record (S#1161), 1957
Box   13
Folder   7
“Frank Lloyd Wright: architecture's stormy colossus,” Coronet (S#1169), 1957
Box   13
Folder   8
“Our strongest influence for enrichment,” House Beautiful (S#1180), 1957
Box   52
Folder   4
“A Visit with Frank Lloyd Wright,” Look (S#1194), 1957
Box   13
Folder   9
Cohen, George, “Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Museum,” Concrete Construction (S#1226), 1958
Box   13
Folder   10
“Frank Lloyd Wright: a selection of current work,” Architectural Record (S#1233), 1958
Box   13
Folder   11
“Frank Lloyd Wright designs for Baghdad,” Architectural Forum (S#1234), 1958
Box   13
Folder   12
Kaufmann, Edgar, Jr., “The form of space for Art--Wright's Guggenheim Museum,” Art in America (S#1238), 1958-1959
Box   52
Folder   5
“The Latter Days of Frank Lloyd Wright” and “In My Father's Shadow,” Esquire (S#240), 1958
Box   13
Folder   13
“Three new houses by Frank Lloyd Wright,” House & Home, 1958 (S#1250)
Box   13
Folder   14
“Frank Lloyd Wright,” Architectural Forum (S#1298): offprint, 1959
Box   52
Folder   6
“Frank Lloyd Wright,” Casabella (S#1299), 1959
Box   13
Folder   15
“An Era Ends,” Let's See, 1959
Box   13
Folder   16
“Frank Lloyd Wright in Michigan,” AIA Monthly Bulletin, Michigan Society of Architects (S#1306): offprint, 1959
Box   13
Folder   17
“Frank Lloyd Wright,” Pacific Arts Association Bulletin (S#1310), 1959
Box   13
Folder   18
Stone, Edward Durrell, “Hero, Prophet, Adventurer,” Saturday Review, 1959 (S#1361)
Box   13
Folder   19
“Your heritage from Frank Lloyd Wright,” House Beautiful, 1959 (S#1374)
Box   13
Folder   20
Kindai Kentiku, 1959
Box   13
Folder   21
Frank Lloyd Wright: Writings and Buildings (S#1401), 1960
Box   13
Folder   22
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum: Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright (S#1405), 1960
Box   14
Folder   1
Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd, The Shining Brow (S#1406), 1960
Box   14
Folder   2
Gutheim, Frederick, “The Wright Legacy Evaluated,” Architectural Record (S#1422), 1960
Box   14
Folder   3
Wright, John Lloyd, [Frank Lloyd Wright Memorial Issue], Architectural Design (S#1456), 1960
Box   14
Folder   4
“Regents approve Wright design for ASU auditorium,” Builder-Architect, 1960 July
Box   52
Folder   7
“Frank Lloyd Wright: Defiant genius,” Saturday Evening Post (S#1469), 1961
Note: Three issues of series only.
Box   14
Folder   5
“Mr. Wright and his Successors,” Western Architect and Engineer (S#1476), 1961
Box   14
Folder   6
“Spirit of Byzantium: Frank Lloyd Wright's Last Church,” Architectural Forum (S#1479), 1961
Box   14
Folder   7
“Wingspread,” Jonwax Journal, 1961
Box   14
Folder   8
“The Wright Way,” Select, 1961
Box   14
Folder   9
“Our Heritage of Homes,” Fuller Brush Magazine, 1962
Box   14
Folder   10
Wright, Iovanna, Architecture: Man in Possession of His Earth (S#1496), inscribed by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, 1962
Box   14
Folder   11
“Our Young Architects,” Builder Architect, 1962
Box   14
Folder   12
“Taliesin Revisited,” Let's See (S#1518), 1962
Box   14
Folder   13
Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd, “The Living Legend of Frank Lloyd Wright,” Arizona Highways (S#1523), 1962
Box   14
Folder   14
Zevi, Bruno and Edgar Kaufmann Jr., Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater 25 Years After (S#1537), 1963
Box   14
Folder   15
“A building true to nature,” Jonwax Journal, 1963
Box   14
Folder   16
“A great Frank Lloyd Wright house,” House Beautiful (S#1548), 1963
Box   14
Folder   17
Barford, G. and Stanley Wold, ed., Architecture in Illinois, 1963
Box   14
Folder   18
“Built for the centuries: the new Wichita Education Center,” Kansas Teacher, 1964
Box   52
Folder   8
Cresti, Carlo, Wright: il Museo Guggenheim (S#1600), 1965
Box   15
Folder   1
Jacobs, Herbert, Frank Lloyd Wright: America's Greatest Builder (S#1601), 1965
Box   15
Folder   2
“Grady Grammage Memorial Auditorium,” Arizona Highways (S#1622), 1965
Box   15
Folder   3
Stitt, F.A., “Frank Lloyd Wright: a Temple to Man,” Verdict (S#1623), 1965
Box   15
Folder   4
A Guide to the Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park and River Forest, Illinois (S#1634), 1966
Box   15
Folder   5
Smith, N.K., Frank Lloyd Wright: A Study in Architectural Content (S#1636), 1966
Box   15
Folder   6
Tanigawa, Masami, Frank Lloyd Wright (S#1644), 1966
Box   15
Folder   7
Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd, Frank Lloyd Wright: His Life, His Work, His Words (S#1648), inscribed by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, 1966
Box   15
Folder   8
Spence, Robert, “Sweetness & Light,” Wisconsin Academy Review, 1966
Box   15
Folder   9
F.L.Wright 1 & 2 (Contemporary Architects Series) (S#1680 & S#1722), 1967, 1968
Box   15
Folder   10
Riley, Frank, “Deathwatch in Tokyo,” Saturday Review (S#1710), 1967
Box   15
Folder   11
“Wright and Wrong: the ludicrous 1926 episode” & “Eye of Genius-Tongue of Wrath,” Twin Citian, 1967
Box   15
