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Series VIII

Subseries 4
Books
5 shelves and 2 flat file drawers

Jones and his wife donated numerous titles from their library at home. Many contain references to Jones or his work. Jones’s affiliation with Frank Lloyd Wright, Bruce Goff, Edward Durell Stone and other contemporaries is evident in the number of volumes about those architects. Many are inscribed to Jones. Some books are unique, from Architecture: Boy Scouts of America Merit Badge Series, to Bruce Goff in Architecture, written in Japanese. A few textbooks are included, such as the classic, Space, Time and Architecture by Sigfried Gideon.

  • 100 Contemporary Architects:  Drawings and Sketches.  Selected by Bill Lacy.  New York:  H.N. Abrams, 1991.  Cloth with wrapper, (Note: Fay Jones is mentioned on page 126).
  • AIP 12, Architecture in Perspective.  12th Annual International Competition of Architectural Illustration. Gloucester, MA:  Rockport Publishers, 1997. (Note: for the American Society of Architectural Perspectivists; inscribed by Charlie Manus, President ASAP).
  • Alexenberg, Mel and Otto Piene.  LightsOROT: Essays and Catalog of an Exhibition at the Yeshiva University Museum in New York City.  Boston: Spaulding Company, 1988.  Paper, (Note: inscription by author: “More sky in more spaces (bridge and more!)  Otto Piene, XI-30-92” and second inscription by one of the contributors “With very best regards & hopes for future bridges, Elizabeth [Goldring].”).
  • Almanac of Architecture and Design 2000.  Edited by James P. Cramer, Foreword by Paul Goldburger.  Washington, D.C.:  Greenway Group. C2000.  Paper.
  • American Architecture of the 1980s.  Washington, D.C: The American Institute of Architects Press, 1990. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: Fay Jones’s Cooper Chapel featured on pages 294-299; autographed on front and back inside covers by Fay Jones).
  • American Churches. New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang: Distributed by The Crossroad Publishing Co., ca.1982. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: Thorncrown Chapel is mentioned on  page 130).
  • The American Institute of Architects College of Fellows History and Directory. Year 2000 Edition.  Washington, D.C.:  McGraw-Hill, 2000. Cloth, (Note: Fay Jones is mentioned on page 153). 
  • Anderson, Howard L. Amado Maurilio Peña, Jr. Albuquerque: Robert Stephan Young Publishing Company, 1981. Cloth with wrapper. 
  • The Annual of American Architecture 1981. The American Institute of Architects. AIA Journal, 1981.  Cloth with wrapper. (Note: Fay Jones’s Thorncrown Chapel featured on pages 6-13; three copies, one without wrapper).
  • Anthony, Kathryn H. Design Juries on Trial: The Renaissance of the Design Studio.  New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1991. Paper, (Note: Fay Jones is mentioned on page 199).
  • Architects of Australia: The Bicentennial Edition, 1988. Camberwell, Victoria, Australia: Owen King Printers Australia Pty. Ltd., 1988. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Architects of the United States of America, 1989-1990. Melbourne, Australia: The Images Publishing Group, 1989. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Architectural Digest:  The AD 100 Architects. Los Angeles: Architectural Digest Publishing Corporation, ca. 1991. Paper, (Note: Walton Residence is mentioned on page 134).
  • Architectural Design Collaborators. Cambridge: Perlman/Stearns Inc., 1990. Paper.
  • Architectural Design Collaborators 2: The Comprehensive Sourcebook of Creative Talent for the Architectural and Design Professions.  Cambridge: Perlman/Stearns Inc., 1991.  Paper.  
  • The Architectural Forum: LeC October 1965. Urban America,1965. (Reprint).
  • The Architectural Forum: March 1948. Time Inc., 1948. Volume 88, Number 3. (Note: edited by Henry Wright).
  • Architecture: Boy Scouts of America Merit Badge Series. Irving, Texas: BSA, 1995.
  • Bakel, Anton van. “Styles of Architectural Designing: Empirical Research on Working Styles and Personality Dispositions.” Diss., Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 1995.
  • Ball, Victoria Kloss.  The Art of Interior Design, Second Edition.  New York, Chichester, Brisbane, Toronto, Singapore:  JohnWiley & Sons, 1982.  Cloth with wrapper.
  • Barrie, Thomas.  Spiritual Path, Sacred Place; Myth, Ritual, and Meaning in Architecture.  Boston and London:  Shambala, 1996. Paper, (Note: Thorncrown Chapel is mentioned on pages 139-144).
