Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright: Selected full-text books and articles

Frank Lloyd Wright By Vincent Scully Jr George Braziller, 1960
Frank Lloyd Wright: The Masterworks By Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer; David Larkin Rizzoli, 1993
Frank Lloyd Wright in the Realm of Ideas By Gerald Nordland; Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer Southern Illinois University Press, 1988
Studies and Executed Buildings By Frank Lloyd Wright Rizzoli International Publications, 1998
Angels of Reality: Emersonian Unfoldings in Wright, Stevens, and Ives By David Michael Hertz Southern Illinois University Press, 1993
Roots of Contemporary American Architecture: A Series of Thirty-Seven Essays Dating from the Mid-Nineteenth Century to the Present By Lewis Mumford Grove Press, 1959
Librarian's tip: "The Example of Frank Lloyd Wright" begins on p. 396
Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim Correspondence By Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer; Frank Lloyd Wright Press at California State University, Fresno, 1986
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