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George Collins papers, 1838-1986, bulk 1949-1986

Summary Information

At a Glance

Bib ID 10820511 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Collins, George R. (George Roseborough), 1917-1993 ; Mili͡utin, N. A (Nikolaĭ Aleksandrovich), 1889-1942 ; Sprague, Arthur Colby, 1895-1991
Title George Collins papers, 1838-1986, bulk 1949-1986
Physical Description 13 linear feet
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.

All original copies of audio media are closed until reformatting in 2020.

Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is made up of eight series: Faculty Papers, Modern Architecture Symposium, Braziller Papers, Columbia History of Architecture, Russian Papers, Other Papers, Other Projects, Visual Materials, Audio Material.

Description

Scope and Content

This collection is composed primarily of correspondence, course material, writings, notes, photographs, slides, and audio tapes. Much of the material pertains to Collins' career as a professor at Columbia University. There is also a bulk of material regarding to the 1962, 1964, and 1966 Modern Architecture Symposiums held at Columbia University, as well as the publication of N.A. Miliutin's Sotsgorod: The Problem of building Socialist Cities, which was translated from Russian to English by Arthur Sprague. The basis for the series and subseries order was developed from Collins' own groupings. For the majority of the collection, Collins' folder titles have been maintained and the material has been arranged chronologically.

  • Series I: Faculty Papers

    Series I is comprised of material relating to Collins' career as a professor in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University in the City of New York. A majority of the papers in this series are related to the Architecture and Technology course Collins taught and the Colloquium he led. There is also a series of folders containing correspondence relating to academic affairs between the years of 1949 and 1958.

  • Series II: Modern Architecture Symposium

    Series II is comprised of three subseries: The first subseries includes material relating to the 1962 Modern Architecture Symposium. There are papers regarding the planning and financial arrangements of the Symposium as well as the publication of its proceedings. There are also individual files containing correspondence and the papers delivered by speakers. The second subseries includes material relating to the 1964 Modern Architecture Symposium. There are papers regarding the planning and financial arrangements of the Symposium as well as the publication of the proceedings. There are also individual files containing correspondence and the papers delivered by speakers. The third subseries includes material relating to the 1966 Modern Architecture Symposium. There are papers regarding the planning and financial arrangements of the Symposium as well as the publication of the proceedings. There are also individual files containing correspondence and the papers delivered by speakers.

  • Series III: Braziller Papers

    Series III is comprised of five subseries: The first subseries includes proposals, draft pages, correspondence, and illustrations relating to the publication of Socialist Planning in the Cities of Eastern Europe. The second subseries includes correspondence, suggested chapters, author contracts, draft pages, and layout considerations relating to the writing and publication of Planning and Cities. The third subseries includes files on individual authors. The fourth subseries includes book proposals. The fifth subseries includes correspondences, reviews of publications and publicity for George Braziller, Inc.

  • Series IV: Columbia History of Architecture

    Series IV is comprised of material relating to the publication of the Columbia History of Architecture. There are files containing suggested chapters and authors, preliminary instructions to selected authors, chapters regarding prehistoric, primitive, and Pre Columbian architecture, the architecture of Egypt and the Far East, the Architecture of Greater India and South East Asia, Roman Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Mannerism and Classicism, Baroque architecture, the architecture of the United States, and modern architecture. There is also correspondence between Collins and various authors as well as correspondence between Collins and the editors at George Braziller, Inc.

  • Series V: Russian Papers

    Series V is comprised of five subseries: The first subseries includes material relating to the publication of N.A. Miliutin's Sotsgorod: The Problem of building Socialist Cities. The text was translated from Russian to English by Arthur Sprague as part of his dissertation research. Collins, who served as Sprague's dissertation advisor, edited the translated text. There are files containing the edited manuscript, various drafts, and correspondence. The second subseries includes a selection of Arthur Sprague's graduate school work. There are files containing Sprague's master's essay, as well as various other writings on Soviet architecture. There is also correspondence between George Collins and Sprague, research notes, newspaper clippings. The third subseries includes copies of the papers delivered during the 1974 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies and Columbia University Russian Institute's Conference on "The Cultural Revolution in Russia, 1928-1933." The fourth subseries includes numerous papers authored by Frederick Starr, an American expert of Russian and Eurasain affairs. There are also images for Starr's book Melnikov Solo Architect in a Mass Society, and correspondence between Starr and Collins. The fifth subseries is comprised of general material including newspaper clippings, journal articles, and numerous writings about Soviet architecture and city planning.

  • Series VI: Other Projects

    Series VI is comprised of material that Collins collected during the 1981 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects, which was held in Warsaw, Poland. There is a series of general correspondence divided alphabetically that date from the late 1950s to the early 1980s. There is a series of folders containing photocopies, correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, and exhibition material regarding Avery Library's collection of children's drawings of the Spanish Civil War. There is also a series of files relating to the Guastavino family including correspondence between Collins and Bob Guastavino, numerous articles, newspaper clippings, and writings. The final grouping of material in this series is comprised of notes written by Collins on various matters.

  • Series VII: Visual Material

    Series VII includes photographs taken during the 1962, 1964, and 1966 Modern Architecture Symposium, photographs of Soviet Architecture, photographs taken during an architecture studio review, and photographs of the Frank Lloyd Wright Humanities Exhibit. There are also numerous slides of Russian architecture as well as a series contact sheets and negatives.

  • Series VIII: Audio Material

    Series VIII is comprised of eight tape reels that contain the audio recording of the 1966 Modern Architecture Symposium.

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.

All original copies of audio media are closed until reformatting in 2020.

Restrictions on Use

Columbia University is providing access to the materials in the Library's collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of Columbia University is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Director, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University. For additional guidance, see Columbia University Libraries' publication policy.

In addition to permission from Columbia University, permission of the copyright owner (if not Columbia University) and/or any holder of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) may also be required for reproduction, publication, distributions, and other uses. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of any item and securing any necessary permissions rests with the persons desiring to publish the item. Columbia University makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the materials or their fitness for a particular purpose.

Preferred Citation

George Collins papers, 1838-1986, (bulk 1949-1986), Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.

Related Material

George R. Collins Papers, 1937-1985, Manuscripts Division, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.

George R. Collins Collection, 1941-1992, Archives of the American Field Service and AFS Intercultural Programs.

George R. Collins Archive of Catalan Art and Architecture, 1864-1992, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute.

The George Collins Collection on Linear City Planning, Special Collections, Frances Loeb Library, Harvard School of Design.

Christiane C. Collins collection of the West Harlem Coalition for Morningside Park and Urban Problems of the Contiguous Communities: West Harlem, Manhattan Valley, Morningside Heights and Manhattanville, 1961-1971, Archives and Rare Books Division, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Vincent Wilcke (Graduate Intern), under the supervision of Shelley Hayreh, Avery Archivist, in 2014.

