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Graham, Bruce J., Papers, 1939-2015 (bulk 1960s-1980s)

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Finding Aid Published: 2011

Bruce J. Graham (1925-2010) Papers, 1939-2015 (bulk 1960s-1980s)

Accession Number: 2011.1


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COLLECTION SUMMARY:
TITLE:Bruce J. Graham (1925-2010) Papers, 1939-2015
EXTENT:23.5 linear feet, (27 boxes), 3 portfolios, 2 oversize portfolios, flat file materials, and 1 tube
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:Architect and art collector Bruce Graham's professional career and private life is documented through images, papers, and video tapes. Materials relating to Graham's wife, Jane Graham, and their friends, colleagues, and artistic collaborators are also represented.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:Manuscripts, photocopies, dot matrix printouts, printed papers, typescripts, newsprint, black and white and color photographs, black and white and color slides, color transparencies, color stereo transparencies, color negatives, black and white and color digital prints, color ink jet prints, color laserprints, diazotypes, indirect electrostatic prints, xeroxes, posters, plaques, diploma covers, flag, pamphlets, holographs, sepia-diazo prints, postcardsink on paper, correspondence, drawings, architectural reprographic prints, VHS videocassettes, and DVDs.
ORIGINATION: Graham, Bruce, 1925-2010
Graham, Jane, 1927-2004
ACQUISITION INFORMATION:The majority of this collection was donated by the family of Bruce J. Graham, December, 2011. Additional materials were donated by Patrick Pruchnik in 2013.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
Bruce Graham was born in 1925 in La Cumbre, Colombia of Scottish and Peruvian decent and was raised in Puerto Rico. Graham originally came to the United States in the 1940s to study engineering but, during a stint in the U.S. Navy during World War II, he discovered that his real interest was architecture. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 1948, Graham, following the advice of Mies van der Rohe, worked for several years at the Chicago architectural firm of Holabird, Root & Burgee. In 1951 he joined the Chicago office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill as chief of design and was elected a partner in 1960.

At SOM, Graham earned numerous awards and accolades for his Miesian towers. He led the way in distinguishing Chicago's modern skyline: designing Chicago's first post-great depression high-rise, the landmark Inland Steel building; masterminding its two most iconic structures, the John Hancock Center and the Sears Tower (now Willis Tower), which remain two of the tallest buildings in the world; and peppering the city's downtown grid with notable works such as the Brunswick Building, the Equitable Building, Chicago Civic Center (now the Richard J. Daley Center), Three First National Plaza, Madison Plaza, the pink-granite towers of One Magnificent Mile, and the Quaker Tower. His achievements were not limited to Chicago as Graham designed buildings across the United States and in England; Mexico; Hong Kong; Cairo; Barcelona, Spain; Seoul, South Korea; and elsewhere abroad. Graham was named an honorary member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 1966.

Graham's contributions to the field of architecture reach beyond the high-rise corporate structures upon which he built his reputation. At SOM he innovated new working methods, grouping architects and engineers together to form self-contained/ multiple-disciplinary design teams, integrating both design and engineering into the earliest stages of project conception (a organizational re-structuring inspired by his own successful partnership with noted structural engineer Fazlur Khan). He was instrumental in helping to bring great art to the public spaces he designed, including the Miró sculpture in Chicago's Brunswick Plaza, Calder installations in his Sears Tower and Fourth Financial Center buildings, and the Picasso sculpture in Daley Center Plaza. And he helped produce the visionary Chicago 21 plan of 1973, which directly led to the 1998 transformation of fifty-seven acres of Chicago's downtown into a pedestrian friendly Museum Campus.

Graham led a life of community service and philanthropy. He was president of the Chicago Central Area Committee, a trustee of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a trustee of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. He also was a member of the board of trustees and chairman of the board of overseers of the Graduate School of Fine Arts of the University of Pennsylvania and funded the Bruce J. and Jane J. Graham Professorship in architecture.

In 1989, Graham retired from SOM and moved to Hobe Sound, Florida where he opened a new firm, Graham & Graham, in partnership with his wife of 34 years, Jane Abend Graham. Mrs. Graham, an architect in her own right and a highly influential interior designer, was an important influence on Mr. Graham's work and vision. Jane Graham passed away in 2004. Bruce Graham died in Hobe Sound, Florida on March 6, 2010.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE:
The collection represents Graham in his many roles: architect, collector, civic leader, student, educator, father and friend. Graham's contributions to the field of architecture and design are documented through correspondence, slides, lectures, photographs, and plans. His activities as an influential leader and as a well-traveled lecturer are documented by his own writings and those of his critics and admirers.

ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT:
SERIES I: PROJECT PAPERS. This series of drawings and project notes related to the design and construction of Graham's work is arranged alphabetically by project name.

SERIES II: ARTIST'S PAPERS. This series of papers related to artists associated with Graham and his projects is divided into two sub-series. A. SUBJECT FILES Arranged alphabetically by artist name, this series contains business letters, PR materials, project correspondence, and papers related to commissioned works by Calder, Miró, and Gardy Artigas for Graham designed spaces. B. CORRESPONDENCE This series of personal and professional correspondence between Graham and a number of associated artists is arranged alphabetically by artist name. Of particular note in this collection is a group of letters by Calder to Graham referencing his works for the Sears Tower and Wichita projects.

SERIES III: GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE. Arranged alphabetically by the correspondent's last name, this series includes letters of both a business and personal nature.

SERIES IV: WRITINGS AND LECTURES. This series of speech texts, slide lists, and personal writings by Graham is arranged chronologically by the date of the speech/writing. When no date is known, the papers are alphabetized by either the title or the first five words of the remarks. Included in this series are holograph recounts of Graham's personal and professional life.

SERIES V: PHOTOGRAPHS AND SLIDES. This series of images documents both the architectural output of Graham and his colleagues at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Graham's process of collecting and developing a robust visual vocabulary of architectural styles. The series is divided into two sub-series. A. PROJECTS This series documents Graham's and SOM's projects and proposals as well as a curated collection of buildings by the great architects who influenced Graham and others of his generation. This sub-series is further subdivided into the works of Graham (projects where he is the lead architect, arranged alphabetically by project name); Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (projects/proposals completed during Graham's tenure at SOM, arranged alphabetically by project name); and Other (historically significant buildings not designed by Graham or SOM, arranged alphabetically by architect's name, then by project name). B. OTHER This series of non-project/site specific slides and photographs is subdivided into Graham's professional life and images from his personal interactions. Professional images include associated artists (arranged alphabetically by artist name); group pictures taken at SOM Partners' Meetings and various civic events (grouped by type); and travel of a mixed professional/ personal nature (subdivided further into Partners Meetings (arranged chronologically); Other (photographs from his international travels arranged chronologically by date of travel or, when no date is known, alphabetically by country/state/city (specific locals arranged above general)); and Bound Albums (arranged chronologically by date of travel, some duplication may exist)). Personal images are divided into travel of a personal nature (arranged chronologically); portraits of Bruce Graham (grouped by relative size); portraits of Jane Graham; photos of Jane and Bruce Graham together, and photographs of the Graham children.

SERIES VI: PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL PAPERS. This series documents Grahams various professional and personal affiliations and partnerships and provides some biographical information on Graham's pre-professional life. This series is divided into two sub-series, A. PROFESSIONAL (including awards, certifications, memberships, and printed material related to Graham's partnership at SOM) and B. PERSONAL (including passports, school transcripts, obituary notices, and some materials related to the Graham Foundation). Within each sub-series, materials are arranged alphabetically by subject or document type.

SERIES VII: JANE GRAHAM PAPERS. This series of drawings and papers is divided into three sub-series. A. PROJECT FILES Arranged alphabetically by project name, this series of drawings, photographs, correspondence, and printed papers documents a selection of Jane Graham's interior design projects. B. PROFESSIONAL PAPERS This series, arranged alphabetically by subject/category, contains materials related to Jane Graham's professional career in interior design. Included in the collection are furniture design papers, professional certifications, and PR material for select projects. C. CORRESPONDENCE This series, arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name, is a collection of Mrs. Graham's personal and professional correspondence. Of note are letters from the artist and family friend Chryssa.

SERIES VIII: PRINTED PAPERS. Contains printed materials by and about Graham, SOM, and their collective output. The series is sub-divided into seven sub-series. A. PROJECTS, A-Z This series of site specific articles, presentation and promotional materials, and reports is arranged alphabetically by project name. B. VARIOUS PROJECTS This series of articles and bound items that reference Graham and/or SOM projects is arranged alphabetically by subject/topic. C. ABOUT SOM This series of articles and books documenting Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is arranged alphabetically by bibliographic citation. Various clippings, from newspapers and magazines, collected by Graham are organized in a rough chronological order at the end of the series. D. BY BRUCE GRAHAM A small collection of general interest articles written by Graham. E. ABOUT BRUCE GRAHAM This is a collection of articles profiling Graham and arranged in chronological order. F. INTERVIEWS WITH BRUCE GRAHAM Arranged chronologically, this series documents the numerous interviews Graham granted over his professional career. G. MISCELLANEOUS An assortment of articles and papers, covering a variety of topics, collected by Graham and arranged alphabetically by subject/topic.

SERIES IX: AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS. This series of recordings is divided into two sub-series. A. PROJECT RELATED This series, arranged alphabetically by title, collects audio and video recordings which reference or document buildings designed by Graham. B. INTERVIEW WITH GRAHAM Arranged chronologically, this series collects audio and video recordings of Graham interviews.

CONTROLLED ACCESS POINTS:
This collection and other related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs:
Graham, Bruce, 1925-2010
Graham, Jane, 1927-2004
Graham, Bruce, 1925-2010--Archives
Graham, Bruce, 1925-2010---Correspondence
Gardy Artigas, Joan, 1938-
Calder, Alexander, 1898-1976
Miró, Joan, 1893-1983
Adami, Valerio, 1935-
Valentine, DeWain, 1936-
Chryssa, 1933-
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Graham & Graham
Chicago Central Area Committee
Architecture--Study and teaching--United States--History--Sources
Architecture--United States--20th century--Sources
Architects--United States--Archives
Architecture, Modern--20th century--Designs and plans
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill--Bibliography
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill--Criticism and interpretation
Architecture, Modern--20th century--Sources
Graham, Bruce, 1925-2010--Criticism and interpretation
Sears Tower (Chicago, Ill.)
John Hancock Center (Chicago, Ill.)
Architectural Photography
Architecture--United States--Photographs
City planning--United States--History--Sources
City planning--Illinois--Chicago--History--Sources

ABBREVIATIONS:
AbbreviationDefinition
AICArt Institute of Chicago
BJGBruce John Graham
SOMSkidmore, Owings & Merrill
BOX.FFBox #, Folder #
c.circa
Flatf.Flatfile
n.d.not dated
OPOversize Portfolio
Portf.Portfolio
PPPartially Processed

RELATED MATERIALS IN THE RYERSON AND BURNHAM ARCHIVES, THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO:
Historic Architecture and Landscape Image Collection: Modern c.1940-, 2008.3. This collection contains images of major works by Graham, including the John Hancock Center and the Sears Tower. Oral history of Bruce John Graham / interviewed by Betty J. Blum, compiled under the auspices of the Chicago Architects Oral History Project, the Ernest R. Graham Study Center for Architectural Drawings, Department of Architecture, the Art Institute of Chicago, 720.973 G738o. History taken in 1997 at Graham's Florida home.

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

ACCESS RESTRICTIONS:
Portions of this collection are restricted; wherever possible, surrogate copies are provided for patron use, as noted in the series listings. 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, patrons are requested to 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:
Bruce Graham Papers, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago.

PROCESSING INFORMATION:
This collection was processed by Orly Fried in 2012, Heather Tennison in 2013, Aaron Rutt in 2014 and Laura Kranz in 2016.

