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Selected Resources for Fay Jones

Abercrombie, Stanley.  “A Building of Great Integrity.” AIA Journal 70, no. 6 (Mid-May 1981): [140]-[147].

“Accent on architecture 1990” [video recording].  Includes highlights of awards ceremony of the American Institute of Architects honoring Gold Medal winner Fay Jones, including speech by Fay Jones recorded February 22, 1990.  Video segments produced and directed by Maguire/Reeder, Ltd.

“The Architecture of Euine Fay Jones.”  Friends of Kebyar 7.2, no. 42 (Apr.-May-June 1989): 2-24.

Barna, Joel Warren.  “Piecing Together a House of Worship.”  Texas Architect 41, no. 6 (1991): 40-43.

Bartolucci, Marisa.  “The Seeds of a Green Architecture.”  Metropolis 11, no. 8 (Apr. 1992): [40]-47, 58-59.

Book review: Outside the Pale: the Architecture of Fay Jones.  Pulaski County Historical Review 47, no. 2 (Summer 1999): 44.

Branch, Mark Alden.  “Fay Jones Wins AIA Gold Medal.”  Progressive Architecture 71, no. 1 (Jan. 1990): 27, 28. 

Browning, Dominique.  House of Worship: Sacred Spaces in America.  New York, NY: Assouline, c2006.  [See pp. 190-197 on Marjorie Powell Allen Chapel.)

Brzuszek, Robert F.  “Are They Getting It?: Visitors Respond to the Crosby Arboretum’s Ecological Aesthetic.”  Landscape Architecture 97, no. 5 (May 2007): 78, 80, 82-85.

———.  The Crosby Arboretum: A Sustainable Regional Landscape.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2014. 

“Building Types Study 516: Record Houses of 1978.”  Architectural Record 163, no. 6 (Mid-May 1978): 49-[110].

Bussel, Abby.  “E. Fay Jones, 1921-2004.”  Architecture 93, no. 10 (Oct. 2004): 15.

Canty, Donald J.  “Art and Craft: Davenport House, Evergreen, Colorado.”  Architectural Record 178, no. 5 (Mid-Apr. 1990): 70-[77].

CBS Sunday Morning.  “E. Fay Jones” [S.l.: CBS, 1995?]. 

“Celebrate Fay Jones School of Architecture: Commemorative Postcard Set.”  Fayetteville, Ark.: University Libraries.

Cordes, Karen.  “Encore Delivered with Strength and Delicacy: Cooper Chapel, Arkansas: Fay Jones & Maurice Jennings.”  Architecture: The AIA Journal 77, no. 10 (Oct. 1988): 52-[57].

Criswell, Brandyn.  Solutions: The Architecture of E. Fay Jones.  [S.l. : s.n., 1991?].

Crosbie, Michael J.  “Domino’s Effect.”  Architecture: The AIA Journal 79, no. 12 (Dec. 1990): [48-55], 127. 

“Custom House, Fayetteville, Ark.”  House & Home 19 (June 1961): 108-111, 114-115. 

Dillon, David.  “The Crosby Arboretum.”  Southern Accents 5, no. 4 (May 1992): [46], 48, 50, [52].

———.  “House of the Spirit: Marty V. Leonard Community Chapel, Fort Worth, Texas: Fay Jones & Maurice Jennings Architects.”  Architecture: The AIA Journal 80, no. 3 (Mar. 1991): 94-97.

Douglas, Lake.  “The Poetics of Revealed Construction.”  Progressive Architecture 68, no. 5 (May 1987): [104-109].

Doumato, Lamia.  E. Fay Jones: A Bibliography.  Monticello, Ill.: Vance Bibliographies, [1990].

Dupré, Judith.  Churches.  New York NY: HarperCollins Publishers, 2001.  (See pp. 138-39 on Fay Jones.)  

“E. Fay Jones: Roy Reed House, Hogeye, Arkansas.”  Architecture & Urbanism 7 (178) (July 1985): [43]-48.

“E. Fay Jones, AIA Gold Medallist.”  Architectural Record 178, no. 2 (Feb. 1990): 15.

“Edgar A. Albin Papers.” University of Arkansas Special Collections.  MC 623.  (Includes items regarding Fay Jones.)  

“Edmondson House, Forrest City, Arizona [i.e., Arkansas], 1981-87.”  Architecture & Urbanism no. 9, Extra edition.  (Sept. 1989): [236]-243, 277.

