New York: Horizon Press, 1965. First edition. Cloth over Boards. Quarto, pp 164, indexed, illustrated with over 200 b/w photographs. Very Good in Good DJ. Item #20289
This book includes historic writings by Frank Lloyd Wright himself, and also several remarkable contributions by noted European architects clarifying the Wright influence; the essay by Louis Mumford on the Social Background of Frank Lloyd Wright; two historically invaluable essays of Louis Sullivan; and a memoir by Mrs. Wright describing her husband's reaction to the book, and his building of the renowned Taliesin school. This original and epoch-making work is truly indigenous to America and has become part of the country's architectural heritage and has shaped modern architecture throughout the world. From the Old House Journal Reference Library.