Revision Description

2014-06-07 File created.

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

2020-06-09 Links added to digitized content in Series VIII. kws

Subject Headings

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R. Guastavino Company Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

History

George R. Collins was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on September 2, 1917. After graduating from Newton High School, in Newtonville, Massachusetts, Collins went on to study art history at Princeton University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1939 and a Master of Fine Arts degree in 1942. During World War II Collins volunteered with the American Field Service and earned four battle stars while serving with British forces. After the conclusion of the war Collins served for two years as deputy director and later director of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration Displaced Persons Centers in Bremen and Kassel-Mattenberg, Germany. In 1950, Collins married Christiane Crasemann, his future collaborater for the 1965 translation of Camillo Sitte's The Birth of Modern City Planning.

When Collins returned to the United States he began working as a teaching instructor at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he would continue to teach for the next forty years. In 1962 Collins was tenured as a full professor in the school's department of Art History and Archaeology. Considered the foremost Gaudi scholar in the United States, Collins wrote, edited, translated, and contributed to many significant works on Antonio Gaudi including Antonio Gaudi, which was published in 1960 and was the first book in English on Gaudi's work. Collin's research work extended beyond Gaudi and he wrote on numerous topics including the Guastavino Brothers' tile-vaulting system, Art Nouveau, city planning, Soviet architecture and planning, and modern architecture. For his scholarly work, Collins was awarded a Guggenheim fellowship as well as numerous grants from the Rockefeller Foundation and the American Council of Learned Societies.

George Collins died in Falmouth, MA in 1993.

Series I: Faculty Papers

Series I is comprised of material relating to Collins' career as a professor in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University in the City of New York. A majority of the papers in this series are related to the Architecture and Technology course Collins taught and the Colloquium he led. There is also a series of folders containing correspondence relating to academic affairs between the years of 1949 and 1958.

Box 1: Folder 1 Academic Affairs [1 of 2] 1947-1969
Box 1: Folder 2 Academic Affairs [2 of 3] 1946-1979
Box 1: Folder 3 Academic Affairs [3 of 3] 1946-1954

Material specifically relating to Columbia College

Box 1: Folder 4 School of General Studies [1 of 2] 1952

Cooperative program with the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Box 1: Folder 5 School of General Studies [2 of 2] 1953-1974
Box 1: Folder 6 Programs in the Arts 1958-1962
Box 1: Folder 7 Committee on the Humanities 1962
Box 1: Folder 8 Humanities Music Course 1962
Box 1: Folder 9 Columbia University Art Center 1963
Box 1: Folder 10 Vassar to Join Yale in New Haven 1967
Box 1: Folder 11 The Bell Report 1966 and 1969
Box 1: Folder 12 The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies [1 of 2] 1971
Box 1: Folder 13 The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies [2 of 2] 1971
Box 1: Folder 14 Urban Design Symposium 1967
Box 1: Folder 15 to 19 Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation 1961-1968
Box 1: Folder 20 History of City Planning 1974
Box 1: Folder 21 to 28 Architecture and Technology 1976
Box 1: Folder 29 to 32 Architecture and Technology Papers [1 of 2] 1976
Box 2: Folder 1 to 6 Architecture and Technology Papers [2 of 2] 1976
Box 2: Folder 7 Introduction to the Arts 1977
Box 2: Folder 8 Organization of Colloquium 1971-1974
Box 2: Folder 9 Planning Colloquium 1972
Box 2: Folder 10 Colloquium Topics [1 of 37] undated

