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J. Max Bond Jr. papers, 1955-2009

Summary Information

At a Glance

Bib ID 8641981 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Bond, J. Max, Jr. ; Harlem Urban Development Corporation ; Battery Park City Authority ; Davis Brody Bond Aedas ; Davis, Brody & Associates ; Bond Ryder James, Architects, P.C. ; Bond Ryder Associates
Title J. Max Bond Jr. papers, 1955-2009
Physical Description 28 document boxes; 4 print boxes
Language(s) English , French .
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.

Arrangement

Arrangement

The collection is made up of six series: Office Records, Personal Papers, Faculty Papers, Professional Papers, Project Records, and Reference Materials.

Description

Scope and Content

This collection documents the life and career of J. Max Bond, Jr., one of the most influential and prominent African-American architects and educators in the United States. The collection primarily documents Bond's professional activities rather than his building projects; however, the collection does contain project records and office records. The collection is made up of six series: Office Records, Personal Papers, Faculty Papers, Professional Papers, Project Records, and Reference Materials.

Series I: Office Records contains papers related to the architectural firms where J. Max Bond, Jr. served as principal or partner. The series is made up of financial papers, the firms' mission statements, firm brochures, project photographs for the firm brochure, project lists and portfolios, some correspondence, and legal papers. The series in divided by subseries according to the firm, and include: Subseries 1: Bond Ryder Associates, Subseries 2: Bond Ryder James, Subseries 3: Davis Brody Associates, and Subseries 4: Davis Brody Bond, which also includes records for Davis Brody Bond Aedas.

Series II: Personal Papers is made up of some correspondence, pocket diaries/day planners, event invitations, Bond's Ghana Driver's License, alumni material for the Cambridge School and Harvard Graduate School of Design, photographs and slides from various travels and of family members, an oral history transcript of Bond's mother Ruth Clement Bond, and papers related to South Africa protests and activism.

Series III: Faculty Papers documents J. Max Bond, Jr.'s diverse career as an educator at institutions including Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana, Columbia University, and City College of New York. The series includes the research study Banda Nkwanta spearheaded while Bond was an instructor at KNUST. For the most part, the series contains reports and studies, some syllabi and class notes, and limited correspondence.

Series IV: Professional Papers is the heart of the collection and contains materials related to work done by J. Max Bond, Jr. outside of the various architectural firms he practiced in. The majority of the material in the series relates to the many juries, panels, design award juries and working group Bond served on throughout his career, as well to Bond's work with Architects' Renewal Committee in Harlem (ARCH). The series also includes lectures and writings by J. Max Bond, Jr..

Series V: Project Records covers J. Max Bond, Jr.'s architectural career spanning from his work in Ghana during the 1960s to his work with Davis Brody Bond Aedas in the 2000s. Documentation for each project is very incomplete and rarely include original architectural drawings. When there are original drawings for a project, they tend to be floor plan sketches in ink on yellow trace paper. Overall, project records usually contain some of the following: correspondence, floor and site plans, publicity materials, project proposals, reports, studies, photographs and slides. Projects represented in the collection include, among others, Apollo Performing Arts Center, Bolgatagna Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana), East St. Louis Housing, Frederick Douglass Circle, Harvard Club of New York City, Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, Langston Hughes Branch Library, Lionel and Gladys Hampton Houses, Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change, New York University Dormitory, Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and The Studio Museum in Harlem.

Series VI: Reference Materials includes clippings, pamphlets, essays, and books collected by Bond on topics such as architecture, urban planning, public housing, Harlem, Africa, and other related themes.

  • Series I: Office Records

    contains papers related to the architectural firms where J. Max Bond, Jr. served as principal or partner. The series is made up of financial papers, the firms' mission statements, firm brochures, project photographs for the firm brochure, project lists and portfolios, some correspondence, and legal papers. The series in divided by subseries according to the firm.

  • Series II: Personal Papers

    is made up of some correspondence, pocket diaries/day planners, event invitations, Bond's Ghana Driver's License, alumni material for the Cambridge School and Harvard Graduate School of Design, photographs and slides from various travels and of family members, an oral history transcript of Bond's mother Ruth Clement Bond, and papers related to South Africa protests and activism.

  • Series III: Faculty Papers

    documents J. Max Bond, Jr.'s diverse career as an educator at institutions including Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana, Columbia University, and City College of New York. The series includes the research study Banda Nkwanta spearheaded while Bond was an instructor at KNUST. For the most part, the series contains reports and studies, some syllabi and class notes, and limited correspondence.

  • Series IV: Professional Papers

    is the heart of the collection and contains materials related to work done by J. Max Bond, Jr. outside of the various architectural firms he practiced in. The majority of the material in the series relates to the many juries, panels, design award juries and working group Bond served on throughout his career, as well to Bond's work with Architects' Renewal Committee in Harlem (ARCH). The series also includes lectures and writings by J. Max Bond.

  • Series V: Project Records

    covers J. Max Bond, Jr.'s architectural career spanning from his work in Ghana during the 1960s to his work with Davis Brody Bond Aedas in the 2000s. Documentation for each project is very incomplete and rarely include original architectural drawings. When there are original drawings for a project, they tend to be floor plan sketches in ink on yellow trace paper. Overall, project records usually contain some of the following: correspondence, floor and site plans, publicity materials, project proposals, reports, studies, photographs and slides. Projects represented in the collection include, among others, Apollo Performing Arts Center, Bolgatagna Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana), East St. Louis Housing, Frederick Douglass Circle, Harvard Club of New York City, Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, Langston Hughes Branch Library, Lionel and Gladys Hampton Houses, Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change, New York University Dormitory, Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and The Studio Museum in Harlem.

  • Series VI: Reference Materials

    includes clippings, pamphlets, essays, and books collected by Bond on topics such as architecture, urban planning, public housing, Harlem, Africa, and other related themes.

Publication Date

1955-2009

Using the Collection

Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Restrictions on Access

This collection is available for use by appointment in the Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University. For further information and to make an appointment, please email avery-drawings@library.columbia.edu.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Permission to publish must be obtained in writing from the Director, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, 1172 Amsterdam Ave., MC 0301, New York, NY 10027.

Preferred Citation

J. Max Bond, jr. papers, 1955-2009, Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.

Related Material

J. Max and Ruth Clement Bond Papers at Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Shelley Hayreh, Archivist of Drawings & Archives in 2011.

Revision Description

2011-10-25 File created.

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

Subject Headings

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Library architecture Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
National Organization of Minority Architects (U.S.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
National University of Science and Technology (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Urban Land Institute Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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History / Biographical Note

History

J. Max Bond, Jr. was born on July 17th, 1935 in Louisville, Kentucky. He was the second of three children born to James Max Bond, Sr. and Ruth Elizabeth Clement Bond. His father, a prominent American educator, served as President of the University of Liberia during the 1950s.

As the son of two educators, Bond grew up on various university campuses in the South. The Bond family lived on the campus of Dillard University from 1938 to 1940 where J. Max Bond, Sr. served as Dean. The family moved to Alabama in 1940 when Bond, Sr. accepted the position of Dean of the School of Education at the Tuskegee Institute (today Tuskegee University). From 1944 to 1947, the family lived in Port-au-Prince, Haiti where Bond, Sr. worked for the US State Department's Inter-American Educational Foundation. After living in Haiti for a few years, the family settled back in the US in Atlanta, GA. Bond, Jr. attended Booker T. Washington High School in Atlanta. After graduating in June of 1949, Bond was accepted into Morehouse College, however, his parents felt he was too young for college. In the fall of 1949, Bond entered into The Cambridge School in Cambridge, MA. The train rides between Atlanta and Washington were segregated during this time so Bond would have to change to or from a segregated car in the train yard at D.C. Bond was the second African American student to attend the Cambridge School. He later wrote that "If [the Cambridge School] was a progressive school I can't imagine what a conservative one would have been like."

Bond was one of 11 African American students out of 1100 admitted to Harvard College in the fall of 1951. He graduated magna cum laude in June 1955, majoring in Architectural Science. In the fall of 1955, Bond entered the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Before entering, he was interviewed by Serge Chermayeff and he later wrote that they had a lively exchange where Chermayeff was impressed or at least amused by his youthful cockiness.

Bond's first year at H.G.S.D. proved challenging. As Bond later wrote, a faculty member at the School took him aside and said, "Mr. Bond you seem like a bright young man, but there have never been any great Negro Architects. So why don't you pick another profession." Despite the challenges facing minority students in H.G.S.D. , Bond continued to pursue his degree, graduating in 1958 with a Master of Architecture.

Bond spent the summer after obtaining his M.Arch. at H.G.S.D. in Tunisia. The architectural landscape had a strong impact on Bond, writing later, "I loved the spare landscape (including the olive groves) and the repetition of domes and arches. All in all it was the most impressive architectural experience I had ever had." In the fall of 1958, Bond left Tunisia for France on a Fulbright Grant where he worked with André Wogenscky, Le Corbusier's Chef d'Atelier. Bond worked on projects such as the Unite d'habitation de Briey-en-foret and a submission for a C.I.A.M. meeting.

Leaving France in the fall of 1960, Bond moved to New York where he worked for a time at Gruzen & Partners and later for Pedersen & Tilney. During this time, Bond met his wife Jean. They were married on October 7th, 1961.

Max and Jean moved to Accra, Ghana in the fall of 1964 because, as he wrote later, "of our interest in Africa and Pan-Africanism, [and because we shared] the feeling that Nkrumah was creating a progressive Socialist state. Others in our group shared the desire to live outside the U.S. Du Bois was in Ghana and we felt we could contribute something."

In Ghana, Bond work as an architect for the Ghana National Construction Company. While with the G.N.C.C., Bond worked on projects of interest to President Kwame Nkrumah, including the President's office and residence as well as the Regional Library in Bolgatanga. The Ghana Library Board had programmed several new regional libraries as part of the country's campaign to achieve full literacy. Therefore, the building was designed to include reference, adult and children's sections, and a small auditorium for the literacy program. The design of the building was based on local architecture in that each major space is expressed almost as a separate building, and all are entered from a common area. The building was designed to respond to the local hot-dry climate by natural means rather than by relying solely on air-conditioning. It was probably Bolgatanga Library that he had in mind when he wrote later, "I've always felt I grew up as an architect in Ghana."

Bond began his teaching career in 1965 as an instructor at the University of Science & Technology in Kumasi, Ghana. He accepted the position just a few months before Nkrumah was overthrown in a military coup in February 1966. Every summer, the U.S.T. sponsored research programs for the students, in which they would either work in the school's design office or go out to document villages and indigenous architecture. For one of these research programs, Bond spearheaded a report, Banda Nkwanta, in which the students measured a village and then in studio proposed ways of providing new neighborhoods. Bond later wrote, "Those of us on the faculty learned as much as the students."

Max and Jean returned to the US in the 1967, now with two children (Carey, born December 1964 and Ruth, born May 1966). Back in New York, Bond helped establish and served as the executive director of the Architect's Renewal Committee in Harlem (A.R.C.H.), one of the early community design centers that developed during the late 1960s and 1970s.