ITEM INVENTORY:
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SERIES I: PROJECT PAPERS



600 THIRD AVE (New York, NY):
Flatf. 26.3
42nd floor free standing circular desk, woodwork shop drawings.
Diazotypes. Plans, elevations, and sections of circular desk and circular credenza. John Langenbacher Co, Inc, Architectural Woodwork, Bronx, New York. Drawings by Richard K. Alfred Easton Poor, architect.
02/25/1971 3

BRUNSWICK BUILDING (Chicago, IL):
Flatf. 26.3
Ground floor plan.
Diazotype. With identified exhibition spaces provided to Pierre Matisse and Miró. Labeled in French and English.
06/18/1963 1

CHICAGO CENTRAL AREA PLAN (Chicago, IL):
Box.FF 1.3
"Chicago Area Central Plan."
Printed papers.
1983 1

FOURTH FINANCIAL CENTER (Wichita, KS):
Flatf. 26.3
Cafeteria woodwork shop drawings.
Diazotypes some with notations/corrections in black felt tip pen and graphite. Layouts, elevations, and details for settee, tray dispenser, and seating unit. John Langenbacher Co, Inc, Architectural Woodwork, Bronx, New York. Job number 73-80; drawings numbered 11-13a.
06/21/1974 4

GRAHAM, BRUCE J., RESIDENCE (2215 N. Cleveland Ave., Chicago, IL):
Box.FF 1.1
Drawings.
Manuscript and photocopy. Includes original sketches, primary floor and elevation plans, and four alternative plans of the second floor.
n.d. 4

GRAHAM, BRUCE J., RESIDENCE (Loblolly Bay, Hobe Sound, FL):
Box.FF 1.2
Textual records.
Photocopies and dot matrix printouts. Includes budget reports, component sample sheets, and cabinetry component list.
05/05/1986-08/06/1987 10
Flatf. 26.3
Kitchen, laundry, and vanity cabinet shop drawings.
Diazotypes, some with graphite notations/corrections. Plans. Thomas Jon Rosengren, Inc, Architects, Techline Systems.
04/14/1986-05/14/1986 4
RT 84
Stone and granite surfaces shop drawings.
Diazotypes, some with notations/corrections in red, yellow and/or black felt tip pen, graphite, and red pencil. Plans and details for stone pavers, countertops, shower stall, and bath tub. Carlos Campolonghi, Massa, Italy. Drawings numbered 1A-4A. Two copies of drawing 4A, one with notations/corrections in red pencil. Drawing 2A with hand drawn shower stall door detail.
06/09/1986 5
Flatf. 26.3
Stairway plan, elevations, and balustrade detail.
Diazotype. Project number 87-3 67.
07/02/1987 1
Flatf. 26.3
Interior woodwork shop drawings.
Diazotypes with notations/corrections in black felt tip pen. First and second floor plans; sections, elevations, details, and hardware schedules for bookcases, credenzas, tables, and headboard. John Langenbacher Co, Inc, Architectural Woodwork, Bronx, New York. Drawings by Randy Mahncke and E. Thompson. Drawings numbered A-1 and F-1-F-4, stapled together at right edge, and marked "2nd submittal" in red felt tip pen. All drawings signed and approved as noted on 08/06/1987 except F-3 which is heavily notated and contains a re-drawn section in black felt tip pen.
07/02/1987 5
RT 84
Stairway shop drawing.
Diazotype. Stair elevation, section, plan, and details. Drafting received 09/25/1987. Sign off dated 10/06/1987. Zepsa Woodworking, Inc. Drawn by Y.B.
09/21/1987 1
Flatf. 26.3
Plans and elevations for second floor closets.
Diazotype. Graham & Graham Architecture and Interior Design.
n.d. 1

HYATT HOTEL PROJECTS:
Box.FF 1.4
Drawings.
Photocopy. Includes typical guestroom floor plans for three Hyatt Hotels: Regency Cairo, Regency Lima, and Intendance Bay.
n.d. 1

KING ABDUL AZIZ UNIVERSITY (Mecca, Saudi Arabia):
RT 84
Floor plans.
Indirect electrostatic prints, xeroxes. One marked "final" in blue pencil.
n.d. 3

KING'S CROSS (London, England):
Box.FF 1.5
Master Plan for King's Cross, London Regeneration Consortium PLC; MAY 6, 1988.
Printed papers. SOM's presentation of "Proposals for the King Cross Development Area" in an eight part printed book; prepared for the LRC PLC and noted "private and confidential." Includes numerous color images, maps, and diagrams.
1988 1

NATIONAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, HOME OFFICE BUILDING (Nashville, TN):
Box.FF 1.13
"SOM News," issue 60.
Printed papers. Includes 15 pages of plans and a 2 page essay for building at 312 8th Avenue North, Nashville, Tennessee Gift of Patrick Pruchnik, 2013.
03/1967 1

ONE CHASE MANHATTAN [BANK] PLAZA (New York, NY):
Flatf. 26.3
47th floor cafeteria, woodwork shop drawings.
Diazotypes. Plans and elevations of woodwork in cafeteria, details of banquette in dining room. John Langenbacher Co, Inc, Architectural Woodwork, Bronx, New York. Job number 72-03; drawings numbered 4-5.
04/06/1972 2

ONE LIBERTY PLAZA (New York, NY):
Flatf. 26.3
Office furniture shop drawings.
Diazotypes. Plans, elevations, and details of executive and secretarial desks and cube cabinet. John Langenbacher Co, Inc, Architectural Woodwork, Bronx, New York. Job number 71-13; drawings numbered 1-3.
08/25/1971 3






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SERIES II: ARTIST'S PAPERS



SUBJECT FILES:
CALDER, ALEXANDER.
Box.FF 1.7
Sears Tower & Wichita commissions.
Manuscript, Typescript papers, andphotocopy. Correspondence.
10/1972-05/1974 10
Box.FF 1.8
Jet/Birthday Trip.
Typescript papers, photocopy, and newsprint. Includes press and planning correspondence for Calder's 75th birthday multi-city party.
10-11/1973 4
Box.FF 1.9
Calder Festival: committee correspondence.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Includes Committee stationary sample.
08-10/1974 29
Box.FF 1.10
Calder Festival: finance correspondence.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Lists associated corporations and institutions.
08-09/1974 23
Box.FF 1.11
Calder Festival: parade public relations.
Typescript papers, photocopy, black and white photographs, and printed papers. Materials largely about "Schlitz 40-Horse Hitch." Includes October 1974 issue of "The Art Gallery Magazine" with coverage of the festival on pages 18-22.
c. 1974 12
Box.FF 1.12
Calder Festival: schedules & invitations.
Manuscript, Typescript papers, andphotocopy. Includes coordinating invitations mailed for different events (dedications, dinners, etc.) during the festival.
1974 11

GARDY ARTIGAS, JOAN.
Box.FF 1.6
St. Christopher Catholic Church, Hobe Sound, Florida.
Manuscript, typescript papers, photocopy, and printed papers. Includes two copies of a booklet about Artigas as the designer of St. Christopher's stained glass windows.
10/1992, 05/2003, n.d. 4

MIRÓ, JOAN.
All materials relate to: BRUNSWICK BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 2.1
Sketches and spatial planning.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and ink on paper. Initial correspondence between Graham, Pierre Matisse, and Miró. Correspondence in Spanish and French.
1964 10
Box.FF 2.2
Project correspondence and documentation.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Includes discussions of project sponsorship, meeting agendas and minutes, and notes for drafting the artist's contract. Some material in French.
1975-10/1980 17
Box.FF 2.3
Project correspondence and documentation.
Typescript papers, photocopy, and printed papers. Includes copies of Art-in-the-Center, Inc. foundational documents (articles of incorporation, IRS tax exemption, etc.); marked-up drafts of lease agreement between Art-in-the-Center and the Brunswick Building; drafts of contract between Art-in-the-Center and Gallerie Maeght; progress reports, including discussions of concrete color; and letters to capital sponsors. Includes November 1980 edition of "l'art vivant chroniques. Some material in French. Some correspondence in Spanish."
11-12/1980 27
Box.FF 2.4
Project correspondence and documentation.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy. Correspondence re: transportation of sculpture parts, progress of the dedication committee, and issued in the construction contract; continued lease negotiations between Art-in-the-Center and the Brunswick Building; Graham's notes for Barcelona meeting; and copy of artist's contract. Some material in French. Some correspondence in Spanish.
01/1981 16
Box.FF 2.5
Project correspondence and documentation.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Copy of final draft of lease agreement between Art-in-the-Center and the Brunswick Building; copy of construction contract; correspondence re: transportation of sculpture elements, Miró week/dedication activities, Gardy-Artigas' travel to Chicago for tile installation, and capital sponsors/sponsorship; construction budget; and progress reports. Includes copy of Robert Campbell's article "Homage to a Catalonian: A personal view of AIA gold medalist Josep Louis Sert. Some correspondence in Spanish."
02/1981 26
Box.FF 2.6
Project correspondence and documentation.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Materials related to the dedication ceremony and Miró Week events (including transcriptions of dedication ceremony remarks, official invitations, guest lists, etc.); final budget for the Miró sculpture and tracking of pledges/contributions; and correspondence re: issues of copyright and reproduction rights. Some correspondence in Spanish.
03-04/1981 43
Box.FF 2.7
Project correspondence and documentation.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Correspondence re: lighting, drainage, plantings, and donor plaque/braille plaque at the Miró sculpture site and reimbursements for notable travelers to dedication ceremony; copy of itemized bill from Galería Maeght; final donor list for plaque; and a note from AIC sculpture conservator re: paint removal from sculpture; and information on pledge. Some correspondence in Spanish and French.
05/1981-03/1982 25
Box.FF 2.8
"14 years late, Chicago welcomes Miró sculpture" .
Printed papers. Article clipped from the Chicago Tribune..
04/19/1981 1


CORRESPONDENCE:
Box.FF 3.1
Adami, Valerio, 1935- .
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy.
1973-1980 10
Box.FF 3.4
Artists, A-Z.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy. Includes exhibition brochures from art galleries.
n.d. 25
Calder, Alexander, 1898-1976.
Box.FF 3.5
Calder to Graham, copies.
Color photographs. Reproductions of correspondence between Calder and Graham, some referencing the Sears Tower & Wichita projects.
1972-1975 37
REST
Calder to Graham.
Manuscript. Includes original letters. Later correspondence between Calder and Graham, some referencing the Sears Tower & Wichita projects. THESE MATERIALS ARE RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONSULT WITH THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. PHOTOCOPIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR USE IN BOX.FF 3.5.
1972-1975 20
Box.FF 3.8
Chryssa (Vardea Navromichali) to Graham.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy. Materials include a copy of Chryssa's Last Will and Testament which has been removed to a restricted file. Greek-American sculptor listed in the Index to artistic biography, 1981 as Chryssa Vardea Navromichali.
1978-1988 15
REST
Last Will and Testament of Chryssa Vardea.
Photocopy. Copy of Chryssa's Last Will and Testament, originally filed with the artist's correspondence. THESE MATERIALS ARE RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONSULT WITH THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
1981 1
Box.FF 3.2
Gardy Artigas to B. Graham.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy. Joan Gardy Aritgas (also called Joanet) is the son of Josep Llorens Artigas.
1988-1989 4
Box.FF 3.3
Hummer, Phil to Gardy Artigas.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and color photographs. Includes photographs from the Artigas Foundation and a Sears Tower exhibit in Chicago.
1999 14
Box.FF 3.6
Speyer, A. James.
Typescript papers and photocopy. AIC curator for 20th Century Painting and Sculpture.
1975-1983 5
Box.FF 3.7
Valentine, DeWain, 1936- .
Typescript papers and photocopy. References to projects for Baxter and Kirkland & Ellis sites.
1973-1981 17






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SERIES III: GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE


Box.FF 3.9
General, A-C.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy.
n.d. 19
Box.FF 3.10
General, H-M.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy.
n.d. 24
Box.FF 3.11
General, O-W.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy.
n.d. 19






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SERIES IV: WRITINGS AND LECTURES


