Walter Gropius papers, 1925-1969 (inclusive), 1937-1969 (bulk).


Walter Gropius papers, 1925-1969 (inclusive), 1937-1969 (bulk).

1925-1969 (inclusive), 1937-1969 (bulk).

Papers of German-born architect and Harvard professor Walter Gropius.

40 boxes (15 linear ft.)





SNAC Resource ID: 6383543

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Motherwell, Robert Burns, 1915- (person)

Grote, Ludwig, 1893-1974 (person)

National Institute of Arts and Letters (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Pennemann, Nicholas B (person)

Rogers, Ernesto N. (person)

Harkness, Albert, 1822-1907 (person)

Gail, Albert (person)

Citroen, Paul Roelof, 1896- (person)

Rosenthal, Philip (person)

Gropius, William. (person)

Schwartz, William B. (person)

Moholy, Sibyl (person)

Schmertz, Mildred F. (person)

Mildred Floyd Schmertz was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She earned the B.Arch. at Carnegie Institute of Technology (1947) and M.F.A. at Yale (1957). She worked for the firm of John Schurko 1947-1955. Schmertz was a writer and editor for Architectural Record for 33 years, serving as editor-in-chief from 1985 to 1990. She is the editor of several books and author of many articles. From the description of Photographs of Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, Capital of Bangladesh, Louis I. Kahn, arc...

Krause, Franz (person)

Mueller, I F (person)

Miró, Joan, 1893-1983 (person)

Spanish painter. From the description of Autograph letters signed (2) : Mallorca, to John Rewald, 1971 Dec. 26 and 1972 Oct. 22. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270871537 French painter. From the description of Aidez l'Espagne (poster), 1937. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83814624 ...

Itten, Johannes, 1888-1967 (person)

Tokyo. National Museum of Modern Art. (corporateBody)

Raddin, Harland. (person)

Phi beta kappa (corporateBody)

Collegiate scholastic honor society founded in 1776 at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va. From the description of Phi Beta Kappa records, 1776-2006 (bulk 1900-2000). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70983375 The national Phi Beta Kappa Society, America's oldest and most prestigious honor society, was founded in 1776 at the College of William and Mary in Virginia. Membership in the national society is a significant achievement, which honors excellen...

Norton, Peter (person)

Slate, Art. (person)

Hirschfeld, Ludwig (person)

Madaleno, Juan Sordo. (person)

Schiff, Ernst. (person)

Huebner, Herbert. (person)

Nakpil (Juan F.) & Sons. (person)

Schneider, Gotthold (person)

Meudon, Marian. (person)

Mayekawa, Kunio (person)

Hickins, Max H... (person)

Kepes, György (1906-2001). (person)

Gyorgy Kepes (1906-2001) was a painter and educator from Cambridge, Mass. From the description of Oral history interview with Gyorgy Kepes, 1972 Mar. 7-1973 Jan. 11 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 495596647 From the description of Oral history interview with Gyorgy Kepes, 1968 Aug. 18. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 779477499 Gyorgy Kepes; artist and aesthetic theorist; born 1906 in Selyp, Hungary; taught at New Bauhaus in Chicago and at Massachuse...

Virginia Currie. (person)

Matz, Hans-Martin. (person)

Burchard, Eveline. (person)

Hopf, Hellmuth. (person)

Bayard. (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 29170 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000987.0x0001d2 ...

Messina, Phillip. (person)

Freund, Gerhard, 1949- (person)

Rudorf, Arthur. (person)

Rosa, A., firm, Barcelona. (corporateBody)

Liverpool School of Architecture of the University of Liverpool. (corporateBody)

Romañach, Mario. (person)

Albert, Prince Consort, consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1861 (person)

Royal consort of Queen Victoria. From the description of Albert, Prince Consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, correspondence, 1853-1935. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79423552 Places: England Title: Prince Consort of Queen Victoria British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000472.0x000032 ...

Otto, Wolfgang Th. (person)

Monzón, Amalia Cervera. (person)

Thormann, H J (person)

Neutra, Richard Joseph, 1892-1970 (person)

Richard Josef Neutra was born in 1892 in Vienna; immigrated to US, 1923; Frank Lloyd Wright invited him to Taliesin during the fall of 1924; Neutra moved to Los Angeles, CA, 1925; most productive years were during 1930s and 1940s; spent most of his last decade in partnership with his son, Dion; published several books, including Wie baut Amerika? (1927) and Survival through design (1954); died in 1970. From the description of Papers, 1925-1970. (University of California, Los Angeles)...

Zander, Frank G. (person)

Paepcke, Walter P. (American industrial designer, 20th century) (person)

Rogers, Ernesto (person)

Fuller, Charlotte. (person)

Institute of Design to the Illinois Institute of Technology. (corporateBody)

Yosiaki, Nôsu. (person)

László Moholy-Nagy (person)

Schardt, Alois J. (Alois Jakob), 1889-1955 (person)

German art historian and museum director. Then director of the Moritzburg Museum in Halle, Schardt was appointed director of the National Gallery in Berlin in 1933, replacing Ludwig Justic, who was forced from his job by the Nazis. Schardt was dismissed within months, and his newly-hung galleries, like those of Justi before him, were not opened to the public. Later he was forbidden to teach at the University of Halle, to speak in public, or to publish. He left for the United States in 1940, brin...

Reyna, Jorge Gonzalez. (person)

Wildenhain, Marguerite (person)

Marguerite Wildenhain (1896-1985) was a ceramicist and educator in Guerneville, California. Born Marguerite Friedlaender in Lyon, France, Wildenhain received training in sculpture at the Berlin School of Applied Arts. She later worked as a designer for the Royal Berlin Porcelain Factory, leaving in 1919 to apprentice in pottery at the Bauhaus, under Max Krehan and Gerhard Marcks. After receiving her degree as master-potter, she was employed at the Municipal School for Arts and Crafts in Halle Sa...

Stadler, Gunta Stölzl. (person)

Williams, Amancio (person)

Winkler, Robert, 1898- (person)

Mohlzahn, Johannes, 1892- (person)

Schrammen, Eberhard, 1886-1947 (person)

Eberhard Schrammen (1886-1947) studied at the Bauhaus in Weimar. From the description of Letters received, 1926-1947. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 81666248 ...

Hoddesdon Conference (corporateBody)

Harper's magazine. (corporateBody)

Stuttgarter Zeitung. (person)

Piscator, Erwin, 1898-1966 (person)

Wingler, Hans Maria (person)

Deffke, Wilhelm. (person)

Kraemer, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1907-1990 (person)

Gildemeister, Natalie (person)

McGraw-Hill (person)

Eikus, Howard. (person)

Heep, Adolf Franz, 1902-1978 (person)

Simonson, Albert (person)

Comarnescu, Petru. (person)

Cook, Alice Hanson (person)

Evelyn Arm (person)

Kristin Mitchell. (person)

Takagi, Yasaka, 1889-1984 (person)

Conant, Grace R (person)

Davis, Anita (person)

Linguanotto, Daniel (person)

Faber and Faber, Ltd., firm, publishers (corporateBody)

Platounoff, I G (person)

England, Priscilla S (person)

Reichert, Robert (person)

Plakias, Jane. (person)

Pertzoff, Olga P (person)

Gutheim, Frederick Albert, 1908-1993 (person)

Frederick Albert Gutheim (1908-1993) was a city planner, urban historian and architectural critic, and professor at The George Washington University from 1971-79, and director of the University's graduate program in historic preservation from 1976-79. Mr. Guthheim was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on March 3, 1908. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1931 from the University of Wisconsin. He continued his studies at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Urbaines, the London School of Economics a...

Selmanagic, Selman. (person)

O. Schlemmer (person)

Roth, Alfred (person)

Ise Gropius. (person)

Riocourt, Christl, contesse de. (person)

Pomplun, Kurt (person)

Moser, Werner M. (person)

Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Werner M. Moser and his wife, Silva Moser. From the description of Letters, 1957-1971, to Lewis Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155873129 ...

Dean Luis Sert (person)

Luehrs, Mira. (person)

Gummere, Richard Mott, 1912- (person)

Luettke, Thomas A (person)

Yamawaki Iwao, 1898- (person)

Rettaliata, John Theodore, 1911- (person)

Raacke, Peter. (person)

Pfankuch, Peter (person)

Pott, C Hugo. (person)

Urbahn, Maximilian O (person)

Schadendorf, Wulf (person)

Seike, Tadashi (person)

Ilse Rosé. (person)

Brändström-Ulich, Fru Elsa, 1888- (person)

Berliner Handels-Gesellschaft (corporateBody)

Morehouse, Richard (person)

Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Hilla, baroness, 1895- (person)

Neufert, Ernst (person)

Pisenti, Oreste. (person)

Kalckstein, Ilse Gropius. (person)

Legislation committee on H-1597 (corporateBody)

Julian Huxley. (person)

Urbach, I (person)

Ossowski, . (person)

American Institute of Architects (corporateBody)

The Western Association of Architects (WAA) was founded in Chicago in 1884 as a rival organization of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Members consisted of architects from the Midwest and the South with chapters forming in many states. The WAA was the first architectural organization to petition for licensure of architects. Many architects were members of both WAA and AIA and a decision was made in 1889 for WAA to merge with AIA. From the guide to the Papers of the Western...

Lohmeyer, Hartmut. (person)

Kleint, Boris (person)

J. J. McCloy (person)

Heyer, Georg (person)

Marcks, Dietrich (person)

Polk, William R. (William Roe), 1929- (person)

Kantner, ... (person)

Konnerth, Hermann, 1881- (person)

Gardner, Kenneth (person)

University of the Witwatersrand (corporateBody)

Michel, Jack Martin. (person)

Kramer, Ferdinand (person)

Ferdinand (Ferd) Kramer was born on August 10, 1901 in Chicago, Illinois, to Adolf and Ray Kramer. Kramer graduated from the University of Chicago Laboratory School. He went on to attend West Point and graduate from the University of Chicago with a bachelor's degree in Philosophy in 1922. He resided on Chicago's South Side for much of his life, and connected his real estate development work to his personal attachments to the South Side. In 1958, Kramer moved with his family into Pra...

Rounsevel, Walter. (person)

Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (corporateBody)

Sorensen, Abel. (person)

Rasch & co., firm, Osnabrük. (corporateBody)

Vincent, Claude (person)

Cascieri, Eda. (person)

Fischer, Brigitte Bermann. (person)

Moehlman, John. (person)

Farnham (person)

Associated Universities, Inc. (corporateBody)

Associated Universities, Inc. was founded in 1946 as the interuniversity corporation to administer Brookhaven National Laboratory. Participating universities included Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, University of Rochester, and Yale. Their objective was to create a multidisciplinary research institution, a primary purpose of which would be to provide, with the financial support of the Federal Government, fac...

Storrow, . (person)

Froriep, (Mrs.) Siegfried. (person)

Moholy, Lucia (person)

National Council on Schoolhouse Construction (corporateBody)

Dr. Gropius (person)

Hassenpflug, Gustav (person)

Worcester, Mass, Art Museum. (corporateBody)

Architects' Collaborative International, Ltd. (corporateBody)

Palma, Ugo. (person)

Rading, (Mrs.) Adolf. (person)

Bannister, Turpin C. (Turpin Chambers), 1904-1982 (person)

Architectural historian and educator. From the description of Turpin C. Bannister papers, 1944. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79449077 Bannister held degrees from Denison, Columbia, and Harvard. He served as architecture dean at Alabama Polytechnic Institute and at the University of Florida. He received numerous awards and honors, and was a noted historian of architecture. From the description of Lantern slides, 1904-1948. (Auburn University). WorldCat record id...

Zernik, Lotte E (person)

Erfurter Verkehrsverein. Erfurt. (person)

Benscheidt, Karl. (person)

Lydia Dorner (person)

Heinemann, Gustav Walter, 1899- (person)

Stevenson-Kefauver campaign committee. (corporateBody)

Davis, Richard (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 36048 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000213.0x000278 Epithet: Deputy Accountant-General, Four Courts, Dublin British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000213.0x000276 Epithet: innkeeper, of Croydon British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000213.0x00...

