COLLECTIONS: 1 - 10 of 38
Overview: Organizational files, including invitations, correspondence, photographs and the texts of tributes to Lewis Mumford, assembled by Charles M. Haar and Jerold S. Kayden. Haar and Kayden were organizers of the events celebrating Mumford as the first recipient of The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Award.
Scope and Contents: 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.
Scope and Contents: The GSD Lectures Collection is comprised of materials from the Lectures and Exhibition Department mainly between 1972 and 2006, all in typescript and/or print-out form. There are three series: Series A, Series B, and Series C. Series A contains 173 files, Series B contains 13 files, and Series C contains 34 files. Series A is comprised mainly of the lecture materials, Series B contains mainly exhibition materials, with accompanying lecture materials when available and Series C contains mainly...
Overview: Photographs (portraits) and clippings of faculty, administrators, and visiting speakers of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1970-1990 (bulk).
Overview: Architectural drawings, presentation drawings, photographs and clippings drawn from the professional files of architect Hugh Stubbins.
Scope and Contents: The Jerzy Soltan Collection includes, in large part, teaching and administrative files related to his academic years at the GSD and his consulting activities, research files on various topics and architects (mainly related to Le Corbusier and Team 10 members), as well as writings by himself and others. The collection also contains a few set of drawings and numerous slides of architectural sites, sketches and drawings, including projects and built works by Soltan in Europe and in the United...
Scope and Contents: The collection includes some 5,000 letters exchanged with his wife, Sophia White Olmsted (1862-1956), during the years 1898-1920. During this period Olmsted traveled for lengthy periods on firm business and this correspondence provides insight into the realities of both practice and domestic concerns. There are also correspondence files with professional colleagues, scattered manuscript materials of professional interest, as well as family papers, ephemera and photographs.