Frank Lloyd Wright's Wisconsin How America's most famous architect found inspiration in his home state

Kristine Hansen

Book - 2023

"A comprehensive guide to Wright's designs (and those of his protégés) that are open to the public-as well as insider historical information about sites now demolished, and those available for "drive-bys" only. For architecture or history fans looking for tours, overnight stays, or creative inspiration. Museum collections in Wisconsin that include Wright's furnishings and drawings are also included"--

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Essex, Connecticut : Globe Pequot [2023]
Main Author
Kristine Hansen (author)
Item Description
Includes index.
Physical Description
xvi, 156 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 23 cm
  • Introduction
  • Timeline of Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin
  • Key Terms to Understanding Wright's Designs
  • Milwaukee Area
  • Albert and Edith Adelman House
  • Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
  • Arthur R. Munkwite Duplex Apartments
  • Burnham Block
  • Elizabeth Murphy House
  • Frederick C. Bogk House
  • Dr. Maurice Greenberg House
  • Joseph Mollica House
  • Racine
  • SC Johnson Administration Building and Research Tower
  • Thomas P. Hardy House
  • Willard Keland House
  • Wingspread
  • Delavan and Lake Geneva
  • A. P. Johnson House
  • Lake Geneva Public Library
  • Penwern
  • Lake Geneva Hotel
  • Madison
  • A. B. Groves Building Co. House
  • First Unitarian Society Meeting House
  • Herbert and Kathetine Jacobs I House
  • Herbert and Katherine Jacobs II House
  • John C. Pew House
  • Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center
  • Driftless Area
  • Spring Valley Inn
  • Taliesin
  • A. D. German Warehouse
  • Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center
  • Two Rivers
  • Bernard and Fern Schwartz House
  • Fox Cities
  • Stephen M. B. Hunt II House
  • Central Wisconsin
  • E. Clarke and Julia Arnold House
  • Field's at the Wilderness (designed by James Dresser)
  • Seth Peterson Cottage
  • The Del-Bar (designed by James Dresser)
  • Northern Wisconsin
  • Canoe Bay (designed by John Rattenbury)
  • Wausau
  • Charles and Dorothy Manson House
  • Duey and Julia Wright House
  • The Stewart Inn
  • Statewide
  • Wright and Like Tour
  • Frank Lloyd Wrigbr Trail
  • Index
  • Photo Credits
  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Author