Digital Image Collection
The Digital Image Collection documents the buildings of Wright’s early career, changes made to some of his most important early structures since construction, clients and residents of the homes designed during the architect’s Oak Park years, and the Wright family. The photographs provide visual access to Wright’s impact on the built and social environment of turn-of-the-twentieth-century Chicago.
The collection is divided into three areas:
You may also search the complete collection for photographs documenting the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright from circa 1887 to 2009.
The digital reproductions on this site, from materials held by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, are provided for research consultation and scholarly purposes only. Further distribution and/or any commercial use of the works from this site are strictly forbidden without the permission of the copyright holder designated with each image.
To order from the Digital Image Collection:
Images in the digital collection for which the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust owns copyright or that are in the public domain are available for publicity and non-publicity purposes. Please contact us at .
Also see Image Rights and Reproduction for additional images in our collection.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust’s Digital Image Collection archive is funded by a grant from the Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation.