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Oscar Newman papers, 1959-1998

Summary Information

Abstract

Oscar Newman (1935-2004) was an architect, planner, and theorist. Newman was best known for his theories on crime prevention and residential design, which he introduced in his book Defensible Space. This collection contains the majority of Newman's projects and writings spanning from the early 1960s to the late 1990s. It consists of textual materials in the form of correspondence, notes, written and typed drafts, and publications; accompanied by prints, negatives, slides, drawings, and audio/visual material.

At a Glance

Bib ID 12473221 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Newman, Oscar
Title Oscar Newman papers, 1959-1998
Physical Description 19 document boxes; 1 manuscript box; 5 print boxes; 15 folders ((flat-file))
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.

Unique time-based media items have been reformatted and are available onsite via links in the container list. Commercial materials are not routinely digitized.

Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is made up of 15 series: Series I: Defensible Space, Series II: Community of Interest, Series III: Integration = Intervention, Series IV: Yonkers, Series V: Projects, Series VI: Drawings, Series VII: Slides, Series VIII: A/V Material, Series IX: Film & TV, Series X: Publications, Series XI: Conferences, Series XII: Professional Papers, Series XIII: Faculty Papers, Series XIV: Research Material, and Series XV: Personal Papers.

Description

Scope and Content

This collection is primarily textual, comprising research and theory in the form of correspondence, notes, written and typed drafts, and publications. These textual materials are accompanied by prints, negatives, slides, drawings, and audio/visual material.

The first two series are dedicated to Newman's two major publications: Defensible Space and Community of Interest. Series III & IV are dedicated to two projects that represent a substantial amount of material, which Newman worked on for years: Integration = Intervention, which follows the Starrett City court case on housing integration, and Yonkers, where Newman implemented a Federal Housing Remedy Order in the Yonkers Housing Discrimination Case. Other projects are separated into the fifth series, which stretches from Newman's work in the 1960s to 1990s. Slides, A/V Material, and Drawings not associated with a specific project are separated out into their own series respectively. Newman's' writings, work related to film and television, and conference materials comprise Series IX-XI. His professional papers, faculty papers, and personal papers also each compose their own series. Series XIV: Research Material contains data, imagery, and reference material collected by Newman.

[Note: Newman's work is not separated between the Institute for Community Design Analysis and his firm Oscar Newman & Associates, as the separation of work and responsibilities between the two entities is undefined.]

Series I: Defensible Space

This series contains materials relating to the research, writing, publication, & reception of Defensible Space (1972). This includes research material, drafts, guidelines, presentations, negatives, diagrams, Newman's contract with MacMillan, requests for copies of the book, articles & reviews (arranged chronologically) and "The Defensible Space Game." This series also includes a copy of both the United States and United Kingdom editions of the book.

Series II: Community of Interest

This series is primarily made up of Newman's drafts and edits of his book Community of Interest (1980). It also includes prints of housing types, Newman's contract with Doubleday Publication, reviews of the book, and a copy of the book.

Series III: Starrett City: Integration = Intervention

This series encompasses Newman's involvement with the Starrett City court case of the 1980s, and his subsequent writings on the subject. It includes Newman and the ICDA's research, data, and analysis, on New York City public housing, especially Starrett City and Lefrak City, as related to racial integration. It includes negatives & prints, correspondence, interviews, court documents such as depositions and Newman's expert testimony, press clippings, reference material, lectures, and essays. It also includes notes and drafts for the publication Integration = Intervention: The Use of Occupancy Controls at Starrett City, New York (1983), and one bound copy of the publication.

Series IV: Yonkers

This series contains materials related to the federal case on segregation in Yonker's public housing in the late 1980s-early 1990s. Newman served as the Court Appointed Outside Housing Advisor on the case, and planned new housing ordered by the court, also preparing the "Long Term Housing Plan for the City of Yonkers" (which is included in this series). Materials in this series include: correspondence, journals, press clippings, court documents, reference material, negatives & prints, site plans and floor plans. Also included are Newman's work advising on candidates for the Executive Director of the City of Yonkers Office of Housing Implementation and Fair Housing, and information regarding Newman's departure from the case in 1994.

Series V: Projects

This series contains materials for Newman's projects from the early 1960s to 1990s. The projects are research, architectural, or planning based. Many of Newman's projects resulted in or included a publication; publications included in this collection are noted. Materials are arranged chronologically by project. See description of projects below*.

Series VI: Drawings

This series is arranged according to size. Box 19 includes "Immediate Measures Drawings" and unidentified diagrams, plans, and illustrations. Figures and illustrations used in Community of Interest, are housed in Box 21 & 22, arranged by chapter, and also include unidentified illustrations related to those used in Community of Interest [Newman used many of these illustrations in other publications].

Boxes 26 & 27 house drawings over 11" x 17". These include illustrations for publications, storyboarding/page layouts, drawings of security & hardware elements, campus diagrams, site drawings for Great Neck, NY, and drawings for the Landmark on Main Street in Port Washington, NY. Also included are illustrations for Newman's novel Unmasking a King.

Drawings over 17" x 21" are housed in flat-file drawer. These consist of an unidentified project from the firm of Van Den Broek & Bakema, the Huigenbos Improvement Project, drawings by T. Ikari?, "R&M" Site Plans, a perspective drawing of Douglas Boulevard in Chicago, drawings of play equipment designs, drawings of a prototypical city block, a floor plan for "Tequesta Creek", floor plans for the offices of Oscar Newman, and unidentified drawings.

Series VII: Slides

This series contains Newman's slide library, and has been maintained in Newman's original groupings and ordering. It includes images of project sites, drawings, & models; images from Newman's travels; and reference images of architectural and planning precedents.

Series VIII: A/V Material

The VHS tapes include news stories and programs related to Newman's Defensible Space concept, the Yonkers case, and the Starrett City case on integration. The microcassettes and cassettes include information and interviews related to the Starrett City case, Lefrak City, and the Chicago Housing Authority. The floppy discs include office information, information on Starrett City, Yonkers, TV Scripts, and contracts. The CD's consist of software. The 16mm reels are copies of the 1974 Horizon Documentary featuring Newman: The Writing on the Wall [video can be found on YouTube], and the film No Place to Rest His Head.

Series VIX: Film & TV

This series contains materials regarding Newman's work in television and film, including correspondence, outlines, notes, proposals, scripts/screenplays, and posters; arranged chronologically.

Series X: Publications

This series contains articles, lectures, book reviews, and proposals for books & studies written by Newman, including notes and correspondence regarding publication. It is arranged chronologically.

Series XI: Conferences

This series contains materials from conferences Newman attended or was requested to attend. The material includes correspondence, agendas/programs, transcripts, notes, and Newman's writings to be presented. It is arranged chronologically by conference.

Series XII: Professional Papers

This series contains materials related to the offices of Oscar Newman & Associates and the Institute for Community Design Analysis (ICDA), formerly known as the Center for Residential Security Design (CRSD). It includes correspondence, examples of Oscar Newman & Associates' work, Resumes/CVs, professional membership information, copyright information, manuals, weekly planners, and press clippings regarding Newman (arranged chronologically). It also includes the Institute for Community Design Analysis' contracts, tax files, financial reports, charter bylaws, as well as information regarding the ICDA's name change and its right to practice architecture.

Series XIII: Faculty Papers

This series includes materials from Newman's time teaching at Nova Scotia Technical College in Halifax (now Dalhousie University), Washington University in St. Louis, Columbia University in New York, and New York University. It includes slides for Newman's Urban Theory courses, correspondence, syllabi, course notes, course readings, lectures, and student papers.

Series XIV: Research Material

This series includes materials regarding cities and planning; architectural precedents; crime statistics; data, statistics, and photographs of housing projects; and prints and negatives from Newman's travels including trips to Europe and Puerto Rico. The materials in this series comprise research done by Newman and reference materials by other authors.

Series XV: Personal Papers

This series contains personal correspondence, photos & negatives, Newman's short stories, information regarding his non-architectural publications (Unmasking a King and Secret Stories in the Art of the Northwest Indian), and material regarding his totem carving and painting.

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*Projects represented in Series V: Projects

+ New Frontiers in Architecture or CIAM '59 in Otterlo (1961): Newman wrote this book on the proceedings at CIAM 1959 at the request of Jacob B. Bakema and was meant to be the first in a series; the forward is by Jurgen Joedicke. Materials include images of CIAM, Newman's publishing contract & correspondence, and reviews of the book. [The publication can be found in Avery Library].

+ Cooper's Point Project, or Plan for the Redevelopment of a Waterfront Community in Camden, NJ (1962): Newman undertook this planning project with Thomas Vreeland, and the project was honored by Progressive Architecture and the Architectural League of New York. Materials consist of the project proposal, correspondence, prints of model images & illustrations, negatives, and award programs.

+ Newman's work in Canada in the early 1960s, includes his design for a museum at McGill University, his Plan for a New Courthouse Complex for Montreal, Canada (1963), and his Plan for the Cite Etudiante Hull, Quebec, Canada (1964). These materials consist of drawings and proposals.

+ While at Washington University in St. Louis, Newman undertook research on campus designs, shopping centers, and new towns, which is included in this series. Also included are the drawings and figures for his design project University City Delmar, and his report "Rehabilitation of Union Market" (1966).

+ Park Mall: Lawndale (1968): This publication outlined a planning strategy for the Park Mall and Lawndale areas in Chicago; it provides design directives and implementation strategies. Newman's research diagrams, illustrations, and a review of the study are included, along with a copy of the publication.

+ Newman's work as an associate at the firm of Raymond & May Associates [Raymond, May, Parish & Pine/ Raymond, Parish, Pine & Weiner/Parish & Weiner, Inc.] on plans and reports in the late 1960s is included in this series. This material includes: "Bethesda Metro Center Master Plan," "Subdivision Plan for Buffalo, New York," "Housing in Fulton Park Model Cities Area: Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York," and "Connecticut Capitol Center Interim Report Draft."

+ Newman undertook several projects in the New York City area focusing on security and crime in the early 1970s. Materials on this subject consist of reports and architectural/planning projects, notably, "Defensible Space Modifications to Eight Jersey City Housing Projects," and Modifications to Public Housing in New York, NY. This material includes notes, correspondence, and copies of drawings.

+ "The Privatization of Streets in St. Louis: its effect on crime and community stability" (1974): was prepared for the National Science Foundation, outlining the effects of implementing Newman's defensible space strategies by closing off and privatizing residential streets in St. Louis, MO. Materials consist of correspondence, a proposal, and the report.

+ "A Model Security Code for Residential Areas" (1974): was prepared for the Ford Foundation by Oscar Newman and Stephen Johnston at The Center for Residential Security Design [includes copy of report].

+ Design Guidelines for Creating Defensible Space (1975): was written by Newman for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA). Materials consist of drafts of the book and a copy of the publication.

+ Modifications to Public Housing in Indianapolis, IN (1974-5): Materials for this project include floor plans and perspectives of public housing and the report "The Crime and Vandalism Problems in Two Indianapolis Public Housing Projects (Raymond Villa and Hawthorne Place) and Recommendations for Remedial Action: Review of the Plans for a Proposed New Housing Project: (Lockefield Gardens)."

+ Housing Designs in Newark, NJ (1970s): These materials consist of floor plans, site plans, and axonometrics of row housing, family housing, and elderly housing proposals.

+ Modifications to Public Housing in Oklahoma City, OK (1976-78): Robert S. Kerr Village; materials consist of photos, perspective drawings, and an axonometric drawing of the site.

+ "Greenwood Gardens Martha Manor Redevelopment Study" (1976): a report for the Seattle Housing Authority; a draft is included along with the report.

+ Modifications to Public Housing in Columbus, OH (1976-82): for the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority; materials include correspondence and reports, photos and negatives, and perspective drawings regarding Windsor Terrace, Sawyer Manor, Sawyer Towers, and Trevitt Heights.

+ "New York State Program to Reduce Crime in Communities of the Elderly" (1979): materials consist of a partial draft and photographs of Seward Park & South Mall Towers, in addition to the final report of Stage 1.

+ Factors Influencing Crime and Instability in Urban Housing Developments (1980): materials consist of correspondence, the executive summary, and a copy of the work.

+ "Housing Design and Children's Anti-Social Behavior" (1981): this study was undertaken by Newman with Karen A. Franck; materials include correspondence, drafts, interview schedules, a concept paper, proposal, and grant applications.

+ Crime Prevention (1982): this material consists of "A Review of the Use of Hardware, Software, Personnel, Physical Design, and Locational Factors in Producing Secure Commercial Areas in High Risk Neighborhoods," as well as a juris search, drafts, notes, reference material, and microfiche. The reports "Independent Management Review and Technical Assistance for Large, Troubled PHA's" and "North Shore Fair Housing Center" are grouped with this material.

+ Safe Neighborhood Redevelopment Plan for District 7, City of Plantation, Florida (1989): Materials consist of reports, negatives, illustrations, data, and site maps.

+ Law in Peru (c. 1980s-90s): consists of three reports and reference map collection.

+ Chicago Housing Authority (primarily 1980s): Newman's work analyzing and reorganizing the CHA; materials include news clippings, negatives, contact sheets, drafts, reports, data, correspondence, notes, reference material, and Newman's contract.

+ New York City Homeless Shelters (1990s): Newman undertook studies on shelters such as the Franklin Avenue Armory, and the Keener Building; materials include negatives & prints, notes, calculations, research, press clippings, court case documents.

+ Dayton, OH (1990s): Materials consist of "Improving the Viability of Two Dayton Communities: Five Oaks & Dunbar Manor," 4 additional reports, correspondence, notes, research material, prints, and press clippings.

+ Newman's work in the 1990's includes projects in Dallas, TX; Flint, MI; Aurora, CO; and Richmond, CA; materials associated with these projects include correspondence, court documents, research materials, and reports.

+ Creating Defensible Space (1996): materials include Newman's original manuscript, publishing information, graphics for the book (used and unused), and a copy of the publication.

+ Undated projects include "The Improvement and Stabilisation of the Bijlmermeer: A Research and Implementation Strategy," an outdoor theatre in Harlem, Washington State Prison Facilities, and a possible design for the World Health Organization (WHO) campus.

Publication Date

1959-1998

Using the Collection

Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Restrictions on Access

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Unique time-based media items have been reformatted and are available onsite via links in the container list. Commercial materials are not routinely digitized.

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Preferred Citation

Oscar Newman papers, 1959-1998, Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Source of acquisition--Kopper Newman. Method of acquisition--Donated;; Date of acquisition--2016. Accession number--2016.011.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

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Processing Information

This collection was processed by Sara McGillivray (Graduate Intern) in 2017.

Revision Description

2017-04-20 File created.