Bush, John, of Tunbridge Wells (person)

McCallum, Ian Robert More (person)

Thompson, Anthony. (person)

Anthony Thompson was born in Edenbridge, Kent in 1911. He was educated at Bedales School, Kent and Magdalene College, Cambridge where he graduated in Modern Languages (French and German) and an Advanced Diploma in Russian. Thompson worked as a cataloguer in the Department of Printed Books at the British Museum (1935-1936) and at the University of Cape Town (1937-1944) before leaving to serve in World War II. On his return to the UK, Thompson worked as the Librarian at: Edinburgh Col...

Marcel Breuer (person)

Albrecht, Sven M. (person)

Alexander, Max (person)

Lehmann, Walter (person)

Arroyo, Gabriela Menendez de. (person)

Stein, Richard G. (person)

Christliche Nothilfe (corporateBody)

Sutro, Louis. (person)

Hirschfeld, Elenor. (person)

Oles, Steve. (person)

Retslag, Wolfgang (person)

Pierce, Walter (person)

Samuel, Godfrey. (person)

Bassetti, Fred, 1917- (person)

Bund Deutscher Architekten (corporateBody)

Dorfner, Hans Werner. (person)

Emunds, . (person)

Dresdner Bank. (person)

Fitzgerald, Betsy. (person)

U.S. Office of war information. (corporateBody)

Vittorini, . (person)

Jawdat, Nizar. (person)

Reinhold, Hans Ansgar, 1897- (person)

Loehnberg, Marianne. (person)

Kaukas, . (person)

Lucy Linder. (person)

Spiral Press (corporateBody)

The Spiral Press was an American fine press founded by Joseph Blumenthal (1897-1990) in 1926. Between 1926 and its closure in 1971, the press designed and printed books for or by Robert Frost, W. H. Auden, Pablo Neruda, William Carlos Williams, Robinson Jeffers and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The press's institutional clients included the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Morgan Library, Museum of Modern Art, Frick Collection, Random House, and CBS Television Network. Blumentha...

Borcke, Werner von. (person)

Bogner, Harry. (person)

Kranz, Kurt (person)

Radio Bremen. (person)

Luther, Margaret. (person)

Cuffe, Luan P (person)

Werchawchick, . (person)

Reckleben, Ernst. (person)

Matsuda (person)

Orgaz, Alfredo R (person)

Pergola, Diane. (person)

Levi, Rino, 1901-1965 (person)

American guild for German cultural freedom (corporateBody)

Essen. Industrieform eingetragener Verein. (corporateBody)

Museum of Fine Arts (corporateBody)

Morison, Samuel Eliot (person)

Morison graduated from Harvard in 1908 and taught American history at Harvard. From the description of Course material for History 161b, the discovery of America, 1940. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512193 Morison earned his Harvard AB in 1908, his Harvard AM in 1909, and his Harvard PhD in 1912. He taught history at Harvard. From the description of Notes in English 28, second half year, 1904-1905. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074686...

Rudofsky, Bernard, 1905-1988 (person)

Architect, exhibition organizer, and architectural theorist. From the description of Bernard Rudofsky papers, ca. 1910-1987. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 79305976 Biographical/Historical Note 1905 Born April 13. 1922 1928 ...

Gropius, Bertraut. (person)

Burchard, Charles (person)

Baidya, Manik Ratan Bose. (person)

School of Architecture and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (corporateBody)

Korndoerfer, Gustav Hermann. (person)

Schmidt, Joost (person)

Forschungsgemeinschaft Bauen und Wohnen. (person)

Herbert, Gilbert. (person)

Lohmann, Paul (person)

Lyman, William. (person)

Huber, Hermann (person)

Kroll, Lisbeth. (person)

Wheaton, William L. (person)

Harvard University. Fogg Art Museum. (corporateBody)

Langford Grove School (corporateBody)

György Kepes. (person)

Grisebach, Hanna, 1899- (person)

Phillips Exeter Academy (corporateBody)

Simon, S R (person)

Sert, Jose Luis (person)

Yoshioka, Ryosake. (person)

Menger, Annemarie. (person)

Donndorf, Wolf (person)

Hans H. Sante. (person)

TAC office (corporateBody)

Schulz, (Frl.) (person)

Arbor, Ann (person)

Dusek, G Yiri. (person)

Osborn, . (person)

Roth-Seefrid, C F (person)

Dr. Walter Gropius (person)

Arndt, Peter (person)

Steininger, Gertrud. (person)

Royal Designers for Industry. (corporateBody)

Proctor, Keith (person)

Rosé, Ernest W (person)

Rolfes, Jochen (person)

NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. (corporateBody)

Cetto, Catarina. (person)

Treitschke, Armin. (person)

Vivian Wu. (person)

Ditterich, Marie. (person)

Tamm und Grobe, architekten, Zwickau. (corporateBody)

Schaarschmidt, Siegfried. (person)

Fischer, Norman G (person)

Henchoz, Marcel. (person)

Behne, Adolf, 1885-1948 (person)

Mandrot, Henry de 1861-1920 (person)

Kass, Fred L (person)

Herricht, Walter(?) (person)

Weil, Ulrich (person)

Szabo, Albert (person)

Busch, Adolf, 1891-1952 (person)

German violinist and composer. From the description of Nocturno / für / Saxophon und kleines Orchester / über ein / Negro Spiritual / ("Swing low, sweet Chariot") / Adolf Busch Op. 58a. 26. Juli 1942. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270562109 ...

Luettke, Ella. (person)

Creighton, Thomas H. (Thomas Hawk), 1904-1984 (person)

Kandinsky, Nina (person)

Forbát, Alfréd, 1897-1972 (person)

Nagel, Charles, 1849-1940 (person)

Charles Nagel was born in Colorado County, Texas, on August 9, 1849, and moved to St. Louis, Missouri during the Civil War. He received an LL.B. from Washington University in 1872 and did postgraduate work at the University of Berlin. On his return to St. Louis he was admitted to the bar and practiced law there for the rest of his life. He served in the Missouri House of Representatives (1881-1883) and on the St. Louis City Council (1893-1897). Nagel was secretary of commerce and labor in Willia...

Maguire, John F. (person)

Bockelmann, . (person)

Kikutake, Kiyonori (person)

Breisacher-Bexten, (Mrs.) Ernst. (person)

Youtz, Philip Newell, 1895-1972 (person)

Architect, inventor and educator, director of the Brooklyn Museum, and dean of the College of Architecture and Design of University of Michigan. From the description of Philip Newell Youtz papers, 1920-1972. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34418711 Architect, curator, educator. Curator of the Pennsylvania Museum of Art (1930-1932), director, Brooklyn Museum (1934-1938), director, Pacific Area at the Golden Gate International Exposition,...

Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig, 1886- (person)

Grounds, Roy, 1905-1981 (person)

Wiener, Paul Lester, 1895-1967 (person)

Paul Lester Wiener was born in Leipzig, Germany, in 1895. He was educated in the Royal Academy of Berlin with post graduate study in Vienna and Paris. He came to the United States in 1913 and became a citizen in 1919. He returned to Europe for further study and work until 1927. With Bruno Paul, Wiener founded Contempora, a group of international artists, in 1928. Returning to the United States that year, Wiener took up a comfortable architectural practice and in 1937 designed the U....

Dorner, Lydia (person)

Spiller, Jürg. (person)

Gropius, Ise (person)

Ise or Ilse Gropius (born Ilse Frank) was married to Walter Gropius, the German architect and founder of the Bauhaus School in Dessau, from 1923 until his death in 1969. The couple moved from Britian to Lincoln, Massachusetts in the spring 1937. They had one daughter, Ati Gropius. From the description of Ilse Gropius Correspondence, 1940-1974. 1940-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 752388772 Ise Gropius was the widow of Walter Gropius; Müller was an archivist at the Bauh...

Berenbrock, Otto (person)

I. Rakatansky. (person)

Feininger, Theodor Lux, 1910- (person)

Pierre, Otto. (person)

Lazo, Carlos (person)

Schroeder, Fritz (person)

Gropius, , recipient. (person)

Flitner, Wilhelm, 1889-1990 (person)

Brandford, Charles T., firm, publishers. (person)

Thomson, Kenneth R (person)

Zehrfuss, Bernard. (person)

Herr Oberfinanzpraesident (person)

Duhart, Emilio. (person)

Hechinger, John W (person)

Eckertz, Waldemar (person)

Bayer, Herbert 1900- (person)

Michaels, Anthony T (person)

London. Institute of contemporary arts. (corporateBody)

Schiefer, Walter (person)

E. E. Seelye. (person)

Schwabe & co. verlag, Benno. (corporateBody)

Harvard Graduate School of Design (corporateBody)

Weiner, Charles. (person)

Charles Irwin Weiner is an historian. From the guide to the Joseph Henry's lectures on natural philosophy: teaching and research in physics, 1832-1847, 1965, 1965, (American Philosophical Society) ...

AIJ (Architectural Institute of Japan) (corporateBody)

University of Michigan. (corporateBody)

Outside of museum holdings, no comprehensive survey and inventory of campus artwork had been attempted since 1937. With support from the Michigan Commission on Art in Public Places, 1,076 items were inventoried during 1988-1990. Additional inventory work was undertaken in 1997-1998 for risk management purposed, but generated little new information. From the description of Inventory of University of Michigan-owned art, 1988-1990, 1997-1998. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id...

Luettke, Wolfgang (person)

Stiftung F. V. S. zu Hamburg. (person)

Office of War Information. (corporateBody)

North Carolina - University. (corporateBody)

Bad Godesberg, Ger. Bundesminister für Wohnungsbau. (person)

W. Gropius. (person)

Burchard, Anna Manon. (person)

Sakakura, Junzō, 1901 or 1904-1969 (person)

Williamson, G. Scott (George Scott), 1883-1953 (person)

Brandt, Marianne (person)

Harvard university, Graduate school of design (corporateBody)

These models were created for the Whitney Museum of American Art exhibition: Buckminster Fuller: Starting with the Universe, June 26-September 21, 2008. From the description of Models created after Buckminster Fuller designs by students of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2008. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754865251 Maria Kohlrausch worked in Dept. of Landscape Architecture 1928-1950. She corresponded with Harvard University Graduate School of Design stude...

Strengell, Marianne, 1909- (person)

Fiber artist and teacher. From the description of Marianne Strengell papers, 1904-1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122389599 Marianne Strengell, b. 1909, weaver, textile designer, and educator. From the description of Oral history interview with Marianne Strengell, 1982 Jan. 8-Dec. 16. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 430380348 Weaver, textile designer, educator. From the description of Marianne Strengell interviews, 1982 Jan. 8-Dec. 16. (U...

Dexter Perkins (person)

Jacobi, Hans Peter. (person)

Bauhaus Archiv, Darmstadt. (person)

Baukunst (person)

Park, Edward Chin. (person)

Adams, Ramelle, 1916-2004 (person)

Shepley, Hugh. (person)

Heidemann, Carl (person)

Roesner, Ann W (person)

Romañach, Maria. (person)

Little, Robert (Robert P.) (person)

Glaubitz, Gisela von. (person)

Menge, L (person)

Philippines. Legation (corporateBody)

Raith, Ella. (person)

Art Club. Independent International Artistic Association. (corporateBody)

Design. London, Eng., Council of Industrial Design. (corporateBody)

Ikuta, Tsutomu (person)

Jorge Gonzalez Reyna. (person)

Saarinen, Alma (Bernstein) 1914- (person)

London, Philip. (person)

Ortega, Alvaro. (person)

Weissmann (person)

Ludwig, prinz von Hessen und bei Rhein. (person)

Engel, E. (person)

Kawai, S (person)

S. Giedion (person)

Stowell, Kenneth Kingsley, 1894- (person)

Kahn, Louis I., 1901-1974 (person)

Louis I. Kahn was born in Estonia and raised in Philadelphia. He was trained in architecture in the Beaux-Arts tradition at the University of Pennsylvania under Paul Philippe Cret. As a mature architect, Kahn was distinguished from his contemporaries (in a period dominated by the International Style) by his unique personal philosophy of architecture and a style marked by a profound sense of history and pure geometry in design and the texture of materials in construction. His legacy is as much in...

