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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.
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.
David Painter (1913-2003) Papers, 1935-c.1980s
Photographs, printed papers, and office papers documenting the career of Chicago industrial designer David Painter.
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.
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.
Knight Cheney Cowles (1892-1970) Album, c.1929-1931
The work of Chicago architect Knight Cheney Cowles is represented in this collection by photographs of several of his buildings.
Luxfer Prism Collection, 1897-c.1920
The Luxfer Prism Company, a Chicago-area manufacturer of prismatic windowpanes and fittings, was in business from c.1897 to 1920. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed prismatic panes for the company and illustrated some company publications. The collection contains several prisms, correspondence...
Otis Elevator Company Collection, 1903-1906
This collection contains elevator plans for forty-seven buildings that were prepared by the Chicago office of Otis Elevator Company between 1903 and 1906 for such architectural firms as D.H. Burnham and Co., Holabird and Roche, and Richard Schmidt.
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.