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Klaus Herdeg papers, 1963-1992

Summary Information

At a Glance

Bib ID 10491160 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Herdeg, Klaus
Title Klaus Herdeg papers, 1963-1992
Physical Description 10 document boxes; 1 manuscript box; 1 print box; 33 folders (flat-file); 11 rolls; 700 drawings
Language(s) English .
Access

This collection is available for use by appointment in the Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University. For further information and to make an appointment, please email avery-drawings@library.columbia.edu.

Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is made up of six series: Series I: Faculty Papers, Series II: Formal Structure in Indain Architecture, Series III: Formal Structure in Islamic Archtecture of Iran and Turkistan, Series IV: Professional Papers, Series V: Visual Material, Series VI: Drawings.

Description

Scope and Content

This collection is composed primarily of correspondence, memoranda, course material, photographs, drawings and slides. Much of the material pertains to Herdeg's career as a professor at Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art and Planning as well as his career as a professor and subsequent department head at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation (GSAPP). Many of the photographs are proofs used in Herdeg's Formal Structure in Indian Architecture and Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan. The basis for the series and subseries order was developed from Herdeg's own groupings. For the majority of the collection, Herdeg's folder titles have been maintained and the material has been arranged chronologically.

Series I: Faculty Papers

Series I is comprised of three subseries: Cornell University, Columbia University and Design Studio and Travel in Asia. The first subseries contains minutes to faculty meetings, department memoranda and course material. There are also numerous copies of the Cornell Daily Sun with articles surrounding the mounting racial tension at Cornell University in the later 1960s, specifically the Willard Straight Hall Takeover by members of the Afro-American Society in 1969 and the presumed arson of the Africana Studies and Research Center in 1970. There is also newspaper coverage and department correspondence surrounding the unwarranted dismissal of faculty members from Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art and Planning. The subseries also contains material relating to symposiums held at Cornell and a large collection of student work from a 1971 summer session taught by Herdeg. Folders largely retain their original contents.

The second subseries contains course material from Herdeg's work as a professor and subsequent department head at Columbia University. The material is primarily in folders by course with much of material corresponding to studio courses. Class rosters, syllabi, and assignment sheets are common as are lecture notes. The material is arranged chronologically with much of it either from the Fall or Spring semester of an academic year.

The third subseries contains material corresponding to an exchange program Herdeg developed with Tianjin University for architecture students. The material includes notes and correspondence leading up to and following each summer program, as well as bound reports consisting of student work. A collection of Chinese travel publications and other ephemera is also present. The material is largely bound reports of each summer program consisting of student work, however a collection of Chinese travel publications is also present. The material was separated from Herdeg's other work at Columbia University due its volume, specific subject matter and the fact that Herdeg organized and developed the programs outside of the prescribed GSAPP curriculum.

Series II: Formal Structure in Indian Architecture

Series II is comprised of material relating to Herdeg's traveling exhibit and later publication Formal Structure in Indian Architecture. The research for both the exhibit and publication was conducted in 1965 when Herdeg traveled to the north of Indian with funds garnered from Cornell University's Eidlitz Fellowship. In his application for the fellowship Herdeg wrote he wished to travel to India to conduct research on Le Corbusier's Chandigarh, he instead made an in-depth study of Hindu and Islamic architecture in the north west of India. The exhibition developed from Herdeg's study toured throughout Universities in North America and Western Europe for thirty years. The material in this series contains Herdeg's travel diary and a series of correspondence conducted immediately before, during, and immediately after his travels. Also present are flyers for the exhibition, correspondence about ordering the book produced form the exhibition folios and correspondence regarding the subsequent reprinting of the book.

Series III: Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan

Series III is comprised of material relating to Herdeg's traveling exhibit and later publication Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan. The research for both the exhibit and later publication was conducted in 1975 when Herdeg traveled to Iran and present-day day Uzbekistan with funds garnered through Harvard Graduate School of Design's Wheelwright Prize. This series is primarily comprised of material relating to the exhibit but also contains draft pages of the book, which was published in 1990. Also present are Herdeg's base drawings and sketches with dimensions of buildings he surveyed in Iran and present-day Uzbekistan.

Series IV: Professional Papers

Series IV is comprised of material relating to Herdeg's career outside of academia. The series contains information on design competitions Herdeg entered including a student housing competition for ETH Zurich, a competition to design a new city hall building for Amsterdam, and a competition to design a new headquarters for the PAX Life Insurance Company. There is also work conducted by Herdeg for RP&M Steiger Architects in which Herdeg studied and analyzed the growth patterns of small suburban towns surrounding Zurich. The remainder of the material is largely devoted to Herdeg's work for the Landmarks Conservancy in designing an adaptive reuse scheme for the Federal Office Building (FOB), also known as the Federal Archive building. The repurpose of the building, located in the Greenwich Village, was entrusted to the Landmarks Conservancy in the 1970s by the US General Services Administration. The Conservancy directed the project: conducting a feasibility study, consulting with federal, state and city agencies and the local community board; exploring legal and economic issues and selecting a developer. Also present is material surrounding Herdeg's study and analysis of Alvar Aalto's Villa Mariea and blueprints for a studio Herdeg designed for Friedel Dzubas in Massachusetts.

Series V: Visual Material

Series V is divided into two subseries: Photographs and Negatives, and Slides. Throughout the entire collection visual material was collected and organized separately as not to falsely associate it with written material. In both subseries, the material is organized by the location of its subject matter. The first subseries has a large collection of photographs form Herdeg's travels in India, the Middle East and the former Soviet Union. The photographs and negatives of India, Iran and Uzbekistan have been identified by specific site. Other photographs and negatives present are a collection of prints of China, a majority of which are images of concession-era architecture. Also present are a collection of photographs of Herdeg's work on the Federal Office Building for the Landmark's Preservation Commission including photographs of the model Herdeg produced and assorted views of the building. There are also photographs of selected sites for studio projects and student work from Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture Preservation and Planning as well as photographs of a symposium held at Cornell in 1970. Throughout the entirety of the photograph collection Herdeg frequently taped fragments of photographs together to create panoramic views.

Subseries 2 represents a large volume of slides that pertain to a wide breadth of subject matter. A majority of the slides are photographic images of China from the trips Herdeg organized with Columbia University. The remainder of the collection is divided between slides Herdeg used for lectures, slides of student work from final pin-ups, and slides of photographs taken while traveling. Locations include sites in the Middle East, Russia, and Italy.

Series VI: Drawings

Series VI is comprised of five subseries: Formal Structure in Indian Architecture, Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan, Professional Work, Student Work, and Chinese Concession Architecture. The first subseries includes sketches on tracing paper, base drawings on velum and final ink on Mylar drawings of the buildings and monuments Herdeg visited and surveyed in India.

The second subseries includes sketches on tracing paper, base drawings on velum and final ink on Mylar drawings of the buildings and monuments Herdeg visited and surveyed in China, Iran and Uzbekistan.

The third subseries includes sketches on tracing paper, base drawings on velum and final ink on Mylar drawings of Herdeg's entry for a Student Housing Competition for ETH Zurich.

The fourth subseries includes the final boards for Herdeg's thesis at Cornell University.

The fifth subseries includes sketches on tracing paper, base drawings on velum and final ink on Mylar drawings of a series of concession era buildings Herdeg studied in Tianjin. Many of the buildings Herdeg documented in Tianjin are located in what was the French concession and were designed by Paul Muller. Muller was educated at the Ecole des Beaux Arts where he studied architecture. Moving to China in the 1920s, Muller held a position at the engineering department of the Public Discussion Bureau. While in Tianjin, Muller also worked as an architect for Brossard & Mopin and served as a professor of architecture at the Tianjin College of Industry and Commerce.

Series VII: The Decorated Diagram

Series VII is comprised of three subseries: Drafts, Research, and Books. The first subseries includes bound and unbound manuscripts for The Decorated Diagram: Harvard Architecture and the Failure of the Bauhaus Legacy (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1983) in various stages of completion. The second series includes notes, index cards, as well as research files on individual architects that graduated from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design between 1942 and 1952. The third subseries includes hard and soft cover copies of The Decorated Diagram, along with a copy of the German translation, Die Geschmückte Formel: Harvard: Das Bauhaus-Erbe und sein amerikanischer Verfall (Wiesbaden: Vieweg + Teubner Verlag, 1988).

Series VIII: Misc. Publications

Series VIII is comprised of miscellaneous bound and unbound material sent to or collected by Herdeg throughout his career. This material includes manuscripts for presentations by Hassan Fathy and publications from Doxiades Associates.

Publication Date

1963-1992

Using the Collection

Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Restrictions on Access

This collection is available for use by appointment in the Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University. For further information and to make an appointment, please email avery-drawings@library.columbia.edu.

Restrictions on Use

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Preferred Citation

Klaus Herdeg papers, 1963-1992, Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Vincent Wilcke in 2013.

Revision Description

2013-10-30 File created.