  • Bennett, Noël. Halo of the Sun: Stories Told and Retold. Flagstaff: Northland Press, 1987. First edition, Paper, (Note: autographed by the author).
  • Berry, Ray. The Spiritual Athlete: A Primer for the Inner Life. Olema, California: Joshua Press, 1992. Paper. 
  • Boericke, Art and Barry Shapiro. Handmade Houses: A Guide to the Woodbutcher’s Art. San Francisco: The Scrimshaw Press, 1973. Fourth edition, Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscribed “Fay B  Jan 30, 1974. A happy and memorable birthday...Hank, Steve, John, Antoinette, Dick, Arthur, Palmer, Murray, Terry, Rene, Martha, Cy”; four other signatures are unreadable).
  • Bolour, Rahim and Youssef.  American Approach to Antique Carpets: The Y & B Bolour Collection.  Japan: Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd., 1992.  Cloth. 
  • Bradley, Matt. Arkansas. Little Rock, Arkansas:  Rose Publishing Company, ca. 1975. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: Cooper Chapel is mentioned on page 76; inscribed by author/photographer Bradley to Fay Jones).
  • Bruce Goff in Architecture.Written in Japanese. Included paper protector sleeve. (Note: inscribed to Fay by Takenoln Mohri, Architect, August 17, 1974).
  • Bugbee, Gordon P. Domino’s Mantion: Thomas Monaghan, Gunnar Birkerts, and the Spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright. Troy, Michigan: Planning Research Organization for a Better Environment (PROBE) Press, 1988. Cloth with wrapper. (Note: page 106 mentions Fay Jones planning to build a house for Monaghan; inscription from subject/giver: “To Fay, There’s nothing I’ve looked forward to more than working with you on designing my house. Let’s hope the designing continues long after the house is built.  Tom Monaghan, 12/23/88.”).
  • “Builder: The Magazine of the National Association of Home Builders”. Volume 9, Number 10, October 1986. (Note: Fay Jones is mentioned as a juror on page 188).
  • Building Plans and Designs by Frank Lloyd Wright.  New York: Horizon Press Publishers, 1963. American Edition, number 212E of 2,500 copies available at time of sale, 2,600 actually printed.  Library of Congress #62-23122.  Unbound plans and booklet, enclosed in 16" x 25" x 2" document preservation folder, (Note: funded and copyrighted by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation; located in drawer 120).
  • Burden, Ernest.  Architectural Delineation: A Photographic Approach to Presentation. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1971. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed by  Fay Jones in two places, front and back blank pages).
  • Design Presentation Techniques for Marketing and Project Proposals. New York: Mc-Graw-Hill, 1984. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: includes the Pallone House on pages 86-87).
  • Casciani, Stefano. L’architettura press per mano: La Maniglia Moderna e la Produzione Olivari. (Hands on architecture: The modern handle and Olivari). Milano: Idea Books, 1992.  First edition, Cloth with wrapper and box, (Note: book is in Italian and English).  
  • Caudill, William Wayne, FAIA and William Merriweather Peña. Architecture and You: How to Experience and Enjoy Buildings. New York: Whitney Library of Design, Watson-   Guptill Publications, 1978. First Edition, Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed by E. Fay Jones on front and back).
  • Condit, Carl W.  The Rise of the Skyscraper.  Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press, 1974.
  • Cramer, James P.  Design Plus Enterprise:  Seeking Competitive Advantage Through Design.  Washington, D.C.:  The AIA Press, 1994. Paper, (Note: Fay Jones mentioned on  page 167).
  • Craven, Thomas. The Pocket Book of Greek Art. New York: Pocket Books, Inc., 1950.
  • Creese, Walter L.  The Crowning of the American Landscape:  Eight Great Spaces and their Buildings. Princeton, NJ:  Princeton University Press, 1985. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Criswell, Brandyn. Solutions: The Architecture of E. Fay Jones. Humanities Honors Thesis at Stanford. Barry Katz, Advisor. 1996.  Paper, (Note: contains 2 copies).
  • Crosbie, Michael J. Centerbrook: Reinventing American Architecture. Rockport, Massachusetts: Rockport Publishers, Inc., 1993. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscription “9/93 B For Fay Jones, with all good wishes & admiration, Bob Harper, Bill Grover, Jim Childress, Chad Floyd”; two additional signatures are unreadable).
  • Crowles, Linn Ann.  An Index and Guide to An Autobiography the 1943 Edition. Hopkins, Minnesota:  Greenwich Design Publication, 1976.
