Ernst Papanek papers, 1928-1976, bulk (1940-1970).


Papanek, Ernst, 1900-1973. Ernst Papanek papers, 1928-1976, bulk (1940-1970).

Ernst Papanek papers, 1928-1976, bulk (1940-1970).

Collection consists of Papanek's correspondence, writings, diaries, photographs, sound recordings, and other materials, most of which relate to his work with children's homes in Europe and the U.S.

23 linear feet (42 boxes)

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