Luebbert-Griese, Kaethe. (person)

Munk, Peter Müller- (person)

Carlhiay, Jean Paul. (person)

Matsumoto, Hiroshi, 1917- (person)

Margaret, prinzessin von Hessen und bei Rhein. (person)

Jones, Frank Pierce (person)

Bieber, Karl Augustinus D (person)

American friends service committee (corporateBody)

Quaker organization formed to promote peace and reconciliation through its social service and relief programs. From the description of American Friends Service Committee records, 1933-1988 (bulk 1933-1938). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70983753 The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) was organized in June 1917 as an outgrowth of and coordination point for the anti-war and relief activities of various bodies of the Religious Society of Friends in the United States. A ...

Seifert, Fanny. (person)

Kuhn, Charles (person)

Weissberger, José A. (person)

Coolidge, Charles Allerton. (person)

Coolidge (Harvard, A.B., 1917) was a member of the Harvard Corporation, 1935- From the description of Papers of Charles Allerton Coolidge, 1942-1965 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973243 ...

Hayes, John (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 22910 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000303.0x0002b4 Epithet: of Wolverhampton British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000298.0x000217 Epithet: of Stowe MS 204 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000303.0x0002b6 Epithet: of Add MS 396...

Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 (person)

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917, to Joseph P. Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy of Brookline, Massachusetts. John Kennedy, the second of nine children, attended Choate Academy (1932-1935), Princeton University (1935-36), Harvard College (1936-40), and Stanford Business School (1941). In 1940, he published a book based on his senior thesis entitled "Why England Slept." The book criticized British policy of Appeasement. In 1941, Kennedy enlisted in the Navy. In August 1943, Kenn...

K. Schlesier (person)

Luttké-Curjel, Thomas. (person)

Hamann, Anni. (person)

Burchard, Joachim (person)

Gropius, Maria C (person)

Quellenhof Kur-, und Golfhotel, Bad Ragaz. (person)

Schmogrow, . (person)

Weyrauch, Hubertus. (person)

Kazi, Abdul-Razzak. (person)

Felix J. Samuely (person)

Herrick, C. Judson (person)

Kalckstein, Ilse. (person)

Keller, Dieter (person)

Perkins, Holmes. (person)

Arup, Ove (person)

Werfel, Alma Mahler, 1879-1964, (person)

Blum, Selma von. (person)

Prince, L F (person)

Kajima, Shoichi. (person)

Hamaguchi, Ryuichi. (person)

Miyajima, Hisao. (person)

Otto, Karl, architect. (person)

Gropius, Alma Manon (person)

Dreyfus, Henry, 1904- (person)

Hauser, Eduard (person)

Kupfer, Molly. (person)

National Planning Conference of the American Society of Planning Officials (corporateBody)

Kuehnlein, Konrad. (person)

Bryett, Jack. (person)

Knobelsdorf, Frieda. (person)

Genthe, ... (person)

Janssen, Horst, 1929-1995 (person)

Willes, Margarethe. (person)

Early, Henry (person)

Klopfer, Paul. (person)

Pfau, Bernhard, 1902-1989 (person)

Danielzik, Gerlinde Gropius. (person)

Bank für Handel und Industrie. (corporateBody)

Maki, Misao. (person)

Engelhardt, Hans (person)

Darie, Sandu. (person)

Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Association Internationale Le Corbusier. (corporateBody)

Atkinson, Fello (person)

Moore, Elizabeth (person)

Epithet: Prioress of Flixton, county Suffolk British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000678.0x000356 ...

Yanagi, Munemichi, 1915-2011 (person)

Architektenring Düsseldorf. (corporateBody)

Herrey, Harmann. (person)

Volkswagenwerk, Wolfsburg, Ger. (person)

Kolb, Walter (person)

Rogers, Belgioioso Peressutti. (person)

Eveline Burchard (person)

Watts, Alan, 1915-1973 (person)

Wetzel, Erich. (person)

Frahm, Heidi. (person)

Leudesdorff, Lore Ribbentrop. (person)

Olessak, Egon E (person)

Rita Rolfes. (person)

Wight, Frederick, 1902- (person)

Polenz, Clara. (person)

Greater Boston Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy. (corporateBody)

Siple, . (person)

Nesch, Irma. (person)

Linder, Ruth (person)

Toepfer, Alfred C., 1894- (person)

Maekawa, Kunio (person)

Meyer-Waldeck, Wera. (person)

Loose, Adolf. (person)

Dorp, Ernst van, 1920-.... (person)

Fischer, Wilhelm, 1786-1859 (person)

Pardo, José S (person)

U.S. Dept. of Justice. (corporateBody)

Schreyer, Lothar, 1886- (person)

Calderwood, Douglas. (person)

Lee, Kyu. (person)

Hirschberg, Max, 1883- (person)

Hollatz, Helene. (person)

Rolfes, Etta. (person)

Blankenhorn, . (person)

IVES, NORMAN (person)

James, Henry (person)

Epithet: novelist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000208.0x00012f Epithet: Baron James of Hereford British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001219.0x000331 Epithet: Subject of Mss Eur F234 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001244.0x000361 Epithet: Capta...

Pevsner, Nikolaus, Sir, 1902- (person)

Biographical/Historical Note The art and architectural historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner (1902-1983) was born in Germany. He worked with the Dresden gallery (1924-1928) and taught at Göttingen University (1929-1933) before immigrating to England in 1933. In England Pevsner taught at Birkbeck College (University of London) and the Courtauld Institute, and lectured as the Slade Professor of Art at Cambridge (1949-1955) and Oxford (1969) Universiti...

Council for Democracy (corporateBody)

Martin Wagner. (person)

S. Giedion (ed.) (person)

Smith (Charles Sumner) school. (corporateBody)

Ackermann, Lotte. (person)

Reckleben, Lilo. (person)

Jane Beverly (Drew) Fry. (person)

Currie, Virginia. (person)

Startz, Cäcilie. (person)

Gropius, Felicitas. (person)

Weiss, Hans-Joachim (person)

Vorhoelzer, Robert, 1884-1954 (person)

Burchard, Sibylle. (person)

Bischoff, Claus, 1950- (person)

Frobel, Karoline Maria von. (person)

Brendel, Erich (person)

Iyatraki, Magdalini. (person)

Olivetti Corporation. (corporateBody)

Filipowski, Richard. (person)

Zippmann, Gertrud. (person)

Brendel, Gertrud. (person)

Lange, Emil (person)

Dorner, Alexander, 1893-1957 (person)

Art historian. Dorner emigrated from Germany to the U.S. and became director of the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design. From the description of Alexander Dorner papers, 1938-1955. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122355077 Alexander Dorner was born January, 1893, in Königsberg, Germany. After attending Königsberg University, he transferred to the University of Berlin in 1915, where he began his study of art history, archaeology, philosophy, and h...

Kennedy, Edward Moore, 1932-2009 (person)

Edward Moore Kennedy (b. Feb. 22, 1932, Boston, Mass.-d. Aug. 25, 2009), graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in government in 1956, and received his LL.B. from the University of Virginia in 1959. He served in the United States Army from 1951 to 1953. He was elected democratic senator from Massachusetts in 1962, served until his death in August 2009. He was the Assistant District Attorney for Suffolk County from 1961 to 1962, and sought the Democratic nomination for president in 1980....

Linder, Paul (person)

Baruth, Karl Heinz. (person)

Berliner Presse. (corporateBody)

Wagner, Gertrud. (person)

Kurt Kranz (person)

Kepes, Gyorgy (person)

Holtfreter, Karl. (person)

Zokeisha publications, ltd. (corporateBody)

Moholy-Nagy, László, 1895-1946 (person)

László Moholy-Nagy (1894-1946) was a painter, sculptor, photographer, designer, film maker, theorist and teacher who was a major figure in the Bauhaus movement, first in Germany and later instrumental in bringing the Bauhaus philosophy to the United States. His work spanned many genres. He was influenced by the Constructivists, Dadists and the Suprematists. In 1922 he was appointed to Bauhaus school of design in Berlin, staying until 1928. After working in commercial practice in Europe, he mov...

Kuhlen, Peter Maria. (person)

Harvard Club of Boston (corporateBody)

The Harvard Club of Boston is an organization of Harvard alumni living in and around Boston, Massachusetts. Its membership is open to alumni and associates of Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yale University, and Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. The Back Bay Clubhouse is located in Boston's historic Back Bay neighborhood, at 374 Commonwealth Avenue. The Club was founded on March 19, 1908, more than fifty years after the first Boston-...

Julia Feininger. (person)

A. S. Wensinger (person)

Byng, Robert. (person)

Germany. Allied Occupation, 1945- (corporateBody)

Cotton, Jack, -1964 (person)

Wechs, Thomas, 1893-1970 (person)

Linder, Alfredo. (person)

Journal of Architectural Education (corporateBody)

Trinker, . (person)

Knoth, Johannes (person)

Klein, Hans Peter, 1931- (person)

Holford, Marjorie. (person)

Schwerdtfeger, Hildegard. (person)

Cope, Alice. (person)

Fieger, Carl. (person)

World-wide Broadcasting Corporation. (corporateBody)

Treu, Gertrud. (person)

Holford, William Graham, 1907- (person)

Tralau, Walter (person)

Durand, Dana (person)

Porter, Frank (person)

Hayes, Bartlett H., 1904-1988 (person)

Museum director, consultant. From the description of Bartlett H.Hayes interview, 1972 Oct. 24. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220178439 From the description of Oral history interview with Bartlett H. Hayes, 1972 Oct. 24. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 233007002 Museum director, art administrator; Boston, Mass.; Died 1988. From the description of Bartlett H. Hayes interview, 1974 July-1975 May 1. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220186376 Bartlett ...

Cooke, Francis, instrument maker and engraver (person)

McDonnell, Lloyd? (person)

Pahl, Pius. (person)

Sievers, Johannes, 1880- (person)

Professor Johannes Sievers, father of Australian photographer Wolfgang Sievers, was an art and architectural historian with the German Foreign Office until his dismissal by the Nazi government in 1933. From the description of Papers relating to the biography of Johannes Sievers, 1917-1968 [manuscript]. 1917-1968. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 749110032 Hanna Sievers was apparently Johannes's wife. The correspondence reflects that in 1932 Sievers was acquainted w...

Lindt, Else (person)

Columbia University. School of Architecture (corporateBody)

The architecture program at the School of Mines at Columbia was begun by William Robert Ware in 1881. In 1897 the department became a separate school of architecture. Ware had begun the first professional school of architecture in the United States at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. From the description of Columbia University School of Architecture student drawings, circa 1879-1956, (bulk circa 1884-1912). (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: ...

Professors Walter Gropius (person)

Pauls-Harding, Plütti. (person)

Allen, Gordon, 1885-1964 (person)

Lowthorpe School of Landscape Architecture. (corporateBody)

Located in Groton, MA, the Lowthorpe School of Landscape Architecture, Gardening and Horticulture for Women opened in 1901 under the direction of Judith Eleanor Low. The first school of its kind for women, Lowthorpe incorporated in 1909 and changed its name to the Lowthorpe School of Landscape Architecture in 1929. The School merged with Rhode Island School of Design in 1945, becoming a Department within the Division of Planning. Lowthorpe offered summer pro...

Hoefler, Kurt. (person)

Karbe, Marlene. (person)

Alexander Dorner (person)

O'Neal, William B. (William Bainter), 1907-1994 (person)

Professor of architectural design and history at the University of Virginia. Art collector. From the description of [Scrapbook] / [William Bainter O'Neal] [195-?] (National Gallery of Art Library). WorldCat record id: 170972066 ...

Robinson, Denis M (person)

Kaufmann, Edgar, 1910-1989 (person)

d. 1989. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)). WorldCat record id: 81396145 Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. (1910-1989) was an American industrial designer, architect and artist. He apprenticed with Frank Lloyd Wright (1933-1934) and his father, Edgar Kaufmann, Sr., commissioned Fallingwater from noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1936. Among his other accomplishments, he was director of the industrial de...

Loewy, Paymond Fernand, 1893- (person)

Teague, Walter Dorwin, 1883-1960 (person)

Walter Dorwin Teague (1883-1960) was an American industrial designer and founder of Walter Dorwin Teague Associates. For more than eighty years, the company - known today simply as "Teague"- has designed everything from aircrafts to gas stations to cameras, in some cases maintaining a decades-long relationships with satisfied clients (their work for Boeing spanned sixty years and four aircraft models). Today, the company lists Hewlett Packard, Nike, Microsoft and other major corporations among t...

