Prairie School Press archives 1961-1981.
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Architect, designer; Illinois, Wisconsin and Arizona. From the description of Frank Lloyd Wright textile design studies, [ca. 1955]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86122971 BIOGHIST REQUIRED Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was an American Architect internationally recognized for his distinctive Prairie Style houses, innovative building design, Taliesin school and fellowships, and philosophy of "organic architecture." From the guide to the Frank Lloyd Wright Miscel...
The Pioneer Press Building (now known as the Pioneer Building) was designed by architect Solon Beman of Chicago. It was erected in downtown St. Paul in 1888-1889 to house the offices and presses of the St. Paul Pioneer Press newspaper. Critic Montgomery Schuyler called the building an "uncompromising parallelopiped of brown brick [which] rears itself to the height of twelve stories" and was "eminent for the strictness with which the design conforms itself to the utilitarian conditions of the str...
William Gray Purcell (1880-1965) was an architect in partnership with George Grant Elmslie (1869-1952). They designed buildings in the "Prairie" or "Progressive" style in the East (Pennsylvania), the Midwest (Minnesota and Illinois), and the West (Oregon). From the description of Selected papers of William G. Purcell, 1919-1964. (University of Oregon Libraries). WorldCat record id: 75683091 From the guide to the Selected papers of William G. Purcell, 1919-1964, (Special Coll...
Architect and wife of Walter Burley Griffin, architect (1876-1937). From the description of The magic of America : typescript, [between 1937 and 1949] / Marion Mahony Griffin. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58665394 ...
Daniel Burnham was born in Henderson, New York in 1846. He studied at the New Church School in Waltham, Massachusetts and received private tutoring. He worked for William Le Baron Jenney in his Chicago office for a short time. After several failed attempts in other businesses, he eventually joined the architectural firm of Carter, Drake and Wright. Burnham's future partner, John Wellborn Root was born in Lumpkin, Georgia, and raised in Atlanta. When Union troops occupied Atlanta in ...
Walter Burley Griffin was an architect and landscape architect. Marion Mahony Griffin (1871-1962) was an architect who worked mainly as an architectural renderer. She was the first women to graduate, in 1894, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a degree in architecture. Both had previously worked for Frank Lloyd Wright at his studio in Oak Park, Illinois. From the description of Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin architectural drawings, circa 1909-1937. (...
Architect. From the description of Louis H. Sullivan photographs and drawings, circa 1868-1924. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 505720020 From the description of Frank Lloyd Wright collection of Louis Henry Sullivan drawings, circa 1873-1910, (bulk circa 1883-1895). (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122632888 American architect, born Sept. 3, 1856 in Boston, Massachusetts. He studied architecture un...
Correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Francis Byrne and his wife, Annette Byrne. From the description of Letters, 1926-1956, n.d., to Lewis and Sophia Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155866920 Architect; born in Chicago (1883); apprenticed with Frank Lloyd Wright; practiced in New York City (1931-1967); died 1967. From the description of Francis Barry Byrne collection, 1941-1952. (Art Institute of Chicago). WorldCat re...
Alfonso Iannelli was born in Andretta, Italy in 1888 and came to the United States in 1898 with his family. Iannelli maintained a studio in Park Ridge, IL, working first with his wife Margaret and later with additional collaborators, expanding the range of work to include commercial design, advertising, and architectural interiors. His work for such firms as Sunbeam, Oster and Eversharp brought him critical acclaim, and commissions for exhibit designs at the 1933 Chicago World's Fair. He continu...