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Douglas Putnam Haskell papers, 1866-1979-(bulk 1949-1964).

Series X: Chronology

This series contains Douglas Haskell's personal files. The dates span 1915-1979, with a gap in 1926. There are various forms of material including correspondence, periodicals, clippings and memorabilia. This series contains select item level descriptions.

The folders in this series are arranged chronologically by year.

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Box 86 Folder 1 1915-1919

This folder contains the earliest correspondence in the Douglas Haskell Papers. Some of the material dates from DH's days at Oberlin High School. The folder includes correspondence from DH's Uncle Harry; a reference to DH's brother James, as the advertising manager for a play; and other correspondence and miscellaneous items. This folder also contains two small prayer books in the German language published in 1866 and 1897.



Box 86 Folder 2 1920

This folder contains one item. It is a one page humorous story about a man named "Freddy." Unidentified author (probably written by DH). Undated.



Box 86 Folder 3 1920-1922

This folder contains DH's correspondence with The Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co.--"Wear-Ever". DH and his brother were employed as salesmen for this company. There are also two clippings from The Oberlin Critic with at least one article written by DH (May 6, 1922.)

[Haskell], Jimmy to Doug[las] [Haskell], 10 Feb. 1921; A.l.s. 2 pp.



Box 86 Folder 4 1921

This folder contains one letter. [D.R.?] Moore suggests that DH try out for the Debate Team.



Box 86 Folder 5 1922

This folder contains some political material, one copy of the Oberlin College Magazine, 26 copies of The Oberlin Critic, and correspondence with William J. Hutchins, President, Berea College, Berea, Kentucky.



Box 86 Folder 6 1923—summer trip to Germany

This folder contains material from DH's summer trip to Germany. DH's hand-written notes describe places he visited, people, conversations, and philosophical discussions he had with other students on the trip. The folder also contains letters to Helen Lacey. There is a photograph of Max Barth, (see Barth's folder in Pending Correspondence), apparently he was one of the German students on this tour. The folder also contains an explanation of how this German tour came into being.

[Haskell], Doug[las], to [Helen Haskell]. 25 June [1923]. T.l.s. 1 p. (written on verso).

[Haskell], Doug[las], to [Helen Haskell]. Saturday afternoon. [1923]; A.l.s. 3 pp.



Box 86 Folder 7 1924-25

This folder contains various correspondence including a letter from DH to a "reader" while he was employed at The New Student; a letter to DH from "Lenore"; a letter to DH from The New Republic; a letter to DH from "Mac" at the University of Minnesota; and other correspondence. The folder also contains a booklet titled "Li Ming-Chung's Methods of Architecture"; and other miscellaneous material.



Box 86 Folder 8 1925—The New Student

This folder contains ten copies of The New Student, Volume 4, No. 28, April 25, 1925, which contains DH's article "Shells." There is also a pamphlet in German containing articles by DH and Max Barth.



Box 86 Folder 9 1927

This folder contains a letter from Edward S. Parsons, Office of the President, Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio and a letter from The World Tomorrow to members of the "Editorial Council." The remainder of the material consists of typed drafts of articles on the subject of architecture including one titled "Three Architects of the Machine Age."



Box 86 Folder 10 1928

This folder contains correspondence to DH from Harper's Magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, The American Mercury, The New Republic, and [Harmon?] Meyer. Meyer's letter informs DH of "Corbie's" death. Meyer also mentions DH's trip to Germany in 1923, when they apparently met. The letter also contains references to Dr. [Mac Donald?] and Beck-Gran. There are two typescripts of DH's article "Three Architects of the Machine Age," and clippings of various articles written by DH. One of the clippings is from Creative Art, Nov. 1928 titled "Organic Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright."



Box 86 Folder 11 1928

This folder contains one copy of the periodical Creative Art, Nov. 1928, no. 5. This issue contains an article by DH on Frank Lloyd Wright.



Box 86 Folder 12 1929

This folder contains correspondence from Earl [Beckman?], University of Maryland re Howard [Becker]; a letter from Alfred Stieglitz; and various clippings of articles written by DH.

Stieglitz, Alfred to [Douglas] Haskell. 27 June 1929. A.l.s. Re [article] in Creative Art.



