COLLECTIONS: 11 - 20 of 36
Overview: The photographs which comprise this collection were assembled by Henry Hobson Richardson and include 53 volumes of photographs of sites, structures and works of art in Europe, the United States and Asia. The photographs were arranged thematically by Richardson under a variety of rubrics and include building types, components, materials and geographical location. Although the bulk of the photographs were acquired in the 1870s and 1880s, some are of earlier vintages. Photographers represented...
Overview: Students' final reports for seminars directed by Eduard F. Sekler, ca. 1961-1993. The Sekler Collection of Student Reports II is a collection of student work, developed in the course of their studies analyzing historic building structures, historic districts, and undertaking spatial and historical analysis of these structures and neighborhoods. It contains 241 reports.
Overview: Drawings, plans, manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, slides and ephemera related to the landscape design practice founded by Arthur A. Shurcliff and its successor firms.
Overview: Project files, architectural drawings, sketches, photographs aperture cards, clippings, correspondence, published and unpublished texts drawn from the professional files of architects Alison and Peter Smithson.
Overview: The collection includes sketchbooks, photographs, and slides of many of his projects; and publications and clippings by and about Franzen and his work; as well as material related to his furniture and industrial design.
Overview: Correspondence, reports, photographs and ephemera related to the International Congress of Modern Architecture, drawn from the files of Josep Lluís Sert, who was both a founding member of the organization and its president (1947-1956).
Overview: The collection includes architectural drawings, photographs, clippings, lectures, and publications related to Barnes’ architectural practice that spans five decades of work during the 20th century.
Scope and Contents: The Ernest Weissmann Archive is comprised of 43 linear feet of personal and professional papers. Most material documents his many years of extensive and significant international work in housing, urban, and regional development as an officer of the United Nations based in New York. It includes drafts and final versions of lectures, writings and reports, as well as extensive visual documentation (mainly slides) carried out during UN missions. It also contains some material related to his...