In 1968, Bond started teaching at Columbia in the Graduate School of Architecture & Planning. He served as Assistant and Associate Professor from 1969 until 1980, Professor from 1980 to 1985, and Chairman Division of Architecture from 1980 to 1984. After leaving Columbia, Max became the Dean of the School of Architecture and Environmental Studies at City College of New York until 1991.

In 1969, Max co-founded with Donald P. Ryder the architectural firm Bond Ryder Associates. The firm quickly became one of the leading African-American architecture firms in New York and the East Coast. From its inception, the firm was involved in a broad range of projects, including: medium and high density urban housing; urban planning and design; university, religious, and community complexes.

Max served as design architect for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center and Dr. King's entombment. The architecture of the Center was designed to reflect the nature of Dr. King's work and the continuing Civil & Human Rights Movement. Therefore, the formal organization, building proportions, elements and materials each have a spiritual, cultural, and in some cases economic relationship to the goals of the Center.

In 1983, the firm became Bond Ryder James, Architects, P.C. Alongside J. Max Bond, Jr. and Donald P. Ryder as principals was John A. James. Some of the notable projects designed by the firm include Schomburg Center in New York; the Studio Museum in Harlem; several housing developments; Permanent Mission of India to the U.N.; Birmingham Civil Rights Institute; and the Housing Study Choice and Flexibility in Housing for Battery Park City.

In 1991, Bond Ryder Associates joined forces with Davis, Brody Associates. As one of the four partners of DBA, Max continued to be responsible for the planning and design of major institutional, residential, cultural, and commercial developments. DBA associates included Tibbalds-Monro in London, Mwamuka-Mercuir in Harare, and Linda Mvusi/DA in Johannesburg. In 1994, the firm became Davis Brody Bond, which later became Davis Brody Bond Aedas. Davis Brody Bond served as the associate architect for the National September 11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center. At his death, Bond was the partner in charge of the museum portion of the memorial.

Besides being an educator and an architect, Bond was also very active in a larger professional realm. His extensive community service commitments included membership on the New York City Planning Commission from 1980 to 1986, the Municipal Arts Society Board, Board of Regents to the American Architectural Foundation, and the Trustee Board of the Studio Museum of Harlem. Max also served on many juries, panels, and design award juries including New York State Council on the Arts-Infill Housing Design Competition, Jamaican Governor General's Design Awards, the National Endowment for the Arts panels and the Presidential Design Awards Jury, and the Chrysler Awards. He was also a part of President-Elect Clinton's Round Table on "Design Initiatives Toward an Inclusive and Competitive America."

Among his many awards and honors are Honorary Doctorate from New Jersey Institute of Technology, membership with the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Award for Architecture from the Atlanta Urban Design Commission for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center; 1987 Whitney M. Young, Jr. citation Award from the American Institute of Architects; and the Harry B. Rutkins Memorial Award for Service the Profession from the New York Chapter of the AIA.

J. Max Bond, Jr. died of cancer at the age of 73 on February 18, 2009.

[Quotes have been taken from biographical notes stored on Bond's Desktop Files located in Box 26, Folder 8.]

Series I: Office Records

contains papers related to the architectural firms where J. Max Bond, Jr. served as principal or partner. The series is made up of financial papers, the firms' mission statements, firm brochures, project photographs for the firm brochure, project lists and portfolios, some correspondence, and legal papers. The series in divided by subseries according to the firm.

Subseries 1: Bond Ryder Associates

Box 01: Folder 08 Back Bay Station 1994

Legal Agreements with Kallman McKinnell & Wood, Architects, Inc.

Box 01: Folder 09 Correspondence 1993-1995
Box 01: Folder 10 to 19 Finances and Accounts Receivable 1987-1989

10 folders.

Box 01: Folder 20 Firm Brochures ca. 1970s-1980s

Includes notes and photographs. (2 folders)

Box 29 Firm Brochure Matted Photographs ca. 1970s-1980s
Box 01: Folder 22 Firm Stationary and Business Cards undated
Box 01: Folder 23 Lawsuit 2000

The Dime Savings Bank of New York, FSB, against Trevor A. Salmon, Crossland Savings FSB, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, J. Max Bond Jr. & Donald P. Bond Ryder Architects PC. Ryder, The United States of America.

Box 01: Folder 24 Project List ca. 1980s

Subseries 2: Bond Ryder James

Box 01: Folder 01 Corporate Records Binder 1983-1990
Box 01: Folder 02 Finances 1984-1986
Box 01: Folder 03 to 04 Firm Brochures ca. 1980s

(2 folders)

Box 01: Folder 05 Philosophy and Statement of Master Planning 1989
Box 01: Folder 06 Photographs for Firm Brochure undated

Mostly images of MLK Center, but also includes images of Equitable Building, Studio Museum, and Boltanga Library.

Box 01: Folder 07 Portfolio of Housing Designs undated

Includes project summaries of Marcus Garvey Park Housing, Atlantic Terminal Housing, Hampton Houses, Mary Holmes College Dormitories, Battery Park City, Towers on the Park Condominiums, Douglass Circle Housing.

Subseries 3: Davis Brody Associates

Box 02: Folder 01 to 04 Administrative Papers 1992-1993, 1995-1996

(4 folders)

Box 02: Folder 05 Agreement, DBA and Larsen Associated Architects 1993
Box 02: Folder 06 Agreement, DBA and TRW, Inc. 1993
Box 02: Folder 07 Area Guide undated
Box 02: Folder 08 Correspondence 1990-1995
Box 02: Folder 09 to 11 Finances 1990-1995

(3 folders)

Box 02: Folder 12 Firm Brochures ca. 1990

Includes new clippings on the DBA.

Box 02: Folder 13 Magazine Surveys and Questionnaires 1989-1991

Engineering News-Record, Interior Design Magazine, Building Design & Construction, Modern Healthcare, Crain's NY Business.

Box 02: Folder 14 Marketing 1991-1994
Box 02: Folder 15 Partners' Binder 1990
Box 02: Folder 16 to 18 Partners' Meeting Minutes and Notes 1990-1995

(3 folders)

Box 02: Folder 19 Relocation to London 1995
Box 02: Folder 20 to 24 Tibbalds Monro Partnership 1994-1996

(5 folders)

Box 03: Folder 01 to 07 Zimbabwe Projects 1991-1993

(7 folders)

Subseries 4: Davis Brody Bond

Box 03: Folder 08 to 21 Administrative Papers 1995-2002, 2004-2008

(14 folders)

Box 04: Folder 01 Aedas Annual Review 2006
Box 04: Folder 02 Agreements, Steve Davis 1999-2001
Box 04: Folder 03 Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Mate, Legal Practioners 2000
Box 26: Folder 01 "Build-A-Shelter," Intern Project 2006

Images of project done by DBB interns stored on CD-ROM.

Box 04: Folder 04 Contact List 2003
Box 26: Folder 02 Freelon/Bond undated

Publicity Handout announcing the partnership of The Freelon Group and Davis Brody Bond in the planning and design for the National Museum of African American history and Culture on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Box 04: Folder 05 to 18 Finances and Accounts 1998-2007, 2009

(14 folders)

Box 04: Folder 19 Firm Brochures ca. 2000s
Box 26: Folder 03 House Consultant Services for Urban Design 2002 Oct 18

Presentation Report presented to Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.

Box 04: Folder 20 Ivory Coast Housing 1998
Box 26: Folder 04 Kazakhstan Presentation 2006 Jul

PowerPoint Presentation stored on CD-ROM.

Box 04: Folder 21 Notes 2007-08

Includes some correspondence.

Box 04: Folder 22 U.S. General Services Administration 1997-2003

Series II: Personal Papers

is made up of some correspondence, pocket diaries/day planners, event invitations, Bond's Ghana Driver's License, alumni material for the Cambridge School and Harvard Graduate School of Design, photographs and slides from various travels and of family members, an oral history transcript of Bond's mother Ruth Clement Bond, and papers related to South Africa protests and activism.

Box 04: Folder 23 Pocket Diaries / Day Planner 1984-1994

12 items.

Box 05: Folder 27 Berea College Founders' Day Celebration in honor of James Bond 2003-2004

Includes a group photo of members of the Bond Family including J. Max Bond, Jr. and Julian Bond.

Box 05: Folder 28 Bond Family Tree 2004
Box 05: Folder 29 Cambridge School of Weston, The 1951

Yearbook and Certificate.

Box 05: Folder 30 Correspondence 1980-81, 1985-1992, undated
Box 26: Folder 05 Correspondence 1966 Mar 28

1 Letter from J. Max Bond, Jr. to his parents Dr. and Mrs. J. Max Bond, sent from U.S.T. in Kumasi, Ghana.

Box 26: Folder 06 Digital Photos 2001-2002

Images stored on CD-ROM.

Box 05: Folder 31 Event Invitations 1994
Box 05: Folder 32 to 34 Event Invitations 2000s

(3 folders)

Box 05: Folder 35 Events and Talks 1990-2007
Box 05: Folder 36 Ghana 1964, 1998, 2005

Correspondence and other papers regarding the construction of a personal home for J. Max and Jean Bond in Ghana; also included is J. Max Bond, Jr.'s Ghana Private Motor Driver's License issued in 1964.

Box 05: Folder 37 Harvard University Graduate School of Design 1993

Alumni Material.

Box 05: Folder 38 HistoryMakers, J. Max Bond Documentary Project 2002-2007
Box 06: Folder 01 New York State Education Department Identification 1962

Includes a photograph of J. Max Bond, Jr.

Box 33: Folder 11 Notebooks

2 items; includes sketches and floor plans.

Box 06: Folder 02 Photograph, Unidentified Portraits ca. 1900, ca. 1990s

Possibly relatives of J. Max Bond, Jr. [?]

Box 06: Folder 03 Photographs, J. Max Bond, Jr. 1963, 1980s-1990s
Box 06: Folder 04 Photographs, Miscellaneous 1980s

Includes photographs from vacations and various family functions; locations include Cuba, Columbia, Tuskegee, Martha's Vineyard, the Hamptons.

Box 06: Folder 05 Riverbend Housing Company, Inc. 1969-1973
Box 06: Folder 06 Ruth Clement Bond Oral History Transcript 1992, 2007

Interview conducted by Jewell Fenzi for The Foreign Affairs Oral History Collection of the Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training.

Box 06: Folder 07 Selective Service System 1957-1960

Includes Notice of Classification and Order to Report for Armed Forces Physical Examination.

Box 06: Folder 08 Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Zeta Boule of New York 2000-2006
Box 06: Folder 09 South Africa Protests 1960s

Includes Unity Movement Pamphlets, Memorandums and Addresses by Dr. Horace Mann Bond, I.B. Tabata.

Box 06: Folder 10 South Africa Protests 1981-1985

Includes "An Open Letter to Michael I. Sovern, President of Columbia University, From the Black Faculty and Administrators of Columbia University."

Box 06: Folder 11 Tom Feeling Sketches 1988
Box 24: Folder 08 Slides, Afghanistan 1955

Taken by George Bond(?)