Folder   12
[Special issue on Imperial Hotel], Fukuda: Glass & Architecture, 1967 November
Box   16
Folder   1
James, Cary, The Imperial Hotel: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Architecture of Unity, 1968 (S#1725)
Box   16
Folder   2
Richards, Kenneth G., Frank Lloyd Wright (People of Destiny) (S#1730), 1968
Box   16
Folder   3
“Imperial Comes Tumbling Down,” AIA Journal (S#1733), 1968
Box   16
Folder   4
“Requiem for a Masterpiece,” Architectural Forum (S#1737), 1968
Box   16
Folder   5
“The Story of the Imperial Hotel,” Japan Architect (S#1742), 1968
Box   16
Folder   6
Twombly, Robert, “Frank Lloyd Wright in Spring Green, 1911-1932,” Wisconsin Magazine of History (S#1756), 1968
Box   16
Folder   7
“Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois,” Architectural Forum (S#1801), 1969
Box   16
Folder   8
Wille, Peter, “Frank Lloyd Wright,” Building Ideas, 1969
Box   52
Folder   9
Wille, Peter, “Frank Lloyd Wright in Victoria,” Architect, 1969
Box   16
Folder   9
Bardeschi, Marco, Frank Lloyd Wright (S#1804), 1970
Box   32
Futagawa, Yukio, ed., Global Architecture Series, #1-2, 15, 25, 36, 40, 53 (S#1808-S#1809, S#1965, S#1998), 1970-1980
Box   16
Folder   10
Tanigawa, Masami, “Frank Lloyd Wright: The Disappearing City,” Kentiku (S#1826), 1970 June
Box   16
Folder   11
Kindaikenchiku (S#1827), 1970 February
Box   16
Folder   12
Montgomery, Roger, “Frank Lloyd Wright's Hall of Justice,” Architectural Forum (S#1833), 1970
Box   52
Folder   10
“Guardian of a Great Legacy,” Life (S#1855), 1971
Box   16
Folder   13
Brooks, H. Allen, The Prairie School: Frank Lloyd Wright and his Midwest Contemporaries (S#1869), 1972
Box   49
Frank Lloyd Wright in Imperial Hotel (S#1882), 1972
Box   17
Folder   1
“Rethinking Wright,” Architectural Forum (S#1885), 1972
Box   17
Folder   2
“Frank Lloyd Wright house in Oberlin,” Allen Memorial Art Museum Bulletin (S#1906), 1972
Box   17
Folder   3
Starosciak, K. and J., Frank Lloyd Wright: A Bibliography (S#1918), 1973
Box   17
Folder   4
Stoner, William A., The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright (S#1948), 1974
Box   17
Folder   5
Tanigawa, Masami, Understanding Frank Lloyd Wright, 1972
Box   17
Folder   6
Tanigawa, Masami, Frank Lloyd Wright Research, 1974
Note: Instructional materials.
Box   17
Folder   7
Thomas, Margaret, “The Arizona Biltmore”, Arizona Highways, 1974
Box   17
Folder   8
Futagawa, Yukio, Houses by Frank Lloyd Wright #9 (Global Interiors Series) (S#1966), 1975
Box   17
Folder   9
Marlin, William, “Frank Lloyd Wright, the enduring presence,” and Pedro Guerrero, “Frank Lloyd Wright: An Unpublished Portfolio,” Saturday Review (S#1982 & S#1988), 1975
Box   17
Folder   10
“A Preserve of Prairie School Architecture,” The Iowan, 1975
Box   17
Folder   11
Futagawa, Yukio, Houses by Frank Lloyd Wright #10 (Global Interiors Series) (S#1999), 1976
Box   17
Folder   12
Sergeant, John, Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian Houses: the Case for Organic Architecture (S#2001), 1976
Box   17
Folder   13
Jacobs, Herbert, “Our Wright houses,” Historic Preservation (S#2014), 1976
Box   50
The World of Frank Lloyd Wright (Japanese publication), 1976
Box   17
Folder   14
“Concrete Masonry: The Work of Frank Lloyd Wright,” Pictorial, 1976
Box   18
Folder   1
Wilson, Richard and Sidney Robinson, The Prairie School in Iowa, 1977
Box   18
Folder   2
Tanigawa, Masami, “An attempt of numbering the opus of Frank Lloyd Wright,” Journal of the College of Engineering, Nihon University, 1977 March
Box   18
Folder   3
Tanigawa, Masami, [Wright and Japan], 1977
Box   18
Folder   4
Tanigawa, Masami, “Frank Lloyd Wright: twelve chapters,” Column, #69, 1978
Box   18
Folder   5
Tanigawa, Masami, [To Taliesin], 1978
Box   18
Folder   6
Hoffman, Donald, Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater: The House and its History, 1978
Box   18
Folder   7
Frank Lloyd Wright Newsletter, 1978-1981
Note: Masthead of two issues by Howe; others in Historical Society library.
Box   18
Folder   8
Jacobs, Herbert, Building With Frank Lloyd Wright, 1978
Box   18
Folder   9
Hanks, David A., The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright, 1979
Box   18
Folder   10
Brooks, H. Allen, “Frank Lloyd Wright and the Destruction of the Box,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 1979
Box   18
Folder   11
Fritz, Herbert, “At Taliesin,” An Uplands Reader, 1979
Box   19
Folder   1
“Architect Lloyd Wright--His Life and Work” [Special feature], Space Design, 1979 November
Box   19
Folder   2
“Arizona Biltmore,” Architectural Record, 1980
Box   19
Folder   3
Pasteir, John, “In the Shadow of Frank Lloyd Wright,” PSA, 1980
Box   19
Folder   4
“Wrighting wrongs?” Progressive Architecture, 1981
Box   19
Folder   5
Hanna, Paul & Jean, Frank Lloyd Wright's Hanna House, 1981
Box   19
Folder   6
Brooks, H. Allen, Writings on Wright, 1981
Box   19
Folder   7
“The House of Frank Lloyd Wright” and “The House of Raku Endo,” Housing Review, 1981
Note: Japanese language publication.