Box 86 Folder 13 1930

This folder contains various clippings of articles written by DH. It also contains correspondence with Henry Hazlitt, Literary Editor, The Nation; Joseph M. Hirschman, Architect; and miscellaneous typed drafts of articles.



Box 87 Folder 1 1931

This folder contains an ID card for entrance to [Russia?] It also contains correspondence from Kemper Fullerton; The Print Club in Cleveland Ohio; Ralph Walker, Chairman, Committee on New York, The Architectural League of New York; Henry Hazlitt, The Nation; and others. There is a copy of the periodical Parnassus, which contains an article by DH, as well as clippings of articles by DH from The New Republic and other sources.



Box 87 Folder 2 1932

This folder contains clippings of various articles written by DH in The Nation, Creative Art and other periodicals. There is a telegram requesting DH to lecture on modern architecture and correspondence from the Progressive Education Association; The Cleveland Museum of Art; The New Republic; Architecture; and The American Architect.



Box 87 Folder 3 1933

This folder contains clippings of various articles written by DH; correspondence with The Cleveland Press, Architecture, The Parent's Magazine, The Nation, and The Architectural Review. With two typescripts: "Architecture as an Advertising Art" and "Strain-Steel, Nails Wood to Steel."



Box 87 Folder 4 1933-1934

This folder contains correspondence with Ernst Auerbach; The Nation; Arthur Holden; Corwin Wilson; American Association for Scientific Taxation; Parent's Magazine; Buildings Designers Plan Service; and others.



Box 87 Folder 5 1934

This folder contains clippings of various articles from The Nation written by DH, as well as correspondence with Harper's Magazine; Lee Simonson; Freda Kirchway; and Arts and Decoration.



Box 87 Folder 6 1935

This folder contains three items: a typescript with corrections titled "Architecture as an Advertising Art"; a clipping from The Nation with an article by DH; and a letter from Harper's Magazine.



Box 87 Folder 7 Oberlin College Scraps

This folder contains various memorabilia from DH's days at Oberlin College. There is a college notebook with DH's notes on politics; a copy of the Oberlin Review; programs from debates; Oberlin College commencement programs; three small photographs taken at Oberlin; and an 8x10 photograph of the Oberlin College S.A.T.C. Unit with an accompanying note stating the DH has permission to attend a Reserve game.



Box 87 Folder 8 Oberlin High School

This folder contains five Oberlin High School periodicals titled the O-High, dating from 1914-1918.



Box 87 Folder 9 Essays undated

This folder contains approximately sixteen undated essays by DH. The various essay topics include: the value of used architecture; department store city planning; Lewis Mumford; kit-bag furniture; German barns in America; architectural criticism; Radio City; popular drives; the dance of architecture; the concept of architecture; and others.



Box 87 Folder 10 Sketches

This folder contains notes from Heidelberg re Nietzsche (undated); five wash studies by DH; and a sketchbook containing drawings, (not signed.)



Box 88 Folder 1 1937

This folder contains a clipping of DH's article about architecture on routes 40 and 60 that appeared in the St. Louis Dispatch, April 11, 1937. There are also clippings of articles by DH from The Nation.



Box 88 Folder 2 1938

This folder contains a copy of the periodical Architectural Record, with an article by DH titled "Welding-New Aid to Building," there are also other clippings by him from the same magazine.



Box 88 Folder 3 1939

This folder contains clippings of articles written by DH from Architectural Record and The Nation. There is also correspondence with Harper's Magazine and The Nation.



Box 88 Folder 4 1940

This folder contains correspondence with Charles S. Ascher, (who mentions Catherine Bauer in regard to her recent marriage to Bill Wurster); The American Scholar, with mention of Talbot Hamlin; Harper's Magazine; Funk & Wagnalls Company. There are also typescripts and clippings written by DH on various architectural themes and a copy of Architectural Record with an article by DH on industrial design.



Box 88 Folder 5 1941

This folder contains clippings of articles written by DH from various sources including The Nation. There is also a typescript in German and correspondence with Harpers's Magazine.



Box 88 Folder 6 1942

This folder contains correspondence with Harper's Magazine; The Nation; and others. There are two periodicals with articles by DH: Harper's Magazine and Architectural Record.