“Eight Architects, Eight Projects.”  Journal of the Taliesin Fellows no. 15 (Fall 1994): 9-25.

Elliott, Cassie.  “History of the Joe Applegate House.”  Benton County Pioneer 56, no. 2 (Second Quarter 2011): 5.

“Eminent Works Abroad.”  Space Design 281 (Feb. 1988): 107-112.

England, Derek.  “E. Fay Jones (Part I).”  Famous Arkansans.  Kids Write for Arkansans, written by Root Elementary School [Fayetteville, AR], 4th grade, 1992.  (See p. 12 on Fay Jones.) 

Farr, Sheila.  Fay Jones.  Seattle: Grover/Thurston Gallery and Laura Russo Gallery in association with University of Washington Press, c2000.

Fay Jones [Fayetteville, Ark.]: University of Arkansas School of Architecture, [2005].  “Fay Jones selected site guide developed by the University of Arkansas School of Architecture.  Editor: Kendall Curlee.  Designer: DOXA Total Design Strategy.”  Pamphlet.

“Fay Jones Collection.”  University of Arkansas Special Collections. MC 1373 and finding aid. 

Fenley, Gareth.  “Light and Shadow Only Decoration Park Shelter Needs [Pinecote Pavilion].”  Architectural Lighting 2, no. 3 (March 1988): [24]-31.

Fickle, Ethan.  “E. Fay Jones (Part II).”  Famous Arkansans.  Kids Write for Arkansans, written by Root Elementary School [Fayetteville, AR], 4th grade, 1992.  (See p. 13 on Fay Jones.)

“The Fourteenth Annual P/A Design Awards Program.”  Progressive Architecture 48, no. 1 (Jan. 1967): 110-168.

Freyder, Doris.  “Jewel on an Ozark Mountaintop: Thorncrown Chapel.”  Ozarks Mountaineer 29, nos. 10 & 11 (Nov/Dec 1981): 32-33.

“From a Treehouse to National Awards for Residential Design.”  Northwest Arkansas Times (Apr. 7, 1961): 5.

Gandee, Charles K.  “Thorncrown Chapel, Eureka Springs, Arkansas; Architects: Fay Jones and Associates.”  Architectural Record 169, no. 4 (Mar. 1981): [88]-[93].

Goff, Lee.  Stone Houses: Colonial to Contemporary.  New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2002.  (See E. Fay Jones Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1964 Pine Knoll, pp. 186-193, in Chapter 4: Twentieth Century.)

Goodwin, George M., Ph.D., Collector.  “George M. Goodwin Oral History Collection.”  University of Arkansas Special Collections.  MC 1271.  (Sound cassette of interview conducted with E. Fay Jones at Providence, RI, on October 17, 1993; typed transcript synopsis available.)

Gordon, Douglas E.  “Organizing for Design Quality.”  Architecture: The AIA Journal 78, no. 2 (Feb. 1989): 87-93. 

“Great Design Around the World: United States.”  Architectural Digest 63, no. 5 (May 2006): 66-92.  

“Grotto and Geometry.”  Progressive Architecture 46 (May 1965): [142]-147.

Hewitt, Susan L.  “Raheen: A Contemporary Castle in Arkansas.”  Southern Accents 5, no. 3 (Summer 1982): [86]-93.

“Honors Just Keep Pouring in for Creator of ‘Ozark Style.’”  Arkansas Gazette (June 27, 1978): 1B.

“A House that Turns Existing into Living.”  House Beautiful 105 (Oct. 1963): 176-[181].

“Il sole fra le piante (e le sezioni): Thorncrown Chapel presso Eureka Springs, Arkansas.”  Architettura: Cronache e Storia 35, no. 12 (410) (Dec. 1989): 892-893.

“Innestata nel burrone = Set into a Ravine.”  Architettura: Cronache e Storia 37, no. 9 (431) (Sept. 1991):  742-743.

Israel, Frank.  “Architecture: E. Fay Jones.”  Architectural Digest 35, no. 8 (Oct. 1978): 16, [76]-83.

“It’s Not How Much You Spend but How You Spend It.”  House Beautiful 104 (June 1962): 81-[87].

Ivy, Robert Adams.  “‘At Peace with its Surroundings:’ Pinecote Pavilion: E. Fay Jones.”  Architecture: The AIA Journal 77, no. 5 (May 1988): 144-[147].

———.  Fay Jones: The Architecture of E. Fay Jones, FAIA.  Washington DC: American Institute of Architects, c1992.

