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ITEM — Box: 1 Identifier: MS Ger 208, (34)

Contemporary architecture and training the architect. TS. and TS.(carbon copy) with A.MS. revisions; [Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2 Feb 1940]. Three versions: 26s.(26p.) (three copies), 22s.(22p.) (two copies), 22s.(22p.), 1940]. Three versions: 26s.(26p.) (three copies), 22s.(22p.) (two copies), 22s.(22p.) Digital


  • 1940]. Three versions: 26s.(26p.) (three copies), 22s.(22p.) (two copies), 22s.(22p.)

Language of Materials

Collection materials are in English, German, and Spanish.

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15 linear feet (40 boxes)

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General note

Delivered at Conference on Coordination in Design, University of Michigan, 2 Feb 1940.

Published as "Training the Architect for Contemporary Architecture" in National Education Association, Department of Art Education Bulletin, vol. 7, 1941.

See also nos.(35), (41), (42).

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