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Usable archive in NY?
Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 5:45 pm
I'm interested in doing a project on FLW, concentrating with him from 1900-1920 as social reformer? Anyone got a good idea where to start to collect primary sources, documents pertaining to that area of study? I am in Connecticut. I was hoping for archives at Guggenheim, but it seems most of his archives are elsewhere.
Any info would be great.
Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 9:44 pm
I would suggest the Avery Architectural Library at Columbia University. I recommend these books given your topic:
Frank Lloyd Wright Collected Writings: Volume 1 1894-1930
Frank Lloyd Wright: The Lost Years 1910-1922
Frank Lloyd Wright Autobiography
Frank Lloyd Wright by Meryl Secrist
Frank Lloyd Wright To 1910: The First Golden Age
Books on the California Work, especially Aline Barnesdall and her projects
Posted: Thu Feb 02, 2006 7:48 pm
Thanks for the info. I will give them a call tomorrow.
Thanks too, for the start with books. I have started with a couple of books he wrote in the late 40's.
I am so impressed with his work, I am even thinking of buying that house for sale in Michigan... But it is out in the sticks!!