Arcades and Galleries

Box 2: Folder 11 Colloquium Topics [2 of 37] 1983

Architectural Drawings

Box 2: Folder 12 Colloquium Topics [3 of 37] 1979-1985

Architecture and Genius

Box 2: Folder 13 Colloquium Topics [4 of 37] 1982

Architecture in Painting

Box 2: Folder 14 Colloquium Topics [5 of 37] 1978

Architectural Photography

Box 2: Folder 15 Colloquium Topics [6 of 37] 1973-1985

Architecture in Society

Box 2: Folder 16 Colloquium Topics [7 of 37] 1973-1985

Columbia University Campus

Box 2: Folder 17 Colloquium Topics [8 of 37] 1975

Columns

Box 2: Folder 18 Colloquium Topics [9 of 37] 1973

Domes

Box 2: Folder 19 Colloquium Topics [10 of 37] 1978-1982

Doors

Box 2: Folder 20 Colloquium Topics [11 of 37] 1981-1985

Formalism

Box 2: Folder 21 Colloquium Topics [12 of 37] 1974-1984

Functionalism

Box 2: Folder 22 Colloquium Topics [13 of 37] 1978-1985

Functionalism

Box 2: Folder 23 Colloquium Topics [14 of 37] 1962-1970

Geometry

Box 2: Folder 24 Colloquium Topics [15 of 37] 1983-1984

Geometry

Box 2: Folder 25 Colloquium Topics [16 of 37] 1979-1981

Geometry

Box 2: Folder 26 Colloquium Topics [17 of 37] 1981

Geometry, Proportion, Nature and the Cosmos

Box 2: Folder 27 Colloquium Topics [18 of 37] 1967

Geometric Planning

Box 2: Folder 28 Colloquium Topics [19 of 37] undated

Golden Section

Box 2: Folder 29 Colloquium Topics [20 of 37] 1982

Historic Preservation

Box 2: Folder 30 Colloquium Topics [21 of 37] 1977-1984

Historiography

Box 2: Folder 31 Colloquium Topics [22 of 37] 1977-1985

Iconography

Box 2: Folder 32 Colloquium Topics [23 of 37] 1979-1984

Iconography

Box 2: Folder 33 Colloquium Topics [24 of 37] undated

Iconography

Box 2: Folder 34 Colloquium Topics [25 of 37] 1979

Modular Architecture

Box 2: Folder 35 Colloquium Topics [26 of 37] 1980-1981

The Museum

Box 2: Folder 36 Colloquium Topics [27 of 37] 1983

Ornament

Box 2: Folder 37 Colloquium Topics [28 of 37] 1972-1974

Psychology and Aesthetics

Box 2: Folder 38 Colloquium Topics [29 of 37] 1977-1985

Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall

Box 2: Folder 39 Colloquium Topics [30 of 37] 1979

The Roof

Box 2: Folder 40 Colloquium Topics [31 of 37] 1975

Space

Box 3: Folder 1 Colloquium Topics [32 of 37] 1962

Stairs

Box 3: Folder 2 Colloquium Topics [33 of 37] 1985

Structure

Box 3: Folder 3 Colloquium Topics [34 of 37] 1973-1984

Structure

Box 3: Folder 4 Colloquium Topics [35 of 37] 1974-1982

Style

Box 3: Folder 5 Colloquium Topics [36 of 37] 1972-1985

Style

Box 3: Folder 6 Colloquium Topics [37 of 37] 1977-1985

The Wall

Box 3: Folder 7 Colloquium Guests [1 of 3] 1972-1974

Professor Alfred Frazer

Box 3: Folder 8 Colloquium Guests [2 of 3] 1972-1975

Robert Streb

Box 3: Folder 9 Colloquium Guests [3 of 3] 1963-1975

Sir Tom Mellor

Box 3: Folder 10 Colloquium Visits [1 of 4] 1979-1985

Avery Library

Box 3: Folder 11 Colloquium Visits [2 of 4] 1981-1985

Avery Library

Box 3: Folder 12 Colloquium Visits [3 of 4] 1982

Grand Central Terminal

Box 3: Folder 13 Colloquium Visits [4 of 4] 1977-1985

St Paul's Chapel and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine

Box 3: Folder 14 Colloquium Schedules 1979-1985
Box 3: Folder 15 Colloquium Assignments 1978

Periodicals

Box 3: Folder 16 Colloquium 1984

Course Notes

Box 3: Folder 17 General Correspondence [1 of 10] 1949
Box 3: Folder 18 General Correspondence [2 of 10] 1950
Box 3: Folder 19 General Correspondence [3 of 10] 1951
Box 3: Folder 20 General Correspondence [4 of 10] 1952
Box 3: Folder 21 General Correspondence [5 of 10] 1953
Box 3: Folder 22 General Correspondence [6 of 10] 1954
Box 3: Folder 23 General Correspondence [7 of 10] 1955
Box 3: Folder 24 General Correspondence [8 of 10] 1956
Box 3: Folder 25 General Correspondence [9 of 10] 1957
Box 3: Folder 26 General Correspondence [10 of 10] 1958
Box 3: Folder 27 General Papers 1949-1980
Box 3: Folder 28 General Material 1976-1980
Box 3: Folder 29 Lecture Notes 1962-1963

Russian Art

Box 3: Folder 30 Seminar Notes 1965

"Frank Lloyd Wright: Aspects of Creativity and Eclecticism in his Works"

Box 3: Folder 31 Miscellaneous Research Papers undated

"On Thinking About Future World Order" By: Robert W Cox; "Utopian Views of War and Peace" By: Elisabeth Hansot

Series II: Modern Architecture Symposium

Series II is comprised of three subseries: The first subseries includes material relating to the 1962 Modern Architecture Symposium. There are papers regarding the planning and financial arrangements of the Symposium as well as the publication of its proceedings. There are also individual files containing correspondence and the papers delivered by speakers. The second subseries includes material relating to the 1964 Modern Architecture Symposium. There are papers regarding the planning and financial arrangements of the Symposium as well as the publication of the proceedings. There are also individual files containing correspondence and the papers delivered by speakers. The third subseries includes material relating to the 1966 Modern Architecture Symposium. There are papers regarding the planning and financial arrangements of the Symposium as well as the publication of the proceedings. There are also individual files containing correspondence and the papers delivered by speakers.

Subseries 1: MAS 1962

Box 3: Folder 32 Planning and Arrangements 1962
Box 3: Folder 33 to 34 Publication and Planning 1962
Box 3: Folder 35 Finances and Financing 1962
Box 3: Folder 36 Exhibition List 1962
Box 3: Folder 37 Distribution Lists 1962
Box 3: Folder 38 Mailings 1962
Box 3: Folder 39 Individual Files [1 of 12] 1962

Allen Brooks

Box 3: Folder 40 Individual Files [2 of 12] 1962

Theodore M Brown

Box 3: Folder 41 Individual Files [3 of 12] 1962

Walter Creese

Box 3: Folder 42 Individual Files [4 of 12] 1962

Peter Collins

Box 3: Folder 43 Individual Files [5 of 12] 1962

Philip Johnson

Box 3: Folder 44 Individual Files [6 of 12] 1962

Edgar Kaufmann Jr.

Box 3: Folder 45 Individual Files [7 of 12] 1962

Henry Millon

Box 3: Folder 46 Individual Files [8 of 12] 1962

Henry Russell Hitchcock

Box 3: Folder 47 Individual Files [9 of 12] 1962

J.M. Richards

Box 3: Folder 48 Individual Files [10 of 12] 1962

Everard Upjohn

Box 3: Folder 49 Individual Files [11 of 12] 1962

Peter Serenyi

Box 3: Folder 50 Individual Files [12 of 12] 1962

Bruno Zevi

Box 3: Folder 51 Proceedings 1962

Proof Copy

Box 3: Folder 52 Proceedings 1962

Corrections by: A. Barr, A Brooks, and T. Brown

Box 3: Folder 53 Proceedings 1962

Corrections by: G. Collins, P. Collins and T. Brown

Box 3: Folder 54 Proceedings 1962

Corrections by: E. Kaufmann, H. Millon , and S. Moholy-Nagy

Box 3: Folder 55 Proceedings 1962

Corrections by: H-R Hitchcock, J. Jacobus, P. Johnson

Box 3: Folder 56 Proceedings 1962

Corrections by: M. Peisch, R. Rosenblum, and E. Santomasso

Box 3: Folder 57 Proceedings 1962

Corrections by: P. Serenyi, R Sherwood, and S. Shuloff

Box 4: Folder 1 Proceedings 1962

File copy

Box 4: Folder 2 Proceedings 1962
Box 4: Folder 3 Proceedings 1962

Draft copy

Box 4: Folder 4 Proceedings 1962
Box 4: Folder 5 Proceedings 1962

Third Printing

Box 4: Folder 6 Proceedings 1962

Final manuscript for Stencil Cutting

Box 4: Folder 7 General Records 1964
Box 4: Folder 8 Post-Conference Correspondence 1964

Adolf Placzek to K.P. Zygas

Subseries 2: MAS 1964

Box 4: Folder 9 Planning and Arrangements 1964
Box 4: Folder 10 to 11 Publication and Planning 1964
Box 4: Folder 12 Publication 1964

Corrections by: G. Collins, and A. Placzek for Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians

Box 4: Folder 13 Finances and Financing 1964

Finances and Financing

Box 4: Folder 14 Slide and Image Lists 1964
Box 4: Folder 15 Mailings 1964
Box 4: Folder 16 Individual Files [1 of 33] 1964

Stanford Anderson

Box 4: Folder 17 Individual Files [2 of 33] 1964

Alfred Barr

Box 4: Folder 18 Individual Files [3 of 33] 1964

Allen Brooks

Box 4: Folder 19 Individual Files [4 of 33] 1964

Peter Collins

Box 4: Folder 20 Individual Files [5 of 33] 1964

Walter Creese

Box 4: Folder 21 Individual Files [6 of 33] 1964

James Fitch

Box 4: Folder 22 Individual Files [7 of 33] 1964

David Gebhard

Box 4: Folder 23 Individual Files [8 of 33] 1964

Wilder Green

Box 4: Folder 24 Individual Files [9 of 33] 1964

Henry Russell Hitchcock

Box 4: Folder 25 Individual Files [10 of 33] 1964

Ada Louise Huxtable

Box 4: Folder 26 Individual Files [11 of 33] 1964

John Jacobus

Box 4: Folder 27 Individual Files [12 of 33] 1964

Philip Johnson

Box 4: Folder 28 Individual Files [13 of 33] 1964

William Jordy

Box 4: Folder 29 Individual Files [14 of 33] 1964

Elizabeth Kassler

Box 4: Folder 30 Individual Files [15 of 33] 1964

Edgar Kaufmann Jr.

