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Box 2

 Container

Contains 12 Collections and/or Records:

Typed letter signed (TLS) Frank Lloyd Wright to O.S. Lang, September 8, 1904

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 1
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...

Note Lang, undated

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 2
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...

Western Union telegram Frank Lloyd Wright to Darwin D. Martin, September 9, 1904

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 3
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...

Drawing by C.B. Foster, undated

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 4
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...

Typed letter signed (TLS) C.B. Foster to Frank Lloyd Wright, September 10, 1904

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 5
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...

Typed letter (TL) Darwin D. Martin to Frank Lloyd Wright, September 16, 1904

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 6
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...

Typed letter signed (TLS) Frank Lloyd Wright's office (Walter B. Griffin) to O.S. Lang, September 17, 1904

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 7
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...

Typed letter signed (TLS) Frank Lloyd Wright's office (Walter B. Griffin) to Darwin D. Martin, September 17, 1904

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 8
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...

Typed letter (TL) Darwin D. Martin to Frank Lloyd Wright, September 22, 1904

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 9
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...

Typed letter signed (TLS) Frank Lloyd Wright to O.S. Lang, September 24, 1904

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 6, Item: 10
Identifier: Series III
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family: The George Barton House (1904) and the Darwin D. Martin House (1906) in Buffalo, New York, and the Graycliff House (1928) in Derby, New York; and the Larkin Company Administration Building in Buffalo; later correspondence documents the continuing personal and financial relationship between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright. Also...