Box 24: Folder 09 Slides, Bond Ryder Principals & Associates undated

Image of J. Max Bond with Bond Ryder Associates.

Box 24: Folder 10 Slides, Cuba 1968, 1980
Box 26: Folder 07 Slides, Davis Brody Bond undated

Image of J. Max Bond, Jr. with DBB associates.

Box 24: Folder 11 Slides, India 1957
Box 24: Folder 12 Slides, India 1999
Box 24: Folder 13 Slides, Malawi 1965
Box 24: Folder 14 Slides, Malawi undated
Box 24: Folder 15 Slides, Malawi House and Blantyre 1963
Box 24: Folder 16 Slides, Malawi School 1963
Box 24: Folder 17 Slides, Miscellaneous 1966, 1968

2 slides of an unidentified home.

Box 24: Folder 18 Slides, Miscellaneous 1985

Includes images of a parade possibly in Harlem celebrating MLK, Jr. and various images taken during a trip to Europe.

Box 24: Folder 19 Slides, Miscellaneous 1960

Includes images of family members, Puerto Rico, Dakar, and Morgan State.

Box 24: Folder 20 Slides, New York City undated
Box 24: Folder 21 Slides, North Africa 1959-1998
Box 24: Folder 22 Slides, Oakland 1992
Box 24: Folder 23 Slides, Ruth and Carey Bond 19671
Box 24: Folder 24 Slides, Washington, D.C. 1989
Box 24: Folder 25 Slides, Washington, D.C. 1986

Includes images of D.C. House and Family.

Box 24: Folder 26 Slides, Washington, D.C. 1968

Includes images of D.C. House and Family.

Box 24: Folder 27 Slides, Zimbabwe undated
Box 24: Folder 28 Photographs, City College Commencement ca. 1990
Box 24: Folder 29 Photographs, Langston Hughes Library Ground Breaking Ceremony 1999
Box 24: Folder 30 Photographs, St. Louis, MO 1998
Box 25: Folder 09 Clippings, Bond Family Members 1969-1997

Series III: Faculty Papers

documents J. Max Bond, Jr.'s diverse career as an educator at institutions including Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana, Columbia University, and City College of New York. The series includes the research study Banda Nkwanta spearheaded while Bond was an instructor at KNUST. For the most part, the series contains reports and studies, some syllabi and class notes, and limited correspondence.

Box 05: Folder 01 A. Philip Randolph Village Study 1991

Collaborative studio between CU GSAPP and City College Architectural Center at CCNY School of Architecture and Environmental Studies.

Box 05: Folder 02 Allen R. Hite Art Institute, Frederic Lindley Morgan Chair 1993

Correspondence and JMB's resume.

Box 25: Folder 23 Banda Nkwanta ca. 1966

Research study done at University of Science & Technology in Kumasi, Ghana.

Box 05: Folder 03 City College of New York 1994

Architecture Dean Search Committee.

Box 05: Folder 04 City College of New York 1997

Architectural History Project.

Box 05: Folder 04A City College of New York 1991 Feb

Five Year Plan for School of Architecture and Environmental Studies.

Box 05: Folder 05 City College of New York 1988-1991

Notes and Reports.

Box 05: Folder 06 City College of New York 1996-1997

Sesquicentennial Gala.

Box 05: Folder 07 City College of New York 1990-1992

School of Architecture and Environmental Studies.

Box 05: Folder 08 to 09 City College of New York 1985-2003

Correspondence. (2 folders)

Box 30: Folder 01 Columbia University, "How We Spent Our Spring Vacation" 1974

Prepared by the second year studio of the Graduate School of Architecture and Planning.

Box 05: Folder 10 Columbia University, "People as Builders: Strategies for Vitalizing Minority Communities" 1979 Dec 15

"A proposal for an exhibit and symposium to be held at the Graduate School of Architecture and Planning, Columbia University."

Box 05: Folder 11 Columbia University Point 1983-1985

Request for project submissions to be considered for publication; also included is a listing of minority students and faculty in the Graduate School of Architecture and Planning during 1983-1984.

Box 05: Folder 12 Columbia University, A Charrette on Housing for Harlem 1984 Jul

Draft report of the Charrette held at Columbia University on December 3 and 4, 1983; Prepared by the Minority Student Faculty Organization.

Box 05: Folder 13 Columbia University, A Proposal for a National Center for Housing and Neighborhood Development 1979 Oct 24

Submitted to the Ford Foundation by the Graduate School of Architecture and Planning and The Phelps-Stokes Fund.

Box 05: Folder 14 Columbia University, Comprehensive Studio III 1973-76
Box 05: Folder 15 Columbia University, Correspondence 1968-69, 1975-1983
Box 05: Folder 16 Columbia University, Faculty of Architecture and Planning 1976 Sep 28

Meeting Minutes.

Box 05: Folder 17 Columbia University, Interdepartmental Memorandums 1973-1985
Box 05: Folder 18 Columbia University, Report on the Trip to Southern Schools and Universities to Recruit Black Students for the School of Architecture 1969 Mar 19
Box 05: Folder 19 Columbia University, Shelter Design Study of Washington Heights--Inwood Neighborhood 1982 Jun
Box 05: Folder 20 Columbia University, Architecture Workshop 1984

Indo-US Subcommission on Education and Culture.

Box 05: Folder 21 Faculty Appointment Announcements 1974-1976
Box 05: Folder 22 Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi 1967
Box 05: Folder 23 to 24 Tulane University School of Architecture 1999

(2 folders)

Box 05: Folder 25 University of Louisville 1998-1999
Box 05: Folder 26 University of Michigan 2002-2003, 2007

Series IV: Professional Papers

is the heart of the collection and contains materials related to work done by J. Max Bond, Jr. outside of the various architectural firms he practiced in. The majority of the material in the series relates to the many juries, panels, design award juries and working group Bond served on throughout his career, as well to Bond's work with Architects' Renewal Committee in Harlem (ARCH). The series also includes lectures and writings by J. Max Bond.

Box 06: Folder 16 African Projects, Angola 1989

Correspondence, notes, and proposals.

Box 06: Folder 17 African Projects, Ghana 1996

Correspondence, notes, proposals and clippings.

Box 06: Folder 18 African Projects, Lagos 2005

Correspondence, notes, and proposals.

Box 06: Folder 19 African Projects, Togo 1990

Correspondence, notes, proposals and clippings.

Box 06: Folder 20 AIA Baltimore 1998
Box 06: Folder 21 AIA Certificates 2002-2007
Box 06: Folder 22 AIA Continental Europe, Conference 2004-2005
Box 06: Folder 23 AIA Continental Europe, Conference 2004
Box 06: Folder 36 AIA General 1987-2005

Max Whitney M. Young Citation, 1 photograph of Max Bond, and Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box 06: Folder 24 AIA Heritage Ball 2005

Honoring J. Max Bond; includes video of the event on CD-ROM.

Box 06: Folder 25 AIA Heritage Ball 2005
Box 06: Folder 26 AIA Honor Awards for Regional and Urban Design Jury 2006-2007
Box 06: Folder 27 AIA International Committee 2008
Box 06: Folder 28 AIA National Convention 2007
Box 06: Folder 29 AIA New York Chapter 1994-1999
Box 06: Folder 30 to 32 AIA New York State 1992-2006

(3 folders)

Box 06: Folder 33 AIA Philadelphia 1996
Box 06: Folder 34 AIA Staten Island 2000-2001
Box 06: Folder 35 AIA Washington D.C. 1994-2000
Box 07: Folder 01 AIA/Architectural Record Continuing Education 2001
Box 07: Folder 02 American Academy in Rome 1995-1997
Box 07: Folder 03 American Academy of Arts and Sciences [1 of 2] 1996-2004
Box 07: Folder 04 American Academy of Arts and Sciences [2 of 2] 1996-2004
Box 07: Folder 05 An American Architect: J. Max Bond, Jr. 1992

Student paper by Joseph Bergamini for Professor Tony Schuman at New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Box 07: Folder 06 Architects and Engineers for Obama 2008

"An Evening on the New Public Works: Design & Policy Excellence in Public Housing and Infrastructure."

Box 07: Folder 07 Architects' Renewal Committee in Harlem (ARCH) 1968-1973
Box 07: Folder 08 Architects' Renewal Committee in Harlem (ARCH) 1968-1969
Box 07: Folder 24 Architect's World, The 1968

Poster promoting Bond.

Box 07: Folder 09 Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility 1968

Conference.

Box 07: Folder 10 Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility 1990

New York Chapter.

Box 07: Folder 11 Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility 1991

Forum.

Box 07: Folder 12 Architectural License, Connecticut 1993-2008
Box 07: Folder 13 Architectural License, Delaware 2008-2009
Box 07: Folder 14 Architectural License, District of Columbia 1994-2006
Box 07: Folder 15 Architectural License, Georgia 2004-2009
Box 07: Folder 16 Architectural License, Illinois 1998-2006
Box 07: Folder 17 Architectural License, Kentucky 1998-2007
Box 07: Folder 18 Architectural License, Louisiana 2000-2009
Box 07: Folder 19 Architectural License, Maryland 1995-2008
Box 07: Folder 20 Architectural License, Massachusetts 1994-2007
Box 07: Folder 21 Architectural License, Missouri 1992-1993
Box 07: Folder 22 Architectural License, New Jersey 2004-2009
Box 07: Folder 23 Architectural License, New York 1993-2009
Box 07: Folder 25 Aristide Foundation for Democracy, The 1996
Box 07: Folder 26 Arnold W. Brunner Grant 1995

Proposed project: "Towards an Architecture of Engagement."

Box 07: Folder 27 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture International Convention 2002

Havana, Cuba.

Box 33: Folder 10 Awards, Certificates, and Honorary Degrees 1980s-2000s
Box 07: Folder 28 Blacklines Magazine Conference 2002 Apr

"Limitless Layers: Uncovering the full potential of all design possibilities."

Box 07: Folder 29 Brooke Russell Astor Award Selection Committee 2007
Box 30: Folder 02 Canadian Museum for Human Rights 2001 Nov

Appendices.

Box 30: Folder 02 Canadian Museum for Human Rights, The, 1 videocassettes (VHS) undated

Promotional Video. VHS : 1 item.; CD-ROM: 1 item.

Box 07: Folder 30 Canadian Museum for Human Rights, The, International Design Competition 2003
Box 30: Folder 02 Canadian Museum for Human Rights, The, International Design Competition 2005 Apr

Final Jury Report.

Box 30: Folder 02 Canadian Museum for Human Rights, The, International Design Competition 2005

Photographic Memento Album.

Box 08: Folder 01 Center for Architecture Foundation 2006-2007
Box 08: Folder 02 to 03 Center for Civil & Human Rights 2007-2008

Requests for proposals, Programming document, Reports, and Newspaper clippings. (2 folders)

Box 08: Folder 04 Century Association, The 1985-2002
Box 06: Folder 14 (CHAD) Charter High School for Architecture & Design 2003

Promotional material.

