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

Series XIII: Photographs

This series contains photographs related to Douglas Haskell's professional and personal interests. The photographs date from the 1920s-1970s. Many photos were taken by DH on various trips, some photographs were published in Architectural Forum, and others were acquired for study purposes.

The folders in this series are arranged in alphabetical order by subject, and thereunder mainly organized by size and/or subject matter of the photographs.

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Box 106 Folder 1 American Architecture, California, circa 1920s-1950s

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Redwood house for Weston Havens, Berkeley. Harwell Hamilton Harris, architect. Photo by Roger Sturtevant, Conde Nast Publications, Inc. Annotated on verso.

(1) 5x7, sepia photographic print. University of Calfifornia, Berkeley, Stadium. Circa 1920s.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. University of Calfifornia, Berkeley, Stadium. Aeria view. Circa 1920s. Photo by Wide World Photos.

(1) 6x17, B&W photographic print. Danville. Photo by Rondal Partridge. Noted on verso "i. Popular. ii. Skyline. iii. space."

(3) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Architects' Building. Los Angeles. Noted on verso, "All Decoration cast in place in waste molds with structural concrete."

(1) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Hollywood Storage Co. Building, Los Angeles. Noted on verso,, "14 Stories, tallest building in southern California as of June 1926, with reinforced concrete structure and frame of Portland cement." Morgan, Walls & Clements architects.

(1) printed paper. Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles. Bertram G. Goodhue, architect, with Carlton Monroe Winslow.

(1) 6x14, B&W photographic print. Bay Bridge onramp Oakland. Photo by Rondal Partridge.

(1) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Elks Club, Santa Barbara. 10/8/1927. Noted on verso, "Reinforced concrete construction with Portland cement stucco." Photo by WEH.



Box 106 Folder 2 American Architecture, Michigan, 1920s and circa 1964

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Chevrolet Motor Co., Forge Shop, Detroit, Michigan. Albert Kahn, architect. Photo by Thomas Ellison.

(2) 8 x 10 and (1) 9x8, B&W photographic prints. County Building, Grand Rapids, MI. Circa 1964. Photo by Kenneth C. Welch.

(15) various sizes, B&W photographic prints. Ford Motor Co. Factory Buildings, River Rouge, Michigan. Albert Kahn, architect.



Box 106 Folder 3 American Architecture, New York, 1920s-1960s

(3) various sizes, B&W photographic print. Army Supply Base, Brooklyn. Cass Gilbert, architect.

(3) 5x7, sepia photographic prints. New York State Arsenal, Brooklyn. Oct. 1927. Photos by E.G.L.

(3) 8x10 B&W photographic prints. Downtown views, Brooklyn. March 22, 1957. Photos by DH. #947.

(1) 6½x8½ and (1) 9¼x6½, sepia photographic prints. Prudential Building [aka Guarranty Building], Buffalo.Circa 1914-1918. Louis Sullivan, architect. Ponle [?], photographer.

(1) 5x7 sepia photographic print and (2) 3½x4 sepia photographic prints. Hessian Hills School, Croton-on-Hudson. Howe & Lescaze, architects.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. North Country School, Lake Placid. Showing slide beside stairway. Designed by DH, with Henry Churchill, Roderick Seidenberg as Associate Architects.

(1) B&W film negative. Sterling Alaska Fur and Game Farms, Lake Placid. Photo by DH. C-543.

(1) B&W photographic print. Sterling Alaska Fur and Game Farms, Lake Placid. Photo by DH. C-406-1 / 263.

(1) 8x10, sepia photographic print. Bathroom by Henry Varnum Poor. Exhibited at American Designers Gallery, 145 W 57th Street, Manhattan.

(4) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Bowling Green, Whitehall Street Building, Manhattan.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Bryant Park, Manhattan. Photo by DH. #408 / C-5326.

(3) 8x10 B&W photographic prints. Chase Manhattan Bank, 410 Park Ave., Manhattan. One image of 4th floor with Sam Francis mural, two images of 2nd floor with Alexander Calder mobile.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Chemical Bank, Manhattan, NY.

(1) printed paper. Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Manhattan. From Architectural Record, undated. James Gamble Rogers, architect

(3) 9½x7½, B&W photographic prints. Columbia University, Manhattan. Includes views of Low Library and buildings along Broadway. McKim, Mead & White, architects. Two photos by A. Tennyson Beals.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Flatiron Building, Manhattan. D. H. Burnham & Co., architects.

(1) printed paper. French Building, Manhattan. Fred F. French, architects.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Garment Center, [Manhattan?]. Photo by Drucker & Baltes Co. Sugarman & Berger, architects.

(2) B&W 35mm negatives. Grand Central Terminal, Manhattan. Photo by DH. #3098 (C-1).

(1) 5x14, B&W photographic print. Hendrik Hudson Memorial Bridge, Manhattan. Rendering. Cass Gilbert, architect. Waddell & Hardesty, consulting engineers. Photo by Wurts Bros.

(4) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Lever House, Manhattan. 1952 [?].

(10) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Manufacturers Hanover Building, Manhattan.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Pan-Am Building, Manhattan.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Park Avenue, Manhattan, NY.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. QRS Co. Building, Manhattan. Frank D. Chase Inc., Engineers & Architects, Chicago.

(7) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Times Square, Oct. 1958. Photos by DH.

(3) B&W film negatives. Times Square. Oct. 1958. From DH slides. Noted "C-970."

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. World Trade Center Twin Towers, Manhattan. Photo by The New York Times.



Box 106 Folder 4 American Architecture, New York, 1920s-1960s

(1) 8x12, sepia photographic print. Unidentified office building, Manhattan. 1926. Shreve & Lamb, architects. Rendering by Chester B. Price. Photo by Palmer Shannon.

(1) 6x10, B&W photographic print. Unidentified office building with setbacks, [Manhattan]. Photo by Sigurd Fischer.

(3) B&W photographic prints. Downtown buildings and streetscapes, various views, Manhattan.

(15) B&W contact sheet. Downtown buildings and streetscape, various views, Manhattan.

(11) 5 x 7 B&W photographic prints. Manhattan after winter snowstorm. Photos by DH.

(4) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Crowd on deck of boat, looking at downtown Manhattan skyline.

(1) 8x10 and (1) 7½x9½, B&W photographic prints. Plans and model view for metal and glass residence erected at Architectural and Allied Arts Exposition, Grand Central Palace, Manhattan. April 18-25, 1931. A. Lawrence Kocher, and Albert Frey, architects. Plan photos by Hamilton M. Wright; Model photo by Peter A. Juley & Son.

(1) 8x10, B&W contact sheet. 36 images. Bird's-eye view rendered map of Manhattan.

(1) B&W Contact Sheet. 29 images.TWA Terminal construction, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Queens. Also includes view of the Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, Calif.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. TWA Terminal construction, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Queens.

(4) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Unidentified World's Fair [?] building, Queens. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x12, B&W photographic print. Kill Van Kull Bridge, Bayonne, New Jersey to Port Richmond, Staten Island. Rendering. Port of New York Authority with Cass Gilbert, architect. Engineer: O. H. Ammann, engineer.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. West Point Military Academy, Stadium, West Point. Aerial view. Jul 1924. Photo by U.S. Arrmy Air Service.



Box 106 Folder 5 American Architecture, Miscellaneous, Identified, circa 1900-1960s

(5) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Yale University, Hockey Rink, New Haven, Conn. Oct. 1958. Eero Saarinen, architect. Photos by DH.

(2) B&W film negatives. First Presbyterian Church, Stamford, Conn. Wallace Harrison, architect. Note on wrapper, "fr. Haskell color" Conversion negatives. C-554.