Box.FF 5.1
[ "Structure and form create human activity...," ] to the Building Research Institute, Windows and Glass conference.
Photocopy. Speech text and slide list.
11/15/1956 1
Box.FF 5.2
"Movable Partitions" .
Photocopy. Speech text.
09/03/1957 1
Box.FF 5.3
"Structural Sandwich Design," notes.
Photocopy. Two copies of speech text.
12/13/1957 2
Box.FF 5.4
[ "Mies Van der Rohe," ] to the Columbia University Faculty Club.
Typescript papers. Speech text.
04/03/1961 1
Box.FF 5.5
Three talks given to the Florida Association of Architects, Boca Raton, Florida.
Photocopy and typescript papers. Speech texts and copy of Thursday, November 9 address.
11/09 - 11/10/1961 4
Box.FF 5.6
[ "It is very difficult to discuss the validity for the design of a teacup...," ] to the National Society of Interior Designers at the Merchants & Manufacturers Club.
Photocopy. Speech text.
06/16/1964 1
Box.FF 5.7
"Chicago's New Architecture," to the Adult Education Council of Greater Chicago, National Design Center at Marina City.
Photocopy. Three copies of speech text.
03/10/1965 3
Box.FF 5.8
[ "There are many aspects to architecture...," ] to Cranbrook Academy, Michigan."
Photocopy. Speech text.
06/08/1965 1
Box.FF 5.9
[ "There are many aspects to architecture...," ] given in Cleveland, Ohio.
Photocopy Speech text and outline.
11/11/1965 1
Box.FF 5.10
"Architecture in the Next Twenty (20) Years," to the Manitoba Association of Architects, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Correspondence, typescript papers, and photocopy. Two copies of speech text.
01/20-01/21/1966 2
Box.FF 5.11
[ "There are a great many problems in architecture today...," ]to the NSGA-NRMCA Association.
Correspondence and photocopy. Speech text.
02/10/1966 1
Box.FF 5.12
[ "There has been an apparent change in policy...," ] to the MHPC, Art Institute.
Typescript papers. Statement text.
02/11/1966 1
Box.FF 5.13
"The Future of Glass in Buildings," to the Building Research Institute, Washington, D.C.
Correspondence and typescript papers. Two copies of speech text.
11/15-11/17/1966 2
Box.FF 5.14
"Alternatives in Design," to the AIA, Memphis, Tenn.
Photocopy. Speech text.
12/13/1966 1
Box.FF 5.15
[ "The design and construction of any building involves many disciplines...," ] to the AIA, Chicago Chapter.
Photocopy. Three copies of speech text.
01/11/1967 3
Box.FF 5.16
[ "This conference will hear a variety of specialists...," ] to the Lighting Commission, Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C., 6/19/1967.
Photocopy. Speech text.
06/13/1967 1
Box.FF 5.17
[ "The planning process of any community...," ]to the Evanston Plan Commission Meeting.
Photocopy. Speech text.
09/06/1967 1
Box.FF 5.18
[ "Mr. Hackler asked me to present for discussion today...," ] to the AIA Seminar, Peoria, IL.
Photocopy. Speech text.
09/16/1967 1
Box.FF 5.19
Rough draft of "Automation," to the AIA, North Carolina.
Typescript papers. Draft of speech text.
10/1967 1
Box.FF 5.20
"I.C. Air Rights Speech," to the University of Chicago, Loop Building.
Photocopy. Speech text.
10/23/1967 1
Box.FF 5.21
"Optimization Program for High Rise Buildings," to the Washington University, School of Architecture, St. Louis, MO.
Photocopy. Speech text.
03/04/1968 1
Box.FF 5.22
[ "My discussion will be limited to the present status of computer technology...," ] to Yale University.
Photocopy. Speech text.
04/18/1968 1
Box.FF 5.23
[ "The story of high rise structures begins...," ] to the Junior League of Chicago.
Photocopy. Speech text.
04/23/1970 1
Box.FF 5.24
[ "A recent article in Time Magazine...," ] to the AIA, Wisconsin Chapter, Madison, Wisconsin.
Photocopy. Speech text.
10/27/1970 1
Box.FF 5.25
"Some Objectives for the Technological Man," to the Symposium on the Use of Computers for Environmental Engineering Related to Buildings, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 11/30 - 12/2/1970.
Correspondence and photocopy. Includes multiple copies of speech text.
11/30/1970 2
Box.FF 5.26
[ "It is very difficult to talk about trends...," ] to the Producer's Council, Inc.
Photocopy. Speech text.
03/18/1971 1
Box.FF 5.27
[ "I find great difficulty in addressing you here today...," ] given in Harrogate, England.
Manuscript and photocopy. Includes speech text and BJG notes.
04/29/1971 1
Box.FF 5.28
[ "I find discussing housing a very interesting subject...," ] to the Adlai Stevenson Institute of International Affairs.
Photocopy. Two copies of speech text.
11/17/1971 1
Box.FF 5.29
"A Rational Approach to Tall Buildings," to the Society of Automotive Engineers, John Deere Dubuque Tractor Works, Dubuque, Iowa.
Photocopy. Copy of ASE Winter Meeting program with biography of Graham.
01/25/1973 1
Box.FF 5.30
[ "Architecture must draw from a management buff..." ].
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy. May include drafts of other speeches on the topic of management/organization.
04/28/1973 3
Box.FF 5.31
[ "I was very pleased with the invitation to speak...," ] given in Mainz, Germany.
Photocopy. Includes two copies of speech text and slide list.
11/07/1973 2
Box.FF 5.32
"Cities," to the AIA Regional Conference.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Includes two copies of speech text (one with edits in red ink).
10/17/1974 1
Box.FF 5.33
"Distinguished Friends of Gordon, " a toast to Gordon Bunshaft.
Correspondence, manuscript, and photocopy. Initial draft and two copies of final toast given at Bunshaft's retirement from SOM.
11/09/1979 2
Box.FF 6.1
[ "First, I must thank Mr. Takeshi Konishi for his invitation..." ], Japan.
Typescript papers.
1980 1
Box.FF 6.2
[ "I was invited to speak to you regarding some ideas..." ], Real Estate Board of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.
Photocopy. Includes speech text and BJG annotations.
03/13/1980 1
Box.FF 6.3
[ "When the president..." ], AIA Building Awards Ceremony, Chicago Chapter.
Photocopy. Speech text.
09/04/1980 1
Box.FF 6.4
[ "Dr. Fazlur R. Khan (Eulogy - April 2, 1982)" ].
Photocopy.
04/02/1982 1
Box.FF 6.5
"Chicago Architect's as Planners" , Arts Club.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Includes edited draft and speech text.
10/25/1982 2
Box.FF 6.6
"CANEUXS '82" , CANEUXS: High Tech, High Touch, Toronto, Canada, 10/28-10/30/82.
Correspondence, typescript papers, and photocopy. Includes speech text, hotel confirmation slip, conference brochure, and letters from CANEUXS and AIA.
10/29/1982 2
Box.FF 6.7
"Westbourne / RIBA Lecture" , RIBA Events, 1982 - 83, Westbourne/RIBA Lecture on Interior Design, Jarvis Theatre, England.
Correspondence, typescript papers, photocopy, and manuscript. Includes speech text, planning correspondence between RIBA and BJG, lecture guest list and agenda.
09/07/1982-07/28/1983 7
Box.FF 6.8
"Westbourne / RIBA Lecture" , Royal Institute of British Architects, England.
Correspondence, typescript papers, manuscript, and photocopy. Includes three copies of speech text (one with BJG edits); slide list; correspondence between RIBA and BJG; and BJG additions to speech.
05/17/1983-08/18/1983 5
Box.FF 6.9
[ "1983 Chicago Central Area Plan" ], CCA Plan Luncheon Presentation, The Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois.
Photocopies. Includes one copy of alternate, ungiven speech, three copies of final speech, and slide list.
05/26/1983 5
Box.FF 6.10
[ "The Chicago Central Area Plan..." ], Know Your Chicago, U of C Office of Continuing Education, Cultural Center.
Correspondence and photocopy. Speech text.
09/01-09/07/1983 1
Box.FF 6.11
[ "The design of cites is the next challenge..." ], Perimeter Center, University of New Mexico.
Manuscript and photocopy. Includes slide list with comments and hand written comments by BJG.
10/31/1983 1
Box.FF 6.12
[ "It is a great pleasure... see the birth of the last project..." ], Onterie Center Ground Breaking, Chicago, 12/14/1983.
Correspondence and photocopy. Includes slide list, photocopied images of the slides presented, speech text, and event agenda.
12/12-12/14/1983 1
Box.FF 6.13
[ "Last May, the Chicago Central Area Committee..." ], CCAC Annual Meeting.
Photocopy. Includes speech text and slide list.
03/12/1984 1
Box.FF 6.14
[ "There's a thread to Art which is woven..." ], PDC - 2, Los Angeles.
Photocopy. Includes speech text and slide list.
03/23/1984 1
Box.FF 6.15
[ "We have gone in America through a period of 150 years..." ], Urban Land Institute Meeting, Boston, 10/19/1984.
Correspondence and photocopy. Two copies of speech text.
09/08-10/19/1984 2
Box.FF 6.16
"An Architectural Vision for the 1992 Chicago World's Fair" , Architects' Dinner, Century Club, New York.
Photocopy. Includes slide list and speech text.
11/26/1984 1
Box.FF 6.17
[ "Chicago today suffers from..." ], Forum Panel: "Chicago's Future -- Boom or Bust?" The Economic Club of Chicago, 3/14/1985.
Correspondence, typescript papers, manuscript, newsprint, and photocopy. Includes two copies of speech text, copies of notes sent with copies of the speech text (with original letters of congratulations from recipients), and a Tribune newspaper clipping from his speech.
03/10-04/01/1985 4
Box.FF 6.18
[ "This year as in every year..." ], CCAC Annual Meeting of Contributors.
Photocopy. Copy of speech text.
04/08/1985 1
Box.FF 6.19
[ "The Monumental American Skytower: The Next Age of the Baroque" ], NEOCON 17, (UIA & AIA) Merchandise Mart, Chicago, 6/11- 6/14/1985.
Correspondence and photocopy. Includes invitation to speak, agenda, and guest list. Materials do not include his speech.
04/02-06/08/1985 2
Box.FF 6.20
[ "Deal Structuring and New Financing Techniques for the Mid '80's" ], Laventhol & Horwath, Midwest Real Estate Conference, 6/13/1985 Luncheon.
Correspondence and photocopy. Includes confirmation letter, preliminary schedule of conference events, and speech text.
04/15-06/13/1985 2
Box.FF 6.21
"Chicago Architects and Their Impact" , Museum of Science and Industry; Lecture Series, 10/13/1985 - 1/12/1986.
Correspondence, typescript papers, and photocopy. Includes two copies of speech text and information about Graham's work in the connected exhibition, "150 Years of Chicago Architecture."
08/08-10/29/1985 5
Box.FF 6.22
[ "There has been a dramatic change over the last 40 years..." ], Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
Photocopy. Speech text.
10/29/1985 1
Box.FF 7.1
[ "In the last fifteen years it has become fashionable..." ], Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, Chicago.
Correspondence and photocopy. Includes speech text, correspondence with NYT's Paul Goldberger, and a copy of Goldberger's "talk" from the same conference.
01/08-01/10/1986 2
Box.FF 7.2
[ "Canary Wharf" ], English Heritage Commission.
Photocopy. Includes copy of speech text and two copies of slide list.
01/17-01/20/1986 3
Box.FF 7.3
[ "Tall Buildings" ], Smithsonian Institution.
Photocopy. Includes speech text with slide identification.
04/21/1986 1
Box.FF 7.4
"Historical Speech" , Chicago Central Area Committee (CCAC).
Correspondence and photocopy. Includes draft of speech text, with BJG notations, and a copy of the final version.
04/29-05/12/1986 1
Box.FF 7.5
[ "On the Occasion of the Announcement of the SOM Foundation Institute and its First Director" ], Announcement.
Photocopy. Speech text.
09/25/1986 1
Box.FF 7.6
"A Search for Civility" , Elliot Noyes Visiting Critic Lecture, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, 10/29/1986.
Photocopy. Includes BJG edited draft of speech and slide list, two copies of final speech, final slide list, and Harvard GSD News article "Bruce Graham's Search for Civility" , Jan/Feb 1987.
10/17/1986-02/1987 2
Box.FF 7.7
[ "Architecture of Historic and Modern Civilizations" ], The University Club.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Includes speech text, on cards, and slide list.
10/27/1988 2
Box.FF 7.8
"Tower Structures" , Hyde Chair of Excellence Endowment, Program of Visiting Professionals; College of Architecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Photocopy.
01/23/1991 1
Box.FF 7.9
"Structure and Democratic Urbanism" , Graduate School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
Photocopy. Postcard announcing the lecture and reception sent to Graham in Florida.
02/19/1992 1
Box.FF 7.10
[ "Short statement on the position I have taken in architecture..." ], DisenoInterior Globus/Comunicacion, Madrid.
Correspondence and dot matrix printout. Includes copies of statement and cover letter addressed to Soledad Lorenzo of Globus/Comunicacion.
03/12-03/16/1992 1
Box.FF 7.11
[ "Slide Lists for Presentations" ], various locations and audiences.
Correspondence, typescript papers, and photocopy. Some slide lists are paired with additional materials regarding the lecture, such as correspondence and information on the event.
02/19/1982-05/05/1992, n.d. 22
Box.FF 7.12
[ "Commencement Speech" ], Graduation, Class of 1995, Graduate School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Two copies of speech text.
05/22/1995 2
Box.FF 7.13
[ "Acceptance of AIA's 25-Year Award honoring the John Hancock Center" ], AAF & AIA Accent on Architecture Gala, Washington, DC, 1999.
Printed papers and manuscripts. Includes notes for speech and gala invitation.
02/06/1999 3
Box.FF 7.14
[ "Architecture is the most truthful record of the historical past..." ].
Photocopy and manuscript. Notated speech text.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.15
[ "As an architect... what school you masters of the future should attend." ], Graduation of Graham's daughter, Mara, University of Pennsylvania.
Manuscript.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.16
[ "The City / Architecture" ], draft.
Photocopy. Draft of speech text.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.17
[ "The City - Development, Problems, Solutions" ].
Photocopy. Speech text.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.18
[ "Completion of Burnham Plan - Burnham Harbor and further definition of Grant Park" ], CAAC to Mayor Daley.
Correspondence and photocopy. Copy of remarks.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.19
[ "Complexity of the inter-relationships of disciplines within an architectural office for a project..." ].
Typescript papers. Copy of remarks.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.20
[ "Construction of a New Bank Building Complex in the city of Columbus" ], The Ohio National Bank.
Typescript papers. Notated speech text.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.21
[ "...the form of architecture has developed..." ].
Photocopy. Copy of speech text.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.22
"Goals of an Architect" .
Manuscript.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.23
[ "Personal Memories" ].
Manuscript. Autobiographical hand written recounts of his life on yellow legal ruled pad of paper.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 7.24
[ "Pre-stressed Concrete" ], Vancouver, British Columbia.
Photocopy. Copy of speech text.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.25
[ "...a review of the history of S.O.M. seen through my eyes and my work." ].
Typescript papers. Speech text.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 7.26
[ "SOM Proposal to Create a Consortium on the Housing Industry" ].
Photocopy. Speech text.
n.d. 1






LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES V: PHOTOGRAPHS AND SLIDES