  • Davis, Raymond and Francis Foote. Surveying: Theory and Practice. New York:McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1940.
  • Delap, John Darwin. Solar Designing. Fayetteville, Arkansas. First edition, Paper, (Note: privately published in 1977 by James Lambeth.; 2,000 copies plus fifty hard-bound prints; autographed by Fay Jones, 1977).
  • Design Plus Enterprise: Seeking a New Reality in Architecture. Washington, D.C.:  American Institute of Architects Press, 1994.  Paper, (Note: Fay Jones is mentioned on page 26).
  • Dickinson, Duo. The Small House: An Artful Guide to Affordable Residential Design.  New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1986. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed by the author).
  • Domino’s Thirty ’88:  Leaders in Excellence. Tokyo, Japan: Architecture and Urbanism, 1988.  (Note: includes Cooper Chapel and Pinecote photographs).
  • The Domino’s 30 >88.  Domino’s Farm Development Corp., 1989.  Cloth, (Note: Fay Jones’s Cooper Chapel featured).
  • Dowling, Elizabeth Meredith.  American Classicist: The Architecture of Phillip Trammel Shutze. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., 1989. Cloth. 
  • Drawing the Future:  A Decade of Architecture in Perspective Drawings.  New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1988. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscribed by Oles).
  • Dreyfuss, Henry.  Symbol Sourcebook: An Authoratative Guide to International Graphic Symbols.  New York:  McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1972.  Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed by  Fay Jones).
  • Dupre, Judith.  Churches.  New York: Harper Collins Publishers, c2001.  Cloth with divided front cover, (Note: Thorncrown Chapel is mentioned on page 138).
  • Dunn, Alan.  Architecture Observed.  New York: Architectural Record Books, 1972.  Second edition, Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones, 1974).
  • Ehrlich, Steven. Architects. New York:  Rizzoli, 1998. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscribed by author.)
  • Enchanted Rock: A Natural Area Survey, No. 14. Austin: University of Texas, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, 1979. (Note: calligraphy inscription: “Given in memory of Albert Faltin (1889-1969) for his foresight to preserve the Enchanted Rock and its environs in a natural state.”).
  • Ernst, Tim. Arkansas Portfolio: Twenty Years of Wilderness Photography. Fayetteville, AR.  Ernst Wilderness, ca. 1994. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscribed by author).
  • Evans, Jennifer Yankopolus. Greenway’s Almanac of Architecture & Design sixth edition 2005. Atlanta, GA: Greenway Communications, 2005. 
  • Faherty, William Barnaby. A Gift to Glory In: The First Hundred Years of the Missouri Botanical Garden (1859-1959). Ocean Park, Washington: Harris & Friedrich, 1989.
  • Faulkner, Waldron. Architecture and Color. New York: Wiley-Interscience/John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1972.
  • Frampton, Kenneth with Yukio Tutagawa. Modern Architecture 1851-1919. New York:  Rizzoli,1981. Paper, (Note: book is inscribed).
  • Frankel, Felice and Jory Johnson. Modern Landscape Architecture: Redefining the Garden. New York: Abbeville Press, 1991. Cloth with wrappe, (Note: The Crosby Arboretum in Picayune, Mississippi, is featured on pages 175-187; one of the two copies is autographed by Fay Jones).
  • Frank Lloyd Wright: Drawings for a Living Architecture. New York: Horizon Press, 1959.  Cloth with worn wrapper (Note: published for the Bear Run Foundation, Inc. and the Edgar J. Kaufman Charitable Foundation; autographed by Fay Jones, 1960).
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Booklet. Taliesin, Scottdale, Arizona. (Note: inscribed to Fay and Maurice by William Wesley Peters).
  • Frank Lloyd Wright in Imperial Hotel… (Note: printed in Japanese with English captions).
  • Frank Lloyd Wright: Una Mostra Della Sua Opera Nell’ultimo Decennio Presentata Dagli Stati Uniti d’America Alla XII Triennale di Milano, 1960. Racine, Wisconsin: S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
  • French, Thomas. A Manual of Engineering Drawing for Students and Draftsmen. New York:  McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1935.
  • Gabriel Prize. San Antonio, TX: Western European Architecture Foundation, ca. 2000. Cloth in case, (Note: edited by Michael J. Crosbie and Harold Roth).
  • Gebhard, David. The Richfield Building 1928-1968. Atlantic Richfield Company. Boxed with wrapper.
