The Darwin D. Martin Photograph Collection consists of 1167 images of Martin and the Martin family and their residences. The photographs date from Martin’s early childhood in the mid-19th century to the 1970s. In addition to providing a photographic record of Martin and his family, the collection provides a unique view of the construction and use of private residences designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Martin—the Martin House Complex in Buffalo, consisting of the Darwin D. Martin House, the Barton House, and other structures, and Graycliff, the Martins’ summer residence in Derby, New York. Included in the collection are photographs of the Martin House Complex by Henry Fuermann of Chicago and photographs by Louise Mueller and other notable regional photographers.
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