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Dart, Edward, Collection, 1841-2016 (bulk 1940-1993)

Edward D. Dart (1922-1975) Collection,

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Finding Aid Published: 12/1999

Edward D. Dart (1922-1975) Collection, 1841-2016  (bulk 1940-1993)

Accession Number: 1996.2

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COLLECTION SUMMARY:
TITLE:Edward D. Dart (1922-1975) Collection, 1841-2016
EXTENT:9 linear feet (19 boxes), 1 oversize portfolio, 1 rolled tube and flatfile materials.
REPOSITORY: Ryerson and Burnham Archives, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries,
The Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603-6110
(312) 443-7292 phone
rbarchives@artic.edu
http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchives.html
ABSTRACT:This collection includes research material assembled by Susan Dart McCutcheon to document the life and career of her brother, Chicago architect Edward D. Dart. This research material includes genealogical and personal documents, correspondence, awards, project files, and papers relating to the publication of Susan Dart's biography.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:Typescript papers, holograph papers, printed papers, black and white photographic prints, color photographic prints, computer printouts, photocopies, audio cassettes, and architectural drawings.
ORIGINATION: Dart, Edward, 1922-1975
Dart, Susan, 1920-
ACQUISITION INFORMATION:The collection was a gift from Susan Dart McCutcheon to the Ryerson and Burnham Archives in 1996. Additional items were donated to the collection by Diane Williams, Ellen Godfrey and Robert Swartz in 2011.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
Edward D. Dart was born Edouard Dupaquier Dart in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1922. He attended the Isadore Newman School in New Orleans and the Woodberry Forest School in Virginia. After two years at the University of Virginia, he enlisted in the Marines, beginning aviation training in June 1942, and later flying bombers in the Pacific during World War II.

Following his release from the military, Dart married Wilma Plansoen, and studied architecture at Yale University. Upon completion of his B.A. in Architecture in 1949, he moved to Chicago and eventually started his own firm. Dart designed his own home, as well as many other residences and several religious buildings throughout the Chicago area. In 1965, Dart consolidated his practice with that of Loebl Schlossman and Bennett, where he assumed the role of principal-in-charge of design. It was during this time that Dart designed Water Tower Place on Michigan Avenue. In 1975, while the building was still under construction, Dart died of a stroke.

Among Dart's noted designs are the Chicago Theological Seminary faculty housing in Chicago; Saint Procopius Abbey in Lisle, Illinois; Emmanuel Presbyterian Church in Chicago; and the Pick-Staiger Concert Hall at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE:
This collection contains material in the form of notes, records, photocopy, publications, correspondence, and photographs collected by Susan Dart while researching and writing Edward D. Dart, ArchitectSeries I is composed primarily of historical and genealogical records of the extended Dart Family. Aspects of Dart's personal life, including his early years of school, military experience, artwork and his death, are also documented in this series. See also Series VI. Though not comprehensive by any means, Series II, Architectural Papers, contains writings, correspondence, printed matter, and architectural drawings relating to many of Dart's projects, both before and after the establishment of Loebl, Schlossman, Bennett, and Dart. Series II also collects writings and printed matter that document Dart's architectural philosophy and the intellectual processes behind his creations and other related materials.Series III consists of correspondence and printed matter documenting awards, citations, and honorary professional appointments that Dart received throughout his career. Series IV collects general printed materials that related to Dart such as newspaper articles and magazine tearsheets. Series V contains materials produced directly as a result of the writing and publication of Susan Dart's biography of her brother, Edward Dart, Architect. This series includes correspondence related to permissions and publication acknowledgements, as well as book reviews, promotional items and research notebooks.Series VI is comprised of cassettes containing interviews of Henry P. Dart III about his brother Edward D. Dart. Series VII, Photographs; Series VIII, Slides and Tranparencies; and Series IX, Negatives, consist primarily of visual documentation of Dart's architectural work. There are also images of some miscellaneous buildings not by Dart and a lecture series about Dart. Series IX is access restricted.

ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT:
SERIES I: PERSONAL PAPERS. Organized into four subseries: Family and Friends; Education; Artwork and Military Service. Materials within each subseries are arranged alphabetically by personal name or subject.

SERIES II: ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS. Organized into four subseries: Architectural Philosophy (arranged chronologically); Office Files (arranged alphabetically by personal name or subject); Project Files (arranged alphabetically by project name); and Miscellaneous.

SERIES III: AWARDS AND CITATIONS. Organized into three subseries: Award Application; Correspondence; and Printed Papers. Materials within each subseries are arranged chronologically.

SERIES IV: PRINTED MATERIALS. Organized into two subseries: About Edward D. Dart and Miscellaneous. Materials within each subseries are arranged chronologically.

SERIES V: DART, EDWARD D., BIOGRAPHY. Organized into three subseries: Correspondence; Printed Papers; and Research Notebooks.

SERIES VI: AUDIO TAPES. This series is restricted from patron use. Please consult the Archivist for further information.

SERIES VII: PHOTOGRAPHS. Filed alphabetically by project name.

SERIES VIII: SLIDES AND TRANSPARENCIES. Filed alphabetically by project name.

SERIES IX: NEGATIVES. This series is restricted from patron use. Please consult the Archivist for further information.

CONTROLLED ACCESS POINTS:
This collection and other related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs:
Dart, Edward, 1922-1975
Dart, Edward, 1922-1975--Archives
Dart, Susan, 1920-
Loebl Schlossman Bennett and Dart
Architecture--Illinois--Chicago--20th century--Sources
Architects--Illinois--Chicago--Archives
Water Tower Place (Chicago, Ill.)
Saint Procopius Abbey (Lisle, Ill.)

ABBREVIATIONS:
AbbreviationDefinition
AIAAmerican Institute of Architects
ALSautograph letter signed
EDDEdward D. Dart
BOX.FFBox #, Folder #
c.circa
n.d.not dated
re:regarding
RTRolled Tube
TCtyped carbon
TLStyped letter signed

RELATED MATERIALS IN CURATORIAL DEPARTMENTS, THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO:
Additional presentation, design, and working drawings by Edward D. Dart are held in the permanent collection of the Department of Architecture.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Dart, Susan. Edward D. Dart, Architect. Evanston, Ill: Evanston Pub., 1993.

PHYSICAL LOCATION:
The collection is housed in the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries' on-site stacks.

ACCESS RESTRICTIONS:
Portions of this collection are restricted due to the fragile nature of the materials; patrons are requested to consult the Archivist for additional information. The remainder of the collection may be used by qualified readers in the Reading Room of the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries at The Art Institute of Chicago. Collections maintained on-site are available for patron use without prior arrangement or appointment. Collections maintained in off-site storage will be retrieved with advance notification; please consult the Archivist for the current retrieval schedule. For further information, consult http://www.artic.edu/aic/access/access.html

USER RESTRICTIONS:
The Art Institute of Chicago is providing access to the materials in the Libraries' collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of the Art Institute is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Archivist, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. In addition to permission from the Art Institute, permission of the copyright owner (if not the Art Institute) and/or any holder of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) may also be required for reproduction, publication, distribution, and other uses. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of any item and securing any necessary permissions rests with the persons desiring to publish the item. The Art Institute makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the materials or their fitness for a particular purpose.

PREFERRED CITATION:
Edward D. Dart Collection, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago.

PROCESSING INFORMATION:
This collection was processed by Ryerson and Burnham Archives staff in 1999. This finding aid was revised and expanded by Nathaniel Parks in 2003. The finding aid was revised by Kim Krueger and Nathaniel Parks in 2014 and Alexandra Jaeckel in 2018.

ITEM INVENTORY:
LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES I: PERSONAL PAPERS



FAMILY AND FRIENDS:
CARTER, EMMA PARKER.
Box.FF 1.1
Correspondence.
TLS. Mary Carter and family to [Susan Dart?].
[c.1991] 1
Box.FF 1.1
Miscellaneous.
Typescript, holograph papers and printed paper. Biographical notes and memorial program
08/1991, n.d. 4

DART ANCESTORS.
Box.FF 1.2
Miscellaneous.
Genealogical research material including correspondence, family trees and monograph excerpts.
1941-1983, n.d. 7

DART & DART LAW FIRM.
Box.FF 1.3
Correspondence.
TLS. Harry Dart to Susan Dart.
09/28/1988 1
Box.FF 1.3
Publications.
Photocopy. Dart, Benjamin Wall. Code of Practice of the State of Louisiana. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill, excerpt, pp.iii-iv.
c.1932 1

DART AND DUPAQUIER FAMILY.
Box.FF 1.4
Printed papers.
Photocopy. Marriage register.
1915-1943 1
Box.FF 1.4
Printed papers.
Photocopy and photostat. Birth certificates for Henry P. Dart III, Eugenie Louise Dart, Suzanne Micheline Dart and Edward Dupaquier Dart.
1917-1920, n.d. 2
Box.FF 1.4
Printed papers.
Photocopies. Newspaper articles re: birth and death of Dart family members.
1917-1926 2
Box.FF 1.4
Printed papers.
Photocopy. Birth register.
1917-1970 1
Box.FF 1.4
Printed papers.
Photocopy. Death register.
1926-1970 1
Box.FF 1.4
Research notes.
Holograph.
n.d. 4

DART, EDWARD (DART, EDOUARD DUPAQUIER).
Box.FF 1.5
Correspondence.
TC. Edward D. Dart to The Tavern Club re: the sale of Dart's paintings.
05/29/1975 1
Box.FF 1.7
Correspondence.
To Dart Family regarding the death of Edward D. Dart.
07/1975-05/1978 4
Box.FF 1.5
Printed papers.
Newspaper and magazine article excerpts.
1954, n.d. 2
Box.FF 1.5
Printed papers. 1p.
Photocopy excerpt. Who's Who in America.
c.1972-1973 1
Box.FF 1.6
Printed papers.
Obituaries including newspaper articles, newsletters and typescript transcripts
07/1975 17
OP 1.2
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles: obituaries.
07/1975-08/1975 4
Box.FF 1.5
Printed papers. 2pp.
Photocopy. Biographical research material, award list.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.5
Printed papers. 2pp.
Typescript and Photocopy. Biographical sketches.
n.d. 2

DART, HARRY (DART, HENRY P., III).
Box.FF 1.8
Correspondence.
TLS, ALS. Between Harry and Susan Dart.
07/09/1988-08/24/1990 8
Box.FF 1.8
Portrait views.
Color photographs. Henry P. Dart III, taken in the vicinity of the Seventy Six Ranch, Arizona.
06/1989 2
Box.FF 1.8
Printed papers.
Biographical research material, including "High School Memories," and notes regarding audiotapes (see Series VI).
n.d. 3

DART, HENRY P., JR.
Box.FF 1.9
Printed papers.
Biographical research material including autobiographical typescript, notes, newspaper articles and other printed materials.
1903-1975, n.d. 6

DART, HENRY P., SR.
Box.FF 1.11
Correspondence.
ALS. N. [Dart] to Susan Dart re: Henry Dart's will.
06/11/1990 1
Box.FF 1.10
Printed papers.
Photocopy. Journal.
1841 1
Box.FF 1.11
Printed papers.
Photocopy. Last Will and Testament (12/10/1911) and "Code for Living."
12/10/1911, c.1910s 2
Box.FF 1.12
Printed papers. 119 pp.
Photocopy with holograph notes. Autobiography, chapters I-X.
1912 1
Box.FF 1.11
Printed papers.
"Henry P. Dart-In Memoriam."
1934 1
Box.FF 1.13
Research material.
Includes correspondence, notes and printed materials.
1978-1988, n.d. 8

DART, NINETTE.
Box.FF 1.14
Correspondence.
Photocopy and holograph papers. E. Dupaquier to Mr. and Mrs. Limongi and translated transcription.
10/1886 6
Box.FF 1.14
Correspondence.
ALS, Photocopy. Ninette and Susan Dart.
05/06/1988-11/13/1992 4
Box.FF 1.14
Research material.
Includes interview and research notes.
n.d. 9

DART, SUSAN.
Box.FF 1.15
Printed papers.
Curriculum vitae and newspaper clipping.
n.d. 2

DART, SUZANNE DUPAQUIER.
Box.FF 1.16
Research material.
Includes correspondence, notes and printed materials relating to Suzanne Dart and her home at 819 Orleans Street, New Orleans, LA.
1945, 197-, n.d. 12

DART, WILMA PLANSOEN.
Box.FF 1.17
Research material.
Holograph and photocopied papers. Notes including an extensive reminiscence of Edward D. Dart.
1989, n.d. 6

DUPAQUIER ANCESTORS.
Box.FF 1.19
Correspondence.
Photocopy and holograph papers. Dr. E. Dupaquier to Mr. and Mrs. Limongi. Includes English translation and related notes.
1886, 1990, n.d. 7
Box.FF 1.18
Correspondence.
TLS photocopy. Henry P. Dart, Jr. to Mr. and Mrs. John Dupaquier.
09/28/1976 1
Box.FF 1.18
Correspondence.
TLS. Henry P. Dart III to Ninette Dart.
03/05/1990 1
Box.FF 1.18
Printed papers.
Photocopy. Death certificate of Claude Dupaquier.
01/12/1856 1
Box.FF 1.18
Printed papers.
Photocopy. Death notice for Dr. A. Dupaquier.
04/06/1879 1
Box.FF 1.18
Printed papers. 3 pp.
Photocopy. Dupaquier, Edouard. Contribution au Traitement de la Péritonite par la Laparotomie. Paris: Facult… de Médecine de Paris.
1885 1
Box.FF 1.18
Research material.
Genealogical research including notes, correspondence, a death certificate, family trees and printed material.
1856-1885, 1976-1990, n.d. 21
Box.FF 1.18
Research material. 10 pp.
Typescript papers and holograph papers. Genealogical research material and notes.
09/1976, n.d. 4
Box.FF 1.18
Research material. 6 pp.
Typescript papers and holograph papers. Genealogical research material and family trees.
n.d. 1

HARBISON, CLINTON M.
OP 1.1
Printed papers.
Photocopy. Genealogical research material, family tree.
n.d. 1

LIMONGI ANCESTORS.
Box.FF 1.20
Research material.
Genealogical research material including notes, correspondence, a family tree and printed material.
1855, 1925-1992, n.d. 3

NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Box.FF 1.21
Research material.
Holograph papers. Relating to history and customs.
n.d. 2

SAINT-BARBE COLLÈGE, PARIS, FRANCE.
Box.FF 1.22
Correspondence.
TLS. [Addy?] to Susan Dart.
09/15/1990 1


EDUCATION:
METAIRIE PARK COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL, METAIRIE, LA.
Box.FF 2.4
Research material.
Photocopies and printed papers.
1979? 4

NEWMAN, ISIDORE, SCHOOL, NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Box.FF 2.1
Research material.
Photocopies. Includes notes, correspondence, printed matter and a biography of Isidore Newman.
1903-1989, n.d. 9

WOODBERRY FOREST SCHOOL, WOODBERRY FOREST, VA.
Box.FF 2.2
Printed papers.
Edward Dart's varsity track certification award.
1940 1
Box.FF 2.2
Research material.
Photocopies. Includes correspondence, school reports, applications and a newspaper clipping.
1936-1940, 1988 37
Box.FF 2.2
Research material.
Photocopies. Includes correspondence, school reports, applications and a newspaper clipping.
1936-1940, 1988 37
Box.FF 2.3
Research material.
Includes correspondence, school reports, and printed matter relating to the U.S. Naval Academy, University of Virginia and Yale University.
1940-1957 24


MILITARY SERVICE:
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Box.FF 2.5
Research material.
Includes notes, correspondence to and from Susan Dart and a newspaper clippings.
1990-1991, n.d. 11

ISLANDS OF THE PACIFIC (WALLIS ISLAND, FRENCH PROTECTORATE).
Box.FF 2.7
Research material.
Photocopies, typescript papers and holograph papers. Includes notes, correspondence to and from Susan Dart and printed papers.
1950-1991, n.d. 14
Box.FF 2.7
Landscape views.
Color photographs.
n.d. 3

MARINE CORPS RECORDS AND CHRONOLOGY.
Box.FF 2.6
Research material.
Photocopies and holograph papers. Includes notes, correspondence from Susan Dart, enlistment and discharge records, a military career chronology and a printed history of Glenview Naval Air Station, Glenview, IL.
1943-1946, 1989, n.d. 16

WORLD WAR II CASUALTIES.
Box.FF 2.8
Research material.
Photocopies and holograph papers. Includes notes, correspondence to and from Susan Dart and newspaper articles re: Clinton M. Harbison.
1943, 1988-1989, n.d. 22
Box.FF 2.9
Research material.
Photocopies, holograph papers and typescript papers. Includes notes, correspondence to and from Susan Dart and newspaper articles re: William Senhauser.
1944, 1988-1989, n.d. 7
Box.FF 2.10
Research material.
Photocopies and holograph papers. Includes notes, military document request forms and newspaper articles.
1992, n.d. 13


ART:
OP 1.8
"The Architect as Artist: Paintings and sketches by Edward D. Dart" exhibition panel.
n.d. 1






LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES II: ARCHITECTURAL PAPERS



ARCHITECTURAL PHILOSOPHY:
BY OR ABOUT EDWARD D. DART.
Box.FF 3.3
Correspondence.
Edward D. Dart to Ernest Tucker.
09/06/1960, 09/1960 2
Box.FF 3.4
Correspondence.
TLS, TC. Between Edward D. Dart and the Building Stone Institute.
09/09/1963-02/18/1964 5
Box.FF 3.3
Printed papers.
Tucker, Ernest. "New Buildings Too Much Alike."  The Chicago American, n.p.
[09/1960] 1
OP 1.3
Printed papers.
Magazine tearsheet. "Who Is the Boss?"  House and Garden, pp.51-52, 57-58, 125. Includes excerpt from interview with Edward D. Dart.
02/1961 1
Box.FF 3.3
Printed papers.
Brochure excerpt. Dart, Edward D. "Nature of the First Unit."  Your Church, Second Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale, FL., pp.28-29, 49.
01/1963-03/1963 3
Box.FF 3.4
Printed papers. 3pp.
Typescript. Dart, Edward D. "Stone Should Be Used In Its Fullest Sense," draft for Building Stone News, "The Architect Speaks" column.
[c.1963-1964] 1
Box.FF 3.4
Printed papers.
Dart, Edward D. "Stone Should Be Used In Its Fullest Sense."  Building Stone News, n.p.
02/1964 1
Box.FF 3.4
Printed papers. 2pp.
Typescript. Dart, Edward D. "Brick as an Element in Design."
Spring 1964? 1
Box.FF 3.4
Printed papers.
Tearsheet. "University of Illinois, Chicago Campus: Transition, Tradition, or New Approach."  P/A Observer, pp.222-232. Includes excerpt from interview with Edward D. Dart.
10/1965 1
OP 1.3
Printed papers.
Gapp, Paul. "Our Atrocious Suburbs: Anguish of Architects."  Chicago Daily News, n.p. Includes excerpt from interview with Edward D. Dart.
1965 2
Box.FF 3.4
Printed papers. 3pp.
Typescript. Dart, Edward D. [Early in the 21st Century...]. for AIA Journal.
08/17/1966 1
Box.FF 3.4
Printed papers.
Tearsheet. "Chicago '74: Still the Capital of Architecture?"  Inland Architect, p.11.
06/1974 1
Box.FF 3.4
Printed papers.
Tearsheet. Komechak, Michael E. and Nory Miller. "An Architect's Choices: The Life of Edward D. Dart."  Inland Architect, pp.8-13.
09/1975 1
Box.FF 3.5
Research notes. 10pp.
Holograph papers.
n.d. 1

BY OR ABOUT OTHER ARCHITECTS.
Box.FF 3.5
Printed papers.
Newspaper and magazine articles by various authors.
1966-1989 3


OFFICE FILES:
DALEY, MARY.
Box.FF 4.3
Research notes. 10pp.
Holograph papers.
1989-1990, n.d. 3

DART, EDWARD.
Box.FF 3.1
Building lists.
n.d. 9
Box.FF 3.2
Architectural chronology.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 3.2
Research material. 2pp.
Resume
n.d. 1

KOMECHAK, FATHER MICHAEL.
See also: SAINT PROCOPIUS ABBEY.
Box.FF 4.4
Correspondence.
Photocopy. Condolences to Wilma Dart following the death of Edward D. Dart.
07/29/1975, 08/05/1975 2
Box.FF 4.4
Correspondence.
TLS and ALS. Between Komechak and Susan Dart and architect Ed Sövek.
08/18/1975-05/15/[1990] 5
Box.FF 4.4
Printed papers. 2pp.
Interview transcript between Edward D. Dart and Father Prior Alexius Machacek, excerpt.
12/06/1965 1
Box.FF 4.4
Printed papers.
Edward Dart biography outlines.
08/24/1976, n.d. 3
Box.FF 4.4
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles and brochure.
10/1988-11/1991, n.d. 3
Box.FF 4.4
Research materials. 21pp.
Holograph papers.
n.d. 21
Box.FF 4.4
Research materials. 1p.
Includes Edward D. Dart building lists.
n.d. 1

LOEBL SCHLOSSMAN BENNETT AND DART.
Box.FF 4.5
Correspondence.
TLS. Connie Day to Susan Dart.
06/22/1990 1
Box.FF 4.5
Printed papers.
Newspaper and magazine articles. Regarding work of Loebl, Schlossman, Bennett, Dart and various projects.
06/1973-04/08/1990 7
Box.FF 4.5
Printed papers.
Printed papers and typescript. Obituaries, biographical and professional data on firm partners.
1985, n.d. 8
Box.FF 4.5
Printed papers.
Town of Park Forest, IL. Promotional data sheet.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.5
Research notes. 1p.
Holograph papers.
n.d. 1


PROJECT FILES:
Dart, Edward D., architect, unless otherwise noted.
116 E. ELM STREET RESIDENCE (SPECULATIVE):
116 E. Elm St., Wheaton, IL. Demolished 2013.
Box.FF 7.1
"Home by noted architect razed in Wheaton." Chicago Tribune.
Includes contemporaneous real estate listing for building from redfin.com.
10/28/2013 2

139 W. PARK AVENUE RESIDENCE:
Wheaton, IL.
Box.FF 7.1a
Real estate listing.
2016 1

925 ARBOR COURT RESIDENCE:
Wheaton, IL.
Box.FF 7.1b
Real estate listing.
2016 1

ADWELL CORPORATION FARM HOUSE:
Box.FF 7.1c
Specification and bid form.
1961 1

ALL SAINTS LUTHERAN CHURCH:
13350 La Grange Rd., Orland Park, IL.
Box.FF 7.2
Specifications, addenda and paint schedule.
1962 4

ANCEL, LOUIS, RESIDENCE:
35 Estate Dr., Glencoe, IL.
Box.FF 7.3
Specifications and architectural drawings.
1959-1961 10

ANDERSON, GEORGE, RESIDENCE:
705 Woodmere Ln., Glenview, IL.
Box.FF 7.4
Specifications and architectural drawings.
1960 7

ARENBERG, MILTON K.:
1880 Crescent Ct., Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 7.5
Specifications and architectural drawings.
1957-1958 18

AUGUSTANA LUTHERAN CHURCH (1967).
5500 S. Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 7.7
Architectural drawing, interior.
1967 1
Box.FF 3.6
Printed papers.
Program and worship schedule, excerpt, pp.3-8.
c.1990 1

AURORA EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH:
Aurora, IL.
Box.FF 7.8
Specifications.
1960 5

AUSMAN, EVAN L., RESIDENCE:
153 Oak Terr., Lake Bluff, IL.
Box.FF 7.6
Specifications.
1957-1958 4

BAKER, DR. ARTHUR E., RESIDENCE:
Village of Olympia Fields, Graymoor, IL
Box.FF 7.9
Specification and architectural drawings.
1956-1958 5

BARD, GEORGE M., II, RESIDENCE:
300 Ridge Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 7.10
Specifications and architectural drawings.
1954 1

BARRINGTON EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH:
aka Church of the Atonement. Country (County?) Line Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 7.11
Specifications and architectural drawings.
1960-1961 1

BARRINGTON HILLS COUNTRY CLUB:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 7.12
Addition to Bathhouse.
1956 1

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT, NORTH PARK, BATH HOUSE AND FIELD HOUSE:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 11.4
Specifications.
Two copies.
10/1955 1

BEARD, HENRY K., RESIDENCE:
49 Hawthorne Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 7.13
Specifications.
1954-1963 5

BENSINGER, B.E., III, RESIDENCE:
330 Diversey, Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 7.14
Specifications.
1959 1

BINGHAM, WILLIAM H., RESIDENCE:
364 Bateman Cir., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 7.15
Specifications.
1955 1

BOKUM RESIDENCE:
Woodstock, IL.
Box.FF 7.16
Specifications.
1951 1

BORAH, A.J.:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 7.17
Specifications.
1959 1

BORLAND BUILDING:
William H. Tegtmeyer & Co.
Box.FF 7.18
Specifications.
1960 1

BUCHHOLZ, DR. A.M., RESIDENCE:
Graymoor, IL.
Box.FF 7.19
Architectural drawings and sketches.
1956-1957 16

BURNSON, ROBERT H., RESIDENCE:
920 Frances Pkwy., Park Ridge, IL.
Box.FF 7.20
Specifications.
1957 1

CANBY, CALEB H., III, RESIDENCE:
509 E. Hillside, Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 7.21
Specifications.
1961 2

CAVALRY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH:
Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 7.22
Specifications.
1962 3

CHERSKOV & COMPANY, HOUSE FOR:
Palos Park, IL.
Box.FF 7.23
Specifications and drawings.
1956 1

CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY:
Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 7.24
Architectural drawings.
1955 4

CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, FACULTY HOUSING:
1364-78 E. 58th St., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 7.26
Floor plans.
1962-1964 5
Box.FF 7.25
Specifications.
1962-1963 6
Box.FF 7.26
"Groupe d'Habitations '8c Chicago." magazine article.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.26
"How to Provide Faculty Housing In an Urban Setting." College and University Business, n.p..
n.d. 1

CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY:
Park Forest, IL.
Box.FF 8.1
Specifications and drawings.
1957-1959 1

CLEMENTS, GEORGE L., RESIDENCE:
Hinsdale, IL.
Box.FF 8.2
Specifications.
1957 5

CONTRACT, GENERAL CONDITIONS TO, ALL JOBS:
Box.FF 8.3
n.d. 4

COW PALACE ENTRANCE ADDITION:
Baldwin & Quintens Rds., Palatine, IL.
Box.FF 8.4
Plot plan.
1964 2

CROWN, BARRY, RESIDENCE:
350 Sunrise Cir., Glencoe, IL.
Box.FF 8.5
Architectural drawings.
1963 13
Box.FF 8.5
Specifications.
1963 1
Box.FF 8.5
Real estate listing (Coldwell Banker).
11/12/2013 1
Box.FF 8.5
"A Look Inside One of Edward Dart's Rare Mid-Century Masterpieces." Curbed Chicago.
05/06/2016 1

DART, EDWARD D., RESIDENCE, II (1956).
239 Oak Knoll Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 3.8
Architectural drawings.
Photocopy. Exterior and interior perspective renderings.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.6
Architectural drawings.
1951 12
Box.FF 8.6
Specifications.
1961-1962 2

DART, EDWARD D., RESIDENCE, III (1964).
66 Dundee Ln., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 3.9
Architectural drawing.
Photocopy. Elevation.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.9
Architectural drawings.
Photocopy. Exterior perspective renderings.
n.d. 2

DYE RESIDENCE:
Racine, WI.
Box.FF 8.7
Architectural drawings.
1960 16
Box.FF 8.7
Specifications.
1960 2

ELGIN ACADEMY, GYMNASIUM ADDITION:
Elgin, IL.
Box.FF 8.8
Architectural drawings.
Exterior views.
1957 3
Box.FF 8.8
Specifications.
1957 2

EMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
1850 S. Racine Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 3.10
Correspondence.
1971 2
Box.FF 3.10
Specifications.
1963 2
Box.FF 3.10
Specifications.
Photocopy
1963 4
Box.FF 3.10
"Good News on Racine Avenue." The Architectural Forum.
06/1966 1

ENGLISH, J.B., APARTMENT BUILDING:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 8.9
Architectural drawings.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 8.9
Outline specification.
07/1956 1

FAGAN RESIDENCE, ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS:
1036 Scott Ave., Chicago Heights, IL.
Box.FF 8.10
Specifications.
1959-1960 2

FAIRBANK, LIVINGSTON, JR., RESIDENCE:
210 N. Mayflower Rd., Lake Forest, IL.
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Kitchen detail.
11/10/1955
Box.FF 8.11
Architectural drawings.
03-07/1956 20
Box.FF 8.11
Specifications.
11/1955 1

FAITH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH:
219 Armitage Ave., Glen Ellyn, IL.
Box.FF 8.12
Specifications.
1961 4
Box.FF 8.12
"Our Master Plan" brochure.
n.d. 3

FIRST NATIONAL BANK:
140 W. Cook Ave., Libertyville, IL.
Box.FF 8.13
Architectural drawings.
Photocopy Exterior and interior.
n.d. 2

FIRST SAINT PAUL'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH.
1301 N. La Salle Blvd., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 3.7
Architectural drawing.
Floor plan.
n.d. 1

FLORSHEIM, LEONARD S., JR., RESIDENCE:
Old Mill, Lake Forest, IL.
Box.FF 8.14
Correspondence.
From Edward Greenwald to All Contractors.
05/1964 2
Box.FF 8.14
Specifications.
1963-1964 1

FOX, W. BROOKE, RESIDENCE:
Timber Lane, Gretna, LA.
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Fox vanity.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 8.15
Architectural drawings.
08/1962 5
Box.FF 8.15
Specifications.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 8.15
Specifications; alterations.
12/1961 1

GARAGE ADDITIONS:
SW corner of Adams & Wabash, Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 8.16
Specifications.
01/1960 1

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH:
950 S. York Rd., Bensenville, IL.
Box.FF 8.18
Architectural drawings.
06-08/1961 4
Box.FF 8.18
Specifications.
06/1961 4

GREATER NORTH MICHIGAN AVE. ASSOCIATION:
Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 8.19
Development report.
Loebl, Schlossman, Bennett & Dart, architects.
11/1965 1

HARDING, GEORGE F., MUSEUM OFFICES:
86 E. Randolph, Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 8.17
Architectural drawings.
1963 8
Box.FF 8.17
Specification.
05/1963 4

HELLER, WALTER E., RESIDENCE:
799 Highland Pl., Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 8.20
Architectural drawings.
1962-1963 12
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Servants room change, floor plan.
09/18/1962
Box.FF 8.20
Specification.
1962-1963 3

HENRICH, RICHARD, RESIDENCE:
24 Brinker Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 8.21
Architectural drawings.
1962 9
Box.FF 8.21
Specification.
1962 3

HERSHEY RESIDENCE:
687 Birch Ln., Glencoe, IL.
Box.FF 8.22
Architectural drawings.
1960-1961 5
Box.FF 8.22
Specification.
09/1960 2

HOUGH MANOR BARRINGTON APARTMENTS:
620 Hough St., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 9.1
Architectural drawing.
Perspective rendering.
1954 1

HOUSE OF PRAYERS LUTHERAN CHURCH:
17450 S. Crawford Ave., Country Club Hills, IL.
Box.FF 9.2
Correspondence.
03/10/1971-04/26/1971 12
Box.FF 9.2
Specifications.
05/1971 1

IBM OFFICE BUILDING:
1200 Northwest Avenue Service Rd., Sioux Falls, SD.
Box.FF 9.3
Building program.
1963 2
Box.FF 9.3
Specifications.
1963 1
Box.FF 9.4
Specifications.
Addendum No. 1
1963 1

ILLINOIS CREDIT UNION LEAGUE (1961).
Bensenville, IL.
Box.FF 3.10
Printed paper.
Promotional data sheet.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.5
Specifications.
02/1961 1

INLAND CONSTRUCTION CO. HOUSE:
6131 Oakton St., Morton Grove, IL.
Box.FF 9.6
Specifications.
n.d. 1

INTERSTATE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO., WAREHOUSE & STORE:
1020 Greenwood Ave., Waukegan, IL.
Box.FF 9.7
Specifications.
11/15/1951 2

JACOBS RESIDENCE, ADDITIONS:
Penny Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 9.8
Specifications.
Additions, carpentry specifications. Three copies
1960 1

JEL SERT CO., PROCESSING PLANT & GENERAL OFFICES:
25th Ave. & Madison St., Bellwood, IL.
Box.FF 9.9
Specifications.
Two copies.
1961-1962 1

JOHNSON, ELMER H., RESIDENCE:
10517 S. Seeley Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 9.10
Specifications.
1956-1957 1

KARSTROM, J.O., JR., RESIDENCE:
Lake Forest, IL.
Box.FF 9.11
Specifications.
1950 1

KING FAISAL SPECIALIST HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH CENTRE (1981).
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Box.FF 3.11
Correspondence.
TLS. Edir Siqueira to Susan Dart.
08/11/1992 1
Box.FF 3.11
"King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre Post Graduate Programs."
Brochure.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.11
Promotional data sheets.
n.d. 2

KOZOLL RESIDENCE:
Glencoe, IL.
Box.FF 10.1
Specifications.
1962 1

LA PORTE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:
La Porte, IN.
Box.FF 10.4
Architectural drawing.
Subsurface investigation.
1965 1

LADANY, JULES, RESIDENCE:
180 Ravine Dr., Highland Park, IL. Demolished.
Box.FF 10.2
Specifications and drawings.
1959 1
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Driveway.
02/25/1959 1
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Closets 1-3.
n.d. 1
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Living room elevation.
11/16/1959 1
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Ladany vanity.
n.d. 1

LANSING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:
2625 Ridge Rd., Lansing, IL.
Box.FF 10.3
Specifications.
1961 2
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Floor plan.
1961 1

LUNDGREN, CARL, RESIDENCE, ADDITIONS:
241 Bonnie Brae, Elmhurst, IL.
Box.FF 10.6
Specifications.
n.d. 1

LUSK CORPORATION APARTMENTS:
DuPage Co., IL.
Box.FF 10.7
Specifications.
Zoning ordinance and building code requirements for multi-family dwellings.
1963 1

LUTZ, ARTHUR L., RESIDENCE:
Tower Lake, Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 10.8
Specifications.
1953 1

MCCUTCHEON, JOHN, RESIDENCE (1958).
281 W. Laurel Ave., Lake Forest, IL.
Box.FF 3.12
Architectural drawings.
Photocopy. Interior rendering, living room.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.9
Room finish schedule.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.9
Specifications.
1957 40

MEDOWS, HARRY G., RESIDENCE:
Sleepy Hollow Rd., Dundee, IL.
Box.FF 10.10
Specifications.
1954 1

METCALF RESIDENCE:
Box.FF 10.11
Specifications.
n.d. 1

MEYER, MAURICE, OFFICES & SHOWROOM:
Waukegan, IL.
Box.FF 10.12
Specifications.
03/1953 1

MONOHAN, BRIAN J., RESIDENCE:
Mundelein, Il.
Box.FF 11.2
Specifications.
03/1954 1

MORRISON, H.P., STORE BUILDING:
Crystal Lake, IL.
Box.FF 11.3
Specifications.
07/1955 1

MOUNT PROSPECT PARK DISTRICT, LIONS MEMORIAL PARK, BATHHOUSE AND YOUTH ROOM:
Mt. Prospect, IL.
Box.FF 10.5
Architectural drawing.
Bath house.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.5
Specifications.
Addendum No. 3
1956 1

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY; LEVERONE, NATHANIEL, HALL AND ANDERSON HALL (1970).
2001 N. Sheridan Rd., Evanston, IL.
Box.FF 3.13
Printed papers.
Promotional data sheet.
n.d. 1

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY; PICK-STAIGER CONCERT HALL (1969).
50 Arts Club Cir., Evanston, IL.
Box.FF 3.14
Correspondence.
Photocopy. Loebl, Schlossman, Dart and Hackl, interoffice memorandum.
10/17/1975 1
Box.FF 3.14
Architectural drawings.
Photocopies. Floor plans.
c.1977, 01/03/1980 4
Box.FF 3.14
Press release.
Photocopy.
10/10/1975 1
Box.FF 3.14
Dedicatory concert program.
Photocopy.
10/26/1975 1
Box.FF 3.14
Promotional data sheets.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 3.14
Storioni Ensemble.
Brochure.
n.d. 1

OAKBROOK NO. 2:
Box.FF 11.5
Specifications.
1963 2

O'LAUGHLIN RESIDENCE, ADDITION:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 11.7
Specifications.
10/1958 1

OLD TOWN APARTMENT COMPLEX:
1750 N. Clark, Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 11.8
Specifications.
01/1965 2

ORB, JOHN A., RESIDENCE:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 11.6
Specifications.
1956-1957 3

PETRANEK'S DRUGSTORE (1969).
426 Milwaukee Ave., Libertyville, IL.
Box.FF 3.15
Project papers.
n.d. 3

REYNOLDS, ROBERT J., RESIDENCE:
1021 County Line Rd., Highland Park, IL.
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Sketch for room plan.
1958/1959 1
Box.FF 11.9
Specifications.
1958-1960 1
Box.FF 11.9
"Petition for Dart House Site Headed for Highland Park City Council." Chicago Tribune.
2015 1

ROSENBERG, MRS. ROBERT J., RESIDENCE:
Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 11.10
Specifications.
Two copies.
1961-1962 1

SAINT AMBROSE EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SUNDAY SCHOOL FACILITIES:
925 Macarthur Dr., Chicago Heights, IL.
Box.FF 11.11
Specifications.
1959-1960 1
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Bell tower steel frame detail.
1959 1

SAINT ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
Grayslake, IL.
Box.FF 11.12
Architectural drawing.
04/11/1956 1
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Aerial perspective.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.12
Specifications.
04/1957 1

SAINT AUGUSTINE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
1753 Union Harbor St., Benton Harbor, MI.
Box.FF 12.1
Specifications.
09/1961 2

SAINT AUGUSTINE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
2425 W. 19th St., Gary, IN.
Box.FF 3.16
Correspondence.
typescript. Saint Augustine's Episcopal Church Christmas card.
1960 1
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Exterior perspective.
02/05/1959 1
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Interior, balcony.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.2
Specifications.
04/1958 6
Box.FF 3.16
Descriptive data.
typescript.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.16
"Prayerful and Militant."  The Living Church.
Photocopy
01/17/1960 1
Box.FF 3.16
"Saint Augustine's Episcopal Presents Unusual Form." The Gary Post Tribune.
Photocopy
05/14/1969 1
Box.FF 3.16
"New St. Augustine's Church Opens for Services Tomorrow." The Gary Post Tribune.
Photocopy
04/18/1959 1
Box.FF 3.16
Architectural drawing.
Photocopy. Enclosure details.
1967 1

SAINT MATTHEW UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST:
1420 S. Gables Blvd., Wheaton, IL.
Box.FF 12.3
Specifications>
07/1962 1
Box.FF 12.4
Specifications.
1963 1
Box.FF 12.5
Specifications.
1963 1

SAINT MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 12.6
Architectural drawings.
n.d. 3
OP 1.9
Architectural drawings.
Font platform; foundation layout.
07/05/1956, n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.6
Specifications.
1953-n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.7
Specifications, additions.
03/1962 1

SAINT MICHAEL'S RECTORY:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 12.8
Specifications.
n.d. 1

SAINT NICHOLAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
Elk Grove Village, IL.
Box.FF 12.9
Architectural drawings.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.9
Specifications.
1962-1963 1

SAINT PROCOPIUS ABBEY (1967).
5601 College Rd., Lisle, IL. See also: KOMECHAK, FATHER MICHAEL. Includes photographs.
Box.FF 3.17
Correspondence.
Edward D. Dart and Father Michael Komechak.
[1960s] 1
Box.FF 3.17
Correspondence.
TLS, Edward D. Dart from Rev. Havlik, Rev. Daniel Kucera.
02/16/1971-09/20/1971 3
Box.FF 3.17
Correspondence.
Black and white ALS postcard. From Father Komechak to Susan Dart. Includes exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.17
Architectural drawing.
Black and white postcard. Rendering.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.17
Interior view.
Color postcard.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.17
Interior view, during mass.
Black and white photographic print.
[1960s] 1
Box.FF 3.17
Printed papers.
Newspaper and magazine articles.
12/06/1967-04/30/1973, n.d. 18
OP 1.4
Printed papers.
Newspaper and magazine articles and newsletters.
12/07/1967-05/07/1973 13
Box.FF 3.17
Printed papers.
Brochure. "A Century of Benedictine Life 1885-1985: A Pictorial History." Saint Procopius Abbey.
1985 1
Box.FF 3.17
Printed papers.
Promotional data sheets.
n.d. 1

SCHAUCK'S HARDWARE, REMODELING:
Cook & Milwaukee Ave., Libertyville, IL.
Box.FF 13.4
Specifications.
02/1956 1

SCHOENHOFEN, LEO AND FAMILY, RESIDENCE (c.1975).
Unidentified location.
Box.FF 3.18
Correspondence.
TLS and photocopy. Edward D. Dart to Leo and Emily Schoenhofen.
04/04/1975 2

SERSEN, DONALD J., RESIDENCE:
Lil Ave. & Skyline Dr., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 13.1
Architectural drawing.
Blueprint, plot plan.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 13.1
Specifications.
07/1958 1

SIMMEN, JAMES M., RESIDENCE:
Lake Forest, IL.
Box.FF 13.5
Correspondence.
From Architectural Record to EDD. SEE SERIES VIII, Simmen, James M., Residence photographs.
12/13/1968 1
Box.FF 13.5
Specifications.
02/1961 1

SIMOND, R.E., SR., RESIDENCE:
Cuba Rd., Barrington, IL.
OP 1.9
Architectural drawing.
Detail changes.
01/27/1956
Box.FF 13.2
Specifications.
11/1955 1

SKORA, FRANK, STORE:
Mount Prospect, IL.
Box.FF 13.3
Specifications.
10/1953 1

SUNSET PARK SUPERMARKET, JEWEL FOOD STORE:
Aldine & Lillian Sts., Elgin, IL.
Box.FF 13.6
Specifications.
1957-1958 1

SWARTZ, WILLIAM, RESIDENCE:
Gift of Diane Williams, Ellen Godfrey and Robert Swartz, 2011. 195 Ivy Ln., Highland Park, IL.
Flatf. 48.14
Architectural drawings.
Colored pencil on vellum>  architectural drawings. Architectural drawings by Edward Dart. Exterior elevations (east and south).
n.d. 2
Flatf. 48.14
Architectural drawings.
Colored pencil on vellum>  architectural drawings. Probably by Edward Dart. Exterior perspective rendering.
n.d. 1
RT 79
Landscape plans.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 13.7
Specifications.
Three copies. Typescript copy gift of Diane Williams, Ellen Godfrey and Robert Swartz.
1961-1962 2

TED'S TAVERN, RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE:
Sheridan & Madison, Waukegan, IL.
Box.FF 13.8
Architectural drawing.
Photocopy
n.d. 1
Box.FF 13.8
Specifications.
05/1955 1

THOLSTRUP, WALTER W., RESIDENCE:
Beachview & Shady Ln., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 13.9
Specifications.
10/1958 1
Box.FF 13.9
Specifications, notes.
n.d. 7

THORNRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH:
South Holland, IL.
Box.FF 13.10
Specifications.
1961 1

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, MIDWAY STUDIOS, ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS (1972):
6016 S. Ingleside Ave., Chicago, IL. Demolished, 2009.
Box.FF 11.1
Specifications.
03-06/1963 6

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, SHAWNEETOWN APARTMENTS:
Lexington, KY. Thomas P. Edwards & Assoc., architects.
Box.FF 3.19
Architectural drawings.
Floor plans.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 3.19
"U. KY. Shawneetown." brochures.
May 1964, n.d. 4

VAIL RESIDENCE, ADDITION:
Wayne, IL.
Box.FF 13.11
Specifications.
02/1958 1

VAN ZELST RESIDENCE:
Glenview, IL.
Box.FF 13.12
Specifications.
Two copies.
03/1961 1

WATER TOWER PLACE (1976).
845 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 4.1
Correspondence.
TLS. Harry Weese to Edward D. Dart.
11/29/1971 1
Box.FF 4.1
Newspaper and magazine articles.
11/20/1971-07/31/1992 11
OP 1.5
Newspaper and magazine articles.
07/19/1973-11/30/1975, 07/26/1992, n.d. 7
Box.FF 4.1
[Those who made marks in 1975], program excerpt.
c.1975 1
Box.FF 4.1
"Water Tower Place."
Promotional brochure.
c.1976 1
Box.FF 4.1
Printed papers.
Typescript, [He embellishes this by saying...], excerpt.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.1
Promotional data sheet.
n.d. 1

UNIDENTIFIED.
Box.FF 4.2
Unidentified project.
Photocopy. Exterior perspective.
n.d. 2






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SERIES III: AWARDS AND CITATIONS



AWARD APPLICATION:
Box.FF 5.1
AIA Honor Awards Program.
Re: awards, honors, and citations for: Lansing Presbyterian Church, Lansing IL.
1964 1

CORRESPONDENCE:
Box.FF 5.1
Correspondence.
TC and telegram. Letters of recommendation to the AIA from Winston Elting and Joseph Sittler re: Dart's nomination for a Fellowship in Design; S.T. Ritenour to Edward D. Dart.
10/19/1966, 05/17/1967 3
Box.FF 5.1
Correspondence.
TLS Jean-Louis Mandereau, Consulat General de France, Chicago, to Edward D. Dart; Adlai Stevenson to Edward D. Dart thanking him for Dart's support of Stevenson's campaign.
02/18/1970, 10/05/1970 2
Box.FF 5.1
Correspondence.
TLS William L. Slayton, AIA, to Edward D. Dart re: the selection of Saint Procopius Abbey for an Honor Award; McGraw-Hill Publications to Don Hackl re: plaque for Dart.
02/09/1973, 02/23/1976 2

PRINTED PAPERS:
Box.FF 5.1
Printed papers.
Newspaper article re: awards, honors, and citations for: unidentified Barrington, IL, residence.
02/1955 1
OP 1.6
Printed papers.
Newspaper article re: awards, honors, and citations for the winning design in Chicago Home Design competition.
03/1955 1
Box.FF 5.1
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for: Henry K. Beard Residence, 239 Oak Knoll Road, Barrington, IL; Saint Augustine's Episcopal Church, Gary, IN; and committee membership.
05/1960, 1961 2
Box.FF 5.1
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for: Richard E. Henrich Residence, Barrington, IL; Walter E. Heller Residence, Highland Park, IL; and jury membership.
04/1962, 01/1963, 05/[1963] 4
Box.FF 5.1
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for: Saint Augustine's Episcopal Church, Gary. IN; Lansing Presbyterian Church, Lansing, IL; Chicago Theological Seminary Faculty Housing, Chicago, IL; United Parcel Service Distribution Center, Chicago, IL; Richard E. Henrich Residence, Barrington, IL; Edward D. Dart Residence, 66 Dundee Lane, Barrington. IL; and jury membership.
09/1964-08/1965, 1965 9
Box.FF 5.2
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for: Chicago Civic Center, Chicago, IL; and Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church, Westchester, IL.
04/1966, 1966 2
OP 1.6
Printed papers.
"Architectural Record Award of Excellence or House Design." Award for the James M. Simmen Residence, Lake Forest, IL.
1966 1
Box.FF 5.2
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for: Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL; Water Tower Place, Chicago, IL; AIA fellowship, and committee membership.
04/1967-05/1967, c.1967 7
OP 1.6
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL, and Solel Congregation, Highland Park, IL.
04/06/1967 1
Box.FF 5.2
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for Edward D. Dart Residence, 66 Dundee Lane, Barrington, IL.
04/1968, 1968 2
OP 1.6
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for Edward D. Dart Residence, 66 Dundee Lane, Barrington, IL.
04/18/1968 1
Box.FF 5.2
Printed papers.
Praise for the "unsung achievements" of many Chicago architectural firms including Loebl, Schlossman, Bennett, and Dart.
12/27/1970 1
Box.FF 5.2
Printed papers.
"17th Annual Distinguished Buildings and Service Awards Program." Re: honors for: Saint Procopius Abbey, Lisle, IL and U.S. Naval Training Center Barracks, Great Lakes, IL.
1971 1
Box.FF 5.2
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for chair and table designs submitted to the American Plywood Association Design Awards.
1974 1
OP 1.6
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for Saint John of the Cross Church, Western Springs, IL.
10/16/1978 1
Box.FF 5.2
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles re: awards, honors, and citations for: Saint Augustine's Episcopal Church, Gary, IN and Saint Procopius Abbey, Lisle, IL
n.d. 3
Box.FF 5.2
Printed papers.
Carbon typescript, Bibliography of newspaper articles published from 12/1954 to 07/1957.
n.d. 1






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SERIES IV: PRINTED MATERIALS



ABOUT EDWARD D. DART:
Box.FF 5.3
Printed papers.
Reich, Christine. "What Does A Modern Kitchen Need? A Door Says This Designer."  Chicago Sun-Times, p.49. "Architect to Address Home Builders Meet." Unidentified source, n.p.
03/08/1956, 03/15/1957 2
OP 1.7
Printed papers.
McNair, Marie. "No Receivers, So the Guests Carry the Ball."  Washington Post, n.p. "Hey, Granny, Pantries and Parlors are Back."  Chicago Daily News, p.40. Schoenwetter, Paul. "Chicago a Challenge to Winning Architect."  Chicago Sun-Times, p.8. Miller, Nory. "Highs and Lows and Ups and Downs."  Chicago Daily News, p.13. Duda, Dale. "Life at the Abbey Goes On."  DuPage Profile, n.p.
01/09/1959, 09/11/1959, 04/18/1965, 12/20/1975-12/21/1975, 09/13/1989 5
Box.FF 5.3
Printed papers.
"2 Architects Take Part in Conference." Unidentified source, n.p. "PR Seminar Wins Approval." Unidentified source, n.p.
n.d. 3

MISCELLANEOUS:
Box.FF 5.3
Bethell, John T. "Damaged Goods."  Harvard Magazine, pp.25-31.
07/1988-08/1988 1
Box.FF 5.3
Cartoons.
Photocopies.
n.d. 3






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SERIES V: DART, EDWARD D., BIOGRAPHY



CORRESPONDENCE:
Box.FF 5.4
Correspondence.
Susan Dart to and from various correspondents. Includes photocopies of related newspaper stories.
07/1977, 11/1991-11/1992 18
Box.FF 5.5
Correspondence.
Various correspondents to Susan Dart. Correspondents include: Daley, Mary; Dart, Harry; Dart, Warreene; Johnson, Elmer H.; Komechak, Michael; McCutcheon, Helen and various archives and academic organizations.
07/1993-10/1993, c.1993 29

PRINTED PAPERS:
Box.FF 5.6
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles. Book reviews; invitation to book signing.
08/18/1993-10/17/1993, 09/30/1993 5
OP 1.8
Printed papers.
Newspaper articles. Book reviews.
10/03/1993-11/18/1993 2
Box.FF 5.6
Printed papers.
Newsletter and brochures. "Chicago Society of Architectural Historians Calendar." Edward Dart, Architect. "How to Apply for a Grant."
12/1993, c.1993 3

RESEARCH NOTEBOOKS:
Box.FF 5.7
Notebook.
Holograph papers. Includes phone lists and research notes.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 5.8
Notebook.
Holograph papers. Includes phone lists and research notes.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 5.9
Notebook.
Holograph papers. Includes phone lists and research notes.
n.d. 1






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SERIES VI: AUDIO TAPES

This series is restricted from patron use. Please consult the Archivist for further information.


REST
Dart, Harry P. "H Dart WW II (HPD's tape III)."
90 minute audio cassette tape.
n.d. 1
REST
Dart, Harry P. "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition."
90 minute audio cassette tape.
n.d. 1
REST
Windell, Marie E., Louisiana Historical Society, "H.P. Dart, Sr." program.
90 minute audio cassette tape.
05/27/1983 1






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SERIES VII: PHOTOGRAPHS


ARENBERG, MILTON K., RESIDENCE:
1880 Crescent Ct., Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 14.1a
View of front entrance.
1956 1

ANCEL RESIDENCE:
Glencoe, IL.
Box.FF 14.1b
Architectural drawing.
1960 1

ARENBERG, MILTON K., RESIDENCE:
1880 Crescent Ct., Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 14.2
Floor plan.
1957 2

AURORA EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH:
Aurora, IL.
Box.FF 14.3
Architectural drawing.
1960 1

BARRINGTON EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH:
aka Church of the Atonement. Country (County?) Line Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 14.4
Floor plan for the rectory.
1960 1

BEARD, HENRY K., RESIDENCE:
49 Hawthorne Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 14.5
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.5
Interior views, living and dining areas, patio and kitchen.
n.d. 7

BINGHAM, WILLIAM H., RESIDENCE:
Bateman Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 14.6
Interior views.
n.d. 3

CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, FACULTY HOUSING:
1364-78 E. 58th St., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 14.8
Architectural drawing.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.7
Construction views.
06/1962-09/1962 5
Box.FF 14.8
Aerial view.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.8
Exterior views.
1965 13
Box.FF 16.1
Exterior views.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 14.8
Interior views.
1965 4

CORN PRODUCTS BUILDING:
aka Century Tower. 201 N. Wells, Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 14.9
Aerial views.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 14.9
n.d. 4

DART, EDWARD D., RESIDENCE, I (1951):
20 Braeburn Ln., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 14.10
Exterior view.
1951 1
Box.FF 14.10
Interior view.
1951 1

DART, EDWARD D., RESIDENCE, II (1956):
239 Oak Knoll Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 14.11
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.11
Interior view.
n.d. 8

DART, EDWARD D., RESIDENCE, III (1964):
66 Dundee Ln., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 14.12
Exterior views.
1967 2
Box.FF 16.2
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.12
Exterior view.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
c.1964 1
Box.FF 16.2
Interior view, living and dining area.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.12
Interior views, living area.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
c. 1964 2

DOWNERS GROVE SHOPPING CENTER:
NE corner Of Saratoga Ave. and Ogden Ave.
Box.FF 14.13
Architectural drawing.
n.d. 1

EMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1964):
1850 S. Racine Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 14.14
Exterior views.
Orlando R. Cabanban, photographer.
1963 2
Box.FF 14.14
Interior views.
Orlando R. Cabanban, photographer.
1963 2

EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF CHICAGO CHURCH:
Box.FF 14.15
Architectural drawings.
n.d. 2

FAITH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH:
219 Armitage Ave., Glen Ellyn, IL.
Box.FF 14.16
Interior views.
n.d. 2

FIRST SAINT PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH:
Box.FF 14.17
Architectural drawing, south elevation.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.17
Architectural drawing, floor plan.
n.d. 1

GATES RUBBER COMPANY:
1551 Wewatta St., Denver, CO.
Box.FF 14.18
Architectural drawing, proposed facility.
n.d. 1

GRAME-STEWART RESIDENCE:
Box.FF 14.19
Model view.
n.d. 1

GREATER NORTH MICHIGAN AVE. ASSOCIATION:
Box.FF 14.20
Chicago Central City Airports bus Terminal, proposal.
1965 1
Box.FF 14.20
Improved Holy Name Cathedral Development Concept, proposal.
1965 2
Box.FF 14.20
Improved Holy Name Cathedral Development Concept, proposal.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
1965 1
Box.FF 14.20
Near Northside Western Sector Study Areas.
Loebl, Schlossman, Bennett & Dart, architects.
1965 1
Box.FF 14.20
Ohio-Ontario Expressway Superblock Development, looking from west to east, proposal.
1965 2
Box.FF 14.20
Ohio-Ontario Expressway Superblock Mall Development, looking west to proposed Central City Airports Bus Terminal.
1965 2
Box.FF 14.20
Ohio-Ontario Expressway Superblock Detailed Mall Development Area, proposal.
1965 2
Box.FF 14.20
Ohio-Ontario Expressway Superblock Development, model views, Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
1965 3
Box.FF 14.20
Ohio-Ontario Expressway Superblock Mall Development, looking west to east, Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
1965 1
Box.FF 14.20
Ohio-Ontario Expressway Superblock Mall Development, looking west to proposed Central City Airports Bus Terminal. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
1965 1
Box.FF 14.20
Ohio-Ontario Expressway Superblock Detailed Mall Development Area, proposal. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
1965 1

