Exhibit Staff and Assistance
This exhibition was organized jointly by the Library of Congress, the Canadian Centre for Architecture, and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
David G. De Long, Professor of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania
Library of Congress Staff:
Interpretive Programs Office:
Irene U. Chambers, Interpretive Programs Officer; Tambra Johnson, Exhibit Coordinator; Denise Agee, Deborah Durbeck, Christopher O'Connor, Gwynn Wilhelm.
Other Library of Congress Staff:
C. Ford Peatross, Kurt G. F. Helfrich, Prints and Photographs Division; Jill Brett, Helen Dalrymple, and Craig D'Ooge, Public Affairs; Linda Washington, Gary Capriotti, Hill Montague, Integrated Support Services; Kim Moden and Nancy Mitchell, Special Events and Public Programs, Tom Albro, Rikki Condon, and the staff of the Conservation Office.
Information Technology Services:
Lynn E. Brooks, Ji Lydon, Francis Cinotti; with assistance from Elizabeth Miller, Library Services, Tambra Johnson, Interpretive Programs Office, C. Ford Peatross, and Kurt G. F. Helfrich, Prints and Photographs 2.
Jim Symons, Studio Five
Created for the exhibition by George Ranalli, Architect, with Aaron McDonald and Nathaniel Worden, model makers.
The Canadian Centre for Architecture:
Nicholas Olsberg, Chief Curator; Gwendolyn Owens, Assistant Director, Museum Services; Helen Malkin and Marie Constantin, Exhibition Department, Christine Dufresne, Publications
From the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation:
Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, Director, Frank Lloyd Wright Archives
Digital Scanning for the Exhibit
Digital scanning for images of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation were scanned by Luna Imaging, 1315 Innes Place, Venice, California 902911, (http://www.luna-imaging.com).
Luna Imaging, Inc. specializes in the application of digital image technology to cultural heritage collections. Luna works with museums, libraries, and archives where image quality, consistency, and integration with text data are fundamental to building visual resources of lasting value. Luna offers services for the conversion of photographic media into digital form and systems to manage, access, and work with images and associated text in electronic environments.
Information Technolgy Services
Digital images of collections at the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University and the Library of Congress were scanned by Information Technology Services, the Library of Congress.
The catalog for this exhibit was published in conjunction with the exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright: designs for an American Landscape, 1922-1932, organized jointly by the Library of Congress, the Canadian Centre for Architecture and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
See ordering information under Copyright and Ordering Information.
This exhibition is part of the project to establish a Center for American Architecture, Design, and Engineering at the Library of Congress. For more information, please call or write to:
C. Ford Peatross
Prints and Photographs Division
Library of Congress
Washington, DC 20540-4730
(202) 707-8695; FAX (202) 707-1486