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

Subject Headings

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Architectural design -- Study and teaching (Graduate) -- China Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Architecture -- Asia, Central Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Architecture -- China -- Designs and plans Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Architecture -- India -- Designs and plans Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Architecture -- India -- Exhibitions Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Architecture -- Iran -- Designs and plans Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Columbia University. Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Cornell University. College of Architecture, Art, and Planning Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Herdeg, Klaus Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Islamic architecture -- Asia, Central Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Islamic architecture -- Iran Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Islamic architecture -- Kazakhstan -- Turkistan Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Islamic architecture -- Uzbekistan Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Symbolism in architecture -- India Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Tianjin da xue. Jian zhu xi Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Klaus Herdeg was born March 4th 1937 in Paris, France to Swiss parents. Educated at Stiener Schools in both Switzerland and England, Herdeg went on to earn a Bachelor of Architecture degree at Cornell University. In 1965 Herdeg was awarded Cornell University's Eidlitz fellowship with which he traveled extensively throughout northwestern India producing measured drawings of monumental architectural complexes. This work would later be compiled and produced into a traveling exhibit and book titled Formal Structure in Indian Architecture.

Herdeg worked as an architect in both Europe and the United States, becoming a licensed architect in New York State in 1970. The majority of his career, however, was spent in academia. Herdeg began work as a professor at Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art and Planning in 1966. At Cornell, Herdeg witnessed a period of turmoil climaxing with the lighting of a burning cross outside Wari House, the subsequent Willard Straight Hall Takeover by members of the Afro-American Society in 1969 and the presumed arson of the Africana Studies and Research Center in 1970. Resigning from Cornell in response to the firing of four untenured faculty members on ideological grounds, Herdeg was recruited by Dean James Polshek to join the faculty at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in 1973.

Before commencing his teaching duties at Columbia, Herdeg traveled to Iran and modern day Uzbekistan with funds garnered through Harvard Graduate School of Design's Wheelwright Prize to study Islamic architecture. Herdeg's work in the Middle East and the former Soviet Union culminated in another traveling exhibition and book titled Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan published in 1990.

At Columbia University, Herdeg taught a variety of design studios as well as courses on Indian and Islamic architecture that proved to be popular with students. In 1974 Herdeg was selected by the Landmarks Conservancy to consult on a project for the preservation and adaptive reuse of the Federal Office Building, also known as the Federal Archive Building, in Greenwich Village. Herdeg's work for the project would later be published in 1976 in a book titled Working Paper 1: Creative Analysis for the Reprogramming of Landmarks.

While a professor at Columbia, Herdeg inaugurated an exchange program for students with Tianjin University that began in 1982. The program derived from an unsolicited invitation Dean Polshek received from Tianjin University regarding the idea of an architectural exchange between the two universities. Polshek delegated the responsibility of developing and organizing the program to Herdeg, who in 1980 had traveled, as part of an expedition headed by the Agha Khan, to Kashagar and other sites in Mainland China. Through his travels Herdeg developed an interest in concession era Chinese architecture producing a number of large drawings of important early-twentieth century buildings in Tianjin. In 1984 Herdeg was made Chairman of the Division of Architecture and a year later his book The Decorated Diagram was published.

Klaus Herdeg died on February 21, 2009 in New York City.

Series I: Faculty Papers

Subseries 1: Cornell University

Box 1: Folder 1 New Hire Paperwork and Staff Roster 1966-1968

Includes Cornell University's College of Architecture staff directory (1966-1967), correspondence regarding Herdeg's appointed position and Herdeg's Academic Personnel Appointment Form

Box 1: Folder 2 Communication Workers of America Local Leadership Conference 1967

Includes the transcript of a lecture on city planning given at a conference and other material regarding the conference

Box 13 Design 101, Design 102 1967 Fall, 1968 Spring

Binder with notes, syllabus, and other material for Design 101, Fall 1967 and Design 102, Spring 1968 at Cornell University. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 1: Folder 3 Design 101 1968

Includes syllabi, reference material and student work

Box 13 Summer School 1968, Pilot Project for Junior College 1968

Binder with preparatory notes, syllabus, submission requirements, etc. for 1968 Summer School program at Cornell University. Course co-taught with Professor Dominguez. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 1: Folder 4 Student-Faculty Liaison Committee 1968-1969

Includes memoranda and correspondences regarding students' issues with Cornell University's Department of Architecture during the 1968-1969 academic year

Box 13 Design 101, Design 102 1968 Fall, 1969 Spring

Binder with notes, syllabus, and other material for Design 101, Fall 1968 and Design 102, Spring 1969 at Cornell University. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 1: Folder 5 Lecture Committee 1968-1970
Box 1: Folder 6 Advisorship Department Assignments 1968-1973

Includes a list of advisors and advisees for the 1968-1969, 1970-1971, 1972-1973 academic years as well as numerous letters of recommendation letters written by Herdeg and correspondences between Herdeg and students and Herdeg and department heads

Box 13 Design 101 [1 of 2] 1969 Fall

Binder with notes, syllabus, and other material for Design 101, Fall 1969 course at Cornell University. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 13: Folder 01 Design 101 [2 of 2] 1969 Fall

Loose notes, student work, other material for Design 101, Fall 1969 course at Cornell University. Photographs : 16 items; Photostats : 3 items. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 13 Design 103 to 109 1969 Fall

Binder with notes, syllabus, and other material for Design 103, Design 107/109, Design 108/110, Design 513, Architectural Technology 601, and Arch. 603-604, Fall 1969 at Cornell University. Critics include Profs. May, O. M. Ungers, Roger Sherwood, Seligmann, T. Heyde, and Ralph Crump. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 1: Folder 7 Form As A Tool--Notes, Sketches, Quotes, Bibliography 1969

Includes correspondences, sketches, quotes, drafts of text and a bibliography for the development of a book tentatively titled [t]Form as a Tool[/t]

Box 1: Folder 8 University Faculty Meetings, Minutes Announced 1969-1970

Includes minutes on faculty meetings, reports, newspaper clippings and letters regarding school affairs with a concentration of documents relating to the position of African American Studies at the Cornell in reaction to the presumed arson of the Cornell African Studies and Research Center on April 1, 1970

Box 1: Folder 9 Publication Committee 1969-1970
Box 1: Folder 10 Miscellaneous Committee Correspondences and Faculty Memorandums 1969-1971
Box 1: Folder 11 Awards, Scholarships and Medals 1969-1971

Includes memoranda and correspondences regarding end of the year prizes, scholarships and awards

Box 1: Folder 12 Student Recommendation Letters 1969-1974
Box 1: Folder 13 Student And Faculty Affairs 1969

Includes a series of memoranda regarding the restructure of Cornell University's College of Architecture Art and Planning as well as a report compiled by the Structure Committee titled "Proposed Organizational Structure For the Department of Architecture College of Architecture, Art, & Planning Cornell University"

Box 1: Folder 14 America Is Hard to Find 1969-1970

Includes as series of memoranda and newspaper clippings surrounding Cornell University's America is Hard to Find weekend, which was a weekend celebration of non-violent resistance to war and injustice

Box 1: Folder 15 Work Load and Compensation 1969-1970

Includes a series of newspaper clippings from the Cornell Chronicle, minutes of faculty meetings, and memoranda regarding proposal to increase faculty salaries and to change the school's policy on faculty raises

Box 1: Folder 16 General Administrative Directives 1969-1971

Includes a series of memoranda and correspondences regarding the faculty's teaching budget and the structure of the Cornell University's Department of Architecture

Box 1: Folder 17 On Formal Structure Lecture Notes 1969-1979

Includes notes for a lecture on formal structure in architecture given at Cornell University, M.I.T., Princeton University, The Catholic University in Washington D.C., The University of Oregon and The University of North Carolina in Raleigh

Box 1: Folder 18 The Provincial City 1969-1971

Includes an outline, newspaper clippings, publication material and a manuscript regarding The Provincial City

Box 13 Design 102, Spring 1970 1970 Spring

Binder with notes, syllabus, and other material for Design 102, Fall 1970 at Cornell University.[Accession 2015.012]

Box 13 Design 104 to 110 1970 Spring

Binder with notes, syllabus, and other material for Design 101, Design 106, and Design 108/110, Spring 1970 at Cornell University. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 13 Design 102 1970 Fall

Bound notes, syllabus, and other material for Design 102, Fall 1970 at Cornell University. Course co-taught with Professor Dennis. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 13 Design 105 1970 Fall

Binder with notes, syllabus, and other material for Design 105, Fall 1970 at Cornell University. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 1: Folder 19 Symposium Correspondences 1970 Jan-May

Includes a series of correspondences regarding Cornell University's Department of Architecture's spring symposium titled "The Provincial City"

Box 1: Folder 20 Symposium Financial Arrangements 1970 Feb-Mar
Box 1: Folder 21 to 23 The Provincial City 1970 June

3 folders containing the transcript for The Provincial City

Box 1: Folder 24 The Provincial City Photocopy Reproductions 1970 May
Box 1: Folder 25 Urban Design Memos 1970 May
Box 1: Folder 26 Centennial Committee 1970 May

Includes a memorandum regarding suggestions for the upcoming centennial celebration of Cornell University's Department of Architecture, Art, and Planning, which was founded in 1871

Box 1: Folder 27 Technology and the Social Value of Industrialization 1970 Fall

Includes syllabi, proposed assignments and memoranda regarding a class taught in part by Herdeg about the direction of technology and the mitigation of the damaging consequences of its unrestrained application

Box 1: Folder 28 Humanistic Aspects Of The Problems Of The City 1970
Box 2: Folder 1 Design101 1970 Fall

Includes syllabi and assignment sheets

Box 2: Folder 2 Architecture Study Committee 1970-1971

Contains newspaper clippings, faculty meeting minutes and memoranda regarding the search for a new dean for Cornell University's Department of Architecture, Art and Planning as well as the removal of the college of Fine Arts from the Department of Architecture, Art and Planning to the College of Arts and Sciences