PROJECTS:
GRAHAM, BRUCE J.
ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANK, CAIRO, EGYPT.
Box.FF 8.1
Various views.
Color photographs and color slides. K & S, photographer. Includes phase I and phase II floor plan, presentation rendering, and completed interior and exterior views.
1987-1990, n.d. 22
ARTIGAS, JOSEP LLORENS, FOUNDATION STUDIO, GALLIFA, SPAIN.
Box.FF 8.2
Various views.
Color slides. Includes site plan and interior and exterior views.
n.d. 48
BANCO DE OCCIDENTE, GUATEMALA CITY, GUATEMALA.
Box.FF 8.3
Various views.
Color slides. Nick Wheeler, Wheeler Photographics, photographer. Includes floor plan and interior and exterior views. Some slides identified as "Zone 1" or "Zone 9." Some slides numbered "6654A-###," "6654B-###," or "6654c-###."
n.d. 27
BAXTER TRAVENOL INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, DEERFIELD, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 8.4
Plans, interior and exterior views.
Black and white and color  slides. Ezra Stoller and Hedrich-Blessing, photographers. Includes photos of central building 2nd floor plan, site plan rendering, and interior and exterior views. Some slides numbered "6370-###."
10/1987, n.d. 14
OP 1.1
Panoramic exterior view.
Mounted black and white photograph. Steve Grubman, photographer.
n.d. 1
BOOTS DRUG COMPANY HEADQUARTERS, NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND.
Box.FF 8.5
Various views.
Black and white and color slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes first floor plan and interior and exterior views. Some slides numbered 6001-###.
04/1968, n.d. 17
BROADGATE CENTER, EXCHANGE HOUSE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
Box.FF 8.6
Planning and construction.
Black and white and color slides. Ben Altman, Sadin Photo Group, and Hedrich-Blessing, photographers. Includes models, floor and site plans, sections, and computer modeling.
1982-1990 233
Box.FF 8.7
Post-construction.
Black and white and color slides. Wordsearch, Alan Williams, and John Davies, photographers. Interior and exterior views.
04-11/1990, n.d. 63
BRUNSWICK BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 8.8
Architecture.
Black and white photographs and color slides. AAA Photographers, Frank Weiss, Bill Engdahl, photographers. Includes photographs of floor plans, presentation model, construction, and completed interiors and exteriors.
1964, n.d. 19
Box.FF 8.9
Miró Sculpture.
Color photographs and color slide. Hedrich-Blessing and Miró studio, photographers. Includes instant photographs of a maquette for Miró's future plaza sculpture.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 8.10
Photography sent to Matisse and Miró.
Black and white photographs and printed papers. Bill Engdahl, Suter, and Bill Hedrich, photographers.
1964 8
BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE (BMA) CO. OF AMERICA BUILDING, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
Box.FF 8.11
Plans and interior and exterior views.
Black and white and color slides. K & S and Ezra Stoller, photographers. Includes site and typical floor plans and interior and exterior views. Slides numbered 6298-###. Also known as One Park Place.
n.d. 7
OP 1.4
Interior and exterior views.
Mounted black and white photographs.
n.d. 3
CANARY WHARF, LONDON, ENGLAND.
Box.FF 8.12
Various views.
Color photographs, color slides, and printed papers. Includes aerial photograph of construction site and photos/scans of models and renderings.
n.d. 17
CENTRAL MISSOURI TRUST COMPANY, MOTOR BANK, JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI.
Box.FF 11.5
Interior and exterior views.
Color slides.
n.d. 3
OP 1.3
Exterior views.
Mounted black and white photographs.
n.d. 2
Flatf. 26.6
Exterior view.
Matted color photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Signed by artist at lower right corner.
n.d. 1
CENTRAL TRUST CENTER, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Box.FF 8.13
Various views.
Color photographs and slides. Nick Wheeler, photographer.
1979, n.d. 9
CHICAGO CENTRAL AREA PLAN, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 8.14
Various views.
Color slides. Includes maps, renderings, and aerial photographs of Chicago.
n.d. 24
CHICAGO PLACE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 8.15
Various views.
Color photographs, color slides and printed papers. Hedrich-Blessing and VTI Communications, photographers. Includes copy of floor plan noting rentable square footage. Includes interior and exterior views. Also known as 700 N. Michigan
n.d. 9
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 8.16
Various views.
Black and white photographs and color slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes interior and exterior views and images of ground floor and site plans. Also known as the "Dearborn East Project" .
1963, n.d. 8
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, TRAINING CENTER, HENRIETTA, NEW YORK.
Box.FF 8.17
Various views.
Black and white and color slides. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 11
EQUITABLE BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 11.16
Interior and exterior views.
Black and white and color photographs. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
n.d. 4
OP 1.4
Exterior views.
Mounted black and white photographs.
n.d. 2
FOURTH FINANCIAL CENTER, WICHITA, KANSAS.
Renamed Bank of America Financial Center.
Box.FF 8.18
Architecture.
Color and black and white slides. Includes interior view and photos of street level and typical level plans.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 8.19
Calder mobile.
Color photographs and color slide. Installation views.
07/1975 8
GRAHAM, BRUCE J., RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 9.1
Various views.
Color slides. Includes slides of Jane and Bruce Graham. Residence located at 2215 North Cleveland Avenue.
09/1989 42
GREAT LAKES NAVAL TRAINING CENTER (BUILDINGS 42 AND 521), LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 9.2
Various views.
Black and white photographs and black and white and color slides. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Includes interiors and exteriors of the Gunners Mate (GM), Service School building, and the Fire Control Technician building(FT). Includes exteriors of the Hostess House (now the Great Lakes Naval Museum).
n.d. 12
GRUPO ALFA HEADQUARTERS, MONTERREY, MEXICO.
Box.FF 9.3
Various views.
Color slides. Includes photos of plans, models, and renderings. Includes interior and exterior construction photos. Some slides numbered.
n.d. 23
JOHN HANCOCK CENTER, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 9.4
Various views.
Black and white and color photographs and color  slides. Ezra Stoller, Hedrich-Blessing, and Timothy Hursley, photographers. Includes exterior construction image, aerial and street level exterior views, interior views, and floor utilization map.
n.d. 30
HARRIS TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 9.5
Various views.
Black and white photographs. Hedrich-Blessing, Orlando R. Cabanban, and Ezra Stoller, photographers. Interior and exterior views.
1975, n.d. 5
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
More recently known as Hartford Plaza.
Box.FF 9.6
Floor plans and interior and exterior views.
Black and white photographs and color slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer.
n.d. 11
OP 1.3
Exterior view.
Mounted black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE BUILDING, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.
Box.FF 9.7
Various views.
Color slide. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
HOTEL D'ARTS, BARCELONA, SPAIN.
Alternative names include: Vila Olympica, Hotel de la Villa Olympica, Hotel De Las Artes, and Hotel Arts Barcelona.
Box.FF 9.8
Maquette and Plan.
Black and white and color slides. Includes slides labeled Computer, Model, Planning, and Rendering.
1989-1990, n.d. 186
Box.FF 9.9
Construction and post-construction.
Black and white and color photographs, color slides , color negatives, and color and black and white digital prints. Includes construction photography, floor framing plan, sections, completed interior and exterior views, .
1990-1994, n.d. 165
Box.FF 9.10
Gehry, Frank, Maquette and Sculpture.
Black and white and color photographs. J. Scot Smith Photography, Frank O. Gehry & Associates, and Andres, photographers.
n.d. 30
HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK, COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Box.FF 9.11
Various views.
Black and white and color slides. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Floor plan and exterior view.
n.d. 2
INLAND STEEL BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 9.12
Floor plan and interior and exterior views.
Black and white photograph and color and black and white slides. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
n.d. 9
Box.FF 9.12
Exterior view.
Mounted black and white photograph. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
n.d. 1
KIMBERLY CLARK HEADQUARTERS, NEENAH, WISCONSIN.
Box.FF 9.13
Various views.
Black and white and color slides. Includes site plan and exterior views.
n.d. 6
MCCORMICK PLACE, PHASE 2, EXPOSITION CENTER EXPANSION NORTH BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 9.14
Various views.
Color and black and white slides. Ben Altman, Wayne Cable, and Hedrich-Blessing, photographers. Includes floor plans and interior and exterior views. Some slides numbered 82068-xxx and Cable 71428x, Sadin 87865-x, or HB 47783x.
1989, n.d. 12
NATIONAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
Box.FF 9.15
Various views.
Color and black and white slides. Includes lower level floor plan and exterior views.
n.d. 3
OHIO NATIONAL BANK, COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Box.FF 10.1
Various views.
Black and white and color photographs and slides and black and white digital print. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes site plan and interior and exterior views.
1977, n.d. 7
ONE MAGNIFICENT MILE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 10.2
Various views.
Black and white and color photographs, black and white digital prints, and color slides. Merrick, Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Includes site and level 2 plans and interior and exterior views.
n.d. 8
ONE SHELL PLAZA, HOUSTON, TEXAS.
Box.FF 10.3
Various views.
Black and white and color slides. J. Walter Severinghaus and Ezra Stoller, photographers. Includes plans, section, and exterior views. Some slides numbered 6056-###.
n.d. 9
ONE SHELL SQUARE, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
Box.FF 10.4
Various views.
Black and white and color photographs. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Includes site and floor plans and exterior view.
n.d. 3
PARKE, DAVIS, AND COMPANY, RESEARCH LABORATORIES, DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
Box.FF 12.19
Site and floor plans and interior and exterior views.
Black and white photographs and black and white and color slides. Balthazar Korab, Eddie McGrath, Jr., and Williams & Meyers, photographers.
n.d. 11
OP 1.2
Exterior view.
Mounted black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
REGENT OF HONG KONG, KOWLOON, HONG KONG.
Box.FF 10.5
Various views.
Color photographs and slides. Andres, photographer. Interior and exterior views. Rebranded the InterContinental Hong Kong.
n.d. 12
ST. CHRISTOPHER CATHOLIC CHURCH, HOBE SOUND, FLORIDA.
Box.FF 10.6
Building renovations.
Color photographs and color slides. Interior and exterior views. Project by Graham and Graham Architects.
1/1993, n.d. 75
Box.FF 10.7
Gardy Artigas, Joan, stained glass windows.
Color photographs and color slides.
1993, n.d. 21
SEARS TOWER, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Renamed Willis Tower.
Box.FF 10.8
Post-construction.
Black and white and color photographs and slides. Hedrich-Blessing, Orlando Cabanban, Ezra Stoller, and Timothy Hursley, photographers. Includes diagram of building structure, images of presentation model, typical floor plans, and interior and exterior views. Some slides numbered 6300-###.
n.d. 39
OP 1.1
Post-construction.
Black and white photograph. Exterior rendering.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.9
Calder Sculpture.
Color slides. Includes images of Calder at work in Sache and Tours, France; exterior view of Sache studio; views of the maquette; and installation view of completed sculpture.
09/17/1973, n.d. 14
TERRACES AT PERIMETER CENTER, THE, ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
Flatf. 26.6
Presentation rendering.
Mounted color print.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.10
Pre- and post-construction.
Color photographs and slides. Hedrich-Blessing and Timothy Hursley, photographers. Includes images of presentation model, site plan, and interior and exterior views.
n.d. 20
THREE FIRST NATIONAL PLAZA, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 10.11
Various views.
Black and white and color photographs and color slides. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Includes images of presentation model, site and floor plans, Loop access plan, building section, and exterior and interior views.
n.d. 19
TWO SHELL PLAZA, HOUSTON, TEXAS.
Box.FF 10.12
Various views.
Color slide. Exterior view. Slide numbered 6057A-102.
n.d. 1
UNITED AIRLINES HEADQUARTERS, EXECUTIVE OFFICE BUILDING, ELK GROVE VILLAGE, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 10.13
Floor plans and exterior views.
Black and white and color slides.
n.d. 4
OP 1.3
Exterior view.
Mounted black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
UPJOHN CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS, KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN.
Box.FF 10.14
Site and floor plans and interior and exterior views.
Black and white and color slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer.
06/1977, n.d. 22
OP 1.3
Exterior views.
Mounted black and white photographs.
n.d. 2
WARREN PETROLEUM HEADQUARTERS, TULSA, OKLAHOMA.
Box.FF 10.15
Exterior view.
Colorslide.
n.d. 1
OP 1.2
Exterior views.
Mounted black and white photographs.
n.d. 2
W.D. & H.O. WILLS HEADQUARTERS, BRISTOL, ENGLAND.
Box.FF 10.16
Various views.
Black and white and color photographs and color slides. Bill Engdahl, Hedrich-Blessing, Ezra Stoller, and Richard Einzig, Brecht-Einzig Limited, photographers. Includes images of presentation models and interior and exterior views. Some slides numbered 6264-###.
n.d. 13

SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRILL.
Box.FF 10.17
55 Park Place, Atlanta, GA.
Color slides. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Interior and exterior views.
1982-1983, n.d. 7
Box.FF 10.18
500 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL.
Color slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes exterior views and a floor plan. Some slides numbered 6027-xxx and/or ESTO 105DD-x.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 10.19
Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO.
Color transparencies. Exterior views.
10/1964 9
Box.FF 10.20
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view. Depicts the new wing designed by Gordon Bunshaft and dedicated in 1962.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.21
American Can Company, Greenwich, CT.
Black and white photographs. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
1970 2
Box.FF 10.22
American Republic Insurance Company, Des Moines, IA.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
1965 1
Box.FF 10.23
Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines.
Color slides. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 10.24
Atrium I.
Black and white photograph. Bob Shimer, Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Exterior view of presentation model.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 10.25
Banque Lambert, Brussels, Belgium.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.1
Boston Globe, Billerica, MA.
Color photographs and slide. K & S and Nick Wheeler, Wheeler Photographics, photographers. Interior and exterior views.
1984, n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.2
Boston Globe, Boston, MA.
Black and white and color photographs. K & S and Nick Wheeler, Wheeler Photographics, photographers. Includes floor plan and interior and exterior views. Located at 135 William T Morrissey Blvd.
1984, n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.3
Broadway Renaissance, Louisville, KY.
Color slides. Andres, photographer. Includes site plans and exterior views. Also called Crescent Center. May not be SOM project.
1984-1989 10
Box.FF 11.4
Capital Square, Des Moines, IA.
Color photographs. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Includes typical office level floor plan and interior and exterior views.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.6
Chicago Tribune, Chicago, IL.
Black and white and color photographs. Gregory Murphey, photographer. Includes interior and exterior views and section/floor utilization plan.
1982, n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.7
Civic Center, Chicago, IL.
Color slides and transparency. Exterior views of building and Picasso sculpture. Also called the Daley Center.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 11.8
Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, Bloomfield, CT.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.9
Container Corporation of America, Carol Stream, IL.
Black and white photographs and slide. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Interior and exterior views.
1960, n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.10
Dearborn Park, Chicago, IL.
Black and white and color photographs and color  slides. Greg Murphy, photographer. Includes site plan, project announcement billboard, and pre and post construction exterior views.
n.d. 7
Box.FF 11.11
Dorchester Apartments, Chicago, IL.
Black and white photographs. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes ground floor plan and exterior views.
1967 6
Box.FF 11.12
Draper and Kramer Offices, Chicago, IL.
Black and white and color photographs. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Includes floor plan and interior view.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 11.13
Eagle River, residence.
Color stereo transparencies. Construction and post construction exterior views and post construction interior views.
08/1963-1965 18
Box.FF 11.14
Eaton Centre, Toronto, Canada.
Black and white photographs. Building section and plaza level plans for proposed shopping complex and office towers.
1966 2
Box.FF 11.15
Emhart, Bloomfield, CT.
Black and white photographs. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view. Demolished 2003.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.17
First City National Bank, Houston, TX.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.18
First National Bank of Neenah, Wisconsin, Neenah, WI.
Black and white photographs. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Ground floor plan and exterior view.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 11.19
First Wisconsin Center, Milwaukee, WI.
Black and white photographs and color and black and white slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes first floor plans and interior, exterior, and aerial views.
1974, n.d. 11
Box.FF 11.20
First Wisconsin Plaza, Madison, WI.
Black and white and color photographs and color slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes general floor and site plans and interior and exterior views.
1974-1978, n.d. 14
Box.FF 11.21-11.22
Gateway Center, Chicago, IL: buildings I, II, III.
Black and white and color photographs and color  slides. Hedrich-Blessing, Balthazar Korab, Orlando Cabanban, and Ezra Stoller, photographers. I and II: Includes site plan and exterior street and aerial views (mid and post construction). III: Interior and exterior views, including mechanical room.
1967, n.d. 9
Box.FF 11.23
General Motors Corporation, Naperville, IL.
Black and white and color photographs. Gregory Murphey, photographer. Includes site plan, elevations, and exterior view.
1980-1981 4
Box.FF 11.24
General Motors Corporation, Parsippany, NJ.
Color photograph. Nick Wheeler, photographer. Exterior view.
1984 1
Box.FF 11.25
Heinz Company, Hayes Park, Middlesex, England.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.26
Heinz Company, Pittsburgh, PA.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.27
Heritage Mutual Insurance, Sheboygan, WI.
Color photographs. Hedrich-Blessing and Gregory Murphey, photographers. Interior and exterior views.
1985, n.d. 3
Box.FF 11.28
Hilton Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.29
Hirschhorn, Joseph H., Museum, Washington D.C.
Black and white photograph. View of presentation model. Part of the Smithsonian Institution.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 11.30
Holy Angels Roman Catholic Church, Chicago, IL.
Color ink jet prints and color and black and white slides. Includes images of computer model, presentation model, site plan, and interior and exterior views.
06/1989. 01/1990, n.d. 43
Box.FF 11.31
Horizon Towers, Fort Lee, NJ.
Black and white photographs and slide. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior views.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 11.32
Hotels (various).
Black and white slides. Includes lists of built and under construction SOM hotels; plans for typical guestrooms, hotel elements, and bathrooms; and Hilton Hotel company room standards.
n.d. 8
Box.FF 11.33
Humphrey, Hubert H., Metrodome, Minneapolis, MN.
Color slides. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.34
Hyatt Bumi Hotel, Surabaya, Indonesia.
Black and white and color photographs and printed papers and color slides. Includes images of presentation rendering and models, first through tenth floor plans, typical guest room plan, elevations and sections.
n.d. 17
Box.FF 11.35
Hyatt Hotel, Intendance Bay, Mahé Island, Seychelles.
Black and white and color slides. Site and floor plans and presentation rendering.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 11.36
Hyatt Regency, Kuwait.
Black and white and color slides. Presentation model and floor plans.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 11.37
Hyatt Regency, Lima, Peru.
Black and white slides. Longitudinal section.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.1
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI.
Color slides. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.2
King Abdul Aziz University, Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
Color slides. Includes renderings, model, and campus plan.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.3
King's Crossing, London, England.
Black and white and color slides. Carlos Diniz Associates, artist. Annette Del Zoppo, photographer. Includes plans and Diniz renderings of King's Crossing and views of Canary Wharf and historic Paddington Station.
1988, n.d. 27
Box.FF 12.4
Lake Meadows, Chicago, IL.
Black and white and color slides. Exterior views and presentation model.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.5
La Raza: Industrial Housing, Evanston, IL.
Black and white photographs. Includes presentation model, floor plans, and interior and exterior views of completed residences. Also known as the Simpson Street Project.
1971, n.d. 6
Box.FF 12.6
Lever House, New York, NY.
Black and white photographs. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.7
Lucky Goldstar, Seoul, Korea.
Color photographs. Gregory Murphey, photographer. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.8
Madison Plaza, Chicago, IL.
Black and white and color photographs and slides. Gregory Murphy and Hedrich-Blessing, photographers. Includes site and floor plans and interior and exterior views.
1983, n.d. 11
Box.FF 12.9
Manufacturers Hanover Trust, New York, NY.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view. Located at 510 Fifth Avenue.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.10
Marine Midland Building, New York, NY.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view. Renamed HSBC Bank Building. Also known as 140 Broadway.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.11
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Karl Taylor Compton Laboratories, Cambridge, MA.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.12
National Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Color and black and white slides. Includes floor plans and images of presentation model. Competition entry
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.13
New York Coliseum, New York, NY.
Color and black and white slides. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer. Includes presentation model and computer models. Competition entry
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.14
One Chase Manhattan [Bank] Plaza, New York, NY.
Black and white photographs. Exterior views.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.15
One Fleet Place, Ludgate, London, England.
Color slides and color photograph. Includes image of rendering and interior and exterior views.
n.d. 8
Box.FF 12.16
One Main Place, Dallas, TX.
Black and white photographs. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes street level plan, building section, and exterior view.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.17
Onterie Center, Chicago, IL.
Color photographs and slide. Ross Ehlert and Murphy, photographers. Includes 1980 site plan and exterior views.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.18
Orland Park Place, Orland Park, IL.
Color slides. Robert Fine, photographer. Interior views.
1983, n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.20
Paternoster Square, London, England.
Black and white photographs and printed papers. Competition entry. SOM's loosing proposal for the Square's Urban Design Competition.
6/1987 11
Box.FF 12.21
Pepsi Cola Building, New York, NY.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view. Located at 500 Park Ave.
1960 1
Box.FF 12.22
Plaza on Dewitt, Chicago, IL.
Color slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior street views. Slides numbered ESTO 80CC1 and 80CC2. Also called DeWitt-Chestnut Apartments. Located at 260 E. Chestnut St.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.23
Quaker Tower, Chicago, IL.
Black and white and color photographs and color slide. Wayne Cable, Cable Studios and Ezra Stoller, photographers. Includes construction phases and utilization study plans and interior and exterior views.
1970-1990,n.d. 6
Box.FF 12.24
Republic Bank, unknown location.
Color slides. Views of presentation model.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.25
Reynolds Metal Company, Richmond, VA.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.26
Ritz Carlton Addition, Boston, MA.
Color photographs. Nick Wheeler, Wheeler Photographics, photographer. Includes rendering, site plan, and exterior view.
1982, n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.27
St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital, New York, NY.
Color photographs. Images of model and floor plans.
09/1990, n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.28
Sixty State Street, Boston, MA.
Black and white photographs and color slides. Includes plaza level plan, building section, and exterior views.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.29
Skokie Federal Savings, Skokie, IL.
Color transparencies and slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer. includes floor plan and interior and exterior views. Original images archived at Esto Photographics under "Skokie National Bank."
n.d. 5
Box.FF 12.30
South Loop Development, Chicago, IL.
Black and white and color photographs. Images of rendering and model. See Dearborn Park photography folder.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 12.31
Spectrum Arena, Philadelphia, PA.
Black and white photographs. Ezra Stoller and Michael J. Pado, photographers. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 12.32
Standard Life Insurance Company, Indianapolis, IN.
Color slide. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.33
Stockley Park, Uxbridge, England.
Color slides. Includes Arup master plan rendering and aerial and exterior views.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.34
Sunbeam Electronics, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Black and white photographs. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes floor plan and interior and exterior views.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 12.35
U.S. Consulate, Personnel Housing, Bremen, Germany.
Black and white photograph. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.36
U.S. Consulate, Düsseldorf, Germany.
Black and white photograph. Morley Baer, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.37
University of Texas, Lyndon B. Johnson Library, Austin, TX.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.38
Washington Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, VA.
Color slides. Interior and exterior airport views and exterior views of mobile lounges.
n.d. 11
Box.FF 12.39
World Bank, Washington, D.C.
Black and white and color slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Includes 1989 competition plans and exterior views of Gordon Bunshaft designed building. Competition entry.
1970, n.d. 9
Box.FF 12.40
World Trade Center, Norfolk, VA.
Color slides. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Interior and exterior views.
01/1985 8
Box.FF 12.41
World Trade Center Residences, Cairo, Egypt.
Color photographs and color slide. Interior and exterior views.
02/1990 8
Box.FF 12.42
World's Fair, Chicago, IL.
Color slides. Includes plans and renderings for the cancelled 1992 Fair.
n.d. 22
Box.FF 12.43
Yale University, Beinecke Library, New Haven, CT.
Black and white photograph. Ezra Stoller, photographer. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 12.44
Miscellaneous and unidentified.
Black and white and color photographs, color slides, and color transparency. Edmund Y. Lee, photographer. Includes interior and exterior views and images of models and mockups for various unidentified projects.
n.d. 61

OTHER.
BURNHAM, DANIEL H. (DANIEL HUDSON), 1886-1961.
Box.FF 13.1
Reliance Building, Chicago, IL.
Black and white slide. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
LE CORBUSIER, 1887-1965.
Box.FF 13.1
Harvard University, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Color slide. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 13.1
Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France.
Black and white slides and color photograph. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 13.1
Sainte Marie de La Tourette, Éveux, France.
Color slides. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 22
Box.FF 13.1
Savoye, Pierre and Emilie, Residence, Poissy, France.
Black and white and color slides. Exterior views. Also called Villa Savoye.
n.d. 2
GESELLIUS, LINDGREN, & SAARINEN.
Box.FF 13.1
Hvitträsk, Kirkkonummi, Finland. , architect.
Color slides. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 6
GRAVES, MICHAEL.
Box.FF 13.1
Humana Building, Louisville, Kentucky.
Color slide. Exterior view. Also called the Humana Tower.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 13.1
Portland Building, Portland, Oregon.
Color slide. Exterior view. Also called the Portland Municipal Services Building.
n.d. 1
KAHN, LOUIS I., 1901-1974.
Box.FF 13.1
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas.
Color slides. Interior and exterior views.
n.d. 2
KOHN, PEDERSEN, FOX ASSOCIATES (KPF).
Box.FF 13.1
Office Building.
Color slide. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
MEIER, RICHARD.
Box.FF 13.1
Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa.
Color slides. Exterior and garden views.
n.d. 20
MIES VAN DER ROHE, LUDWIG, 1886-1969.
Box.FF 13.1
Barcelona Pavilion, Barcelona, Spain.
Black and white and color slides. Exterior view.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 13.1
Glass Skyscraper.
Black and white slides.
n.d. 2
SAARINEN, EERO, 1910-1961.
Box.FF 13.1
Deere, John, and Company Headquarters, Moline, Illinois.
Color slide. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
SULLIVAN, LOUIS H., 1856-1924.
Box.FF 13.1
Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company, Chicago, Illinois.
Color and black and white slides. Exterior views.
n.d. 2
VENTURI, ROBERT.
Box.FF 13.1
Venturi, Vanna, Residence, Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania.
Color slide. Exterior view.
n.d. 1
WRIGHT, FRANK LLOYD, 1867-1959.
Box.FF 13.1
Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida.
Color slides. Includes interior and exterior views of the Danforth, William H., Chapel; Ordway, Lucius Pond, Building; Pfeiffer, Annie, Chapel; and the covered walkways.
1993 18
Box.FF 13.1
Kaufmann, Edgar, Residence, Mill Run, Pennsylvania.
Color slide. Exterior view. Also called Fallingwater.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 13.1
Wright, Frank Lloyd, Summer Residence, Spring Green, Wisconsin.
Color slides. Interior and exterior views. Also called Taliesin.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 13.1
UNIDENTIFIED ARCHITECTS, UNIDENTIFIED RESIDENCES.
Color slides. Exterior views.
1993, n.d. 17