Box 08: Folder 05 Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design 1994

Nominee submission list.

Box 08: Folder 06 Church Raising Project 1996

Correspondence and clippings.

Box 08: Folder 07 City Planning Commission 2007

Public Hearing on Columbia University's Manhattanville Rezoning and Community Board 9's 197-a Plan.

Box 08: Folder 08 City Planning Commission, Midtown Development Report 1981
Box 25: Folder 01 Clippings, Africa 1994-2000
Box 25: Folder 02 Clippings, African American History 1970-1990
Box 25: Folder 03 Clippings, Bond Firms 1975, 1990
Box 25: Folder 16 Clippings, J. Max Bond 1960s-1970s
Box 25: Folder 17 Clippings, J. Max Bond 1980s
Box 25: Folder 04 Clippings, Miscellaneous 1975, 1993-1994
Box 25: Folder 05 Clippings, Projects 1960s-1970s
Box 25: Folder 06 Clippings, Projects 1980s
Box 25: Folder 07 Clippings, Projects 1990s
Box 25: Folder 08 Clippings, Projects 2000s
Box 08: Folder 10 Community Planning 2002

Invitations to join roundtables and committees.

Box 08: Folder 11 Community Service Program, College of Public and Community Service 1980

2 pamphlets.

Box 08: Folder 12 Concurrent Session SCUP Conference Proposal on Libraries 1995
Box 08: Folder 13 Conference on the Teaching of Engineering and Architecture (Havana, Cuba) 1986

Conference notebook.

Box 08: Folder 14 Conference, "New Homes for New York Neighborhoods" 1984

Co-Sponsored by The New York City Partnership, Inc., David Rockefeller, Chairman, and The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Box 08: Folder 15 Cooper Union, President's Council Member Biographies 2002
Box 08: Folder 16 Correspondence, 4 Architects 1999
Box 08: Folder 17 Correspondence, Andre Wogenscky 1960
Box 09: Folder 08 Correspondence, Contribution Requests 1996-1997
Box 08: Folder 18 Correspondence, General 1973, 1976-1977
Box 08: Folder 19 to 20 Correspondence, General 1980s

(2 folders)

Box 08: Folder 21 Correspondence, General 1990
Box 08: Folder 22 Correspondence, General 1991
Box 08: Folder 23 Correspondence, General 1992
Box 08: Folder 24 to 25 Correspondence, General 1993

(2 folders)

Box 08: Folder 26 Correspondence, General 1994
Box 08: Folder 27 Correspondence, General 1995
Box 08: Folder 28 Correspondence, General 1996
Box 08: Folder 29 to 30 Correspondence, General 1997

(2 folders)

Box 08: Folder 31 to 32 Correspondence, General 1998

(2 folders)

Box 08: Folder 33 to 34 Correspondence, General 1999

(2 folders)

Box 09: Folder 01 Correspondence, General 2000
Box 09: Folder 02 Correspondence, General 2001
Box 09: Folder 03 Correspondence, General 2002
Box 09: Folder 04 Correspondence, General 2003
Box 09: Folder 05 Correspondence, General 2004
Box 09: Folder 06 Correspondence, General 2005
Box 09: Folder 07 Correspondence, General 2006, 2008, undated
Box 09: Folder 09 Correspondence, International Education Exchange Program 1958

Regarding a grant to study Architecture at the Ecole du Louvre in Paris, France.

Box 09: Folder 10 Correspondence, Mwamuka Mercury & Associate Architects and Manilius Garber Jarett-Yarkey & Partners 1994
Box 09: Folder 11 Correspondence, References 1997
Box 09: Folder 12 Correspondence, US Department of State 1968

Regarding travel to Cuba.

Box 09: Folder 13 Design Trust for Public Space, INC. 1995-2003
Box 26: Folder 08 Desktop Files 2001 Dec

Archived on CD-ROM; includes files for Apollo Performing Arts Center, drafts of writings and talks, and biographical notes .

Box 09: Folder 14 Detroit Design Charrette 2002-2003
Box 09: Folder 15 Detroit Design Charrette 2003
Box 09: Folder 16 Directory of African American Architects 1991
Box 09: Folder 17 Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, Courts Project 1993-1996

Correspondence.

Box 09: Folder 18 Downtown Macon Design Competition 1997
Box 09: Folder 19 Educational Facilities Studies ca. 1969
Box 09: Folder 20 Essay on Miles Davis ca. 1991
Box 09: Folder 21 Event Invitations 2003
Box 09: Folder 22 FAIA 1994-1995
Box 09: Folder 23 FAIA 1997-2001

Nomination of Donald R. Blair.

Box 09: Folder 24 Fontainebleau Association, Ecoles d'Art Americanines 2001-2002
Box 09: Folder 25 Freedom Park Architectural Competition 2002-2003
Box 09: Folder 26 Freedom Park Architectural Competition 2003

Agenda.

Box 09: Folder 27 to 28 Freedom Park Architectural Competition 2003-2004

(2 folders)

Box 10: Folder 01 to 02 Freedom Park Architectural Competition 2003-2004

(2 folders)

Box 26: Folder 09 Ghana Institute of Architects 1964-1965

Minutes of a Council Meetings held at the Office of the Chief Architect, G.N.C.C.

Box 10: Folder 03 Ghana Projects, Miscellaneous 1991-2000
Box 16: Folder 14 Ghann, Accra-Tema-Akosombo Regional Programme and Plan ca. 1960s

Interim Report produced by Doxiades Associates.

Box 16: Folder 15 Governor's Design Awards Catalog 1987
Box 10: Folder 04 Graduate School of Design, Harvard University 1995-2001
Box 10: Folder 05 Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce 1996-2003
Box 06: Folder 12 "Harlem + : A Land Use and Economic Development Master Plan," The Arthur Andersen Real Estate Service Group and Davis Brody Bond 1996

Summary Proposal.

Box 10: Folder 06 Harlem Empowerment Zone 1993-2001

Physical development meeting minutes, Design/Planning Study, Correspondence, and Notes.

Box 10: Folder 07 to 09 Harlem Urban Development Corporation 1991

Binder (in 3 folders)

Box 10: Folder 10 Harlem Urban Development Corporation 1993

Harlem Area Statistics For Planning Areas, Briefing Information, HUDC booklets.

Box 10: Folder 11 Harvard Graduate School of Design, Visiting Committee Meeting 2002
Box 10: Folder 12 Harvard Urban Field Service, The (Cuba) 1968-1973
Box 10: Folder 13 Historically Black Colleges 1995

Facilities Evaluations.

Box 10: Folder 14 Historically Black Colleges

Ideas: correspondence, notes, and clippings.

Box 26: Folder 10 Indo-U.S. Sub-Commission on Education and Culture Seminar 1981 Nov

Seminar on Architecture and Community Planning.

Box 10: Folder 15 J. Max Bond, Jr. Interview 1990

Interview conducted by Thomas A. Dutton.

Box 10: Folder 16 Journals [1 of 5] 1986, 1989, 1993-2005

17 items.

Box 10: Folder 17 Journals [2 of 5] 1986, 1989, 1993-2005
Box 10: Folder 18 Journals [3 of 5] 1986, 1989, 1993-2005
Box 11: Folder 01 Journals [4 of 5] 1986, 1989, 1993-2005
Box 11: Folder 02 Journals [5 of 5] 1986, 1989, 1993-2005
Box 11: Folder 03 Kent State University 2005

Florence lecture.

Box 11: Folder 04 Kisoson Realty Corp. 1997

Notice of Settlement.

Box 11: Folder 05 Lawsuit, Frank Williams & Partners vs. Perl Properties, Inc. 2003

Affidavit of J. Max Bond, Jr.

Box 24: Folder 02 Lecture Materials, Binder undated

Includes slides, photographs, notes, and CD-ROM.

Box 11: Folder 06 Lecture, "A Public Architecture, Not Just Another Pretty Façade" 2002

CCAC Architecture Lecture Series.

Box 11: Folder 07 Lecture, "A View of Architecture and Development" 2007

Lecture presented at Tuskegee University.

Box 24: Folder 04 Lecture, "African Canvas," Tunisia, Ghana undated

Slides.

Box 11: Folder 08 Lecture, "Architecture and Architectural Practice in Africa and America" 1995

Contemporary African Architecture and Urbanism Symposium.

Box 11: Folder 09 Lecture, "Harlem: Evolution of Revitalization" 2001

Urban Land Institute.

Box 11: Folder 10 Lecture, "If Buildings Were For People: responding to need and desire" 1999

Morgan Lecture for the Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville.

Box 11: Folder 11 Lecture, "Post European Architecture" 1978

Lecture presented at the School of Architecture & Environmental Studies at City College of New York.

Box 11: Folder 12 Lecture, "Productivity, Health, and Safety in Constructed Facilities" 2000

Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment (BICE) of the National Research Council.

Box 11: Folder 16 Lecture, AIA's "Multiculturalism and Leadership in Education and Practice, 2 audiocassettes
Box 11: Folder 13 Lecture, Architecture Talk 2004

Given at Howard University and Cooper Union; includes slides and CD-ROM.

Box 11: Folder 16 Lecture, Cooper Hewitt, 1 audiocassettes 1994 Apr 12
Box 11: Folder 14 Lecture, Ghana Talk at NYU 2005

Includes a CD-ROM entitled "NYU Presentation 3.2.05."

Box 11: Folder 15 Lecture, Jazz Museum Talk & Discussion 2005
Box 11: Folder 16 to 18 Lecture, Notes and Drafts 1990s

(3 folders)

Box 11: Folder 19 Lecture, Notes and Drafts 1990s-2000s
Box 11: Folder 20 Lecture, Notes and Drafts 1990s-2000s
Box 24: Folder 05 Lecture, Slides ca. 1989

Includes some notes.

Box 24: Folder 06 Lecture, Slides ca. 1998

Includes some photographs and negatives.

Box 24: Folder 07 Lecture, Slides ca. 1992

Includes travel material for Harare, Zimbabwe.

Box 24: Folder 01 Lecture, Working Cities 1998

Notes, drafts, and lecture slides.

Box 11: Folder 21 Lincoln Park Redevelopment Concept (Newark, NJ) 2001
Box 11: Folder 22 to 23 Little Rock Roundtable Design Initiatives Toward an Inclusive and Competitive America 1992

Presidential Transition Roundtable Series. (2 folder)

Box 12: Folder 01 Lower Manhattan Redevelopment 2001-2002

Includes material from the NYCRebuild Planning Task Force, as well as news clippings on the September 11th Terrorist Attacks.

Box 12: Folder 02 Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Project 2002-2003

Design Committee.

Box 12: Folder 03 Mayors Institute on City Design, The (Charlottesville, VA) 1991
Box 12: Folder 04 Midtown-West Conference 2003
Box 30: Folder 03 Midtown-West: Development Options Conference 2002

Draft program.

Box 12: Folder 05 Mutasa Tour Schedule 1994
Box 12: Folder 06 Nakheel Design Summit 2004

Executive Summary; also included is material related to Dubai Waterfront development.