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

2020-08-06 Links added to digitized content. kws

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Community development, Urban -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Crime prevention and architectural design -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Dwellings -- Security measures -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Housing -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Public housing -- Resident satisfaction -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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History / Biographical Note

History

Oscar Newman was born in 1935 in Montréal, Canada. He graduated from a 6-year program in Architecture and City Planning from McGill University, Montreal in 1959. At the time of his studies, he worked at the architecture firms of Affleck, Desbarats, Michaud, Dimakopolous, Lebensold & Sise Architects (ARCOP) and Van Ginkel Associates; he also worked as an illustrator and photographer for Canadian Architect.

After graduation, he undertook post graduate studies in Europe. In 1960, while abroad, he took a job at Van den Broek and Bakema, Architects in Rotterdam, during which time he also worked on his first book, CIAM '59 in Otterlo (New Frontiers in Architecture), at the behest of Bakema.

Newman married Irene (Kopper) Koning in the early 1960s, and the couple had three children: Paul, Jon, and Hinde.

Newman returned to Canada in 1961 and began working for Martin and Prus, Architects. He was involved in setting up the new school of architecture at Nova Scotia Technical College in Halifax [now Dalhousie University], and taught there as an Assistant Professor of Architecture from 1961 to 1963. During this time he worked with Thomas Vreeland on a redevelopment plan for Cooper's Point, Camden, NJ; which received an award from Progressive Architecture.

In 1963, Newman founded Oscar Newman and Associates, Architects and City Planners. He also left Nova Scotia Technical College to teach at the École de Beaux Arts, Universite de Montreal, where he taught Architectural Studio and Theory of Design as an Associate Professor of Architecture from 1963-4. During this time, he developed a design for a New Courthouse Complex for Montreal, refiguring the existing complex, as an alternative to proposed replacement. He also developed the plan for the Cite Etudiante Hull, Quebec, a 10,000 student live-in high school campus.

Newman moved to St. Louis, Missouri to teach at Washington University from 1964-1968, as an Associate Professor of Architecture at the Graduate Program School of Architecture. While there, he developed curriculum for the school's new Graduate Program in Urban Design, and functioned as the Director of the new Urban Renewal Design Center. His time in St. Louis would feature in his later work as he developed a strategy of closing residential streets to through traffic in order create smaller neighborhood zones that would foster a sense of community; his work culminated in the report "The Privatization of Streets in St. Louis: its effect on crime and community stability" (1974).

Newman went on to teach at the Columbia University Graduate Program School of Architecture & Planning [now the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation] as an Associate Professor from 1968-1970. During this time, he also worked as an associate at Raymond & May Associates [later known as Raymond, May, Parish & Pine], producing planning projects. Newman continued his teaching career as an Associate Professor of City Planning at the Graduate Program School of Public Administration at New York University (NYU) from 1970-1973, where he also served as the Director of the Institute of Planning and Housing.

Newman's work at this time centered on architectural and planning techniques to prevent crime and instill security, especially amongst public housing projects. Through his firm, Oscar Newman & Associates, he worked on modifying existing public housing projects according to his theories, which would become famous after the publication of his 1972 book Defensible Space.

In 1972, Newman founded the Center for Residential Security Design (CRSD), which was later renamed the Institute for Community Design Analysis (ICDA). He also was naturalized as an American citizen.

Following the success of Defensible Space, Newman worked with numerous communities and housing authorities to implement his theories. He and the ICDA undertook research, preparing reports and publications for public agencies like the U.S. department of Housing & Urban Design, and for private organizations such as the Ford Foundation. He also travelled extensively, giving lectures and participating in conferences.

In 1980, Newman release his second most well-known work, Community of Interest, expanding on the ideas introduced in Defensible Space. Newman continued to work with government agencies, in 1982 presenting his proposal to reorganize the Chicago Housing Authority. His research expanded into policy and law, and during the 1980s he became ingrained in the case of the United States v. Starrett City Associates, concerning racial integration in housing. Newman testified as an expert witness and became a public face for the case, participating in interviews and debates on the subject, most notably a televised debate with urbanologist Paul Davidoff. His work on the case resulted in the publication Integration = Intervention: The Use of Occupancy Controls at Starrett City, New York (1983).

Newman subsequently became involved in another Federal case in the late 1980s-early 1990s. He served as the Court Appointed Outside Housing Advisor in the United States v. Yonkers, regarding segregation in the city's public housing. When the court issued a Federal Housing Remedy Order, Newman was put in charge of planning and directing the construction of several hundred units of scattered-site public housing.

Newman moved away from architecture and planning in the mid-1990s, using his retirement to focus on his love of Native American art through woodworking and painting. He explored Native American mythology, publishing a collection of myths and images of his totem poles in the book Secret Stories in the Art of the Northwest Indian. Newman passed away in April of 2004 at the age of 68.

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Series I: Defensible Space



Box 1 Defensible Space, undated

CD-ROM



Box 1 Defensible Space Color Slides, undated

Color Slides CD-ROM



Box 1 Defensible Space, Crime Prevention Through Urban Design , 1972

Macmillan, New York : 264 pp.



Box 1 Defensible Space: People & Design in the Violent City , 1973

Architectural Press, London : 264 pp.



Box 1 Folder 1 Research Material, 1973, 1977

Includes correspondence, congressional records and bills



Box 1 Folder 2 Defensible Space Hypothesis, ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 3 Drafts: Preface, ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 4 Drafts: Introduction, ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 5 Drafts: Chapter 1, ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 6 Drafts: Chapter 2, ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 7 Drafts: Chapter 3, ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 8 Drafts: Chapter 4, ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 9 Drafts: Chapter 6, ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 10 Drafts: Chapter 7, ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 11 to 12 Unidentified drafts [2 folders], ca.1960-72



Box 1 Folder 13 MacMillan Contract, 1972, 1992-3

Includes contract and correspondence



Box 1 Folder 14 Negatives of Plans and Photos, undated



Box 1 Folder 15 Diagrams, undated



Box 1 Folder 16 "Description of Defensible Space", undated



Box 1 Folder 17 The Defensible Space Game, undated



Box 1 Folder 18 Defensible Space Guidelines, undated

Comments from Roberta R. Spohn of the City of New York Department for the Aging



Box 1 Folder 19 Presentation for AIP Conference, 1972

Defensible Space: Crime Prevention Through Urban Design



Box 1 Folder 20 New York Times, 1970-4

Includes correspondence



Box 1 Progressive Architecture, 1972 Oct



Box 1 Folder 21 Time Magazine, 1972 Nov 27, 1972

Includes correspondence



Box 1 Fortune, 1973 Jan



Box 1 Folder 22 Intellectual Digest, 1973 Mar, 1972-3

Includes correspondence with Sidney Offit



Box 1 Folder 23 HUD Challenge, 1973 Sep

[3 copies]



Box 1 Architectural Design, 1973 Oct

Pawley, Martin. "Housing Problem UK Ltd "



Box 1 Crime Prevention Review, 1973 Oct



Box 1 Folder 24 EKISTECS, 1973 Nov, 1973-5

Includes correspondence regarding publishing and reprinting



Box 1 Folder 25 RIBA Journal, 1973 Nov, 1974-6

Includes correspondence and ON's response to book review



Box 1 Folder 26 The Listener, 1974 Mar 7



Box 1 Folder 27 Article for the Smithsonian, 1974

Response to some of the Reactions to the Defensible Space Study



Box 1 Folder 28 International Journal of Mental Health, 1975-6

Correspondence only



Box 1 Folder 29 Understanding Crime: Current Theory and Research, 1981

Taylor, Gottfredson, & Brower. "The Defensibility of Defensible Space," Understanding Crime: Current Theory and Research (London: Sage Publications).



Box 1 Folder 30 Urban Affairs Quarterly, 1981

Merry, Sally. "Defensible Space Undefended," Urban Affairs Quarterly, Vol. 16 No.4



Box 1 Folder 31 Article for New Society, undated

"Response to Criticisms of the Defensible Space Study and Some Further Findings"



Box 1 Burdeshaw, Jean R. "Evaluation Report on the Seminar on Humanities Issues in Defensible Space", 1979 Nov 15



Box 1 Folder 32 Requests for Copies, 1972-7



Box 1 Folder 33 Reviews & Articles, 1970-6

Arranged chronologically

Series II: Community of Interest



Box 2 Folder 1 Notes, ca. 1977-8



Box 2 Folder 2 to 3 Early Draft [2 folders], undated

"read by Bill Strachan"



Box 2 Folder 4 Typed Draft, 1977

For Bill Strachan



Box 2 Folder 5 Typed Draft [1 of 3], ca. 1977

Separated by chapter [folder titles do not relate to contents]



Box 2 Folder 6 Typed Draft [2 of 3], ca. 1977



Box 2 Folder 7 Typed Draft [3 of 3], ca. 1977

Separated by chapter; includes notes



Box 2 Folder 8 to 9 Typed Draft [2 folders], ca. 1978



Box 3 Folder 1 to 9 Rough Drafts and Edits [9 folders], ca. 1975-80



Box 3 Folder 10 Prints of Housing Types and Streets, undated

Prints of exterior & interior photographs



Box 3 Folder 11 Doubleday Publication, 1975-84

Includes contract, correspondence, and royalty statements



Box 3 Folder 12 "Community of Interest (Design for Community Control)", 1974



Box 3 Folder 13 Human Nature, 1979 Jan

Includes draft and correspondence



Box 3 Social Science and Modern Society, 1980 Nov/Dec



Box 3 Folder 14 Reviews and Comments, 1979-81

Includes correspondence and rebuttals



Box 3 Community of Interest, 356 pp., Doubleday, New York., 1980

Series III: Starrett City: Integration = Intervention



Box 4 Folder 1 Negatives & Prints, undated



Box 4 Folder 2 Contacts, undated



Box 4 Folder 3 Correspondence, ca. 1980-86

Includes correspondence re: slide presentation in 1981; Arthur v. Starrett City case & reactions to ON's report; publishing; billing



Box 4 Folder 4 Conversations, 1983-5

With Martin Gallant re: Lefrak City; with Jim Sleeper re: Jim Morley's article; with Mike Sussman; with Rosemary Caviness of the Clarksville Housing Authority; with William North of the Nat'l Association of Realtors.



Box 4 Folder 5 Correspondence between HUD and National Association of Realtors, 1985

John Knapp and William North; includes news clippings



Box 4 Folder 6 Barbara Heyns, ca. 1984

Includes correspondence with Noel Dunivant; Heyns' CV



Box 4 Heyns, Barbara. "Summer Learning and the Effects of Schooling", 1983



Box 4 "Deposition of Barbara Heyns", 1984 Jan 20



Box 4 Folder 7 Paul Davidoff, 1982-4

Davidoff's Testimony, ON's responses, Debate, notes on the death of Davidoff



Box 4 Folder 8 Interviews [1 of 2], ca. 1983

Background on interviewees, method of interviewing, chronology of tapes, "not immediately relevant interviews," Myron Holts, Beverly Brouseaux?, Jerome Belson



Box 4 Folder 9 Interviews [2 of 2], ca. 1983

Xeroxed transcripts of interviews, notes



Box 4 Folder 10 Expert Testimony by Oscar Newman - Partial Draft, 1983 Apr



Box 4 Folder 11 Expert Testimony by Oscar Newman - Draft, 1983 Aug



Box 4 Integration = Intervention: The Use of Occupancy Controls at Starrett City, Oscar Newman, Expert Testimony in the Case of Arthur, et al. vs. Starrett City Associates, et al., 1983 Aug

[bound copy]



Box 4 Folder 12 Executive Summary of Expert Testimony by Oscar Newman, 1983

Arthur, et al. vs. Starrett City Associates, et al.



Box 4 Folder 13 Affidavit, Oscar Newman, 1983 Oct

Arthur, et al. vs. Starrett City Associates, et al.



Box 4 Deposition of Oscar Newman, 1983 Nov 11

Arthur, et al. vs. Starrett City Associates, et al.



Box 4 Folder 14 Expert Testimony by Oscar Newman, 1984 Feb

"A Comparison of Crime in Starrett City with Other Housing Developments"



Box 4 Folder 15 Proposed Table of Contents, 1984

[2 drafts]



Box 4 Folder 16 to 17 "Fair Housing: The Conflict Between Integration and Nondiscrimination" [2 folders], 1985 Nov 12-13

ICDA Prepared for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Consultation/Hearing on Housing Discrimination



Box 4 Folder 18 "Integration = Intervention: The Use of Occupancy Controls to Achieve Integration", undated

Summary of talk



Box 4 Folder 19 NCDH Lecture, 1984 Oct 26



Box 4 Folder 20 NYSAHRO Lecture, 1984 Oct

History of Starrett City and case



Box 4 Folder 21 Press Clippings, 1979-84

Articles and broadcast transcripts



Box 5 Folder 1 "Original Notes & Handwritten Pages", 1985 Nov

Paper to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; conflict between integration & nondiscrimination



Box 5 Folder 2 Notes and Drafts [1 of 8], ca. 1980s

"Part III: The Intervention Needed to Achieve Stable Integrated Housing"



Box 5 Folder 3 Notes and Drafts [2 of 8], ca. 1980s



Box 5 Folder 4 Notes and Drafts [3 of 8], ca. 1980s

Partial typed draft



Box 5 Folder 5 Notes and Drafts [4 of 8], ca. 1980s

"Report on Crime at S.ca. vs. Others"



Box 5 Folder 6 Notes and Drafts [5 of 8], ca. 1980s



Box 5 Folder 7 Notes and Drafts [6 of 8], ca. 1980s

"The Effects of Tipping"



Box 5 Folder 8 Notes and Drafts [7 of 8], ca. 1980s

"2nd to last changes"



Box 5 Folder 9 Notes and Drafts [8 of 8], ca. 1980s

Miscellaneous notes and papers



Box 5 Folder 10 "Increase in 'No-Vote' & Percent Black in NYCHA", ca. 1980s



Box 5 Folder 11 Statistics & Characteristics of Black Population in the U.S., ca. 1980s

News clippings and notes



Box 5 Folder 12 Data on Starrett City Applicants and Occupants, ca. 1982-3

Data and notes; includes correspondence with Starrett City



Box 5 Folder 13 Data on Starrett City Housing Market, ca. 1980s

Data, charts, notes, calculations



Box 5 Folder 14 ICDA Analysis of the Relationship between % Black and Crime Rate in New York City Housing Projects from 1968 to 1978, ca. 1978

Data from Noel Dunivant & Associates



Box 5 Folder 15 NYCHA Tenant Data: Characteristics, ca. 1975-83

Includes notes, data on concentration of whites in projects with less than 20% blacks



Box 5 Folder 16 DHCR Projects Data, ca. 1983



Box 5 Folder 17 Data on Comparison Projects, ca. 1980s

Notes and data on population and racial change for Lefrak, Linden Plaza, Rochdale Village, etca.