Grimme, Hubert (person)

Korsmo, Arne, 1900-1968 (person)

Lincoln, Mass. School department. (corporateBody)

Engel, Ludwig. (person)

Zürich. Kunstgewerbemuseum. (person)

Eitner, W (person)

Scheper, Hinnerk, 1897-1957 (person)

Connally, Tom, 1877-1963 (person)

Thomas Terry Connally (1877-1963) represented Texas in the United States Congress for 35 years, serving in the House of Representatives from 1916 to 1929 and in the Senate from 1929 to 1953. Best known for his Senate career, Connally was an able debater whose major assignments were to the Senate Finance Committee and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, of which he was chairman, 1941 to 1946 and 1949 to 1953. He was responsible for three national laws, which particularly affected Texas: the C...

Bratke, Oswaldo Arthur, 1907-1997 (person)

Behrendt, Walter Curt, 1884-1945 (person)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED Walter Curt Behrendt was born December 16, 1884 in Metz, Alsace and died in April 26, 1945 in Norwich, Vermont. From 1912-1933, Behrendt worked in Civil Service in Germany shaping public housing policy, the principles of lay-out and development. Behrendt emigrated to the United States in 1934 and became a Visiting Lecturer in Housing and City Planning at Dartmouth College, 1934-1937. In 1937-1941, Behrendt was a Professor of City Planning and Housing at the University at Buffal...

Chatzēkyriakos-Gkikas, Nikolas, 1906- (person)

Architectural Association (Great Britain) (corporateBody)

The Architectural Association (AA) was founded in London in 1847 by a group of young articled pupils led by Robert Kerr (1823-1904) and Charles Gray (1828-?). Inaugurated primarily as a reaction against the prevailing conditions under which architectural training could be obtained, the AA has since developed into one of the most important and influential architectural schools in the world. The first formal meeting under the name of the Architectural Association took place in May 1847 at Lyons In...

Lincoln, Mass. Scholarship committee. (corporateBody)

Pat Filipowski. (person)

Hirsh, Ellen. (person)

Konstantin, Prince of Bavaria, 1920- (person)

Aicher-Scholl, Inge. (person)

Williams y Sra, Amancio. (person)

Miyako Hotel. (corporateBody)

Burchard, Almut. (person)

Currie, Leonard J. (Leonard James), 1913- (person)

The Leonard and Virginia Currie Collection documents the changes to Chicago's Near West Side neighborhood in the 1960s and 1970s. These include the City of Chicago's Urban Renewal projects, the destruction of most of the Hull-House settlement complex, and the establishment of the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. From the description of Leonard and Virginia Currie collection, 1950-1979. (University of Illinois-Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 56991801 ...

Eisenreich, . (person)

American Academy of Arts and Letters (corporateBody)

Organized 1904, incorporated 1914; New York, N.Y. The American Academy of Arts and Letters was established "to afford recognition to distinguished achievement in literature and the fine arts ..." [The American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters merged on Dec. 30, 1976]. From the description of American Academy of Arts and Letters records, 1864-1942. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122565401 The National Institute of Arts and Letters was...

Samuel Cauman (person)

Gardiner, John P (person)

McKeehan, William C (person)

Kassel. Stadtbauverwaltung. (person)

Neumayer, Elsa. (person)

Herrey, Hermann. (person)

Léger, Fernand, 1881-1955 (person)

French painter. From the description of Letters and manuscripts of Fernand Léger, 1918-1955. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 81728195 ...

Massachusetts Dept. of Immigration (corporateBody)

Berthold, Johannes (person)

Huerland, Ferdy. (person)

Kaufmann, Edgar, 1910-1989 (person)

d. 1989. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)). WorldCat record id: 81396145 Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. (1910-1989) was an American industrial designer, architect and artist. He apprenticed with Frank Lloyd Wright (1933-1934) and his father, Edgar Kaufmann, Sr., commissioned Fallingwater from noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1936. Among his other accomplishments, he was director of the industrial de...

Sommerfeld, Adolf (person)

Brendel, Christa (person)

Schrammen, Toni. (person)

Koehn, Guenther. (person)

Concord Academy (Concord, Mass.) (corporateBody)

Dearstyne, Howard (person)

Biographical Note 1903, Aug. 2 Born, Albany, N.Y. 1925 A.B., Columbia College, New York, N.Y. 1925 1928 Studied at Columbia School of Architecture, Columbia University, New York...

Meyer-Ottens, Otto (person)

Burghardt, Otto Paul, 1875- (person)

Oud, J. J. P. (person)

Volger, Hans (person)

Castle Hot Springs hotel (corporateBody)

Collins, Grace P (person)

Bredendieck, Virginia. (person)

Weininger, Andor, 1899-1986 (person)

Andor Weininger (1899-1986) was a Hungarian architect, artist, designer, draftsman, and painter. Born in Hungary in 1899, Weininger studied art and design at the Bauhaus during the early 1920s. In 1923 he co-founded the Bauhaus Jazz Band. Andor Weininger produced a body of work related to the stage, attaining his greatest success with his Mechanical Stage-Review, a kind of moving abstract painting, and with his design for a spherical theatre. After graduating in 1925, Weininger stayed on at W...

Gropius, Alfred. (person)

Spencer, Eleanor Patterson (person)

Schulz, Marya. (person)

Mizutani, Takehiko. (person)

Erffa, Helmut von, 1900-1979 (person)

Art historian. Taught art history at Rutgers University. From the description of Helmut von Erffa letters, 1944. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86093779 ...

Rowland, David, active 1569-1586 (person)

Borsdorf, . (person)

Jawdat, Ellen (person)

Huntoon (person)

Massachusetts Audubon Society (corporateBody)

Gropius, Walter, 1883-1969 (person)

Architect, educator. Studied architecture at the Universities of Charlottenburg-Berlin and Munich, Germany from 1903 to 1907. Founded and directed the Staatliches Bauhaus, Weimar in 1919, which Gropius moved to Dessau in 1925 and renamed "Bauhaus Dessau". Professor of Architecture in the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, 1937 and Chairman of the Department of Architecture from 1938 to 1952. Formed the Architects' Collaborative in Cambridge in 1946. For further information see James ...

Dean Rusk (person)

Baschant, Elfriede. (person)

Blaicher, Max. (person)

Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung. (person)

Strauss, Sara Mildred, 1896-1979 (person)

American dance teacher, choreographer, and author, Sara Mildred Strauss (1896-1979) was an influential, but somewhat forgotten physical fitness advocate whose long career also encompassed the spheres of concert and theatrical dance. Strauss published her first treatise, The Dance and Life (1916) at a relatively young age, but she was still active in the field some fifty years later, publishing Here an Inch, There an Inch (1966), a much more mature work that encapsulates ...

Muche, George, 1895- (person)

Albrecht, Wolfgang (person)

Luebke, Heinrich, 1894- (person)

Lods, Marcel (person)

Preus, Karl. (person)

Pearse, Innes Hope, 1889-1978 (person)

George Scott Williamson: 1884 born, Ladybank Scotland; 1904 goes to Edinburgh School of Medicine; 1906 qualifies MB ChB; 1908-1910 working at Research Laboratory, West Riding Asylums Board; 1910-1919 working in Department of Pathology, University of Bristol; 1914-1918 serving in France with RAMC : Lt-Col in charge of field ambulances; mention in despatches, MC; POW in Germany for 9 months; 1919 awarded MD and Gold Medal; 1920-1926 Pathologist and Director of Pathological Studies, Ro...

Court, Rita. (person)

Havinden, Margaret. (person)

Sandvoss, Chr. (person)

Erkens, . (person)

Institute of contemporary art Boston, Mass. (corporateBody)

Art foundation and organization; Boston, Mass. Originally known as the Institute of Modern Art until 1948. Changed its name and became more active in industrial design. From the description of Institute of Contemporary Art records, 1936-1971. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78813609 ...

L. Thonssen (ed.) (person)

Piegler, Walter. (person)

Gerlinde Danielzik. (person)

Vassel, Rolf. (person)

Wolff-Goetze, Anne. (person)

Ryback, Joseph. (person)

Geller, Werner (person)

John Knox Shear, editor of the Architectural Record (person)

Boettinger, Dominik von. (person)

Bloc, Marguerite. (person)

Masurel, Bernard. (person)

Morse, William Gibbons, 1877- (person)

Nierendorf, Karl. (person)

Buffalo Fine Arts Academy (corporateBody)

On November 11, 1862, a group of prominent Buffalo citizens met to adopt a constitution and by-laws for the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy. At this initial meeting, it was agreed to establish and maintain a permanent art gallery in Buffalo. Until this was accomplished in 1905, the Academy held exhibitions in several locations in downtown Buffalo. In 1905, the Academy moved to its current location on Elmwood Avenue. The 1905 building, gifted by Buffalo entrepreneur and philanthropist John...

Minehan (corporateBody)

Benemann, Maria (person)

Dawson, P. Norman (person)

McCullough, Jan. (person)

Schelper, Beate Schub- (person)

Myhrum, Maglet. (person)

Brand, Hugo J (person)

Slocombz, Lorna. (person)

Kleyer, B (person)

Wilmington Del. Jewish Community Center. (corporateBody)

Vangerow, Else. (person)

Krauss, Emil H. (person)

Sert, José Luis (1902-1983). (person)

Josep Lluis Sert received a degree in architecture in 1929 from Barcelona's ESA in the 1930s. Among the leading young Spanish architects in the 1930s, he gained an international reputation with his design for the Spanish Pavilion built for the 1937 Paris Exposition. Emigrating to the United states in 1941, he was from 1941-1958 a founding partner in Town Planning Associates and in 1955, he opened his own firm, Sert Jackson, & Associates, in Cambridge, MA. SJA's work included residences, muse...

Winter (person)

Epithet: of Egerton MS 3007 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001295.0x000059 Epithet: Captain; Sandown Volunteer Artillery British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000354.0x0001c9 ...

Hoermann, Edward Richard (person)

New Haven (person)

Duhart, Emilio H. (person)

Cochran, Alexander S. (person)

Velde, Henry van de, 1863-1957 (person)

Belgian architect. From the description of Letter : to Elsa Asenijeff, Weimar, 1905 Jan. 22. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 83324407 ...

Belaúnde Terry, Fernando, 1912- (person)

Gyula, Pap. (person)

Wingenfeld, Heinrich. (person)

Mori, Osamu (person)

Molnar, George, 1910- (person)

Maya Giedion (person)

Harkness, John C. (person)

Meyers, Jeffrey (person)

Mews, Friedrich, 1911- (person)

Rading, Adolf, 1888-1957 (person)

German architect. From the description of Designs for the Rabe house, 1928. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 78800149 ...

Stoeckel, Karl. (person)

Leadbetter, Wyland F. (person)

Moholy-Nagy's (person)

Kolb, Keith R (person)

North German Lloyd steamship company, Bremen. (corporateBody)

Schloesser, Arnold. (person)

Fraser (person)

Hennerberger, Maria Czarkse. (person)

Nube, Marianne. (person)

Burchard, Evelyn. (person)

Luettke, Georg. (person)

Raabe, Sally. (person)

Rolfes, Hans Dieter. (person)

Randolph-Maniatis-Garcia, Inc. (corporateBody)

American Civil Liberties Union (corporateBody)

Founded in 1920 in New York City by Roger Baldwin and others; the ACLU was an outgrowth of the American Union Against Militarism's National Civil Liberties Bureau, which in 1920 changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union. From the description of Collection, 1917- (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 42740878 The Southern Women's Rights Project (SWRP) located in Richmond is affiliated with the American Civil Liberties Union. The project deal...

Hoennicke, Klaus-Peter. (person)

Tsuji, Suejiro. (person)

Bauhaus Fund (corporateBody)

Passonneau, Joseph R. (person)

Koblinski, von. (person)

L. Moholy-Nagy (person)

Fieger, Dolly. (person)

Pinthus, Kurt, 1886-1975 (person)

Pinthus had been a friend of Werfel since their days as colleagues at Kurt Wolff Verlag in Leipzig, from 1912 until the First World War. Pinthus emigrated to the U.S. in 1937. Else Pinthus was Kurt's wife. From the description of Correspondence with Alma Mahler and Franz Werfel, 1941-1964. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155864584 ...