Box   19
Folder   8
Tanigawa, Masami, The Legacy of Wright, circa 1982
Note: Volume 9 of West Meets East: The Japanese Introduction to Western Architecture in the 19th and 20th Centuries and series brochure. Japanese language publication.
Box   19
Folder   9
Heinz, Thomas, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1982
Box   19
Folder   10
Englund, Bob, “The Hanna-Honeycomb House Book,” Hamline University, 1982
Box   19
Folder   11
“Restoring a Famous Architect's First Residence,” Americana, 1982
Box   19
Folder   12
“Oak Park's Frank Lloyd Wright,” Chicago, 1983
Box   19
Folder   13
“The Radiant Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright,” Mercedes, 1984
Box   19
Folder   14
Scott, Margaret, Frank Lloyd Wright's Warehouse in Richland Center, 1984
Box   20
Folder   1
Hoffman, Donald, Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House: The Illustrated Story of an Architectural Masterpiece, 1984
Box   20
Folder   2
Brandon, L.A., “Frank Lloyd Wright in Mississippi,” Mississippi, 1984 September/ October
Box   20
Folder   3
Frank Lloyd Wright & Susan Lawrence Dana: Town & Prairie Conference, 1985
Box   20
Folder   4
Pappas, Bette K., Frank Lloyd Wright: No Passing Fancy, 1985
Box   20
Folder   5
Cohen, Daniel, “Hollywood Discovers the Wright Stuff,” Historic Preservation, 1985
Box   20
Folder   6
Weigand, Elizabeth, “The Arts at Midway Gardens,” Inland Architect, 1985
Box   20
Folder   7
“Invisible Reweaving,” Progressive Architecture, 1985
Box   20
Folder   8-11
The Wrightiana, 1985-1988
Note: Japanese language serial.
Box   20
Folder   12
Kalec, Don & Ann Abernathy, “Frank Lloyd Wright's Oak Park Studio,” Fine Homebuilding, 1986
Box   20
Folder   13
“Wright at Home Again,” Architectural Record, 1986
Box   20
Folder   14
Treiber, Daniel, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1986
Box   20
Folder   15
Hoffman, Donald, Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture and Nature, 1986
Box   21
Folder   1
Lipman, Jonathan, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building, 1986
Box   21
Folder   1A
Pfeiffer, Bruce & Yukio Futagawa, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1986
Note: Howe notes on drawing attribution; no monographs in the collection.
Box   21
Folder   2
“Learning the Wright Lessons,” Home, 1987
Box   21
Folder   3
“Wright Prevails,” Progressive Architecture, 1987
Box   21
Folder   4
Brechin, Gary, “Frank Lloyd Wright's Classic Geometry,” Northern California Home & Garden, 1987
Box   21
Folder   5
Quinan, Jack, Frank Lloyd Wright's Larkin Building: Myth and Fact, 1987
Box   21
Folder   6
Gill, Brendan, Many Masks: A Life of Frank Lloyd Wright, 1987
Box   21
Folder   7
Grace, Gary, “Wright at Home,” Historic Preservation, 1988
Box   21
Folder   8
Schaefer, Ted, “No Rooms Available,” Lake Geneva, 1988
Box   21
Folder   9
Trulsson, Nora, “Restoring a Classic,” Phoenix Home & Garden, 1989
Box   21
Folder   10
Carlisle, Lynn, “Prairie Style West,” Santa Barbara, 1989
Box   21
Folder   11
Maguire, Matt, “Frank Lloyd Wright Revisited,” In Marin, 1990
Box   21
Folder   12
Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Newsletter, Volume 1, No. 2, 1990
Box   21
Folder   13
Hildebrand, Grant, The Wright Space: Pattern & Meaning in Frank Lloyd Wright's Houses, 1991
Box   22
Folder   1
“Frank Lloyd Wright in the Realm of Ideas,” Architecture, 1991 January
Box   22
Folder   2
“Self Portrait,” Historic Preservation, 1993
Box   22
Folder   3
Secrest, Meryle, “A Great Architect with Love for Nature and Lots of Fight,” Smithsonian, 1994
Box   22
Folder   4
Macaulay, Stewart, “Organic Transactions: Contract, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Building,” Wisconsin Law Review, 1996
Box   22
Folder   5
“William Palmer House” (Japanese language publication), 1997
Box   22
Folder   6
Watterson, Kathryn, Building a Dream: the Sarah Smith Story, 1999
Box   22
Folder   7
“The World of Frank Lloyd Wright, #1-8,” Yodoko News, undated
VHA 528
Misawa Home Company [20th anniversary], “Brightened Window Frames: A Great Master in the 20th Century, a Gifted Architect: Wright and Japan,” undated
Note: Japanese language video production.
Mss 842
Subseries: Clippings about Frank Lloyd Wright
Photocopied clippings
Note: Received after microfilming was completed.