Box 88 Folder 7 1943

This folder contains clippings and notes of articles written by DH. It also contains a job offer from the Californian magazine Architect and Engineer.



Box 88 Folder 8 1944

This folder contains correspondence with Encyclopedia Americana. There are also notes on Egypt and a typescript of an article on the aim of architecture. The clipping was written by DH and is from Architectural Record.



Box 88 Folder 9 1945

This folder contains correspondence with Encyclopedia Americana regarding DH's entry on architecture. The clippings include a copy of the article he wrote for them, as well as various clippings from The Nation.



Box 88 Folder 10 1946

This folder contains an article DH wrote for a German magazine about his North Country School in Lake Placid, New York. It also contains a clipping of his architecture article written for Encyclopedia Americana. There are three copies of the same issue of Architectural Record re visual education, no author given.



Box 88 Folder 11 1947

This folder contains typescripts of an article written by DH titled "What are the Effects of Technological Changes?" A copy of Journal of The American Institute of Architects contains the same article.



Box 88 Folder 12 1948

This folder contains correspondence with Donald P. Stevens, Department of Architecture and Planning, The University of Texas, Austin; Judd Payne; Funk & Wagnalls Company. There is a copy of a Charles Beard letter to Neutra and a letter DH wrote to "Helenko" (Helen Haskell) from a convention in Utah. There is also a copy of a program from a conference on esthetic evaluation at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

[Haskell], Doug[las] to "Helenko". 25 June 1948. A.l.s. 4 pp. Writes to her, (on Hotel Utah stationary), about the convention he just attended. Comments on Frank Lloyd Wright, Pietro Belluschi, and others.



Box 88 Periodicals

There are two copies of Architectural Record at the end of box 46 from the year 1948. There is a note in one of the issues that reads: "In this one issue I as a "senior editor" made three major contributions to high imagination..."



Box 89 Folder 1 1949

This folder contains correspondence regarding an article DH wrote titled "Gropius in America." There is also correspondence containing criticism of FORUM; a letter from DH to Henry Saylor at the Journal of the AIA requesting to be admitted even though he is not an architect; and various clippings of articles written by DH.

Rudolph, Paul to Alexandre Persitz, L'architecture d'aujourd'hui. 7 December 1949. Carbon copy. 1 p. Re Gropius article by DH.

Gropius, Walter to Paul Rudolph. 2 December 1949. A.l.s. 1 p. Re Gropius article by DH.



Box 89 Folder 2 1950

This folder mainly contains correspondence. Correspondents include "Helenko" (Mrs. Haskell); Harmon Gurney; Pratt Institute; and others. Miscellaneous items include the proceedings of the Second Institute of School Planning, which contains a speech by DH titled "Basic Analysis of Plan Types"; the periodical Magazine of Art, containing an article by DH on government and art; an unpublished essay on school building; and other miscellaneous material.

[Haskell], Doug[las] to "Helenko" (Helen Haskell), 18 April 1950. A.l.s. 1 p.



Box 89 Folder 3 1951

This folder contains a letter from Olindo Grossi at Pratt Institute to DH re lecturing, with mention of Philip Johnson. There are also some reviews of the lectures that DH gave at Pratt.



Box 89 Folder 4 1952

This folder contains clippings of articles written by DH. It also contains correspondence from Roy E. Larsen, Time, Inc. re DH's bonus; and from George Howe, Chairman, Department of Architecture, Yale University, re their student magazine Perspecta.



Box 89 Folder 5 1953

This folder contains correspondence with John Bland, School of Architecture, McGill University, Montreal; John W. Ault, Consultant; and other miscellaneous items.



Box 89 Folder 6 1954

This folder contains correspondence with Anson Campbell, Ketchum, Inc.; and various speeches and articles written by DH.



Box 89 Folder 7 1955

This folder contains various clippings of articles written by DH; including a speech that asks the question "when do we start building the beautiful America?"; a program from a conference in Ischia, Italy, titled "Italo-American City and Regional Planning and Housing Seminar"; and other miscellaneous items.