  • Gideon, Sigfried. The Eternal Present: The Beginnings of Architecture. Washington, D.C.:  Pantheon Books, National Gallery of Art, 1964.
  • Gideon, Sigfried. Space, Time and Architecture: The Growth of a New Tradition. Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, 1947.
  • Gimpel, Jean. The Cathedral Builders. New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1961.
  • Goff on Goff: Conversations and Lectures. Edited by Philip Welch, Foreword by Arthur Dyson.  Norman and London: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Good, Clint, AIA-Architect, and Debra Lynn Dadd.  Healthful Houses: How to Design and Build Your Own.  Bethesda: Guaranty Press, 1989. Paper.
  • Graves, John and Jim Bones, Jr. Texas Heartland: A Hill Country Year. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1975. Cloth with wrapper. 
  • Gray, Hunter W. and Richard Leo Johnson. Private Tour: At Home in Arkansas. Little Rock: Junior League of Little Rock, Inc., 1990. (Note: Fay Jones’s Grober Residence in Fort Smith is featured on pages 42-45.).
  • Greene, Harlan. Charleston: City of Memory. Greensboro, North Carolina: Legacy Publications, 1987. Third edition, Cloth with wrapper.
  • Grubisich, Tom and Peter McCandless.  Reston: The First Twenty Years.  Reston, Virginia: Prentice-Hall Company, 1985. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed and inscribed by the author: “Especially for: Fay Jones, FAIA.  With the great hope that one day soon we will witness the erection of a special Reston B Fay Jones Chapel/Cathedral/Pavillion to launch B North Hills B Reston’s final frontier!  Peter L. McCandless, Reston, Va., 10.20.88.”).
  • Halprin, Lawrence. Lawrence Halprin Notebooks 1959-1974. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 1973. Cloth, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones, 1975.).
  • Hanks, David A. Frank Lloyd Wright: Preserving an Architectural Heritage B Decorative Designs from The Domino’s Pizza Collection.  New York:  E. P. Dutton, 1989. Cloth with wrapper.  (Note: autographed and inscribed by author: “For Fay Jones B with admiration and warm wishes. David A. Hanks, February, 1990.”).
  • Hanks, Kurt, Larry Belliston and Dave Edwards.  Design Yourself! Los Altos, California: William Kaufmann, Inc., 1977. First edition, Paper. 
  • Hayes, Bartlett. Foreword by Howard E. Spragg. Tradition Becomes Innovation: Modern Religious Architecture in America New York:  Pilgrim Press, ca. 1983. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: Thorncrown Chapel is mention on page 115; inscribed by Fay Jones).
  • Hess, Alan.  Hyperwest: American Residential Architecture on the Edge. Photography by Alan Weintraub. New York: Whitney Library of Design, 1996. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Heyer, Paul. American Architecture Ideas and Ideologies in the Late Twentieth Century. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1993. Paper. (Note: Fay Jones is featured on pages 102-103, and his name is among many other architects listed on cover of book).
  • Hollowell, Kathleen A.; Schultz James E.; Ellis, Wade Jr.  HRW Geometry: Integrating Mathematics, Technology, Explorations, Applications, Assessment. Austin, Texas:  Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1997. Cloth, (Note: Thorncrown Chapel is mentioned on page 114).
  • Hughes, David, AIA, NOMA. Afrocentric Architecture: A Design Primer. Columbus: Greyden Press, Inc., 1994. (Note: autographed and inscribed by the author: A25 March 1994 - For E. Fay Jones, FAIA - It was a pleasure meeting you & I truly enjoyed you [sic] presentation to my Cleveland AIA chapter - In particular your interest to historic elements as generators for design - I hope you enjoy this book & if you have the time please comment on it - David, School of Arch., Kent State U., Kent, Ohio).
  • Ivy, Robert Adams. Fay Jones: The Architecture of E. Fay Jones, FAIA.  Washington, D.C.  American Institute of Architects, 1992. Paper, (Note: contains two copies; inscribed by Robert Ivy).
  • Izzo, Alberto and Camillo Gubitosi. Frank Lloyd Wright: Three Quarters of a Century of Drawings. Italy: Centro Di, 1981. Fourth edition, Paper, (Note: autographed and inscribed by Fay Jones, “AR 1981: AFather’s day gift from Janice and Cami 1981, American Academy in Rome.”).
  • Jarvis, Donald E., F.A.I.A. Horizon Lines: Travel Sketches of an Architect. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 1981.Cloth with wrapper, First edition, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones, May 1986.).