Box   22
Folder   8
General, 1980-2000
Box   22
Folder   9
Arizona Capitol
Box   22
Folder   10
Fallingwater
Box   22
Folder   11
Guggenheim Museum
Box   22
Folder   12
Hollyhock House
Box   22
Folder   13
Imperial Hotel
Box   22
Folder   14
Little House
Box   22
Folder   15
Monona Terrace
Box   22
Folder   16
Peterson, Seth, Cottage
Box   22
Folder   17
Schaberg, Donald, House (Howe addition)
Box   22
Folder   18
Willey House
Micro 2085
Microfilmed clippings
Reel   1
Frame   1
1914-1962
Reel   2
Frame   1
1963-1993
Undated
Reel   2
Frame   839
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
Reel   2
Frame   844
Appreciation and awards
Reel   2
Frame   849
Bach, Emil, House
Reel   2
Frame   850
Beth Shalom Synagogue
Reel   2
Frame   851
Bridges
Reel   2
Frame   852
Busts and portraits
Reel   2
Frame   855
Capital Times miscellany
Reel   2
Frame   856
Clark, W. Irving, House
Reel   2
Frame   858
Coonley, Avery, House
Reel   2
Frame   859
Dallas Theatre
Reel   2
Frame   860
Exhibits
Reel   2
Frame   862
Fallingwater
Reel   2
Frame   864
Florida Southern College
Reel   2
Frame   866
German, A.D., Warehouse
Reel   2
Frame   867
Grady Grammage Auditorium
Reel   2
Frame   873
Guggenheim Museum of Art
Reel   2
Frame   876
Illinois miscellany
Reel   2
Frame   878
Imperial Hotel
Reel   2
Frame   884
Johnson Wax buildings
Reel   2
Frame   885
Keland, Willard, House
Reel   2
Frame   887
Lacy Tower
Reel   2
Frame   888
Larkin Building
Reel   2
Frame   889
Lectures
Reel   2
Frame   894
Legal problems
Reel   2
Frame   897
Little, F.W., House
Reel   2
Frame   903
Marin County Courthouse
Reel   2
Frame   909
Midway Gardens
Reel   2
Frame   910
Miscellany
Reel   2
Frame   919
Monona Terrace
Reel   2
Frame   922
Oak Park
Reel   2
Frame   926
Oak Park studio
Reel   2
Frame   930
People associated with Wright
Reel   2
Frame   934
Point Park
Reel   2
Frame   935
Pottery House
Reel   2
Frame   937
Roberts, Isabel, House
Reel   2
Frame   938
Robie, Frederick, House
Reel   2
Frame   942
Spring Green Festival
Reel   2
Frame   943
St. Marks Tower
Reel   2
Frame   944
Sullivan, Louis
Reel   2
Frame   948
Taliesin
Reel   2
Frame   949
Taliesin Associated Architects
Reel   2
Frame   954
Taliesin West
Reel   2
Frame   958
Theories
Reel   2
Frame   959
Tours
Reel   2
Frame   960
Unitarian Meeting House
Reel   2
Frame   961
Usonian homes
Reel   2
Frame   963
Willits, Ward, House
Reel   2
Frame   964
Winslow, William, House
Reel   2
Frame   965
Wright Family members
Mss 842
Box   59
Selected original clippings retained for exhibition purposes
Series: Memorabilia
Box   22
Folder   19
Adelman House, 1952
Physical Description: 1 item 
Advertising
Box   22
Folder   20
Lecture brochure, circa 1930
Box   51
Folder   1
Frank Lloyd Wright in Gap ad, 1994
Box   22
Folder   21
Aldebaran Farm
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   22
Folder   22
American Ready-Cut System
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   22
Folder   23
Anderegg, Ernst E.
Note: Published interview.
Box   22
Folder   24
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
Physical Description: 17 items and 3 duplicates 
Box   22
Folder   25
Aphorisms of Frank Lloyd Wright, Collected by Thomas E. Keys
Box   22
Folder   26-27
Arizona Biltmore
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   22
Folder   28
Arizona Capitol
Physical Description: 1 item, 1 duplicate 
Box   22
Folder   29
Arnold (Clark) House
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   22
Folder   30
Archives
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   23
Folder   1
Ascension Lutheran Church
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   23
Folder   2
Baker, Frank
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   23
Folder   3
Bannerstone (Dana) House (S#1805)
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   23
Folder   4
Barney, Maginel Wright (S#1597)
Physical Description: 3 items 
Note: Includes The Valley of the God-Almighty Joneses.
Box   23
Folder   5
Barnsdale Park
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   23
Folder   6
Beth Sholom Synagogue
Physical Description: 4 items and 1 duplicate 
Box   23
Folder   7-9
Bibliographies and project lists
Box   23
Folder   10-11
Birthdays, 1956, 1992
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   23
Folder   12
Bock, Richard, Collection
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   23
Folder   13
Bradley House
Physical Description: 2 items 
Cards, Christmas
Box   23
Folder   14
1974, circa 1976, 1981-1988
Note: Inscribed by Olgivanna Lloyd Wright.
Box   23
Folder   15
Hyland print, undated
Box   23
Folder   16
Fellowship card to Frank Lloyd Wright, 1938
Box   23
Folder   17
Photographic cards
Physical Description: 2 items inscribed by Wright 
Box   57
Folder   2
“To our Friends/ Four organic commandments” cards, 1944-1945 (S#2057)
Physical Description: 2 copies inscribed by Wright, 1 envelope 
Box   23
Folder   18
China tableware
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   23
Folder   19
Cluever (Richard) House
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   23
Folder   20
Contractors' certificates regarding American System
Physical Description: 1 item and 5 duplicates 
Tube   1
Coonley House tile reproduction on wallpaper, circa 1976
Box   23
Folder   21
Cooperative Homesteads
Note: Photocopy only.
Box   23
Folder   22
Dallas Theater Center
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   23
Folder   23
Dana-Thomas House
Note

Includes Wright in Springfield newsletter and items.

See also Bannerstone House.