Becher, Hertha. (person)

Maechler, Martin. (person)

Otti Berger (person)

Speers, Archer. (person)

Magdalene Janssen. (person)

Koenig, Elisabeth (person)

Ebeling, Anna (person)

Conrad, Heidi von. (person)

Illinois Institute of technology (corporateBody)

The Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, was created in 1940 through the amalgamation of the Armour Institute of Technology and the Lewis Institute. From the description of IIT - New Campus Center Competition Fonds, 1997-1998. (Centre canadien d'architecture). WorldCat record id: 317820043 ...

Rorke, Joseph F (person)

Cohn, Laura, 1930- (person)

Döcker, Richard. (person)

Fry, Maxwell, 1899-1987 (person)

Moufang, Nicola, 1886- (person)

Akademie der Künste (corporateBody)

Loeb, John Langeloth, 1930- (person)

Desch, Kurt, 1903- (person)

Read, Herbert, 1893-1968 (person)

Sir Herbert Edward Read was a poet, art critic and champion of modern art in Britain. He produced approximately 1,150 titles on a broad range of topics. His 80 monographs include: 26 on art and artists; 14 on literary criticism; 13 collections of poetry; 10 on politics, primarily on anarchism; 7 on "belles lettres" and biography; 5 on education, most notably "Education Through Art"; and 5 autobiographies. From the description of Sir Herbert Edward Read fonds. [1918-1965]. (University...

Styron, Charles M. (person)

Wilinski, Erich (person)

Herzger, Walter (person)

Blanck, Eugen. (person)

Jackson, Huson (person)

Romañach, Josefina. (person)

Beundert, Willi. (person)

Gaus, John. (person)

Timm, Kurt (person)

Kass, Gertrud. (person)

Wagner, Otto (person)

Scully, Vincent, Jr., 1920- (person)

Vincent Joseph Scully was born in 1920 in New Haven, Connecticut. He attended Yale University, where he earned a B.A. (1940), an M.A. (1947), and Ph.D. (1949) in art history. He has been a member of the Yale faculty since 1947, where he is a Sterling Professor Emeritus of the History of Art. He also teaches classes at the University of Miami. Scully was influenced by French-school art historians during his studies at Yale and developed an appreciation of contemporary architects Louis Kahn and Fr...

Heintze, Werner, 1889- (person)

Taliesin Fellowship (corporateBody)

Fehling, Hermann. (person)

Moore, Henry Spencer, 1898- (person)

Svipas, Vladas. (person)

Cetto, Max, 1903-1980 (person)

German designer, architect and author; born in 1903 he studied under Hans Poelzig, 1921-1925, worked under Ernst May in Frankfurt am Main as a member of the "Staedtische Hochbauamt," 1926-1931, consequently in various positions. He finally emigrated after several unsuccessful attempts to America in 1938, where he worked with Richard Neutra until 1939, then settled and practised in Mexico. From the description of Papers, 1925-1970. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78023637 ...

Deutsche Woche (corporateBody)

Biedrzynski, Richard, 1901-1969 (person)

Joanna Texton. (person)

Oltmanns, Olly (person)

Hamann, Georg (person)

Baumeister, Willi, 1889-1955 (person)

German painter and teacher. From the description of Aus den Studien-Jahren und das Verhältnis zu Adolf Hölzel (autobiographical essay), 1949. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79136938 German painter, teacher and writer. From the description of Letter : Stuttgart, to Hjalmar Westerdahl, 1949 May 25. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 79118685 ...

Klopfer, Johanna. (person)

Burchard, Marie Manon. (person)

J. L. Sert. (person)

American Association for a Democratic Germany (corporateBody)

Hoyt, Burnham. (person)

Feininger, Julia (person)

Adler, Bruno, 1889- (person)

Committee of the appeal. (corporateBody)

Gruner, Arno (person)

Claire Hayes. (person)

Webern, Charlotte von. (person)

Pschywara, Schwester Emmy. (person)

Schwippert, Hans, 1899-1973 (person)

German architect. From the description of Drawings, n.d. and 1928. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80590372 ...

Kulies, Robert. (person)

Cottrell, Annette B (person)

Forman, Monica. (person)

Werner (Karl) firm (corporateBody)

Guild-Stroth, Hazel. (person)

Pfeiffer, Wolfgang (person)

Sigfried Gideon (person)

Tobias, Paul H., 1930- (person)

Harvard University. Graduate School of Education (corporateBody)

The Harvard University Graduate School of Education was established in 1920. From 1891 to 1920, the study of education at Harvard took place within two different divisions of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Until 1906, education faculty were appointed to the Division of Philosophy. In 1906, a separate Division of Education was established. Paul Henry Hanus held Harvard’s first faculty appointment in the field of education. Hanus was chair of the Division of Education from 1906 to 1912. Henr...

Adenauer, Konrad, 1876-1967 (person)

Konrad Adenauer was born in 1876 in Cologne, Germany. He was chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) from 1949 to 1963. He died in 1967. From the description of Adenauer, Konrad, 1876-1967 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10581751 Chancellor of West Germany, 1949-1963. From the description of Konrad Adenauer miscellaneous papers, 1953-1957. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869086 Politician, statesman and C...

Koch, Alexander, 1895-1969 (person)

Humphreys, John S. (John Sanford) (person)

Burchard, Luise. (person)

Ritter, Hans-Georg (person)

Vannini, Umberto. (person)

Taut, Max, 1884-1967 (person)

Canavesi, Shifra. (person)

Allwohn, Adolf (person)

Evi Kralj. (person)

Barbara Chermayeff. (person)

Rinkel, Max, 1894- (person)

Melos; Zeitschrift für Musik. Mainz, etc. (corporateBody)

Newton, Norman Thomas, 1898- (person)

Utermoehlen, Dora. (person)

Bild-Zeitung. (person)

Raden, Lola von. (person)

Lodders, Rudolf (person)

Markelius, Sven Gottfrid, 1889- (person)

Hoefer, Christian. (person)

Schmidt, Kurt (person)

Harvard University. Busch Reisinger Museum. (corporateBody)

Zimmermann, (Mrs.). (person)

Lowell Institute. Cooperative Broadcasting Council (corporateBody)

The Council was organized by the presidents of six colleges and universities (Boston College, Boston University, M.I.T., Northeastern, Tufts and Harvard) in cooperation with the Lowell Institute. Established to provide an educational and cultural service to the people of New England, the Council broadcast its first radio program in 1947. From the description of Records of the Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting Council, 1950-1959 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat reco...

Sell, Werner (person)

Wensinger, Arthur S., 1926- (person)

Leischner, Margaret. (person)

Gropius, William O (person)

Royal Australian Institute of Architects (corporateBody)

Compton, W Danforth. (person)

Mederos, César. (person)

Weidler, Charlotte (person)

Lee, Roger Irving, 1881- (person)

Kósa, Zoltán. (person)

Nicolai, Werner A (person)

Deutsche Akademie für Städtebau und Landesplanung. (corporateBody)

Costa, Lucio, 1902- (person)

Albers, Josef (person)

Josef Albers was born in Bottrop, Germany, on March 19, 1888. He studied art in schools in Berlin, Essen, and Munich before joining the Bauhaus school in 1920. From the completion of his studies in 1923 until the school was closed by the Nazis in 1933, Albers remained at the Bauhaus as a teacher. In 1933 Albers joined the faculty of Black Mountain College in North Carolina, where he remained until 1950 when he accepted an appointment as chairman of the Yale University Department of Design. He re...

Collins, Peter, 1944-.... (person)

Germany - Reichskammer des bildenden Künste. (corporateBody)

Oster, Franziska. (person)

Nagel, Chester. (person)

Mannheim, Ger. Der Oberbürger meister der Stadt Mannheim. (corporateBody)

Diederichs, Eugen, firm. (corporateBody)

Conant, James Bryant, 1893-1978 (person)

James Bryant Conant (1893-1978) was a chemist, educator and public servant. Conant taught chemistry at Harvard from 1917-1933; he served as Harvard's president from 1933-1953. He was the national director of defense research from 1941-1945, and was instrumental in the creation of the atomic bomb. He continued as President of Harvard until 1953, at which time he was made United States High Commissioner for Germany. When allied military occupation of Germany ended in 1955, Conant became the U.S. A...

Bennington College, Bennington, Vt. (corporateBody)

Linde, Horst ˜van derœ 1925- (person)

Raquel Duhart. (person)

Cornelia Oberlander. (person)

A. L. Pugsley (person)

Walker, Barbara, 1946- (person)

Klett, ... (person)

Stubbins, Hugh A. (person)

Chermayeff, Barbara. (person)

Cape trust and investment company (corporateBody)

Paulick, Richard, 1903-1979 (person)

Collins, Lester. (person)

Baschant, Rudolf. (person)

Legler, Wilhelm. (person)

Corsini, F J Barba. (person)

Borelly, Wolfgang (person)

Richardson, Thomas D. (person)

Wittenborn inc., George, publishers. (corporateBody)

American Express Company (corporateBody)

Stevens, Roger, Sir, 1906- (person)

WESENER (person)

Rea, Patsy. (person)

M. Hartland Thomas. (person)

Murphy, Robert D. (Robert Daniel), 1894-1978 (person)

Diplomat, State Department officer. From the description of Reminiscences of Robert Daniel Murphy : oral history, 1972. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122632144 From the description of Reminiscences of Robert Daniel Murphy : oral history, 1971. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122441323 From the description of Reminiscences of Robert Daniel Murphy : oral history, 1972. (Columbia University In the ...

Greener, Leslie (person)

Herbert Leslie Greener, teacher, journalist, archaeologist and artist, was born in Cape Town, South Africa on 13/2/1900. He was educated in England and served in India after graduating from the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. He was also prisoner of war in Japan. He was involved in several archaeological expeditions in Egypt, and participated in the removal of the monuments in Nubia to make way for the Aswan Dam. His first wife was artist Rhona Hazzard. After some time in Sydney he settled in...

Doecker, Richard (person)

Giedion, S. (Sigfried), 1888-1968 (person)

Swiss historian of art and architecture. From the description of Correspondence with Margaret Naumburg, 1964. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 63585402 ...

Dodge, Homer K (person)

Sobhit. (person)

Arani, firm. (corporateBody)

Buehler, Fred. (person)

Meitner-Graf, Lotte. (person)

Schroeter, Heinz (person)

Tanahashi, Ryo. (person)

Wendelstadt, Hans, 1889- (person)

Massachusetts. General Court 1950. Rules Committee. (corporateBody)

Borbiró, . (person)

Moog, Marga. (person)

Li, Ying (person)

Brown, Margaret (person)

Epithet: formerly Cecil wife of W Brown British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000386.0x000396 Epithet: wife of Sir R Brown, Baronet British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000704.0x0002aa ...

World Wide Broadcastting Foundation (corporateBody)

Pax, Hak Jay. (person)

Lindemann, Hanna. (person)

Friedrich, Carl J. (person)

McCardell, F (person)

The Architect's Collaborative (corporateBody)

Eurich, Alvin C. (Alvin Christian), 1902-1987 (person)

American educator; acting president, Stanford University, 1948; president, State University of New York, 1949-1951; vice president, Fund for the Advancement of Education, 1951-1963; president, Academy for Educational Development, 1963-1987. From the description of Alvin C. Eurich papers, 1923-1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123401583 Biographical/Historical Note American educator; acting president, Stanford Universit...

Scherman, David E. (David Edward), 1916-1997 (person)

Macgowan, Peter. (person)

Bigelow, Frederick S (person)

Hagemann, Eva, 1908- (person)

Pomieniec, Edward. (person)

Otto, Alfred (person)

Bohland, Gustav. (person)

Powell, E H (person)

Architectural Design. (corporateBody)

Chapman, Gilbert W. (person)

Gilbert W. Chapman was a business executive in New York City who served as Director of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of The New York Public Library. From the description of Gilbert W. Chapman collection of sound recordings [sound recording], [ca.1900]-1962. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 123527573 From the guide to the Gilbert W. Chapman collection of sound recordings [sound recording], ca.1900]-1962, (The New...