  • Jefferson, Mark A. Operative Opposite: The Architecture of E. Fay Jones. A dissertation submitted to the University of Brighton as part of the Diploma in Architecture, ca. 1992. Cloth.
  • Jones, Gerre. How to Prepare Professional Design Brochures. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1976. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Joseph Esherick: A Celebration of Life. Memorial essays, images, letters. San Francisco: Norma Escherick & EHDD Architecture, 2000. Cloth.
  • Karp, Mort and James Lambeth. Megastructure: Circulation: Exposed Steel: Department of Architecture Project. (Note: booklet about projects at the University of Arkansas). 
  • Kassler, Elizabeth B. Modern Gardens and the Landscape. New York: A. Colish Press, 1964.  Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscription: “Dulles Airport Bookstore, Sept. 1965.”; bookplate: “This volume from the Architectural Library of Euine Fay Jones”; autographed by Fay Jones).
  • Kaufmann, Edgar, editor.  An American Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright. New York: Horizon Press, 1955. Cloth with enclosed damaged wrapper (Note: autographed by Fay Jones on inside front and back covers; contains an unsigned piece of artwork with a poem: “There is much we would like to say about Mary, Janice, Cami and Fay. Since they took their chances in wildest Arkansas, architecture is now winning the day.” Also contains other unrelated items inserted within pages of this book.). 
  • Keim, Kevin P. An Architectural Life: Memoirs & Memories of Charles W. Moore. Boston, New York:  Bulfinch Press/Little Brown and Company, 1996. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Kennedy, Roger G.  American Churches. New York:  Stewart, Tabori & Chang: Distributed by Workman Publishing Co., ca. 1982. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: Thorncrown Chapel is mentioned on page 130).
  • King, Ross. Brunelleschi’s Dome: how a Renaissance genius reinvented architecture. New York:  Walker & Co., 2000. Paper.
  • Knoll au Louvre: Catalog of the Exhibition held at Pavillon de Marsan Musee des Arts Decoratifs, January 12 to March 12, 1972.  New York: Chanticleer Press, ca. 1971. Cloth with wrapper. Krakel, Dean. End of the Trail: The Odyssey of a Statue. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1973. Paper, First edition. 
  • Kultermann, Udo, editor. Kenzo Tange: Architecture and Urban Design, 1946-1969. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1970. Cloth with clear cover and box, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones, 1975).
  • Lambeth, James and Miles James. Cuisine of the Creative. Johnson, Arkansas: Miami Dog Press, 1998. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Lane, George A. Chicago Churches and Synagogues: An Architectural Pilgrimage. Chicago: Loyola University Press, 1981. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed and inscribed by author: “To E. Fay Jones, FAIA with very best wishes.” Second inscription “Not to mention our heartfelt wishes for your continuing health, happiness and creative endeavors. Jim and Joey Tite”).
  • LeBlanc, Sydney. 20th Century American Architecture: 200 Key Buildings. Foreword by Ralph Lerner. New York:  Whitney Library of Design, ca. 1993. Paper, (Note: Thorncrown Chapel is mention on page 157).
  • Lockard, William Kirby. Design Drawings. Tuscon, Arizona: Pepper Publishing, 1974. Lynch, Kevin. Site Planning. Second edition. Cambridge: The Colonial Press, Inc., 1971. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones 1972).
  • Magyar, Peter. Thought Palaces: Architectura& Natura. Amsterdam: Architectura & Natura, 1998. Paper, (Note: inscribed to Fay and Gus by Peter Magyar).
  • Marinelli, Janet. The Naturally Elegant Home. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1992. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: Roy Reed Home is mentioned on pages 57-59).
  • Martin, C. Leslie. Design Graphics. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1968. Second Edition, Cloth, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones, 1969).
  • Mazzariol, Giuseppe and Francesco Dal Co. Carlo Scarpa, 1906-1978. Milan:1984. Paper, Venezia, Oct 1984. (Note: book is in Italian; autographed by Fay Jones).
  • Mead, Christopher Curtis. The Architecture of Bart Prince: A Pragmatics of Place. New York:  W.W. Norton, 1999. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: preface by David Van Zanten; photographs by Michele M. Penhall).
  • Meehan, Patrick J. The Master Architect: Conversations with Frank Lloyd Wright. New York:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1994.
  • Mexican Architecture: The Work of Abraham Zabludovsky and Teodoro González de León. New York: Walker Publishing Co., Inc., 1978. First Edition, cloth with wrapper.