Box 2: Folder 3 Class and University Schedules 1970 Fall to 1971 Fall
Box 2: Folder 4 Eidlitz Fellowship Committee 1970-1972

Includes documents regarding the selection of students for Eidlitz fellowships

Box 2: Folder 5 Appointment Committee 1970-1972

Includes documents regarding the appointment of perspective faculty members and guest lecturers for the department of architecture at Cornell University

Box 2: Folder 6 Department Curriculum Committee 1970-1973
Box 2: Folder 7 Faculty Meetings Minutes and Memoranda 1970-1971
Box 2: Folder 8 College Admissions Committee 1971

Includes interview related expense reports, lists of prospective students and interview notes taken by Herdeg

Box 2: Folder 9 Proposed Course: "Formal Structures in American Cities" 1971

Includes correspondences regarding the creation of a new course

Box 2: Folder 10 Summer Term Correspondences 1971

Includes correspondences between Herdeg and perspective summer session students regarding their qualifications for the program

Box 2: Folder 11 Summer Term Budget Administration 1971
Box 2: Folder 12 Summer Term Course Notes and Programs 1971
Box 2: Folder 13 A Comparative Housing Study [1 of 7] 1971

Includes course material for the 1971 summer term on 18th and 19th century Western European Historical housing Prototypes in England and France

Box 2: Folder 14 A Comparative Housing Study [2 of 7] 1971

Includes course material for the 1971 summer term on contemporary US single detached houses

Box 2: Folder 15 A Comparative Housing Study [3 of 7] 1971

Includes course material for the 1971 summer term on archetypal Mediterranean civilization architecture .

Box 2: Folder 16 A Comparative Housing Study [4 of 7] 1971

Includes course material for the 1971 summer term on Western European historical architectural prototypes from the 13th century to the 17th century

Box 2: Folder 17 A Comparative Housing Study [5 of 7] 1971

Includes course material for the 1971 summer term on Heroic period architectural prototypes from 1910 to 1940

Box 2: Folder 18 A Comparative Housing Study [6 of 7] 1971

Includes course material for the 1971 summer term on contemporary architectural models and analysis

Box 2: Folder 19 A Comparative Housing Study [7 of 7] 1971

Includes course material for the 1971 summer term on US historical architectural prototypes from the 18th and 19th centuries

Box 2: Folder 20 Summer Session Bibliographies 1971
Box 2: Folder 21 Summer Session Slide Notes 1971
Box 2: Folder 22 to 36 Summer Session Student Work 1971

[Restricted]

Box 2: Folder 37 Term in Europe, Studio Proposal 1971
Box 2: Folder 38 Exhibitions Committee 1971-1973

Includes minutes of committee meetings and memoranda

Box 2: Folder 39 Library Listings 1971-1973

Includes reports on selected acquisitions by the Fine Arts Library of Cornell University

Box 2: Folder 40 Department "Bruhaha" 1971-1973

Includes memoranda, faculty correspondences and newspaper clippings regarding the controversy over the firing of four untenured faculty in Cornell University's Department of Architecture over ideological reasons

Box 2: Folder 41 Suggested Bibliographies for Courses 1971-1973
Box 2: Folder 42 401 History Lectures 1971-1973

Includes Herdeg's lecture on Architectural Drawing Representations

Box 3: Folder 1 Cornell University Student Grades 1972 Spring

Includes term grades and graded exams

Box 3: Folder 2 Current Department Memos 1972-1973
Box 3: Folder 3 Search Committee for Department Chairman 1973
Box 3: Folder 4 Executive Committee 1973

Includes memoranda regarding prospective faculty members to Cornell University's Department of Architecture

Box 3: Folder 5 UDL Seminar Notes 1973 Spring
Box 3: Folder 6 Summer Program 1973 1973

Includes doodles, course assignments and student grades

Box 3: Folder 7 Cornell University's Department of Architecture 1973-1974

Memoranda

Box 3: Folder 8 Telluride Association 1973-1977

Includes material surrounding Herdeg's stint as a Telluride Associate, notes on student interviews, correspondences

Box 3: Folder 9 Notes on Loudon Lecture 1975 Dec
Box 3: Folder 10 Slide Classifications undated
Box 3: Folder 11 Main Office Renovation undated

Includes sketches and blueprints of the main office of Cornell University's Department of Architecture

Subseries 2: Columbia University

Box 3: Folder 12 Bibliography in Progress 1973 Fall
Box 3: Folder 13 Principles of Architectural Design 1973 Fall

Includes lecture notes and course evaluations

Box 3: Folder 14 General Academic Records 1973-1976

Includes a range of material regarding academic affairs, courses taught and personal correspondences

Box 3: Folder 15 Decorated Diagram Avery Lecture 1974

Includes the transcript of a lecture given in Avery Hall on September 25 on the Influence of the Bauhaus Legacy on American architectural students at Harvard in the 1940s

Box 3: Folder 16 Notes On Conferences Attended 1974
Box 3: Folder 17 Lecture Preparation 1974 Spring

Includes the transcript of a lecture Herdeg gave for the Architectural League in April of 1974

Box 3: Folder 18 Principles of Architectural Design 1974 Fall
Box 3: Folder 19 Committee on Lectures and Exhibitions 1974 Fall

Includes memoranda and correspondences between Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation Dean, James Polshek, and prospective lecturers, as well as a transcript of an interview of Romaldo Ginvgon by Kenneth Frampton

Box 3: Folder 20 Harvard Graduate School of Design Architecture 2-1a 1974 Fall

Includes a series of design problems given at the Harvard Graduate School of Design in the fall semester of 1974

Box 3: Folder 21 Columbia University Miscellaneous School Affairs 1974-1975

A variety of material including a series of correspondences between Herdeg, Dean Polshek and Arthur Drexler in an attempt to establish an architecture and design course collaboration between GSAPP and MOMA, as well memoranda surrounding revising the Kinnie Fellowship distribution

Box 3: Folder 22 First Year Studio (Design II) 1974-1977
Box 3: Folder 23 Fall 1975 Teaching Assignments 1975
Box 3: Folder 24 Studio I 1975

Includes problems 1 - 6 for Studio I as well as a curriculum timeline for the semester

Box 3: Folder 25 Principles of Architectural Design 1975
Box 3: Folder 26 Recording and Analysis 1975

Includes course material for Recording and Analysis

Box 3: Folder 27 Comprehensive Studio II 1976 Spring

Includes a Columbia University Bulletin pertaining to the period of 1976-1978, a "Course Manual" and a student roster

Box 3: Folder 28 Fall Semester 1977 1977 Fall

Includes correspondences between the faulty members Dean Polshek and Richard Plunz regarding teaching assignments and the possibility of hiring Thomas Schumacher, a student roster of the architecture school, and course material surrounding Herdeg's section of Studio I

Box 3: Folder 29 Lecture Notes 1977 Oct 20

Includes notes for a lecture titled "Flexibility and Change: Literal and Interpreted"

Box 3: Folder 30 Comprehensive Studio II 1978 Spring

Includes the course syllabus, problems 2-6, a student roster, final review notes and comments on student projects

Box 3: Folder 31 Urban Precedents 1978 Spring

Includes course material, a bound volume of student work and three assorted engravings of unidentified cityscapes

Box 3: Folder 32 Principles of Architectural Design 1978 Fall

Includes course material and notes

Box 3: Folder 33 Lecture Notes 1978 Sep-Oct

Includes notes for a lecture titled "Flexibility and Change: Literal and Interpreted" and Site / Context - Approach / Entry

Box 3: Folder 34 Comprehensive Studio I 1978 Fall

Includes course material and a student/faculty handbook to the M.Arch. program

Box 3: Folder 35 Urban Precedents 1979 Spring

Includes course material, written student work, articles and readings as well as notes

Box 3: Folder 36 Studio VI Hospital 1979 Spring

Includes course material, site maps, clippings and articles regarding hospitals design, and negatives

Box 3: Folder 37 Studio II 1979, Spring

Syllabus

Box 3: Folder 38 The Hudson River Museum 1979 Jul

Includes correspondences between Herdeg and Judy Matson of the Hudson River Museum regarding Herdeg's participation in an exhibit titled "1000 Boxes"

Box 3: Folder 39 The Fogg Art Museum Expansion 1978 Jul-Oct

A series of correspondences regarding the design competition for an addition to Harvard University's Fogg Art Museum

Box 3: Folder 40 Lecture Notes 1979 Fall
Box 4: Folder 1 Principles of Architectural Design 1979 Fall

Course material: readings, syllabi and student problems

Box 4: Folder 2 Comprehensive Studio I 1979 Fall

Course material

Box 4: Folder 3 Studio V Harlem 1980 Fall
Box 4: Folder 4 Formal Structure In Islamic Architecture 1980 Fall

Herdeg's course proposals

Box 4: Folder 5 Fundamentals In Architectural Design 1980-1981

Material relating to an undergraduate course taught at Barnard

Box 4: Folder 6 Report on Three Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture Seminars 1980-1983

Includes details about the publication of student work from three Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture Seminars

Box 4: Folder 7 Formal Structure In Islamic Architecture 1982 Spring

Includes course material and letters from potential students asking to be placed in the course

Box 4: Folder 8 Studio V Bronx 1982 Spring

Course material, maps, a class roster and background research

Box 4: Folder 9 Studio VI A Diplomatic Mission in New York City 1982 Spring

Includes course material, background research and photo copies of student work

Box 4: Folder 10 Formal Structure In Islamic Architecture 1982 Fall

Includes course material, letters from potential students asking for placement in the course, student research project proposals, background research, notes

Box 4: Folder 11 The Decorated Diagram 1982 Nov 16

Includes a transcript of lecture given at Cornell University.