(6) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Various street scenes, Washington, D.C. August 1, 1963. Photos by DH. #247 / C-4069.

(1) 3½ x 10, B&W photographic print. 333 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill. Holabrid & Root, architects.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Railroad tracks along Lake Michigan, Chicago, Ill. Print from Chicago Historical Society.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Soliders Field, Chicago, Ill. Construction view. Circa 1920s.

(1) 6x10, B&W photographic print. University of Illinois, Champaign, Stadium. Rendering. Circa 1910s-1920s. Holabird & Roche, architect.

(1) 10½x7½, sepia photographic print. Wilder Tanning Co., Waukegan, Ill. Photo by Frank D. Chase, engineers and architects, Chicago.

(13) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Miller residence, Columbus, Ind. Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard, architects. Published on Sept. 1958. Photos by Ezra Stoller. Property of Architectural Forum.

(2) B&W film negatives. Butler University, Irwin Library, Indianapolis, Ind. Photos by DH. Minoru Yamasaki, architect. One image noted "C-970."

(1) B&W film negative. Opera House, Indianapolis, Ind. #174. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Harvard University, Stadium, Cambridge, Mass. Circa 1920s. Photo by World Wide Photo. Noted on verso "Tues am."

(1) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Bay State Cotton Corporation Textile Factory, Lowell, Mass. Circa 1920s. Lockwood Green, engineer.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Veteran's Housing, Wellesley, Mass. Hugh Stubbins, architect.

(7) B&W film negatives. Various scenes along Route 128, Mass. Photos by DH. #403.



Box 106 Folder 6 American Architecture, Miscellaneous, Identified, circa 1900-1960s

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Ramsey County Courthouse, St. Paul, Minn. Rendering. Circa 1930s. Holabird & Root, architect. Gilbert Hall renderer.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Ford Motor Co., assembly plant, Kearney, New Jersey. Albert Kahn, architect. May 14, 1923. Photo by General Photographic Co. Showing 300,000-gallon water tank in foreground.

(6) Pictorial Postcards of the Southwest by Laura Gilpin, Los Ranchos de Taos Church, Set #8. Taos, New Mexico. (Gilpin Publishing Co: Colorado Springs, Co.).

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Dayton Engineering Laboratories Co., Dayton, Ohio. Factory for ignition & lighting system. Schenk & Williams, architects.

(1) 4x10 and (1) 7½x11, B&W photographic print. Philadelphia Saving Fund Society, Philadelphia, Penn. Model view and contruction view. #284.9. Howe & Lescaze architects.

(6) 8x10 and (1) 4½x6½, sepia photographic prints. Univerisity of Pennsylvania, various buildings, Philadelphia, Penn. Noted on verso "Tues am." Includes views of College Hall, Houston Hall, Silverman Hall, Weightman Hall, Franklin Field, Fisher Library, Quadrangle.

(3) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Town of Norris, Tenn. Built by TVA. Sold into private ownership 1948.

(1) 10x3¼, sepia photographic print. University of Washington Stadium, Seattle, Wash. Photo by Pierson & Co.

(1) B&W film negative. Currie House, unidentified location. Conversion negative, C-108. Photo by DH.

(17) B&W prints on paper, stapled together.



Box 106 Folder 7 American Architecture, Miscellaneous, Unidentified, circa 1930s-1960s

(6) 5x7 and (5) 5x8, B&W photographic prints. Building under construction and views of campus.

(1) B&W contact sheet. 6 images. Children in front of building and man in outdoor arcade of modern building. Photos by DH. #24758.

(16) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. City/cities, various views. Includes rowhouses, apartment buildings, Civic Auditorium, downtown shopping area, park fountains.

(1) 7x7, B&W photographic print. Forest scene. Noted on verso, "Part of art photo with wide [?] cut out."

(2) B&W film negatives. Gas station and "UIA" tower. Jan. 1964. Photos by DH. C-284.

(2) 6x10 and (8) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Grain elevators.

(1) B&W film negative. International-style urban building, [Manhattan?]. Noted on wrapper, "Copy neg. made fr. DH Kodachrome for 'City' 1/57." #496.

(2) B&W contact sheets. 11 images and 25 images. Modern residences, some in construction. Photos by DH. #4161 (C-1).

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Office building, [Manhattan?].

(1) printed paper. Office building, on a plot of irregular shape. Holabird & Root, architects. Gilbert Hall, renderer. From Architecture, Jan 1930.

(5) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Roadway overpass, [St. Louis ?].

(6) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. School.

(1) 9½x7, B&W photographic print. Stadium. Photo by Troy.

(1) 8 x 10, B&W photographic print. Terraced hillside, with railroad tracks and electrical towers. Photo from U.S. Camera.

(3) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Zoo.



Box 107 Folder 1 Architectural Forum article, Planning, Dixwell Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut, 1966

(1) B&W contact sheet. 15 images. Various views. Photos by George Cserna. (R-2)

(4) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Various views. Photos by George Cserna. (R2-15/14 through R2-31).

(3) 8x10 B&W photographic prints. Various views. Photos by George Cserna. (R3-4 through R3-16).

(1) B&W contact sheet. 23 images. Various views. Photo by George Cserna. (R-4)

(3) 8x10 B&W photographic prints. Various views. Photos by George Cserna. (R4-9 through R4-38).

(1) 6x8, B&W Photostat. Map of Dixwell Renewal Area, New Haven, Conn.



Box 107 Folder 2 Architectural Forum article, St. Louis Round Table, 1962

(2) B&W contact sheets. 7 and 30 images each. St. Louis views.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #1. Foundations of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Arch. Aug. 1962. Eero Saarinen & Associates, architects. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #2. Museum for Jefferson, etc. Memorial. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. St. Louis Roundtable Story. #4. "Gateway to Nothing Old Court House." Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #5. Area to be torn down for stadium project. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #6. "Grand" Burlesque/Hotel York, to be torn down for stadium. Photo by DH.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic print. 81 St. Louis Roundtable Story #8, Park Plaza Project. Armshougre, Harris, architects. Photo by DH. Rental Prob. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story.

(3) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #12. Scheuer's Section of Mill Creek Valley. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #13. Scheuer's Garden Apartments. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #14. Scheuer's Grass Mall. Mayer, Whitlesey & Glass, architects. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #15. Scheuer's Balcony Screens, Whitlesey & Glan, architects. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #16. Mill Creek Valley Industrial Redevelopment. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #17. Redevelopment Emphasis in St. L. on industrial building. Photo by DH.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Re St. Louis Roundtable Story #18. Small-Industry Leased Group in Mill Creek Valley. Photo by DH.

(2) B&W photographic prints. Additional views of Scheuer's Garden Apartments. Photo by DH.



Box 107 Folder 3 Architectural Forum article, Tiber Island, Washington, D.C., 1965-1966

(18) 11x16 and (1) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. SW Washington, D.C. PhotoS by George Cserna. (R1-13 through R7-26). Property of Architectural Forum, published July/August, 1966.

(1) B&W contact sheet. 35 images. Tiber Park, SW Washington, D.C. Photos by J. Alexander. Keyes, Lethbridge and Condon, architects. Property of Architectural Forum. Published July/August, 1965 and July/August, 1966.

(5) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. SW Washington and Tibert Island, D.C. Photos by J. Alexander. Keyes, Lethbridge and Condon, architects. Property of Architectural Forum. Published July/August, 1965 and July/August, 1966.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Tiber Island, Washington, D.C. Keyes, Lethbridge and Condon, architects. Photo by P[eter] Blake. Property of Architectural Forum. Published July/August, 1965 and July/August, 1966.