Fuchs, Günter 1924-1964 (person)

Berlin. Sender Freies Berlin. (corporateBody)

Wolff, Otto (person)

Erhard, Ludwig (person)

Ludwig Erhard (1897-1977) was the chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany from 1963 to 1966. From the description of Erhard, Ludwig, 1897-1977 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10582238 Ludwig Erhard, 1897-1977, was the chancellor of West Germany, 1963-1966, and visited the United States in 1965 with his wife, Louise. From the guide to the Ludwig Erhard Collection 66-42; 72-97; 2009-132., 1963-1965, (Dolph Briscoe Center for America...

Johansen, John. (person)

Seidler, Ise. (person)

Burchard, Max d. 1944 (person)

Perry, Ralph Barton, 1876-1957 (person)

Perry graduated from Harvard in 1897 and taught philosophy at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Ralph Barton Perry, 1891-1957 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973152 Perry received his A.M. in 1897 and his Ph.D in 1899 from Harvard, and taught philosophy at Harvard. From the description of Public opinion and the Civil War : paper for History 20e, 1896-1898. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074149 ...

Carl Thuerling (person)

Smithsonian Institution (corporateBody)

The Smithsonian Institution was established on August 10, 1846, is a group of museums and research centers administered by the United States government. The institution is named after its founding donor, British scientist James Smithson. Originally organized as the United States National Museum.James Smithson (1765-1829), a British scientist, left his estate to the United States to found “at Washington, under the name of the Smithsonian Institution, an establishment for the increase and diffusio...

McMillen, Louis. (person)

Herzfeld, Karl (person)

Portaluppi, Piero (person)

New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997) (corporateBody)

Thiersch, Heinz (person)

Professor Walter Gropius (person)

Hoppe, Christian (person)

Salt (person)

Pan American Union (corporateBody)

Elisabeth Denby. (person)

Schwedler, Rolf (person)

Hudnut, Joseph, 1886-1968 (person)

Hindenberg, Berta Delbruck. (person)

Peter Behrens (person)

Loy, Horst. (person)

Karbe, Klaus (person)

Brand, Renée. (person)

Opbouw. (person)

Cope, Oliver (person)

Gropius, Martha. (person)

Etta Rolfes. (person)

Barting. (person)

Beatrice Palma. (person)

Moholy-Nagy, Sibyl, 1933- (person)

Aschaffenburg, Marion. (person)

Prestini, James. (person)

Hurst, Sam T. (person)

Boehm, Domenicus. (person)

Goble, (Mrs.) Emerson Lloyd. (person)

Interessengemeinschaft der Mieter in Bebelhof Braunschweig. (corporateBody)

Luise Burchard (person)

Junckerstorff, Henry Alfred Kurt (person)

Blake, Peter, 1920-2006 (person)

Peter Blake was a noted architect and author of architectural publications. He was associated with "Architectural Forum," a leading and influential journal, from 1942 to 1972, as a contributing author and editor. From 1955 to 1957 he was the architecture editor of "House and Home." He also was chief publisher of "Architecture Plus" from 1972-1975. He was the author of more than 15 books on architecture and architects. Blake was a critic of modern architecture and wrote extensively on the topic. ...

Porter, Betsy. (person)

Harkness, Sally. (person)

Prior, Lorna Gould. (person)

Poncet, François. (person)

E. Soyer Welch. (person)

Delugan, Ello. (person)

Cock-Clausen, Soren. (person)

Macalister, (Sir) Ian. (person)

Roehl, Karl Peter. (person)

Morgan, Derek (person)

Tange, Kenzō, 1913-2005 (person)

Kenzō Tange (b. 4 September 1913, Osaka, Japan–d. 22 March 2005, Tokyo, Japan) wan an architect and winner of 1987 Pritzker Prize for architecture. He attended Nihon University and University of Tokyo and became an assistant professor at University of Tokyo. He developed an interest in urban studies, which was one of the reason he helped design new plans for Japanese cities destroyed in WWII. He designed many well known monuments and buildings including Peace Center in Hiroshima, Ise Shrine; Tok...

Hirschy, Marili. (person)

Aub, Joseph C. (Joseph Charles), 1890- (person)

Physician. From the description of Reminiscences of Joseph Charles Aub : oral history, 1957. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122419217 Joseph C. Aub (1890-1973), BS, 1911, Harvard University; MD, 1914, Harvard Medical School, was Professor of Research Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an endocrinologist at the Collis P. Huntington Memorial Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Mass. Aub contributed to the development o...

Chermayeff, Peter (person)

Rode, Otto (person)

University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana (corporateBody)

House Committee Investigating National Defense Migration. (corporateBody)

Aalto, Alvar, 1898- (person)

Mohlzahn, Loretto. (person)

Schrauger, . (person)

Allen, George H. (George Henry), 1876- (person)

Allen, a soldier, of Somerville, Massachusetts, served in the 116th Massachusetts battery. From the guide to the George H. Allen Diary, 1862-1863, (Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin) Professor of Latin and Fine Arts. From the description of [Articles, book reviews, etc.]. 1944- (Lafayette College). WorldCat record id: 32342281 ...

Fletcher, Jean (person)

U.S. Office (corporateBody)

Fuhrmann, Arend (person)

Honig, Detlev (person)

Lisco, Hermann (person)

Burchard, Martin. (person)

Neuner, Hannes (person)

Inadomi, Akira. (person)

Scheibe, Richard, 1879- (person)

Goble, Margaret. (person)

U.S. Europa Corp. (corporateBody)

Germany. Consulate General. (corporateBody)

Hagemann, Franz (person)

Berger, Friedel (person)

Doom, Jim. (person)

Bueldring-Bilterling, Nora von. (person)

Chesley, . (person)

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (corporateBody)

The Royal Society of Arts was founded in 1754 as the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. From the description of American correspondence of the Royal Society of Arts, 1755-1840. (Winterthur Library). WorldCat record id: 122598603 The Royal Society of Arts was founded in 1754, and the scope of its work is very wide, covering scientific, technical, industrial, commercial, and artistic matters. From the description of Selected materials...

Boston, Mass. Institute of Contemporary Art. (corporateBody)

Wagner-Reichardt, Grete. (person)

Ehrmann, Marli (person)

Immanuel, ... (person)

Josef Albers (person)

Harper's bazaar. (corporateBody)

Franchi, Pasquale. (person)

Wehinger, Klaus. (person)

Holzbauer, Wilhelm (person)

Stephenson, A Peter. (person)

Bandel, Hans (person)

Dubuisson, Jean, 1914-2011 (person)

Cambridge Trust Company (corporateBody)

American Christian Committee for Refugees (corporateBody)

Henkel, Herbert (person)

Hentzen, Alfred, 1903-1985 (person)

Harvard alumni (corporateBody)

Wyzanski, Gisella Warburg. (person)

Schwalbe, Sophie. (person)

Tuempel, Wolfgang. (person)

Proctor, Charles M. (person)

Hebebrand, Werner, 1899-1966 (person)

Maiwald, Hans (person)

Black Mountain College (Black Mountain, N.C.) (corporateBody)

Black Mountain College was founded in 1933 by a group of nonconformist faculty and students from Rollins College in Florida. Headed by John Andrew Rice, they established their experimental college and community near Black Mountain, NC. Artists and writers from all over the country were attracted to Black Mountain and the college became a nurturing ground for some of the best talents of the twentieth century. Among its faculty and students were Josef Albers, Robert Rauschenberg, Willem de Kooning...

Fatta, Orazio. (person)

Mánes. La Société d'artistes plastiques. (corporateBody)

Keynes, John Maynard, 1883-1946 (person)

English economist. From the description of Typewritten letters signed (2) : [n.p.], to Sir Percy Bates, 1935 Sept. 25 and Oct. 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270497268 British economist. From the description of The economic transition in England : typescript, 1925. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122645189 John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946), Baron Keynes, economist, was born in Cambridge on 5 June 1883, and educated at Eton and King's College, Cambridge. ...

Plympton, Mary. (person)

Harvard School of Design (corporateBody)

Elmhirst, Richard (person)

Rockefeller Foundation (corporateBody)

The Rockefeller Foundation was established in May 1913 by John D. Rockefeller, by act of the New York State Legislature, "to promote the well-being of mankind throughout the world". From its earliest years, several separate organizations and divisions have carried on the Foundation's work in carefully selected fields. In 1913, the International Health Board (originally the International Health Commission) was formed in order to extend the work of the Rockefeller Sanitary Commission for the Eradi...

Brown, Elinor (person)

Maxwell Fry. (person)

Wagenfeld, Wilhelm (person)

b. 1900; d. 1990. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82036110 ...

Rheinhold, Klaus. (person)

Zander, Irene (person)

Fédération internationale du film sur l'art (corporateBody)

Syrkus, Symon. (person)

Viviana Vannini. (person)

Bill, Max, 1908-1994 (person)

Hermann, Klaus (person)

C. van Eesteren (person)

Mitchell, Neal. (person)

Brine, Joe. (person)

Nall, T. Otto (Torney Otto), 1900-1989 (person)

Nan Pierre. (person)

Bingham, Alfred M. (Alfred Mitchell), 1905-1998 (person)

Alfred Bingham was born in 1905, the third son of Hiram Bingham III and Alfreda Mitchell Bingham. He graduated from Yale College in 1927 and Yale Law School in 1930. After obtaining his law degree, he embarked on a two year trip around the world, visiting several countries and meeting and interviewing many international figures for American newspapers. Upon his return, he began the progressive journal Common Sense with Selden Rodman, which the two of them owned and operated until it ceased circu...


Miller, William, 1755-1846 (person)

Epithet: MP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000474.0x000136 Epithet: Captain; Deputy Inspector-General of Constabulary, Ireland British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000474.0x000130 Epithet: merchant British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000474.0x000134 ...

Schreyer, Margarete (person)

Heym, Richard (person)

Lonski, Anna von. (person)

Carter, Edward Julien, 1902- (person)

George, Eugene, Jr.. (person)

Harvard University. Faculty Club. (corporateBody)

Brand, Charlotte. (person)

Oberlander, H. Peter, 1922-2008 (person)

Kehl, Charlotte. (person)

Burchartz, Max, 1887-1961 (person)

Sayegh, . (person)

Deutscher Verband für Wohnungswesen, Städtebau und Raumplanung. (corporateBody)

Schmidt, Helene Nonne-. (person)

Wittgenstein (person)

Klemm, Hubert. (person)

Finsterlin, Hermann (person)

Hall, John Hancock, 1781-1841 (person)

Inventor, of Maine. From the description of John Hancock Hall papers, 1817-1837. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 213814418 ...

Eckstein, Hans, 1898- (person)

Hans Eckstein (1898-1986) was a German art and architectural historian and critic. From the description of Hans Eckstein research files, 1897-1984 (bulk 1920-1984). (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 81036589 Biographical/Historical Note Hans Eckstein, 1898-1986, was a German scholar and architectural historian. He studied with art historians Friedrich Gundolf, Karl Jaspers and Alfred Weber in Heidelberg and ...

Levedag, Friedrich Wilhelm Maria. (person)

Wetzel, Ruth (person)

Kaspar, Elke. (person)

Kahn, Marcia L (person)

Gemeinnützige Heimstätten-Aktiengesellschaft (person)

Fulde, E A O (person)

Martinez Paez, Manuel. (person)

Peters, Karl Heinz (person)

Moser, Silva. (person)

Kazmer, Edgar, Berliner Fuchbuchhandlung. (person)

Houghton Mifflin Company. (corporateBody)

Houghton Mifflin Company, publishing house of Boston, Mass., From the description of Houghton Mifflin Company records, 1832-1944. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612205133 Houghton Mifflin Company, publishing house of Boston, Massachusetts, traces its roots back to the firm of Ticknor and Fields, the premier "literary" publishing house in the United States during the middle years of the nineteenth century; and to the Riverside Press, Henry Oscar Houghton's printi...

