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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 ...
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.
Burnham Plan Centennial Committee Records, 2003-2010
The collection contains the office files of a number of individuals from the Burnham Plan Centennial Committee. The archive records the work of the Committee and its Project Partners in both celebrating the 1909
Chicago 2016 Olympic Bid Collection, 2006-2009
Brochures, booklets, books, and ephemera produced by Chicago 2016 and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill for Chicago's failed 2016 Olympic bid.
Christopher John Chamales (1907-1993) Papers, 1919-1987
After graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1931, Chamales (1907-1993) studied planning under Eliel Saarinen at Cranbrook Academy. With his professor he completed a master plan for Athens, Greece and its port, Piraeus. Chamales worked for the noted indu...
Daniel H. Burnham (1846-1912) Collection, 1836-1946
Noted Chicago architect and urban planner Daniel H. Burnham was best known for his work to promote the Beaux-Arts aesthetic in architectural and city design across the United States and internationally. He also served as Director of Works for the World's Columbian Exposition ...
Edward H. Bennett (1874-1954) Collection, 1901-1954
Beaux-Arts trained architect Edward Bennett began his career in Daniel Burnham's Chicago office, with whom he co-authored the
Ludwig Karl Hilberseimer (1885-1967) Papers, c.1885-1995
Professional and business papers, including correspondence, research materials, manuscripts, photographs, and personal memorabilia document the life and career of Bauhaus émigrée and author, educator, city planner, and architect Ludwig Karl Hilberseimer.