Box 12: Folder 07 to 09 National Council of Architectural Registration Boards 1991-2007

Documentation. (3 folders)

Box 12: Folder 10 National Foreign Affairs Training Center 2003

Responses to the Questions & Answer Session from the Site Visit for the NFATC.

Box 12: Folder 11 National Organization of Minority Architects 1994-2006

Membership correspondence.

Box 12: Folder 12 National Organization of Minority Architects 1999

National Conference in Charlotte, NC.

Box 12: Folder 13 National Organization of Minority Architects 1989

National Conference in San Francisco, CA.

Box 12: Folder 14 National Research Council, Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment 2001-2002
Box 12: Folder 15 National Research Council, Committee to Assist the Architect of the Capitol 2002

Statement of Acceptance, and "Potential Sources of Bias and Conflict of Interest" Form.

Box 12: Folder 16 National Research Council, Master Plan for U.S. Capitol and Grounds 2003
Box 12: Folder 17 National Urban Coalition, The 1972

Steering Committee Meeting.

Box 06: Folder 15 Neighborhood Strategy for East Harlem Report, A 1982

New York City Department of City Planning.

Box 12: Folder 18 New Jersey Institute of Technology, Honorary Degree Recipient 1993

Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa; includes a photograph of J. Max Bond, Jr. receiving his honorary diploma.

Box 12: Folder 19 New Orleans Neighborhood Planning 2005-2006

Notes and correspondence.

Box 12: Folder 20 to 23 New York Building Congress 2002-2006

(4 folders)

Box 12: Folder 24 New York Civil Liberties Union [1 of 3] 1992-2002

Board of Directors Meeting Agendas and Minutes.

Box 12: Folder 25 New York Civil Liberties Union [2 of 3] 1998-2003

Board of Directors Meeting Agendas and Minutes.

Box 13: Folder 01 New York Civil Liberties Union [3 of 3] 1998-2003

Board of Directors Meeting Agendas and Minutes.

Box 13: Folder 02 to 03 New York Coalition of Black Architects 1989-1999

(2 folders)

Box 13: Folder 04 Newman Institute City Roundtable Symposium 2006

"Harlem in Our Eyes: Sustaining Cultural Legacy in a Rapidly Changing Neighborhood."

Box 13: Folder 05 Notebooks and Sketchbooks undated
Box 13: Folder 06 NYC Planning Commission 1979

Finical disclosure forms.

Box 13: Folder 07 NYC Rebuild Task Force 2001
Box 13: Folder 08 NYC School Construction Authority 1989-1991
Box 13: Folder 09 to 11 Pan African Parliament Competition 2005-2007

(3 folders)

Box 13: Folder 12 Portfolio of Work ca. 1996
Box 26: Folder 11 Poster for Forum on Social Responsibility and the Design Professions 1991 Mar 2

Sponsored by Architects, Designers and Planners for Social Responsibility/New York. J. Max Bond, Jr. was on a panel on "Ethics Vs. Esthetics in the Discourse of Design."

Roll 01 Posters, Miscellaneous 1987, 1993, undated

1987 AIA National Convention, "Fact Future + Fantasy;" "Spaces & Places: A photographic exhibit convenying the contributions, aspirations and aesthetic values of Afro0Americans as reflected in architecture;" "African American Architects in Current Practice , 1993."

Box 13: Folder 13 Pratt Center for Community Development 2008

Anniversary Tribute Journal honoring Max Bond.

Box 13: Folder 14 Pratt Institute Center for Community & Environmental Development (PICCED) 2002-2003
Box 13: Folder 15 Pratt Institute Center for Community & Environmental Development (PICCED) 2005-2008
Box 14: Folder 01 to 03 Pratt Institute Center for Community & Environmental Development (PICCED) 2005-2008

(3 folders)

Box 14: Folder 04 Presentation, Lecture Binder 2003-2006

Includes notes and presentation slides for lectures on the World Trade Center Memorial and the Jazz Museum in Harlem.

Box 14: Folder 05 Presidential Design Awards 1988

Achievement Jury.

Box 14: Folder 06 Presidential Design Awards 1992
Box 14: Folder 07 Recommendations 1994-1998
Box 14: Folder 08 to 09 Regional Plan Association 1994-2006

(2 folders)

Box 14: Folder 10 Regional Plan Association 2006

Newark Master Vision Plan Workshop.

Box 14: Folder 11 to 13 Regional Plan Association 1990s-2000s

(3 folders)

Box 15: Folder 01 to 03 Regional Plan Association 1990s-2000s

(3 folders)

Box 15: Folder 04 Regional Plan Association 1990s-2000s
Box 15: Folder 05 Resume and Short Professional Biographies undated
Box 15: Folder 06 Resume and Short Professional Biographies ca. 1990s
Box 15: Folder 07 Review of the Capitol Master Plan, The National Academies 2004

Workshop I: Vision for the U.S. Capitol in 2005.

Box 15: Folder 08 Review African American Architects in Current Practice, by Jack Travis 1992

Reviewed by J. Max Bond, Jr.

Box 15: Folder 09 Review The Glass House, by John Hix 1981

Reviewed by J. Max Bond, Jr.

Box 15: Folder 10 Roosevelt Island Housing undated

Article on J. Max Bond's reaction to UDC's RI Housing Commission.

Box 15: Folder 11 Roosevelt Island Housing Competition 1975

New York State Urban Development Corporation.

Box 15: Folder 12 Roxbury Master Plan and Implementation Strategy 1999

Boston Redevelopment Authority.

Box 15: Folder 13 Roy DeCarava Talk 1994

Bond's Notes.

Box 26: Folder 12 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture 1987

Various event and discussion materials.

Box 15: Folder 14 Sketchbooks and Notebooks undated
Box 15: Folder 15 Speech to Architects and Planners against the war in Viet Nam, by J. Max Bond, Jr. 1968
Box 15: Folder 16 Spelman College, Cosby Academic Center 1991

Correspondence and Committee Meeting Minutes.

Box 26: Folder 13 Stored Computer Files undated

13 3.5" Floppy Disks and 1 Zip Disk.

Box 15: Folder 17 Studio Museum in Harlem, The 2002

Frederick Douglass Circle Artists Selection.

Box 15: Folder 18 Studio Museum in Harlem, The 2000. 2003

News clippings.

Box 15: Folder 19 to 20 Studio Museum in Harlem, The 1994-2000

Board Meeting Minutes. (2 folders)

Box 16: Folder 01 Sugar Hill Project at 155th Street, Design Advisory Committee 2008
Box 16: Folder 02 Transition Search Committee for Mayor-Elect David Dinkins 1989-1990

Committee Binder.

Box 16: Folder 03 Tuskegee Institute, Center for Afro-American Architecture 1980 Jan

Planning Workshop #4.

Box 16: Folder 04 United Nations Development Programme 1996-1997
Box 16: Folder 05 University Design Studios 2000-2002
Box 16: Folder 06 Urban Habitats Competition 2005

Binder.

Box 16: Folder 07 Urban Land Institute 1998, 2001
Box 06: Folder 13 "We Design II" Project 1994
Box 16: Folder 08 West Harlem Group Assistance, Inc. 2002
Box 16: Folder 09 White House Comprehensive Design Plan 1995
Box 24: Folder 03 World Trade Center Memorial 2004

Photographs of a site visit given to Bond from Governor George Pataki.

Box 16: Folder 10 World War II Monument Jury, General Service Administration 1996-1999
Box 16: Folder 11 World War II Monument Jury, General Service Administration 1996-1998
Box 16: Folder 12 Writings, "Working Cities" 2000
Box 26: Folder 14 Writings, Articles and Reviews [1 of 2] 1960-2007
Box 26: Folder 15 Writings, Articles and Reviews [2 of 2] 1960-2007
Box 16: Folder 13 Writings, Drafts 1997

Series V: Project Records

covers J. Max Bond, Jr.'s architectural career spanning from his work in Ghana during the 1960s to his work with Davis Brody Bond Aedas in the 2000s. Documentation for each project is very incomplete and rarely include original architectural drawings. When there are original drawings for a project, they tend to be floor plan sketches in ink on yellow trace paper. Overall, project records usually contain some of the following: correspondence, floor and site plans, publicity materials, project proposals, reports, studies, photographs and slides. Projects represented in the collection include, among others, Apollo Performing Arts Center, Bolgatagna Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana), East St. Louis Housing, Frederick Douglass Circle, Harvard Club of New York City, Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, Langston Hughes Branch Library, Lionel and Gladys Hampton Houses, Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change, New York University Dormitory, Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and The Studio Museum in Harlem.

Box 16: Folder 16 "Pfizer Site," Broadway Triangle Redevelopment (Williamsburg, Brooklyn) 2005-2008

Correspondence, Request for Proposals, and Assessment Report.

Box 16: Folder 17A "Shymkent Plaza" Project (Almaty City, Kazakhstan) 2006

Correspondence and Competition contracts.

Box 16: Folder 17B 18th & Vine Redevelopment Project (Kansas City, MO) 1992-1993

Concept Plan and Memorandums.

Box 31: Folder 01 96th Street Apartments (New York, NY) 1998

Zoning-Mass Diagrams.

Box 31: Folder 02 138th Street and 5th Avenune (New York, NY)

Site plans and floor plans (some original ink on trace drawings.)

Box 31: Folder 03 492 Street Nicholas Avenue (New York, NY) 2002

Site plans and floor plans.

Box 16: Folder 18 Apollo Performing Arts Center (New York, NY) 2002

Agreement for Consulting Services.

Box 16: Folder 19 Apollo Performing Arts Center (New York, NY) 2001

Agreement for Interim Architectural Services between Apollo Theater Foundation, Inc. and Davis Brody Bond, LLP.

Box 16: Folder 20 Apollo Performing Arts Center (New York, NY) 2002

Presentation Proposal.

Box 16: Folder 21 Apollo Performing Arts Center (New York, NY) 2002

Project Binder [1 of 3].

Box 16: Folder 22 Apollo Performing Arts Center (New York, NY) 2002

Project Binder [2 of 3].

Box 16: Folder 23 Apollo Performing Arts Center (New York, NY) 2002

Project Binder [3 of 3].

Box 16: Folder 24 Atlantic Terminal Urban Renewal Area Housing (Brooklyn, NY) 1968-1973

Reports, Master plan, and 1 newspaper clipping.

Box 16: Folder 25 Atlantic Terminal Urban Renewal Area Housing (Brooklyn, NY) 1968-1973

Photographs and Images.

Box 22: Folder 04A Audubon Biomedical Research Building, Columbia University Medical Center (New York, NY) 2007

Proposal and note.

Box 22: Folder 04B Audubon Biomedical Research Building, Columbia University Medical Center (New York, NY) undated

2 exterior photographs.

Box 16: Folder 26 to 27 Battery Park Place (New York, NY) 1988

Plans, Correspondence, Photographs, and Clippings (2 folders).

