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1 London - Edgar J. Kaufmann Sr. Office (At the Victoria and Albert Museum) 93513
2 New York City 65788
3 Chicago 37279
4 San Francisco 22382
5 Ontario, Desbarats (Sapper Island) - E.H. Pitkin Cottage 17083
6 Tokyo - Aisaku Hayashi House 16783
7 Detroit 13507
8 Dallas 11378
9 Pittsburgh 11185
10 St. Louis 10800
11 Alberta, Banff - Banff National Park Pavilion (Demolished 1939) 9481
12 Hollywood 9337
13 Minneapolis 8058
14 Phoenix 7972
15 Cincinnati 7669
16 Milwaukee 6676
17 Buffalo 6567
18 Kansas City 6481
19 Jamestown 5960
20 Rochester 4870
21 Beverly Hills 3821
22 Ann Arbor 3814
23 Madison 3664
24 Palo Alto 3467
25 Tulsa 3166
26 Pasadena 3040
27 Dayton 2991
28 Grand Rapids 2939
29 Tallahassee 2876
30 Fallingwater (Edgar J. Kaufmann Sr. Residence) 2664
31 Wichita 2661
32 Chattanooga 2635
33 Bakersfield 2538
34 Arizona State University, Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium (Posthumous, 1964, based on the Plan for Greater Baghdad) 2475
35 Wilmington 2456
36 Malibu 2416
37 Jackson 2331
38 Gary 2236
39 Amarillo 2170
40 Tacoma 2135
41 Alexandria 2097
42 Virginia Beach 2010
43 Stamford 1996
44 Fort Wayne 1836
45 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 1729
46 Springfield 1700
47 Allentown 1692
48 Greenville 1659
49 Bethesda 1625
50 South Bend 1625
51 Manchester 1577
52 Scottsdale 1551
53 Peoria 1522
54 Kalamazoo 1517
55 Modesto 1514
56 San Luis Obispo 1391
57 Rockford 1330
58 Carmel 1328
59 Evanston 1266
60 Brentwood Heights 1209
61 Tempe 1195
62 West Hollywood 1186
63 Lakeland 1122
64 Aichi-Ken, Meiji Mura - Lobby and pool from the Imperial Hotel 1117
65 Redding 1104
66 Aurora 1058
67 Frederick C. Robie House 1040
68 McLean 995
69 Rochester 906
70 Canton 886
71 Amherst 863
72 Oak Park 849
73 Decatur 810
74 Taliesin 773
75 Hollywood Hills 768
76 New Canaan 752
77 Atherton 739
78 West Lafayette 692
79 San Rafael 689
80 Frankfort 682
81 Marquette 682
82 Los Feliz 632
83 Chandler 628
84 Cherry Hill 610
85 Racine 608
86 Lake Forest 576
87 Wausau 557
88 Montecito 555
89 Oshkosh 527
90 Springfield 527
91 Highland Park 508
92 Cody 498
93 Rye 483
94 Downers Grove 470
95 Hinsdale 425
96 Wilmette 419
97 Bloomfield Hills 418
98 Issaquah 415
99 Marion 414
100 Paradise Valley 400
101 Johnson Wax Headquarters 396
102 Florence 389
103 Benton Harbor 374
104 Darwin D. Martin House Complex 370
105 Kankakee 356
106 Taliesin West 346
107 Florida Southern College, Child of the Sun 344
108 Park Ridge 338
109 Whitefish 328
110 Lake Geneva 325
111 Chalkhill 320
112 Price Tower 315
113 Bartlesville 304
114 Glenview 295
115 Charles Ennis House 295
116 Larkin Administration Building (Demolished 1950) 290
117 Orinda 290
118 Elmhurst 286
119 Hillsborough 281
120 Stillwater 279
121 St. Joseph 268
122 Geneva 258
123 Mason City 254
124 Belvidere 250
125 Libertyville 249
126 Hollyhock House (Aline M. Barnsdall House) 244
127 Oberlin 243
128 Ardmore 239
129 Austin 234
130 Unity Temple 227
131 Marshalltown 216
132 Pikesville 215
133 Lisle 215
134 La Grange 213
135 Kenilworth 209
136 Kirkwood 206
137 Batavia 200
138 Cloquet 191
139 Rookery Building (Lobby remodeling) 189
140 San Anselmo 188
141 Plymouth 187
142 Bradbury 187
143 Elkins Park 185
144 Glencoe 183
145 Riverside 181
146 Hastings 181
147 St. Louis Park 180
148 Ferndale 178
149 Baraboo 177
150 Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio 174
151 Charlevoix 174
152 Bernardsville 173
153 Marin County Civic Center 171
154 Little Armenia, Los Angeles 170
155 River Forest 168
156 Glen Ridge 167
157 Los Banos 163
158 Stanley Rosenbaum House 159
159 Pleasantville 155
160 Ocean Springs 152
161 Wayzata 149
162 Lake Bluff 147
163 Middleton 141
164 Bountiful 139
165 Richland Center 134
166 Oskaloosa 134
167 Spring Green 133
168 Arizona Biltmore Hotel (Consulting architect only) 131
169 Villa Park 127
170 Barrington Hills 124
171 Indian Hill 123
172 Pass Christian 122
173 Two Rivers 115
174 Dr. John Storer House 110
175 Delavan 108
176 Yemassee 106
177 Dana-Thomas House 106
178 Pecos 105
179 Columbus 105
180 The Avery Coonley School Playhouse 105
181 Marion 104
182 Beaver Dam 104
183 Herbert Jacobs House I 103
184 Silverton 100
185 Okemos 99
186 McCook 96
187 Graycliff Estate (Isabelle R. Martin House) 93
188 Alice Millard House (La Miniatura) 93
189 Kentuck Knob (I.N. Hagan House) 90
190 Unitarian Society Meeting House 89
191 Dwight 89
192 Edwin H. Cheney House 89
193 Charles City 88
194 C. E. Gordon House (Relocated from Wilsonville, OR 2001) 85
195 Bunker Hill Village 81
196 Ward W. Willitts House 77
197 Bear Run 75
198 Damietta Governorate, Damietta - Beach Cottages at Dumyat (Uncertainty if ever built) 74
199 Beth Sholom Synagogue 74
200 Flossmoor 73
201 St. Joseph 72
202 V.C. Morris Gift Shop 71
203 Wingspread (Herbert F. Johnson House) 69
204 Walter H. Gale House 69
205 Jefferson 68
206 Lancaster 68
207 Blauvelt 68
208 Avery Coonley House 67
209 Stevensville 66
210 Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center (Posthumous, 1997) 65
211 Johnston 65
212 Samuel Freeman House 61
213 Usonia Homes 58
214 Louis Sullivan Bungalow (Destroyed by Hurricane Katrina 2005) 57
215 Wellington 57
216 Malcolm E. Willey House 57
217 Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church 56
218 Bannockburn 55
219 Isidore H. Heller House 55

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