ARCHITECTURAL FORUM September 1937. Butler Residence in Des Moines, IA by Kraetsch & Kraetsch, Architects.

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THE ARCHITECTURAL FORUM
September 1937

George Nelson [Associate Editor]

George Nelson [Associate Editor]: THE ARCHITECTURAL FORUM. Philadelphia: Time, Inc. [Volume 67, number 3,  September 1937]. Folio. Wire spiral binding. Thick printed wrappers. 228 pp. Text and advertisements. The spiral binding is in very good condition and does not bind any pages when opened. Grren wrappers lightly soiled and edgeworn. Interior bright, white and tight, thus a nearly fine copy.

8.75 x 11.75 spiral-bound magazine with 228 pages of editorial content showcasing the Architectural and Industrial Design of the American Streamline Moderne Machine Age aesthetic. There are also an excellent assortment of vintage trade advertisements that espouse the depression moderne streamline aesthetic quite nicely. You have been warned.

  • PARIS EXPOSITION: Henry-Russell Hitchcock, with work by Ettore Rossi, Erberto Carboni, Giuseppe Pagano, Alvar Aalto,  etc. 21 pages and 50 black and white photographs, plans and diagrams.
  • CRANE SHOWROOM: Landefeld & Hatch
  • BUTLER RESIDENCE: Des Moines, IA by Kraetsch & Kraetsch, 8 pages and 22 black and white photographs, plans and diagrams.
  • PLANNING TECHNIQUE NO. 6, BOOK STORES: Holabird & Root, Frank Howell Holden, Mark Lemmon, Lloyd Wright, Kenneth Ripnen, G. Holmes Perkins, Charles Fuller Shreve, Lamb & Harmon. It staggers the imagination to see what we have truly lost in our society.
  • HOUSES: Frederick L. R. Confer, Hays, Simpson & Hunsicker, Miller & Jaeger, Mcsweeney & Mckean, Julius Gregory, Jerome Robert Cerny, Gilmore & Ekman, J. Linerd Conarroe, Carina Eaglesfield Mortimer, Lucht & Anderson.
  • REMODELING: Hotel La Sale In Chicago By Marie Stosskopf, William Wilson Wurster, Hooten & Timpson, R.A. Gallimore, Day & Zimmermann
  • PRODUCT AND PRACTICE: molded chair by Alvar Aalto
  • BUILDING MONEY:
  • MONTH IN BUILDING
  • FORUM OF EVENTS:
  • BOOKS:
  • LETTERS
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