Box 4: Folder 31 Individual Files [16 of 33] 1964

John McAndrew

Box 4: Folder 32 Individual Files [17 of 33] 1964

Carroll Meeks

Box 4: Folder 33 Individual Files [18 of 33] 1964

Henry Millon

Box 4: Folder 34 Individual Files [19 of 33] 1964

Sibyl Moholy-Nagy

Box 4: Folder 35 Individual Files [20 of 33] 1964

Paul Norten

Box 4: Folder 36 Individual Files [21 of 33] 1964

Mark Peisch

Box 4: Folder 37 Individual Files [22 of 33] 1964

Robert Rosenblum

Box 4: Folder 38 Individual Files [23 of 33] 1964

Colin Rowe

Box 4: Folder 39 Individual Files [24 of 33] 1964

Vincent Scully

Box 4: Folder 40 Individual Files [25 of 33] 1964

Eduard Sekuer

Box 4: Folder 41 Individual Files [26 of 33] 1964

Patricia May Sekler

Box 4: Folder 42 Individual Files [27 of 33] 1964

Peter Serenyi

Box 4: Folder 43 Individual Files [28 of 33] 1964

Robert Stren

Box 4: Folder 44 Individual Files [29 of 33] 1964

George B Tatum

Box 4: Folder 45 Individual Files [30 of 33] 1964

Rudolph Wittkower

Box 4: Folder 46 Individual Files [31 of 33] 1964

Colin St. John Wilson

Box 4: Folder 47 Individual Files [32 of 33] 1964

William Wurster

Box 4: Folder 48 Individual Files [33 of 33] 1964

Bruno Zevi

Box 4: Folder 49 Preliminary Statements 1964

Spain: A Case Study In Action And Reaction -George Collins, The Spread of Technology: 1929-1939-James M. Fitch, The Decade: 1929-1939- Henry Russell Hitchcock, The "International Style" In The Thirties-William Jordy, Frank Lloyd Wright's Years of Modernism, 1925-1935-Edgar Kaufmann Jr, The Diaspora-Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, City-Planning Theory in Nazi Germany of the 1930s-Christian Otto, Modern Architecture and Architectural Criticism in the USA 1929-1939- Mark L Peisch, A Brief Review of the Decade's Architectural Literature- Adolf K Placzek, Le Corbusier's Changing Attitude Toward Form (A Summary)-Peter Serenyu, Relevance of The Decade- Robert A.M. Stern, The Social Front of Modern Architecture in the 1930s-CAtherine Bauer Wurster

Box 4: Folder 50 Statements 1964

Spain: A Case Study In Action And Reaction -George Collins, The Spread of Technology: 1929-1939-James M. Fitch, The Decade: 1929-1939- Henry Russell Hitchcock, The "International Style" In The Thirties-William Jordy, Frank Lloyd Wright's Years of Modernism, 1925-1935-Edgar Kaufmann Jr, The Diaspora-Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, City-Planning Theory in Nazi Germany of the 1930s-Christian Otto, Modern Architecture and Architectural Criticism in the USA 1929-1939- Mark L Peisch, A Brief Review of the Decade's Architectural Literature- Adolf K Placzek, Le Corbusier's Changing Attitude Toward Form (A Summary)-Peter Serenyu, Relevance of The Decade- Robert A.M. Stern, The Social Front of Modern Architecture in the 1930s-CAtherine Bauer Wurster

Box 4: Folder 51 Proceedings 1964
Box 4: Folder 52 Proceedings 1964

Author Corrections of Transcriptions

Box 4: Folder 53 Proceedings 1964

Author Corrections of Transcriptions

Box 4: Folder 54 Proceedings 1964
Box 4: Folder 55 Proceedings 1964
Box 4: Folder 56 Proceedings 1964

Printer's Copy 1 of 2

Box 4: Folder 57 Proceedings 1964

Printer's Copy 2 of 2

Box 5: Folder 1 Proceedings 1964

Tape Transcription

Box 5: Folder 2 Proceedings 1964

JSAH Reprint Unbound

Box 5: Folder 3 Proceedings 1966

JSAH Report

Box 5: Folder 4 Post-Conference Correspondence 1966

Subseries 3: MAS 1966

Box 5 to 10: Folder 5 Planning and Arrangements 1966
Box 5: Folder 11 to 12 Publication and Planning 1966
Box 5: Folder 13 to 14 Finances and Financing 1966
Box 5: Folder 15 Slide Lists 1966
Box 5: Folder 16 Mailings 1966
Box 5: Folder 17 to 18 Program 1966
Box 5: Folder 19 Signs and Posters 1966
Box 5: Folder 20 Exhibit 1966
Box 5: Folder 21 Opening Remarks 1966
Box 5: Folder 22 Individual Files [1 of 27] 1966

Stanford Anderson

Box 5: Folder 23 Individual Files [2 of 27] 1966

Reyner Banham

Box 5: Folder 24 Individual Files [3 of 27] 1966

Theodore M Brown

Box 5: Folder 25 Individual Files [4 of 27] 1966

Allen Brooks

Box 5: Folder 26 Individual Files [5 of 27] 1966

Robert Judson Clark

Box 5: Folder 27 Individual Files [6 of 27] 1966

George Collins

Box 5: Folder 28 Individual Files [7 of 27] 1966

Peter Collins

Box 5: Folder 29 Individual Files [8 of 27] 1966

Walter Creese

Box 5: Folder 30 Individual Files [9 of 27] 1966

Arthur Drexler

Box 5: Folder 31 Individual Files [10 of 27] 1966

Leonard Eaton

Box 5: Folder 32 Individual Files [11 of 27] 1966

Wolf von Eckardt

Box 5: Folder 33 Individual Files [12 of 27] 1966

Wilder Green

Box 5: Folder 34 Individual Files [13 of 27] 1966

Henry Russell Hitchcock

Box 5: Folder 35 Individual Files [14 of 27] 1966

Philip Johnson

Box 5: Folder 36 Individual Files [15 of 27] 1966

Edgar Kaufmann Jr.