Box   23
Folder   24
Duell, Sloan, Pearce book brochure
Physical Description: 1 item, 1 duplicate 
Box   23
Folder   25
Endo, Raku
Box   23
Folder   26
Enright, Elizabeth (biography)
Box   23
Folder   27
Erdman Prefabs
Physical Description: 3 items and 3 duplicates 
Box   23
Folder   28
Exhumation
Box   23
Folder   29
Fallingwater
Physical Description: 6 items 
Box   23
Folder   30
Films
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   24
Folder   1
First Christian Church, Phoenix
Physical Description: 4 items 
Box   24
Folder   2
First Unitarian Meeting House
Physical Description: 5 items 
Box   24
Folder   3
Florida Southern College
Physical Description: 8 items 
Box   24
Folder   4
Frank Lloyd Wright Association
Frank Lloyd Wright Association of Japan
Box   24
Folder   5-6
General
Physical Description: 3 items and 4 duplicates 
Box   33
Souvenir ashtray
Box   48
Folder   3
Calendars, 1990 and 1991
Box   24
Folder   8
Tours, 1973-1976
Box   24
Folder   7
Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   24
Folder   9
Frank Lloyd Wright Day in Oak Park, 1969 (S#1774)
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   24
Folder   10-11
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Physical Description: 5 items, postcards, 1983 sale catalog 
Box   24
Folder   12-13
Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation
Box   51
Folder   5
Plan for Restoration and Adaptive Use, 1978
Box   24
Folder   14
Friends of Taliesin
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   24
Folder   15
Getman Warehouse
Physical Description: 3 items and 2 duplicates 
Box   24
Folder   16
Grady Grammage Auditorium
Physical Description: 7 items 
Box   51
Folder   2
Oversize item (S#1569)
Box   24
Folder   17
Griffin, Walter Burley
Box   24
Folder   18
Guggenheim Museum
Physical Description: 9 items 
Box   24
Folder   19
Gurdjieff, Georgi (S#2067)
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   24
Folder   20
Hamilton, Mary Jane, 1995
Note: Notes on unidentified plate that pairs plans for Millard [TA#0606] and Hunt [TA# 0705] houses.
Box   24
Folder   21
Hanna, Paul and Jean, House
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   24
Folder   22
Henredon furniture
Box   24
Folder   23
Hillside Home School
Note: Album of Edith Hebert Howe, mother of John H. Howe.
Box   25
Folder   1
Hoffman Jaguar Showroom
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   2
Hunting Hartford
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   3
Imperial Hotel
Physical Description: 8 items 
Box   33
Matches
Box   63
Folder   1
The Wise Bamboo
Note: Recollections of J. Malcolm Morris, former manager of the Imperial Hotel. A gift to Frank Lloyd Wright, 1953.
Box   25
Folder   4
Jiyu Giaken School
Box   25
Folder   5
International Village
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   6
Jacobs, Herbert
Note: Includes We Chose the Country, 1981.
Box   25
Folder   7
Japan miscellany
Box   25
Folder   8
Johnson Wax Building
Physical Description: 8 items 
Box   25
Folder   9
Jones, Fay
Box   25
Folder   10
Lake Geneva Hotel
Box   25
Folder   11
Lawrence Library
Box   25
Folder   12
Libermann, Daniel
Box   25
Folder   13
Lincoln Tower
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   14
Little (Francis) House
Physical Description: 2 items and interview with Mrs. Raymond Stevenson 
Box   25
Folder   15
Marin County Civic Center
Physical Description: 16 items and 1 duplicate 
Box   25
Folder   16
Marin County Fair
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   17
Martin (Darwin) House
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   25
Folder   18
Masselink, Gene
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   19
May (Meyer) House
Physical Description: 4 items 
Box   25
Folder   20
Mile High Tower
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   25
Folder   21
Monona Terrace
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   25
Folder   22
Morris (V.C.) House
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   25
Folder   23
Mosher, Bob
Box   25
Folder   24
Mossberg (Herman) House
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   25
New Theatre
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   26
New Theatre of Hartford
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   27
Oak Park
Box   25
Folder   28
Paint
Physical Description: 1 item, 1 duplicate 
Box   25
Folder   30
Peters, Brandoc
Physical Description: 1 item, 1 duplicate 
Box   25
Folder   31
Pope-Leighey House
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   25
Folder   32
Postcards of Wright
Physical Description: 4 items and 1 duplicate 
Box   25
Folder   33
Price's “Grandmother” House
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   34
Price Tower
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   25
Folder   35
Programs, miscellaneous
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   26
Folder   1
Rebay, Roland V. (Anstatt Beschamt zu Schweigen)
Box   26
Folder   2
Reproduction furniture and gifts
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   26
Folder   2A
River Forest Tennis Club, 1907-1908
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   26
Folder   3
Rosenbaum (Stanley) House
Box   51
Folder   3
St. Marks in the Bouwerie
Note: Proof of cutaway rendering of furniture placement, perhaps by Charles Morgan, circa 1930, for a promotional piece. Handwritten message regarding Washburn on verso.
Box   26
Folder   4-5
Schindler, Rudolph
Box   26
Folder   6
“Shining Brow” opera
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   26
Folder   7
Simon and Garfunkel song, “So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright”
Box   26
Folder   8
Spring Green city and centennial, 1957
Physical Description: 5 items and 2 duplicates 
Box   26
Folder   9
Spring Green Restaurant
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   51
Folder   4
Oversize item
Box   26
Folder   10
Springs Golf Club Resort
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   26
Folder   11
Stained glass windows
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   26
Folder   12
Stamps
Physical Description: 6 items and 3 duplicates 
Stationery
Box   26
Folder   13
Samples
Box   26
Folder   14
Gene Masselink
Box   26
Folder   15
Charles Morgan Associates
Box   26
Folder   16
Swaback, Verne
Taliesin
Box   26
Folder   17
Brochures
Box   26
Folder   18
Choir
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   26
Folder   19
Fellows of Northern California
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   26
Folder   20
Fellowship
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   26
Folder   21
Festival of Music and Dance, 1950-1971
Physical Description: 12 items 
Box   26
Folder   22
Hillside Theatre
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   26
Folder   23
Postcards
Physical Description: 5 items 
Note: See also photographic postcards by Cook and Moen housed with the unprocessed PH Mss 842.