———.  “Solid Gold: AIA’s Gold Medalist is Honored for His Distinctive American Design.”  Architecture: The AIA Journal 79, no. 3 (Mar. 1990): 82-[89].

———.  “Special Feature: Fay Jones.”  Architecture & Urbanism no. 2 (245) (Feb. 1991):  [57]-120.

———.  “An Unassuming Master: Arkansas Architect Fay Jones Rises to National Acclaim.”  Southern Accents 13, no. 5 (June 1990): 40, 42-44.

“Jones + Jennings: Watson Residence.”  Testimonianza organica = organic testimony.  Architettura: Cronache e Storia 36, no. 9 (419) (Sept. 1990): 642-643.

“Jones Steps Down from Architecture Deanship.”  Spectrum [University of Arkansas, Fayetteville].  (Jan. 26, 1976): 1.

“Jones’ Third Entry Lost in Shuffle.”  Intercom 1 (May 1961): 3.

Kahn, Eve M.  “My Green Heaven: Honoring a Church That was Ahead of Its Time.”  ID: Magazine of International Design 53, no. 2 (Mar.-Apr. 2006): 18.

Kennedy, Roger G.  American Churches.  New York: Crossroad Pub., 1982.  (See pp. 124, 130-131 on  Thorncrown Chapel, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 1980.)

Koerble, Barbara.  “Texas Jones.”  Architectural Review 190, no. 1142 (Apr 1992): 38-45.

Koerble, Barbara L.  “Fort Worth Fugue.”  Inland Architect 35, no. 3 (May-June 1991): 13-14.  [Marty V. Leonard Community Chapel]

———.  “Jones’s Urban Chapel.”  Texas Architect 40, no. 2 (Mar.-Apr. 1990): 57.

Kohler, Swann.  “Thorncrown Chapel.”  In Our Arkansas: Selected Places, 14-15.  Cordova, TN:  Grandmother Earth, c2009.

“Las pérdidas = Disappearances [2004].”  AV monografias = AV monographs no. 111-112 (Jan.-Apr. 2005): 272-275.

Longstreth, Richard W.  “Fay Jones’ Stoneflower, Eden Isle, Arkansas.”  Oz/College of Architecture & Design Kansas State University 5 (1983): 30-35.

“A Lyrical Environment Nestled on a Hillside in Forrest City, Arkansas.”  Southern Accents 8, no. 2 (Mar.-Apr. 1985): [108-115].

Manners, David X.  “A New Room Can Open Doors in Your Life.”  House Beautiful 104 (Apr. 1962): 111-[117].

Marlin, William.  “Truing Up [Euine Fay Jones].”  Inland Architect 33, no. 6 (Nov.-Dec. 1989): p. [27]-39.

Miller, Rachel M.  Arkansas 20th Century Architecture: An Introduction to the Architecture of Edward Durrell [i.e., Durell] Stone and E. Fay Jones.  Little Rock: Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, [2007].

Mulfinger, Dale.  Back to the Cabin: More Inspiration for the Classic American Getaway.  Newtown, CT: The Taunton Press, [2013].  (See pp. 174-181 on “Opposites Attract,” Fay Jones.)

Murdock, James.  “American Institute of Architects 2006 Honor Awards.”  Architectural Record 194, no. 6 (June 2006): 151-206.

Murphy, Jim.  “Arkansas Aerie: Edmondson House, Forrest City, Arkansas.”  Progressive Architecture, 68, no. 13 (Dec. 1987): 88-93.

Nesmith, Lynn.  “E. Fay Jones Presented Institute’s Highest Honor.”  Architecture: The AIA Journal 79, no.1 (Jan. 1990): 25.

Nichols, Cheryl, and Helen Barry.  The Arkansas Designs of E. Fay Jones 1956-1997.  Little Rock, AR:  Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, [1999].  (See pp. 33-35 for bibliography.) http://www.arkansaspreservation.com/pdf/publications/Faye_Jones.pdf

“1970s: Interior Design Moves to the Fore as Postmodernism Transforms Architecture.”  Architectural Digest 56, no. 4 (Apr. 1999): [380]-[401], 468, 470.

Novitski, Barbara-Jo.  “Little House in the Big Woods.”  Architectural Lighting 3, no. 6 (June 1989): 38.

Office of University Relations in the Division of University Advancement [University of Arkansas].   “Arts and letters.”  Research Frontiers (Spring 2005): 33. 