Box 5: Folder 37 Individual Files [16 of 27] 1966

Henry Millon

Box 5: Folder 38 Individual Files [17 of 27] 1966

Adolf Placzek

Box 5: Folder 39 Individual Files [18 of 27] 1966

Colin Rowe

Box 5: Folder 40 Individual Files [19 of 27] 1966

Robert Rosenblum

Box 5: Folder 41 Individual Files [20 of 27] 1966

Eugene Santomasso

Box 5: Folder 42 Individual Files [21 of 27] 1966

Joseph Shelley

Box 5: Folder 43 Individual Files [22 of 27] 1966

Paul E Sprague

Box 5: Folder 44 Individual Files [23 of 27] 1966

Winston R Weisman

Box 5: Folder 45 Individual Files [24 of 27] 1966

Adolf Placzek

Box 5: Folder 46 Individual Files [25 of 27] 1966

Colin St. John Wilson

Box 5: Folder 47 Individual Files [26 of 27] 1966

William Wurster

Box 5: Folder 48 Individual Files [27 of 27] 1966

Bruno Zevi

Box 5: Folder 49 to 50 Proceedings 1966

George Collins Corrections

Box 5: Folder 51 to 52 Proceedings undated

Carbon Copy

Series III: Braziller Papers

Series III is comprised of five subseries: The first subseries includes proposals, draft pages, correspondence, and illustrations relating to the publication of Socialist Planning in the Cities of Eastern Europe. The second subseries includes correspondence, suggested chapters, author contracts, draft pages, and layout considerations relating to the writing and publication of Planning and Cities. The third subseries includes files on individual authors. The fourth subseries includes book proposals. The fifth subseries includes correspondences, reviews of publications and publicity for George Braziller, Inc.

Subseries 1: Socialist Planning in the Cities of Eastern Europe

Box 5: Folder 53 Proposals 1966-1972
Box 5: Folder 54 Correspondence 1968, 1978-1979
Box 5: Folder 55 Translation undated
Box 5: Folder 56 Introduction and Preface undated
Box 5: Folder 57 Draft Pages undated
Box 5: Folder 58 Illustrations undated
Box 5: Folder 59 General Papers undated

Subseries 2: Planning and Cities

Box 5: Folder 61 Correspondence 1966, 1970-1971

Jaqueline Tyrwhitt

Box 5: Folder 62 Correspondence 1966, 1968, 1971-1974
Box 5: Folder 63 Planning Prospectus 1966-1967
Box 6: Folder 64 Instructions to Authors 1966-1967
Box 6: Folder 1 Contracts 1966-1967, 1972-1973
Box 6: Folder 2 Promotion and Reviews 1967-1968, 1969-1970, 1973

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Box 6: Folder 3 Suggestions and Proposals for Chapters 1967
Box 6: Folder 4 Book Layout 1967-1968
Box 6: Folder 5 Preface 1968-1969
Box 6: Folder 6 Book Jacket and Design 1968-1969
Box 6: Folder 7 Draft Pages undated
Box 6: Folder 8 1980s Proposals 1981

Subseries 3: Individual Files

Box 6: Folder 9 Mircea Eliade 1966
Box 6: Folder 10 Norma Evenson 1969
Box 6: Folder 11 Francis L. Fergueson 1972
Box 6: Folder 12 Kurt Forster 1970-1973
Box 6: Folder 13 Josef Konvitz 1973-1977
Box 6: Folder 14 Ervin Y.Gakantay 1968-1974
Box 6: Folder 15 Thomas Hines 1972-1978
Box 6: Folder 16 Jonathan Lane 1974-1979
Box 6: Folder 17 Mark B. Lapping 1970-1972
Box 6: Folder 18 Henry Millon 1966-1969
Box 6: Folder 19 Erwin Walter Palm 1970-1973
Box 6: Folder 20 Robert Serge 1970-1982
Box 6: Folder 21 Arthur Sprague 1966-1967
Box 6: Folder 22 to 23 Paul Speiregen 1971-1972, undated
Box 6: Folder 24 to 27 Anthony Vidler 1970-1971, undated
Box 6: Folder 28 John Ward 1966-1975

Subseries 4: Book Proposals

Box 6: Folder 29 Published 1968-1976
Box 6: Folder 30 to 31 Rejects 1968-1976

Subseries 5: General Material

Box 6: Folder 32 Correspondence 1966-1985
Box 6: Folder 33 Reviews 1968-1972
Box 6: Folder 34 Publicity 1970-1985

Series IV: Columbia History of Architecture

Series IV is comprised of material relating to the publication of the Columbia History of Architecture. There are files containing suggested chapters and authors, preliminary instructions to selected authors, chapters regarding prehistoric, primitive, and Pre Columbian architecture, the architecture of Egypt and the Far East, the Architecture of Greater India and South East Asia, Roman Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Mannerism and Classicism, Baroque architecture, the architecture of the United States, and modern architecture. There is also correspondence between Collins and various authors as well as correspondence between Collins and the editors at George Braziller, Inc.

Box 6: Folder 35 Suggested Chapters and Authors undated
Box 6: Folder 36 Preliminary Instructions to Authors 1962
Box 6: Folder 37 Prehistoric, Primitive, and Pre Columbian Architecture undated
Box 6: Folder 38 Architecture of Egypt and the Far East undated
Box 6: Folder 39 Architecture of Greater India and South East Asia 1961
Box 6: Folder 40 Photographs undated

Burma and Cambodia

Box 6: Folder 41 Roman Architecture 1961
Box 6: Folder 42 Gothic Architecture 1961
Box 7: Folder 1 Mannerism and Classicism 1961
Box 7: Folder 2 Baroque Architecture 1961
Box 7: Folder 3 Architecture of the United States 1961
Box 7: Folder 4 Modern Architecture 1961
Box 7: Folder 5 Correspondence 1970, 1976

Correspondence with Peter Serenyi

Box 7: Folder 6 Correspondence 1961

Correspondence with William B. Dinsmoor

Box 7: Folder 7 General Correspondence 1956, 1960-1961, 1963-1965, undated
Box 7: Folder 8 Praeger INC. undated

Series V: Russian Papers

Series V is comprised of five subseries: The first subseries includes material relating to the publication of N.A. Miliutin's Sotsgorod: The Problem of building Socialist Cities. The text was translated from Russian to English by Arthur Sprague as part of his dissertation research. Collins, who served as Sprague's dissertation advisor, edited the translated text. There are files containing the edited manuscript, various drafts, and correspondence. The second subseries includes a selection of Arthur Sprague's graduate school work. There are files containing Sprague's master's essay, as well as various other writings on Soviet architecture. There is also correspondence between George Collins and Sprague, research notes, newspaper clippings. The third subseries includes copies of the papers delivered during the 1974 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies and Columbia University Russian Institute's Conference on "The Cultural Revolution in Russia, 1928-1933." The fourth subseries includes numerous papers authored by Frederick Starr, an American expert of Russian and Eurasain affairs. There are also images for Starr's book Melnikov Solo Architect in a Mass Society, and correspondence between Starr and Collins. The fifth subseries is comprised of general material including newspaper clippings, journal articles, and numerous writings about Soviet architecture and city planning.

