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Box 1

 Container

Contains 146 Collections and/or Records:

Frank Lloyd Wright - Darwin D. Martin papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS 22.8
Overview Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family.

Autograph letter signed (ALS) Frank Lloyd Wright to "My dear Mrs. Dana or Mrs. Lawrence", 1902?

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 11, 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...

Autograph letter signed (ALS) Frank Lloyd Wright to Mr. Little, 1902?

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 11, 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...

Autograph letter signed (ALS) Frank Lloyd Wright to Darwin D. Martin, 1902?

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 11, 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...

Autograph letter signed (ALS) William E. Martin to Darwin D. Martin, October 22, 1902

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 12, 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...

Typed letter (TL) Darwin D. Martin to William E. Martin, December 10, 1902

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 12, 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...

Typed letter (TL) Darwin D. Martin to Larkin, March 20, 1903

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 13, 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...

Typed letter (TL) Darwin D. Martin to Frank Lloyd Wright, March 21, 1903

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 13, 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...

Typed letter signed (TLS) Frank Lloyd Wright to Darwin D. Martin, March 25, 1903

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 13, 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...

Typed letter (TL) Darwin D. Martin to Frank Lloyd Wright, March 25, 1903

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 13, 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...