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The Chester Nagel Collection contains material spanning almost five decades. Primarily related to his relationship with Walter Gropius, the collection consists of personal as well as professional items such as letters, postcards, photographs, bow ties along with magazine excerpts, drawings and monographs.
The CIAM Collections includes correspondence files and manuscript material related to the planning and proceedings of the organization’s conferences (1928-1956) as well as organizational files and photographs.
The 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).
The Jackson House Collection is comprised of drawings, plans, a model, correspondence and ephemera related to the design, construction and alterations to the Jackson House, designed by architect Eliot Noyes, with architect G. Holmes Perkins as supervising architect, and built in Dover, MA. Original construction, 1941; additions, 1948; and alterations,1990.
The Myers Collection includes representative residential designs, as well as other work. Included are architectural drawings, related correspondence and job files, and photographs. The bulk of the materials dates from 1950 through 1990.
The monograph, _Stanley L. Myers, Architect_ (2003) includes a comprehensive chronology and a broader array of his work.
Stanley Myers was the co-author of _Creative Home Remodeling_, (Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, 1981).