Box 4: Folder 12 Formal Structure in Central Asian Architecture 1982-1983

Includes syllabi, bibliographies and other course material

Box 4: Folder 13 Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture 1983

Course material including an excerpt from The Decorated Diagram, regarding the analysis on Villa Mairea with supporting material on Villa Mairea and photographs as well as course notes and letters of prospective students asking for admittance in the course

Box 13: Folder 02 Miscellaneous Material 1983-1986

Newspaper clippings; correspondence; Xeroxes; The New York Review of Books (December 22, 1983); Columbia, The Magazine of Columbia University (December 1984); photograph : 1 item. [Accession 2015.012]

Box 4: Folder 14 Studio VI Chengde Hotel [1 of 2] 1983 Spring

Background material and research

Box 4: Folder 15 Studio VI Chengde Hotel [2 of 2] 1983 Spring

Background material, research and notes

Box 4: Folder 16 Studio V 1983, Fall

Background research, course material, notes with a correspondences regarding a student with health issue

Box 4: Folder 17 Studio VI A Language College [1 of 2] 1984, Spring

Course material, two bound volumes regarding the history and urban renewal of the Lower East Side, photocopied maps and information regarding zoning

Box 4: Folder 18 Studio VI A Language College [2 of 2] 1984, Spring

Course material, student roster, background research on educational architecture and English as a second language instruction, maps of the Lower East Side and maps of Tokyo

Box 4: Folder 19 The Decorated Diagram 1984

Includes course material and assorted photocopies of Villa Mairea, the Altes Museum etcetera for use in the course

Box 4: Folder 20 Formal Structure In Islamic Architecture 1984, Spring

Includes course material and photocopied background research on Islamic architecture

Box 4: Folder 21 Studio VI An Air Terminal 1985 Spring

Includes course material and background research on transportation concourses like Grand Central Terminal including the January 1985 issue of Stone World

Box 4: Folder 22 Bus Station Research 1985 Spring

Includes information regarding traffic engineering, bus dimensions and the architecture and design of bus terminals

Box 4: Folder 23 Studio VI An Arcade Between 47th and 48th Street 1986 Spring

Includes course material and a collection of maps and views of Manhattan

Box 5: Folder 1 Studio VI An Urban Cloister 1987 Spring

Includes course material, an architectural jury schedule, department memoranda and atlas folios of the Lower East Side and the East Village

Box 5: Folder 2 Studio V Amelia Erhart Museum / Institute 1987 Fall

Includes course material

Box 5: Folder 3 Studio V 1987 Fall

Includes Columbia University Abstract 87-88, department correspondences, a course roster, a course schedule, a paper concerning the role of the engineering in the third year fall term studio

Box 5: Folder 4 Spring Semester 1988 Spring

Includes information on the section of Studio VI Herdeg taught, research on Tudor City and Turtle Bay, material surrounding an exchange program with visiting Juniors to Columbia University, class rosters and a paper on the Croton Aqueduct

Box 5: Folder 5 Formal Structure In Islamic Architecture 1988 Spring

Includes course material, news paper clippings, student course evaluation sheets

Box 5: Folder 6 Studio V 1988 Fall

Includes information on Herdeg's section of studio as well as more general information regarding the 1988 fall semester including department memoranda, suggested reform to the studio raffle system, student rosters, perspective faculty member resumes and CVs

Box 5: Folder 7 European And Chinese Architectural Sensibilities 1988 Fall

Includes a comparative analysis of a concession building in Tainjin and a traditional land boat in Suzhou

Box 5: Folder 8 School Administration 1988-1989
Box 5: Folder 9 Studio VI A Clinic for Ambulatory Care 1989 Spring

Includes course material including syllabi, review schedules, course schedule and maps and background information on Queens New York City, the site for the clinic

Box 5: Folder 10 Formal Structure In Central Asian Architecture 1989 Spring

Includes course material, a New York Times article on the Euro-centric lens American education focuses on and letters of student interest in the course

Box 5: Folder 11 Studio V 1989 Fall

Includes material regarding final reviews correspondences between Herdeg and faculty members and between Herdeg and students, also student reviews of the course

Box 5: Folder 12 Formal Structures in Central Asian Architecture 1990, Spring
Box 5: Folder 13 Studio VI Istanbul Center For Scholars 1990, Spring

Includes course material

Box 5: Folder 14 Formal Structure In Islamic Architecture: Report On Four Seminars 1984-1990

Includes a bound volume with student work

Box 5: Folder 15 Studio V New York City Diplomatic Missions 1992 Fall

Subseries 3: Design Studio and Travel in Asia

Box 15: Folder 01 China, Japan, India Addresses undated

Notes; business cards; greeting cards; Architectural Journal no. 7 (1987); Great Earth Rural Building Developing Foundation (Beijing) [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 02 Clippings on China 1978-84

Newspaper and magazine clippings [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 03 Correspondence 1980-83, 1989

Three sets of material on China and Chinese architecture sent to Klaus Herdeg [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 04 Participants, China 81 1981

List of participants and program; photographers : 2 items; pamphlets [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 05 Sabbatical, China 81 1981

Correspondence; photographs : 2 items; pamphlets [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 06 Photographs, China 81 1981?

Photographs : 72 items; negatives [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 07 Correspondence, post-China 81 1981-83

Correspondence; notes; newspaper and magazine clippings; photographs : 8 items; negatives [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 08 Receipts, China Fall 1981/Spring 1982 1981-82

Receipts; booklet; agenda for 1981/82 [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 09 Chi Kang; Wen-Yilyu; Gao Min-Quan, Nanjing; Dai Fu-Dong, Shanghai; Zhang He-Shun, Nankai; Wang Guo-Quan, Beijing 1982-86

Correspondence; greeting cards; photographs : 5 items [Accession 2015.012]

Box 5: Folder 16 to 17 China Columbia University-Tianjin Program 1982 Summer
Box 15: Folder 10 1982 Summer Program in China: Tientsin/Columbia Correspondence 1981-82

Correspondence; Xeroxes; notes; pamphlets; invoices [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 11 1982 Summer Program in China: Report 1982-1983

Magazine clippings; correspondence; Xeroxes [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 12 1982 Summer Program in China: Miscellaneous Notes 1982-1983

Xeroxes; notes; photograph : 2 items [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 13 1982 Summer Program in China: Clippings 1981-83, 87

Newspaper and magazine clippings [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 14 1982 Summer Program in China: Xeroxes on Chinese architecture 1978, 1980, 1981-82, undated

Xeroxes on Chinese architecture, includes Architectural Department of Tianjin University, China, "A Brief Description of Ancient Chinese Gardens: Outline," (January 1982); Architectural Department of Tianjin University, "A Brief Description of Ancient Chinese Gardens," Architectural Department of Tianjin University, "The Selected Works of the Architecture on Ancient China for Reference;" Else Glahn, "Chinese Building Standards in the 12th Century" Scientific American (June 1981); and others [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 15 1982 Summer Program in China: Pamphlets, Maps, Postcards, and other Ephemera undated

Pamphlets, includes "Brief Introductions of the Building Construction Design and Research Institute of Tientsin University"; maps; postcards; and other ephemera [Accession 2015.012]

Box 5: Folder 18 A Journal of Columbia University-Tianjin University Architectural Exchange 1984 Summer
Box 15: Folder 17 Dai Fu-Dong 1983

Correspondence; Xeroxes, includes Dai Fu-Dong, "Stone and Man: Rock Buildings in Gweizhou," (February 1983); Dai Fu-Dong, "Brief Review About Hospital Building Synthetic Planning: Marching Forward in the Integration of Needs and Possibilities," (September 1983); Dai Fu-Dong, "A Think Tank on the Top of PANAM," (December 1983) [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 18 1984 Summer Program in China: Correspondence 1983-1984

Correspondence; Xeroxes; notes; pamphlets; postcards : 2 items; photographs : 14 items; Tianjin University, 1895-1980 [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 19 1984 Summer Program in China: Report 1984

Xeroxes; notes; fact sheet; student reports by Susan H. Goldstein, Bryce Sanders, and David N. Cohn [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 20 1984 Summer Program in China: Receipts 1984

Receipts [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 21 1984 Summer Program in China: Clippings 1982-1984

Newspaper, magazine, and journal clippings [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 22 1984 Summer Program in China: Xeroxes on Chinese architecture

Xeroxes on Chinese architecture, includes Wenzhong Zhoung, "A Brief Description of Ancient Chinese Gardens: Outline;" Tadashi Sekino, Summer Palace and Lama Temples in Jehol (Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, 1935); and others [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 23 1984 Summer Program in China: Exhibition 1984-85

Correspondence; notes [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 24 1984 Summer Program in China: Pamphlets, Maps, Postcards, and other Ephemera undated

Pamphlets, maps, postcards, and other ephemera [Accession 2015.012]

