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Bruce A. Goff (1904-1982) Archive, 1893-2003

American architect and artist Bruce Goff's professional career and private life is documented through images, papers, audio and video tapes, realia and ephemera. Materials relating to Goff's family, friends, colleagues, students, and clients are also represented.

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Elmer C. Jensen Papers, 1871-1955

Photographs, writings, drawings and printed matter documenting both the life and work of the architect Elmer C. Jensen, as well as aspects of his partnerships with William Le Baron Jenney and William Mundie, and select portions of Jenney and Mundie's professional careers. The papers that Jenney ...

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students of The Institute of Design in Chicago are documented through books, booklets, pamphlets, brochures, letters, unpublished papers, published articles, and photographs.

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Prairie School Press Archives, 1887-1991

Manuscripts, photographs, correspondence, and business papers related to the publications of the Prairie School Press, most notably the

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Thomas R. Burleigh Collection, 1940-2000

Drawings, papers, and photographs documenting Chicago architect Thomas Burleigh s study under and later associations with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL, during the 1940s and 1950s.

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Tomlinson Subdivision Collection, 1887-1998

Correspondence, photographs, and printed matter documenting the history of the 1888 Tomlinson Subdivision of Chicago, Illinois, and additional documentation researching the possibility of involvement of Frank Lloyd Wright in the design of some of the buildings.

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