Avery Drawings & Archives Collections
 

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

Series V: Trips and Meetings

This series contains material regarding Douglas Haskell's trips and meetings to various places for panel discussions, conventions, exhibitions, dedications, award ceremonies, AIA conventions, symposia, expositions, openings, etc.

The folders in this series are arranged chronologically from 1957-1964, and thereunder in reverse chronological order.

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Box 62 Folder 1 to 2 1957

These folders mainly contain correspondence. Correspondents include AIA Washington, DC; Philadelphia Chapter—AIA; Smith & Persse; Connecticut Chapter—AIA; Westcott & Mapes; United States Steel Corporation; George F. Hellmuth; Eggers & Higgins; Connecticut General Life Insurance Company; Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.; New Jersey Society of Architects; Aluminum Company of America; American Federation of Arts; National Association of Students of Architecture; Construction Surveyors Institute; Purdue University; The Architectural League of New York; Detroit Chapter—AIA; Long Island Chapter—AIA; and many others.



Box 62 Folder 3 to 5 1958

These folders mainly contain correspondence. Correspondents include Purdue University; Florida Association of Architects; Delaware Chapter The Associated General Contractors of America, Inc.; American Public Works Association; AIA Washington, DC; New Jersey Chapter—AIA; Wayne State University; AIA South Atlantic District; Connecticut Chapter—AIA; Saint Louis University; ACTION (American Council to Improve Our Neighborhoods); National Education Association; Virginia Chapter—AIA; National Retail Dry Goods Association; and many others.



Box 63 Folder 1 to 2 1959

These folders mainly contain correspondence. Correspondents include The Architectural League of New York; Oberlin College; University of Florida; Board of Education, City of Chicago; New York Regional Chapter, American Institute of Planners; University of Michigan; Architects Society of Ohio; New York Chapter—AIA; California Council, AIA; Providence Preservation Society; Brazilian Embassy, Washington; Arcadia Metal Products; University of Missouri; The Michigan Society of Architects; and many others.



Box 63 Folder 3 to 5 1960

These folders mainly contain correspondence. Correspondents include Clapp & Poliak; The National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc.; Union Carbide Corporation; Hartford Chamber of Commerce; Canadian Good Roads Association; Regional Plan Association, Inc. (New York); Oklahoma City Junior Chamber of Commerce; MIT; National School Public Relations Association; American Society of Landscape Architects; New Jersey Chapter—AIA; University of Illinois; University of Texas; The Architectural League of New York; Trenton State College; Pratt Institute; Columbus Chapter—AIA; Yale University; National Home Fashions League, Inc.; Golden Triangle Association, Pittsburgh, PA; and many others.



Box 64 Folder 1 to 3 1961

These folders mainly contain correspondence. Correspondents include New Jersey Federation of Official Planning Boards; The Cleveland Chamber of Commerce; Connecticut General; Washington University; New York City Planning Commission; General Electric Company; National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington DC; Regional Plan Association, New York; Oberlin College; Farson, Huff & Northlich, Inc.; Columbia University (Four Great Makers Program); Women's Architectural Auxiliary; Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn, Inc.; George D. Madison & Co.; Michigan Society of Architects; Volkswagen of America, Inc.; Day-Brite Lighting, Inc.; Lexington Democratic Club; and many others.



Box 65 Folder 1 to 2 1962

These folders mainly contain correspondence. Correspondents include Redevelopment Authority, Boston City Hall Annex; Ohio University; University of Virginia; Columbia University; Webb & Knapp (Canada) Limited; Community Research and Development, Inc., (Maryland); American Air Filter; Urban Renewal Administration (Washington); AIA-ACSA, R-17 Committee on the Teaching of Architecture; New York Chapter—AIA; AIA Washington, DC; Marquette University; Rutgers University; New York State Citizens Committee for the Public Schools, Inc.; Regional Plan Association (New York); Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Commission; and many others.



Box 65 Folder 3 to 4 1963-64

These folders mainly contain correspondence. Correspondents include AIA—Washington DC; School Management Magazines, Inc.; MIT; National Educational Television and Radio Center; United States Savings and Loan League; University of Hartford; Syracuse University; Howard University; North Carolina Chapter—AIA; The Baltimore Museum of Art; New Jersey Society of Architects; American Society of Landscape Architects; AIA—ACSA (Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture); Harvard University; Building Research Institute; Joint Center for Urban Studies (MIT & Harvard); Public Housing Administration; Citizen's Council on City Planning; Columbia University; and many others.