OTHER:
PROFESSIONAL
ASSOCIATED ARTISTS.
Box.FF 13.2
Calder, Alexander, 1898-1976.
Color photographs. Installation of "Jerusalem Stabile" at the University of Pennsylvania campus.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 13.3
Chillida, Eduardo.
Color photographs.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 13.4
Miró, Joan, 1893-1983.
Black and white and color photographs and color slides. Claude Gaspari, Foundation Maeght, St. Paul (A.M.), France and Louis Perez-Minguez, photographers. Includes photographs of Miró and his sculpture. Most of the sculptures were photographed at the Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul de Vence, France.
1969, n.d. 26
Box.FF 13.5
Moore, Henry, 1898-1986.
Color photographs. Includes photographs of Moore's sculpture.
n.d. 14
GROUPS.
Box.FF 13.6
S.O.M.
Black and white and color photographs. Grouping themes include Alaska trip, John Hancock Center, SOM personnel, 1985 World's Fair, and well wishes to Graham.
1966-1991, n.d. 18
Box.FF 13.7
Civic events.
Black and white and color photographs and printed papers. Grouping themes include the Art Institute of Chicago Roast of Stanley Tigerman and Bruce Graham speaking.
1984, n.d. 18
TRAVEL.
S.O.M. PARTNERS' MEETINGS.
Box.FF 13.8
Antigua, Guatemala.
Color photograph. Labeled "Jane & Bill Hartman / La Conferencia de Socios en Tical / W4 / Guatemala / PM 1974."
1974 1
Box.FF 13.9
Sicily.
Color photographs and slides.
01/1980, n.d. 34
Box.FF 13.10
Oaxaca, Mexico.
Color photographs and slides. Some slides shared carousel tray with images from Santa Fe, NM trip (07/1981)
06/1981 115
Box.FF 13.11
Mobile, Alabama.
Color photographs.
1982 18
Box.FF 13.12
Egypt, Israel, and Lebanon.
Color slides and photographs.
03/1983 236
Box.FF 13.13
Japan.
Color photographs.
1988 20
Box.FF 13.14
Kuwait.
Black and white photographs.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 13.15
Vail, Colorado.
Color photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 13.16
Venice, Verona, Rome, and Tivoli Italy.
Color photographs and slides. Some slides labeled. Possibly from 1985 Partners' Meeting.
n.d. 108
Box.FF 13.17
Miscellaneous Locations.
Black and white and color photographs.
1985, n.d. 44
OTHER.
Includes travel of a mixed personal/professional nature.
Box.FF 14.1
Rome, Italy.
Black and white photograph. Photograph labeled and dated on verso.
10/1963 1
Box.FF 14.2
Greece and Crete.
Black and white photographs and color slides.
10/1965, n.d. 66
Box.FF 14.3
Egypt and Istanbul, Turkey.
Color slides. Compilation from three distinct trips.
1965-1981 9
Box.FF 14.4
Scotland.
Color slides. Some slides from carousel tray No. 6.
10/1967 41
Box.FF 14.5
Portugal and Morocco.
Color slides and slide list. Slides from carousel tray No. 4. List notes locations and subjects of slides. Slide numbering on sleeve.
10/1968-02/1969 78
Box.FF 14.6
Venice, Italy.
Color and black and white slides. Some slides from carousel tray No. 6.
11/1969, n.d. 19
Box.FF 14.7
Mexico.
Color slides. Slides from carousel tray No. 6.
07/1970 3
Box.FF 14.8
Bath, England.
Color slides. Some slides from carousel tray No. 6.
10/1970 22
Box.FF 14.9
Sicily.
Color photographs. Travel with John and Sue.
1970 3
Box.FF 14.10
Paris, France.
Color photographs.
1971 18
Box.FF 14.11
Nashville, Tennessee.
Color slides. Slides from carousel tray No. 6.
04/1972 4
Box.FF 14.12
Highlands, Osha, and Warsaw, Poland.
Color slides and slide list.
10/1972 48
Box.FF 14.13
Czechoslovakia.
Color slides.
05/1973 19
Box.FF 14.14
Spain.
Color slides.
08/1974 37
Box.FF 14.15
Bangkok, Thailand and Hong Kong?.
Color photographs. Trip further documented in Blue Photo Album.
c.1974 9
Box.FF 14.16
Morocco.
Color photographs.
1978 26
Box.FF 14.17
Unknown.
Color slides. Includes façade of an unidentified Alliance française.
03/1979 6
Box.FF 14.18
Cuzco, Areavida, Puno, and Macal, Peru and Guatemala.
Color slides and photographs. Some slides labeled with geographic location. Some slides from box 10/carousel tray No. R-2. Guatemala was the location for a SOM 1980 Partners' Meeting.
04/1980 130
Box.FF 14.19
Japan.
Color slides and photographs. Some images labeled with date, location, and/or site. Some slides dups. of photos.
11/08/1980-11/18/1980 300
Box.FF 14.20
Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Color slides.
07/1981 4
Box.FF 14.21
Tuscany, Italy.
Color photographs. Photographic prints labeled 04/1992. Includes views of San Frediano, Lucca and Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore.
1981 24
Box.FF 15.1
Ireland.
Color photographs and slides. Some slides dated 01/1984 or 10/16/1989. Includes views of Ashford Castle, Western Road, Lowe Tower, and Burr Castle.
1983 153
Box.FF 15.2
Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands.
Color slides.
1985 141
Box.FF 15.3
China.
Color photographs and slides. Possible SOM Partners' Meeting.
1986? 109
Box.FF 15.4
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Color photographs. Includes views of the Vancouver Law Courts building, the Museum of Anthropology at UBC, Canada Place, and the Buchart Gardens.
1988 95
Box.FF 15.5
Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Color slides, postcards, and pamphlet. Compilation of images from at least three trips to the area. Locations include Weimar, Nuremburg, Ekfurt, Freiburg, Rottenbuch, Ottobeuren, and Munich, Germany; Salzburg, Vienna, and Rein, Austria; and Einsiedeln, Switzerland. Postcards and pamphlet from St. Wolfgang, Austria, Sept. 1982. See Jane Graham's largest scrapbook for related images.
10/1982-10/16/1989, n.d. 277
Box.FF 15.6
East Germany.
Color photographs. Locations include Dresden, Dessau, Baclaus, Weimar, Gera, and Ekfurt, Germany.
10/1992 73
Box.FF 15.7
Russia.
Color photographs and slides. Some photographs time-stamped "12/26/90," Graham dates the trip to 1992. Some slides labeled. Includes views from Moscow, Volga Village, on the Volga River, and St. Petersburg.
1992 131
Box.FF 15.8
Austria.
Color photographs, slides, and negatives.
10/1993 44
Box.FF 15.9
France.
Color slides.
10/1993 20
Box.FF 16.1
Wiltshire, England.
Color photographs and negatives. "Jane and Bruce at prehistoric site (Wiltshire England) and Brian Henderson, house, walk in the forest near Oxford- Marlboro [Marlborough, Wiltshire]."
08-09/1995 13
Box.FF 16.2
England.
Color slides.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 16.3
Loire Valley, France.
Black and white photographs. Includes images of Chambord and other châteaux in the valley. Slides date c. 1970s.
n.d. 11
Box.FF 16.4
France.
Color slides and pamphlet. Includes purchased slides from the cathedrals at Tours, Soissons, Chartes, Reims, and Metz and of architectural monuments in Paris. Includes views from Montpellier, France. Pamphlet describes the Chagall windows in Metz.
n.d. 69
Box.FF 16.5
Poland.
Color photographs. Travel with John and Sue Tishman.
n.d. 36
Box.FF 16.6
Toledo, Spain.
Color photographs.
n.d. 12
Box.FF 16.7
Spain.
Color slides. Slides date c.1960s.
n.d. 19
Box.FF 16.8
Spain.
Color slides. Slides date after 1975, possibly c. 1989-1990. Includes views of Gaudi's Sagrada Familia, CEAC, and Barcelona parks.
n.d. 75
Box.FF 19.6
Columbus, Indiana.
Color photographs. Slides date c.1960s.
n.d. 8
BOUND ALBUMS.
Includes travel photographs of a mixed personal/professional nature (including project site visits).
Box.FF 19.1
Red Cloth Album.
Color and black and white photographs. Photographs arranged on 20 "Magic Memory" spiral bound album pages and labeled with location/date/identification information. Events/locations include: Greece (Athens, Delphi, Olympia, Corinth); Crete; Turkey (Istanbul); Gibraltar; Spain (Salamanca, Seville, Granada, Barcelona (Oct. 1965)); Egypt (January 1967); Boots Drug Company Headquarters, Nottingham, England (Construction photographs - 1967); Sunbeam (exterior views - 1967); International and Universal Exposition, Montreal, Quebec, 1967 (including the US and German pavilions and Habitat). Includes group photo from SOM Partners' Meeting, Egypt, 1967.
1965-1967 85
Portf. 2
Blue/Green Cloth Album.
Color and black and white photographs. Photographs arranged on 18 "Magic Memory" type post bound album pages and labeled with location/date/identification information. Events/locations include: 1968 (Lisbon, Portugal; New York City; Casablanca, Marrakesh, and Fes, Morocco); 1969 (Venice, Italy; San Marino; Yugoslavia; Foundation Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France (Feb); Japan; NYC (for the Society for Contemporary Art); 1970 (Mexico (for the Society for Contemporary Art); Sicily; Amiens, France; Bruges; Bath, England; Mt. Saint Michelle; American Can Company, Greenwich, Connecticut (June - exterior views)). Includes photos of friends and family.
1968-1970 207
Portf. 2
Red "Magnet Vue" Album.
Color photographs. Photographs arranged on 14 "Magnet Vue" post bound album pages and labeled with location/date/identification information. Events/locations include: 1972 (Warsaw, Poland; Czechoslovakia; Barcelona (including visit to Gaudi's Guell Park and Apartments), Pamplona, Monasterio, Tarragona, Santiago de Compostela, Spain (June-July); Mallorca (Oct)); 1973 (New World Centre, Hong Kong (signing ceremony)); 1974 (Ohio National Bank, Columbus, Ohio (group photo with presentation model); 1975 (Hotel Del Coronado, San Diego, California; Fourth Financial Center, Wichita, Kansas (interior views). Includes photos of friends and family.
1972-1975 98
Box.FF 19.2
"Photo Album" .
Color photographs. Album labeled on inside front cover "Book 2 "Round the world" / '74 / Guatemala / '75." Photographs arranged on 10 ""Magic Memory" spiral bound album pages and labeled with location/date/identification information. Events/locations include: Bangkok, Hong Kong, India, and the 1974 SOM Partners' Meeting in Antigua. Includes photos of friends and family. Blue cloth album.
1974 76
REST
Brown leather Album.
Color photographs, printed papers, postcards. Photographs and postcards arranged on thirty album pages and labeled with location/date/identification information. Final eleven album pages empty. Events/locations include: trip to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Hungary and the 1983 SOM Partners' Meeting in Egypt. THESE MATERIALS ARE RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONSULT WITH THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
1982-1983 305

PERSONAL
Box.FF 16.10
Travel. Wichita, Kansas.
Color photographs. Two photographs may be from alternate location/date.
07/1975, n.d. 11
Box.FF 16.11
Graham, Bruce J., portraits.
Black and white and color photographs and printed papers. Stuart-Rodgers, Ltd and Peter Gorman Photography, photographers. Includes multiple duplicate prints. Photographs vary in size, age, and purpose.
n.d. 58
Box.FF 16.12
Graham, Bruce J., large portraits.
Black and white and color photographs.
1968, n.d. 4
Box.FF 16.13
Graham, Jane Johnson, individual and group views.
Black and white photographs. Most are of Jane at work (SOM) before she was Mrs. Graham.
n.d. 13
OP 1.1
Graham, Bruce and Jane.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.14
Graham children and family.
Color slides. Includes individual and group shots taken in Chicago (10/1967) and Wyoming (07/1984). Some slides from carousel tray No. 6.
10/1967-1988. 35






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SERIES VI: PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL PAPERS



PROFESSIONAL.
AWARDS, RECOGNITIONS, AND APPOINTMENTS.
Flatf. 26.6
American Institute of Architects, "Twenty-five Year Award to the John Hancock Building" .
Printed paper, poster. Promotional material posted to Graham in run-up to award ceremony.
2000 1
Flatf. 26.4
American Institute of Architects, Chicago, "25 Year Recognition" .
Printed paper.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 26.4
Building Research Institute, Recognition of Contribution.
Printed paper.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 26.4
Chicago Central Area Committee (CCAC), Resolution of Recognition.
Printed paper.
09/11/1989 1
OP 2
Chicago Historical Society, Daniel H. Burnham History Maker Award for Distinction in Architecture.
Framed plaque. Given at CHS annual "Making History" awards.
05/13/1999 1
OP 2
Diploma/award covers.
Diploma covers. Covers from Pratt and a second, unknown, school/institute.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 17.5
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, "Elliot Noyes Visiting Design Critic in Architecture," Fall Semester (9/1986 - 1/1987).
Typescript papers and photocopy. Includes correspondence, schedules, syllabi, and student evaluations.
05/1986-01/1988 12
OP 1.5
Holy Angles - Church of the 21st Century.
Plaque. Commemorative plaque.
n.d. 1
Box 27
Sears Tower Topping Out, Ceremonial Flag.
Framed flag and plaque. Signed, on verso, by project leadership.
05/03/1973 1
OP 1.6
Structural Engineers Association of Illinois, Award of Merit for the Hotel de las Artes.
Printed paper mounted on a plaque.
06/06/1992 1
Flatf. 26.4
Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal, Lima, Peru, Honorary Doctorate.
Printed paper.
05/20/1977 1
Box.FF 17.3
Various awards, recognitions, and appointments.
Manuscript, typescript papers, photocopy, printed papers, and pamphlet. Includes programs from the Chicago Historical Society's 1999 Making History Awards; a resolution of appreciation from the University of Pennsylvania; materials related to the AIA's 25 year award (given to the John Hancock Building); appointments to distinguished chairs at the University of Nebraska and Harvard; the Chicago International Gold Medal; and certificates of appreciation from Pratt Institute and the State of Illinois.
1969-1999 18

CERTIFICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS.
Flatf. 26.4
Architectural Certifications.
Printed papers and correspondence. Includes certifications from the states of Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia; the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards; and the Manitoba Association of Architects. Some certificates with foil seals, some with attached ribbon.
05/25/1965-06/05/1981 20
Box.FF 17.10
Florida Board of Architecture License.
Photocopy.
01/12/1993 1
Flatf. 26.4
Professional Memberships.
Printed papers. Includes memberships to the Royal Canadian Institute of Canada, the Royal Institute of British Architects, The American Institute of Architects, the Board of Trustees of the Urban Land Institute, and the Instituto de Urbanismo Y Planificacion del Peru. Some certificates with foil seals.
05/25/1965-06/05/1981 6

