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    • Gelbin, Allan J., Papers, 1900-2015 (bulk 1949-1994)

    • Papers, published materials, architectural drawings, photographs, slides, and book production materials document the career of American architect Allan Gelbin and his interactions with noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship.
    • 1995.6
    • 77 boxes (40 linear feet), 5 portfolios, 11 oversize portfolios and flatfile materials
    • Yost and Taylor Collection, 1928-c.1994 (bulk 1935-1965)

    • Photographs, drawings, project papers, and other materials document the career of architect Lloyd Morgan Yost and his eight-year partnership with D. Coder Taylor. Yost designed single-family residences, housing developments, and commercial...
    • 1991.1
    • 19 linear feet (40 boxes) and flatfile materials
    • Hammond, Charles Herrick, Papers, 1894-1963

    • The collection contains papers and photographs from Chicago architect C. Herrick Hammond's professional activities, including his work as supervising architect for the State of Illinois, and personal memorabilia.
    • 1984.5
    • 1.5 linear feet (5 boxes) , 2 oversize portfolios and flatfile materials
    • Old Northwest Territory Art Exhibit Collection, 1947-1951

    • This collection includes a scrapbook of announcements, programs, newspaper clippings and correspondence, as well as exhibition catalogs documenting the shows of the Old Northwest Territory Art Exhibit from 1947 to 1951.
    • 1988.1
    • 1 box (.5 linear feet) and 1 oversize portfolio
    • Voorhees, Gmelin & Walker Photographs, 1930-c.1933

    • Two albums of photographs documenting designs by architect Ralph T. Walker, of Voorhees, Gmelin and Walker, for the 1933-1934 Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago.
    • 1989.3
    • 2 portfolios
    • Walker, Nellie V., Collection, 1901-1973

    • Correspondence, design papers, and photographs document the work of American sculptor Nellie V. Walker and her association with American sculptor Lorado Taft.
    • 1988.4
    • 1 linear ft. (2 boxes) and flatfile materials.
    • Faggi, Alfeo, Collection, 1914-1950

    • The collection contains correspondence, exhibition catalogs, articles and photographs documenting the work of Chicago sculptor Alfeo Faggi.
    • 00.10
    • 1 box (0.25 linear foot) and 1 portfolio
    • Schmidt, Garden and Martin Records, 1903-c.1985

    • Business records, photographs, drawings, and published materials document the work of the Chicago architecture firm Schmidt, Garden and Martin and its successor firm, Schmidt, Garden and Erikson.
    • 00.17
    • 7 boxes (3.5 linear feet) and flatfile materials
    • Mell, Alfred L., Papers, 1941-1971

    • Papers, drawings, and photographs documenting the work of Chicago architect and professor Alfred L. Mell.
    • 1999.4
    • 2 boxes (1 linear foot) and oversize material.
    • Purdy, Arthur, Collection, c.1933-1995

    • Papers, drawings, and ephemera documenting the career of Chicago-area architect Arthur C. Purdy.
    • 1995.7
    • 1 box (0.5 linear feet), 2 portfolios and flatfile materials
    • Adler, Dankmar, Collection, 1844-1941

    • Papers and photographs related to the life and work of Chicago structural engineer Dankmar Adler, partner of architect Louis H. Sullivan.
    • 1952.2
    • 1 box (0.2 linear feet)
    • Speyer, A. James, Collection, 1931-2005 (bulk 1947-1974)

    • Drawings, photographs, and printed papers documenting the architectural and curatorial work of Chicago architect A. James Speyer. Also included are candid photographs and some material collected as a result of Speyer's associations with Ludwig Mies...
    • 1997.6
    • 5 boxes (2.5 linear feet), 1 portfolio, 1 oversize portfolio and flatfile materials
    • Weber, Peter J., Papers, 1882-c.2000 (bulk 1893-1922)

    • Photographs, correspondence, and printed matter documenting a selection of German-American architect Peter J. Weber's built and unbuilt projects in the United States and abroad, though predominantly in the Chicago area. Projects represented in this...
    • 1986.6
    • 4 boxes (1 linear foot), 1 oversize portfolio, 1 portfolio and flatfile materials
    • Byrne, Francis Barry, Collection, 1941-1952

    • Architect Barry Byrne was trained under Frank Lloyd Wright and later practiced in Chicago, Seattle, California, and New York in an individualized, streamlined Prairie School idiom. The collection includes published and unpublished writings,...
    • 1992.4
    • 1 box (0.5 linear ft.) and 1 portfolio
    • Hall, Gilbert P., Collection, c.1930-1934

    • A portfolio of black and white photographs show Gilbert Hall's renderings of projects designed by Chicago architecture firm Holabird & Roche.
    • 1934.2
    • 1 portfolio (1.25 linear feet)
    • Taft, Lorado, Collection, 1908-1938