Doehnhoff, Marion, Gräfin, 1909- (person)

Hoeltje, Georg, 1906- (person)

Link, John A (person)

Siedemann, Heinrich. (person)

Mertz, Carl (person)

Students' society of architecture & town planning. Bengal Engineering College. (corporateBody)

Merrill, Daniel R (person)

Brown, R Gordon. (person)

Linde, Ernst, 1864-1943 (person)

Boyd, Robin, 1919- (person)

Brian O'Doherty. (person)

Turina, Vladimir. (person)

Hugo Haering (person)

Simon, Hugo Ferdinand, 1877- (person)

Deutsche Tagespost (corporateBody)

Holding, Eileen (person)

Karmann, Wilhelm (person)

F. Molnar (person)

Hadda, Albert. (person)

Marsiske, Helmut (person)

Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (corporateBody)

Howard Dearstyne. (person)

Knoff, C R (person)

London board of education. (corporateBody)

Guske, . (person)

Platen, Margarete. (person)

Resor, . (person)

Stappert, Albert (person)

Altmann, China. (person)

Monks, Anne. (person)

Reyman, Vernon. (person)

Roesler, Oda. (person)

Rolfes, Rita. (person)

Akashi, Shindo. (person)

Meyer, Margarete (person)

Schmitz, Hermann, 1882- (person)

Margaret Leischner. (person)

Pritchard, Molly. (person)

Oestreicher, Siegfried (person)

Specht, W. (person)

Klaus Karbe (person)

Knauer, Gustav, Möbeltransport. (person)

Reckleben, Liselotte. (person)

Satow, Takeo. (person)

Russell, John M. (person)

Klee, Paul, 1879-1940 (person)

Swiss artist. From the description of List of works and genealogical data, 1903-1922, 1933. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79260784 ...

Stone, Edward Durell (person)

Edward Durell Stone (1902-1978) was born in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He attended the University of Arkansas from 1920 to 1923, then moved to Boston to take courses at the Boston Architectural Club, Harvard University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1927, he was awarded the Rotch Scholarship, which enabled him to travel and study architecture in Europe from 1927 to 1929. On his return from Europe in 1929, Stone worked with several architectural firms in New York before establish...

Charles T. Branford co. (corporateBody)

Conant, James Bryant (person)

Kleffel, Hildegard. (person)

Paul Lester Weiner (person)

Fiederling, . (person)

Hoffmann, Julius, firm, publishers. (person)

Hesse, W. (person)

Kolb, Ruth (person)

Mittag, Martin (person)

Gabo, Naum, 1890-1977 (person)

Naum Gabo, born Naum Borisovich Pevsner, was a Russian sculptor. Gabo was educated in Russia and Munich before emigrating to Scandinavia in 1915. He then lived in Russia (1917-1922), Germany (19322-1932), France (1932-1935), and England (1936-1946) before emigrating to the United States in 1946 and settling in Connecticut. Gabo is known for his ties to the Constructivist movement. Gabo died in Waterbury, Connecticut, in 1977. From the guide to the Naum Gabo papers, 1920-1980, (Beinec...


Neujahr, Charlotte. (person)

Kleyer, Erwin. (person)

Cheang, Helen. (person)

Reale accademia d'Italia (corporateBody)

Schleifer, Fritz (person)

Saari, Jon Leonard. (person)

Spence, Sir Basil, 1907- (person)

Striemer, Alfred, 1879- (person)

Boston, Mass. Museum of Fine Arts. (corporateBody)

Die Neue Zeitung. Berliner Ausgabe. (person)

Enderle, Luiselotte (person)

Belireus, Till(?). (person)

Great Britain Consulate (corporateBody)

Niedermaier, Maria. (person)

Fornet, Artur (person)

Indian Institute of Architects (corporateBody)

Oribe, Hibotaka. (person)

Dixon, James P. (person)

Harvard University. Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts. (corporateBody)

Irmer, Heinz. (person)

Taylor, Winthrop. (person)

Laessig, F Jr.. (person)

Doecker, Tsuneko. (person)

Frank, Ellen (person)

Japan architect. (corporateBody)

Alfred Arndt. (person)

Blum, Th. (person)

Boston Society of Architects (corporateBody)

Butcher, Margaret (person)

Wieszner, Georg Gustav (person)

Selge, . (person)

Massey, James C. (person)

Norton, W W (person)

Mumm, Kurt. (person)

Niwa, Tamako (person)

Martinelli, Sheri (person)

Syrkus, Helena (person)

Brooker, Dick. (person)

Herter, Christian Archibald, 1895-1966 (person)

American statesman; assistant to Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, 1919-1924; secretary of state, 1959-1961. From the description of Christian Archibald Herter miscellaneous papers, 1921. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123458502 Christian Archibald Herter (1895-1966) was born in Paris, France. He was a diplomat, politician, publisher, editor, and author. In 1959 Herter, who served as governor of Massachusetts during the mid-1950's, was appointed by President Dwight Eisen...

Scheffler, Anni. (person)

Daniell (person)

Basil, Frank. (person)

Walenciak, Boris. (person)

Giedion, Carola Welcker. (person)

Schroeder, Eric (person)

Schroeder, an English-born author, was the Keeper of Islamic Art at the Fogg Museum at Harvard University. From the description of Papers, 1948-1969. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122412034 From the guide to the Eric Schroeder papers, 1948-1969., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Eric Schroeder (1904-1971) was Keeper of Islamic Art at the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University (1938-1970). From the description of Pa...

Friends, Society of. American Friends Service Committee. (corporateBody)

Eddison, Anne. (person)

Gropius, Peter K (person)

U.S. Consulate, Paris (corporateBody)

United nations association of Massachusetts. (corporateBody)

Cascieri, Arcangelo. (person)

Lescaze, William Howard, 1896- (person)

Frank'sche Eisenwerke. (person)

Schlotter, Eberhard (person)

Hoenig, Eugen. (person)

Kirchelsen, Gertrud. (person)

Isaacs, Reginald R., 1911-1986 (person)

City planner and educator. Educated at the University of Minnesota (B.Arch. 1935) and Harvard University (M.Arch. 1939). Licensed architect on National Council of Architectural Registration Boards in Washington, D.C., Illinois and Massachusetts. Architect and city planner, 1926-1945; Charles Dyer Norton Professor of Regional Planning at Harvard, 1953-1978; Norton Professor Emeritus from 1978; and Chairman of Dept. of City and Regional Planning, 1953-1964. From the description of Pape...

G. T. Brown (person)

Schmidt, Edgar von. (person)

Milanowski, Gisbert. (person)

Architects Collaborative, Inc. (corporateBody)

Schwitters, Kurt, 1887-1948 (person)

German artist and writer. From the description of Catalogue and price lists for CVM (Celler Volks-Moebel), 1930. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80461152 ...

Backhaus, Theda. (person)

Berlin. Hochschule für Bildende Künste. (corporateBody)

Sapers, Carl M. (person)

Brand, Luise (person)

Yamada, Chisaburo (person)

R. Skelton (ed.) (person)

American photographic publishing company. (corporateBody)

Frei, Otto, 1924-1990. (person)

Friedrich, Peter, 1938- (person)

Kant, . (person)

Arp, Jean, 1887-1966 (person)

French artist and poet. From the description of Letters, 1942-1947. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86093273 ...

Mary Bassetti. (person)

Charles, H H (person)

American defense, New England college and university groups. (corporateBody)

Molnár, Farkas F (person)

Reimann, Gerda (person)

Welke, Franziska. (person)

Winkelmayer, Richard. (person)

Princeton University Bicentennial Conference (corporateBody)

Wolf, Ulrich, 1944- (person)

Pertzoff, Constantine. (person)

Architectural forum. (corporateBody)

Tamms, Friedrich (person)

Nies, Dora (Roth). (person)

Gauger, Ernst Martin (person)

Berlin. Staatliche Porzellanmanufaktur. (corporateBody)

Wachsmann, Konrad, 1901-1980 (person)

German-American architect. From the description of Konrad Wachsmann autobiography and inventory of drawings, 1981. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80460942 ...

Leitl, Alfons (person)

Fertighaus-Gmbh., firm (corporateBody)

Holleben, Werner ˜vonœ 1902-1985 (person)

Schlemmer, Oskar, 1888-1943 (person)

German painter and designer; teacher at Bauhaus; stage designer. From the description of Journal, 1928-1943. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 77832032 ...

Long, William, 1922- (person)

Striić, (Mrs.) Henry. (person)

Weintraud, May Lehner- (person)

Burle-Marx, Roberto, 1909-1994 (person)

Misdom-Woltze, Lotte. (person)

Stein, Werner (person)

Hunter, Margaret King. (person)

Bauch, Kurt, 1897-1975 (person)

Ascher, F G (person)

Ayres, Clarence Edwin, 1891-1972 (person)

Ayres, born in Lowell Massachusetts, received his Ph. D. in philosophy from the University of Chicago in 1917. He taught at the University of Chicago, Amherst College, and Reed College before joining the Department of Economics at the University of Texas in 1930. Beside philosophy and economics his interests included science and technology and all the social sciences. His particular concern was the theory of value. From the description of Ayres, Clarence Edwin, papers, 1919-1972. (Un...

Textor, Gordon E... (person)

Franz, Ruth. (person)

Bartlett, Vernon, 1894-1983 (person)

Charles Vernon Oldfield Bartlett was born on April 30 1894 at Westbury, Wiltshire and educated at Blundell's School, Tiverton. After being invalided out of the army during the First World War, he began his career as a journalist, joining the Daily Mail as a general reporter. In 1917 he joined the staff of Reuters, which later sent him to cover the Paris peace conference. Subsequently he became a foreign correspondent for The Times, and it was his experiences in reporting from post-w...

Chermayeff, Sergius Ivan, 1900- (person)

Kahler, Francis von. (person)

Else Vangerow. (person)

Frank, Peter (person)

Epithet: German physician British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000349.0x000299 ...

Levine, Reuben. (person)

Wagner, Rudolf G. (person)

Rees, Senta Garbe- (person)

Carnegie study of the arts of the United States. (corporateBody)

Adams, Thomas, 1871- (person)

Bartsch, D (person)

Fitch, James Marston. (person)

James Marston Fitch developed the academic field of historic preservation through his prolific career as a writer, architectural scholar, activist, and educator. Fitch was born in Washington, D.C., in 1909. He grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and attended the University of Alabama and Tulane in New Orleans. During the Depression he worked as a researcher at the Tennessee Planning Commission and as a low-cost housing analyst at the Federal Housing Authority. In 1936 he moved to New...

Adams, George A (person)

Boston society of architects education (corporateBody)

Harper & Bros. (person)

Gebhard, Margarete. (person)

Eschmann, Ernst Wilhelm, 1904- (person)

Adams, Captain (George) (person)

Epithet: of Bristol British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000741.0x0000c7 ...

Lauritzen, Lauritz, 1910- (person)

Jaqueline Tyrwhitt. (person)

Durand, Kithe. (person)

Marli Ehmann (person)

Bauhaus members and friends (corporateBody)

Arplund, Hans. (person)

Klutmann (person)

Russell, Sir Gordon, 1892- (person)

Barron, Harris. (person)

Massachusetts General Contractors Association. (corporateBody)

Purvis, Donn. (person)

Landesgericht Erhrt. (person)

Itten, Anneliese (person)

Vogler, Paul (person)

Anni Albers. (person)

F. Leger (person)

Boston, Mass. Museum of Science. (corporateBody)

Curjel, Hans. (person)

Guenther Simon (person)

Dorn, Richard (person)

Contrucci, Luiz. (person)

Benscheidt, Liesel. (person)

Miró Quesada, Luis, 1880- (person)

Akademisk arkitektforening (Denmark) (corporateBody)

Galerie, Goeppinger (person)

Rademacher, Olga Frey. (person)

Vangerow, Gustav von. (person)

Maeckler, Hemann. (person)

Wiedemann, Alfred (person)

Epithet: Egyptologist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001152.0x000371 ...

Lange, Albrecht (person)

Schroeder, Eric (person)

Schroeder, an English-born author, was the Keeper of Islamic Art at the Fogg Museum at Harvard University. From the description of Papers, 1948-1969. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122412034 From the guide to the Eric Schroeder papers, 1948-1969., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Eric Schroeder (1904-1971) was Keeper of Islamic Art at the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University (1938-1970). From the description of Pa...