Subseries 1: Sotsgorod: The Problems of Building Socialist Cities

Box 7: Folder 9 Base Notes undated
Box 7: Folder 10 Miscellaneous Notes undated
Box 7: Folder 11 Russian Text undated
Box 7: Folder 13 Text undated
Box 7: Folder 14 English Translation undated
Box 7: Folder 15 Introduction Drafts undated
Box 7: Folder 16 to 17 Edited Text [1 of 2] undated
Box 7: Folder 18 Edited Manuscript undated
Box 7: Folder 19 Edited Manuscript undated
Box 7: Folder 20 Edited Manuscript undated
Box 7: Folder 21 Edited Manuscript [1 of 2] undated
Box 7: Folder 22 Edited Manuscript [2 of 2] undated
Box 7: Folder 23 Edited Manuscript undated
Box 7: Folder 24 Corrections 1973
Box 7: Folder 25 Stalingrad: Linear City undated
Box 7: Folder 26 Early Book Layout undated
Box 7: Folder 27 Book Layout undated
Box 7: Folder 28 Book Jacket and Design undated
Box 7: Folder 29 Photoduplicating Services 1974
Box 7: Folder 30 Sotsgorod Photographs undated
Box 14: Folder 1 Page Layouts 1974
Box 14: Folder 2 Draft Pages 1974
Box 14: Folder 3 Index 1974
Box 7: Folder 31 Publicity 1974
Box 8: Folder 1 MIT Press 1975

Including reviews of the book

Box 8: Folder 2 General Material 1977-1980
Box 8: Folder 3 Correspondence [1 of 3] 1970-1975

Correspondence with MIT Press personnel including: Michael Connolly, Barbara Levy, and Ed Argo

Box 8: Folder 4 Correspondence [2 of 3] 1970-1978-1974, 197

Includes Correspondence with Katherine Burger Sprague, Frederick Starr, and Catherine Cook

Box 8: Folder 5 Correspondence [3 of 3] 1967-1975

General Correspondence

Subseries 2: Arthur Sprague

Box 8: Folder 6 "Nikolai Aleksandrovich Miliutin: Soviet Town Planner and Architect 1961
Box 8: Folder 7 "Kandinsky and Malevich" 1962
Box 8: Folder 8 "Kandinsky and Malevich" 1962

Graded

Box 8: Folder 9 "The Modern Movement in Architecture" 1964
Box 8: Folder 10 "Constructivism and Cosmopolitism in Soviet Architecture and Town Planning undated
Box 8: Folder 11 "Ivan Leonidov 1902-1960" undated
Box 8: Folder 12 "Constructivism In Soviet Architecture" undated
Box 8: Folder 13 "Iakov Chernikov: The Last Constructivist"

Graded

Box 8: Folder 14 Writings on Konstantin Melnikov undated

Some material in Russian

Box 8: Folder 15 "Sotsgorod and Linear Planning in the USSR" undated

Russian Text

Box 8: Folder 16 Marx Monument undated
Box 8: Folder 17 USSR Study Plan 1962
Box 8: Folder 18 Master's Essay undated
Box 8: Folder 19 Master's Essay Draft 1962
Box 8: Folder 20 Master's Essay Chapters and Appendices 1962
Box 8: Folder 21 Outline of Dissertation undated
Box 8: Folder 22 Sotsgorod Translation undated
Box 8: Folder 23 "The Problems of Building Socialist Cities" undated
Box 8: Folder 24 Brothers Vesnin Catalog 1964
Box 8: Folder 25 Photographs undated

Photographs of Ily Golosov's Architecture

Box 8: Folder 26 Application to the Inter-University Committee on Travel Grants undated
Box 8: Folder 27 Correspondence with George Collins 1961-1962, 1964-1968

Divided by date

Box 8: Folder 28 Correspondence regarding Sprague 1961, 1962, 1964,1967, 1975

Divided by author

Box 8: Folder 29 Marriage Announcement 1965
Box 8: Folder 30 "Art, Rubles, and Dollars" 1962
Box 8: Folder 31 Moisei Iakovlevich Ginzburg Research 1970
Box 8: Folder 32 "Mikhail Alexandrovich Vrubel: The Demon and the Prophet" undated
Box 8: Folder 33 Nikolai Aleksandrovich Miliutin Paper and Articles 1961
Box 8: Folder 34 "Constructivism and Academicism in Soviet Architecture" undated
Box 14: Folder 4 Research Notes undated
Box 14: Folder 5 "Voks and its Problems" undated
Box 14: Folder 6 Draft Pages undated
Box 8: Folder 35 "Nikolai Nikolaevich (1831-1894), Academic Painting in Russia in the Nineteenth Century" 1962
Box 14: Folder 7 Notes Notes
Box 14: Folder 8 "Soviet Architecture" undated
Box 14: Folder 9 "Sotsgorod and Linearism in the USSR (1928-1931) undated

Subseries 3: Conference Papers

Box 8: Folder 36 "Little Heroes and Big Deeds: Literature Responds to the First Five-Year Plan" 1974

By: Katerina Clark, Wesleyan University

Box 8: Folder 37 "The Soviet Metallurgical Industry 1929-1941" 1974

By: Samuel Lieberstein, Temple University

Box 8: Folder 38 "Pashukanis and the Withering Away of Law in the USSR 1974

By: Robert Sharlet, Union College

Box 8: Folder 39 "The Anti-Urban Utopias of Early Stalinist Russia" 1974

By: S. Frederick Starr, Princeton University

Box 8: Folder 40 "Educational Policy and Cultural Revolution: V.N. Shulgin and the 'Withering Away of the School'" 1974

By: Gail Warshofsky Lapidus, The Hoover Institution

Box 8: Folder 41 "The Psychoneutological Sciences and the Construction of Socialism" 1974

By: David Joravsky, Northwestern University

Box 8: Folder 42 "Cultural Revolution and the Creation of a New Technical Intelligentsia" 1974
Box 9: Folder 1 "Comments on David Joravasky's and Kendall Baile's Papers" 1974