    • Chicago sculptor Lorado Taft, noted for his monumental outdoor sculptures, worked, taught, and lectured about art throughout his career. This collection contains a lecture typescript and photographs of his work.
    • 2001.7
    • 1 box (0.5 linear feet)
    • Schlossman, Norman, Collection, 1925-1987 (bulk 1932-1967)

    • Newspaper and magazine articles, correspondence and printed matter documenting the built work of the architectural firms Loebl and Schlossman (1925, c.1933-1946), Loebl, Schlossman and DeMuth (1926-c.1933), Loebl, Schlossman and Bennett (1947-1965)...
    • 1990.3
    • 2 boxes (1.3 linear ft.), 3 portfolios, 1 oversize portfolio
    • Cowles, Knight Cheney, Album, c.1929-1931

    • The work of Chicago architect Knight Cheney Cowles is represented in this collection by photographs of several of his buildings.
    • 2001.11
    • 1 portfolio (0.25 linear feet)
    • Patton and Fisher records, c.1885-1908

    • This collection contains working drawings for the Kalamazoo (MI) Public Library and illustrations for Chicago architects Normand Patton's and Reynolds Fisher's designs for public and private buildings in Chicago, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
    • 00.14
    • 0.2 linear feet and oversize material
    • Randall, John D., Papers, 1884-1993

    • Documents compiled by architectural historian John D. Randall in the course of research for the revised edition of book,
    • 1994.4
    • 2 boxes and 1 portfolio (3.25 linear feet)
    • Pond and Pond Collection, c.1895-1938

    • Correspondence, photographs, architectural drawings, and architectural reprographic prints relating to the life and work of Chicago architects and brothers Irving K. and Allen B. Pond.
    • 2001.1
    • 5 boxes (1.5 linear feet) and 1 oversize portfolio
    • Wight, Peter Bonnett, Papers, 1863-1915

    • The papers of noted Chicago architect Peter Bonnett Wight (1838-1925) document his architectural work, his artistic criticism, and his interest in fireproof construction.
    • 1925.1
    • 2 boxes (.5 linear feet)
    • Benjamin Galleries Records, 1920-1988

    • Business and exhibition records, artist information, and ephemera document the operations of Chicago-based Benjamin Galleries from 1940 to 1979.
    • 1996.3
    • 4 boxes (1 linear foot)
    • Burleigh, Thomas R., Collection, 1940-2000 (bulk 1940-1942)

    • Drawings, papers, and photographs documenting Chicago architect Thomas Burleigh s study under and later associations with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL, during the 1940s and 1950s.
    • 1986.1
    • 3 boxes (1 linear foot) and 1 oversize portfolio
    • Llewellyn, J.C., and Associates Records, 1894-1985 (bulk 1920-1960)

    • Joseph C. Llewellyn (1855-1932) established his architectural practice in Chicago in 1892. Before World War II the firm designed industrial buildings, banks and office buildings throughout the Midwest. After World War II their work focused on...
    • 1992.5
    • 61 boxes (25 linear feet), 4 portfolios, 5 oversize portfolios and flatfile materials
    • Steif, B. Leo, Collection, 1916-1953

    • Scrapbooks and photograph albums document Chicago architect B. Leo Steif s designs for residential, commercial, and apartment buildings. Promotional materials, publications, correspondence, and biographical information are also included.
    • 1985.2
    • 2 boxes (1 linear foot) and 2 oversize portfolios
    • Harrison/Morse Research Collection, The, 1960-1988

    • Correspondence, photographs, printed matter and other research materials for Sharon Harrison's catalogue raisonné of French symbolist artist Odilon Redon's etchings, as well as preliminary research for a planned catalogue of Redon's lithographs....
    • 1997.7
    • 20 boxes (8.25 linear feet)
    • Dunlap, William E., Papers, 1921-1957 (bulk 1926-1950)

    • Various materials document Chicago architect William Dunlap's work as a student and instructor at the Illinois Institute of Technology during the years 1946-1952, as well as some early design project contributions. Included are transcripts of class...
    • 2000.6
    • 4 boxes (1.25 linear feet) and flatfile materials
    • Percier and Fontaine collection, c.1790-c.1875

    • French architects Charles Percier (1764-1838) and Pierre François Léonard Fontaine (1762-1853) are widely credited with the development of the neo-classical Empire style. The Percier and Fontaine Collection is comprised of original architectural...
    • 2000.2
    • 15 oversize portfolios and flatfile materials
    • Vinci, John, Papers, 1909-2001 (bulk 1971-1979)

    • Project files, correspondence, photographs, negatives, printed materials, office papers, student projects, product samples and drawings documenting the work of American architect and preservationist John Vinci. These papers chronicle Vinci's...
    • 2007.4
    • 20 linear feet (15 boxes), 2 oversize portfolios, 3 tubes and flatfile materials
    • New York World's Fair Collection, 1937-1940

    • This collection of published materials and images documents many of the exhibitions and activities of the New York World's Fair, which was open in New York City from 1939 to 1940.
    • 2002.2
    • 1 box (0.25 linear feet) and 1 portfolio
    • 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
    • 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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