Box 89 Folder 8 1956

This folder mainly contains clippings. Among the clippings is a FORUM article by Catherine Bauer titled "By 1976 What City Pattern?" There is also a typescript of an unpublished essay by DH titled "Three Architects."



Box 89 Folder 9 1956—Sullivan

This folder contains typescripts and speeches for Louis Sullivan's birth centenary.



Box 89 Periodical

Architectural Forum, September 1956. Contains Catherine Bauer article titled "By 1976 What City Pattern?"



Box 89 Folder 10 1957

This folder mainly contains correspondence. Correspondents include Hugh Casson; Samuel Kruse; Fred Bassetti; AIA, Washington DC; Edmund R. Purves; Morris Ketchum, Jr.; Francis Keally; and others. The folder also contains editorials from FORUM and a (speech?) titled "What Is Architecture?"



Box 89 Folder 11 1958

This folder mainly contains correspondence. Correspondents include AIA, Washington DC; Robert Denny; Grant Manson; Maynard Lyndon; and others. Miscellaneous items include a typescript of a speech by DH given at the dedication of the Applied Arts Building, University of Cincinnati; a certificate appointing DH an Admiral in the Great Navy of the State of Nebraska; clipping of DH's FORUM article "Architecture and Popular Taste"; a speech by DH titled "How Traffic is Reshaping Our US Cities"; and other miscellaneous items.



Box 89 Folder 12 1959-1960

This folder contains correspondence with the AIA and others. It also contains material relating to Brasília. There is a copy of Architectural Forum at the end of the folder with an article by DH on the Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C.



Box 90 Folder 1 1959-1960

This folder contains material relating to the Village of Greendale, Wisconsin; FORUM memos re story suggestions; a letter from Harold Stockstad re FORUM's stories on Frank Lloyd Wright and the Marin County Government Center; FORUM notes and messages; various correspondence with Albert Mayer; a letter from John C. Parkin; a speech and letter from Serge Chermayeff; a letter from Paul Niepoort re the Danish Atomic Energy Research Center; material regarding Kenneth C. Welch's expansion of the Hanover Center in Wilmington, North Carolina; and various other correspondence and miscellaneous items.



Box 90 Folder 2 1960

This folder contains various speeches written by DH including "The Great Withdrawal and the Great Commitment" delivered at the Architectural League; "The Use of Marble In Schools"; "Times Square and the Tivoli Gardens"; and others. Correspondents include the Cincinatti Art Museum; Wolf Von Eckardt; AIA, Washington DC; Jin-Liang Tian; Alexander Girard; Paul F. Damaz; Peter Smithson; Donald Barthelme; and others. Miscellaneous items include Architecture Plus, with an article by DH titled "History's Seduction of Architecture"; a clipping of DH's FORUM article titled "Jazz in Architecture"; and other miscellaneous items.

Tian, Jin-Liang. 10 October 1960. Untitled manuscript on the topic of color. In Chinese. 17 pp.



Box 90 Folder 3 1961

This folder contains correspondence with The Home News; the AIA; Philip Will; Philip N. Youtz; Wolf Von Eckart; Victor Gruen; Lewis F. White; G. Kidder Smith. There is a photograph of DH eating a box lunch with a man and woman, near the water; and other miscellaneous correspondence and items.



Box 90 Folder 4 1962

This folder contains an Oberlin College commencement program that lists DH's honorary degree; several copies of a speech written by DH titled "Half A Revolution" that was given at the Dallas convention of the AIA. There is also correspondence with Harris Armstrong; the AIA; Morris Ketchum; Daniel P. Moynihan; Edgar I. Williams; John N. Highland, Jr.; Joseph R. Passonneau; John Dinkeloo; O'Neil Ford; and various other people. The folder also contains a clipping of an article written by Sibyl Moholy-Nagy titled "The Future of the Past in American Architecture."



Box 90 Folder 5 1962, 1965—Virginia lectures

This folder contains material relating to the Visiting Scholars Program at the University Center in Virginia.



Box 90 Folder 6 1963

This folder mainly contains correspondence. Correspondents include Ogden Tanner; Joseph Watterson, Editor, AIA Journal; Francis Biddle; Alleen Feiss; John R. Diehl; Charles R. Colbert; Edmund N. Bacon; Martin L. Goslin, The First Congregational Church; Samuel Joroff; Trammel Crow; Lorimar Rich; Peter Blake; John Lyon Reid; Ely Jacques Kahn; John Burchard; and others. This folder also contains clippings of the FORUM article "Architecture and the Moon Age," by Sibyl Moholy-Nagy.