Box 5: Folder 19 Along The Ancient Silk Routes 1985-1986

Includes trip proposal, itinerary, promotional poster, and student work

Box 15: Folder 25 1986 Summer Program in China: Correspondence 1985-1986

Correspondence; Xeroxes; notes [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 26 1986 Summer Program in China: List of Participants 1986

Xeroxes; notes [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 27 1986 Summer Program in China: Receipts 1986

Receipts [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 28 1986 Summer Program in China: Clippings 1984-1986

Newspaper clipping; Xeroxes of magazine articles [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 29 1986 Summer Program in China: Xeroxes and Items on Chinese architecture 1982-1986

Xeroxes on Chinese architecture, including Architectural Department of Tianjin University, China, "A Brief Description of Ancient Chinese Gardens" (January 1982); China Building Technology Development Centre, China Building Selection no. 3 (1983); Architectural Journal, no. 12 (1982) [Accession 2015.012]

Box 15: Folder 30 1986 Summer Program in China: Pamphlets, Maps, Postcards, and other Ephemera undated

Pamphlets, maps, and other ephemera[Accession 2015.012]

Box 6: Folder 1 Asian Cultural Council Application 1992

Includes application form, correspondences and the ACC's annual report from 1990

Box 6: Folder 2 European And Chinese Architectural Sensibilities Undated

Includes a comparative analysis of a concession building in Tianjin and a traditional land boat Suzhou as well as photocopies of photographs found in Box 9

Box 6: Folder 3 Tianjin 1987 Circa

Includes original drawings of buildings in Tianjin, correspondences with Qiu Kang, and list of slides copied by Avery Slide Library

Box 6: Folder 4 Informational publications On China [1 of 2] Undated

Includes travel brochures, a publication on the architecture of Qingdao and a publication from Dalian University Of Technology

Box 6: Folder 5 Informational publications On China [2 of 2] Undated

Includes university publication from Dalian University of Technology, Tianjin University as well as a publication from the Shanghai Technology Trade Show 1988, and Architecture from September 1985

Box 16: Folder 01 US-China Arts Exchange 1979-82, 1989

Correspondence; pamphlets; greeting cards; notes; photograph : 1 item [Accession 2015.012]

Box 16: Folder 02 US-China Arts Exchange 1983-85

Correspondence; NEA application [Accession 2015.012]

Box 16: Folder 03 Other China Programs 1985, 1987

Correspondence; pamphlet [Accession 2015.012]

Box 16: Folder 04 Jia-Ping Pan 1985

Lecture flyer; CV [Accession 2015.012]

Box 16: Folder 05 Asian Cultural Council 1985-87

Correspondence; Asian Cultural Council Annual Reports for the years 1985, 1986, and 1987; photograph : 1 item [Accession 2015.012]

Box 16: Folder 06 Koichi Nagashima 1981-93

Correspondence; postcards; photograph : 1 item [Accession 2015.012]

Box 16: Folder 07 Fumihiko Maki, Kiyo Sawaoka 1983-92

Correspondence; notes; photographs : 31 items; pamphlets; business cards [Accession 2015.012]

Box 16: Folder 08 Japan undated

Pamphlets; maps; photographs : 38 items, many collaged into panoramic views; postcards : 3 items [Accession 2015.012]

Box 16: Folder 09 Machiya: The House in the City of Kyoto undated

Print of Ronald Rose and Allyne Winderman, "Machiya: The House in the City Kyoto, A Research Proposal" [Accession 2015.012]

Box 17: Folder 01 The Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Correspondence 1979-82

Correspondence, regarding trip from Oct. 6 to Nov. 14, 1981 [Accession 2015.012]

Box 17: Folder 02 The Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Seminar on the Changing Rural Habitat, Beijing, People's Republic of China 1981

Folders filled with documents given to participants of seminar held from October 19 to 22, 1981, including pamphlets, newspaper clippings. Folders labelled: "Information," "Participants," "Programme," "Kashgar," and "Xi'an" [Accession 2015.012]

Box 17: Folder 03 The Aga Khan Award for Architecture 1981, 1983

Seminar on the Changing Rural Habitat, Beijing, People's Republic of China, 19 to 22 October 1981, documents include "Abstracts of Case Studies and Technology Papers;" Rafique H. Keshavjee, "Islam in Rural Areas: An Analytic Introduction;" Lee Horne, "Rural Habitants and Habitations: A Survey of Dwellings in their Settings in the Rural Islamic World"; The Aga Khan Award for Architecture, The 1983 Award [Accession 2015.012]

Series II: Formal Structure In Indian Architecture

Box 6: Folder 6 Correspondences 1963-1966

Includes correspondences relating to Herdeg's application for the Eidlitz fellowship to study architecture in India as well as correspondences during Herdeg's trip and after he returned to Zurich and was appointed as a faculty member at Cornell University.

Box 6: Folder 7 India Travel Diary 1965 Jan-May

Contains a small travel diary with notes and sketches from Herdeg's journey to India

Box 6: Folder 8 Correspondences 1967-1968

Includes correspondences regarding the publication of the exhibition folios into a book

Box 6: Folder 9 Notes On Expositions And Talks 1967-1968

Includes the transcripts for lectures and expositions talks Herdeg delivered accompanying the opening of Formal Structure in Indian Architecture

Box 6: Folder 11 Exhibition Travel 1967-1981

Includes correspondences between Herdeg and instructions receiving Formal Structure in Indian Architecture, travel schedules, campus plans and Herdeg sketches for how the exhibition was to be installed and set up

Box 6: Folder 12 Exhibition Flyers circa 1968
Box 6: Folder 13 Correspondences and Order Forms 1968-1970

Includes correspondences regarding ordering the portfolio and filled out order forms

Box 6: Folder 14 Mailer For Formal Structure In Indian Architecture 1969
Box 6: Folder 15 First Reprint Of The Folios 1969-1974

Includes correspondences regarding the reprinting of Formal Structure in Indian Architecture

Box 6: Folder 16 Publication Advertisements 1977

Includes correspondences, order forms and samples regarding the advertisements printed for the reprinting of Formal Structure in Indian Architecture

Box 6: Folder 17 Exhibit In Switzerland 1980

Includes correspondences and notes regarding the exhibits travel in Switzerland

Box 6: Folder 18 1991 Reprint circa 1991

Includes the key to published and unpublished photographs and edits to the text

Oversize 1: Folder 4 Draft Pages 1967

Includes 8 draft pages with edits

Oversize 1: Folder 5 First Reprinting of the Portfolio 1977
Oversize 1 Boxed Portfolio 1977
Oversize 1: Folder 1 Indian Architecture Sketches Undated

Series III: Formal Structure In Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan

Box 6: Folder 19 Russian Material On Islamic Architecture Undated

Material is written in a Slavic language in the Cyrillic alphabet

Box 6: Folder 20 GSAPP Exhibition Advertisement circa 1987

Includes flyers for an opening of Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan held in Avery Hall at Columbia University

Box 6: Folder 21 Exhibition Opening Remarks Undated
Box 6: Folder 22 Folio Drafts Undated
Box 6: Folder 23 Photographic Inventory and Page Edits Undated
Box 6: Folder 24 Islam Undated

Includes background research material on Islamic architecture of Iran and two timelines constructed by Herdeg of Islamic history

Box 7: Folder 1 Travel Brochures circa 1975

Includes brochures for Kerman, Khiva, Bukhara, and Central Asia and Kazakhstan as well as two travel diaries

Box 7: Folder 2 Sketch Book Undated

Includes a sketch book containing Herdeg's preliminary drawings and dimension for later drawings in Formal Structures in Islamic Architecture

Box 7: Folder 3 Articles Undated

Includes a series of articles on Islamic architecture

Oversize 1: Folder 3 Miscellaneous Visual Material Undated

Includes 4 photographs and five drawings

Series IV: Professional Papers

Box 7: Folder 4 Work For RP&M Steiger Architects 1966

Includes work done for RP&M Steiger Architects on a series of Urban Design Problems relating the issues of the suburban growth surrounding Zurich particularly in a series of small historic towns

Box 7: Folder 5 Urban Design Group Publication circa 1966

Includes material relating to a publication at Harvard critiquing contemporary urban design and architecture paradigms

Box 7: Folder 6 City Hall Competition 1967

Includes competition material published in Amsterdam for a new city hall building

Box 7: Folder 7 PAX Life Insurance Competition 1967

Includes newspaper article, correspondences and photocopied of submitted drawings

Box 7: Folder 8 Miscellaneous Articles 1967 Circa
Box 7: Folder 9 Photocopied Articles 1967 Circa

Includes background information on swimming pool design

Box 7: Folder 10 Comparative Type Study Of Some Colleges And Universities 1968
Box 7: Folder 11 Student Housing Competition Material ETH Zurich 1969

Includes competition publication material

Box 7: Folder 12 Student Housing Competition ETH Zurich I / II 1969

Includes material relating to Herdeg's competition entry

Box 7: Folder 13 Student Housing Competition ETH Zurich II / II 1969

Includes material relating to Herdeg's competition entry

Box 7: Folder 14 Form as a Tool 1969

Includes sheets of drawn diagrams

Box 7: Folder 15 Professional Licensing Examination 1970
Box 7: Folder 16 Correspondence 1970

Includes correspondence with Alberto Longoni and photocopies of Longoni drawings

Box 7: Folder 17 Harvard Square 1972
Box 7: Folder 18 Personal Project Ideas circa 1972
Box 7: Folder 19 The City Form And Intent Undated