Box 5 Folder 18 Maps, 1970s-80s

Originals and Xeroxes; includes NYCHA Project Maps



Box 5 Folder 19 Review of Publications, ca. 1980s

Potomac Study of Integration Maintenance; NYC Human Rights Commission on Lefrak City; Housing Marketability Study of Lower E. New York



Box 5 Folder 20 "Abstracts from: Participation and Benefits in the Urban Section 8 Program", 1981 Jan

HUD



Box 5 Folder 21 HUD Regulations, 1972-83

Site selection, proposed new legislation, equal opportunity



Box 5 Folder 22 Papers on Quotas, 1960, 3, 5

Received from NYCHA Bob Rosenberg



Box 5 "Housing Guide to Equal Opportunity" The Potomac Institute, 1968 Jun



Box 5 Folder 23 NYC Equal Opportunity Regulations, 1968



Box 5 Jencks, Christopher. Inequality: A Reassessment of the Effect of Family and Schooling in America, 1972

Copies of pages



Box 5 Folder 24 Lefrak City Report from NYCHR, 1976 Feb, Aug

"Lefrak City: Strategies for Stabilization in an Apartment Complex", "Lefrak City Reexamined: A Follow-Up Report on Stabilizing the Development"



Box 5 "Lefrak City in Transition: A Management Analysis and Strategy for Future Directions", 1977 Dec



Box 5 "Cooperative Intervention at Lefrak City, 1978", 1978

Advisory Services for Better Housing, Inca.



Box 5 Folder 25 Notes on Farley, Milgram, Goodwin, 1978, undated, 1979

Reynolds Farley, Howard Schuman, Suzanne Bianchi, Diane Colasanto, and Shirley Hatchett, ""Chocolate City, Vanilla Suburbs:' Will the Trend toward Racially Separate Communities Continue?" Social Science Research; Morris Milgram's Good Neighborhood; Carole Goodwin's The Oak Park Strategy



Box 5 Folder 26 Opinions on Housing and Neighborhood Conditions by Race, ca. 1980

Research material plus data



Box 5 "Black Residents' Views about Residential Integration and Achieving and Maintaining it at Starrett City", ca. 1980



Box 5 "Starrett City a Study of Ways of Maintaining an Integrated Residential Community", 1980 Feb



Box 6 Folder 1 Jane McGrew Memo: Affirmative Action, 1981 Jan 16



Box 6 Folder 2 HUD Report on Annapolis Housing Authority, 1982



Box 6 Folder 3 J.S. Fuerst Papers, 1982, 83

Fuerst, J.S. & Susan Sarcone. "Race and Property Value: A Changing Concept." Real Estate Issues, Vol. 7, No. 2, Fall/Winter 1982. ; "Slow integration best, expert says." Chicago Tribune, 1983 Jul 9.



Box 6 Folder 4 Karl Taeuber "Racial Residential Segregation", 1983 Mar



Box 6 Folder 5 Samuel Pierce Speech, 1983 Nov 14

"Remarks prepared for delivery by Samuel R. Pierce, Jr., Secretary of Housing and Urban Development before the National Association of Realtors"



Box 6 Folder 6 Mt. Laurel Decision, 1983



Box 6 Folder 7 NYC Planning Commission: Neighborhood Stabilization Program, 1983

Draft



Box 6 Folder 8 Percent of Assisted Housing Projects in NYC Surveyed, ca. 1983



Box 6 Mitchell-Lama and Redevelopment Companies, 1983

The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development



Box 6 Mitchell-Lama and Redevelopment Companies, 1984

The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development



Box 6 Folder 9 Stipulated Facts, 1984 Feb 10

Draft



Box 6 Folder 10 City of Elizabeth, NJ: Suit Against HUD, 1984 Feb

Court documents and notes



Box 6 Pretrial Brief of Defendants, 1984 Feb 21



Box 6 Memorandum of the Starrett Defendants in Support of the Settlement Agreement and in Response to the Comments of the United States, 1984 Jul 13



Box 6 Folder 11 Hearing with Judge Neaher, 1984 Jul 17

Notes



Box 6 Folder 12 Leon Weiner, North Delaware Realty Case, 1984 Jul- Sep

Court documents; memoranda; correspondence with Law Offices of Brownstein, Zeidman, and Schomer



Box 6 Folder 13 Memo to Linda Chavez, 1984 Sep 5

"basis for her talk at NCDH"



Box 6 Folder 14 Response to US Request for Admissions and Attachments 1-30, 1985



Box 6 Folder 15 Response to US Request for Admissions Attachments 31-43, 45-56, 1985



Box 6 Folder 16 yo 17 Response to US Request for Admissions Attachment 44 [2 folders], 1985

Deposition of Defendants in Arthur, et al. vs. Starrett City Associates, et al.



Box 6 Folder 18 Robert Rosenberg "Starrett City: A Case Study in Integration", 1985 Mar/Apr

Journal of Property Management



Box 6 Folder 19 Holyoke Housing Authority Consent Decree, 1985 Nov 21



Box 6 Folder 20 Judge Neaher's Opinion, 1987 May 5

Opinion and order



Box 6 Folder 21 2nd Circuit Decision, 1988 Mar 1

Includes correspondence with Peter Buscemi



Box 6 Folder 22 Vacancies, Move Outs 1986-8, 1986-8

Data and notes; includes correspondence with Nadine J. Siegel, Grenadier Realty Corp.



Box 6 Folder 23 Robert Rosenberg "National Neighbors Speech", undated

Series IV: Yonkers



Box 6 Folder 24 Site Plans & Prototypical Floor Plans, undated

ICDA Townhouse Designs for 200 Units of Yonkers Public Housing



Box 6 Folder 25 Memo on the Development of Properties for Housing, 1987 Oct 7

To Judge Sand re: US v. Yonkers 80 CIV 6761 (LBS)



Box 6 Folder 26 Memo on Site Selection, 1988 Jan 6

"Parties' Preferences Among Privately-Held Sites, and Alternative Combinations for Achieving 200 Units of Public Housing"



Box 6 Folder 27 Comparison of School Site Sizes, undated



Box 6 Folder 28 Conversation with Mike Sculnick?, 1987 Feb 9

Notes



Box 6 Folder 29 Candidates for Office of Implementation, 1988

Notes; resumes; proposed contracts; and correspondence re: choosing Executive Director of the City of Yonkers Office of Housing Implementation and Fair Housing



Box 6 Folder 30 Press clippings, 1987-8, 90-91, 93-96

Includes National Review article "The Siege of Yonkers"



Box 6 American Planning Association, 1991 Dec

"Yonkers Gives In" p. 8-11



Box 6 Metropolis, 1996 May

"The Metropolis Observed: Can Public Housing be Part of the Community?" p. 37, 40



Box 6 City Limits, 1998 Sep/Oct

"Yonkers Race Trap" p. 24-9



Box 7 Journal, 1992 Apr- 1994 Oct

Includes contact list



Box 7 Journal, 1994 Oct- 1998

Includes contact list



Box 7 Folder 1 Negatives & Prints, undated

Includes contact sheets



Box 7 Folder 2 New York State and Yonkers codes, undated



Box 7 Folder 3 Yonkers Request for Proposals, undated

Design Criteria



Box 7 Folder 4 "The Yonkers Situation and the Conflicts Facing HUD", undated



Box 7 Folder 5 Diagrammatic Comparisons, undated

Comparing housing types: walk-ups vs. semi-detached



Box 7 Folder 6 Conversations w/ Michael Sussman & Sarah Van der Wycken, ca. 1985



Box 7 Folder 7 Judge Sand's Decision, 1985 Nov 20

United States of America vs. City of Yonkers, et al.



Box 7 Folder 8 Housing Remedy Order, 1986 May 28



Box 7 Folder 9 Section 8 Fair Market Housing, 1987

Correspondence



Box 7 Folder 10 Review of Sites, 1987 Jun - 1988 Jun

Responses to HUD's critique of sites



Box 7 Folder 11 Building Code Requirements, 1987 Jun



Box 7 Folder 12 Comparison of Housing Types, 1987 Jun



Box 7 Folder 13 "Stage One: Long Term Housing Plan for the City of Yonkers", 1987 Sep 15

Original typed version



Box 7 "Stage One: Long Term Housing Plan for the City of Yonkers", 1987 Sep 15

Bound copy



Box 7 Folder 14 Supplemental Properties, 1987 Dec



Box 7 Folder 15 Court Appointed Outside Housing Advisor, 1987-8

Correspondence, court orders, contracts



Box 7 Folder 16 Correspondence, 1988-1992

re: United States, et al. v. Yonkers, et al., progress of housing construction, Housing Authority Meetings, building permit delays, proposed order on title deficiencies, billing issues, Planning Magazine Article on Yonkers, Newman's tasks as Outside Housing Advisor.



Box 7 Folder 17 Proposed Order on Building Permit Issues, 1990 Jul

Correspondence and draft of order



Box 7 Folder 18 Save Yonkers Federation, 1990 Jul-Dec

Includes correspondence and copies of Save Yonkers Federation ads/bulletins



Box 7 "United States of America vs. City of Yonkers, et al.", 1991 Mar 14

Hearing on Disqualification of Judge Sand & ON, etca.



Box 7 "Request for Proposal (R.F.P. 2A) for the 'Turnkey' Development of 58 Dwelling Units on Two Sites in the City of Yonkers, Westchester County, NY", 1991 Apr

Municipal Housing Authority for the City of Yonkers



Box 7 Folder 19 Notice of Appeal, 1991 Apr 1

Appeal of disqualification of Judge Sand & ON



Box 7 Folder 20 Schedule for Units, 1991 Jun 21



Box 7 Folder 21 2nd Circuit Decision, 1991 Oct 7



Box 7 Folder 22 Tenant Selection, 1991 Jul-Nov, 1992

Includes correspondence and Admissions and Occupancy Policy



Box 7 Folder 23 Lawsuit by Residents on Restrictive Covenants, 1991 Jul, Oct-Nov, 1992 Mar 9

Eleanor G. Bourque, et al., v. The City of Yonkers and Deluxe Development; includes correspondence, copies of court documents, notices of removal



Box 7 Folder 24 Coop/Condo Conversions, 1991 Dec - 1992 Jan

Includes correspondence, data on units, and "Condominium Development Activity Update" 1986 Aug.



Box 7 Folder 25 Housing Education Relocation Enterprise, 1992 Mar, Apr



Box 7 Folder 26 Alternate Plan, 1992 Apr-Jun

Includes correspondence, "Yonkers Alternative Housing Plan," Modified Long Term Plan Orders, and NAACP and City Responses.



Box 7 Folder 27 Herald Statesman Accusations and Response, 1992 Nov-Dec

Includes news clippings, correspondence, and materials regarding builder Deluxe Development



Box 7 Folder 28 Correspondence concerning Yonkers Fair Housing Implementation Office, 1992 Nov-Dec



Box 7 Folder 29 Lincoln Site Changes, 1992 Dec



Box 7 Folder 30 Proposed Evaluation of Yonkers Housing, 1992

Includes correspondence with the Edna McConnel Clark Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation



Box 7 Folder 31 Ford Foundation Funded Evaluation of Yonkers Housing, 1992-4

Includes correspondence re: evaluation by group at Columbia University Teacher's College and "Ford Foundation Fiasco." Also includes "White Residents' Perceptions of Scattered-Site Public Housing in Yonkers, New York: Preliminary Analyses" by Joe T. Darden, Angela Aidala, Robert Crain, & Joyce Howard.



Box 7 Folder 32 Ginsburg Development Corp. on Yonkers Fair Housing Implementation Office, 1993 Apr 19

Correspondence re: "Developer Complains About Karen [Hill]"



Box 7 Folder 33 Book Proposal, 1993 Sep 7

Correspondence with Mark Elliot of the Ford Foundation Urban Poverty Programs



Box 7 Folder 34 Site Maps and Notes, 1993



Box 7 Folder 35 ON's Departure from Case, 1994



Box 7 Folder 36 "Looking to Yonkers for Answers to our Nation's Housing Crisis", 1994?



Drawer 209 Folder 1 Yonkers Project Drawings, undated

Drawings and copies of site plans, floor plans, perspectives; news clipping [26 items]

Series V: Projects



Box 8 Folder 1 CIAM Exhibition Negatives & Prints, ca. 1959

Images of CIAM Exhibition (Tentoonstelling) at The Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo



Box 8 Folder 2 CIAM Contract & Correspondence, 1960 May, 1961-3, 67

Correspondence with Karl Kramer Verlag re: publishing, mis-advertised editor



Box 8 Folder 3 CIAM Reviews, 1961-4

Clippings and copies of articles



Box 8 Folder 4 Prints of Kenzo Tange CIAM Projects, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans, floor plans, sections



Box 22 Folder 6 CIAM Cover Design, ca. 1959

[1 item]



Box 8 Folder 5 Cooper's Point, Camden, 1962-3, undated

Includes proposal; correspondence; prints of model images & illustrations; negatives



Box 8 Urban Design Award Announcement, Tenth Annual Design Awards, Progressive Architecture, 1963 Jan

Honored for Cooper's Point with Thomas Vreeland



Box 8 40 Under 40, Architectural League of New York, 1965

Honored for Cooper's Point with Thomas Vreeland



Box 27 Folder 1 Cooper's Point, Camden Illustrations, ca. 1962-3

[6 items]



Box 8 Folder 6 McGill Sca. Museum, ca. 1960s

Prints of floor plans, model photos



Drawer 209 Folder 2 "The Museum Complex" McGill Drawings, ca. 1960s

Perspective, floor plans, sections, elevations, details [17 items]



Box 8 Folder 7 Montreal Courthouse, ca. 1963

Includes "Courthouse Complex Extension for the City of Montreal" proposal, Photostats, prints of model photos & illustrations, negatives



Drawer 209 Folder 3 Montreal Court House Project Illustrations, ca. 1963

Copies of aerial perspective and perspective illustrations [2 items]



Box 8 Folder 8 Cite Etudiante de Hull, ca. 1964

"High School Campus for 10,000 Students" in Quebec: includes report; program originals; program report; sketched library floorplans; prints of site plans and illustrations; correspondence from 1968 with Papineau, Gerin-Lajoie, and Leblanc re: Melvin Charney's use of project



Box 8 Folder 9 Fisherman's Housing, ca. 1960s

Halifax, Nova Scotia: incudes summary and print



Box 8 Folder 10 "Report on Housing Demands in the Municipality of Greater Drummondville in the Eastern Townships of the Province of Quebec", ca. 1963

Includes site plan



Box 8 Folder 11 Shopping Centers: ARCH 704, ca. 1965-6

[Possible student projects] background information, site plans & diagrams re: Place Villa Marie, Montreal, Canada; CBD Redevelopment Project, Fort Worth, TX; New England Shopping Center, Saugus, MA; "Shopping Centre," Lulea, Sweden; Harlow New Town, England; Penn Center and Market East, Philadelphia, PA; Hotorget, Stockholm, Sweden; Charles Center, Baltimore, MD; Priene, Asia Minor; Hyde Park Redevelopment Shopping Center, Chicago, IL; Lijnbaan, Rotterdam, Holland;



