Ian L. McHarg papers, 1942-2001.


Ian L. McHarg papers, 1942-2001.

The Ian L. McHarg collection contains materials related to his position as the founder and chairman of the Landscape Architecture Department at the University of Pennsylvania, materials associated with his lectures, publications, and professional projects, and other professional and personal papers. The collection contains extensive holdings related to the evolution of the principals of ecological planning, together with related teaching records, publications and films. Holdings related to his professional projects are limited by comparison, and the collection contains only a small amount of personal material.

Architectural drawings 110 sheets.Boxed files 61 cubic feet.


SNAC Resource ID: 7098500

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