  • Meyer, Franz Sales. Handbook of Ornament. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1957. Paper, (Note: embossed seal of Fay Jones on the first page; autographed by Fay Jones).
  • The Meyer May House: Grand Rapids, Michigan. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Steelcase Inc., 1987.
  • Michael Graves: Selected and Current Works. The Master Architects Series III. Australia:  Images Publishing Group, 1999. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: illustrated inscription by M. Graves).
  • Millenial Milestones of Northwest Arkansas. Marceline, MO: D-Books Publishing Co. (Note: re-print of an article in the Morning News, November 29, 1999; Fay Jones is mentioned on pages 98-99).
  • Milne, D. Courtney. The Sacred Earth. Foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Toronto: Viking. 1991, Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscribed by author).
  • Minor, Ed and Harvey R. Frye. Techniques for Producing Visual Instructional Media. New York:  McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1970.
  • Missouri Botanical Gardens. St. Louis: Obata-Kuehner, Inc. and Missouri Botanical Gardens, 1988.
  • Mulfinger, Dale with Susan Davis. The Cabin: Inspiration for the Classic American Getaway.  Newtown, Connecticut: Taunton Press, 2001. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscribed by author).
  • Muschenheim, Arthur. A Guide to Chicago Architecture. Chicago: Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, 1962. (Note: printed papers bound by hand).
  • Nelson, Peter. Treehouses: The Art and Craft of Living Out on a Limb. Edited and & Designed by David Larkin. New York:  Houghton Mifflin, 1994.  Paper, (Note: photography by Paul Rocheleau).
  • Nicolson, Adam. Restoration: the Rebuilding of Windsor Castle. London: Michael Jospeh, 1997.  Cloth with wrapper.
  • Oles, Paul Stevenson.  Architectural Illustration:  The Value Delineation Process. Foreword by I. M. Pei.  New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1979. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscribed by author).
  • OZ. Journal of the College of Architecture Planning and Design, Kansas State University. Manhatten, KS:  Kansas State University, 1998. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Pear, Lillian Myers. The Pewabic Pottery: A History of Its Products and Its People. Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Book Co., 1976. Cloth with wrapper. 
  • Perry, Dick and Lawrence Zink.  Fascinating Spirited Cincinnati.  Published by the Cincinnati Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, 1979. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Plommer, Hugh. Simpson’s History of Architectural Development Vol. 1: Ancient and Classical Architecture. New York: Longman’s Green & Co., 1956.
  • Plummer, Henry. “Light in Japanese Architecture.Architecture and Urbanism, June 1995, Extra edition.  Tokyo: A+U Publishing Co., Ltd. Paper, (Note: books is in Japanese and English).
  • Poetics of Light. Tokyo: Architecture and Urbanism, 1987, Paper.
  • The Potential House: Three Centuries of American Dwelling. Tokyo, Japan:A + U Publishing Co., Ltd., 1989. 1989 September Extra Edition. Paper, (Note: Fay Jones’s Edmondson House featured on page 236; two copies).
  • Pompei: E Gli Architetti Francesi Dell >Ottocento. Rome: 1981. Paper, (Note: book is in Italian).
  • Presidential Design Awards 1988: Design Arts Program. National Endowment for the Arts,   May 1990.
  • Presentation Drawings by American Architects. Compiled by Alfred Kemper. New York:  Wiley, 1997. Cloth.
  • Quick, John. Artists’ and Illustrators’ Encyclopedia. St. Louis: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1969.
  • Redstone, Louis G. Art in Architecture. Introduction by Jacques Lipchitz. Foreword by Robert L. Durham. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, ca.1968. Cloth with wrappers, (Note: The Henley House Sculpture is mention on page 78; two copies).
  • Rowland, Kurt. A History of the Modern Movement: Art Architecture Design. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1973. Paper, ( Note: three volume set, each volume autographed by Fay Jones on front and back inside covers).
  • Rudolph, Paul.  Paul Rudolph: Dessins d’Architecture.  Fribourg, Switzerland:  Office du Livre, 1974. (Note: text is in French, German and English).
  • Rudofsky, Bernard.  Architecture without Architects:  A Short Introduction to Non-Pedigreed Architecture.  Garden City, New York:  Doubleday & Company, Inc. and Museum of Modern Art in New York City, 1965.
  • Rybczynski, Witold. A Clearing in the Distance:  Frederick Law Olmstead and America in the 19th Century.  New York:  Scribner, 1999. (Note: Inscribed to Fay Jones from the Harmons).