Box 8 Folder 12 Campus Designs, ca. 1965-6

[Possible student projects] background information, site plans & diagrams re: Meramec Community College, St. Louis, MO; Philipps University, Marburg, Germany; University of Toronto/Scarborough College, Toronto, Canada; University of Baghdad; Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL; Berlin Free University, West Berlin, Germany; Santa Cruz Campus, University of California;



Box 8 Folder 13 New Towns in the U.S. & Europe: ARCH 701, ca. 1965-6

[Possible student projects] background information, site plans and diagrams



Box 8 Folder 14 University City Delmar, ca. 1960s



Box 27 Folder 4 University City Delmar Drawings, ca. 1960s-70s

Perspectives, sections, site plan, floor plans [13 items]



Box 8 "Rehabilitation of Union Market", ca. 1966

St. Louis, MO: booklet [2 copies]



Box 8 Folder 15 Union Market, St. Louis, ca. 1966

2 news clippings



Box 8 Folder 16 Park-Mall Lawndale Architectural Forum Article, 1968 Dec

Black, W. Joseph. "A Farsighted Study and Some Blind Spots," The Architectural Forum. pp.44-9; includes rebuttal letters published in 1969 Jan/Feb



Box 8 Folder 17 Park-Mall Lawndale Negatives & Prints, undated

Images of illustrations



Box 8 Park-Mall Lawndale, 1968

[2 copies]



Box 27 Folder 2 Park-Mall Lawndale Drawings, ca. 1968

Site info and diagrams [121 items]



Box 27 Folder 3 Park-Mall Lawndale Negatives of Sheets, ca. 1968

Site info and diagrams [47 items]



Box 8 Folder 18 Bethesda Metro Center, MD, ca. 1970

Master plan with Raymond & May: includes "Transit Center-Central Business District-Bethesda, Maryland"; copies; Photostats; prints of: model photographs, site plan, aerial drawings, and sections



Box 8 Folder 19 "Subdivision Plan for Buffalo, New York", ca. 1960s

Includes Photostats



Box 8 Folder 20 "Housing in Fulton Park Model Cities Area: Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York", ca. 1960s

Prepared for the firm of Raymond and May; includes Photostats



Box 8 Folder 21 Connecticut Capitol Center Interim Report Draft, ca. 1969

Prepared for the firm of Raymond and May Associates, Planners



Box 8 Folder 22 "Inventory of Space Availability in Four Detention Facilities, New York City Dept. of Corrections", 1971 Jun 21

Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, & Queens Houses of Detention for Men; Assistant Susan Jacobs



Box 8 Folder 23 Annual Report: Project for Security Design in Urban Residential Areas, 1971



Box 8 Folder 24 "Stepwise Multiple-Regression Analysis of the Social and Physical Factors Affecting Crime and Its Location in New York City Housing Authority Projects", 1972

Includes results



Box 8 Folder 25 "Specifications for the Installation and Maintenance of Experimental Electronic Surveillance Systems at Bronxdale Houses", 1972

Contractor requirements, systems performance requirements, general information and design suggestions



Box 8 Folder 26 Bronxdale Houses, ca.1972

Project drawings, exterior and interior photographs, site plans, negatives, contact sheets



Box 27 Folder 5 Bronxdale & Clason Point, ca. 1969-74

Axonometric site plan and copy of Bronxdale; copies of Site Plans and Perspectives of Clason Point [13 items]



Box 8 Folder 27 Washington Sq. Park Fencing, 1973

Sketches, notes, correspondence, news clippings



Box 8 "Defensible Space Modifications to Eight Jersey City Housing Projects", 1973

Prepared for the Jersey City Office of Criminal Justice Planning by the Center for Defensible Space Design



Box 8 Folder 28 "Defensible Space Modifications to Eight Jersey City Housing Projects", 1973

Draft; A. Harry Moore Gardens, Booker T. Washington Apartments, Curries Woods Apartments, Holland Gardens, Hudson Gardens, Lafayette Gardens, Marion Gardens



Box 8 Folder 29 "The Effects of the Design of Housing on the Behavior and Attitudes of Residents", ca. 1973

From Architectural Design For Crime Prevention



Box 8 Folder 30 Henderson Street, Jersey City, pre-1974

Copies of site plans, plans, illustrations [possibly not Newman's project; now called Villa Borniquen on Marin Blvd.]



Box 9 Folder 1 "The Privatization of Streets in St. Louis: its effect on crime and community stability", 1974

ICDA report for National Science Foundation



Box 9 Folder 2 Private Streets of St. Louis, 1973, 1977, 1981 Aug, Nov, undated

Correspondence and proposal for National Science Foundation; prints of aerial and exterior photographs; clippings: Reason and Los Angeles Times



Box 9 Folder 3 "A Model Security Code for Residential Areas", 1974

Manuscript prepared for the Ford Foundation by Oscar Newman and Stephen Johnston at The Center for Residential Security Design



Box 9 Design Guidelines for Creating Defensible Space, 1975

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.ca.; signed on first page



Box 9 Folder 4 Design Guidelines Partial Copies, undated

Introduction, Chapter 3, 6; suggestions from Karen Frank



Box 9 Folder 5 Design Guidelines Original Hand Written Draft, ca. 1974

"Achieving D.S. in New Residential Areas"



Box 9 Folder 6 Design Guidelines 2nd to last draft, ca. 1974

"Handwritten & typed changes to Design Directives"



Box 9 Folder 7 Design Guidelines Original Typed Copy, 1974



Box 9 Folder 8 Design Guidelines Typed Draft, 1975



Box 9 Folder 9 Design Guidelines Final Draft, 1975

"Any changes between this & printed book we done on edited prof sheets"



Box 9 Security Improvement in Public Housing: The Crime and Vandalism Problems in Two Indianapolis Public Housing Projects (Raymond Villa and Hawthorne Place) and Recommendations for Remedial Action: Review of the Plans for a Proposed New Housing Project: (Lockefield Gardens), 1975 Jun

Bound report [2 copies]



Box 9 Folder 10 Indianapolis Public Housing Projects Report, 1975

"Final Report: The Crime and Vandalism Problems in Two Indianapolis Public Housing Projects (Raymond Villa and Hawthorne) and Recommendations for Remedial Action: Review of the Plans for a Proposed New Housing Project: (Lockefield Gardens)"



Box 9 Folder 11 Indianapolis Floor Plans, 1975



Box 27 Folder 6 Indianapolis, Lockefield Gardens, ca. 1975

Floor plan, site plan, and axonometric drawings and copies [6 items]



Box 27 Folder 7 Indianapolis, Raymond Villa, ca. 1975

Perspective drawings and copies [11 items]



Box 10 Folder 1 Newark Floor Plans, 1975, undated

Sepia copies and originals of Row Houses & Walkups



Box 27 Folder 8 Newark Drawings, ca. 1970s

Floor plans, site plans, and axonometric: row housing, family housing, and elderly housing [see also Community of Interest chapter 9] [40 items]



Box 27 Folder 9 Oklahoma City Drawings, ca. 1976-78

Kerr Village photos, perspective drawings, axonometric of site [9 items]



Box 10 "Greenwood Gardens Martha Manor Redevelopment Study", 1976 Aug

Final Report for the Seattle Housing Authority; Shavey & Schmide AIA Architects, Oscar Newman& Assoca., LA-NY Corp., John Franklin, Northwest American, Paul Panagakis & Co., Ed Watanabe, Steve Wood & Assoca., Rutger Bouman.



Box 10 Folder 2 "Evaluation of Alternate Courses of Action in the Rehabilitation of the Greenwood Gardens/Martha Manor Housing Complex: Seattle", ca. 1976

Draft



Box 10 Folder 3 Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority Urban Initiatives, 1978-80

Includes correspondence; Response of the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority to the HUD Public Housing Urban Initiatives Program: Targeted Rehabilitation and Management Assistance Component; City of Columbus Urban Initiative Anti-Crime Program prepared by the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority; The Association of Residents from Urban Initiatives Projects; and the Columbus Department of Public Safety



Box 40, 42 Folder 4 Columbus, OH Negatives and Prints, ca. 1976-82

Windsor Terrace, Sawyer Manor, Sawyer Towers, Trevitt Heights



Drawer 209 Folder 4 Columbus, OH Site Plan, ca. 1976-82

Axonometric site plan [1 drawing, 1 copy]



Box 22 Folder 7 Columbus, OH Perspective Drawings, ca. 1976-82

Modifications to Public Housing: Windsor Terrace, Sawyer Manor, Sawyer Towers, Trevitt Heights; contains perspective drawings and photographs [16 items]



Box 10 Folder 5 NY State Elderly Program, ca. 1979, undated

Partial draft and photographs of Seward Park & South Mall Towers



Box 10 "Final Report of Phase One: New York State Program to Reduce Crime in Communities of the Elderly", 1979 Sep

Prepared for the New York State Department of Housing and Community Renewal



Box 10 Folder 6 NY State Elderly Program typed original, 1980

Final Report of Phase One: New York State Program to Reduce Crime in Communities of the Elderly



Box 10 Folder 7 Stability Study Correspondence, ca. 1975-6

re: planning the study, salaries of Oscar Newman and Imre Kohn, work schedule



Box 10 Factors Influencing Crime and Instability in Urban Housing Developments, 1980 Apr

ICDA with Karen A. Franck



Box 10 Executive Summary, 1980 Apr

ICDA with Karen A. Franck [2 copies]



Box 10 "Housing Design and Children's Anti-Social Behavior", 1981

with Karen A. Franck



Box 10 Folder 8 Children's Study Draft, 1977



Box 10 Folder 9 Children's Study Draft, 1981



Box 10 Children's Study Interview Schedules, 1981

Includes both Mother's and Children's editions, 2 copies each (1 blank, 1 used)



Box 10 Folder 10 Children's Study Proposal for National Science Foundation, 1977 Nov



Box 10 Folder 11 Children's Study Grant Applications, 1977

Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, LEAA, NIMH, HUD



Box 10 Folder 12 "Effects of the Design of Housing on Parents' Ability to Control Their Children's Antisocial Behavior", 1977

"Concept Paper" sent to James Howell at NIJJDP-LEAA on 1977 Jun 17



Box 10 Folder 13 "Effects of the Housing Environment on Delinquency", 1977 Sep 23

Concept Paper for NIMH



Box 10 Folder 14 Children's Study Correspondence, 1977-81

includes proposed budget, negotiation agreement with Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare



Box 10 Folder 15 Crime Prevention Techniques for Commercial Buildings and Areas, 1982 Nov

"A Review of the Use of Hardware, Software, Personnel, Physical Design, and Locational Factors in Producing Secure Commercial Areas in High Risk Neighborhoods," Prepared for the U.S. Dept. HUD Office of Community Planning and Development Urban Enterprise Zone Program



Box 10 Folder 16 Crime Prevention Research and Notes, 1982

Includes juris search, drafts, notes, and reference material



Box 10 Folder 17 Crime Prevention Microfiche, ca. 1982

"1. Crime Prevention thru Envn Design, The Commercial Demostr. In…, 2. Street Lighting Projects, 3. Commercial Security Surveys & Burglary Reduction, 4. Reducing Park Vandalism, 5. Crime Prev thru Envir Design Tech Guide 9 - Sec Eng Desg Comm & Inst Fac, 6. Exxon Minipark - A Re-Design & Management Proposal"



Box 10 "Independent Management Review and Technical Assistance for Large, Troubled PHA's", 1983 Jan 6

Part I- Technical and Management



Box 10 Folder 18 "North Shore Fair Housing Center", post-1985

Nassau and Queens



Box 10 "City of Plantation: Safe Neighborhood Redevelopment Plan for Gateway District 7", ca. 1989

[2 copies; 1 bound, 1 unbound]



Box 10 "Central Plantation Safe Neighborhood District: Crime Problems, Planning Needs, & Remedies", 1990 Apr

ICDA



Box 10 Folder 19 Plantation B&W Negatives, undated



Box 27 Folder 10 Plantation Illustrations & Site Maps, undated

Copies of illustrations, data, site maps [5 drawings]



Box 11 Folder 1 Peru, ca. 1980s-90s

Includes "Law Granting Title to the 'Pueblos Jovenes' (P.J.s)"; "Law Simplifying the Land Title Granting Procedure (Adjudication)"; "Ombudsman Laws to Simplify Legal Transactions"; notes



Box 11 Planos de Lima 1613-1983, 1983

Seleccion, introduccion y notas; Juan Gunther Doering



Box 11 Folder 2 Chicago Negatives & Contact Sheets, undated



Box 11 Design in Community Renewal Programs Draft, 1966

"Proposals for additions to Chicago's CRP design component," contains notes and rewrites



Box 11 "Report of Examination of Financial Statements and Supplementary Data", 1979 Dec 31

Chicago Housing Authority, Ernst & Whitney



Box 11 Folder 3 Chicago: "Soul on Ice - Fat on Fire", ca. 1979-83

Essay on CHA and Mayor Byrne



Box 11 Folder 4 CHA Consultant Contract/Award, 1981-2



Box 11 Folder 5 Chicago Housing Authority Study Data for HUD Meeting, 1982 Jan 12

"Program for HUD/Wash. D.ca. Conference on Chicago HA Study"



Box 11 Folder 6 Chicago Correspondence, notes, reference material, 1992-4

Includes maps, "Demographic and Housing Characteristics of Chicago and Mount Greenwood" ; Elevator Maintenance ; interview with Pat Donnelly notes



Box 11 Folder 7 "Chicago Housing Authority Study: Work Task by Consultant", undated

Includes methodology, "Qualifications of the Study Group," & "Function of the Advisory Board"



Box 11 "Chicago Housing Authority Study: Work Task by Consultant", undated

Bound copy



Box 11 Folder 8 Chicago Report Draft, 1981

Draft



Box 11 "Review and Analysis of the Chicago Housing Authority and Implementation of Recommended Changes: Report on Task 1: Assessment of the Findings and Recommendations of the Previous Studies", 1981 Nov 26



Box 11 "Review and Analysis of the Chicago Housing Authority and Implementation of Recommended Changes: Final Report of Phase 1: Recommended Changes and Resulting Savings: Addenda", 1982 Jan 31

Addenda [2 copies]



Box 11 Folder 9 Chicago: "Original of Final Report", 1982

"Review and Analysis of the Chicago Housing Authority and Implementation of Recommended Changes: Final Report of Phase 1: Recommended Changes and Resulting Savings"