Box   26
Folder   24
Romeo and Juliet
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   26
Folder   25
West
Physical Description: 5 items 
Box   26
Folder   26
Postcards
Physical Description: 3 items and 3 duplicates 
Box   26
Folder   27
Programs
Box   26
Folder   28
Testimonial, 1955
Physical Description: 3 items and 4 duplicates 
Box   26
Folder   29
Tirranna
Physical Description: 2 items 
Tours and guidebooks
Box   26
Folder   30
Miscellaneous guides and tours
Physical Description: 4 items 
Box   26
Folder   31
1988 Japanese tour
Box   27
Folder   1
Unity Chapel, 1986
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   26
Folder   2
Unity Temple
Physical Description: 14 items 
Box   27
Folder   3
Usonian Automatic
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   27
Folder   4
Van Der Rohe dinner, 1938
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   27
Folder   5
Walter (Lowell) Residence
Physical Description: 1 item, 1 duplicate 
Box   27
Folder   6
Will
Physical Description: photocopies 
Box   27
Folder   7
Wingspread
Physical Description: 7 items 
Box   27
Folder   8
Wright (Duey) House
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   27
Folder   9
Wright, Eric Lloyd
Box   27
Folder   10
Wright, Iovanna Lloyd (and Festival of the Arts)
Box   27
Folder   11
Wright, John Lloyd and Barry Byrne
Physical Description: 6 items 
Box   27
Folder   12
Wright, Lloyd
Box   27
Folder   13
Wright Family
Box   27
Folder   14
Wrought Iron for Radiant Heating Installations (Byers Company bulletin)
Box   27
Folder   15
Yamamura House
Physical Description: 2 items 
VHA 527
Japanese language videotape, undated
Mss 842
Box   27
Folder   16
Zimmerman, Isadore, House
Physical Description: 2 items 
Series: Taliesin Publications
Box   27
Folder   17
“At Taliesin”: mimeographed papers by various apprentices, undated
Physical Description: 4 sheets and folder 
Box   27
Folder   18
Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture: An Overview, 1988-1989
Box   27
Folder   19
Hillside Home School of the Allied Arts, Prospectus, 1931 (S#2034)
Physical Description: 1 item, 1 duplicate 
Box   27
Folder   20
Jokake School, Programs for entertainment, 1939
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   38-39
Marin County Hall of Justice presentation book, 1964
Physical Description: 2 copies, 1 with photographic plates 
Box   27
Folder   21
Taliesin Associated Architects
Physical Description: 2 items and 1 duplicate 
Taliesin Eyes, Numbers 1, 3-9 (S#2038)
Box   58
Original copies
Access Restrictions: This box is closed to use.
Box   57
Folder   1
Facsimile copies
Box   27
Folder   22
Taliesin Fellowship applications, 1934, undated
Taliesin Fellowship brochures
Box   27
Folder   23
1932
Physical Description: 1 item and 4 duplicate sheets 
Box   27
Folder   24
2 versions (S#2035?), 1933 January
Box   27
Folder   25
(S#2036), 1933 December
Box   27
Folder   26
1937
Box   27
Folder   27
1938
Physical Description: 1 item and 1 annotated version 
Box   27
Folder   28
(S#2039), 1939
Box   27
Folder   29
1940
Note: Duplicate
Box   27
Folder   30
1944
Box   27
Folder   31
Before 1959
Box   27
Folder   32
1959
Physical Description: 5 duplicates 
Box   27
Folder   33
(S#2073), 1965
Box   27
Folder   38
Taliesin Festival of Music and Dance programs, 1957-1961, 1969
Taliesin [Magazine]
Box   27
Folder   34
(S#2037), 1934
Box   27
Folder   35
(S#2040, S#2041), 1940
Box   27
Folder   36
Promotional brochure, 1940
Physical Description: 2 items and 1 duplicate 
Taliesin Playhouse programs
Box   27
Folder   37
Folder number not assigned
Box   27
Folder   39
circa 1933
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   27
Folder   40
1937
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   27
Folder   41-42
1938-1939
Physical Description: 3 items 
Box   51
Folder   9
Oversize item
Box   27
Folder   43
1939-1944
Physical Description: 7 items 
Box   27
Folder   44
1947
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   27
Folder   45
1954
Physical Description: 4 items 
Box   27
Folder   46
Undated
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   46
Taliesin Square Papers (S#2042-7, 2050-3, 2055-6, 2058-9, 2064, 2069), 1941-1953
Note: S#7 and S#9 are not included in the set.
Box   27
Folder   47
Taliesin summer apprentices, undated
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   27
Folder   48
Taliesin Tract #1, 1953 (S#2070)
Physical Description: 1 item 
Series: Exhibit Catalogs
Box   28
Folder   1
Art Institute, 1914 (S#121)
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   28
Folder   2
Antique Colour Prints from the Collection of Frank Lloyd Wright, Arts Club of Chicago (S#137), 1917
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   28
Folder   3
Architectural League invitation, 1930
Physical Description: 1 item 
Box   28
Folder   4
Boston, 1933, revised 1940
Box   28
Folder   5
A New House on Bear Run, Penn., by Frank Lloyd Wright (S#430), 1938
Box   28
Folder   6
Boston (S#502), 1940
Box   28
Folder   7
Rotterdam (S#863), 1952
Box   28
Folder   8
National Institute of Arts and Letters (S#911), 1953
Sixty Years of Living Architecture
Box   28
Folder   9
Guggenheim catalog, 1953 (S#1912)
Physical Description: 2 items, one with Wright annotation and note from Lu Sparks Howe 
Box   28
Folder   10
The Usonian House souvenir brochure, 1953
Physical Description: 2 items 
Box   28
Folder   11
Los Angeles (S#991), 1954
Box   28
Folder   12
Chicago (S#1094), 1956
Physical Description: 5 items and 2 duplicates 
Box   28
Folder   13
Midland Art Association, 1959
Box   28
Folder   14
Italy, 1960
Box   28
Folder   15
Frank Lloyd Wright: Man Over Machine (USIS exhibition, Hong Kong), 1962
Box   28
Folder   16
University of Illinois (S#1629), 1966
Box   28
Folder   17
Edmund Teske Photographs, Los Angeles (S#1949), 1974
Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings, 1887-1959
Box   28
Folder   18
Naples, 1976
Box   28
Folder   19
Reprinted as Frank Lloyd Wright: Three Quarters of a Century of Drawings, 1981
Tube   1
Innovative Furniture in America, Smithsonian Institution, 1981
Note: Poster only.