MISCELLANEOUS.
Flatf. 26.4
Architect's Oath, unsigned.
Printed paper.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.4
Chicago Central Area Committee (CCAC).
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy.
1986-1989 26
Box.FF 17.8
Professional Histories, Curriculum Vitae, and References.
Photocopies, typescript papers, dot matrix printout. Some material in Spanish.
n.d. 11

SOM PARTNERSHIP.
OP 1.1
SOM Partners, signed presentation card.
Printed papers, holograph, signatures in red, brown, and black felt tip marker. SOM presentation card signed by the SOM partners (Dunlap, Goldsmith, Graham, Hartmann, Khan, Lockett, and Netsch) and others. Inscription in Russian.
02/15/1972 1
PARTNERS' MEETINGS.
OP 2
"Charleston and Savannah," 04/08-11/1987.
Printed papers. Two bound books (a travel agenda and a guide covering the cities' histories/architecture with maps, diagrams, and other images) in a presentation cover published by SOM.
1987 2
Box.FF 18.1
"Japan '88," 04/04-18/1998.
Typescript papers and printed papers. Includes an itinerary and a high quality tour itinerary book published by SOM, bound in the Japanese four-hole style, with detailed descriptions and images.
1998 2
Box.FF 18.2
SOM Partnership Agreement and Partnership Operating Policies, Boxed Book Set.
Typescript papers. Both books are presentation quality; boxed as a set and bound in brown leather embossed "Skidmore, Owings & Merrill." "Partnership Agreement," is dated Oct. 1, 1973 and contains the signatures of all SOM partners. "Partnership Operating Polices," contains additional information covering the 1974 fiscal year.
c. 1973 2


PERSONAL.
Box.FF 17.1
American Academy in Rome.
Typescript papers, photocopy, pamphlets, and printed papers. Includes documents on Graham Foundation's involvement.
[1984]-1985 4
Box.FF 17.2
Art Institute of Chicago Board of Trustees/Donations.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Graham was a Trustee and involved in AIC and SAIC initiatives. Includes Graham's Henry Moore and Calder donations.
1983-1999 15
Flatf. 26.4
Art Institute of Chicago, "Friends of the Art Institute" .
Printed papers, typescript papers, correspondence. Certificate marking the designation.
06/21/1965 2
Box.FF 17.6
Miscellaneous Personal Papers.
Manuscript and typescript papers. Includes two rough pen and ink sketches of multiple figures on hotel pad paper and a humorous tale in mock-German.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 17.11
Obituary and memorial service program.
Printed papers, newsprint. Includes obituary from the Chicago Tribune and a copy of the memorial service program.
03/10/2010 2
Box.FF 17.7
Passports.
Typescript papers. Passports' date of issue are five years apart spanning 1965-80; the remaining date 1985-95, 1989-99, and 1999-2009.
1965-2009 7
Box.FF 17.9
School Transcripts and Military Papers.
Typescript papers and photocopy. Includes US Navy enrollment and separation paperwork as well as transcripts documenting Graham's education (Central H.S., Colegio San Jose, Univ. of Dayton, Cleveland Case Inst. of Tech., Univ. of Penn.).
1939-1949 7
Box.FF 18.3
University of Pennsylvania Alumni Cruise, "Russia's Magnificent Heart," 8/31-9/13/1992.
Manuscript, typescript papers, photocopy, and printed papers. Mostly correspondence. Includes the Grahams' travel plans (8/29-9/22),a lecture to be given at Leningrad Institute of Civil Engineering, a book on Alexander Nickolsky, and the cruise brochure. Some material in Russian.
1980-1992, n.d. 5
Box.FF 18.4
University of Pennsylvania GSFA, Board of Overseers.
Manuscript, typescript papers, and photocopy.
1989-1991, n.d. 3






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SERIES VII: JANE GRAHAM PAPERS



PROJECT FILES:
2400 LAKEVIEW APARTMENTS, METROPOLITAN STRUCTURES INC. (Chicago, IL).
Box.FF 20.1
Various materials.
Black and white photographs, printed papers, photocopy, and typescript papers. Hedrich-Blessing, photographers. Includes views of the apartment's interior; fact sheets on the building, Metropolitan Structures Inc., and Mies van der Rohe; and press materials, including press releases, reprints of article "Jane J. Graham designs model interiors for Mies van der Rohe's latest glass house" from July 1962 edition of Interiors, and copy of July 1962 issue.
05-07/1962, n.d. 30

COMMERCE CLEARING HOUSE (Chicago, IL).
Box.FF 20.2
Interior views.
Black and white photographs. Hedrich-Blessing, photographer.
c. 1960 4

GENERAL MILLS HEADQUARTERS (Minneapolis, MN).
Box.FF 20.3
Interior views.
Black and white photographs. Williams & Meyer Co., photographer.
1959 3

GRINNELL COLLEGE LIBRARY (Grinnell, IA).
Box.FF 20.4
Interior views.
Black and white photographs.
1959 7
OP 2.1
Drawings.
Black and white photographs. SOM labeled renderings of this project with text and handwritten notes. Photocopies of printed renderings.
1959 3

HARRIS TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK BUILDING (Chicago, IL).
Box.FF 20.5
Various materials.
Printed papers. Includes the 23rd floor design visitor booklet and the magazines FDM: Furniture Design & Manufacturing (Sept. 1960) and Interior Design (Oct. 1960), each featuring articles on Jane Johnson of SOM Interiors and the Harris Bank project.
09-10/1960, n.d. 3

INLAND STEEL BUILDING (Chicago, IL).
Box.FF 20.6
Interior views.
Black and white photographs. Williams & Meyer Co., photographer. Two of the photographs also labeled "Association of Commerce."
c. 1958 10

PARKE-DAVIS, EXECUTIVE OFFICES (Detroit, MI).
Box.FF 20.7
Interior views.
Black and white photographs. Williams & Meyer Co. and Eddie McGraoh Jr. Studio, photographers.
c. 1955-1960 9

SKIDMORE, OWINGS, & MERRILL, OFFICES (Chicago, IL).
Box.FF 20.8
Interior views.
Black and white photographs. Various interior views and views of SOM designed furniture manufactured by Stow-Davis.
c. 1955-1960 11

SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRILL, VARIOUS PROJECTS.
Box.FF 20.13
Interiors magazine.
Printed papers. Issue include the article, "SOM Chicago: first design firm case study."
01/1959 2

SONNENSCHEIN, CARLIN, NATH & ROSENTHAL, OFFICES (Chicago, IL).
Box.FF 20.9
Floor plans and furnishing survey.
Correspondence, printed papers, photocopies and graphite on diazotype. Firm moved into these offices in the Sears Tower in 1975.
01/1974-10/1978 7

SONNENSCHEIN, CARLIN, NATH & ROSENTHAL, OFFICES (New York, NY).
Flatf. 26.3
Drawings.
Diazotypes. Shop drawings. Elevations, sections, and details for secretarial stations. John Langenbacher Co, Inc, Architectural Woodwork, Bronx, New York. Drawing by Silvio Nicolich. Job number 88-501.
03/07/1988 2

SONNENSCHEIN, CARLIN, NATH & ROSENTHAL, OFFICE OF MR. DANIEL NACHTIGAL, ESQ (Washington, DC).
Flatf. 26.3
Drawings..
Diazotype. Shop drawings. Elevation, plan, and sections for pentagon table. John Langenbacher Co, Inc, Architectural Woodwork, Bronx, New York. Drawing by Silvio Nicolich. Job number 88-446; drawing numbers F-1-F-2.
09/01/1988 1

TALLMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN (Chicago, IL).
Box.FF 20.10
Interior views.
Black and white photographs. Hedrich-Blessing, Williams & Meyer Co., and Stevens, Inc., photographers.
c. 1955-1960 4

UPJOHN CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS (Kalamazoo, MI).
Box.FF 20.12
Interior views.
Black and white photographs. Williams & Meyer Co. and The Upjohn Company, photographers. Includes photograph of Baker Furniture Inc. product and presentation renderings.
c. 1961 3

WARREN PETROLEUM EXECUTIVE HEADQUARTERS (Tulsa, OK).
Box.FF 20.14
Interior views.
Black and white photographs. Ezra Stoller and Williams & Meyer Co., photographers.
c. 1957 7

UNIDENTIFIED.
Flatf. 26.5
Furniture project.
Sepia-diazo prints and diazotypes. Shop drawings of elevations, sections, and plans for various pieces of custom office furniture including a pedestal desk, table desks, full pedestals, and file cabinets. Some labeled "E. Knapp." Some labeled "sketches." John Langenbacher Co, Inc, Architectural Woodwork, Bronx, New York. Job number 73-48; drawing numbers 4, 4-A. 9,10, 10-A, 11, 11-A, 12-14, 15, 15-A, 18, 18-A, 23, 23-A, 24, 24-A, 25, 25-A, 26, 27, 27-B, 28, and sketches 1-9.
8/15/1973-8/6/1974 41
Box.FF 20.11
Various.
Black and white and color photographs. Hedrich-Blessing and Southwick-Andrews, photographers. Interior views.
n.d. 9


PROFESSIONAL PAPERS:
Flatf. 26.4
Certification, State of Florida.
Printed paper. State certification to practice interior design.
09/12/1990 1
Box.FF 20.15
Furniture Design.
Black and white photographs, photocopies, and manuscript. Rooks Photo, photographer. Various chair and couch designs, some with annotations in black felt tip marker.
1999 20
Box.FF 20.16
Promotional materials: Graham and Graham.
Mounted photocopies and color photographs, color laserprints, and typescript papers. Includes images of various completed projects mounted on blue papers and labeled, Jane's G&G resume, and an article on Bruce.
c. 1990 10
Box.FF 20.17
Promotional materials: Graham, Jane.
Black and white photographs, typescript papers and printed papers. Ezra Stoller, The Upjohn Company, Williams & Meyer Co., and Hedrich-Blessing, photographers. Includes photographs of her projects, her resume, and letters of praise. Most materials are numbered (arranged in folder accordingly) and appear to have previously been bound.
1959-1973, n.d. 24
Box.FF 20.18
Publications about Jane Graham.
Photocopy and printed papers. Material from Women of Design; Chicago Sun-Times (04/29/1981); Chicago Daily News (09/19/1969); and Inland Architect (Jan 1965).
1956-1992 6
Box.FF 20.19
Retirement.
Color photographs and correspondence. Letters of thanks and well wishes from former clients, often with accompanying photographs of the writer in their office.
08-09/1989, n.d. 35
Box.FF 21.1
Retirement, Photographs.
Color photographs. Photographs of the office spaces Jane designed and the employees that use them.
c. 1989 115
Box.FF 21.2
School and Legal Documents.
Printed papers. Includes Jane's school papers and student visa to Munich, Germany, and (c. 1960s) resumes. Some material in German.
1946-49, n.d. 6

CORRESPONDENCE:
Box.FF 21.4
Chryssa, 1933-
Correspondence, holographs, postcards, photocopies, printed papers, and typescript papers. Includes correspondence sent from New York, Greece, Switzerland, Haiti, and France. Greek-American sculptor listed in the Index to artistic biography, 1981 as Chryssa Vardea Navromichali.
1978-1989 51
Box.FF 21.3
General, A-Z.
Correspondence. Includes fourteen letters and seven labeled envelopes.
1951-1980 21






