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Queene Ferry Coonley collection, 1906-1982.

Author: Queene Ferry Coonley
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Photographs and clippings representing architectural works in the Chicago area designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and William E. Drummond for Avery and Queene Ferry Coonley comprise this collection. Works represented in the collection are: Avery Coonley House (1906-1909), Avery Coonley Gardener's Cottage (1911) and Coonley Playhouse (1912) by Frank Lloyd Wright; Thorncroft (1911), and the Brookfield Kindergarten (1911),  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Photographs
Named Person: Queene Ferry Coonley; Avery Coonley; Elizabeth Coonley Faulkner; Frank Lloyd Wright; William E Drummond; Frank Lloyd Wright
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Queene Ferry Coonley
OCLC Number: 214327323
Description: <178> photographs (<57> snapshots, <32> photo postcards, <34> proofs, <55> b&w prints), <8> b&w copy negatives (4 x 5 in.), <1.25> linear in. of printed material.
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Photographs and clippings representing architectural works in the Chicago area designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and William E. Drummond for Avery and Queene Ferry Coonley comprise this collection. Works represented in the collection are: Avery Coonley House (1906-1909), Avery Coonley Gardener's Cottage (1911) and Coonley Playhouse (1912) by Frank Lloyd Wright; Thorncroft (1911), and the Brookfield Kindergarten (1911), by William E. Drummond; and the Teacher's Cottage (1913) by Guenzel and Drummond. Included are architectural photographs ca. 1910-1920, many by Henry Fuermann & Sons Photographers, documenting the original exteriors of all these buildings, as well as interior views of all but the Teacher's Cottage. Color snapshots, ca. 1980, depict renovations to the Avery Coonley House Stables exterior, and to the Playhouse's exterior and interiors. Clippings cover the general history of the Avery Coonley House and Stables, including renovations completed since the 1950s. Wright-designed furnishings from the Coonley estate are featured in 3 exhibition catalogs concerning the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. A family history, Four grandparents, written by grand-daughter Celia Faulkner Crawford in 1995 is also included.

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