Roll A84.03 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL) ca. 1986

Architectural drawings : 8 items

Box 17: Folder 01 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL), 1 audiocassettes 1986 Nov 06

Ruth Wakins #1

Box 17: Folder 01 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL), 1 audiocassettes 1986

Ruth Wakins #2

Box 17: Folder 01 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL), 1 audiocassettes 1986 Nov 05

Rev. John Porter and Dr. John Nixon

Box 17: Folder 01 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL), 1 audiocassettes 1986 Nov 07

Recordings of Task Force Meetings

Box 17: Folder 01 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL), 1 audiocassettes 1987 Mar 11

Recordings of Task Force Meetings

Box 17: Folder 02 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL) 1986

Workbook.

Box 17: Folder 03 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL) 1986

Slides.

Box 17: Folder 04 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL) ca. 1993

Photographs and Negatives; includes an image of J. Max Bond, Jr.

Box 26: Folder 16 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL), 1 audiocassettes 1986 Nov 06

Rev. Edward Gardner and Arthur Shores.

Box 26: Folder 16 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL), 1 audiocassettes undated

Mike Robbins and Bob Corley.

Box 26: Folder 17 Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL), 2 videocassettes (VHS) 1986 Nov 07

Interviews.

Box 17: Folder 05 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) undated

Article written by Max Bond.

Box 17: Folder 06 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) 1965

Architectural Drawings; 18 items.

Box 17: Folder 07 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) 2008

"Bolgatanga Library: Adaptive Modernism in Ghana 40 Years On," by Ola Uduku (School of Architecture, Edinburgh College of Art).

Box 17: Folder 08 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) 1968

Article written by Max Bond forForum.

Box 17: Folder 09 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) ca. 1968

Photographs.

Box 17: Folder 10 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) ca. 1968

Photographs.

Box 17: Folder 12 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) undated

Slides.

Box 22: Folder 05 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) 1967

Photographs and contact sheets.

Box 17: Folder 11 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) ca. 1968

Project Binder; includes images for Bolgatanga Library as well as other library designed by Bond such as the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.

Box 31: Folder 04 Bolgatanga Library (Bolgatanga, Ghana) ca. 1968

Contact sheets and negatives.

Box 17: Folder 13 Bushwick BP-60 (Brooklyn, NY) 1974

Proposal for housing development.

Box 31: Folder 05 Bushwick BP-60 (Brooklyn, NY) 1974

Conceptual Plan.

Box 17: Folder 14 Columbia University, Health Sciences Division (New York, NY) 1994

Master plan.

Box 31: Folder 06 Common Ground (Brooklyn, NY) 2008

Site plans and floor plans.

Box 17: Folder 15 Common Ground (Brooklyn, NY) 2008

Includes Site Plan Studies.

Box 17: Folder 16 to 17 Coney Island Strategic Redevelopment (Brooklyn, NY) 2004-2005

Project Binder. (2 folders)

Box 31: Folder 07 Coney Island Strategic Redevelopment (Brooklyn, NY) 2004-2005

Preschematic Proposal.

Box 17: Folder 18 to 20 Constitutional Court Building of South Africa Competition (Johannesburg, South Africa) 1997

Correspondence, Plans, Clippings, and Reference material. (3 folders)

Box 17: Folder 21 Convent Avenue Baptist Church (New York, NY) undated

Slides.

Box 31: Folder 08 Dillard University (New Orleans, LA) 2000-2001

Site plans and Presentation Proposals for International Center for Economic Freedom Building and Powerhouse Theatre.

Box 22: Folder 06 Dillard University, International Center for Economic Freedom (New Orleans, LA) 2004

Presentation Portfolio.

Box 17: Folder 22 Dostyk Center Architectural Concept Competition (Kazakhstan) 2006

Competition Guidelines and DBB Presentation on CD-ROM.

Box 17: Folder 23 to 24 Dostyk Center Architectural Concept Competition (Kazakhstan) 2006

Correspondence. (2 folders)

Box 22: Folder 07 Dowdy Residence (New York, NY) 1982

Architectural Drawings.

Box 17: Folder 25 East Harlem Triangle Housing (New York, NY) undated

Photograph of exterior.

Box 31: Folder 09 East Harlem Triangle Housing (New York, NY) 1968 Aug

Planning Report.

Box 17: Folder 26 East St. Louis Housing (St. Louis, MO) 1970

Plans and Images of models.

Roll 02 East St. Louis Housing (St. Louis, MO) ca. 1970

Site Plans, Floor Plans, Elevation Studies.

Box 31: Folder 10 East St. Louis Housing (St. Louis, MO) ca. 1970

Site Plans, Floor Plans, Elevation Studies.

Box 17: Folder 27 to 28 Equitable Life Assurance Society Office Buildings 1983-1991

Photographs. (2 folders)

Box 17: Folder 29 First United Methodist Church of Corona (Queens, NY) 1979

Design and Feasibility Report.

Box 18: Folder 01 Frederick Douglass Circle (New York, NY) 1972

Site plans, Photographs of models, and newspaper clipping.

Box 18: Folder 02 Frederick Douglass Circle (New York, NY)

12 Slides of Project Staff; includes many images of J. Max Bond, Jr.

Box 22: Folder 08 Frederick Douglass Circle (New York, NY) 1986

Construction photographs.

Box 31: Folder 11 Frederick Douglass Circle (New York, NY) 1970 Mar

Density, Massing and Programming Study/Final Report.

Box 18: Folder 03 to 06 Frederick E. Samuels Houses (New York, NY) 1988-1990

Floor plans, NY Department of Buildings Applications, Amendments and Forms. (4 folders)

Box 22: Folder 09 Greenwich Street South (New York, NY) 2003

Urban Design Plan Presentation Slide Print Out.

Box 31: Folder 12 Hands Exhibit 2007

Concept Layouts and Memorandums.

Box 18: Folder 07 Harare Development 1994

Outline of proposed development procedures.

Box 31: Folder 13 Harlem Children's Zone (New York, NY) undated

Conceptual Elevation Rendering (computer generated image in color.)

Box 18: Folder 08 Harlem Community Center (New York, NY) 1969

Preliminary Program Analysis.

Box 31: Folder 14 Harlem Home Ownership Project (New York, NY) undated

Preschematic Proposal.

Box 22: Folder 10 Harlem Hospital Center, The (New York, NY) 1986

North General Hospital Residential Developments Proposal, clippings, and photocopies of sketches.

Box 22: Folder 11 Harlem Park (New York, NY) 2005

Architectural Drawings and correspondence.

Box 18: Folder 09 Harlem Pier Project (New York, NY) 2001

Presentation Proposal Report.

Box 32: Folder 01 Harvard Club of New York City (New York, NY) 2000

Presentation, Plans, Conceptual Renderings.

Box 32: Folder 02 Hunters Point Shipyard Charrette 2006

Presentation Reports, Correspondence, Meeting notes, and Site plans.

Box 16: Folder 17C Kentucky Center for African American Heritage 2005 Jun 20

Proposal Binder.

Box 18: Folder 10 Kentucky Center for African American Heritage 2002-2004

Project Binder #1.

Box 18: Folder 16 Kentucky Center for African American Heritage

Project Binder #4, "Wondercabinet Exhibition Layout."

Box 18: Folder 17 Kentucky Center for African American Heritage

Project Binder #5, "Wondercabinet Exhibition Layout."

Box 32: Folder 03 Kentucky Center for African American Heritage 2001

Plans and Elevations.

Box 18: Folder 14 Kentucky Center for African American Heritage [1 of 2] 2002-2004

Project Binder #3.

Box 18: Folder 11 Kentucky Center for African American Heritage [1 of 3] 2002-2004

Project Binder #2.

Box 18: Folder 15 Kentucky Center for African American Heritage [2 of 2] 2002-2004

Project Binder #3.

Box 18: Folder 12 Kentucky Center for African American Heritage [2 of 3] 2002-2004

Project Binder #2.

Box 18: Folder 13 Kentucky Center for African American Heritage [3 of 3] 2002-2004

Project Binder #2.

Box 32: Folder 04 Langston Hughes Branch Library (Queens, NY) 1995

Plans and Details.

Box 19: Folder 01 Lionel & Gladys Hampton Houses (New York, NY) undated

Photographs and Images.

Box 19: Folder 02 Lionel & Gladys Hampton Houses (New York, NY) undated

Floor plans.

Box 19: Folder 03 Lionel & Gladys Hampton Houses (New York, NY) undated

Slides.

Box 19: Folder 04 Logan Gardens undated

Slides.

Box 19: Folder 05 Malcolm X Cultural and Memorial Center (New York, NY) 2002-2004

NYC Economic Development Corp. Contract.

Box 32: Folder 05 Malcolm X Cultural and Memorial Center (New York, NY) undated

Presentation Proposal.

Box 32: Folder 06 Manhattanville Housing (New York, NY) undated

Site analysis and images of site models.

Box 22: Folder 12 Manhattanville, Columbia University (New York, NY) 2004

Development Proposal Presentation to Community Board.

Box 19: Folder 06 Marcus Garvey Park Village (Brooklyn, NY) 1971

Photographs of models and 1 newspaper clipping.

Box 32: Folder 07 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA)

4 oversize images and Atlanta Urban Design Commission Award of Excellence Certificate.

Box 19: Folder 07 to 08 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) undated

Slides. (2 folders)

Box 19: Folder 09 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) ca. 1974-1975

Floor plans, Site plans, and Sections.

Box 19: Folder 10 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) ca. 1974-1975

Photographs and images of models.

Box 19: Folder 11 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) ca. 1974-1975

Photographs of exterior and interior.

Box 19: Folder 12 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) ca. 1974-1975

Photographs of exterior and interior.

Box 19: Folder 13 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) ca. 1974-1975

Negatives.

Box 19: Folder 14 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) ca. 1974-1975

News clippings.

Box 19: Folder 15 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) ca. 1974-1975

Center brochure and souvenirs.

Box 19: Folder 16 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) 1973, 1993-1994

Correspondence, reports, other project related papers.

Box 19: Folder 17 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) 1991

Project Binder [1 of 2].

Box 19: Folder 18 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change (Atlanta, GA) 1991

Project Binder [2 of 2].

Box 19: Folder 19 Mary Holmes College (West Poing, MS) 1968

Dormitories, proposal plan.

Box 19: Folder 20 Mary Holmes College (West Poing, MS) ca. 1968

Dormitories, floor plans and site plans.

Box 19: Folder 21 Mary Holmes College (West Poing, MS) ca. 1968

Dormitories, photographs.

Box 19: Folder 22 Mary Holmes College (West Poing, MS) undated

Dormitories, slides.

Box 19: Folder 23 Mary Holmes College (West Poing, MS) ca. 1968

Science Building, plans and elevations.

Box 32: Folder 08 Mary Holmes College (West Poing, MS) ca. 1968

2 images of the model for the Science Building.

Box 26: Folder 18 Maryland Museum of African American History and Culture (Baltimore, MD) 2000 Feb 22

Presentation Images on Zip Disk and CD-ROM.