Includes photocopies of text

Box 7: Folder 20 City Of New York License Examination 1974

Includes course material Herdeg had prepared

Box 7: Folder 21 West Village Houses 1974

Includes newspaper clippings and real estate prospectus

Box 8: Folder 1 Adaptive Re-use of Lofts 1974-1975

Includes newspaper clippings on the adaptive reuse of loft buildings

Box 8: Folder 2 Federal Office Building (FOB) 1974-1975

Includes writings on significance and National Register of Historic Places Inventory Form for the Federal Office Building/ US Appraisers Warehouse

Box 8: Folder 3 FOB Existing Conditions circa 1974-1975
Box 8: Folder 4 FOB Feasibility Studies circa 1975
Box 8: Folder 5 FOB Financial Records 1975
Box 8: Folder 6 FOB Developmental Sketches circa 1975
Box 8: Folder 7 FOB Background Research circa 1975
Box 8: Folder 8 FOB Exterior Conditions circa 1975
Box 8: Folder 9 FOB Proposals "As Presented' circa 1975
Box 8: Folder 10 FOB Final Feasibility Study 1975
Box 14 FOB Site Photographs [1 of 2] undated

Binder with photographs : ca. 80 items [Accession 2015.012]

Box 14: Folder 01 FOB Site Photographs [2 of 2] undated

Xeroxes; contact sheets : 5 items [Accession 2015.012]

Box 14: Folder 02 FOB Presentation Material undated

Xeroxes of presentation material (diagrams, plans, photographs) [Accession 2015.012]

Oversize 1: Folder 1 FOB blueprints 1975
Box 8: Folder 11 Villa Mairea undated

Includes a visitors pamphlet, written work and notes about the house as well as a comprehensive set of analytical drawings

Box 8: Folder 12 Working Papers 1976-1977
Box 8: Folder 13 Zurich Seminars 1983

Transcripts of three lectures given: I "Nature vs. Artifice", II "Chinese Gardens", III "Decorated Diagram"

Box 8: Folder 14 Graham Foundation Lecture 1983

Series V: Visual Material

Subseries 1: Photographs And Negatives

Box 8: Folder 15 India [1 of 17] 1965

Includes 5 prints of peasant women in Gujerat, 7 prints of bus passengers in Rajput and 28 prints of unidentified subjects

Box 8: Folder 16 India [2 of 17] 1965

Includes 6 assorted prints and 1 photographic postcard of Jaipur

Box 8: Folder 17 India [3 of 17] 1965

Includes 14 assorted prints of Ahmedabad

Box 8: Folder 18 India [4 of 17] 1965

Includes 34 assorted prints of the Sun Temple Modhera

Box 8: Folder 19 India [5 of 17] 1965

Includes 4 prints of maps of India, 5 miscellaneous prints, 5 assorted prints of river laundry and 32 assorted prints of unidentified sites

Box 8: Folder 20 India [6 of 17] 1965

Includes 11 assorted prints of Jodhpur, Pokaran, Jaisaumen and Osian

Box 8: Folder 21 India [7 of 17] 1965

Includes 12 assorted prints of Bombay

Box 8: Folder 22 India [8 of 17] 1965

Includes 4 prints of architectural drawings and 5 prints of Adalaj

Box 8: Folder 23 India [9 of 17] 1965

Includes 3 prints of architectural drawings and 18 assorted prints of Kapadwanj

Box 8: Folder 23 India [10 of 17] 1965

Includes 2 prints of architectural drawings and 30 assorted prints of Jaisalmer

Box 8: Folder 25 India [11 of 17] 1965

Includes 39 prints of the Mandu Mosque

Box 8: Folder 26 India [12 of 17] 1965

Includes 60 assorted prints of the Mandu palace

Box 8: Folder 27 India [13 of 17] 1965

Includes 57 prints of Chandigarh

Box 8: Folder 28 India [14 of 17] 1965

Includes 4 prints of architectural Drawings and 29 assorted prints of Fathpur Sikri

Box 8: Folder 29 India [15 of 17] 1965

Includes 61 assorted prints of the Sarkhej Roza Complex

Box 8: Folder 30 India [16 of 17] 1965

Includes 55 assorted prints of the Fatehpur Sikri Palace Complex

Box 8: Folder 31 India [17 of 17] circa 1965

Includes 2,022 assorted 35 millimeter negatives, 6 larger format negatives and approximately 70 contact sheets

Box 8: Folder 32 Russia 1965

Includes 107 assorted 35 millimeter negatives and 47 assorted prints of Moscow and Leningrad (St. Petersburg)

Box 8: Folder 33 Iran [1 of 9] 1973-1974

Includes 3 Prints of a house and garden in Nayin

Box 8: Folder 34 Iran [2 of 9] 1973-1974

Includes 12 assorted prints of two houses in Yazd

Box 8: Folder 35 Iran [3 of 9] 1973-1974

Includes 1 print of Maidan Shah Isfahan

Box 8: Folder 36 Iran [4 of 9] 1973-1974

Includes 10 assorted prints of Madrasa Madir I-Shan Isfah

Box 8: Folder 37 Iran [5 of 9] 1973-1974

Includes 14 assorted prints of Maidan-I-Shan Isfahan

Box 8: Folder 38 Iran [6 of 9] 1973-1974

Includes 12 assorted prints of the Bazar Caravansari Isfahan

Box 8: Folder 39 Iran [7 of 9] 1973-1974

Includes 5 assorted prints of Kerman

Box 9: Folder 1 Iran [8 of 9] 1973-1974

Includes 1,264 assorted 35 millimeter negatives, 14 assorted prints, 18 assorted large format negatives and 66 contact sheets

Box 9: Folder 2 Iran [9 of 9] 1973-1974

Includes 40 photographic postcards of Iran

Box 9: Folder 3 Uzbekistan [1 of 7] 1973-1974

Includes 8 assorted prints of the religious and mortuary complex at Kashgar

Box 9: Folder 4 Uzbekistan [2 of 7] 1973-1974

Includes 5 assorted prints of Khiva

Box 9: Folder 5 Uzbekistan [3 of 7] 1973-1974

Includes 14 assorted prints of Samarkand

Box 9: Folder 6 Uzbekistan [4 of 7] 1973-1974

Includes 6 assorted prints of Bukhara

Box 9: Folder 7 Uzbekistan [5 of 7] 1973-1974

Includes 4 assorted prints of gardens in Yazd, Kashan and Shiraz

Box 9: Folder 8 Uzbekistan [6 of 7] 1973-1974

Includes 2 assorted prints of unidentified subjects

Box 9: Folder 9 Uzbekistan [7 of 7] 1973-1974

Includes 42 assorted photographic postcards

Box 9: Folder 10 Italy 1973-1974

Includes 1 print of Venice

Box 8: Folder 11 Egypt 1973-1974

Includes 1 print of the Mosque Al-Hakim

Box 8: Folder 12 Finland undated

Includes 66 assorted 35 millimeter negatives of Villa Mairea and Finland Hall, 26 assorted prints of Villa Mairea, 30 assorted prints of the National Pensions Institute and Finland Hall, 15 assorted color prints of Villa Mairea, and two contact sheets

Box 9: Folder 13 Switzerland 1967

Includes 24assorted prints of Herdeg's submission to the PAX Life Insurance Company Competition (See Box 6 Folder 25)

Box 9: Folder 14 China [1 of 10] undated

Includes 41 assorted prints of unidentified twentieth century buildings

Box 9: Folder 15 China [2 of 10] undated

Includes 13 assorted booklets of photographic post cards of China

Box 9: Folder 16 China [3 of 10] undated

Includes 63 assorted prints of architecture in unidentified Chinese cities likely dating from the second quarter of the twentieth century

Box 9: Folder 17 China [4 of 10] 1986

Includes 22 assorted prints of unidentified Chinese buildings as well as two trip schedules and architectural drawings

Box 9: Folder 18 China [5 of 10] 1986-1988

Includes 64 assorted prints of Chinese buildings including The Morgan Apartment House, the Hong Kong Apartment House, 3 Villas in Jin Feng and a Villa in Splin Jaem

Box 9: Folder 19 China [6 of 10] 1988

Includes 545 assorted labeled 35 millimeter negatives and 17 contact sheets

Box 9: Folder 20 China [7 of 10] undated

Includes 15 assorted prints of Chinese buildings likely dating from the second quarter of the twentieth century

Box 9: Folder 21 China [8 of 10] 1986

Includes 25 negatives, 1 contact sheet and 20 assorted prints of a studio excursion at Tianjin University during a Columbia University summer program

Oversize 1 China [9 of 10] 1980

Includes 27 assorted prints of buildings in Peking (Beijing) bound in an album

Box 9: Folder 22 China [10 of 10] 1985

Includes 30 assorted prints of buildings in Shanghai

Box 9: Folder 23 United States [1 of 12] 1967-1975

Includes 613 assorted 35 millimeter negatives of studio projects and 2 contact sheets

Box 9: Folder 24 United States [2 of 12] undated

Includes 9 contact sheets and 21 35 millimeter negatives

Box 9: Folder 25 United States [3 of 12] 1975

Includes 4 contact sheets and 572 assorted 35 millimeter negatives of studio projects

Box 9: Folder 26 United States [4 of 12] 1975, 1978

Includes 41 contact sheets and 37 assorted prints of studio reviews at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, with photographs of a 1978 showing of Formal Structure of Indian Architecture