New York (City) - Museum of Modern Art. (corporateBody)

Kameyama, Naoto, 1890- (person)

Deutsche Akademie der Künste (corporateBody)

Nomura, Tota. (person)

Ralfs, Otto (person)

Schmidt, Christian (person)

Weyrauch, Renate von. (person)

Haas, Marga (person)

Neumayer, Eva Maria. (person)

Peter, John, 1917-1998 (person)

d. May 1, 1998. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)). WorldCat record id: 83085420 John Peter (1917-1998) was the modern living editor at Look and Life magazines and a radio and television reporter for CBS and NBC. For many years he was head of his own publications consulting firm in New York City, with clients in the United States and Europe. He wrote a number of books on modern architects and architecture, ...

Kornblatt, Leo. (person)

Gropius, Peter. (person)

Brandt, Willy, 1913-1992 (person)

Kolberg, Fritz-Ferdinand. (person)

Lee, Rensselaer W. (Rensselaer Wright), 1898-1984 (person)

Frontini, Rosa. (person)

Klepper Werke GmbH. (corporateBody)

Werk und Zeit. (person)

Goinka, Erich. (person)

Standen, Edith Appleton (person)

Curator; Metropolitan Museum of Art. Born 1905, Halifax, Nova Scotia. From the description of Oral history interview with Edith A. Standen, 1994 Jan. 6-Jan. 13. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78748260 ...

Heuss, Theodor, 1884-1963 (person)

German politician and writer. From the description of Letter to A. Amerdorffer, 1938 Nov. 11. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80686749 President of West Germany, 1949-1959. From the description of Theodor Heuss miscellaneous papers, 1949-1952. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123458541 Biographical/Historical Note President of West Germany, 1949-1959. From the guide to the Th...

Funk, ... (person)

Mueller-Darss, Franz (person)

World biography. (corporateBody)

Dow, Sterling, 1903-1995 (person)

Sterling Dow was born on November 19, 1903 in Portland, Maine, son of Sterling Tucker Dow (a railroad executive) and Alice Gertrude Verrill Dow. He attended Phillips Exeter Academy then entered Harvard University where he received an AB in 1925, AM in 1928, and a Ph.D. in 1936. He spent 1925-1926 at Trinity College, Cambridge studying history, then returned to Harvard to work and study with historian W. S. Ferguson. In 1931 he married Elizabeth Sanderson Flagg Dow (1905-1990) and th...

Barton, William, 1950- (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 42578 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000983.0x0003c7 Epithet: of Add MS 37788 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000983.0x0003c6 Epithet: Minister of St Martin's parish in Leicester British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000978.0x0000e8 ...

Leibbrand, Kurt, 1914-1985 (person)

Fry, Jane Beverly (Drew). (person)

Ott, Alois Maria (person)

Auboeck, Mara. (person)

Wagner, Martin (person)

Kirsch, Georg. (person)

Ullstein, firm, publishers (corporateBody)

Mitscherlich, . (person)

Hosken, Franziska Porges, 1919- (person)

Bottoni, Piero (person)

Vienna. Magistrat. (person)

Becker, Elisabeth (person)

Kuhr, Fritz (person)

Basedow, Heinrich (person)

Sobrinho, Francisco Matarazzo. (person)

Pedersen, Christian B (person)

Japan. Kensetsushō (corporateBody)

Prats, . (person)

Duerckheim-Montmartin, Evamaria, Gräfin von. (person)

Terzaghi, Karl von, 1883- (person)

John F. Kennedy Federal Office Building (corporateBody)

Sekler, Eduard F. (Eduard Franz) (person)

Leyden, von. (person)

Hughes, Octavia. (person)

Inge Aicher-Scholl (person)

U.S. Department of State, Germany, Allied occupation, 1945- (corporateBody)

Marcks, Gerhard, 1889- (person)

Nimmanahaeminda, Ansui. (person)

Renberg, Ann? (person)

Marli Ehrmann (person)

Ehrlich, Franz, 1907-1984 (person)

Burnett, David G. (person)

Argan, Giulio Carlo (person)

Brecht, Clara. (person)

Shokokusha Publishing Co. (corporateBody)

Zerndt, Wilhelm. (person)

Papadaki, Stamo. (person)

American Field Service (corporateBody)

The American Field Service (AFS) was founded in 1914 as a volunteer ambulance corps. It served with the French Armies in World War I. In 1939 the American Field Service volunteer ambulance service was reactivated. It served first with French forces in France, then with British forces in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and India/Burma. From the description of World War II records, [ca. 1939-1945] (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155490917 The American Field ...

Hilberseimer, Ludwig (person)

Arndt, Gertrud, 1903- (person)

Hildegard Karbe. (person)

Gropius, Richard (person)

Schmidt, Otto, photographer. (person)

Bush-Brown, . (person)

Kühn, Erich (1878- ). (person)

Schubert, Elenor. (person)

I. M. Pei's (person)

Tyrwhitt, Jaqueline (person)

Jaqueline Tyrwhitt (1905-1983) was a pioneer in the field of town planning. In an international career spanning sixty years, she practised as a landscape architect and town planner in addition to teaching and research, and contributed greatly to the professional associations in her field, particularly to the Congres Internationeaux d'Architecture Moderne. In later years she edited the international journal, 'Ekistics'. Tyrwhitt was born in South Africa but moved to London at an early age. Initia...

Koerte, Frieda. (person)

Hildebrandt, Lily, 1887-1974 (person)

Pusey, Nathan M. (Nathan Marsh), 1907-2001 (person)

Nathan Marsh Pusey (1907-2001) was the twenty-fourth president of Harvard University from 1953 to 1971. He was also president of Lawrence College (1944-1953), president of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (1971-1975), and president of the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia (1978-1983). Pusey's tenure as president was defined by new building construction, greater fundraising, and struggles with student protestors. From the description of Papers of Nathan Marsh Pusey, 1...

Karin Mumm. (person)

Maya Moran. (person)

Jeanneret-Gris, Charles-Édouard (person)

Korngold, Luciano. (person)

Bates, E Graham. (person)

Borkowski, Andreas. (person)

Klee, Felix, 1907- (person)

International Congresses for Modern Architecture (corporateBody)

International Congresses for Modern Architecture (corporateBody)

Koenig, Heinrich (person)

Barron, Arch. (person)

Kelly, John Terence. (person)

Mahler, Anna, 1904- (person)

Harvard Club of New York City (corporateBody)

An organization of Harvard alumni living in and around New York City, the Harvard Club of New York City was organized in 1865. From the description of Records of the Harvard Club of New York City, ca. 1865-1994. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 500769722 ...

Weiner, Marion. (person)

Koerte, Arnold (person)

Loew, W M Heinz. (person)

Karpenstein, Hermann. (person)

McMillan, Robert (person)

Hess, W J (person)

Ammen, David L (person)

Wingler, Hans Maria (person)

Renner, Otto (person)

King, Georgiana Goddard, 1871-1939 (person)

Georgiana Goddard King graduated from Bryn Mawr College with an A.B. in 1896. She was a philosophy fellow in 1897 and a fellow in English in 1897-98. She studied for a year in France and then taught in Miss Graham's School, New York City, until 1906. She returned to Bryn Mawr College in 1906 as a Reader in English, and in 1911 she became Lecturer in History of Art and Comparitive Literature. In 1913 she founded the college's History of Art Department and became its first chair. She continued to ...

Boston Center. (corporateBody)

Don Marquis. (person)

Ede, H.S. (Harold Stanley), 1895-1990 (person)

Denninghoff, Elly Meier. (person)

Yamaguchi, Susumu, 1895- (person)

Suetterlin, Erwin. (person)

Rheinhold, Bertha. (person)

Ruseck, M O (person)

Mahlberg, Paul 1889- (person)

May, Ernst von. (person)

Hatje, Gerd (person)

Keane, John (person)

Title: 1st Baronet British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000509.0x000173 Epithet: Lieutenant-General Title: 1st Baron Keane British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001244.0x0003e3 Epithet: Major-General Title: 1st Baron Keane 1839 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogu...

Wu, King Lui. (person)

Reuter, Ernst, 1889-1953 (person)

Dotzi . (person)

Griffin, ... (person)

Helen Cheang. (person)

Bucarelli, Palma. (person)

Molly Pritchard. (person)

Belluschi, Pietro (person)

Meriain, Alice G (person)

Institute of British Architects (corporateBody)

Schmidt-Schlegel, Philipp (person)

Morita, Mosuke. (person)

Barcklow, Robert. (person)

Silvy, Maurice. (person)

Unesco (person)

Weyler, Karl. (person)

Bruening, H. (person)

Dunn, Halbert L. (Halbert Louis), 1896-1975 (person)

Peters, Heinz, 1920- (person)

Myers, Robert (person)

Achenbach, Friedrich Wilhelm (person)

Ladislaus Moholy-Nagy (person)

Surette, Thomas Whitney, 1861-1941 (person)

Weber, Helmut, 1930- (person)

Society of Japan Interior Design (corporateBody)

Sommerfeld, Andrew. (person)

Hoffmann-Lederer, Hanns. (person)

Council on Student Travel (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Hill, Henry, -approximately 1608 (person)

Epithet: FSA British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x000300 Epithet: of Add MS 41466 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x000302 Henry Hill (d. 1774), Windsor Herald. From the guide to the Henry Hill: Precedents and Heraldic Memoranda, 1770, (Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and Universi...

Ruegenberg, Sergias. (person)

Peressutti, Enrico (person)

Textor, Richard (person)

Lehmann, Rotraut. (person)

Best, Robert Dudley (person)

Schwarze, Kurt (person)

Breuer-Erps, Marta. (person)

Seni Pramoj, Mom Rajawongse, 1905- (person)

Hebner(?), M (person)

Klaiber, Manfried. (person)

Mitarachi, Paul J (person)

Rose, Milton C. (person)

Bandemer, Friedrich Wilhelm. (person)

University of Victoria (B.C.) (corporateBody)

Cranbrook Academy of Art (corporateBody)

Dinkeloo, John (person)

Krueger, Karl H (person)

Muche, Georg, 1895-1987 (person)

Mann, Gunter. (person)

Wurmann, Paul. (person)

Nachtlicht, Ursula. (person)

Seike, Kiyosi, 1918- (person)

Baldessari, Luciano, 1896-1982 (person)

Weiss verlag, firm (corporateBody)

Chafee, Judith Davidson. (person)

Arnheim, August Wilhelm van. (person)

Luckhardt, Wassili, 1889-1972 (person)

Gumberz-Rhonthal, Wilhelm von. (person)

Hoffmann, Hubert (person)

Walsh, Alice M. (person)

S. Chermayeff (person)

Norman Fletcher (person)

Wilckens, Leonie von (person)

Der Ausschnitt. Büro für Zeitungsausschnitte (person)

Reginald Isaacs (person)

Fehling, Ilse (person)

Togawa, Keiichi, 1909- (person)

Halikiopoulos, S (person)

Zinn, Wilhelm M. (Wilhelm Martin), 1916- (person)

Blum, Wilhelm (person)

Burchard, John E. (John Ely), 1898-1975 (person)

Rolnick, Neil B. (person)

Mahncke, Horst (person)

Porter, Lucy Kingsley (person)

Schmorl & von Seefeld Nachf, Hannover. (person)

Schoch, ... (person)

Flickel, Ilse-Antonie. (person)

Serge Chermayeff. (person)

Feininger, Lyonel, 1871-1956 (person)

Feininger was an American-born artist who went to Germany in 1887 and returned to the U.S. in 1936. From the description of Papers, 1883-1960. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122520943 From the description of Drawings for Peter Christen Asbjørnsen's Norvegische Volksmärchen, 1908. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 84317440 From the description of Lyonel Feininger photographs, 1896-1942. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612196407 ...

Schuetz, Klaus (person)

Brahtz, Günter. (person)

Farm and garden shop (corporateBody)

Benfey, Lotte. (person)

Red Cross. U.S. American National Red Cross (corporateBody)

Warner, Daniel. (person)

Epithet: of Seal CV British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000816.0x000151 Epithet: of Add MS 37999 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000816.0x0001