Box 11 Folder 10 Chicago News Clippings (1 of 3), 1982

Includes memo on Charles Swibel retiring from CHA



Box 11 Folder 11 Chicago News Clippings (2 of 3), 1982



Box 11 Folder 12 Chicago News Clippings (3 of 3), 1993-8

Newspaper and magazine articles



Box 11 Chicago, 1982 Jul



Box 22 Folder 8 Chicago News clipping, 1982 Mar 25, 1995 Jun 21

"Chicago Faces Urban Class Problem as School Is Constructed" New York Times; Chicago Tribune



Box 11 Folder 13 Homeless Shelter Negatives & Prints, ca. 1992

Franklin Avenue Armory and unidentified shelter: interior photographs, negatives



Box 11 Folder 14 Homeless Shelter Notes, Calculations, and Research, undated

Includes Keener Building Floor Plans



Box 11 Folder 15 Homeless Shelter Press Clippings, undated



Box 11 Folder 16 Homeless Shelter Court Cases, 1990 Aug; 1992 Jun-Jul; 1993 Jan-Aug

Callahan v. Carey/Eldredge v. Koch; Tolle v. Dinkins; Doe v. Dinkins; includes correspondence, drafts of affidavit/deposition, court order, appellate decision



Box 12 Folder 1 Dayton "Improving the Viability of Two Dayton Communities: Five Oaks & Dunbar Manor", 1992/4, undated

[2 copies; 1 "edited by ON on Sep/94"]



Box 12 Folder 2 Dayton Correspondence, 1991-5



Box 12 Folder 3 Dayton Notes and Research Material, ca. 1991-4

Includes census data from 1990



Box 12 Folder 4 Dayton Prints, ca. 1991-4

Exterior photographs



Box 12 Folder 5 Dayton News clippings, 1992-4



Box 12 Folder 6 Dayton "Community-Based Crime Prevention in Dayton", 1994 Mar

[2 copies]



Box 12 Folder 7 Dayton "Report on the Five Oaks Neighborhood Surveys", 1993 Dec 17

Kimble, Charles E. ; University of Dayton



Box 12 Folder 8 Dayton "Evaluation of the Five Oaks Neighborhood Stabilization Plan", 1994 Jan



Box 12 Folder 9 Dayton "Draft Update of the Five Oaks Neighborhood Stabilization Plan", 1995 Sep



Box 12 Folder 10 "Report to the BJA on ICDA's Analysis of Sites in Nine of the Competing CCP Cities", 1994 Aug 8, 15; undated

Bureau of Justice Assistance: notes and draft



Box 12 Folder 11 Ohio State, Columbus, ca. 1994

Correspondence re: request for proposals



Box 12 Folder 12 West Dallas Case, 1994

Lakewest Master Plan and court case documents for Debra Walker et al., v. HUD



Box 12 Folder 13 Flint, MI, 1994

Correspondence and data maps



Box 12 "City of Aurora 1990 Census of Population and Housing", 1990



Box 12 Folder 14 Aurora, CO Correspondence, 1994-5

re: contracts, visits, and research material



Box 12 Folder 15 Aurora, CO Research Material, 1994-5

Includes clippings, site plans, data, notes



Box 12 Folder 16 Aurora, CO "Mini-Neighborhood Stabilization Plan", 1995 May

City Council Workshop, Nancy Freed, Director



Box 12 Folder 17 Richmond, CA, 1995

Includes correspondence re: contract; agenda for ON's visit; Report on visit; "Analysis of CCP Sites for Defensible Space Modifications: East Bay Public Safety Corridor"; research material



Box 12 Folder 18 Richmond, CA Maps, 1995



Box 12 Folder 19 "Improvements to Code Enforcement Procedures", undated

Richmond, CA & Ft. Lauderdale, FL



Box 12 Visit to Richmond, CA, undated, 2001

Notebook: includes Edwin L. Crawford Memorial Lecture on Municipal Law at the Government Law Center of Albany Law School program



Box 12 Creating Defensible Space, 123 pp., U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.ca., 1996



Box 12 Folder 20 Creating Defensible Space Original Manuscript, 1996 Apr

"Three Case Studies in Defensible Space"



Box 12 Folder 21 Creating Defensible Space Publishing, 1993-6

Includes contract and correspondence with McGraw Hill & John Wiley & Sons



Box 12 Folder 22 Creating Defensible Space Graphics for book, ca. 1996

Includes photographs and negatives



Box 12 Folder 23 Creating Defensible Space Unused Graphics for HUD book, undated

Includes photographs of Dayton



Box 12 Folder 23 "Analysis of the East Side of Bridgeport, CT Following the Removal of the Street Barriers", 1998 Nov

"Under a Joint Grant from the US Dept. of Justice and HUD" [original and copy]



Box 12 Folder 24 "The Improvement and Stabilisation of the Bijlmermeer: A Research and Implementation Strategy", 1980s?

Includes site plan, news clipping



Box 12 Folder 25 Outdoor Theatre- Harlem, undated

Prints of drawings, model photos, site photos



Box 12 Folder 26 Minimum Security Prison, State of Washington, undated

Copies of site plans and floor plans for 54 man facility



Box 12 Folder 27 "Fifty-Four Man Moderate-Security Correctional Facilities", undated

Draft: Alternate Incarceration Facilities for the State of Washington



Box 12 Folder 28 World Health Organization, undated

Copy of diagram and site plan [2 items]

Series VI: Drawings



Box 19 Folder 6 "Immediate Measures Drawings", undated

Diagrams and illustrations of security



Box 19 Folder 7 Unidentified Axonometric Diagrams, undated

Houses and larger blocks



Box 19 Folder 8 Unidentified Plans, undated

Possibly Newark



Box 19 Folder 9 Unidentified Illustrations, undated

Includes illustrations of Montreal?, diagrams



Box 21 Folder 1 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 1 & 2, ca. 1970s-80s



Box 21 Folder 2 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 3, ca. 1970s-80s



Box 21 Folder 3 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 4, ca. 1970s-80s



Box 21 Folder 4 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 5, ca. 1970s-80s



Box 21 Folder 5 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 6, ca. 1970s-80s



Box 21 Folder 6 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 7, ca. 1970s-80s

Includes negatives



Box 21 Folder 7 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 8, ca. 1970s-80s



Box 22 Folder 1 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 9, ca. 1970s-80s



Box 22 Folder 2 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 10, ca. 1970s-80s



Box 22 Folder 3 Figures and Illustrations for Community of Interest, Chapter 11, ca. 1970s-80s



Box 22 Folder 4 Unidentified Illustrations [1 of 2], undated

Plans and axonometric



Box 22 Folder 5 Unidentified Illustrations [2 of 2], undated

Perspectives and diagrams



Box 26 Folder 1 Illustrations for Publications [1 of 5], undated

Copy of illustration and negative; possibly for Community of Interest



Box 26 Folder 2 Illustrations for Publications [2 of 5], undated

Drawings and copies; used in Community of Interest Chapter 7



Box 26 Folder 3 Illustrations for Publications [3 of 5], undated

Drawings and copies; used in Community of Interest Chapter 7



Box 26 Folder 4 Illustrations for Publications [4 of 5], undated

Drawings and copies; used in Community of Interest Chapter 8



Box 26 Folder 5 Illustrations for Publications [5 of 5], undated

Copies, negatives, and page layouts; used in Community of Interest Chapters 9 & 10



Box 26 Folder 6 Storyboarding Pages, undated

Bagnol-Sur-Ceze, Candilis-Josie Woods-Paris; Design Directives Page Layouts [6 items]



Box 26 Folder 7 Unmasking a King Illustrations, undated

Diagram on transparency, drawing & copy [3 items]



Box 26 Folder 8 Security & Hardware, undated

Copies of illustrations



Box 26 Folder 9 Unidentified drawings, undated

Drawings and copies; possibly North Beach San Francisco, Newark, Bijlmermeer, etca. [13 items]



Box 27 Folder 12 Landmark on Main Street, undated

Port Washington, NY: site plans, floor plans, sections, elevations [19 items]



Box 27 Folder 13 Great Neck, undated

Site maps [4 items]



Box 27 Folder 14 Campus Designs, undated

Set of drawings, prints, negatives on various campuses [60 items]



Drawer 209 Folder 5 Unidentified Project Van Den Broek & Bakema, undated

Copies of perspective drawings 1197 D 8 & 9 [2 items]



Drawer 209 Folder 6 Huigenbos Improvement Project, undated

Photographs; section, site plan, and perspective drawings and copies [6 prints; 8 drawings]



Drawer 209 Folder 7 T. Ikari, 1965 Oct 23

Copies of "Historical Evolution of Cities" ; "Classification of Urban Patterns" ; "Linear Plans/Linear System" [2 items]



Drawer 209 Folder 8 "R&M", 1968 May

Copies of site plans [4 items]



Drawer 209 Folder 9 Recreational Intensification of Douglas Boulevard, Chicago, undated

Print on transparency of line drawing over photograph [1 item]



Drawer 209 Folder 10 Play Equipment Design Drawings, ca. 1970s

[18 items]



Drawer 209 Folder 11 City Block of Row Houses, undated

Axonometric drawings [4 drawings]



Drawer 209 Folder 12 Tequesta Creek, undated

Floor plan on graph paper [1 drawing]



Drawer 209 Folder 13 Floor Plans for Offices of Oscar Newman, Architect, 1982 Dec

[3 drawings]



Drawer 209 Folder 14 Unidentified Project- Modified Clusters, undated

Copies [2 items]



Drawer 209 Folder 15 Unidentified drawings, undated

[10 items]

Series VII: Slides



Box 23 Folder 1 China Slides, 1982 Jul

Shanghai Old Town & Commune; Hangchow/Shanghai, Pagoda & Westlake; Hangchow Misca.; Dalian; Harbin: Sun Park; Shenyang; Beijing: Nursery, Great Wall, Ming Tombs, Peking High Rises, Summer Palace; Hong Kong: Hotel, Top of Victoria



Box 23 Folder 2 Project Slides, 1989 Apr, May; 1992 Jan, May, Oct; 1994 Nov; 1995 Jan, Apr, Oct; 1998 Oct; undated

Denver, CO; Aurora, CO; Flint, MI; Yonkers, NY; St. Louis; Bridgeport; Dayton, OH; Plantation, FL; Misca.



Box 23 Folder 3 Unidentified Slides, 1961, 1965-7, undated

City scenes, housing, St. Louis, city plans & diagrams, shopping centers, Scarborough; slides printed in Halifax, N.S, possibly for teaching i.e. historic architecture around the world; Yugoslavia Adriatic coast, Sibernik, Italy; misca. printed in Canada and the USA; images of drawings and models, possibly Dutch



Box 23 Folder 4 [Group 1], undated

History of Architecture (1908-1940); McHarg Origins of Planning



Box 23 Folder 5 [Group 2], undated

Scarborough College; Washington University Campus; Cedar Riverside; Cars; Sterling; Mies van der Rohe; Meramac; Cambridge; Cumbernauld; Misca. US New Towns; D.ca. Area including Rosslyn, Crystal City, Charles Center, Reston; NYU/Columbia Course in Theory?



Box 23 Folder 6 [Group 3], undated

Bridgeport; Chicago; Detroit; Franklin; Hartford; Minneapolis; New Haven; Pittsburgh; Rochester; Syracuse; Virgin Islands; Samarkand; Kizhi; Novgorod; Forest; New Orleans; the Netherlands



Box 23 Folder 7 [Group 4], undated

Diagrams and Illustrations



Box 23 Folder 8 [Group 5], undated

Markham; Edenwald; Parks & Playground Equipment; Hardware; Misca.; North Beach; Statistics; Bronxdale & Van Dyke; Chicago Cabrini Green; Geneva Towers; Tom Paine; Yerba Buena; St. Francis Square



Box 23 Folder 9 [Group 6], undated

Downtown St. Louis; Washington; Clayton, MO; Alaska; Montreal, Espl. Av., St. Urb.-Bagg, Downtown, Mn. Street, St. Cath., McGill



Box 24 Folder 1 [Group 7], undated

Toronto; Breukelen; Bronxdale; Charc?; Columbus Houses; Newark Mod. Hs.; First Houses; Gravesend; Hamel; Harlem River Houses; Highbridge; Kingsboro; Spangen; Throgg's Neck; Robert Taylor; Raymond Rosen; Brownsville-Van Dyke; Williamsburg; Mill Creek; Park-West Village; River-bend Liquor Store; Riverbend; Pruitt Igoe; Sauer, Philadelphia; Tower Hill, St. Louis; Westgate, St. Louis; Defensible Space Theory Diagrams; Defensible Space Consumer Survey; LaClede Town; Fear Maps; Hyde Park; Miami; Californian, Tustin; 560 Riverside; Misca. Projects



Box 24 Folder 2 [Group 8], undated

Plug-in City; Yona Friedman; Shadrach Woods; Kenzo Tange; Case; Louis Kahn; Haussmann's Paris; D. Crane; Montgomery; Chicago, Burnham; Webber; Broadacre City, Frank Lloyd Wright; Ohtaka Maki; Huston; Mahaddie; Smithson; ca. Alexander; Hook N.T.; Bakema; Team 10; Rome, Sixtus V; Ideal Cities of the Renaissance; Washington Year 2000 Plan; "Real Zoom"; "Traffic"; "Visual Survey"; "Light as Arch"; Brooklyn Store; Pop. Aesthetic; Misca. Slides.



Box 24 Folder 3 [Group 9], undated

Vallingby; Pendrecht; Lombardijen; Farsta; Nagele; Los Angeles; Holland Dyke; Bredang; Groningen; Amsterdam; Lijnbaam; Rotterdam; Stockholm; Hotorget; Freisland; Halifax; Boston/East Coast; North Carolina; Miami; San Francisco.



Box 24 Folder 4 [Group 10], undated

Clason Point: Dwgs, Before, During, After; Markham; Union-Market; Misca. English Housing; Robin Hood; Aylesbury; "Dreadful English Brutalism"; Pollard's Hill?; Camden?; Sheffield; Leeds; Greenwich; Thames Mead?; Puerto Rico.



Box 24 Folder 5 [Group 11], 1987,88, undated

NYC; Plantation, FL; Pruitt-Igoe; Misca. Housing Projects; Toronto Mall; Dutch Organ

Series VIII: A/V Material



Box 24 VHS, Dateline NBC on Defensible Space, undated, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

Helicopter Footage & cut story



Box 24 VHS, Donahue Show; Starrett City, undated, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

Newman, Robinson, Abrams; McNeil/Lehrer



Box 24 VHS, Misc. Yonkers News, undated, 1 videocassettes (VHS)



Box 24 VHS, Yonkers Story, undated, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

"not about ON"



Box 24 VHS, The Sixties Revisited, Yonkers, 1988 Aug 30, 1 videocassettes (VHS)



Box 24 VHS, Dateline NBC, undated, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

"not the best print"



Box 24 VHS, Oscar Newman Aerials, undated, 1 videocassettes (VHS)



Box 24 VHS, The Writing on the Wall, 1974, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

"poor copy"



Box 24 VHS, We The People (KQED), 1987, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

Program Two: What Price Equality?