Box 107 Folder 4 Architectural League of New York Awards, undated

(2) B&W contact sheets. 22 images and 32 images. Awards ceremony. Photos by W. Daran.

(29) B&W 35mm negatives. Party and awards ceremony for Architectural League. Photos by W. Daran. #942. (C-1 through C-5).

(2) B&W 35mm negatives. Awards ceremony. Photos by W. Daran. #983. (C-3 and C-4).

(2) B&W 35mm negatives. Party at awards ceremony. [Photos by W. Daran?]. No # (both C-1).



Box 107 Folder 5 Century of Progress International Exposition, 1933-1934, 1933-1934

(5) 5x7, B&W and sepia photographic prints. Crystal House, plans and renderings. George Fred Keck, architect.

(2) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Crystal House, under construction. George Fred Keck, architect. Photos by DH [?].

(3) 4¾x6¾, B&W photographic prints. Electrical Building. Raymond Hood, architect. Photo by DH [?].

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Masonite House competition, rendering and plans. First prize. Frazier & Raftery, architects.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Travel and Transport Building, renderings. Edward H. Bennett, Hubert Burnham, and John A. Holabird, architects.

(2) 6x9, B&W photographic prints. Travel and Transport Building, working drawings. Sheets 2 and 5. 1930. Edward H. Bennett, Hubert Burnham, and John A. Holabird, architects.



Box 107 Folder 6 European Architecture, Germany, circa 1920s-1930s

(5) various sizes, B&W photographic prints. The Römerstadt, Frankfort. Photos by H. Collifchon. Annotations on versos.

(7) various sizes, B&W and sepia photographic prints. Warenhaus Sinn, Gelsenkirchen. Interior and exterior views. Circa 1928. Bruno Paul, architect. Photos by Mantz Werner.

(2) 11½x5 boards and (1) 9½ x5 board, with 4 ink sketches on vellum affixed, and (1) 3x4, sepia photographic print. Unidentified rowhouses.

(1) 4¼x3½, sepia photographic print. Unidentified rowhouses.

(1) 7x9, B&W photographic print. Unidentified rowhouses on Hadrianstrasse. Photo by H. Collifchon.



Box 107 Folder 7 European Architecture, Russia, circa 1950s-1960s

(1) 5X7, B&W photographic print. Tree Basin, Leningrad.

(11) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Petrovsky Passage, Moscow. Photos by DH.



Box 107 Folder 8 European Architecture, Miscellaneous, Identified, circa 1920s-1930s

(1) 9x6½, B&W photographic print. Kinderinberwahunstelle [?], Vienna, Austria. Obershardtbaural Jug [?], architect. Photo by Martin Gerlach.

(1) 9x6¼, B&W photographic print. Rottsrasse XIII, Vienna, Austria. Clemens Holzmiester, architect. Photo by Martin Gerlach.

(1) 9¼x6¾, B&W photographic print. Städtisches Amalien-bad, Vienna, Austria. Photo by Fritz Sauer.

(1) 9x6½, B&W photographic print. Unidentified apartment [?] building, Vienna, Austria. Oberhariwal, architect [?]. Photo by Gerlach.

(1) 9x6½, B&W photographic print. Van Nelle Tobacco Factories, De Erven De Wed. Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Y. A. Brinkman and L. C. van der Vlught, architects and engineers.



Box 107 Folder 9 European Architecture, Miscellaneous, Unidentified, circa 1920s-1960s

(1) 3¼x4½ and (1) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Apartments [?] along river, with arched bridge.

(1) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Apartment complex, with lines of laundry.

(1) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Apartment complex, with railed balconies.

(1) B&W film negative. Institutional building, with arcaded exterior. Photo by DH. Noted "C-970."

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Medieval brick church [?], detail view of wall. Photo by DH [?].

(1) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Medieval urban buidings and church, with war damage in foreground, [Belgium, Germany, or The Netherlands ?].

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Surburban/rural residence.

(5) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Urban views, various. Photos by DH [?].

