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Scope and Contents: The Kenzō Tange Archive is comprised of architectural drawings, architectural models, clippings, manuscript notebooks, and print publications from the professional practice of architect, urban planner, and educator Kenzō Tange (1913-2005). More specifically, the archival materials included consist primarily of architectural drawings for 140 projects and printed materials collected by Tange. The architectural and urban projects, both built and unbuilt, were developed during Kenzō Tange's...
Overview: The collection includes photographs, correspondence, clippings, trade catalogs, and business records mainly by and about the Boston 1940s furniture showroom Pillsbury and Vaughan.
Overview: The bulk of this collection is comprised of World War II files related to Norman T. Newton's work in the Sub Commission of Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives (correspondence, final reports, and maps). It also includes pre- and post- WWII publications on conditions of works of art and historic monuments.
Overview: The collection contains research files and correspondence exchanged between Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994), William Howard Adams, and the Museum of Modern Art during 1990-1991.
Content Description: The Evans Collection includes a substantial archive of material - drawings, notes, graphic material, photographs, and annotated texts - assembled in the course of his research for the book posthumously published as "The Projective Cast". It also contains his design work, both student and professional, as well as a collection of books with reading notes.
Overview: The Myers Collection includes representative residential designs, as well as other work. Included are architectural drawings, related correspondence and job files, and photographs.