Box 9: Folder 27 United States [5 of 12] 1975

Includes 19 assorted prints, 8 contact sheets and 166 negatives of the Provincial City Symposium ( See Box 1 Folders 18-24)

Box 9: Folder 28 United States [6 of 12] 1972

Includes three contact sheets, and 93 assorted 35 millimeter negatives of Herdeg's Harvard Square Project

Box 9: Folder 29 United States [7 of 12] 1975

Includes 24 assorted prints of the FOB building and the model produced during its study (See Box 7 Folders 13-21)

Box 9: Folder 30 United States [8 of 12] 1975

Includes 30 assorted prints of a model produced of the FOB (See Box 8 Folder 42 and Box 7 Folders 13-21)

Oversize 1: Folder 2 United States [9 of 12] 1975

Includes 4 assorted prints of the FOB Building (See Box 8 Folder 42-43 and Box 7 Folder 13-21)

Box 9: Folder 31 United States [10 of 12] 1975

Includes 26 assorted 35 millimeter negatives and 18 assorted photographs of the Bronx studio in the Spring semester of 1982

Box 9: Folder 32 United States [11 of 12] 1984

Includes 69 assorted prints and 36 assorted 35 millimeter negatives of the Lower East Side for a Spring semester studio

Box 9: Folder 33 United States [12 of 12] 1975

Includes 7 assorted prints of a student arcade project

Subseries 2: Slides

Box 9: Folder 2 China undated

Includes 164 slides of Chengde, 82 color slides of Chinahina and 270 miscellaneous slides of China

Box 9: Folder 3 China undated

Includes 68 slides of Tianjin, 18 slides of Hong Kong, 15 slides of western China and 239 miscellaneous slides of China

Box 9: Folder 4 China [1 of 2] 1982

Includes 232 Slides

Box 9: Folder 5 China [2 of 2] 1982

Includes 232 Slides

Box 9: Folder 6 China [1 of 2] 1984

Includes approximately 309 slides

Box 9: Folder 7 China [2 of 2] 1984

Includes approximately 309 slides

Box 9: Folder 8 China And East Turkestan [1 of 2] 1981

Includes approximately 348 slides

Box 9: Folder 9 China And East Turkestan [2 of 2] 1981

Includes approximately 348 slides

Box 9: Folder 10 China [1 of 2] 1988

Includes a total of 467slides of Tianjin, Dalieu, Qujngdao, Shanghai and Hing Kong

Box 9: Folder 1 China [2 of 2] 1988
Box 10: Folder 2 China [1 of 2] 1982-1993

Includes a total of 514 slides of Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tietsin, Dalien, Chanjchuu and Harbin

Box 10: Folder 3 China [2 of 2] 1982-1993
Box 10: Folder 4 Iran [1 of 2] 1975 Apr-Jun

Includes a total of 438 slides

Box 10: Folder 5 Iran [2 of 2] 1975 Apr-Jun
Box 10: Folder 6 West Turkestan 1975 Jun-Jul

Includes 244 Slides

Box 10: Folder 7 Tokyo 1988

Includes 294 Slides

Box 10: Folder 8 Russia 1975

Includes 231 Slides of Russia

Box 10: Folder 9 India undated

Includes 132 Slides

Box 10: Folder 10 Istanbul undated

Includes 173 Slides

Box 10: Folder 11 Islamic Architecture undated

Includes 135 slides of Islamic architectural diagrams, 28 slides of Samarkand and 58 slides of Sultan Aecha Mosque

Box 10: Folder 1 Student Studio Work 1977-1989

Includes 11 slides of the Spring 1984 Studio VI, 20 Slides of the Spring 1984 Bus terminal Studio, 10 Slides of Andre Rebecca Parti-wall project 1976, 57 Slides from the fall 1983 studio, 31 slides of the 1986 studio, 10 slides of student work from 1977, 12 slides from the monastery studio 1987

Box 12: Folder 1 Studio VI 1984 and 1986

Includes 159 slides of Studio VI

Box 12: Folder 2 Studio Work 1985-1986

Includes 58 Slides from the 1986 Diamond Way Studio, 49 Slides from a fall 1983 studio, 34 slides of a 1989 studio and student work from 1985

Box 12: Folder 3 Decorated Diagram undated

Includes 156 Slides

Box 12: Folder 4 Principles of Architectural Design 1977

Includes 161 Slides

Box 12: Folder 5 Miscellaneous Slides undated

Includes, 28 Slides of Chinese Architectural drawings, 60 slides of watercolors by TB Young, 100 Slides of a Safari in Africa, 8 Slides of Rome, 50 Slides of Texas, California and New York, 35 Slides of Rome, 9 Slides of Villa Mairea, 34 Slides of Casa del Faccio

Box 12: Folder 6 Personal Project undated

Includes 16 Slides

Series VI: Drawings

Subseries 1: Formal Structure In Indian Architecture

Drawer 456: Folder 1 Mandu Palace, Madhya Pradesh undated

Includes 29 drawings

Drawer 456: Folder 2 Mandu Mosque, Madhya Pradesh undated

Includes 38 drawings

Drawer 456: Folder 3 Jaisalmer, Rajasthan undated

Includes 16 drawings

Drawer 456: Folder 4 Surkhej, Gujarat undated

Includes 23 drawings

Drawer 456: Folder 5 Adalaj, Gujarat undated

Includes 6 drawings

Drawer 456: Folder 6 Kapadwanj, Gujarat undated

Includes 7 drawings

Drawer 456: Folder 7 Modhera, Gujarat undated

Includes 6 drawings with a student drawing of a vernacular dwelling in Ghana

Drawer 456: Folder 8 Fatehpur-Sikri, Uttar Pradesh undated

Includes 29 drawings

Drawer 456: Folder 9 Miscellaneous Indian Sites undated

Includes 10 drawings

Drawer 459: Folder 2 Exhibition Mockup undated

Subseries 2: Formal Structure In Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan

Drawer 456: Folder 11 Nain, Isfahan Province, Iran undated

Includes 7 drawings

Roll 2 Nain, Isfahan Province, Iran undated
Drawer 456: Folder 12 to 13 Khiva, Xorazm Province, Uzbekistan undated

Includes 6 drawings

Drawer 456: Folder 14 Kerman, Kerman Province, Iran [1 of 2] undated

Includes 21 drawings

Roll 1 Kerman, Kerman Province, Iran [2 of 2] undated
Drawer 456: Folder 15 Yazd, Yazd Province, Iran undated

Includes 38 drawings

Drawer 457: Folder 1 Kashan, Isfahan Province, Iran undated

Includes 4 drawings

Drawer 457: Folder 2 Isfahan, Isfahan Province, Iran [1 of 2] undated

Includes 71 drawings

Roll 3 Isfahan, Isfahan Province, Iran [2 of 2] undated
Drawer 457: Folder 3 Bukhara, Bukhara Province Uzbekistan [1 of 3] undated

Includes 29 drawings

Roll 4 Bukhara, Bukhara Province Uzbekistan [2 of 3] undated
Roll 9 Bukhara, Bukhara Province Uzbekistan [3 of 3] undated
Drawer 457: Folder 4 Samarkand, Samarqand Province, Uzbekistan [1 of 2] undated

Includes 5 drawings

Roll 8 Samarkand, Samarqand Province, Uzbekistan [2 of 2] undated
Drawer 457: Folder 5 Shiraz, Fars Province, Iran undated

Includes 3 drawings

Drawer 457: Folder 6 Unidentified Islamic Sites undated

Includes 73 drawings and a package of diagrams on tracing paper

Drawer 457: Folder 7 Kashgar, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region China undated

Includes 7 drawings

Subseries 3: Professional Work

Drawer 457: Folder 8 ETH Student Housing Competition [1 of 3] undated

Includes 13 drawings

Drawer 457: Folder 9 ETH Student Housing Competition [2 of 3] undated

Includes 12 drawings

Drawer 457: Folder 10 ETH Student Housing Competition [3 of 3] undated

Includes 13 drawings

Drawer 458: Folder 1 PAX Life Insurance Competition undated

Includes 3 drawings and 2 boards

Drawer 458: Folder 2 Dzubas Studio [1 of 3] 1983

Includes 3 boards

Roll 10 Dzubas Studio [2 of 3] 1983

Includes a set of blue prints

Roll 11 Dzubas Studio [3 of 3] 1983

Includes original design drawings

Drawer 459: Folder 6 Lower East Side Studio undated

Includes 1 board

Subseries 4: Student Work

Drawer 458: Folder 4 Cornell University Thesis [1 of 3] 1963

Includes 4 boards with drawings

Drawer 458: Folder 1 Cornell University Thesis [2 of 3] 1963

Includes 5 boards with drawings

Drawer 459: Folder 2 Cornell University Thesis [3 of 3] 1963

Includes 5 boards with drawings

Box 14 "Urban Spaces," Harvard University Seminar 1964

Foldable presentation booklet with drawings and photographs of model of Monte Albán archaeological site in Mexico by Mario Corea, Klaus Herdeg, and Guillermo Shelley [Accession 2015.012]

Subseries 5: Chinese Concession Architecture

Drawer 459: Folder 3 Jin Feng Houses [1 of 2] undated

Includes 18 drawings

Roll 5 Jin Feng Houses [2 of 2] undated
Drawer 459: Folder 4 Hong Kong House [1 of 2] undated