Box 90 Folder 7 1964

This folder mainly contains correspondence. Much of the correspondence is on the subject of Architectural Forum's demise. Correspondents include Lyndon Baines Johnson; Bern Foerster; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Karl Kamrath; Victor Gruen; Tyler Stewart Rogers; Edmund N. Bacon; FHA; Edgar Tafel; John Kenyon; Robert Allan Jacobs; Kenneth C. Welch; Henry L. Kamphoefner; Philip H.Hiss; and others. Miscellaneous items include a speech by DH to the Planning Council of Philadelphia; a program on the First National Bank of Chicago Conference; a clipping of a FORUM article by DH titled "75 Years of Change-Mostly Unpredicted", re FORUM's history; a clipping from The New York Times re FORUM's demise; and other miscellaneous items.

Johnson, Lyndon Baines[?] to Mr. [Douglas] Haskell. 26 June 1964. T.l.s. 1p. Thanks DH for his work on the Council on Pennsylvania Avenue.



Box 91 Folder 1 1964-65—miscellaneous

This folder contains a map that was used to visit redevelopment areas in New Haven with Stephen Currier; two issues of FORUM; and a copy of Northwest Architect. Articles by DH include one on Catherine Bauer in FORUM, and an article in Northwest Architect titled "City Progress: It's the Few Who Start It."

Development Plan City of New Haven: Richard C. Lee, Mayor. Color Map. 112 x 88.3 cm. "Map of New Haven used in 1965 to visit redevelopment areas with Stephen Currier."



Box 91 Folder 2 1965

This folder contains two speeches given by DH. One was given at the Urban Design Conference at Harvard, and the other to the students of the Harvard Graduate School of Design. The folder also contains other miscellaneous correspondence and items.

Ploscowe, Bernard L. April 22, 1965; Seeks cooperation of leadership within architectural community for the Co-op City project. Committee for Excellence in Urban Architecture to appear before City Planning Commission at City Hall.

Peter, John. Look Magazine. March 19, 1965; Enclosing advance issue of Pennsylvania Avenue story. (Not attached.)

Savannah Morning News. May 22, 1965; Clipping. "Savannah is seen through Eyes of Perceptive Visitor." Article devoted to DH while he was taking photographs in Savannah for an Urban America Inc. project. Includes comments about educating the young and their lack of knowledge about the "ABC's of architecture."

No title. Undated; Clipping. DH reviews Toward New Towns for America, by Clarence S. Stein.

Haskell, Douglas. 1965; Hand-written lecture notes. 6 pp. "Architecture with Architects but with the People Too." Talk given at the Fine Arts Festival, Michigan State University. Given in the museum where Rudofsky had concurrent exhibit titled "Architecture Without Architects."

Haskell, Douglas. 1965; Typescript. 7 pp. Corrected version and draft of remarks made at Harvard Urban Design conference.

Haskell, Douglas. April 27, 1965; Typescript of lecture. 14 pp. "The Drive for Beauty and the Popular Taste." Talk given to Harvard Graduate School of Design.

Haskell, Douglas. April 27, 1965; Typescript of draft. 14 pp. "The Drive for Beauty and the Popular Taste." Talk given to Harvard Graduate School of Design.

Haskell, Douglas. February 1, 1965; Typescript with corrections. 9 pp. Talk given at the University of Pennsylvania on "popular attitudes reconsidered."

Haskell, Douglas. February 1, 1965; Typescript. Draft. 9 pp. Talk given at the University of Pennsylvania on "popular attitudes reconsidered.

[Haskell, Douglas] to Professors Rapson and Vivrett, University of Minnesota. February 4, 1965. T.l. (Carbon copy.) Writes in support of the proposed School of Planning. (There are two carbon copies of this letter.)

Vivrett, Walter. Undated. A.l.s. Reminds DH to send letter in support of School of Planning. Typed draft of proposal attached.