Box 24 VHS, Face to Face, pre 1994, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

Produced by Lockheed Fort Worth Company for Tarrant County's Gang Task Force



Box 24 VHS, America's War on Poverty (PBS), 1995, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

Part 1: "In This Affluent Society" ; Part 2: "Given a Chance" [2 hrs. total]



Box 24 VHS, America's War on Poverty (PBS), 1995, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

"City of Promise" ; "In Service to America" [2 hrs. total]



Box 24 VHS, Dateline NBC "Don't Fence Me In", 1995 Mar 28, 1 videocassettes (VHS)



Box 24 VHS, Klezmer Music; Crime in Florida: Tourist Season, 1993, undated, 1 videocassettes (VHS)



Box 25 CD Case, undated

Photoshop, Clip Art, Photo CDs, etca. [15 items]



Box 25 WCBS Radio Tape: Crime vs. Housing, Parts # 1,2,3, undated, 1 open reel audiotapes

Scotch Magnetic Tape 111: 1/4 in. x 600 ft. (6.35mm x 180m)



Box 25 Newsmakers 1982 Aug 15; Andy Mooney, 1982 Sep 7, 1 videocassettes (U-matic)

Scotch UCA 30 Videocassette: "Janice"



Box 25 Sony Video tape for Helical Scan Video Recorders, undated, 2 videotape

V-32; 720m-2370ft-25micro-1.0mil polyester backing



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Fairfield Tower Tour; Tom Costello Comment, undated, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Mark Weil, David Walentas at Kew Gardens Hills, 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 George Goodman, NYT; Moses/Hensen, NYCHA, undated, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Lefrak, Mandelker, Jerry Legatt, Phil Wagner, Julius, Stutman, 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Morris, Sloane, Williams, Winn, Feurst, 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Jerry Legatt & Bob Martin, 1983 Jun, 1 microcassettes

DHCR



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Frank Livingston, Les Chayet, Site visit to Rochdale, Sandra Rosenthal, 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Linden Place; Les Chayet, undated, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Buscemi; Hassad; NY, undated, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Lee Daniels NYT; Buscemi, undated, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 G.H. Norton; J. Weinstein; Buscemi; J. Dubik, undated, 1 microcassettes

Starrett City; Chicago



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Ron Tweel, 1981 Mar 26, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Noel Dunivant; L. Simmons, undated, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Davidoff's Call; Phyliss Griffith; Macmillan, undated, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Gallant, Davidoff, 1984 Jan 28, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Newman with unidentified woman practicing Klezmer music on piano., undated, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Foreign Work Conference, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Phil Abrams HUD meeting, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Martin Gallant Lefrak City, Peter Manakis, BGA, CHA, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 S. Jacoby, Harry Johnson, G. Sternlieb, DHCR, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 J. Mansfield, Gallant, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Site Visit to Lefrak City, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Lerner on DHCR Proposal, Bresnick II, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Al Unetic, Phy. Griffith, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Larry Budoin Interview on Starrett City, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Charles Bromley, Lee Long, Steinberg, L. Simmons, J. Legatt, Steve Baruch, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 L. Simmons, Vacarello, Steinberg, Crystal, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Al Moscovitz on Lefrak, Beverley Bronseaux, ca. 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Recording of legal proceedings related to the federal case on segregation in Yonker's public housing, undated, 1 microcassettes

AXQE709



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Lee Long, 1983 Sep 29, 1 microcassettes

Interview in her office



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Clara Fox & Susan Cole, 1983, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 HUD Regulations, undated, 1 microcassettes

Geo Furgeson



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Morris Milgram; Clara Fox; BGA on Chicago, undated, 1 microcassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 J. Lang; B. McBride; P. Griffith; G. Sternlieb, undated, 1 microcassettes

Chicago



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Oscar Newman CBS Charles Osgood, undated, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 NPR Weekend Edition, 1995 Apr 1, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 NPR Morning Edition, 1994 May 18, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 NPR The Law Show, 1995 Dec 8, 1 audiocassettes

First 10 minutes



Box 25 Cassette Box 1 Chicago Tribune Interview; Tom Costello, Bob Rosenberg, Sandra Rosenthal, Richard Bowers, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 Oral Arguments before Judge Neaher (Tape 2 of 2), undated, 1 audiocassettes

Abrams (cont.) debate w/ Judge Neaher; Reynolds Rebuttal; Abrams Final Rebuttal



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S1- Starrett Interviews, undated, 1 audiocassettes

Recorded Music, Harry Oster, Myron Holtz, Tom White, Sam Granville, Paul Marcus



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S2- Starrett Interviews, undated, 1 audiocassettes

Dan Mandelker, Lee Cayton, Revels Cayton, Jill Kadhun, John Eller, Steve Jacoby, Carol Lambert, John Connolly, Gene Burger



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S3-Starrett Interviews, undated, 1 audiocassettes

Jim Kushner, Jill Kadhuri, Steadman



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S4-Starrett Interviews, undated, 1 audiocassettes

Steadman, Glendora Putnam, John Goering HUD, John Lang



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S5- Starrett Interviews, undated, 1 audiocassettes

Jim Kushner, Roland Burke



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S6- Starrett Interviews, 1983 Jun 6, 1 audiocassettes

Jack Hassid & Steve Jacoby; Sandra Rosenthal; Frank Livingston of Draper & Kramer; Marty Bresnick; Jerry Leggit



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S7- Starrett Interviews, 1983 Jun 8, 1 audiocassettes

D. Talmus, Jules Weinstein, Marty Bresnick



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S8- Starrett Interviews, undated, 1 audiocassettes

G. Schechter, Ruth Lerner, Andy Goodhart, National Neighbors, Charles Bromley, Renault Robinson



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S9- Starrett Interviews, 1983 Oct 3, 1 audiocassettes

Gwendolyn Cochran



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 S10- Starrett Interviews, 1983 Oct, 1 audiocassettes

Gwendolyn Cochran



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 Jerry Belson; Tom White, undated, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 Livingston III; Lerner; Jerry Belson; Berger; Tom White, undated, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 Lee Cayton, undated, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 UPI Story, 1983 Feb 16, 1 audiocassettes

John Laing, Ann Connolly, Roland Burke, Ron Cohen, John Connolly



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 Vito Valera; Steve Bollinger; John Connelly, 1983 Feb 22-25, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 Phyliss Griffith; Richard Flando, undated, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 A: Conversation w/ Charles Dempsey HUD; B: Sephardic Folk Songs- Gloria Levy, 1982 May 25; undated, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Cassette Box 2 HUD Orals; Ren Robinson, undated, 1 audiocassettes



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Microsoft Word Floppy Discs, ca.1988

Microsoft Word: Program, Utilities 1, Utilities 2, 3 Backups [6 items]



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Yonkers Floppy Discs, 1991-5, undated

"Yonkers USA", Backups, Addresses [6 items]



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Late News TV Script Floppy Discs, 1991-4, undated

Version 6-10, Final TV Version, Back-ups, 2nd Draft (Edited) Final Version [12 items]



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box French: Word Torture, undated

Hyperglot software company



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Letterheads, undated

Landmark, Institute, IHP, IHP Logos



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Initiated Starrett City, 1986

Letter to Abram



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Initiated Peru + Veatch, 1986

Simplifying Titling, Legalizing P.J.s; Proposals to Veatch, Housing Develop. Film, ON Housing Consulting



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisawrite Hard Disk Back-up, 1986 Jan

IHP, 20th C Fund Prop, PW Schl Prop, References for ON, ON Range of Work, FH Letterhead, Law Reviews, FH Presentation 3, ON jb srch letter, AIAS Lecture, Inst Letterhead, ON Letterhead, Lisa Write, Dichmany



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Assorted, undated

Veatch Proposals, Fair Housing Center, Civil Rights Commission Papers, N.Q. Flt Inca. Certificate, Library P.W. letter, Letter Annual Meeting, Letter re-School, certif of Incorp, Chicago Church; World Book



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box IHP Backup, 1986 Jul



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Assorted, 1986

Revisions to Civil Rights Paper, 20th C Fund Prop, P.W. School Prop, World Book Urb Renewal, IHP Letters, Veatch Proposals, Housing Course 2



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Plantation Contracts, 1989

Contracts, last version, double-back-up of last version



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Research Proposals & Contacts, undated

Proposals: Veach re: Yonkers, Veatch re: Fair Housing, Arch Housing Course, Potomac Proposals, Holbrook Prop; Compuserve Index; Contacts



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Civil Rights Commission Testimony, 1985 Oct

Tipping, Racial Integration & its Maintenance, Legisl. History of Title VIII, Relevant Court Decisions, The Conflict Between Integration & Disc, HUD's Role & Attitudes, Presentation CRC, Clarksville HA



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Starrett City v. U.S. Justice, 1986-7

NSFH Closing Letters, Letter Cuomo, Letter Van Hoogd.



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Initiated Hinde, Jon, undated



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Hinde: from Lisa Hard Disk, undated

Epiphany, Clark 1 &2, A Search for Glory, Epiphany Documents, Ready-set-go



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Proposals to Veatch, 1986

1986 Nov, 1986 Jan, Nov. Glen Cove Daycare Center



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box IHP + SC + PW School, 1986-7



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box P.W. School Back-up, 1986 Nov



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box MacWrite 1 Epiphany II, undated



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Initialized, undated

MH Backup #3 of 3, Cluster Isom Trees, Riverhead



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box MH Cluster, undated

Cluster Reduced, Trees Green /Blk version



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Fair Housing + IHP - Nassau Housing, undated



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Initialized ON's Resume, undated

"Good, Parts and Composite"



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Initialized Manor House, undated

Compact Unit Costs, letters on MH, Compact Hrd Costs, MH Unit Plans (Dwgs) Contacts & Address Labels; Institute Letterhead Banner; Beets & Potatoes 2



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Assorted, undated

NIJ Proposal, NIJ Figs, Inst. Rescript Crime Oriented, Greer Letter, Veatch Memos & Proposals



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box TV Series, undated

Mansfield, Proposed Content; 8 Part Series Outline; Title Page of Mass Housing; Mass Housing, Behav. Control, Pont Leon Letters on TV Series, PW Letters, Part of Beets & Potatoes



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Back-up, 1984-5

Starrett Files, MH Dwgs, MH Discrip & Calc, ON's Resume, MH Spreadsheet, Letter to Msfld, Proposal for Holbrook? Shopping Center, 20th C Proposal, Housing Course, Institute Description



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Hard Disc Back-ups 1 of 2, 1985 Mar



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Hard Disc Back-ups 2 of 2, 1985 Mar



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Starrett Book, undated

Outline S.ca. Book, Letter to Publishers; Manor House Descrip. + Calcul.; Stock Market Portfolio



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Lisa Initialized Starrett City, 1984-5

Contact File for Star. City, Letter to Bill North, Proposed Settlement w/ Justice, New Republic Letter, Charlottesville & John Knapp, Letter to M. Abrams, Oak Park Lecture, Report on NCDH Conf., Justice Settlement, S.ca. Talk



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Paul N - Mac + M.H. Resca., 1985

Hard Disk Mac; Paul: ON Writing, Writing 2, Barth?, Resume (PN), Cover Letter, Disk Copy, MacWrite; M.H. Descript.



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Removal of Files from Comp, 1999

Bridgeport Report & Related Matters, Invoices, Correspondence.



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box IHP to Oct 1998, ca.1998



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box ON's Resume, 1994

1 page resume, full resume, cover sheet on full resume, current projects, wage rates ICOA



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Totems, undated

Myths & Legends, Brochure & Exhibits, Clients, Show Catalogues, Layout; Back up II of Revisions & New Writeups in F+L



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Florida Houses, 1992, 94

Removed from Disk



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Bridgeport Report, undated

3rd Draft-Backup, Final Vers. Assembled for Printing in Order, Corresp. Re: invoices, cover & contents, proposal & Inst. Hist.



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Assorted, ca. 1998

Newspaper Articles, He Said/She Said, Dayton, Jewett Plan Brd?, Sam's Trust, Kaufman, Rutgers Invoice, Taylol? IL



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Bridgeport Report, undated

2nd Draft & 1st Draft, Final Draft in Order, Invoices & Letters, Proposal & ICOA



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box ICDA Files, 1989-95

Includes Homeless Depositions



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Hollywood & Dayton, undated

Hollywood & Terry B.; Dayton Report & File



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box Misca. Items Removed from File, 1995 Nov



Box 25 Floppy Disk Disks Box IHP Removed from Disc, 1989-93



Drawer 209 Item 1 Horizon: The Writing on the Wall (Dir. John M. Mansfield), 1974, 1 film reels

[in large plastic case; video can be found on YouTube]



Drawer 209 Item 2 Horizon: The Writing on the Wall (Dir. John M. Mansfield), 1974, 2 film reels

[2 reels in box from USC Law Center; original plus soundtrack]



Drawer 209 Item 3 No Place to Rest His Head (3rd Ans Print, Dir. Oscar Newman), 1980?, 3 film reels

[2 reels in box from Guggenheim Productions Inca.; ea. Reel in own case]



Drawer 209 Item 4 No Place to Rest His Head (Dir. Oscar Newman), 1980?, 3 film reels

[2 reels in box with Dutch stamps]


Foreign Work Conference, ca. 1983-6

Series IX: Film & TV



Box 13 Folder 36 Poster for "No Place to Rest His Head", undated

[2 copies] Film by ON for HUD



Box 13 "'Stringer': An Original Screenplay by Paul Robert Newman", undated

[2 copies]



Box 13 Folder 37 Notes on Program ideas, undated

"Pts to be made in NBC Film" ; "Structure for the Film: Writing on the Wall Revisited"



Box 13 Folder 38 Themes & Bibliography for TV Series on Architecture, undated

Notes



Box 13 Folder 39 MacNeil/Lehrer Report - "South Bronx Revival?", 1978



Box 13 Folder 40 WGBH TV for Man Made America, 1980

Includes correspondence, outline, notes and "Concepts & Treatment for WGBH Boston Man-Made America" [2 copies] postmarked 1980 May 27 & 30



Box 13 WGBH TV Boston proposal, 1980 Jun 1



Box 13 Folder 41 Notes for Phil Donahue Show, 1982

"Chicago Aug. 18, 82 (Natl. 19th)"



Box 13 Folder 42 "BBC Film Script: Crime and Punishment", ca. 1983



Box 13 Folder 43 "Behavior Control in Mass-Housing", 1984

[2 copies] Proposal for a sequel to the 1974 BBCTV HORIZON show "The Writing on the Wall"



Box 13 Folder 44 "Working Title: Shelter, Symbol, and Stage: A Social History of Architecture", 1984

[2 copies] Schematic for an Eight Part TV Series on Architecture



Box 13 Folder 45 Proposals for Creating Defensible Space Video, 1996-9

WGBH, HUD, Ford Foundation



Box 13 Folder 46 Script for a Film with the Working Title of: "Creating Defensible Space in New Housing Developments", undated

Series X: Publications



Box 13 Folder 1 "Basic Conclusions of the Defensible Space Study", undated



Box 13 Folder 2 "Modifications to Public Housing", undated

"O.N. talk (not given)"



Box 13 Folder 3 "The Peculiarities of the Drug Problem in Public Housing", undated



Box 13 Folder 4 "Restructuring Cities for Community Control", undated



Box 13 Folder 5 Seminar at University of Colorado, Denver, undated

Notes



Box 13 Folder 6 Talk to Koppelman's Class, undated

Notes



Box 13 Folder 7 Montreal Articles, 1959 Sep, Dec

Includes "Current Events: a Weekly Guide for Visitors to Montreal" with cover illustration by ON; ON's "Some Views of the New Montreal" in The Montrealer



Box 13 Folder 8 "Magazines", ca. 1961-2

The Canadian Architect?



