Correspondence, blueprints, drawings, photographs, and other records relating to the planning, design and construction of
the campus home of Professor and Mrs. Paul R. Hanna.
In 1935, Paul and Jean Hanna commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design their home to be built on the Stanford University campus.
Construction, begun in 1937, continued in four stages over 25 years. The house was the first structure in the world to use
Frank Lloyd Wright's hexagonal grid system, which has subsequently been used widely in American architecture.
46 Linear feet (95 volumes, 193 architectural drawings, 5 photograph albums, 7 microfilm reels)
Permission in writing to reproduce any part of these materials must be obtained from the from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
or from Stanford University.
The materials are open for research use. Audio-visual materials are not available in original format, and must be reformatted
to a digital use copy.