Haskell, Douglas. January 23, 1965. Typescript with corrections. 11 pp. "City Progress: It's The Few Who Start It." Talk given in Minneapolis, at a Conference of Architects and the Press.



Box 91 Folder 3 1965—University of Wisconsin meeting, October 28-30, 1965

This folder contains material relating to a three day conference on "Materials and Methods in Education in the Appreciation of Urban Beauty" at The University of Wisconsin, Madison.

DH to Doris E. Richards, The University of Wisconsin. 1965; Re travel expenses for Conference on Urban Aesthetics.

Haskell, Douglas. [1965]; Notes taken at meetings. 4 pp.

Haskell, Douglas. 1965; Hand-written remarks made by DH at Madison meeting. 8 pp. Discusses "ABC's of architectural observation" and his book.

Logan, Frederick M. The University of Wisconsin. 1965; Pleased to have DH's letter accepting invitation to three day meeting on "Materials and Methods in Education in the Appreciation of Urban Beauty."

Fagin, Henry. The University of Wisconsin. 1965; Re Urban America Project.

Haskell, Douglas. [1965]; Hand-written outline for remarks to be made at meeting. 5 pp. Includes thoughts about his book and educating people about architecture.

Smith, Ralph A. University of Illinois. 1965; Proposal. 8 pp. "The Aesthetic Dimension of Environmental Responsibility: A Proposal for Curriculum Innovation in Aesthetic Education (Grades 7-12.)

No author. Undated. Report. 15 pp. Research on "art educational ideas and practices in the teaching of the appreciation of architecture, community planning, and the inclusive area know as environmental design."

Denny, Robert. Henry J. Kaufman & Associates. 1965; Memo. 6 pp. "A Proposal for a Long-Range Program of Public Education In the Schools to Create Citizens Who Will Appreciate And Demand an Efficient and Beautiful Urban Environment."

Fagin, Henry. [1965] Memo. 20 pp. "Toward a more beautiful visual America."

Logan, Frederick M. The University of Wisconsin. 1965. Invitation to participate in a conference on "methods in education in the appreciation of urban beauty." Meeting to be held October 28-30, 1965.



Box 91 Folder 4 1966

This folder contains a copy of a letter from Martha G. Robinson to Ralph Cunningham; a letter from Rutherford Platt to DH, re the Great American Forest; a letter from William W. Caudill to DH; and various clippings of articles by DH including one on Rockefeller Center.



Box 91 Folder 5 1966—Portland—Bowdoin, Maine

This folder contains material relating to DH's trip to Portland and Bowdoin, Maine. In Bowdoin, DH was invited to lecture and to participate in a program for their Senior Center. In Portland, DH was also invited to lecture by the Portland Museum of Art.



Box 91 Folder Unknown Periodicals

There are two identical issues of Harper's Magazine, April 1966, containing DH's article "A New Grandeur for Washington." Re the Pennsylvania Avenue Project.



Box 91 Folder 6 1967

This folder contains a talk given by DH on the opening of Branwell House, Cascade House, and the Dining Room extension, North Country School, and Camp Treetops; a certificate of appreciation from The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture; clippings of a book review by DH on Design of Cities by Edmund N. Bacon; a letter from Donald Barthelme; and other miscellaneous correspondence and material.



Box 91 Folder 7 1967—Oberlin College talk

This folder contains typescripts, drafts, and notes of speeches given at Oberlin College. Topics include the "space age", "defining architecture", "teaching architecture to youth", and others.



Box 91 Folder 8 1968

This folder contains clippings of DH's review of The Urgent Future by Albert Mayer; correspondence with Donald Appleyard, Associate Professor of Urban Design, University of California, Berkeley; a letter from Paul Schweikher, Head, Department of Architecture, Carnegie-Mellon University; and other miscellaneous material.



Box 91 Folder Unknown Periodical

The Architectural Forum, July-August 1968, contains an article by DH on Grand Central Terminal.