Box 13 Folder 9 "Jacob Bakema: Holland", 1962 May

The Canadian Architect p. 43-50.



Box 13 Folder 10 "Architecture Hot & Cold", 1964

Includes notes



Box 13 Folder 11 "Habitat '67: A Critique", 1964

The Canadian Architect 1964 Oct: includes research materials, notes, drafts, prints of drawings and models; includes Time 1964 Jun 19, The Montreal Star 1964 Jun 26 p. 17-20, Maclean's 1964 Aug 8.



Box 13 Folder 12 Architectural Forum on Montreal, 1965-6

Correspondence with Architectural Forum re: Peter Blake "Montreal in 3-D"



Box 13 Folder 13 "The New Campus", 1966 May

Architectural Forum p. 30-54. [2 copies]



Box 13 Folder 14 "New Directions in Campus Architecture", 1966 Aug

"published: Journal of the Society of Campus & University Planners, Winter 1967"



Box 13 Folder 15 "Countdown for Small Towns." Esquire., 1969 Dec

Contains draft and published version



Box 13 "Countdown for Small Towns." Esquire., 1969 Dec

Full published version



Box 13 Folder 16 "Shaping Our Cities for the Seventies", ca. 1970s

Book Proposal



Box 13 Folder 17 Book Review, Progressive Architecture, 1970 Sep

On Joedicke, Jurgen. Architecture Since 1945: Sources and Directions [2 copies]



Box 13 Folder 18 Articles for New York Times Magazine, undated, 1972



Box 13 Folder 19 "Prison Talk in Vancouver", 1976 May



Box 13 Folder 20 "The Failure of a Misconception-Modern Architecture in the Latter-half of the Twentieth Century", 1978

Draft



Box 13 Folder 21 "Double Bind in the South Bronx", 1978

[2 copies]



Box 13 Folder 22 "Dynamics of Stability: A Time-series Study of the Effects of Changes in the Socioeconomic Characteristics of Neighborhoods on Changes in Crime Rates, Instability and the Socioeconomic Characteristics of Residents in Public Housing Authority Projects", 1979, undated

Proposed study



Box 13 Folder 23 "Repercussions of Dishonesty in Research Reporting", 1980 Sep

Social Science Quarterly Vol. 61, No. 2



Box 13 Folder 24 "Setting the Stage for Human Encounter", 1980-2

Talk given at the Minneapolis Walker Art Center and published in Design Quarterly, includes correspondence, list of illustrations, and lecture brochure.



Box 13 Folder 25 "The Determined Environment", 1981

Book proposal with Karen Franck



Box 13 Folder 26 CUNY Lecture Series, 1981

Contains correspondence and brochure



Box 13 Folder 27 "The Futility of Government Intervention in Housing and City Planning", 1982

Talk given at Bellarmine College and published in New Perspectives on Community Development, includes note



Box 13 Folder 28 "China Moves Faster Than the Times", 1982 Dec

Book Review of Butterfield, Fox. China: Alive in the Bitter Sea in Reason



Box 13 Folder 29 "Expanding the Design Concerns of the Housing Architect", 1984

Progressive Architecture, includes correspondence



Box 13 Folder 30 "Reversing Community Decline and Crime", 1985

Proposal to the National Institute of Justice



Box 13 "Issues in Housing Discrimination: A Consultation/Hearing of the United States Commission on Civil Rights", 1985 Nov 12-13

Volume 1: Papers Presented



Box 13 "Issues in Housing Discrimination: A Consultation/Hearing of the United States Commission on Civil Rights", 1985 Nov 12-13

Volume 2: Proceedings



Box 13 Folder 31 AIAS Thanksgiving Lecture, 1985 Nov

Notes



Box 13 Folder 32 World Book Encyclopedia, 1985-6

Notes, drafts, and correspondence re: review of encyclopedia articles



Box 13 Folder 33 "Outline for Proposed Book by Oscar Newman tentatively titled: Taking Back Our Streets", post-1989



Box 13 Folder 34 JAPA Article, 1994-5

Includes correspondence; "Defensible Space: A New Physical Planning Tool for Urban Revitalization" APA Journal, 1995 Spring.



Box 13 Folder 35 EDRA Article, 1996

Includes correspondence; "Defensible Space: A New Physical Planning Tool for Urban Revitalization" ; Franck, Karen A. "An Interview with Oscar Newman" EDRA.



Box 13 "Defensible Space: Neighborhood Design for Safety", 1997 May/Jun

Shelterforce, The Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Building Strategies

Series XI: Conferences



Box 14 "Design for Improving Safety in Residential Environments", 1969 Nov 13, 14

Stenographic Transcript of Proceedings; Columbia University



Box 14 Folder 1 "Design for Improving Safety in Residential Environments", 1969

Columbia University: includes "Physical Parameters of Defensible Space, Past Experience and Hypothesis" [2 copies], "Questionnaire: Design for the Improvement of Security in Urban Residential Areas" [2 copies]



Box 14 Folder 2 HUD Task Force on Housing Operations, 1981

Correspondence, agenda, and notes



Box 14 Folder 3 "Reducing the Destabilizing Effects of Crime and Racial Transition in Urban Neighborhoods and Housing Projects", 1983 Feb 12

Lincoln Institute in Los Angeles: includes "The Private Streets of St. Louis" and " Factors Influencing Crime and Instability in Federally Assisted Housing Developments"



Box 14 Folder 4 "The Re-Use of Land and Buildings", 1983 Jun 28-30

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Parliament Square, London: includes Newman's "Re-Using Undesired Assisted Housing and Stabilizing Streets in Areas of Transition" and draft of "The Private Streets of St. Louis



Box 14 "The Re-Use of Land and Buildings", 1983 Jun 28-30

Program for Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Parliament Square, London



Box 14 Folder 5 "Improving Urban Transport: The Role of the Developer", 1983 Sep- 1984 Feb

University of Southern California Law Center, sponsored by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the Southern California Rapid Transit District



Box 14 Folder 6 Oak Park Exchange Congress, 1984 Oct

Includes correspondence, notes, maps, and program



Box 14 Folder 7 NCDH Legal Fair Housing Conference, 1984 Dec-1985 Jan

Potomac Institute: includes correspondence, list of attendees, and notes



Box 14 Folder 8 "Adolescent Violence: Research & Public Policy", 1987 Feb 5-7

Columbia University: includes roster of participants, schedule, and workshops



Box 14 Folder 9 "Urban Management and Public Housing", 1988 Mar 22-5

Nationale Woningraad 75th Anniversary Conference: includes "The Re-use of Existing High-Rise Housing to Create Vibrant New Urban Milieus"



Box 14 Folder 10 EDRA 26, 1994 Jul - 1995 Mar

Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association in Boston, Massachusetts: includes correspondence, outline of paper, program, and poster



Box 14 Folder 11 Greater Dallas Planning Council Annual Meeting, 1994 Aug-Nov

Includes correspondence and notes



Box 14 Folder 12 White House Conference on the Protection and Development of Public Spaces, 1994 Feb-May, 1991-4

The Communitarian Network; includes correspondence, Newman's "Random Thoughts on the Loss of Public Spaces," and reference material [arranged by date]



Box 14 Folder 13 "Putting Our Communities Back on Their Feet: The Next Step", 1994 Dec-1995 May

Local Government Commission in Los Angeles: includes correspondence and program



Box 14 Folder 14 U.S. Conference of Mayors, 1995 Mar-Jun

Includes correspondence, draft agenda, registration form, speakers list



Box 14 Folder 15 Misca. Conference Requests, 1995 May

Includes Reason Foundation Conference: 21st Century Government and The Foundation for Architecture Francisville Housing Competition

Series XII: Professional Papers



Box 14 Folder 16 Correspondence, 1965-7, 1969, 1972-80, 1982, 1990, 1994-5

Includes postcards; claim with Great Lakes Overseas, Inca. re: shipping; Education Facilities Laboratories, Inca. re: campus planning; Congressional Record; "Architecture for People" submission; requests for Information/copies/meetings; Responses to Great Neck Record Article; "Justice Fiasco" re: Dept. of Justice rescinding funding for Defensible Space Modifications in Comprehensive Community Program



Box 14 Folder 17 Correspondence w/ Buckingham Palace, 1974 Jun 6

Includes one letter from Prince Philip; copies of several of his lectures/speeches



Box 14 Folder 18 CCTV at Rochdale Village, 1983

Correspondence with Sam Granville



Box 14 Folder 19 Correspondence with Structural Engineer, 1993

re: Ft. Lauderdale House, includes drawings with annotations



Box 14 Folder 20 "Lunatic Fringe", 1992-3

Includes correspondence with the USPS about hate mail re: Florida, with the Encyclopedia of Housing, with the Sheriff's Dept. re: obscene phone calls.



Box 14 Folder 21 Examples of Modified Housing Projects, undated

Windsor Terrace; Clason Point, Bronx, NY;



Box 14 Folder 22 Resume/CV, 1967, 1983 Sep 30, 1996, 1997, undated



Box 14 Folder 23 CAA Archives, 2002

Includes extensive CV; correspondence; short piece for High School Reunion titled "St. Urbain Inspirations"



Box 14 Folder 24 Architectural Registration Cards, 1989-2003



Box 14 Folder 25 Authors Guild Registration, 1991



Box 14 Folder 26 Copyright Info, 1994



Box 14 Folder 27 Manuals, undated



Box 14 Week at a Glance, 1969



Box 14 Week at a Glance, 1970



Box 14 Week at a Glance, 1971



Box 14 Week at a Glance, 1974



Box 14 Weekly Minder, 1975



Box 14 Executive's Weekly Minder, 1983



Box 15 Folder 1 Lakeside Development Corp, St. Louis, 1966, undated

Services to be Provided for Lakeside Development Corp; Lower Mississippi Valley Division, St. Louis District, Corps of Engineers, Carlyle Reservoir Summary



Box 15 Folder 2 Bombardier Real Estate Housing Sites Tour, 1993

Society Hill, Port Liberte, etca. in New York/New Jersey Area: photographs, negatives, correspondence, real estate handouts



Box 15 Folder 3 CRSD/ICDA Important Papers [1 of 2], 1972-80s

Tax Files; Case against 841-853 Broadway Associates; Financial Reports; Safety Deposit Box; Xerox; Health Insurance; Charter bylaws; Name Change; Right to Practice Architecture



Box 15 Folder 4 CRSD/ICDA Important Papers [2 of 2], 1972-80s

Correspondence; Consulting for Office of Criminal Justice; HUD; contract and correspondence with Porter and Ripa re: New Community Corporation; "Satirical 'Glossary' for Social Scientists"



Box 15 Folder 5 Press Clippings, 1970s, 1970s



Box 15 Folder 6 US News & World Report, 1976 Mar 15

Includes correspondence



Box 15 Folder 7 German Press Clippings, 1979

Der Spiegel, The German Tribune



Box 15 Folder 8 Dutch Press Clippings, 1979



Box 15 de Tijd, 1980 Feb 1



Box 15 Folder 9 Press Clippings, 1980s, 1980s



Box 15 NEXT, 1981 Apr

Cohen, Barney. "On the Street Where You Live" p. 93



Box 15 Folder 10 Press Clippings, 1990s, 1990s



Box 15 "Walls That Unite", 1993 Oct

Governing p. 32-5



Box 15 "GN Architect's Plans Prevent Urban Crime", 1994 Sep 1

Great Neck Record



Box 15 "Making Cities Safter: Good Fences…", 1995 Mar 25

The Economist p. 30-31



Box 15 Engineering News-Record, 1995 May 1



Box 15 Newsweek, 1995 May 15



Box 15 Law Enforcement News, 1995 Dec 31/1996 Jan 15

Clark, Jacob R. "LEN salutes its 1995 Man of the Year, architect & urban planner Oscar Newman." Vol. XXI, Nos. 436, 437.