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SERIES VIII: PRINTED PAPERS



PROJECTS, A-Z:
BISHOPSGATE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
OP 2.3
Various.
Printed papers. Includes bound pages of printed color photographs. Bishopsgate relates to the Broadgate project.
n.d. 1
BOND COURT, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
Box.FF 22.1
Various.
Printed papers, newsprint. Sabath, Donald. "$30-million Erieview Hotel Set." The Plain Dealer [Cleveland, Ohio] 13 May, 1969: 1-A. Print. Includes photo of BJG with mayor and presentation model.
1969 1
BROADGATE CENTER, EXCHANGE HOUSE, LONDON, ENGLAND.
Box.FF 22.2
Art catalogues.
Printed papers. Two catalogues of work documenting various aspects of Broadgate's construction. Includes Mason, Robert. Broadgate: paintings and drawings 1989-1990 by Robert Mason. [London]: Rosehaugh Stanhope Developments, 1990. and Davies, John. Phase 11. London: Davenport Associates Limited, 1991.
1990-1991 2
Box.FF 22.3
Commemorative book and British reaction/commentary.
Printed papers, photocopy. Hunting, Penelope. Broadgate and Liverpool Street Station. London: Rosehaugh Stanhope Developments, 1991. and Manser, Jose. "British Reaction." Architecture September(1990): 104-105.
1990-1991 2
Box.FF 22.4
Habitat Ufficio article.
Printed papers. Rognoni, Marco. "Exchange House, London." Habitat Ufficio 60(1993): 58-67. Article in Italian and English.
02-03/1993 1
BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE (BMA) CO. OF AMERICA BUILDING, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
Box.FF 22.5
Various.
Printed papers, postcard. Includes two copies of "Powerful Grid for a Prairie Tower: Kansas City's New BMA Building Makes a Striking Landmark in White Marble and High Strength Steel." Architectural Forum 121:1(1964):86-91.
07/1964 2
CANARY WHARF, LONDON, ENGLAND.
Portf. 3
Carlos Diniz Associates. Canary Wharf: Preliminary Sketches.
Printed papers. Bound presentation material of SOM's Canary Wharf project (large ink sketches printed on mat board).
07/1986 1
DES MOINES ARCHITECTURAL STUDY, IOWA.
Box.FF 22.6
Various.
Printed papers, photocopies. Includes press about this SOM Foundation Study, conducted in conjunction with Yale and Univ. of Chicago.
1983-1989 8
GRAHAM, BRUCE J., RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 22.6a
Various.
Printed papers. Real estate listing for sale of 2215 North Cleveland Ave., Chicago, IL 60614. Includes color photos of exterior and interior.
2015 1
HOTEL ARTS, BARCELONA, SPAIN.
Box.FF 22.7
Various.
Printed papers, typescript papers, and photocopies Includes, Rus, Mayer. "Hotel Arts: Total concept and SOM's Bruce Graham headline an international roster of designers and artists at Barcelona's grand hotel." Interior Design February(1995): 74-79 and Spanish press reaction to the Exhibition and the building. Some material in Spanish.
1990-1995 2
HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK, COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Portf. 3
Gerald D. Hines Interests. Huntington Center.
Printed papers. Bound presentation material of SOM's finished project for Huntington National Bank in Columbus, Ohio. Also includes other SOM/GDH Interests projects.
n.d. 1
INLAND STEEL BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 22.8
Various.
Printed papers, newsprint. Allen, J. Linn. "It's stainless: Inland Steel Building proves durable, aesthetically and economically." Chicago Tribune 3 April, 1991: Section 8-12 (two copies); Belluschi, Pietro. "19 office floors without columns: Inland Steel's new headquarters will put its columns outside its walls, its utilities in a separate tower." Architectural Forum May(1955): 114-118; and Bey, Lee. "Landmark status sought for postwar skyscraper." Chicago Sun-Times 5 August, 1998: 9
1955-1998 4
JOHN HANCOCK CENTER, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 22.9
Newspaper, magazine and journal articles.
Printed papers. Includes copies of Architectural Record 141:1 (1967), The Architectural Forum 133:1 (1970), and Kamin, Blair. "Hancock Tower Stakeholder Opposes Landmark Designation."
1967, 1970, 2015 3
Box.FF 22.10
Press and PR materials.
Printed papers, typescript papers, newsprint,and photocopy. Includes informational booklets and promotional material from partner companies, newspaper articles from various states and publications, and write-ups in popular magazines. Some material in French and Arabic.
1968-1970, n.d. 19
NORTH-LASALLE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Portf. 3
Metropolitan Structures Inc.Project-North-LaSalle.
Printed papers. Bound presentation material of SOM's North-LaSalle redevelopment project. Additional material in the pockets of the last pages.
n.d. 1
ONE MAGNIFICENT MILE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 22.11
Press clippings.
Printed papers, newsprint, photocopy.
7/3/1980 1
Portf. 3
The Levy Organization. One Magnificent Mile.
Printed papers. Detailed presentation book on SOM's One Magnificent Mile building project in Chicago, IL.
n.d. 1
ONE SHELL PLAZA, HOUSTON, TEXAS.
Box 27
One Shell PlazaGerald D. Hines Interests,
Printed papers. Detailed presentation book on SOM's One Shell Plaza building project in Houston, TX.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 22.13
(ONE AND TWO) SHELL PLAZA, HOUSTON, TEXAS.
Printed papers, typescript papers, photocopy, newsprint. Articles from Progressive Architecture and The Houston Chronicle.
1966, n.d. 2
PRESIDENT'S TEMPORARY COMMISSION ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Box 27
Pennsylvania Avenue: Report on the President's Temporary Commission on Pennsylvania Avenue.Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office,
Printed papers, typescript papers, correspondence. Bound detailed report on the Commission's progress over four years. Includes accompanying correspondence.
1969 2
REPUBLICBANK, DALLAS, TEXAS.
OP 2
RepublicBank: Preliminary Design Presentation, 6 August 1985.Vantage Development Company.
Printed papers. Bound presentation material of SOM's tower addition project for the RepublicBank Corporation in Dallas, TX.
1985. 1
SEARS TOWER, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Box.FF 22.12
Various.
Printed papers, newsprint. Articles from The Chicago Sun-Times and The Chicago Tribune and a Sears promotional pamphlet.
1970-1973 6
WISCONSIN FIRST NATIONAL BANK TOWER, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN.
Box.FF 22.15
Various.
Printed papers, newsprint, and typescript papers.
2/1/1970 1

VARIOUS PROJECTS:
Box.FF 22.16
388 Market Street, San Francisco, CA and McCormick Place addition, Chicago, IL.
Printed papers. Articles found in Architecture vol. 77, No. 3.(1988)
1988 x
Box.FF 22.17
Architectural award winners, 1966 & 1975.
Printed papers. Includes Baxter Corporate Headquarters, First Wisconsin Center, Fourth Financial Center, Sears Tower, and Westinghouse R & D Center. Also includes Brunswick Building, Chicago Civic Center, Equitable Building, and U of I Circle Campus.
1966-1975 2
Box.FF 23.1
Chicago School of Architecture, Mies-Influenced.
Printed papers, typescript papers, newsprint. Includes Civic (now Daley) Center, John Hancock Center, Sears (now Willis) Tower. Some materials in German.
1968-1975. 2
Box.FF 23.2
Favorite Chicago buildings - survey results.
Printed papers, photocopies, newsprint. Surveys posted in 2 March, 1992 and 30 April, 1995 editions of The Chicago Tribune.
1992-1995 2
Box.FF 23.3
Skyscrapers, general interest.
Printed papers, newsprint and bound phototcopies. Materials from The Chicago Daily News, Progressive Architecture, Fortune, and National Geographic. Publication authors include, Faziur Khan and William S. Ellis. Includes discussion of the Sears Tower and John Hancock Center.
1972-1989, n.d. 5
Box.FF 23.4
Tobacco factories - Wills, Bristol, England and Philip Morris, Richmond, Virginia .
Printed papers. Copy of The Architectural Review vol. 158 no. 944 (1975).
1975 1
Box.FF 22.14
Various.
Printed papers, newsprint. Includes articles on the World Trade Center, Pre-Fab Housing Prototype, and 33 W. Monroe from various publications. Some material in German.
1978-1971, n.d. 3

ABOUT SOM:
Box.FF 23.5
Bunshaft, Gordon, Walter Nertsch, Linda Legner, William Lukes, Jack Schaffer, and Marion Vanderbilt.Pictorial History of the Firm and Partners of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Cloth hardcover book presented to Graham for the firm's 40th Anniversary.
1975 1
Box 27
Bush-Brown, Albert, and Oswald W. Grube.Skidmore, Owings & Merrill: Architecture and Urbanism, 1973-1983.Stuttgart: Verlag G. Hatje.
Printed papers. Text in German and English. Four copies.
1983 4
Box 27
Danz, Ernst.Architecture of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1950-1962.New York: Praeger.
Printed papers. Text in German and English.
1963 2
Box 27
Dobney, Stephen (ed.).Skidmore, Owings & Merrill: Selected and Current Works.Mulgrave, Vic.: Images Pub. Group.
Printed papers. The Master Architect Series (vol. 7); SOM 1984-1994.
1995 1
Box.FF 23.6
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.Representative Office Buildings of SOM - 1972.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Cloth hardcover book.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 23.7
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.Representative Projects of SOM: Prepared for the Boston Redevelopment Authority.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Cloth hardcover book.
11/20/1972 1
Box.FF 24.1
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.SOM Chicago.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Two copies of a soft cover bound book "cover[ing] representative examples of work... over the last five years."
1972 2
Box.FF 24.2
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.SOM Chicago: Bruce J. Graham Aug. 7, 1972.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Graham's intended copy of the soft cover bound book "cover[ing] representative examples of work... over the last five years."
08/07/1972 1
Box.FF 24.3
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.SOM Chicago: Summer Outing.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Soft cover bound book covering SOM staff and projects in design, under construction, or completed by the Chicago office in 1974.
1974 1
Box.FF 24.4
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.SOM Chicago: Summer Outing.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Soft cover bound book covering SOM staff and projects in design, under construction, or completed by the Chicago office in 1974-75.
1975 1
Box.FF 24.5
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.SOM Chicago: Summer Outing, August 9, 1976, Bruce Graham.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Soft cover bound book covering SOM staff and projects in design, under construction, or completed by the Chicago office in 1975-76. This copy was produced for Graham.
08/09/1976 1
Box.FF 24.6
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.SOM Chicago: Summer Outing, August 1, 1977, Bruce J. Graham.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Soft cover bound book covering SOM staff and projects in design, under construction, or completed by the SOM Chicago, Hong Kong, and Houston offices, and SOMSARL Paris and LaGrange & Matthews in Montreal in 1976-77. This copy was produced specifically for Graham.
08/01/1977 1
Box.FF 24.7
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.SOM Chicago: Summer Outing, August 7, 1978, Bruce J. Graham.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Soft cover bound book covering SOM staff and projects in design, under construction, or completed by the SOM Chicago, Hong Kong, and Houston offices, and LaGrange & Matthews in Montreal and Dubuisson van der Kemp and Zammit in Paris in 1977-78. This copy was produced specifically for Graham.
08/07/1978 1
Box.FF 24.8
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.SOM Chicago: Summer Outing, September 17, 1979, Bruce J. Graham.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Soft cover bound book covering SOM staff and projects in design, under construction, or completed by the SOM Chicago office in 1978-79. Some SOM Houston and Los Angeles staff are included. This copy was produced specifically for Graham.
09/17/1979 1
Box.FF 24.9
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.SOM Chicago: Summer Outing, July 17, 1980, Bruce J. Graham.Chicago: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Printed papers. Soft cover bound book covering SOM staff and projects in design, under construction, or completed by the SOM Chicago office in 1979-80. Some SOM Houston and Los Angeles staff are included. This copy was produced specifically for Graham.
07/14/1980 1
Box.FF 25.3
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.Skidmore, Owings & Merrill: Reality before reality. Milan: Edizioni Tecno, 1990.
Printed papers. Small book on the firm with an introduction by Peter Murray.
1990 1
Box.FF 25.1
Various clippings.
Printed papers, newsprint. Includes copies of "Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, and their buildings." Chicago Daily News, Panorama 8 October, 1966:3; "Modern living: to cherish rather than destroy." Time 2 August, 1968:39-43; A & U: A monthly journal of world architecture and urbanism. 04:37 (1974)(issue dedicated to SOM). Some material in Japanese.
1966-1974 4
Box.FF 25.2
Various clippings.
Printed papers, correspondence, typescript papers, and newsprint. Includes the articles "Skidmore & Co.: A design giant reshapes Chicago." Chicago Tribune 6 Sept. 1981: Sect.6-14; "SOM at midlife." Progressive Architecture May 1981; János, Bonta. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1982 (a small book on the firm published in cooperation with the Hungarian Society of Architectural Historians and the Hungarian Association of Architects); and "Building on Tradition." Chicago Sun-Times 24 Sept. 2006. Some material in Hungarian.
1981-2006 4

BY BRUCE GRAHAM:
Box.FF 25.4
Various articles.
Printed papers, photocopy, newsprint. Includes copies of "Architecture's impact on the city." Progress: Museum of Science and Industry Jan-Feb 1986:12-15; "A city in need of a vision." Chicago Tribune 1 Apr. 1985: Sect.1-11; "A vision for Chicago's business district." Commerce October 1983: 44-45; "Commercialization and the demise of the human spirit." Crit 4 (1978):15; "Architecture, fashion and advertising." Inland Architect July (1978):11; and "John Hancock Center and the City" Inland Architecture July (1966): 9-15.
1966-1986 8

ABOUT BRUCE GRAHAM:
OP 2.2
McGrath, Paul. "Veiled Power." Inside Chicago 1:1(1987):56-62
Printed papers.
1987 1
Box.FF 25.5
Various.
Printed papers, photocopy, newsprint. Includes profiles from Skyline; The Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY); The Chicago Tribune; Building Design; El Universal; The New York Times; The Chicago Sun-Times; Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers; Chicago magazine; and The Register (Orange County, Ca). Some material in Spanish.
11/15/1974-12/26/2010, n.d. 15

INTERVIEWS WITH BRUCE GRAHAM:
Box.FF 25.6
Various.
Printed papers and photocopy. Interviews published in Chicago History; UIC Newsletter; Inland Architect; American Architecture Now II; The Observer (London, England); Oiga (Lima, Peru); Chicago's American Magazine; and The Christian Science Monitor. Includes some related correspondence. Some material in Spanish.
1964-2000 10
Box.FF 25.7
Interview by Detlef Mertins, Hobe Sound, Florida, 8/7/2002 (transcript).
Printed papers.
08/07-09/28/2002 1

MISCELLANEOUS:
Box.FF 25.8
"The Chicago School of Architecture." Process: Architecture35(1982).
Printed papers. Material in both English and Japanese.
1982 1
Box.FF 25.9
Barragan, Lewis, "Formal Address." Dumbarton Oaks, June 3, 1980.
Photocopy. Lecture printed for Graham in 1982.
03/24/1982 1






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PROJECT RELATED:
REST
"John Hancock Center, Chicago." Building Sites, USA. BBC2. 26 Jan. 1994.
VHS videocassette and DVDs. Artist Jeff Koons compares the John Hancock Center to the Wittenberg Cathedral in Germany, a baroque masterpiece, and articulates his reception of the building as a modern religious experience. Run time: 11 mins. VHS transferred to DVD in 2011.
01/26/1994 3
REST
Total Concepts: Arts Barcelona.
VHS videocassette and DVDs. Video produced by the Barcelona Tourism Bureau, promoting the arts in Barcelona and the new Hotel D'Arts, in run-up to the 1992 Olympics. Run time: 12:51. VHS transferred to DVD in 2011.
06/12/1991 3

INTERVIEWS WITH BRUCE GRAHAM:
REST
University of Pennsylvania interview.
VHS videocassettes and DVDs. Includes raw footage of interview and final edited film. VHS tape of raw footage transferred to DVD in 2011.
1990 4







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