Box 92 Folder 1 1969

This folder mainly contains correspondence. Correspondents include Kenneth C. Welch; Charles Colbert; Landmarks Preservation Commission; Nathaniel A. Owings; Curtis & Davis Architects; Morris Ketchum; Syracuse University, re Clarence S. Stein; Daniel P. Moynihan, re self government in DC and the Pennsylvania Avenue project; President's Temporary Commission on Pennsylvania Avenue; Carnegie-Mellon University; and others. There is also a typescript of a speech by DH given at Pittsburgh, Carnegie-Mellon on the topic of environmental architecture.



Box 92 Folder 2 1970

This folder mainly contains correspondence. The correspondents include Robert Hastings; Dione Neutra; Kenneth C. Welch; Ralph Walker; Albert Mayer; John Lyon Reid; and others.



Box 92 Folder 3 1970—Rockefeller Center article

This folder contains material regarding an article in The New York Times in which DH was quoted regarding Rockefeller Center. The quote was taken from an earlier article in FORUM written by DH on the same subject. DH writes to the editor of The New York Times to correct the quote, which was taken somewhat out of context.



Box 92 Folder 4 1971

This folder contains only correspondence. The correspondents include Albert Mayer; William W. Caudill; Percy Johnson-Marshall; Carnegie-Mellon University; Mrs. George W. Rickey; Einar Lindholm; and others.



Box 92 Folder 5 1972

This folder contains various correspondence; an Albert S. Bard Citation to Margot Gayle, presented by The Citizens Union of the City of New York; typescripts of "Great Roaring Balls of Fire" by DH. Correspondents include William Marlin; AIA, Washington; The City University of New York, re the Bogardus Building and other matters; Ed Bacon; Landmarks Preservation Commission; Ada Louise Huxtable; and others.



Box 92 Folder 6 1973

This folder mainly contains correspondence. Correspondents include Bill Huff; Robert B. McKay; Nathaniel A. Owings; Carnegie-Mellon University; Jacob K. Javits; Peter Blake; Robert B. McKay; Robert C. Weinberg; AIA, Washington D.C.; Ann Wilson; Percy Johnson-Marshall; R. Stanton Avery; Arthur C. Holden; and others.



Box 92 Periodical

Architecture Plus, November 1973. This periodical contains a review by DH of the book The Spaces In Between: An Architect's Journey by Nathaniel Alexander Owings.



Box 92 Folder 7 1974

This folder contains various clippings including a book review by DH of Raymond Hood, Architect by Walter Kilham, Jr. Correspondents include National Arts Club; Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation; Horizon magazine; Richard W. Snibbe; Reyner Banham; Charles Colbert; Landmarks Preservation Commissioner, re a landmarks designation for Luchow's on 14th Street; AIA, Washington DC; Robert E. Alexander; Harvard University; Architectural Record; Atlantic Monthly; Troy West; and others.



Box 92 Folder 8 1974 -" Great Roaring Balls of Fire in the Architectural World"

This folder contains a typed draft of an article written by DH entitled "Great Roaring Balls of Fire in the Architectural World."



Box 92 Folder Unknown Periodical

Architecture Plus, September/October 1974. Contains book review by DH of Antonin Raymond: An Autobiography.



Box 92 Folder 9 1975

This folder mainly contains correspondence. The correspondents include Charles S. Ascher; New York State Council on the Arts; George Post; Landmarks Preservation Commission; Friends of Cast Iron Architecture; Sue Kohler; Marcel Breuer; Walter H. Kilham, Jr.; Harwell Hamilton Harris; Jeanne M. Davern; and others.



Box 92 Folder 10 1976

This folder contains material relating to the Clarence S. Stein exhibit at the AIA Headquarters in Washington DC; a typescript of a book review by DH of Grand Design: the Earth from Above by George Gerster; an analysis of the Lock Street Warehouse. Correspondents include AIA Journal; Luther Gulick; Jacob M. Kaplan; Architectural Record; Theodore Waddell; Jordan L. Gruzen; Nicholas Negroponte, MIT, School of Architecture and Planning; The Clarence S. Stein Commemorative Committee; Time magazine; Chloethiel Woodard Smith; and others.



Box 92 Folder Unknown Periodical

AIA Journal, December 1976. Two copies. Contains an article by DH on Clarence S. Stein titled "A Practitioner of Architecture as the Art of Human Settings."



