Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Research report, A Study of Long-Span Steel Roof Structures, by David C. Sharpe. Autographed on inside front cover by author, July 2003.
Book titled AGRA, published by Martin Klaeschen, 2001, 56 pages. The book contains photographs of Marilyn and Don Hollis' house, "Agra," in Paradise Valley, Arizona. Agra was designed by Randall Fonce Architects and built by Rich Fairbourn. The book contains a preface by Martin Klaeschen and prologue by Randall Fonce (Bud), with essays by Jose Bernardi and Tiffany Barrett and photography by Tim Hursley.
One issue of "Arts & Architecture" being the March 1952 issue (Vol. 69, No. 3) with cover article "Mies Van der Rohe" (pp. 16-31). The article includes photographs by Institute of Design photographers: Felipe B. Chano (cover image), John Klukaszewski, Al Loginsky. The magazine also includes a two-page article by Hugo Weber, "Vision In Flux," (pp.32-33) with photogrpahs by Harry Callahan.
One issue of Blueprint ("Europe's leading magazine of architecture and design") titled "Born Again Barcelona" dated December 1985/January 1986 with cover image and article on page 21 (one additional photo) concerning the rebuilding of Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion by Christian Circi.
One 7" reel-to-reel audio tape identified on box as "Richter, Mies, et al". Probably refers to Professor Frederick (Fritz) K. Richter, a long-time faculty member of the Illinois Institute of Technology Humanities Department, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Files created by Howard Dearstyne concerning his professional activities and fellow architects. The collection bulks with correspondence. Journal articles and tear sheets, particularly by or about Barry Byrne are also included, as is a photograph by John Gass of a house designed by Byrne. Of particular note is Dearstyne's correspondence with (Jace) Jacques Brownson, Barry Byrne (1937-1963) and others. Sally A. Chappell's name appears frequently in Byrne materials.
This collection consists of a 20 page typed manuscript by David Spaeth, "Ludwig Hilberseimer's Settlement Unity: Origins and Applications." Spaeth is identified in the manuscript as "Visiting Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Florida." (2 copies)