Architecture -- United States -- History -- 20th Century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: VRC 2006
Overview: Collection consists of black and white glass lantern slides of Canadian and U.S. architecture to the mid-twentieth century.
Call Number: VRC 36
Overview: Collection consists of mounted black and white and color reproductions of modern Canadian and U.S. architecture. Content varies from original photographic prints to reproductions from magazines and other published sources. Some sections have accompanying clippings folders.
Call Number: MS 1971
Overview: The Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects, LLC, records consist of drawings, photographs, correspondence, and other materials documenting a selection of the firm's built and unbuilt projects.
Call Number: MS 1884
Overview: The papers are comprised of drawings, photographs, correspondence, specifications, and publicity materials generated by Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates in the process of designing buildings, both built and unbuilt. Major projects include the New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the Oakland Museum, the Knights of Columbus Headquarters in New Haven, Connecticut, and several projects in New York City, including the Ford Foundation Headquarters, the United Nations Plaza, and the Central...
Call Number: MS 1973
Overview: The collection is comprised of a sampling of the work of two architects, Frank Lupo and Daniel Rowen, as well as their work together in partnership as the architecture firm New York Architects. Four major projects are represented through drawings, photographs, and job files; four additional projects are documented by sketches and presentation drawings. Lupo and Rowen, both alumni of the Yale School of Architecture, were protégés of the architect Charles Gwathmey, and formed their own...
Call Number: MS 1859
Overview: The records consist of project files, drawings, images, and a small number of models of projects undertaken by Robert A. M. Stern Architects, LLP, as well as professional and personal correspondence, writings, lecture transcripts and notes, and television programming created by founding partner Robert A. M. Stern.