By: Loren Graham, Columbia University

Box 9: Folder 2 "Soviet Historians During the First-Five-Year Plan" 1974

By. George M. Enteen

Box 9: Folder 3 "Class, State and Ideology in the Piatiletka" 1974

By: M. Lewin

Box 9: Folder 4 "Cultural Revolution as Class War" 1974

By: Sheila Fitzpatrick

Box 9: Folder 5 "Urbanization in Russia and the USSR: 1897-1966 1974

By: Robert A. Lewis and Richard H. Rowland, Columbia University

Box 9: Folder 6 Untitled 1974

By: Kendall E. Bailes, University of California at Irvine

Subseries 4: Frederick Starr

Box 9: Folder 7 "Architecture and Minor Arts" 1959
Box 9: Folder 8 "Architecture in the Soviet Union" 1963
Box 9: Folder 9 Some Observations on Russian Design 1966
Box 9: Folder 10 Konstantin Melnikov 1969
Box 9: Folder 11 "The Evolution of the Contemporary Idiom" undated
Box 9: Folder 12 "The Anti-Urban Utopias of Early Stalinist Russia" 1974
Box 9: Folder 13 "The Revival and Schism of Urban Planning in the Twentieth Century Russia" undated
Box 9: Folder 14 "The Union of Contemporary Architects" undated
Box 9: Folder 15 The Princeton Plan 1970
Box 9: Folder 16 "City Planning in Russia: The Development of Odessa, 1789-1892" 1974
Box 9: Folder 17 Correspondence 1968-1970, 1972-1974, 1978, undated
Box 9: Folder 18 Images for "Melnikov Solo Architect in a Mass Society" [1 of 2] undated
Box 9: Folder 19 Images for "Melnikov Solo Architect in a Mass Society" [2 of 2] undated
Box 9: Folder 20 General Material 1970, 1974

Subseries 5: General Material

Box 9: Folder 21 Soviet Architecture Articles 1972
Box 9: Folder 22 Soviet Art Articles and Reviews of Shows [1 of 2] 1961, 1968, 1970-1975, 1977, 1979-1980
Box 9: Folder 23 Soviet Art Articles and Reviews of Shows [2 of 2] undated
Box 9: Folder 24 Newspaper Clippings [1 of 4] 1965-1969
Box 9: Folder 25 Newspaper Clippings [2 of 4] 1970-1974
Box 9: Folder 26 Newspaper Clippings [3 of 4] 1975-1979
Box 9: Folder 27 Newspaper Clippings [4 of 4] 1980-1988, undated
Box 9: Folder 28 Journal Clippings 1975-1981
Box 14: Folder 10 Journal Clippings 1968
Box 14: Folder 11 Newspaper Clippings 1967, 1971, 1985
Box 14: Folder 12 Soviet Life 1974-1975
Box 14: Folder 13 New York Times Clippings 1967
Box 14: Folder 14 Articles About Soviet Architecture 1983
Box 9: Folder 29 Notes 1968, 1971, 1977-1978
Box 9: Folder 30 Correspondence 1961, 1963, 1968-1974, 1978, 1982

Includes correspondence with Anatole Senkevitch, Jr., Kitty Burger, Marshall D. Shulman, Hibbard.

Box 9: Folder 31 Nikolay Alexanrovich Miliutin undated
Box 9: Folder 32 "The Political Economy of Soviet New Towns," 1979

By T.J. Colton, University of Toronto

Box 9: Folder 33 "St. Petersburg" undated

By: Anatole Senkevitch, Jr.

Box 9: Folder 34 "Architecture in the Soviet Union" 1963
Box 9: Folder 35 "Concentric Circles: Russian History and Soviet Architecture" 1966

By: Karl A. Maier

Box 9: Folder 36 "The Arts in the Soviet Union" 1960
Box 14: Folder 15 Articles about Warsaw 1980-1983
Box 9: Folder 37 "Town Design: Theories of Planning Towns" 1965

Series VI: Other Projects

Series VI is comprised of material that Collins collected during the 1981 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects, which was held in Warsaw, Poland. There is a series of general correspondence divided alphabetically that date from the late 1950s to the early 1980s. There is a series of folders containing photocopies, correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, and exhibition material regarding Avery Library's collection of children's drawings of the Spanish Civil War. There is also a series of files relating to the Guastavino family including correspondence between Collins and Bob Guastavino, numerous articles, newspaper clippings, and writings. The final grouping of material in this series is comprised of notes written by Collins on various matters.

Box 9: Folder 38 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [1 of 10] 1980-1981, 1983

Correspondence

Box 10: Folder 39 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [2 of 10] 1981

Conference Material

Box 10: Folder 40 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [3 of 10] 1981

Conference Material

Box 10: Folder 1 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [4 of 10] 1981

Conference Material

Box 10: Folder 2 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [5 of 10] 1981

Conference Photographs

Box 10: Folder 3 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [6 of 10] 1979, 1981-1983, 1985

Newspaper clippings

Box 10: Folder 4 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [7 of 10] 1981

Poland tourism information

Box 10: Folder 5 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [8 of 10] 1981

Conference Material

Box 10: Folder 6 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [9 of 10] 1981

General Material

Box 10: Folder 7 XIV Congress of the International Union of Architects [10 of 10] 1980-1981

General Material

Box 10: Folder 8 Correspondence 'A'-'B' 1961-1984

Includes correspondence with Pierre Bourdelle, and Reyner Banaham (see also Box 5, Folder 23)

Box 10: Folder 9 Correspondence 'C' 1959-1982

Includes correspondence with Peter Collins (see also Box 3 Folder 39, Box 4 Folder 19, Box 5 Folder 29)

Box 10: Folder 10 Correspondence 'D'-'H' 1959-1984
Box 10: Folder 11 Correspondence 'K' 1958-1986

Includes correspondence with Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. (see also Box 5, Folder 36; Box 4, Folder 32; Box 3, Folder 43)

Box 10: Folder 12 Correspondence 'L' 1967-1982
Box 10: Folder 13 Correspondence 'M' 1962-1983
Box 10: Folder 14 Correspondence 'P' 1962-1980
Box 10: Folder 15 Correspondence 'R' 1977-1984
Box 10: Folder 16 Correspondence 'S' 1962-1983
Box 10: Folder 17 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [1 of 14] undated

Avery's collection of Children's Drawing of the Civil War, including photocopies of selected drawings.

Box 10: Folder 18 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [2 of 14] undated

Photocopies of children's' drawing.

Box 10: Folder 19 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [3 of 14] 1977-1985

Correspondence regarding Museo del Prado's exhibition of children's drawing of the Spanish Civil War.

Box 11: Folder 1 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [4 of 14] 1984-1986

Correspondence regarding the Spanish Institute's 1986 exhibition of the Children's Drawing of the Spanish Civil War.

