Avery Drawings & Archives Collections
 

Klaus Herdeg papers, 1963-1992

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

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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