Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
School of Architecture, Yale University, reminiscences and documentation of architecture students collected by Robert A. M. Stern
Call Number: RU 1001
Overview: The material was gathered by Robert A. M. Stern for his article "Yale 1950-1965", published in Oppositions 4, October 1974, pp. 35-62. It includes letters and reminiscences from students who attended the Yale School of Architecture (formerly the School of Art and Architecture) in those years recalling their architectural education and how it influenced their subsequent careers, photographs and other images of their student and subsequent work, and copies of press releases, annual reports,...
Dates: circa 1970-1974
School of Architecture, Yale University, reminiscences and memorabilia of students in the Classes 1948-1958
Call Number: RU 961
Overview: The material, assembled by Estelle Margolis and Walfredo Toscanini, consists of reminiscences, student and later work, course materials, and articles by former Yale architecture students who graduated from 1948 to 1958.
Dates: circa 1948-2004
Call Number: MS 865
Overview: The papers consist of correspondence, architectural drawings, sketches, diaries, photographs, lecture materials, writings, and other documents pertaining to the life of Shepherd Stevens (1880-1962), an American architect and professor of architecture at Cornell (1915-1920) and Yale (1920-1947) universities who was educated at Columbia University (1899-1903) and trained in the Beaux-Arts tradition at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris, France, where he received his ...
Dates: 1789-1961, bulk 1840-1961
Call Number: MS 499
Overview: Correspondence from John Allan, William Hayward and Theodore Strong, a notebook of mathematical exercises, photostatic copies of letters of patent for improvements on bridges and one architectural drawing of Jones Court, built in New York City for James I. Jones. Also included is a scrapbook assembled by Town's daughter, Etha Town Peters.
Call Number: MS 816
Overview: Papers of ten members of the Tracy family, originating in Litchfield, Connecticut. The most prominent figures are Uriah Tracy, Roger Sherman Tracy, Howard Crosby Tracy, and Evarts Tracy. The papers of Uriah Tracy include letters to his children written while he was in Congress (1794-1806), letters to others on Congressional business, and his journal of a trip to the West in 1800. The papers of Roger Sherman Tracy consist chiefly of letters written to his family from Yale College in 1859 and...
Call Number: MS 1362
Overview: The 127 lantern slides were taken by Stanley Wilson during his four years in China when he was supervisory architect for the firm of Murphy and Dana. The slides document the construction of the Yale-China Changsha campus in 1914. In addition to views of the construction site, there are also a number of slides showing scenes of everyday life in China.