COLLECTIONS: 7081 - 7090 of 7917
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...
Overview: The Ferrari Hardoy Archive includes drawings, plans, competition entries, manuscripts, correspondence and research materials related to Jorge Ferrari Hardoy’s work as a designer, architect and city planner.
Overview: This collection includes student work as well as materials related to Hosken’s work as a designer and journalist, focused on architectural and urban planning topics. See also Franziska Porges Hosken Papers, Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College.
Overview: Research files connected to the publication of "The Kathmandu Valley Towns: A Record of Life and Change in Nepal".
Overview: The collection is comprised of research files and correspondence assembled and maintained by architectural historian George Roseborough Collins (1917-1993) related to linear planning and, more specifically, to the Ciudad Lineal of Madrid by Arturo Soria y Mata (1844-1920), as well as related photographic and printed works.
FOUND IN: Houghton LibraryCollection Identifier: MS Thr 1855
Overview: Four typescript plays by American dramatist, Henry A. Du Souchet.
Overview: This collection includes documents relating to the organization and administration of academic courses and programs at Harvard's Graduate School of Design, mainly between 1936 and 1993.
Overview: This collection includes documents relating to the organization and administration of Harvard's Graduate School of Design, mainly between 1936 and 1993.
Overview: The collection includes theses, course syllabi, drawings and photographs of student work produced between 1900 and 1960 at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, and its preceding School of Architecture and School of Landscape Architecture.