Emery Roth & Sons architectural records and papers, 1906-1996 (bulk 1951-1994)


Emery Roth & Sons architectural records and papers, 1906-1996, (bulk 1951-1994)

Emery Roth & Sons architectural records and papers, 1906-1996 (bulk 1951-1994)

34,175 drawings, 1,906 photographs and 245 linear feet papers


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Syska & Hennessy

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Roth, Julian.

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CURRENT FUNCTIONS. The Dormitory Authority is responsible for providing financing, construction management, planning, design, and equipment-purchasing services for higher education, health care, and other institutions as authorized by the Public Authorities Law. It also provides long-term low-interest loans to college and graduate students to supplement grants from the State, federal, and other private sources. ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY. This authority was established in 19...

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Roth, Emery, 1871-1948

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Now named the Mayfair Regent Hotel. From the description of 15 story apartment hotel at 56-60 East 65th Street, New York City [graphic] / Emery Roth. 1924. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 82963171 Emery Roth was an architect specializing in apartment house design. Born in Czechoslovakia and orphaned at the age of 13, he came to the United States to live with an uncle in Chicago, Ill. Roth was educated in Chicago, but served his architectura...

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