• IdentificationPUBLIC "-//The Art Institute of Chicago::Ryerson and Burnham Archives//TEXT(US::ICA::2001.10::JAMES TEAGUE (1919-1996?) PAPERS, 1950S-1980S//EN)" "ica200110.xml"
  • TitleTeague, James, (1919-1996?) Papers, 1950s-1980s
  • PublisherRyerson and Burnham Archives, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, The Art Institute of Chicago,
  • Language
    • English
    • English.
  • Date1950s-1980s
  • Physical Description
    • .5 linear foot(1 box) and 1 portfolio
    • Forty-one portfolio pages consisting of printed papers and black and white photographic prints as well as loose black and white photographic prints, color photographic prints, additional printed papers, realia and a studio site map.
  • RepositoryRyerson and Burnham Archives, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, The Art Institute of Chicago 111 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60603-6110 (312) 443-7292 rbarchives@artic.edu http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchives.html
  • AbstractThe work of Chicago industrial designer James Teague is represented in this collection by photographs, professional papers and physical samples of several of his designs.
  • OriginationTeague, James, b. 1919
  • LocationThe collection is housed in the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries' on-site stacks.

James Teague attended The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, full time, from the fall of 1937 to the spring of 1939. He did not graduate but received an Honorable Mention in 1937 for a class in architecture and one Faculty Honorable Mention for the 1938-39 academic year. Teague is best known as a partner in the industrial design firm of Painter, Teague & Petertil in Chicago. He later left that office to start his own firm, Jim Teague/Design, from his home at 443 Webster Avenue in Chicago, where he produced product, packaging, and graphic designs for a wide range of clients.

The collection consists of a presentation portfolio and miscellaneous professional papers, printed materials, product samples and photographs relating to graphic and industrial designs by James Teague from the 1950s until his retirement.

SERIES I: JIM TEAGUE/DESIGN PORTFOLIO. Materials are maintained in the order in which they were bound in the portfolio.

SERIES II: PROFESSIONAL PAPERS. Photographs, printed material, magazines, office stationery, arranged alphabetically by type. N.B.: These loose materials were previously located in the jacket cover of the portfolio.

  • Names
    • Teague, James, (b. 1919)
    • Teague, James, (b. 1919)--Archives
    • Painter, Teague, Petertil (Firm)
    • Jim Teague/Design (Firm)
  • Subject
    • Design, Industrial--Illinois--Chicago--History--Sources
    • Industrial designers--Illinois--Chicago--Archives

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James Teague Papers, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago.

This collection was a gift to the Ryerson and Burnham Archives from the estate of James Teagues' widow, Dorothy Rawlins Teague, in 2001.

The collection was processed by Jeffrey Massanova in 2001. The finding aid was revised by Annemarie van Roessel in 2002.