Includes 78 drawings

Roll 6 Hong Kong House [2 of 2] undated
Drawer 459: Folder 5 Splingaerd House [1 of 2] undated

Includes 54 drawings

Roll 7 Splingaerd House [2 of 2] undated
Drawer 459: Folder 6 Bohai Building undated

Includes 78 drawings

Series VII: The Decorated Diagram

Subseries 1: Drafts

Box 12: Folder 01 Manuscript undated

Bound manuscript titled "The Decorated Diagram: A Critique of the Teaching of Architecture at Harvard in the 1940s under Walter Gropius and of Buildings Produced by Graduates of that Era," labelled "Original Pix"; Xeroxes of "Preface (draft I)"

Box 12: Folder 02 Manuscript [1 of 2] undated

Unbound manuscript titled "The Decorated Diagram: A Critique of the Teaching of Architecture at Harvard in the 1940s under Walter Gropius and of Buildings Produced by Graduates of that Era," labelled "No Pix, No Annotations, No Appendices, as submitted to MIT"

Box 12: Folder 03 Manuscript [2 of 2] undated

Notes for Preface; Xeroxes of "Preface (draft I)," labelled "ca. Sept. 79"; loose Xeroxes of "I. Introduction"; Xeroxes of "Figures"

Box 12: Folder 04 Manuscript undated

Bound manuscript titled "The Decorated Diagram: A Critique of the Teaching of Architecture at Harvard in the 1940s under Walter Gropius and of Buildings Produced by Graduates of that Era," labelled "Work Copy CR"

Box 12: Folder 05 Manuscript undated

Bound manuscript of "The Decorated Diagram: A Critique of the Teaching of Architecture at Harvard in the 1940s under Walter Gropius and of Buildings Produced by Graduates of that Era"

Box 12: Folder - Manuscript undated

Manuscript titled "The Decorated Diagram," in red three-ring binder

Box 12: Folder 06 Invoices 1982

Invoices : 2 items

Subseries 2: Research

Box 12: Folder 07 "Formal Structure Table Story (Origs.)" 1969, undated

Newspaper clippings; Xeroxes; notes

Box 12: Folder 08 Index cards undated

Research material for "The Decorated Diagram," organized on index cards and arranged in five categories: "Gen. Ideas," "Scope of Total," Rel. Articles," "Harvard Pers. Research," and "Biographies"

Box 12: Folder 09 "Notes past and current" undated

Handwritten notes

Box 12: Folder 10 "GSD problems as given, Master Class" undated

Handwritten notes; Xeroxes of syllabi from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1946-53

Box 12: Folder 11 Appendices undated

Xeroxes of syllabi from Harvard Graduate School of Design; notes

Box 12: Folder 12 Diagrams undated

Xeroxes; diagrams by Herdeg : 2 items

Box 12: Folder 13 1: Marcel Breuer undated

Newspaper and journal clippings; Xeroxes; notes

Box 12: Folder 14 3: Edward L. Barnes '42 [1 of 2] undated

Newspaper and journal clippings; Xeroxes; The Asia Society 25th Anniversary Capital Fund Campaign News vol. 1, no. 2 (Spring 1980)

Box 12: Folder 15 3: Edward L. Barnes '42, SUNY Purchase Exhibition Material [2 of 2] undated

Clippings; Xeroxes; leaflets; photographs : 38 items; slides 2 items; negatives : 3 items

Box 12: Folder 16 4: John M. Johansen '42 undated

Xeroxes

Box 12: Folder 17 5: Philip Johnson undated

Newspaper and journal clippings; Xeroxes; notes; The Architectural Forum vol. 183, no. 1 (January/February 1973); Progressive Architecture (February 1984); map of Lincoln Nebraska; negatives of 1001, 5th Avenue : 3 items

Box 12: Folder 18 Johnson vs. Schinkel undated

Xeroxes; notes; acetate of Altes Museum floor plan : 1 item; syllabus

Box 12: Folder 19 6: Eduardo Catalano '45 undated

Xerox

Box 12: Folder 20 7: I. M. Pei '46, Cobb '49, Cossutta '52 undated

Newspaper and journal clippings; Xeroxes; New York Times Magazine (May 20, 1979; January 23, 1983; August 14, 1983); photograph : 1 item; acetates of Johnson Museum : 2 items

Box 12: Folder 21 8: Paul Rudolph '47 undated

Newspaper clipping; Xerox; CV

Box 12: Folder 22 9: Victor Lundy '48 undated

Xeroxes; notes

Box 12: Folder 23 10: Ulrich Franzen '48 undated

Newspaper clippings; Xeroxes

Box 12: Folder 24 11: TAC undated

Newspaper clipping

Box 12: Folder 25 12: John Carl Warnecke '42 undated

Xeroxes; notes

Box 12: Folder 26 13: William J. Conklin '50, Nicholas Satterlee '43, Ernest Kump '43, Lawrence Halprin '44 undated

Xeroxes

Box 12: Folder 27 Miscellaneous related articles undated

Newspaper and journal clippings; Xeroxes; notes; letter from Edward L. Barnes announcing selection of Henry N. Cobb as Chairmen of the Architecture Department at the Harvard Graduate School of Design

Box 12: Folder 28 GSD Bulletins undated

Xeroxes; notes

Box 12: Folder 29 l'Architecture d'aujourd'hui "Walter Gropius et son ecole" 1950 Feb

Xeroxes; notes

Subseries 3: Books

Box 12 Books 1983-88

Klaus Herdeg, (softcover) "The Decorated Diagram: Harvard Architecture and the Failure of the Bauhaus Legacy," (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1983): 2 copies; Klaus Herdeg, (hardcover) "The Decorated Diagram: Harvard Architecture and the Failure of the Bauhaus Legacy," (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1983): 1 copy; Klaus Herdeg, (hardcover) "Die Geschmuuckte Formal, Harvard: Das Bauhaus-Erbe und sein amerikanischer Verfall," (Braunschweig: Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn, 1988): 1 copy

Series VIII: Misc. Publications

Box 14: Folder 03 Hassan Fathy 1961-1965

Manuscripts of "The City of the Future: Aesthetics in the C.O.F.," "The City of the Future: Comtemporaneity," and "Ce que j'ai appris a Louqsor"

Box 14: Folder 04 Ekistics/Doxiades 1963-1965

Doxiades Associates, Consultants on Development and Ekistics (December 1963); Doxiades Associates, Islamabad: The New Capital of Pakistan no. 64 (March 1964); Ekistics Revies on the Problems and Science of Human Settlement vol. 19 no. 110–115 (January–June 1965)

Box 14: Folder 05 Reports, New York 1970-1980

Building Code of the City of New York (New York, Cincinnati, Toronto, London, Melbourne: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1970); Space Standards Committee (New York State, Urban Development Corporation, May 11, 1972); Legacies of a Radical Era, Architecture at Columbia: 1968-80 (Columbia GSAPP, April 26, 1980); "Commercial: Parking"; "Residential: Apartments"

Box 14: Folder 06 Transit-Land/Use Working Committee 1972 Apr, 1973 Mar

Land Use Planning Considerations, Route 132-C, Second Avenue Subway, East 34th St. to Whitehall St., Manhattan (Transit-Land/Use Working Committee, April, 1972); Transit Recommendations and Related Surface Improvements, Route 132-C, Second Avenue Subway, Lower East Side, Manhattan (Transit/Land-Use Working Committee, March, 1973)

Box 14: Folder 07 Reports, Middle East and Asia 1990-1991, undated

"The Reconstruction of Beirut, Central District: The Major Urban Redevelopment Project of the 1990s"; I. M. Goodovitch, "The Saddle Shape Vertebra Method for Prefabricated Houses," (Israel: Ministry of Housing and Development); Masood Khan, "The Walled City of Lahore: Conservation, Historical Continuity and Change" (August 1990); Klaus Herdeg, Masood Khan, and Hashim Sarkis, "Kashan and Beirut Workshops (Cambridge, MA: Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Fall 1991)

Box 14: Folder 08 Magazines 1968-1983

Connection (Winter/Spring 1968); Journal of Architectural Education vol. 33, no. 2 (November 1979); Journal of Architectural Education vol. 34, no. 1 (Fall 1980); Crit no. 7 (Spring 1980); The Kaleidoscope Review (April 1980); Asia (August 1983)

Box 14 Magazines 1979-1994

Precis vol. 1 (Spring 1979); Precis vol. 2 (1980); Precis vol. 3 (1981); Precis vol. 4 (1983); Precis vol. 5 (Fall 1984); Abstract (1988-89; 1989-90; 1990-91; 1992-93; 1993-94)

Box 14 Student Work 1972, 1991

Steven Rankin, Wolf Point Development: Urban Design Prototype (December 18, 1972), with note from Steven Rankin addressed to Herdeg; Hatice Yazar, "Architecture in Miniature: Representation of Space and Form in Illustrations and Buildings in Timurid Central Asia," (M.S.Arch.S ., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June, 1991); Chuan Wang, "The Garden Houses in Beijing and Suzhou: A Comparison" (Fall 1991)

Box 14 Books 1971, 1974, undated

Architecture of the Arts: The State University of New York College at Purchase (New York, NY: The Museum of Modern Art, 1971); Maki: Three Projects in Progress, Architecture in Place; Peter Wolf, The Evolving City: Urban Design Proposals by Ulrich Franzen and Paul Rudolph (New York, NY: The American Federation of the Arts, 1974)