Box 15 Redbook, 1996 Feb

p. 113

Series XIII: Faculty Papers



Box 16 Folder 1 Urban Theory Slides, undated

Includes images of cities, major buildings, housing, mainly in Europe; diagrams of usage of space; unidentified models; Nagele, Bakema projects [housed in original order]



Box 16 Folder 2 Urban History II Slides, 1965, undated

Hansafiertel (Hansaviertel), Germany; freeways; planning diagrams



Box 16 Folder 3 Nova Scotia Technical College, Halifax [aka Dalhousie University], ca.1961-3

Syllabi, course notes for Architectural Drawing; Architecture, Society and Culture; includes a portrait print



Box 16 Folder 4 Washington University [1 of 3], 1965-6

Reading list; correspondence; syllabus for Theory and History of Urban Design; Roger Montgomery "Comments on Dr. Lee Rainwater's Paper Fear and House-as-Haven in the Lower Class" 1965 Nov 5; Monday Night Lecture Series; Arch 709, Metropolitan Community notes and bibliography; Iconography/Pop Architecture seminar notes



Box 16 Folder 5 Washington University [2 of 3], ca. 1964-8

Arch 701: History and Theory of Urban Design assigned Reading, course notes, bibliography



Box 16 Folder 6 Washington University [3 of 3], 1966-8

Contains syllabi for misca. courses and "Design Directives"



Box 16 Folder 7 Columbia University, ca. 1967-70

Includes "Projecting Future Utopias" Film Lecture; General Bibliography; Architecture in the Urban Planning Process course descriptions; Theory and Practice of Urban Design course outline; Registered Studies Complaints



Box 16 Folder 8 NYU Urban Design Theory and Practice, 1970-3

Syllabi, lecture material, course readings, Charles Center Field Trip (Spring 1971)



Box 16 Folder 9 NYU 1621 Lectures, 1970

Lectures #1-11; includes drafts and edits



Box 16 Folder 10 NYU 1621 Lectures, 1971-2

Urban Design Theory and Practice Syllabus, Course documents, Lecture Materials, Lectures; includes drafts and edits



Box 16 Folder 11 NYU 1620, 1972-3



Box 16 Folder 12 Lecture Notes, ca. 1968-3



Box 16 Folder 13 References, undated

McNulty & Fawcett, "Visual Community"; Walinsky, Adam. "Keeping the Poor in Their Place"; Heyman, Mark. "Space and Behavior"; Wood, Elizabeth. "Social Goals for Low, Moderate-Income Housing Management Defined"; Gans, Herbert J. " The Balanced Community"; Lyndon, Moore, Quinn & van Der Ryn, "Toward Making Places"; Kriesberg, Louis. "Neighborhood Setting and the Isolation of Public Housing Tenants"; Montgomery, Roger. "Urban Design: Illusive Reality"; Bibliography; Master Accession List



Box 16 Folder 14 Student Papers, 1967 May; 1970 May; 1971 Jan 6 ; undated

Kent, Brian. "The Form of Office Buildings" ; Cardia, Clara. "A new trend in American Housing" ; Mytelka, Rosalind. "Design Directives for the Millburn, N.J. Public Library; Seward, Rodica B. "'It is interaction, not place, that it is the essence of the city and of city life." ; Martin, Eric ca. "An 86th Street Case Study Architecture, Ecology, and Information Theory"



Box 16 Folder 15 "Housing Design: A Social Evolution", undated

Proposed course

Series XIV: Research Material



Box 17 Folder 1 Map of St. Louis, 1964



Box 17 Folder 2 Rotterdam, undated

Maps and information



Box 17 Folder 3 List of Books, undated



Box 17 The Zahringer New Towns, 1966

Exhibition catalogue



Box 17 Folder 4 Hollein Exhibition, 1969

Catalog, prints of projects in exhibition



Box 17 At Home in the City, 1983 Jun 6 - Jul 23

Exhibition Catalog



Box 17 Folder 5 Windmills, 1965

Envelope sent from the Netherlands with sketches



Box 17 Folder 6 Architectural Precedents, ca. 1960s

Bureau Documentatie Bouwwezen, Rotterdam, Holland



Box 17 R. Blijstra. Town-planning in the Netherlands since 1900, undated



Box 17 Webb & Knapp Master Plan: Ville Marie Montreal, 1957 Mar

Canadian National Railway Company



Box 17 "Visual Analysis: Community Renewal Program-Brookline, Massachusetts", 1965 Sep

Kevin Lynch: bound draft- missing figures



Box 17 "Annual Statistical Report: Police Department: New York City Housing Authority", 1967

Crime data



Box 17 "Annual Statistical Report: Police Department: New York City Housing Authority", 1968

Crime data



Box 17 Folder 7 "Discouraging Crime Through City Planning", 1968 Feb

Shlomo Angel; Center for Planning and Development Research



Box 17 Folder 8 "Housing Guide to Equal Opportunity", 1968 Jun

The Potomac Institute



Box 17 "Belmont Market Redevelopment Study", 1968

William G. McNeil, Thomas W. Thorpe, John Loren Yaw; School of Architecture, Columbia University



Box 17 Folder 9 "Outline of case study of Rosslyn, VA: Zoning Incentives to Achieve Design Control", 1969 May 19

Robin Burns



Box 17 "Financial Failures in Multifamily Housing Projects: Phase One: Progress Report Analysis of HUD National Sample of Multifamily Housing Projects", 1974 Jul 10

Berkeley Planning Associates; Report to the Office of Evaluation Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Region IX, San Francisco



Box 17 "Defensible Space Modifications in Row-House Communities" [Part 1 of 3], 1975 Nov

Imre R. Kohn, Karen A. Franck, & Arlen Sue Fox; ICDA Report submitted to the National Science Foundation



Box 17 "Defensible Space Modifications in Row-House Communities" [Part 2 of 3], 1975 Nov

Imre R. Kohn, Karen A. Franck, & Arlen Sue Fox; ICDA Report submitted to the National Science Foundation



Box 17 "Defensible Space Modifications in Row-House Communities" [Part 3 of 3], 1975 Nov

Imre R. Kohn, Karen A. Franck, & Arlen Sue Fox; ICDA Report submitted to the National Science Foundation



Box 17 Folder 10 Dennis W. Roncek, ca. 1981

"Neighborhood of Leased Public Housing" ; "Housing Projects and Crime: Testing a Proximity Hypothesis" ; "Dangerous Places: Crime and the Residential Environment"



Box 17 "Crime, Fear of Crime, and the Deterioration of Urban Neighborhoods: Executive Summary", 1982 Mar

U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice



Box 17 "The Reactions to Crime Project: Executive Summary", 1982 May

U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice



Box 17 "Team 10's Contribution to the Idea of Community: A Critical Assessment", 1982 Sep

Deborah J. Telscher



Box 17 Folder 11 New York City Area Study, 1983 Oct 15

A Proposal by The Consortium for University Research



Box 17 Folder 12 "Housing in New York: Study of a City, 1984", 1985 Feb

Michael A. Stegman; for The City of New York Department of Housing Preservation and Development Office of Rent and Housing Maintenance Division of Rent Policy and Regulation



Box 17 Folder 13 United States v. Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority, 1989

Includes correspondence with Ronald R. Tweel of Michie, Hamlett, Lowry, Rasmussen & Tweel



Box 17 "Understanding Community Policing: A Framework for Action", ca.1990s

Draft: Version 7.6



Box 17 "Defensible Space: Deterring Crime and Building Community." U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development., 1995 Feb

Henry G. Cisneros; Second in a series of essays [3 copies]



Box 17 Folder 14 Bradford Central Police Station, 2004

West Yorkshire Police; includes correspondence



Box 18 Folder 1 NYCHA Tenant Data for Select Projects, 1961-4

Includes tenant admission forms



Box 18 Folder 2 HUD Data on Move-ins, 1972-7

Includes correspondence



Box 18 Folder 3 Survey of Public Housing Residents, ca. 1990s



Box 18 Folder 4 Statistics and Charts, undated

Includes site plans and floor plans



Box 18 Folder 5 Location Maps of Projects, undated

Prints and transparencies



Box 18 Folder 6 Housing Authority Renderings, undated

Jacob Riis Houses, Seth Low Houses, Throgg's Neck Houses; prints : 3 items



Box 18 Folder 7 "Historical Examples of D.S. ", undated

Magazine clippings; prints of exterior photographs, site plans



Box 18 Folder 8 "Scatter Site Public Housing", undated

Prints of exterior photographs



Box 18 Folder 9 Parks, undated

Prints of site plans



Box 18 Folder 10 560 Riverside, undated

Prints of exterior & interior photographs, site plans, diagrams; negatives; contact sheet



Box 18 Folder 11 Breukelen, undated

Prints of exterior & interior photographs, aerial photographs, site plans, floor plans, rendering



Box 18 Folder 12 Brownsville- Van Dyke, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, aerial photographs, site plans, floor plans, diagrams, renderings



Box 18 Folder 13 The California, Tustin, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans, floor plans; negatives; contact sheets



Box 18 Folder 14 Carr Square Village, St. Louis, undated

Data on occupants; prints of exterior photographs, site plans, floor plans



Box 18 Folder 15 Clason Point, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans, illustrations; negatives; contact sheets



Box 18 Folder 16 Columbus Homes, Newark, undated

Prints of interior photographs, aerial photographs, site plans, floor plans



Box 18 Folder 17 Co-op City, undated

Prints of aerial photographs, renderings



Box 18 Folder 18 Easter Hill Village, undated

Research articles; prints of exterior photographs, site plans



Box 18 Folder 19 Edenwald, 1971 Aug 6, undated

Prints of exterior & interior photographs, aerial photographs, site plans, rendering; contact sheet



Box 18 Folder 20 Elizabeth Wood, undated

Prints of perspectives



Box 18 Folder 21 First Houses, undated

Prints of exterior & interior photographs, aerial photographs, site plans, perspectives; negatives; contact sheets



Box 18 Folder 22 Fortress Apartments-Rockaway Beach Development, undated

Prints of exterior photographs



Box 18 Folder 23 Harlem River, undated

Prints of exterior photographs with captions; negatives; contact sheet



Box 18 Folder 24 Highbridge Houses, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans



Box 18 Folder 25 Hyde Park, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans; negatives; contact sheet



Box 18 Folder 26 Jersey City, undated

Prints of exterior photographs



Box 18 Folder 27 Laclede Town, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans



Box 18 Folder 28 Markham, undated

Site plans, diagrams, perspective drawings



Box 18 Folder 29 Minneapolis Project, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans



Box 18 Folder 30 North Beach, San Francisco, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans; contact sheet



Box 18 Folder 31 Outhwaite, undated

Prints of site plans



Box 18 Folder 32 Philadelphia Projects, 1972, undated

Prints of exterior photographs



Box 18 Folder 33 Pruitt-Igoe, St. Louis, undated

Research articles; data; "A Dream Deferred: the story of Pruitt-Igoe's conditions"; prints of exterior photographs, site plans, floor plans, diagrams



Box 18 Folder 34 Raymond Rosen, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans



Box 18 Folder 35 Riverbend, undated

Prints of exterior & interior photographs, site plans, floor plans; negatives; contact sheets



Box 18 Folder 36 St. Francis Square, San Francisco, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans, floor plans; contact sheet



Box 18 Folder 37 St. Marks Place, undated

Prints of exterior photographs, site plans; contact sheet



Box 18 Folder 38 St. Nicholas, undated

Prints of exterior photographs



Box 18 Folder 39 Sarah Lawrence, 1970

Prints of exterior & interior photographs, site plans; notes on site visit; correspondence; negatives; contact sheet



Box 18 Folder 40 Schuylkill Falls, PA, undated

Prints of exterior photographs



Box 18 Folder 41 Stapleton, undated

Prints of aerial renderings



Box 18 Folder 42 Tilden Houses, undated

Prints of aerial renderings, interior photographs, floor plans, site plans



Box 18 Folder 43 Tower Hill, St. Louis, undated

Prints of exterior



Box 18 Folder 44 Woodhill Estates, undated

Prints of site plans



Box 18 Folder 45 Misca., undated

"Photos Comm. Of Interest, Design Guidelines: Unlikely or Repeats, to be filed by subject"; contact sheets; prints of exterior photographs, site plans, diagrammatic drawings



Box 18 Folder 46 Prints of British Housing, undated

Prints of exteriors and interiors



Box 18 Folder 47 Prints & Negatives of Quebec City, undated

Images of street scenes: negatives, contact sheet, prints



Box 18 Folder 48 Prints & Negatives of Montreal, ca. 1960S

Prints of city streets, night scenes: negatives of row housing, possible student work, waterfront, streets at night



Box 18 Folder 49 ARCOP Prints, ca. 1960S

Prints of exteriors and interiors



Box 18 Folder 50 Prints of Windmills, undated



Box 18 Folder 51 Prints of the Netherlands, ca. 1965

Prints, contact sheets: includes images of city models, street scenes



Box 19 Folder 1 Prints and Negatives of European Travels, ca. 1959-1962



Box 19 Folder 2 Negatives of Houses and Post Offices, undated

Post Office, Town of Mount Ryl, Arch Affleck & Michaud; St. Georges School, Westmont P.O., Arch. F. Lebensold; Decarie Motors, Arch. F. Lebensold; Clark House, Arch R. Affleck; Cohen House, Westmount Mtrl?, Arch F. Lebensold; Jacobs House, Sunnyside, Westmount P.O., R. Affleck Arch; Greek Orthodox Church, Arch. Demik; Drummond Apts, Montreal P.O., Arch D; Drummond Apts., Demikoupulos Arch.; Civic Architecture (Model), Vancouver B.ca., Arco; Beaver Lake; Post Office; Saquiney Terminal; Beatty House, Baie D'Urfe, Arch. R. Affleck; Color Vanca.;



Box 19 Folder 3 Assorted Negatives, undated

Images of foliage and housing, Chicago, Halifax, Ontario, student work, Bakema, Doug?, modern movement



Box 19 Folder 4 Assorted Prints, undated

Prints and contact sheets



Box 19 Folder 5 Negatives of Housing Projects, undated

Site plans, floor plans, and exterior images with captions



Box 20 Contact Sheets & Negatives, ca. 1970s

Images of travel including trips to Puerto Rico and Europe; images of housing projects



Box 22 Folder 9 "Photostat of Breughl's Armies of Good & Evil", undated

Includes draft and copy of New Year's card [3 items]



Box 27 Folder 11 NYCHA Statistics and Graphs, undated

Copies of charts and diagrams [7 items]

Series XV: Personal Papers



Box 15 Dutch Photocord, undated

[Cover only]



Box 15 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1991 Aug 2, undated

Complaint to Sonny & Judy Irons re: Right-of Way; Christmas Card to David Scheisskopf



Box 15 Folder 12 Correspondence with Malka Newman, 1959-60

Letters from ex-wife during their separation



Box 15 Folder 13 Prints of Trip West, undated

San Francisco



Box 15 Folder 14 Negatives, ca. 1960s

Negatives of family, Kopper, Paul, & cat



Box 15 Folder 15 Prints of Oscar Newman, 1972, 1979, undated

Includes negatives, photo from Penny



Box 15 Folder 16 Prints of House and Kitchen woodwork, 1996 Jan, undated

Includes Native American mural



Box 15 Folder 17 "St. Michael", undated

Reference images



Box 15 Folder 18 Totem Exhibitions, 1995-8

Exhibition at First Peoples' Gallery; Potential customers



Box 15 Folder 19 Watershed Grant, 1995-2004

Grant application; correspondence; receipts; floppy disc



Box 15 Folder 20 Carvings & Totems, undated

Includes sketches, drawings, myth information



Box 15 Folder 21 American Indian Festival, 1998

Correspondence, notes, pamphlets



Box 15 Folder 22 Special to Newsday Magazine, 1976 Aug 4

Article about painting fire hydrants in Great Neck, NY



Box 15 Folder 23 Unmasking a King Reviews and Articles, 1981



Box 15 Folder 24 Copyright agreement with The Mountain Eagle, 2000

Includes correspondence and notes



Box 15 Folder 25 Visualizing Myth, 1999-2001

Macmillan contract; correspondence; notes; publishing information



Box 15 Folder 26 Short Stories, 1984, 1985, undated

"Inkwells"; "Beets and Potatoes"; "Piano Lessons"; "A Meatless Christmas Eve"; "All that Jazz at Windham Civic Centre"; He Said, She Said "What's Cooking on the Mountain Top?" "Flicks" "Waiting for the Millennium or How to Get Raptured" "Florida" "Avoiding Responsibility" "L vs Non-L"



Box 15 Folder 27 "COP Drafts", 1974 Nov; 1976 Apr; 1976 May 14; undated

Drafts, retyped material