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  • Publication Date: 2003
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    • Milles, Carl, Photograph Collection, c.1938-1939

    • This collection consists of photographs documenting sculptures by Carl Milles, taken primarily by Meyric R. Rogers around 1938 and 1939 in preparation for his book on Milles, published in 1940. The sculptures span almost the full length of Milles's...
    • 1963.1
    • 1 box (0.2 linear feet)
    • Powell/Kleinschmidt Records, 1969-1993 (bulk 1976-1984)

    • The Powell/Kleinschmidt collection is a compilation of the business materials documenting the early interior architecture projects of Chicago architecture firm Powell/Kleinschmidt.
    • 2001.9
    • 17 boxes (10 linear feet), 5 portfolios, and flatfile materials
    • Hiratsuka, Un'ichi, Papers, 1956-2001

    • The Un'ichi Hiratsuka Collection reflects the close friendship between the Van Zelst and Hiratsuka families. From the earliest contact between collector Theodore Van Zelst and the Japanese woodblock print master Un'ichi Hiratsuka in 1959, the two...
    • 2002.5
    • 8 boxes (3.5 linear ft.), 1 oversized portfolio and 1 portfiolio
    • Ten Eyck, Richard, Papers, c.1940s-c.1990s

    • This collection documents the career of industrial designer Richard Ten Eyck and the work of his firm, Richard Ten Eyck Associates, which operated in Wichita, Kansas, from 1948 to 1992.
    • 1997.2
    • 26 boxes (9 linear ft.), 2 portfolios, 20 oversize portfolios and flatfile materials
    • Luxfer Prism Collection, 1897-c.1920

    • The Luxfer Prism Company, a Chicago-area manufacturer of prismatic windowpanes and fittings, was in business from c.1897 to 1920. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed prismatic panes for the company and illustrated some company publications. The...
    • 1974.1
    • 1 box (0.5 linear foot)
    • Taylor, J.W., Photograph Collection, c.1880-1910

    • Previously a bookseller, J.W. Taylor (1846-1918) began photographing Chicago in the 1870s and started advertising himself as a commercial photographer in 1889. Taylor worked until 1918, photographing Chicago-area architecture and landscapes, as...
    • 1993.3
    • 1 box (0.5 linear feet)

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