Box   28
Folder   20
Frank Lloyd Wright at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1982
Box   28
Folder   21
Prairie School of Architecture in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minneapolis, 1982
Box   28
Folder   22
Frank Lloyd Wright: Decorative Objects, Prints, Drawings: Florida Projects, Miami Beach, 1984
Box   28
Folder   23
Realizations of Usonia: Frank Lloyd Wright in Westchester, 1985
Box   29
Folder   1-2
Frank Lloyd Wright in the Realm of Ideas, 1988, and in Japan, 1991
Box   29
Folder   3
Frank Lloyd Wright: Preserving an Architectural Heritage: Decorative Designs from the Domino's Pizza Collection, 1989
Box   29
Folder   4
The Wright State: Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1992
Box   29
Folder   5
Miscellaneous exhibit brochures
Series: John H. Howe Papers
Box   63
Folder   2
Bible given to Howe in 1924 (with Lu Howe's note indicating marks made by Wright in Matthew 6 and 7)
Correspondence
Box   29
Folder   6
General, 1951-1988
Box   29
Folder   7
Heinz, Thomas, regarding Alfred Hebert House, 1981
Note: Includes photographs.
Box   29
Folder   8
Henning, Randolph, notes on photographs, 1990
Box   29
Folder   9
McCoy, Esther, 1980
Note: Includes Vienna to Los Angeles.
Box   29
Folder   9A
Memorials, obituary, and John Howe in Minnesota exhibit brochure, 1997-2001
Reproductions of drawings by Howe
Box   29
Folder   10
Menomonie Public Library brochure
Box   29
Folder   11
For Aaron Green (published), 1965
Box   29
Folder   12
For Frank Lloyd Wright
Note: Miscellaneous reproductions annotated by Howe: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Christian Science Church, Claremont Hotel Wedding Chapel, Gillin House, Guggenheim Museum, Hanna House, University of Wichita Juvenile Cultural Center, and unidentified item.
Box   29
Folder   13
Memorabilia, undated
Box   29
Folder   14
Mossberg House construction records and notes
Box   30
Folder   1
Nihon University, speech with published list of executed buildings by Howe, 1975
Box   30
Folder   2
Notes, 1989
Box   30
Folder   3
Pew House expenses, undated
Scrapbooks
Box   30
Folder   4
1932-1936, and loose clippings, 1961, undated
Note: Includes typed “Work Song of the Taliesin Fellowship.”
Box   30
Folder   4
Loose clippings, 1961, undated
Box   30
Folder   5
1932-1933
Note: Notes on Helena Shot Tower and photographs.
Box   30
Folder   6
Taliesin Fellowship lists, 1938-1939, 1961-1964
Box   30
Folder   7
Taliesin Fellowship studio roll, 1959-1960
Box   30
Folder   8
Taliesin Fellowship work lists, 1959-1960
Writings about Wright by Howe
Box   30
Folder   9
[Frank Lloyd Wright special issue], Northwest Architect with Allen Olson and Albert Hoffmeyer (S#1788), 1969
Box   30
Folder   10
“Frank Lloyd Wright,” MAA Review of the Arts, 1976
Note: Includes Howe's Tucson Creative Dance Center.
Box   30
Folder   11
“Reflections of Taliesin” and “Organic Architecture-Form Follows Function,” 1977
Series: Prints and Drawing Reproductions
Subseries: Exhibit prints
Note: An asterisk indicates Howe has noted the responsible draftsman.
Box   60
Folder   1
Adams (Harry) House (TA#1105.06)
Box   60
Folder   1
Adelman (Albert) House (TA#4834?)
Box   60
Folder   2
Allen (Henry) House (2) (TA#1701)
Box   60
Folder   2
All Steel House (3) (TA#3705)
Box   60
Folder   3
American Ready-Cut System (TA#1506?)