HELLER, WALTER E., RESIDENCE:
799 Highland Pl., Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 14.21
Exterior views.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 16.3
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.3
Interior view.
n.d. 1

HENRICH, RICHARD, RESIDENCE:
24 Brinker Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 16.4
Exterior views.
n.d. 2

HOLY APOSTLES GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH:
2501 Wolf Rd., Westchester, IL.
Box.FF 14.24
Exterior views.
1964 9
Box.FF 16.5
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.23
Exterior views.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
1964 5
OP 1.8
Exterior view.
Philip Turner, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.23
Interior views, nave.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
1964 5
Box.FF 14.24
Interior views, nave.
1964 12
Box.FF 16.5
Interior views.
n.d. 2

HOUSE OF PRAYER LUTHERAN CHURCH:
17450 S. Crawford Ave., Country Club Hills, IL.
Box.FF 14.25
Exterior views.
n.d. 1

IBM OFFICE BUILDINGS:
Baily St., Sioux Falls, SD.
Box.FF 14.26
Construction views, progress photographs.
1964 12
Box.FF 14.26
Exterior views.
1964 6

ILLINOIS CREDIT UNION LEAGUE HEADQUARTERS:
1035 S. York Rd., Bensenville, IL.
Box.FF 16.6
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

INTERSTATE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO., WAREHOUSE & STORE:
1020 Greenwood Ave., Waukegan, IL.
Box.FF 14.27
Exterior views.
1951 6
Box.FF 14.27
Interior views.
1951 1

JOHNSON, ELMER H., RESIDENCE:
10517 S. Seeley Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 14.28
Exterior views.
1956 4

LANSING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:
Lansing, IL.
Box.FF 14.29
Architectural drawings.
Includes floor and plot plan.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 14.29
Exterior views.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 14.30
Exterior views.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer
n.d. 3
Box.FF 14.29
Exterior views.
Baltazar Korab, photographer.
1962 12
Box.FF 14.29
Exterior views and details.
Robert Nowell Ward, photographer. Includes details of entryway and tower.
n.d. 23
Box.FF 16.7
Interior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.30
Interior views, nave.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer
n.d. 2
Box.FF 14.29
Interior views, nave and main entrance.
Baltazar Korab, photographer.
1962 8
Box.FF 14.29
Interior views.
Robert Nowell Ward, photographer. Includes entry, chancel, cross, hall and nave.
n.d. 12

LOFT, GENE, RESIDENCE:
3832 Wallen Ave.
Box.FF 14.31
Exterior views.
1957 8
Box.FF 14.31
Interior views.
1957 4

NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE, EVANGELICAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY:
School & Loomis Sts., Naperville, IL.
Box.FF 14.32
Exterior views.
1964 34
Box.FF 14.32
Interior views.
1964 5

ORB, JOHN A., RESIDENCE:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 16.8
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.33
Interior, dining room.
n.d. 1

PRATT, HENRY, COMPANY:
401 S. Highland Ave., Aurora, IL.
Box.FF 14.22
Architectural drawing.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 14.22
Model views.
1953, n.d. 2

REALCOA COMPLEX:
Box.FF 14.34
Model views.
n.d. 8

REYNOLDS, ROBERT J., RESIDENCE:
Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 14.35
Exterior views.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 14.35
Interior views.
n.d. 8

SAINT ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
Grayslake, IL.
Box.FF 15.1
Architectural drawings.
1956 3

SAINT AUGUSTINE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
2425 W. 19th St., Gary, IN.
Box.FF 15.2
Architectural drawing, first design proposal.
Front elevation and balcony plan.
1956 1
Box.FF 15.2
Architectural drawing, first design proposal.
1956 1
Box.FF 15.2
Model views.
1956 2
Box.FF 15.2
Architectural drawing.
Main floor plan.
1958 6
Box.FF 15.2
Exterior views and details.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
1958 11
Box.FF 15.2
Interior views.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
1958 7

SAINT LUKE'S METHODIST CHURCH:
Indianapolis, IN.
Box.FF 15.3
Architectural drawing.
Rendering.
1965 1
Box.FF 15.3
Architectural drawing.
Floor plan.
1965 3
Box.FF 15.3
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 15.3
Interior view, nave, aisle.
n.d. 1

SAINT MATTHEW UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST:
1420 S. Gables Blvd., Wheaton, IL.
Box.FF 15.4
Architectural drawing.
Edward D. Dart Associates, architects
1962 1
Box.FF 15.4
Architectural drawing.
Floor plan, first phase.
1962 1
Box.FF 15.4
Model views.
n.d. 28

SAINT MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 15.5
Model views.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 15.5
Model with Christmas tree.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 15.5
Exterior views and details.
n.d. 9
Box.FF 15.5
Exterior views and details.
Robert Nowell Ward, photographer.
n.d. 13
Box.FF 15.5
Interior views and details.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 15.5
Interior views and deails.
Robert Nowell Ward, photographer.
n.d. 14
Box.FF 15.5
Portraits, unidentified persons.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 15.5
Dart and others with model.
n.d. 1

SAINT MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 15.6
Model views.
1953 4
Box.FF 15.6
Architectural drawings.
1953 3

SAINT NICOLAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
Elk Grove Village, IL.
Box.FF 15.7
Architectural drawings.
Floor plan.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 15.7
Architectural drawings.
Floor plan and front elevation.
n.d. 1

SIMMEN, JAMES M., RESIDENCE:
Lake Forest, IL.
Box.FF 15.8
Exterior view.
1965 3
Box.FF 15.8
Interior view.
Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
n.d. 1

SWARTZ, WILLIAM, RESIDENCE:
195 Ivy Ln., Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 16.9
Aerial view.
Gift of Diane Williams, Ellen Godfrey and Robert Swartz, 2011.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.10-11
Exterior views.
Gift of Diane Williams, Ellen Godfrey and Robert Swartz, 2011.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 16.12
Interior views.
Gift of Diane Williams, Ellen Godfrey and Robert Swartz, 2011.
n.d. 2

TED'S TAVERN, RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE:
Sheridan & Madison, Waukegan, IL.
Box.FF 15.9
Construction views.
1955 6
Box.FF 15.9
Exterior view.
n.d. 4

TEGTMEYER, WILLIAM H., & CO.:
Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 15.10
Interior views, Reception/Lounge Area.
n.d. 3

THORNRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH:
South Holland, IL.
Box.FF 15.11
Architectural drawing, interior.
n.d. 1

UNITED PARCEL SERVICE:
1400 S. Jefferson, Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 15.12
Construction views.
60
Box.FF 15.12
Exterior views.
n.d. 12
Box.FF 16.13
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 15.12
Interior views.
7

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, MIDWAY STUDIOS GALLERY, ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS (1972).
6016 S. Ingleside Ave., Chicago, IL. Demolished, 2009.
Box.FF 15.12a
Exterior and interior views.
Photocopies. Made from photographs from Dreamer in Stone.
1976 2

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, SHAWNEETOWN APARTMENTS:
Lexington, KY.
Box.FF 15.13
Model views.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 15.13
Architectural drawing.
n.d. 1

MISCELLANEOUS AND UNIDENTIFIED:
Box.FF 15.14
Herrlin Studio, office.
Interior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 15.14
Korab, Baltazar, thesis.
West facade, aerial view.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 15.14
Radio Station, New Haven.
Model view.
1948 1
Box.FF 15.14
Unidentified brownstone buildings.
Exterior view.
1956 6
Box.FF 15.14
Unidentified office.
Interior view. Also includes correspondence between EDD and Ralph R., Mabbs, Illinois Bell Telephone Co.
12/19/1958 3
Box.FF 15.14
Unidentified, outdoor filming.
n.d. 1






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SERIES VIII: SLIDES AND TRANSPARENCIES


ALL SAINTS LUTHERAN CHURCH; ORLAND PARK, IL:
Orland Park, IL.
Box.FF 17.1
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1962 12

ANCEL, LOUIS, RESIDENCE:
35 Estate Dr., Glencoe, IL.
Box.FF 17.2
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1961 7
Box.FF 17.2
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1961 2

ANDERSON, GEORGE, RESIDENCE:
705 Woodmere Ln., Glenview, IL.
Box.FF 17.3
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1961 53

AUGUSTANA LUTHERAN CHURCH (1967):
5500 S. Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 17.4
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1967 5
Box.FF 17.4
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1967 13

BEARD, HENRY K., RESIDENCE:
49 Hawthorne Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 17.5
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 8
Box.FF 17.5
Interior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 1

BLUE ISLAND POLICE HEADQUARTERS:
Blue Island, IL.
Box.FF 17.6
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1971 18
Box.FF 17.6
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1971 1

CALVARY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH:
Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 17.7
Exterior view.
Colorslide.
1962 1

CHERRY, IRVING, RESIDENCE:
Evanston, IL.
Box.FF 17.8
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 14
Box.FF 17.8
Interior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 2

CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, FACULTY HOUSING:
Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 17.9
Architectural drawings.
Colorslides.
1962 2
Box.FF 17.9
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1962 4

CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY:
Park Forest, IL.
Box.FF 17.10
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1959 7
Box.FF 17.10
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1959 12

CLOCK TOWER INN RESORT AND CONFERENCE CENTER:
Rockford, IL.
Box.FF 17.12
Exterior view.
Colorslides.
1966 5

CORN PRODUCTS BUILDING:
aka Century Tower. 201 N. Wells, Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 17.13
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 7

DART, EDWARD D., RESIDENCE, I:
20 Braeburn Ln., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 17.14
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 26
Box.FF 17.14
Interior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 1

EMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1964):
1850 S. Racine Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 17.15
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 15
Box.FF 17.15
Interior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 6

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION:
Rte. 49 & Gary Mill, Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 17.16a
Architectural drawing.
Colorslides.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.16a
Model view.
Colorslides.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.16a
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 8
Box.FF 17.16a
Interior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 9

EVANSTON, CITY OF, PUBLIC PARKING GARAGE:
Evanston, IL.
Box.FF 17.11
Exterior view.
Colorslides.
n.d. 13
Box.FF 17.11
Interior view.
Colorslides.
n.d. 4

FAITH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH:
219 Armitage Ave., Glen Ellyn, IL.
Box.FF 17.16b
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 9
Box.FF 17.16b
Interior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 4

FENTRESS, WENDELL D., RESIDENCE:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 17.17
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1955 6

FIRST SAINT PAUL'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH.
1301 N. La Salle Blvd., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 17.18
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
196? 6
Box.FF 17.18
Interior views.
Colorslides.
196? 9

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH:
950 S. York Rd., Bensenville, IL.
Box.FF 17.19
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1961 9

HEITLER, EMMETT, ESTATE:
Denver, CO.
Box.FF 17.20
Exterior view.
Colorslides.
1988 1

HELLER, WALTER E., RESIDENCE:
799 Highland Pl., Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 17.21
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 17.21
Interior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 2

HENRICH, RICHARD E., RESIDENCE:
24 Brinker Rd., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 17.22
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1962 10
Box.FF 17.22
Interior view.
Colorslides.
1962 1

HOLY APOSTLES GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH:
2501 Wolf Rd., Westchester, IL.
Box.FF 17.23
Architectural drawing.
Colorslide. Floor plan.
1964 1
Box.FF 17.23
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1964 21
Box.FF 17.23
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1964 14

HOLY GHOST CATHOLIC CHURCH:
700 E. 170th St., South Holland, IL.
Box.FF 17.24
Architectural drawing.
Colorslide. Floor plan.
1967 1
Box.FF 17.24
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1967 6
Box.FF 17.24
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1967 10

HOUSE OF PRAYER LUTHERAN CHURCH:
17450 S. Crawford Ave., Country Club Hills, IL.
Box.FF 17.25
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1963 15
Box.FF 17.25
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1963 5

ILLINOIS CREDIT UNION LEAGUE (1961):
1035 S. York Rd., Bensenville, IL.
Box.FF 17.26
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1961 8
Box.FF 17.26
Interior view.
Colorslide.
1961 1

JEL SERT CO., PROCESSING PLANT & GENERAL OFFICES:
25th Ave. & Madison St., Bellwood, IL.
Box.FF 17.27
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1961 3

JOHNSON, ELMER H., RESIDENCE:
10517 S. Seeley Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 17.28
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1957 5
Box.FF 17.28
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1957 6

KING FAISAL SPECIALIST HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH CENTRE (1981):
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Box.FF 17.29
Exterior view.
Colorslide.
1981 1

LAKE FOREST COLLEGE SPORTS CENTER:
Lake Forest, IL.
Box.FF 18.1
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1965 4

LORRANCE ACADEMIC CENTER:
School St. & Brainard Ave., Naperville, IL.
Box.FF 18.2
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1965 6

LOURDES BUILDING:
Sioux Falls, SD.
Box.FF 18.3
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 3

LUCAS, JOSEPH J., RESIDENCE:
701 Euclid House, Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 18.4
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1953 11
Box.FF 18.4
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1953 5

LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ATONEMENT:
909 E. Main St., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 18.5
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1959 7
Box.FF 18.5
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1959 5

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, NORRIS UNIVERSITY CENTER:
Evanston, IL.
Box.FF 18.6
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 18.5
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1959 5

ORB, JOHN A., RESIDENCE:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 18.7
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1956 5

PICKWICK PLACE RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX:
Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 18.8
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1955 6

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:
2525 Ridge Rd., Lansing, IL.
Box.FF 18.9
Architectural drawing.
Colorslide. Floor plan.
1961 1
Box.FF 18.9
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1961 21
Box.FF 18.9
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1961 6

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:
La Porte, IN.
Box.FF 18.10
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1968 3
Box.FF 18.10
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1968 5

REYNOLDS, ROBERT J., RESIDENCE; 307 KINGSBURY AVENUE, HIGHLAND PARK, IL:
307 Kingsbury Ave., Highland Park, IL.
Box.FF 18.11
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1958 35

SAINT AMBROSE EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
Macarthur Dr. & 10th St., Chicago Heights, IL.
Box.FF 18.12
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1959 14
Box.FF 18.12
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1959 21

SAINT AUGUSTINE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
1901 Ellsworth St., Gary, IN.
Box.FF 18.13
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1958 4
Box.FF 18.13
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1958 5

SAINT AUGUSTINE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
1753 Union Harbor St., Benton Harbor, MI.
Box.FF 18.14
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1962 8
Box.FF 18.14
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1962 14

SAINT JOHN OF THE HOLY CROSS:
aka Str. John of the Cross. 4920 Caroline Ave., Western Springs, IL.
Box.FF 18.15
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1977 3
Box.FF 18.15
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1977 6

SAINT LUKE'S METHODIST CHURCH:
100 W. 86th St., Indianapolis, IN.
Box.FF 18.16
Architectural drawings.
Colorslide. Includes floor plans.
1965 3
Box.FF 18.16
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1965 21
Box.FF 18.16
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1965 8

SAINT MARK'S LUTHERAN CHURCH; 31 SOUTH EDGELAWN DRIVE, AURORA, IL:
31 S. Edgelawn Dr., Aurora, IL.
Box.FF 18.17
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1959 14
Box.FF 18.17
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1959 3

SAINT MATTHEW UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST:
1420 S. Gables Blvd., Wheaton, IL.
Box.FF 18.18
Architectural drawing.
Colorslide. Floor plans.
1962 1
Box.FF 18.18
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1962 9
Box.FF 18.18
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1962 8

SAINT MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
647 Dundee Ave., Barrington, IL.
Box.FF 18.19
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1953 10
Box.FF 18.19
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1953 19

SAINT NICHOLAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
1072 Ridge Ave., Elk Grove Village, IL.
Box.FF 18.20
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1963 10
Box.FF 18.20
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1963 7

SAMSONITE CORPORATION OFFICE BUILDING:
11200 E. 45th Ave., Denver, CO.
Box.FF 18.21
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1969 12
Box.FF 18.21
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1969 18

THORNRIDGE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST:
1130 E. 154th St., South Holland, IL.
Box.FF 18.22
Architectural drawings.
Colorslide1. Includes floor plan.
1961 4
Box.FF 18.22
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1961 4
Box.FF 18.22
Interior views.
Colorslides.
1961 3

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH:
Box.FF 18.23
Exterior view.
Colorslide.
n.d. 1

UNITED PARCEL SERVICE:
1400 S. Jefferson, Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 18.24
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1963 5

WATER TOWER PLACE (1976):
845 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL.
Box.FF 18.25
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1976 3
Box.FF 18.25
Interior view.
Colorslide.
1976 1

WEGNER, CHARLES T., III, RESIDENCE:
2 Lochinvar Ln., Oak Brook, IL.
Box.FF 18.26
Exterior views.
Colorslides.
1962 10

MISCELLANEOUS AND UNIDENTIFIED:
Box.FF 18.27
Dart lecture slides: parts 1 and 2.
Colorslides.
1996 141
Box.FF 18.28
Dart lecture slides: miscellaneous.
Colorslides. Lecture slides of models, exterior and interior views for various projects.
n.d. 73
Box.FF 18.29
Unidentified church, interior and exterior views.
Colorslides.
n.d. 3






LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES IX: NEGATIVES

This series is restricted from patron use. Please consult the Archivist for further information.


BEARD, HENRY K., RESIDENCE:
49 Hawthorne Rd., Barrington, IL.
REST
Exterior and interior views.
Colornegatives.
n.d. 1

DART, EDWARD D., RESIDENCE, II (1956):
239 Oak Knoll Rd., Barrington, IL.
REST
Interior views.
Colornegatives.
c.1956 1

EMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1964):
1850 S. Racine Ave., Chicago, IL.
REST
Exterior views.
Black and whitenegatives.
1964 2

INTERSTATE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO., WAREHOUSE & STORE:
1020 Greenwood Ave., Waukegan, IL.
REST
Exterior views.
Black and whitenegatives.
1951 1

NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE, EVANGELICAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY:
School & Loomis Sts., Naperville, IL.
REST
Exterior views.
Black and whitenegatives.
1964 3

OLD TOWN APARTMENT COMPLEX:
1750 N. Clark, Chicago, IL.
REST
Exterior and interior views.
Black and whitenegatives.
1965 3

SAINT LUKE'S METHODIST CHURCH:
100 W. 86th St., Indianapolis, IN.
REST
Exterior view.
Black and whitenegative.
1965 1

SAINT MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH:
647 Dundee Ave., Barrington, IL.
REST
Exterior and construction views.
Black and whitenegatives.
n.d. 2

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, MIDWAY STUDIOS GALLERY (1972):
6016 S. Ingleside Ave., Chicago, IL. Demolished, 2009.
REST
Exterior and interior views.
Black and whitenegatives.
1963 16

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, SHAWNEETOWN APARTMENTS:
Lexington, KY. Thomas P. Edwards & Assoc., architects.
REST
Architectural drawings.
Black and whitenegatives. Floor plans, perspective renderings of interior.
n.d. 4

MISCELLANEOUS AND UNIDENTIFIED:
REST
Unidentified aerial view.
Black and whitenegative.
n.d. 1







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