Box 19: Folder 24 to 26 Midtown-West Development (New York, NY) 2002-2003

Correspondence, Reports, and Conference programs and manuals. (3 folders)

Box 22: Folder 13 Morningside Park (New York, NY) 1985

Conceptual Master Plan.

Box 22: Folder 14 Morningside Park (New York, NY) 1989-1990

Project Binder.

Box 22: Folder 15 to 16 Morningside Park (New York, NY) 1989

Blueline prints; includes plans by Londino Stone Co., INC.

Box 22: Folder 17 Morningside Park (New York, NY) ca. 1987

Report Appendices.

Box 19: Folder 27 Morningside Park, Field House Reconstruction (New York, NY) 1987 Dec. 15

Specifications.

Box 19: Folder 28 Morningside Park, Field House Reconstruction (New York, NY) ca. 1987

HVAC Bid.

Box 19: Folder 29 Morningside Park, Field House Reconstruction (New York, NY) 1987 Mar. 13

Specifications.

Box 19: Folder 30 Morningside Park, Field House Reconstruction (New York, NY) 1988

Specifications.

Box 20: Folder 01 to 03 Morningside Park, Field House Reconstruction (New York, NY) 1988

Binder. (3 folders)

Box 20: Folder 04 to 05 Morningside Park, Landscape Specifications (New York, NY) 1987
Box 22: Folder 18 Motown Project, The (New York, NY) 1996

Correspondence and Feasibility Study (original between Studio museum and Trenton).

Box 20: Folder 06 Multi-Service Center for the Department of Public Works (Bronx, NY) undated

Photographs and Images.

Box 32: Folder 09 NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund Office (New York, NY) undated

Presentation Proposal.

Box 22: Folder 19 National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (Cincinnati, OH) 1998

Presentation and Workshop.

Box 20: Folder 07 National University for Science and Technology (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) 1994

Landscape Sketch Design.

Box 20: Folder 08 to 09 National University for Science and Technology (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) 1993-1994

Correspondence and reports. (2 folders)

Box 20: Folder 10 National University for Science and Technology (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) 1971, 1992, undated

Slides and prints.

Box 22: Folder 20 National University of Science and Technology (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) 1992

Memorandums, sketches, and other papers.

Box 22: Folder 21 National University of Science and Technology (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) 1992-1993

Memorandums and other papers.

Box 22: Folder 22 National University of Science and Technology (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) 1994-1996

Memorandums and other papers.

Box 32: Folder 10 National University of Science and Technology (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe)

Schematic Design Plans for Student Services Center.

Box 32: Folder 11 New Homes Program (New York, NY) 1991

Site Proposal for West 116-117 Street.

Box 20: Folder 11 New York University Dormitory (New York, NY) 2001
Box 20: Folder 12 New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, Performing Arts Center (New York, NY) 1995

Feasibility Study for the Fillmore East Site.

Box 32: Folder 12 P.A.L. Phipps Center (New York, NY) 1990

Plans.

Box 26: Folder 19 Pennock Gardens Development (Puerto Rico) 1963

Site and unit plans.

Box 20: Folder 01 to 05 Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations, The (New York, NY) 1988-1995

1 Photograph of exterior building, Project summary, Agreements, Forms, Correspondence, Finances. (4 folders)

Box 21: Folder 1 Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations, The (New York, NY) 1988-1995
Box 23: Folder 37 to 43 Photographs, Various Projects 1960s-1990s
Box 32: Folder 01 Poppleton Master plan (Baltimore, MD) 2005

Notes, Preschematic Site and Floor Plans.

Box 21: Folder 02 to 03 Rheedlan Center for Children and Families (New York, NY) 2001-2002

Correspondence, Budget estimate, and Plans. (2 folders)

Box 21: Folder 04 Riverbank (New York, NY) 1972 Jul, 1973 Jan

"Riverbank and the Community: A Proposal for Community Review," and Phase II Interim Reports. (3 items)

Box 32: Folder 02 Roosevelt Island Southtown (Roosevelt Island, NY) 1999

Master plan, memorandum, Newspaper clippings.

Box 21: Folder 05 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY) undated

Slides.

Box 21: Folder 06 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY) ca. 1978

Photographs, exteriors.

Box 21: Folder 07 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY) ca. 1978

Photographs, interiors.

Box 21: Folder 08 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY) 1973-1990

News clippings.

Box 21: Folder 09 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY) 1980-1986

Brochures and Publicity.

Box 21: Folder 10 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY) 2000

Expansion study and Memorandums.

Box 21: Folder 11 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY) 1970

NYPL "Program of Requirements and Scope of Operation" for Schomburg Collection.

Box 21: Folder 12 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY) 1989

Architectural Drawings.

Box 33: Folder 03 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York, NY) 1989, 2000

Lobby Renovation Preschematic Proposal, and 2000 Expansion Study.

Box 23: Folder 01 to 36 Slides, Various Projects 1960s-1990s

(32 folders)

Box 21: Folder 13 Springfield Gardens United Methodist Church 1986

Slides.

Roll 03 Site 35 WS/URA (New York, NY) 1969, 1977

Site plans and floor plans (includes the 1969 site plan for AT/URA in Brooklyn, NY)

Box 21: Folder 14 to 16 State University College at Old Westbury, Natural Science Building (Glen Head, NY) 1984-1985

Correspondence, Plans, Photographs, and Newspaper clippings. (3 folders)

Box 21: Folder 17 to 18 Studio Museum in Harlem, The (New York, NY) 1993-2003

Correspondence. (2 folders)

Box 21: Folder 19 Studio Museum in Harlem, The (New York, NY) 1980

Floor plans.

Box 21: Folder 20 Studio Museum in Harlem, The (New York, NY) 1980-1982

Publicity material.

Box 21: Folder 21 Studio Museum in Harlem, The (New York, NY) undated

Photographs.

Box 21: Folder 22 Studio Museum in Harlem, The (New York, NY) undated

Slides.

Roll 04 Trenton North 25 Housing (Trenton, NJ) undated

Schematic Proposal.

Box 21: Folder 23 Trenton North 25 Housing (Trenton, NJ) undated

Proposal and Plans.

Box 32: Folder 04 Tirisano Village: An Urban Village at Newton (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) 1994

Proposal and Site and Floor plans (pencil on paper).

Box 23: Folder 01 Tulane University, Zemurray Residence Hall (New Orleans, LA) 2002-2003

Pre-Schematic/Schematic Design Review and Design Development Progress Report.

Box 23: Folder 02 Tulane University, Zemurray Residence Hall (New Orleans, LA) ca. 2002

Site Analysis and Pre-Schematic Study and Report.

Box 23: Folder 03 Tulane University, Zemurray Residence Hall (New Orleans, LA) 2002-2003

Pre-Schematic Schemes and Dorm Module Tests and Design Development Review Presentation.

Box 21: Folder 24 Tuskegee Airmen National Center (Tuskegee, AL) 2000-2002

Background information, Proposals, and Correspondence.

Box 21: Folder 25 Union City Air Rights / School Renaissance Zone (Union City, NJ) 2003 Jun 5

Proposal Report.

Box 21: Folder 26 Uptown Chamber Residence District (New York, NY) 2003

Floor plans and site plans.

Box 21: Folder 27 to 29 Valeo Brazil (Campinas, Brazil) 1995-2004

Plans, Correspondence, Facility design guidelines, and Notes. (3 folders)

Box 22: Folder 01 Victoria Theatre (New York, NY) 2004-2005

Project Binder.

Box 22: Folder 02 Victoria Theatre (New York, NY) 2004-2005

Project Binder.

Box 32: Folder 05 Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library (Washington, D.C.) 2008

Site Plans, Floor Plans, Elevation Studies.

Box 22: Folder 03 Yonkers Fair Housing (Yonkers, NY) 1989

City of Yonkers' "Affordable Housing Ordinance," Site plans, and Preliminary report on 4 sites: Tibbetts Rumsey Road Site, Grassy Sprain Site, Sprain Brook Parkway, and Untermeyer Site.

Roll 05 Unidentified Floor Plans for an apartment [?] 2004
Roll 06 Unidentified Project 2007

Elevation studies, ink on trace.

Box 32: Folder 06 Unidentified Project undated

Conceptual sketches; ink on trace paper.

Box 32: Folder 07 Unidentified Housing Project 1988

Site plans and floor plans.

Box 32: Folder 08 Unidentified Housing Project 1991-1993

Site plans and floor plans.

Box 32: Folder 09 Unidentified Queens Project 1988

Site plans and floor plans.

Series VI: Reference Materials

includes clippings, pamphlets, essays, and books collected by Bond on topics such as architecture, urban planning, public housing, Harlem, Africa, and other related themes.

Box 25: Folder 10 Clippings, Reference 1960s
Box 25: Folder 11 Clippings, Reference 1970s
Box 25: Folder 12 Clippings, Reference [1 of 2] 1970s
Box 25: Folder 13 Clippings, Reference [2 of 2] 1980s
Box 25: Folder 14 Clippings, Reference 1980s
Box 25: Folder 15 Clippings, Reference 1990s
Box 26: Folder 20 Various Material on Affordable Housing [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
Box 26: Folder 21 Various Material on Affordable Housing [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
Box 26: Folder 22 Various Material on Ghana ca. 1970s-1980s
Box 26: Folder 23 Various Materials on South Africa 1995-1996
Box 26: Folder 24 Harlem Walking Tour Guides 1999
Box 26: Folder 25 Harlem News 1967 Oct, 1968 Jun, and 1969 Mar

3 issues.

Box 26: Folder 26 Housing Costs, NYC Housing Partnership 1984
Box 27: Folder 01 How to Build to Size and Shape, A.E.S. Alcock 1958
Box 27: Folder 02 Education for Barbarism: Bantu Education in South Africa, I.B. Tabata 1959
Box 27: Folder 03 Toward a Contemporary Art in Africa, Selby Mvusi 1962
Box 27: Folder 04 The Structural Propertieis of West African Timbers, R.G. Tyler 1962

West African Building Research Institute.

Box 27: Folder 05 Report on the Development of the Town of Teme [Ghana] from 1951 to 1961 ca. 1962
Box 27: Folder 20 Perkins and James, Architects ca. 1971

Publicity Material.

Box 27: Folder 06 Record of Submissions and Awards Competition for Middle-Income housing at Brighton Beach, Brooklyn 1968
Box 27: Folder 07 Nonprofit Landlord: A Case Study in Sponsor-Tenant Relationships at Linda Pollin Apartments in Washington, D.C., Nonprofit Housing Center Urban America, Inc. ca. 1968
Box 27: Folder 08 Housing Revolving Fund: A Propsoal for the Washington Metropolitan Area, Nonprofit Housing Center Urban America, Inc. ca. 1968
Box 27: Folder 09 Community Development Corporation, Corpus Christi: A Prospectus of Action, Nonprofit Housing Center Urban American, Inc. ca. 1968
Box 27: Folder 10 Progress Report: The economic regeneration of a community through the control of its capital goods and services, Harlem Commonwealth Council, Inc. 1968
Box 27: Folder 11 Le Carré Bleu 1969

3 issues.