  • Sabine, Hale J.. Less Noise, Better Hearing:  An Outline of the Essentials of Architectural Acoustics for the Practising Architect and Engineer. Chicago: The Celotex Corporation, 1941-1950.
  • Saylor, Henry H.. Dictionary of Architecture. New York:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1952.
  • Scarpa, Carlo: Opera Completa. Milan:1 984. Cloth with wrapper and box, (Note: book is in Italian;  autographed by Fay Jones, Venezia, Oct 1984).
  • Silverman, Maxwell and Ned A. Bowman. Contemporary Theatre Architecture: An Illustrated Essay and A Checklist of Publications 1946-1964.  New York: The New York Public Library and Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations, 1965. (Note: includes a bookplate reading “This Volume for the Architectural Library of Euine Fay Jones”).
  • Slawson, David A. Secret Teachings in the Art of Japanese Gardens: Design Principles, Aesthetic values.  Tokyo, New York:  Distributed in the U.S. through Harper & Row, 1987. Paper, (Note: inscribed to Fay Jones by David Slawson). 
  • Smith, G. E. Kidder. The Architecture of the United States: New England and the Mid-Atlantic States. Vol. 1. Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, 1981. Paper,  (Note: autographed by author on two front pages; inscription by author: “To Fay- With much admiration for a series of brilliant buildings.  Kidder VI 88”).
  • Smith, Herbert L., Jr. 25 Years of Record Houses. Published by Architectural Record Magazine. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1981. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: Pallone House is mentioned on page 162).                      
  • Smithson, Alison, editor. Team 10 Primer. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press,1974. First edition, Paper, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones, 1975).
  • Snyder, James C. and Anthony J. Catanese, editors. Introduction to Architecture.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1979.  Cloth, (Note: Earl [sic] Fay Jones mentioned on pages 184-185; autographed on front and back by Fay Jones, April 1980).
  • Soleri, Paolo. Arcology: The City of the Image of Man. Boston: MIT Press, 1969.
  • Spence, Karen Cordes. Towards a Hermeneutic Phenomenology of Building.  Cincinnati, Ohio: University of Cincinnati, Department of Architecture, 1993.  Thesis, Paper.
  • Spencer, Brian A., editor. The Prairie School Tradition: The Prairie Archives of the Milwaukee Art Center.  New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1979. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed and inscribed by the editor: “12 June 1980, To Fay Jones, whose philosophy & practice is truly the reality of the spirit of contemporary American architecture - Brian A. Spencer, Architect.” ).
  • Stein, Bruce A.. The Unseen Garden: Research at the Missouri Botanical Garden.  St. Louis, Missouri: Missouri Botanical Gardens, 1987.
  • Stone, Edward Durell. Edward Durell Stone: Recent & Future Architecture. NewYork: Horizon Press, Undated. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones).
  • Strand, Janann. A Green & Green Guide. Pasadena: The Castle Press, 1974. Cloth with wrapper.  (Note: autographed by and inscribed by author: “To Mr. and Mrs. Euine Fay Jones with best wishes from the author. Janann Strand.”; autographed by Fay Jones, 1974, front and back).
  • Susanka, Sarah. The Not So Big House:  Insights and Ideas for the New American Home. Newtown, CT.: Taunton Press, 2000. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Swann, Mike. Euine Fay Jones: An Interpretation of Organic Architecture. Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University, 1995.  Thesis, Paper.
  • Thomas Hart Benton: A Personal Commemorative. Kansas City, Missouri: Burd and Fletcher and the Joplin Council for the Arts, 1973.
  • Thompson, Tommy L. Auburn: A University Portrait. Louisville: Harmony House Publishers, 1988. First edition, Cloth with wrapper, (Note: inscribed: “April 13, 1992 - Fay - On the occasion of your presentation to the School of Architecture. Thanks for your generous and continuous contribution to architecture. Ray Parker”).
  • Tresidder, Jane and Cliff Stafford. Living Under Glass: Sunrooms, Greenhouses, and Conservatories. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc. Publishers, 1986. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Van Der Meer, Ron and Deyan Sudjic. The Architecture Pack: A Unique Three-Dimensional Tour of Architecture over the Centuries: What architects do, how they do it, and the great buildings they have given us around the world. New York: Random House, Inc., 1997. (Note: includes cassette tape and paper model to build)
  • Van Sweden, James and Wolfgang Oehme. Gardening with Nature. New York: Random House, 1997. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Vandenbroeck, Goldian.  Gothic High:  Meditation on the Construction of Gothic Cathedrals.  Hudson, NY:  Lindisfarne Press, 1992. Paper, (Note: inscribed to Fay Jones by Vandenbroeck).