Box 11: Folder 2 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [5 of 14] 1986

Exhibition material and material from galas held at the Spanish Institute

Box 11: Folder 3 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [6 of 14] undated

The Spanish Institute's invitation mailing list.

Box 11: Folder 4 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [7 of 14] 1986

Collins' essay for the Spanish Institute's 1986 exhibition of the Children's Drawings from the Spanish Civil War.

Box 11: Folder 5 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [8 of 14] 1986

Reviews of the 1986 Spanish Institute's exhibit of Spanish Drawings of the Spanish Civil War

Box 11: Folder 6 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [9 of 14] 198-1985

Material regarding the Abraham Lincoln Brigade

Box 11: Folder 7 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [10 of 14] 1938-39 1981-1987

Newspaper articles on the Spanish Civil War, Newspaper articles on the political history of Spain

Box 11: Folder 8 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [11 of 14] 1937-39 1954 1978

Journal and magazine articles

Box 11: Folder 9 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [12 of 14] undated

Miscellaneous notes.

Box 11: Folder 10 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [13 of 14] undated

Material regarding Luis Quintanilla

Box 11: Folder 11 Children's Drawings of the Spanish Civil War [14 of 14] 1986

Other material.

Box 11: Folder 12 Guastavino Family Files [1 of 18] 1962-1970

Correspondence between George R. Collins and Bob Guastavino and others.

Box 11: Folder 13 Guastavino Family Files [2 of 18] 1971-1979

Correspondence between George R. Collins and Bob Guastavino and others.

Box 11: Folder 14 Guastavino Family Files [3 of 18] 1864-1931

Books and Articles by William E. Blodgett also obituaries

Box 11: Folder 15 Guastavino Family Files [4 of 18] undated

Negatives of the Rafael Guastavino Jr. House

Box 11: Folder 16 Guastavino Family Files [5 of 18] undated

"The Guastavino Family" by: Rafael Guastavino IV

Box 11: Folder 17 Guastavino Family Files [6 of 18] 1976

Edited manuscript of "The Guastavino Family"

Box 11: Folder 18 Guastavino Family Files [7 of 18] 1980-1981
Box 11: Folder 19 Guastavino Family Files [8 of 18] 1977, 1981

Correspondence with Luis Moya [Madrid] regarding Guastavino Album

Box 11: Folder 20 Guastavino Family Files [9 of 18] 1978

Theodore HM Prudon "Architectural Terra Cotta: Analyzing the Deterioration Problems & Restoration Approaches.

Box 11: Folder 21 Guastavino Family Files [10 of 18] 1975-1976 1978 1988

Newspaper clippings

Box 11: Folder 22 Guastavino Family Files [11 of 18] undated

Article titled "Sr. D.R. Guastavino" in Spanish

Box 11: Folder 23 Guastavino Family Files [12 of 18] 1964

Article titled "A Name in Tiles: The Architect Guastavino"

Box 11: Folder 24 Guastavino Family Files [13 of 18] 1927

Article titles "A Large Dome Built Without Centering"

Box 11: Folder 25 Guastavino Family Files [14 of 18] 1953

Squib from Valencia newspaper

Box 11: Folder 26 Guastavino Family Files [15 of 18] 1929

Untitled article on Guastavino construction technology

Box 11: Folder 27 Guastavino Family Files [16 of 18] 1893, 1906, 1910, 1931, 1962, 1975, 1988, 1990

Photocopied articles

Box 11: Folder 28 Guastavino Family Files [17 of 18] undated

Miscellaneous notes.

Box 14: Folder 16 Guastavino Family Files [18 of 18] 1838, 1873, 1889-1890, 1895. 1897-98 1903-04

Photocopied articles

Box 11: Folder 29 Notes [1 of 3] undated
Box 11: Folder 30 Notes [2 of 3] undated
Box 11: Folder 31 Notes [3 of 3] undated

Series VII: Visual Material

Series VII includes photographs taken during the 1962, 1964, and 1966 Modern Architecture Symposium, photographs of Soviet Architecture, photographs taken during an architecture studio review, and photographs of the Frank Lloyd Wright Humanities Exhibit. There are also numerous slides of Russian architecture as well as a series contact sheets and negatives.

Box 11: Folder 32 Modern Architecture Symposium Photographs [1 of 3] undated
Box 11: Folder 33 Modern Architecture Symposium Photographs [2 of 3] undated
Box 12: Folder 1 Modern Architecture Symposium Photographs [3 of 3] undated
Box 11: Folder 2 Soviet Architecture Photographs [1 of 7] undated
Box 11: Folder 3 Soviet Architecture Photographs [2 of 7] undated
Box 11: Folder 4 Soviet Architecture Photographs [3 of 7] undated
Box 11: Folder 5 Soviet Architecture Photographs [4 of 7] undated
Box 11: Folder 6 Soviet Architecture Photographs [5 of 7] undated
Box 12: Folder 7 Soviet Architecture Photographs [6 of 7] undated
Box 12: Folder 8 Soviet Architecture Photographs [7 of 7] undated
Box 12: Folder 9 Architecture Studio Photographs undated
Box 12: Folder 10 Frank Lloyd Wright Humanities Exhibit undated
Box 12: Folder 11 Designs for Beauty and Use 1961-1968
Box 12: Folder 12 Hybrid Buildings undated
Box 12: Folder 13 Russian Slides [1 of 4] 1967

121 slides.

Box 12: Folder 14 Russian Slides [2 of 4] 1985

131 slides.

Box 12: Folder 15 Russian Slides [3 of 4] undated

88 slides.

Box 12: Folder 16 Russian Slides [4 of 4] undated

32 slides.

Box 12: Folder 17 Russian Slides [1 of 2] undated

120 slides.

Box 12: Folder 18 Russian Slides [2 of 2] undated

127 slides.

Box 12: Folder 19 Contact Sheets undated
Box 12: Folder 20 Modern Architecture Symposium 1964

Negatives

Box 12: Folder 21 Negatives undated

294 negative sheets

Box 12: Folder 22 Negatives undated

163 negative sheets

Box 12: Folder 23 Negatives undated

Modern Architecture Symposium

Series VIII: Audio Material

Series VIII is comprised of eight tape reels that contain the audio recording of the 1966 Modern Architecture Symposium.

Box 12: Folder 24 Modern Architecture Symposium, 2 open reel audiotapes 1966 May 14
Access digital content: Modern Architecture Symposium

Two tape reels

Box 13: Folder 1 Modern Architecture Symposium 1966
Access digital content: Modern Architecture Symposium

Two tape reels

Box 13: Folder 2 Modern Architecture Symposium 1966
Access digital content: Modern Architecture Symposium

Two tape reels

Box 13: Folder 3 Modern Architecture Symposium 1966
Access digital content: Modern Architecture Symposium

Two tape reels