Box   60
Folder   3
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church (2)* (TA#5611)
Box   60
Folder   3
Arizona State Capitol “Oasis”(7)* (TA#5732)
Box   60
Folder   4
Arizona State University Fine Arts Center (TA#5911)
Box   60
Folder   5
Artist's Studio-Residence (TA#0311)
Box   60
Folder   5
Ascension Lutheran Congregation*
Box   60
Folder   6
Bagley (Joseph) House* (TA#1601)
Box   60
Folder   6
Baker (Frank J.) House Scheme 2 (2)* (TA#0901)
Box   60
Folder   7
Beth Sholom Synagogue* (TA#5313)
Box   60
Folder   7
Bloomfield House (TA#49020)
Box   60
Folder   8
Boynton House* (TA#0801)
Box   60
Folder   8
Browne's Bookstore (TA#0802.005)
Box   60
Folder   9
Burlingame Pottery House (TA#4202)
Box   60
Folder   9
Carlson (Raymond) House* (TA#5004)
Box   60
Folder   10
Community Church, Kansas City (4)*
Box   60
Folder   11
Coonley House
Box   60
Folder   11
Coonley Playhouse (15)* (TA#1201)
Box   60
Folder   12
Cooper House (annotated)
Box   60
Folder   12
Crystal Heights* (TA#4016)
Box   60
Folder   13
Doheny Ranch Resort (TA#2104)
Box   60
Folder   13
Donahue (3)* (TA#5901)
Box   60
Folder   14
Fiesole Villa (TA#1005)
Box   60
Folder   14
Final projects on Frank Lloyd Wright desktop (annotated)
Box   60
Folder   15
Florida Southern College
Box   61
Folder   1
Gerts House (2) (TA#0615.04 and TA#1114)
Box   61
Folder   2
Gillin (John A.) House (2) (TA#5034)
Box   61
Folder   2
Guggenheim Museum
Box   61
Folder   3
Hanna House* (TA#3701.02)
Box   61
Folder   3
Huntington Hartford Cottage Group Hotel* (TA#4721)
Box   61
Folder   4
Hilly House (TA#1303)
Box   61
Folder   4
Imperial Hotel, Scheme 1 (TA#1409.27)
Box   61
Folder   5
Jacobs I* (TA#4812)
Box   61
Folder   5
Johnson Wax Administration Building (TA#3601)*
Box   61
Folder   5
Jones (Richard Lloyd) House (4) (TA#2901 and 2902)
Box   61
Folder   6
Kaufmann Fallingwater (3) (TA#3602)
Box   61
Folder   6
Kaufmann Garage (TA#4923)
Box   61
Folder   7
LaGrange School (TA#1206.01)
Box   61
Folder   7
Lake Tahoe Summer Colony (TA#2205.01)
Box   61
Folder   8
Larkin Company Administrative Building (3) (TA#0403)
Box   61
Folder   8
Lenkurt Electric Company (3)* (TA#5520)
Box   61
Folder   9
Lexington Terrace Apartments (TA#0111)
Box   61
Folder   9
Little (Francis) House* (TA#1304)
Box   61
Folder   10
Loeb House (TA#4511)
Box   61
Folder   10
McCord House* (TA#4825)
Box   61
Folder   11
McCormick (Harold) House (3) (TA#0713)
Box   61
Folder   11
Martin (Darwin) House* (TA#0405)
Box   61
Folder   12
Marting House* (TA #4713)
Box   61
Folder   12
Merchandising Building (TA#2203)
Box   61
Folder   13
Meyer House* (TA#5015)
Box   61
Folder   13
Midway Gardens (2) (TA#1401.14 and .44)
Box   61
Folder   14
Monona Terrace (2)* (TA#3909)
Box   61
Folder   14
Morris (V.C.) House (5)* (TA#5412)
Box   61
Folder   15
National Life Insurance Company (5) (TA#2404)
Box   62
Folder   1
Neuroseum Hospital (3) (TA#5533)
Box   62
Folder   2
Oboler (Arch) House (2)* (TA#4018)
Box   62
Folder   2
Pettit Memorial Chapel (TA#0619)
Box   62
Folder   3
Pittsburgh Point Park Civic Center (7)* (TA #4821)
Box   62
Folder   4
Quadrangle Block
Box   62
Folder   4
Rebhuhn House* (TA#5413)
Box   62
Folder   5
Roble House (TA#0908)
Box   62
Folder   5
Rogers Lacy Hotel (2)* (TA#4606)
Box   62
Folder   6
Rosenbaum House* (TA#3903)
Box   62
Folder   10
Stevens Auldbrass Plantation* (TA#4015)
Box   62
Folder   10
Stohr Arcade Shops (2) (TA#0910)
Box   62
Folder   11
Strong Automobile Objective (2) (TA#2505)
Box   62
Folder   11
Suburban House (Bach) (TA#1117)
Box   62
Folder   12
Taliesin Courtyard
Box   62
Folder   12
Tomek House (4) (TA#0711)
Box   62
Folder   13
Tremaine Meteor Crater Inn* (TA#4822)
Box   62
Folder   13
Ullman House (2) (TA#0411)
Box   62
Folder   14
Unity Temple (3) (TA#0611)
Box   62
Folder   14
Vogelsang Dinner Garden (TA#1407)
Box   62
Folder   15
Wallis, Henry, House (2)
Box   62
Folder   16
Juvenile Cultural Center (Wichita)
Box   62
Folder   16
Windfohr House (TA#4919)
Box   62
Folder   17
Wolf Lake Amusement Park (3) (TA#9510)
Box   62
Folder   17
Wright (David) “How to Live in the Southwest” House* (TA#5030)
Box   62
Folder   18
Yahara Boathouse (TA#0211)
Box   62
Folder   19
Unidentified
Physical Description: 5 items 
Subseries: Prints for American System Built Homes, Richards Company, 1916?, undated
Note

Album of loose items.

See also American System-Built House Series Portfolio (Mss 1163).

Box   47
Page   1
A101 Halftone print, perspective drawing (TA#1506.140)
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   47
Page   2
A221 Halftone print, perspective drawing (TA#1506.146)
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   47
Page   3
A243 Halftone print, Perspective drawing
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   47
Page   10, 11
B11 Halftone print, Perspective drawing
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   47
Page   4, 6, 7
B23 Halftone print, Perspective drawing (TA#1506.112)
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   47
Page   8
E3 Woodblock-type print, Perspective drawing, Exterior (TA#1506.118)
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   47
Page   12
J521 Brownline print, Perspective drawing of an apartment house
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   47
Page   5
J900 Halftone print, Isometric floor plan (TA#1506.112)
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   47
Page   9
J902 Woodblock-type print, Perspective by Rudolf Schindler
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   47
Page   13
Benday print, Perspective drawing (TA#1506.112)
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Subseries: Measured Drawing Books
Box   37
Myonichkan Architectural Institute of Japan, Measured Drawings of the Myonichi Hall of Jiyugakeuen: Frank Lloyd Wright and Arata Endo, 1975
Tanigawa Laboratory, Nihon University, undated
Box   51
Folder   6
Hayashi House
Box   31
Folder   1
Jiyu Gakuen Girls School (TA#2101), includes typed note from Arata Endo, 1975
Box   51
Folder   7
Motion picture theatre (TA#1805)
Box   48
Folder   4
Schools of the Free Spirit
Box   31
Folder   2
Yamamura House (TA#1803)
Box   51
Folder   8
Yamamura House (continued)