(1) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Workers' [?] housing complex, near factories. Aerial view.



Box 107 Folder 10 Expo '67, Montréal, Canada, 1967

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Habitat. Moshe Safdie, architect.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. United States of America building. R. Buckminster Fuller, architect.



Box 107 Folder 11 New York World's Fair, 1939, 1939

(5) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. General views. Photos by DH [?].

(2) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Chrysler Motors Exhibit Building. Photos by DH [?].

(2) 2¾ x 5½ and 3¾x5, B&W photographic prints. DuPont Exhibit Building. Photos by DH [?].

(2) 4x3¼ and 5½x3¼, B&W photographic prints. General Motors Exhibits entrance ramps. Photos by DH [?].



Box 107 Folder 12 Personal, Miscellaneous, 1936-circa 1950s

(1) B&W film negative. "De La Technologia," unidentified building. No #.

(4) 8x10, B&W contact sheets. 27 images, 32 images, 35 images, and 34 images. Attendees at unidentified meeting, including DH. #625.

(5) 3½x5, B&W photographic prints. June 4, 1936. Mobile camping trailer.

(5) B&W film negatives. Residence, some views with figures. Photos by DH. #405.

(1) 5x7 B&W photographic print. West Virginia highway, with lumber advertisement and children in road. Photo by DH?



Box 107 Folder 13 "Rejected Architects" exhibition, 1931

(1) 6x10, B&W photographic print. Johnson, H.H., Mrs., residence, proposed, Pinehurst, North Carolina. Clauss & Daub, architects. Photo by Louis H. Dreyer. Plans and elevations.

(3) various sizes, B&W photographic prints. Lindbergh, Charles, Mrs., Residence, proposed, Princeton, New Jersey. Plans, elevations, and model views. Clauss & Daub, architects.

(1) 9¾x4½, B&W photographic print. Unidentified residences, model view.

(1) 9½x7¾, B&W photographic print. Unidentified residences, model view.

(1) 2x2, B&W photographic print. Model Competition for Ukrainian State Theatre. Alfred Clauss, architect.



Box 108 Folder 1 Trip photos, Europe, 1956, 1962, and undated

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Park, Place Bellcour, Lyon, France. June 23, 1962. Noted on verso "Print made from slide." C-732.

(1) B&W film negative. Notre-Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France. Le Corbusier, architect. Noted "From DH slide, C-970."

(3) 4x6, B&W postcards. Notre-Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France. Le Corbusier, architect.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. "Aahag" Bastillion in the Alster, Hamburg, Germany. 1959.

(1) 8x10, B&W photographic print. Santa Maria del Fiore (Duomo), Florence, Italy. Filippo Brunelleschi, architect.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Galbani Buiding, Milan, Italy.

(11) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Pirelli Buiding, Milan, Italy. Gio Ponti, architect.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Airport, Rome, Italy. May 7, 1956. Noted on verso, "Property of Architectural Forum. Credit: Douglas Haskell." #664 P-3-7 and P-3-11.

(7) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Siena, Italy, and other unidentified Italian [?] sites.

(4) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain. Antoni Gaudí, architect. Staff photo by DH. #827 (C1-24, C1-30, C1-34).

(3) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Mezquita, Cordoba, Spain.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Alhambra, Sala de Dos Hermanas, Granada, Spain.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Unidentified city/cities, The Netherlands. Includes views of the Vrolijk and Galeries Modernes buildings, and unidentified town plaza and town hall.

(1) B&W film negative. Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey. Conversion negative. Photo by DH. #186.

(2) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Hyde Park, London, UK. Photos by DH. Noted on versos "From slide."

(3) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Unidentified buildings, Europe.



Box 108 Folder 2 Trip photos, Mexico and Brasília, 1952

(3) 8x10, B&W contact sheets. 82 images. 29 May 1952. Unidentified sites, probably Mexican.

(1) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Unidentified church, probably Mexican.