Box 92 Folder 11 1977

This folder contains only correspondence. The correspondents include William Remington; The Municipal Society of New York, re Grand Central Terminal; Robert E. Alexander; AIA Washington, DC; Lewis Mumford; John Desmond; Radoslav L. Sutner; and others.



Box 92 Folder 12 1978

This folder contains a typescript of DH's article "The Architecture of Jazz." The bulk of the correspondence deals with DH's nomination for an AIA medal. Correspondents include Paul Weidlinger; AIA, Washington DC; Don Canty; AIA, New York Chapter; Landmarks Preservation Commission; New Jersey Institute of Technology; Edmund N. Bacon; Theodore Waddell; and others.



Box 92 Folder 13 1979

This folder mainly contains correspondence related to DH's AIA Medal. Correspondents include Henry and Heather Hill; Robert Marshall; AIA, Washington, DC; Paul Weidlinger; Landis Gores; Harwell Hamilton Harris; and others.



Box 92 Folder 14 1979—AIA National Convention, June 3-7—Kansas City—DH receives AIA Medal

This folder contains material relating to the AIA Kansas City National Convention. An Honor Award was given to DH for " those who have inspired and influenced the architectural profession." Other award winners included I.M. Pei, who received the Gold Medal.



Box 93 Clippings, periodicals, photographs

This box contains a large assortment of clippings from various architectural periodicals mostly written by people other than DH. Topics vary greatly, from school architecture to building construction. There are three 8x10 photographs taken by DH of Gaudí's Casa Mila in Barcelona. There are also various periodicals containing articles by DH including an article in Fortune, December 1966, on the ten best buildings in the United States; a school issue of Architectural Forum, October 1953, including school costs round table; two issues of The Architectural Review, and four other issues of Architectural Forum. Other DH articles in FORUM include "Brasília" and his "Jazz" article. The Architectural Review of London devoted a special issue to the man-made environment of the United States which elicited a strong response from Architectural Forum. The issues included in this box contain the articles from both periodicals, each criticizing the other. A booklet titled The Transactions of the Bartlett Society contains an article by Reyner Banham in which he quotes DH.



Box 94 Pamphlets, periodicals, reports, catalog, proposal, script

This box contains various items on architectural topics such as airport buildings and housing, as well as miscellaneous pamphlets. Miscellaneous items include a script for the Architectural Forum movie titled "The New Age of Architecture"; a copy of The Magazine of Art, November 1950, which contains an article by DH regarding government in art; and a catalog from MOMA on the work of Claes Oldenburg.



Box 95 Folder 1 Miscellaneous

This folder contains nine reprints from Architecture titled "Modern Architecture, Occupied" by DH; a reprint of an article titled "The Sad Story of American Housing" by Henry Wright; and a copy of the periodical Shelter, May 1932, Volume 2, no.4, which contains articles by DH and Henry Wright.



Box 95 Folder 2 Miscellaneous

This folder contains various materials mainly dating from 1934. There is correspondence with The Building Industries Exhibit, Incorporated; General Houses, Inc.; George N. Cohen; Harper's Magazine; Society of Automotive Engineers; and others. There are also notes on automobile design; a photograph of an unknown building; and two copies of Harper's Magazine containing articles by DH titled "From Automobile to Road-plane" and "Houses Like Fords."



Box 95 Folder 3 Miscellaneous—WPA Guide to New York City

This folder contains descriptions of various New York City buildings for the WPA Guide to NYC. DH was the editor of this project (see Personal Correspondence.) There is a note in the folder that states that DH resigned before the project ended. Victor [Sauvignet?] was DH's assistant supervisor, Roderick Seidenberg was architectural editor for the whole U.S., and Jacob Baker was head of the entire project.



Box 95 Folder 4 Miscellaneous undated fragments

This folder contains miscellaneous notes and typed drafts on architectural topics, most of them undated.



Box 95 Folder 5 Chronology study material

This folder contains clippings of articles on the planning, design, and construction of schools. Most of the articles are from The Architectural Forum and Architectural Record. They date from the 1930s to the 1960s.



Box 95 Folder 6 Chronology—study material

This folder contains clippings of articles by DH and others regarding various architectural topics. The clippings are mainly from The Architectural Forum and Architectural Record. The dates vary from the 1930s to the 1940s.