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Art Alliance of America Scrapbook, 1918-1919

A scrapbook documents the activities of the Art Alliance of America between 1918 and 1919.

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Arthur A. Carrara (1914-1995) Papers, 1910-1991

Project files, office files, correspondence, and photographs documenting the working life of Arthur A. Carrara. This collection reflects all sides of Carrara's multi-faceted career as an architect, exhibitor, designer, and lecturer.

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Arthur Siegel (1913-1978) Papers, 1927-1985

A large and comprehensive collection of materials document the career of Chicago photographer and educator Arthur Siegel (1913-1978).

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Baldwin Kingrey Collection, 1939-2004

Photographs, correspondence, personal papers, printed materials, business papers, book manuscript materials, and negatives documenting the history of Chicago modern furniture retailer Baldwin Kingrey, opened by architect Harry Weese, his wife, Kitty Baldwin Weese, and their partner, interior desi...

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Bertrand Goldberg (1913-1997) Archive, 1933-2003

Photographs, drawings, correspondence, manuscripts, publications and audiovisual materials documenting the career of the Chicago architect Bertrand Goldberg. This archive comprehensively chronicles Goldberg's diverse career as architect, engineer, urban planner, lecturer and businessman ...

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Bruce J. Graham (1925-2010) Papers, 1939-2010

Architect and art collector Bruce Graham's professional career and private life is documented through images, papers, and video tapes. Materials relating to Graham's wife, Jane Graham, and their friends, colleagues, and artistic collaborators are also represented.

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David Painter (1913-2003) Papers, 1935-c.1980s

Photographs, printed papers, and office papers documenting the career of Chicago industrial designer David Painter.

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E. Alfred Picardi Papers, 1949-2011

Correspondence, photographs, printed matter, personal and project papers documenting the career of the engineer Egidio Alfred Picardi.

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Edgar Newman Papers, 1863-1977

Design drawings and photographs of architect Edgar Newman's Chicago residential projects, mainly of his own residence in Norwood Park. Correspondence consists mainly of marital congratulations and condolences on Newman's death. Family photographs, post-mortem, and genealogical information is al...

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Else Regensteiner (1906-2003) Collection, 1914-2003

Else Regensteiner (1906-2003) was an influential weaver, textile designer, and teacher who was most active in Chicago from the mid 1940s to the early 1990s. Her work was influenced by the Bauhaus style and many of her students went on to become notable weavers. The collection...

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Fazlur R. Khan (1929-1982) Collection, 1944-1988

This collection holds professional papers and writings and a small group of personal papers of the Bangladeshi-American structural engineer Fazlur R. Khan.

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Finn Juhl Chair Design Collection, 1950

Drawings, correspondence and other materials document a chair commission by Danish Modern furniture designer Finn Juhl.

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Franz Lipp (1897-1996) Papers, 1930-1997

This collection includes images and other papers documenting German-American landscape architect Franz Lipp's designs for residential, commercial, and institutional properties primarily in the Upper Midwest.

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Gertrude Kuh (1893-1977) Papers, 1942-1997

This collection includes images and other papers documenting landscape architect Gertrude Eisendrath Deimel Kuh's designs for residential properties primarily in the Chicago area.

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Henry P. Glass (1911-2003) Papers, c.1942-2000

Austrian-born industrial designer, Henry Glass practiced and taught industrial design in Chicago, Illinois, for more than sixty years. He specialized in furniture and household objects in a modern idiom.

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Homer Grant Sailor (1887-1968) Papers, 1914-1993

Photographs and papers relating to the work of Chicago Prairie School architect Homer Grant Sailor.

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Institute of Design Collection, c.1934-1955

The philosophy, history, and works of faculty and students of The Institute of Design in Chicago are documented through books, booklets, pamphlets, brochures, letters, unpublished papers, published articles, and photographs.

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James Teague (1919-1996?) Papers, 1950s-1980s

The work of Chicago industrial designer James Teague is represented in this collection by photographs, professional papers and physical samples of several of his designs.

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McNally and Quinn Records, 1880-1977

Photographs and papers documenting the architectural work and business practices of the Chicago-based firm McNally and Quinn. Also documented are other professional endeavors of partner J. Edwin Quinn such as the subsidiary firm of Structures, Inc., hi...

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Paul Schweikher House and Studio Collection, 1964-1988

The collection consists of correspondence, research materials and photographs generated in the process of nominating Chicago architect Paul Schweikher's own house in Schaumburg, Illinois, to the National Register of Historic Places.

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Peter L. Berg Silver Designs Collection, c.1909-c.1915

Designs for Arts and Crafts-influenced silverwork by Peter Berg, probably for the Kalo Shop in Chicago, Illinois.

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Radford Architectural Company Collection, c.1903

The Radford Architectural Company designed affordable residential and commercial architecture. The blueprints and specifications in this collection include house numbers 6560L, 6632L, 6537L, 6605L, 6542L (all for Armstrong Lumber Company), and 504, a three- bedroom, two-story house published in

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Renard Koehnemann Collection, 1913-1991

American artist Renard Koehnemann's work is documented through writings, drawings, and photographs of his custom-made chalices. The collection also contains correspondence and articles about Arts and Crafts silversmith Robert Riddle Jarvie.

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Richard Ten Eyck (b.1920) Papers, 1940s-1990s

This collection documents the career of industrial designer Richard Ten Eyck and the work of his firm, Richard Ten Eyck Associates, which operated in Wichita, Kansas, from 1948 to 1992.

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