  • Weschler, Lawrence. Seeing is Forgetting the Name of the Thing One Sees. A Life of Contemporary artist Robert Irwin. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1982. Paper.
  • Wintraub, Alan. Lloyd Wright: The architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, Jr. Harry N. Abrams, 1998.
  • Wildenhain, Marquerite. The Invisible Core: A Potter’s Life and Thoughts. Palo Alto, CA Pacific Books, 1973. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Willis, Delta.  The Sand Dollar and the Slide Rule: Drawing Blueprints from Nature.  Reading Mass: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1995. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: Fay Jones is mentioned on page 129).
  • Wilson, Richard Guy. The AIA Gold Medal.  New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1984. Cloth with wrapper, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones, “31 I 90”).
  • Wolfe, Tom. From Bauhaus to Our House. New York:  Farrar, Strauss, Giroux, 1981. Paper.
  • Womack, John Calvin.  Between Program and Proposal:  Concept Searching in Architectural Design. Stillwell, OK:  School of Architecture Oklahoma State University, 1994. Paper.
  • The Work of Frank Lloyd Wright: The Great Wendingen Edition. New York: Horizon Press, 1965. Cloth in box, (Note: autographed by Fay Jones on front and back inside covers).
  • Wright, Frank Lloyd. Studies and Executed Buildings. Palos Park, Illinois: Prairie School Press, 1975.Cloth with wrapper. (Note: autographed by Fay Jones, 1976).
  • Wythe, Joseph Henry. Drawings for an Alternative Architecture: From the Folios of Joseph Henry Wythe.  Sandpoint, Idaho: Joseph Henry Wythe, 1994. (Note: This is a manuscript copy of the author’s book.  A letter enclosed in book explains that he was unable to “find a publisher who would be interested in taking on the project.”; autographed and inscribed by the author “To Fay Jones, with kindest regards and admiration for your fine work.  Joseph H. Wythe.”).
  • Yamamoto, Kenzo. Invitation to Kyoto Gardens. Kyoto, Japan: Mitsumura Suiko Shoin Company, Lt., 1989. First edition. Cloth with wrapper.
  • Yegul, Fikret K.. Gentlemen of Instinct and Breeding:  Architecture at the American Academy in Rome, 1894-1940.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1991.
  • Warren & Mahoney Architects, 1958-1989.  Hong Kong: Everbest Printing Co., Ltd., 1989. 
  • T. Mohri, Architects and Associates. Paper. (Note: introduction is by architect Bruce Goff, and the  booklet is in Japanese; inscription: from T. Mohri “To Prof. Jones, In memory of our reunion, with deep friendship and appreciation.  Aug. 17, 1974, Takenobu Mohri, Architect”).
  • Centerbrook:  Architects and Planners, Essex, Connecticut. (Note: Booklet about firm)
  • “Architecture by Bruce Goff.”  Portfolio published on the occasion of an exhibition of the art and architecture of Bruce Goff, held at Yellowstone Art Center in Billings, Montana, May 5 - June 11, 1978.  Printed, 1978.  Loose 11" x 17" sheets in box, (Note: limited edition, number 624 of 1,500 copies; autographed by Fay Jones 1 XI 91).
  • ACathedral Cities of England.@  Cleveland: M.A. Vinson, Publisher: ca. 1920. (Note: contains 60 reproductions from original water colors).
  • “Frank Lloyd Wright - Unbuilt Designs.”  1990 Engagement Book.  Petaluma, California: Pomegranate Calendars and Books, 1989.  Cloth, (Note: inscription: “For Fay, Gus, & Cami Jones who lifted my heart at AIA HQ 2/21/90.  Dr. Patrick D. Hazard, Welcomat, 1816 Ludlow, Philadelphia, PA”).
  • Piene, Otto.  Galerie Löhrl Mönchengladbach.  (Note: autographed and inscribed by the author: “To Fay Jones with admiration! Piene XI.30-92.”).
  • Green and Greene:  The Architecture and Related Designs of Charles Sumner Green and Henry Mather Greene (1894-1934).  Exhibit Catalogue, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, January 27 - March 6, 1977.
  • A Residence for William H. Gates III in Seattle, Washington: Request for Professional Design Services. Paper, 1989, (Note: This is a portfolio of site photographs on which Bill Gates of the Microsoft Corporation wished to build a residential estate).

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