Box 27: Folder 12 Architecture: Whom Does It Serve?, The Architects' Resistance 1969
Box 27: Folder 13 Zine by J.K. Webb 1970 Oct 12
Box 27: Folder 14 "The Fraud of Black Capitalism," Dick Roberts 1970
Box 27: Folder 15 City: Magazine of Urban Life and Environment 1971 Jan/Feb
Box 27: Folder 16 The Columbia Forum, Vol. 1, No. 1 1971 Winter
Box 27: Folder 17 black economic research center: Report of Activities 1970 & 1971 1971
Box 27: Folder 18 "Development of a Tropical Roofing Material," The Center for Development Technology, Washington University 1971 Oct
Box 27: Folder 19 "Houses Generated by Patterns," Center for Environmental Structure 1970 Apr

Reprinted fromArchitectural Design.

Box 27: Folder 21 Coalition News, New York Urban Coalition, Inc. 1972 Apr
Box 27: Folder 22 Action Now: Report of the Task Force on Education, Urban Coalition of St. Joseph County, Indiana 1972 Aug
Box 27: Folder 23 How to Build a House…Using Self-Help Housing Techniques, The Office of International Affairs and the Department of Housing and Urban Development 1974 May
Box 27: Folder 24 "update," Levatich Miller Hoffman PC (issue 8) 1975 Jul
Box 27: Folder 25 Address by Amadou-Mahtar M'Bow, Director-General of the United Nationals Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 1978 Jan 31
Box 27: Folder 26 Architecture Nebraska, A College of Architecture Publication (Vol. 3) 1979
Box 27: Folder 27 AU, arquitectura y urbanismo, Instituto Superior Politécnico José Antonio 1980 Aug
Box 27: Folder 28 AU, arquitectura y urbanismo, Instituto Superior Politécnico José Antonio 1980 Dec
Box 27: Folder 29 AU, arquitectura y urbanismo, Instituto Superior Politécnico José Antonio 1981 Aug
Box 27: Folder 30 "First Annual Research Report: Southeastern Center for Afro-American Architecture," R.K. Dozier 1980 Sep
Box 27: Folder 31 The Proceedings of the International Symposium on Metropolis: The Locus of Contemporary Myths, National Institute for Research Advancement and Japan Society, Inc., N.Y. 1982 Oct
Box 27: Folder 32 Boston Tomorrow: Background on Development, Boston Redevelopment Authority 1983 Fall
Box 27: Folder 33 "Keyenburg: the impact of user-participation on the designing, building and managing of support-infill project," Stichting Architecten Research 1985
Box 27: Folder 34 "A Housing Platform For Harlem: The Commuinity Design Worksho," Columbia University Graduate School of Architecure and Planning 1985 Jun
Box 27: Folder 35 "Metals in construction," The Steel Advantage 1986 Spring
Box 27: Folder 36 "Shell Infill House: A Study on the Application of the Open Systems Approachin Housing Design," N. John Babraken 1987 May/Jun
Box 27: Folder 37 Strategic Planning Initiative: year Three Report, Metropolitan Transportation Authority 1988
Box 27: Folder 38 "Maximizing Opportunities in a Declining Economy Seminar Program," LePatner, Blcok, Pawa & Rivelis and The LePatner Management Group 1990
Box 27: Folder 39 "Temple of Justice: A Celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Albany County Court House, 1915-1990," Albany County Hall of Records 1990
Box 27: Folder 40 "Black Architects Up Against A Brick Wall," Roberto Rodriguez 1991
Box 27: Folder 41 "Houses of Light: Jean-Paul Bourdier analyses the rural mosques of Senegal and Mail,"Mimar 1991 Jun
Box 27: Folder 42 "Communite Industrielle: Mixed Use Prototypes for the New Industrial City," John Loomis 1992
Box 27: Folder 43 "National Conference in support of the African National Congress and Other Democratic Forces for a New South Africa" 1992
Box 27: Folder 44 "Afrocentric Architecture: A Concept/Theory," David Hughes 1993

Paper prepared for International Conference on (Post) Modernity and Difference in Architecture.

Box 27: Folder 45 "Dear Mr. President: Answering Clinton's call for a design strategy in America," The International Design Magazine 1993 Mar/Apr
Box 28: Folder 01 "Lower Manhattan Urban Design Plan," Peterson Littenberg Archiects 1995

Sponsored by Battery Park City Authority.

Box 27: Folder 49 "Sports and the City: A study for Randall's and Wards Islands, New York," National Institute for Architectural Education and The Center for Public Architecture 1994
Box 27: Folder 48 "World War II and the American Dream: How Wartime Building Changed a Nation," Blueprints (Vol. XII, No. 4) 1994 Fall
Box 28: Folder 02 "Good Neighbors: housing that supports stable communities," Lost Angeles Housing Department 1995
Box 27: Folder 46 "Lift Every Voice: A Community Plan for Central Harlem," Hunter College Planning Studio 1993 Spring
Box 27: Folder 47 "A Greenway Plan for New York City," Department of City Planning / City of New York 1993 Fall
Box 27: Folder 48 "A Vision for the Open Space in the Federal Triangle: Urban Design and Landscape Guidelines for Benjamin Frankliln Circle and Woodrow Wilson Plaza," U.S. General Services Administration, Design Programs Center of Expertise 1999
Box 27: Folder 49 "Re-valuing Buildings: Investing Inside Buildings to Support Organizational and Technological change through Appropriate Spatial, Environemtal, and Technical Infrastructures," Steelcase, Inc. 1996
Box 27: Folder 50 "Quality in Public Construction," Interministerial Mission for Quality in Public Construction 1999
Box 29: Folder 01 African American Architects in Current Practice, Jack Travis 1991
Box 28: Folder 03 "Facing Triple Jeopardy, Health Policy and the Health of Black New Yorkers," Urban Issues Group 1995

Policy Report.

Box 29: Folder 02 "A Report to Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer," Bronx Center Steering Committee 1993 May
Box 28: Folder 04 "Red Hook: A Plan for Community Regeneration," Community Board 6, Borough of Brooklyn, New York City 1996 Fall
Box 28: Folder 05 "Opportunities and Issues: East 125th Street, A Planning Study," Buckhurst Fish & Jacquemart Inc. for CIVITAS 1995 Fall
Box 28: Folder 06 "The White House & President's Park: Comprehensive Design Plan Summary," U.S. Department of the Interior 1999
Box 28: Folder 07 "10th Annual Harlem Renaissance Day of Commitment Program," Abyssinian Development Corporation 1997 May 30
Box 28: Folder 08 "Paradoxes of Progress and the Crisis of the Africa-American Architect," Melvin L. Mitchell 2001 Mar

Keynote Address to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.

Box 28: Folder 09 "Connecticut Economic Vitality & Land Use," Connecticut Regional Institute for the 21st Century 2003
Box 28: Folder 10 El Anatsui Exhibition Catalogue, Oriel Mostyn Gallery 2003
Box 28: Folder 11 "Proposal to District of Columbia Public Schools for hilltop Gateway Academies, Campus, and Community," The New American School Design Project, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Plannning 2004 Sep
Box 28: Folder 12 "Detail," Geschosswohnungsbau 2006
Box 28: Folder 13 "The Majors' Institute on City Design," National Endowment for the Arts 2005
Box 28: Folder 14 "Designing a City of Learning: Paterson, NJ," Roy Strickland, editor 2001
Box 28: Folder 15 "Transforming Providence: A Civic Discussion on Design: Summary Report," Kathryn J. Cavanaugh 2000 Nov 4
Box 28: Folder 16 1951 Park Avenue, East Harlem, Manhattan, NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development 2008

Request for proposals.

Box 28: Folder 17 Long Island City: Connecting the Arts, Design Trust for Public Space 2006
Box 28: Folder 18 "Position Paper on Neighborhoods & Housing: Lower Manhattan - A Mixed Income Community," A Project of Rebuild Downtown Our Town and pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development 2004 Apr 14
Box 28: Folder 19 Building the New South Africa: One House, One Dreat at a Time: The Story of Nurcha, Open Society Institute 2001
Box 28: Folder 20 "Indoor Air Quality Study," South African Embassy 2004
Box 28: Folder 21 "12th Annual Harlem Renaissance Day of Commitment Program," Abyssinian Development Corporation 2006
Box 29: Folder 04 "Techtown Vision, Volume 1 of 3: Year One," A City of Learning Project, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan 2006 Sep
Box 28: Folder 23 Partisan Planning, Architects Renewal Committee in Harlem 1972-1973

9 issues.

Box 28: Folder 24 "The Aga Khan Award for Architecture: The Seventh Award Cycle, 1996-1998" 1995
Box 28: Folder 25 "Black Policits on the Apollo's Stage: The Return of the Handkerchiefs Heads," S. Alan Clarke 1990

Prepared for delivery at the 1990 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.

Box 28: Folder 26 "Le Corbusier and the Death of the Street," Richard Ingersoll undated
Box 28: Folder 27 "Roy DeCarava," Maren Stange 1995
Box 28: Folder 28 "Tradition in the Service of Modernity: Architecture and Urbanism in French Colonial Policy, 1900-1930," Gwendolyn Wright 1987
Box 28: Folder 29 Richard Dozier Essays 1992, 1994

2 essays on African-Americans in Architecture.

Box 28: Folder 30 "The Schools and Urban Renewal: A case study from New Haven," Terry Ferrer undated

A Report from Educational Facilities Laboratories.

Box 28: Folder 31 Various Essays on African-American Architects undated
Box 28: Folder 32 "Module Communities Incorporated" undated
Box 28: Folder 33 "Can community design centers do any good? How?," vital questions ca. 1968
Box 28: Folder 34 "Problemes Communs a la Sociologie et a L'urbanisme dans le Developpement Systematise des Territoires et des Localites," Ioan I. Matei undated
Box 28: Folder 35 Various Articles on Architecutre 2002-2004
Box 28: Folder 36 "The Ning Schools of Architecture in New York State," New York State Association of Architects, inc. undated
Box 28: Folder 37 Polshek and Partners Architects Firm Booklet undated
Box 28: Folder 38 "The Improved Mud Wall Building," Department of Housing and Planning Research Faculty of Architecture, U.S.T. Kumasi, Ghana undated
Box 28: Folder 39 "An Ideology for Making Architecture," Catalogue, Yale School of Architecture undated
Box 28: Folder 40 "Proposal in Response, RFP No. CAP-8108: Part I: Monitoring of Housing Development Corporations Funded by the Office of Economic Opportunity," Nonprofit Housing Center Urban America, Inc. undated
Box 29: Folder 03 "Harlem, the next 10 years: A proposal for discussion," The Harlem Urban Development Corporation 1974 Jul

Report of the Harlem Task Force.

Box 28: Folder 41 "Long Island City Study," Muncipal Art Society and The New York City Planning Commission 1976 Jul

Design Team: Ada Karmi Melamede; Gerrard F. Vasisko; James G. Dicker; Peter Marangoni; Gil S. Snyder.