Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of medium format mounted black and white and color reproductions of architecture worldwide. Content varies from original photographic prints to reproductions from magazines and other published sources. Some sections have accompanying clippings folders.
Collection of black and white and color commercial postcards from the 19th and 20th centuries largely of buildings and architectural views worldwide.
Collection consists of color and black and white 35 mm slides of architecture, worldwide.
The records consist of architectural and working/detail drawings of institutional, public, and private projects undertaken by Centerbrook Architects and Planners, LLC, as well as documentation of projects by pre-Centerbrook firms M/L/T/W Moore-Turnbull, Charles W. Moore Associates, and Moore Grover Harper. Relevant photographs, slides, correspondence, and newspaper clippings are included.
Collection consists of lantern slides of architecture, mostly Gothic and mostly European. They are fully identified on the labels. Most of the views seem to be stock photography from sources such as Alinari.
Miscellaneous collection of maps, diagrams, elevations, plans and photographs of architecture and archaeological sites, including aerial photographs, mostly well known monuments and places, used for teaching.
The papers consist of architectural drawings, project files, photographs, correspondence, and ephemera documenting Henry Killam Murphy, particularly in his roles as a founding partner in the New Haven firm Murphy & Dana, and the New York City firm Murphy, McGill & Hamlin.
The records consist of editorial and financial correspondence, copyrights, reviews, architectural drawings, articles, accounting records, and photographs and negatives documenting the publication of Perspecta, a journal of the Yale School of Architecture (formerly the School of Architecture and Design and School of Art and Architecture).
The papers consist entirely of materials relating to Rose's book, The Colonial Houses of Worship in America (1963). Included are the manuscript, related correspondence, reviews, and a large amount of research material: notes, letters, and printed and pictorial matter about churches in eighteen states. Among his correspondents are Frederick W. Beinecke, A. Pierce Middleton, Richmond P. Miller and Edmund W. Sinnott.
The records consist of digital images, text, and video and audio recordings used in the publication of Retrospecta.