Campus planning : research material, 1890-1997.


Robinson, James Emmor, 1933-1997. Campus planning : research material, 1890-1997.

Campus planning : research material, 1890-1997.

Material relating to primarily post WWII university, college and school planning in the U.S., Canada and abroad, gathered by Jack Robinson. Consists of consultants' reports, student reports, few manuscripts, rolled drawings, blueprints, maps, posters, newspaper clippings, correspondence, slides, b&w photographs, 1 VHS (NTSC) videotape.

ca. 176 linear ft.

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