“Organic Fabrication.”  Progressive Architecture 43 (May 1962): 38-143.

Outside the Pale: The Architecture of Fay Jones.  Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1999.

“Pinecote Pavilion im Crosby Naturpark Picayune, Mississippi, USA = Pinecote Pavilion at the Crosby Arboretum.”  Detail 29, no. 1 (Jan.-Feb. 1989): 10-15.

“Portfolio: Sacred Spaces.”  Texas architect 63, no. 3 (May-June 2013): 67-69.

“Rabie Guthrie Rhodes Papers.”  University of Arkansas Special Collections.  MC 931.  (Includes items regarding Fay Jones.)

Reed, Roy.  “Fay Jones Dies.”  Architectural Record 192, no. 10 (Oct. 2004): 31.

Richardson, Phyllis.  New Spiritual Architecture.  New York: Abbeville Press, 2004.  (See pp. 12-13 for Fay Jones’s Thorncrown Chapel.)

“Romantic House on a Country Hilltop [Arkansas].”  House Beautiful 107 (Apr. 1965): [184]-[191].

Schaecher, Steve.  Mobile Homes by Famous Architects.  San Francisco: Pomegranate, c2002.  (See pp. 50-51 on “E. Fay Jones Thorncrown Quad-Axle Chapel.”)

“Sheltering Roof over a Soaring Space: House in Hogeye, Arkansas.”  Architecture: The AIA Journal 73, no. 5 (May 1984): 294-301.

Silva, Rachel.  “Arkansas Listings in the National Register of Historic Places: ‘Everything that Architecture Can and Should Be’: National Register-Listed Properties of Fay Jones.”  Arkansas Historical Quarterly 68, no. 1 (Spring 2009): 79-89.

Skude, Flemming.  “Sadeltagets Skønhedsapostel: om den amerikanske arkitekt E. Fay Jones.”  Arkitektur DK 31, no. 7 (1987): A150, A152, A154.

———.  “Transparens som tema—om Fay Jones’ Cooper Chapel.”  Arkitektur DK 33, no. 2 (1989): A36, A38.  [Reprint from Architecture, Oct. 1988]

Stevens, Craig William.  E. Fay Jones Guide Book: His Surviving Built Work.  [S.l.]: blurb.com, 2011.

Stockman, Leslie Ensor.  “Four by Four.”  Builder 9, no. 11 (Nov. 1986): 94-109.

“Ten Custom Winners.”  Housing 54, no. 2 (Aug. 1978): 72-[84].

“13 Award Winning Custom Houses.”  House & Home 29 (July 1966): 72-85.

“Thorncrown Chapel.”  Places 4, no. 4 (1987): 16-17.

“Thorncrown Chapel.”  Rural Arkansas 36, no. 5 (Mar 1982): 4-5.

“Thorncrown Chapel, Eureka Springs, Arkansas.”  Kunst und Kirche no. 1 (1991): 12-13.

“U. A. Professor of Architecture Receives Award.”  Northwest Arkansas Times (May 3, 1966): 6.

“University News Briefs: School of Architecture’s Fay Jones Steps Down.”  Arkansas Alumnus 29, no. 14 (Feb. 1976): 2.

“Wayfarer’s Chapel, Eureka Springs, Arkansas; Architect: Fay Jones.”  Architectural Review 170, no. 1012 (July 1981): 40-41.

“The Wealthy.”  Progressive Architecture 48 (May 1967): [116]-[123].

White, Mel.  “The Master Builder.”  Arkansas Times 10, no. 2 (October 1983): 52-65.

Williams, John Gilbert.  The Curious and the Beautiful: A Memoir History of the Architecture Program at the University of Arkansas.  Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1984.  (Includes many references to Fay Jones throughout the book.)

Wines, James.  Green Architecture.  Köln: New York: Taschen, c2000.  [pp. 122-124 and photos pp. 126-127 on Fay Jones.] 

Wright, Lin.  “Arkansas’ Fay Jones: Architect with an Idea.”  Northwest Arkansas Times, Jan. 2, 1960.  Page 10.

———.  “From a Treehouse to National Awards for Residential Design.”  Northwest Arkansas Times, Apr. 7, 1960.  Page 5.

“You Talk a Lot to Fay When You Live in One of His Houses.”  [Fayetteville AR: Fay Jones School of Architecture, 2012].  Brochure.

Compiled by Janet Parsch, Librarian, Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries.  December 2014

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