(6) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. 2 of stone cutters, rest of unidentified sites, probably Mexican. Undated.

(8) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. University City, Mexico Science Building, Labs, Museum of Man, Mexico City. From Rafael Lozano.

(4) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Gardens of El Pedregal, Mexico City. Various views. 1952. Photos by Guillermo Zamora. From Cetto, brought back by DH. Labeled: #12 and #10 Fuceetes(?), Pedregal.

(18) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Gardens of El Pedregal, Mexico City. Various views. 1952. Brought back by DH. From Cetto, by Elizabeth Timberwan. 9 prints for Life. 11 prints stamped Sept. 17, 1958, in addition to Oct. 1952.

(11) 3½x5 film negatives and (4) 5x7 film negatives. For Gardens of El Pedregal prints listed above.

(1) 8x10, B&W contact sheets. 2 images. Unidentified institutional (?) building, interior and exterior view.

(1) 8x10, B&W contact sheet. 10 images. Group portraits.



Box 108 Folder 3 Trip photos, Scandinavia, 1959

(20) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Various city views, Cophenhagen, Denmark. 1959. Identifications for most on verso.

(8) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Various city views, Stockholm, Sweden. 1959. Identifications for most on verso.



Box 108 Folder 4 Trip photos, West Coast, 1936

(1) 5x7, (1) 6½x9½ and (13) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Hoover Dam, Boulder City, Ariz. Photos by DH.

(4) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Modern residences, Bay Area, Calif. Photos by DH.

(3) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, Calif. Photos by DH.

(4) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Art Deco/Moderne institutional or governmental building, unidentified location. Photos by DH.

(2) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Camp buildings, unidentified location. Photos by DH.

(3) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Downtown storefronts, unidentified town. Photos by DH.

(2) 5x7, B&W photographic print. Elementary school, unidentified location. Photos by DH.

(5) 8x10 B&W photographic prints. Modern apartment or rowhouse complex, unidentified location. Photos by DH.

(4) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Modern residence in snow, unidentified location. Photos by DH.

(3) 5x7 and (1) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Reststop and camp area, with landscaped area, unidentified desert location. Photos by DH.

(5) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Simon's Sandwiches diner, unidentified location. Photos by DH.

(13) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Vernacular residences and school, unidentified location(s). Photos by DH.

(2) 3½x5½, B&W photomechanical postcards. Vernacular residences, unidentified location(s). Photos by DH.

(9) 5x7, B&W photographic prints. Unidentified locations, including landscapes and buildings. Photos by DH.

(5) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Unidentified locations, including landscapes and buildings, and Mrs. Haskell [?].Photos by DH.



Box 108 Folder 5 Trip photos, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1950s

(8) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. Various views.

(4) 8x10, B&W photographic prints. Unidentified apartment building, [Virginia ?].



Box 108 Folder 6 Unidentified printed materials., 1960s-1970s

Forum for Contemporary History, The Journal, part 2 of 3 parts. Henry B. Burnett, Jr., ed. Santa Barbara, CA, 1973. Printed pamphlet.

"Fresh Forms and New Directions From A Special Kind of Problem Solving." Photo by Walter Wagner, Jr. Architctural Record, May 1968, pp. 145-168. Re Kevin Roche.

"High School, Educational Reform." August 1965, pp. 139-148. Note: "Kump School, 'Bay Area' Quintessence." Re Henry M. Gunn Senior High School, Palo Alto.

[Houses being deomolished,] child's drawing. Colored marker on paper. Signed Eric Kohler. Undated.

"Housing in New York, Washington, Chicago, and Philadelphia." James Marston Fitch, author. Architectural Review, Sept. 1963, v. 134, pp. [192]-200.

"Rain Storm," U.S. Camera, 1957. Printed paper, 2 pp. Annotated on verso, photo by Pinkle[?]-Jones, instructor at California School of Fine Arts.