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Ralph T. Walker Papers

An inventory of his papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Walker, Ralph, 1889-1973.
Title: Ralph T. Walker Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1916-1970
Quantity: 50.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Papers of the American architect. Correspondence, articles, manuscript essays, speeches, notes and notebooks, photographs, project files, sketches, clippings, and scrapbooks.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

Ralph Thomas Walker (1889-1973) was an American architect. He attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and studied with Rhode Island architect Howard K. Hilton. In 1916 he went to work for the New York firm of McKenzie, Voorhees and Gmelin, where he remained for the rest of his career. In 1955 he led a group of architects sent to Berlin to participate in planning for the International Building Exhibition (IBA) to be held in 1957; as part of this effort, he and his team proposed building a Congress Hall, to "promote international understanding through the advancement of culture, education and science." The Benjamin Franklin Foundation, a joint German-American organization with Walker as its chairman, was created to oversee the planning and construction of the Berlin Congress Hall, completed in 1957. The Foundation went on to spend another 13 years in reconstruction projects in and around Berlin.

Most of Walker's buildings are in New York City, including the AT&T building on Broadway, the iconic One Wall Street (originally the Irving Trust Building), and the Barclay-Vesey Building (later known as the Verizon Building, severely damaged during the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attacks).

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Ralph T. Walker Papers spans nearly sixty years, almost the entire career of the American architect. The collection is divided into 16 series.

Notes contains Walker's notes on a variety of topics. Writings contains rough drafts, speeches, articles, essays, poetry, and pamphlets. Published material relates to Walker and/or his work and includes clippings, pamphlets, and miscellaneous unrelated published material.

Five Scrapbooks contain material relating to the American Institute of Architects, the Berlin Congress Hall, and other jobs. Sketches, some of which are oversize, includes pieces relating to specific jobs (MIT Library, Barclay-Vesey Building, Petroleum Building, Philadelphia Opera House) and to various topics (imaginary buildings, Rotch Scholarship, West Indies, World's Fairs). Photographs are of various subjects, both personal and professional, and include numerous glass slides used for teaching. News clippings also cover a range of subjects such as Robert Moses, city planning, and food. Alphabetical and Chronological files are simply that -- files on various subjects arranged alphabetically or chronologically, respectively.

Berlin files and Trinidad files relate to Walker's work in those two locations; the former concerns the Berlin Congress Hall, part of the International Building Exhibition in 1957, with which Walker was involved both as architect and as chairman of the Benjamin Franklin Foundation. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Library files and International Union of Architects files contain assorted material relating to Walker's ongoing relationship with those two organizations.

Literature and T.S. Eliot contain an assortment of non-architecture-related items, including French literature and poetry, literary criticism, articles, and other miscellanea. A small amount of Miscellaneous material completes the collection.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Writings and Published material are subdivided alphabetically by type, then arranged alphabetically by title. Except for the Chronological files, all other material is arranged alphabetically within its series.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The majority of our archival and manuscript collections are housed offsite and require advanced notice for retrieval. Researchers are encouraged to contact us in advance concerning the collection material they wish to access for their research.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Walker, Ralph, 1889-1973 -- Archives.

Subjects

Architects -- United States.
Architectural design.
Architectural drawing -- 20th century -- United States.
Architecture -- American.
Architecture -- United States -- 20th century.
Architecture -- United States.

Genres and Forms

Articles.
Clippings (information artifacts)
Correspondence.
Essays.
Manuscripts for publication.
Notebooks.
Notes.
Photographs.
Scrapbooks.
Sketches.
Speeches.

Occupations

Architects.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Ralph T. Walker Papers
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of Ralph Walker, Mrs. Ralph Walker.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: JMB
Date: Jun 1978
Revision history: 12 Mar 2007 - converted to EAD (MRC)

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Inventory

Notes
Box 1 Aesthetics
Box 1 Architects' Fees
Box 1 Far East October-November, 1960
Box 1 Housing
Box 1 Miscellaneous (2 folders)
Box 1 Notebooks (2 folders)
Writings
Rough Drafts
Box 1 1929-1939 (3 folders)
Box 1 1941-1943 (2 folders)
Box 1 1946-1961 (5 folders)
Box 1 Architecture and Machines (2 folders)
Box 1 Architecture in Nature
Box 2 Camouflage
Box 2 Caribbean
Box 2 City (4 folders)
Box 2 Each Day Anew
Box 2 Fragments
Box 2 Frank Lloyd Wright
Box 2 Le Corbusier
Box 2 Luxembourg
Box 2 Machine, Aesthetics, and Architecture
Box 2 Miscellaneous (4 folders)
Box 2 Nixon
Box 2 Notes on the Theatre (3 folders)
Box 2 Rise of the Factory Style
Box 2 Teaching Architecture
Box 2 Telephone Building
Box 2 Theatre
Box 2 Venice
Box 2 West Indies
Box 2 World's Fairs - Chicago and New York
Speeches
Box 2 Miscellaneous (2 folders)
Finished Articles (spiral bound typescripts)
Box 2 The Aesthetic Slum at "The President's Meadow"
Box 2 Architectural Engineering
Box 2 Architecture and Today's Living
Box 2 Arts Forum - Columbia University
Box 2 Bauhaus
Box 2 The Birth of an Idea
Box 2 Centennial Medal of Honor
Box 2 The City
Box 3 The City
Box 3 City Planning
Box 3 Classics vs. Poppycocks and "Hit Parade"
Box 3 Congress Hall - Berlin
Box 3 Congress Hall - Dedication September, 1957
Box 3 Correspondence with Douglas Hakell 1967
Box 3 Designing Buildings for Research
Box 3 Diregarding Media
Box 3 Diversions
Box 3 Each Day Anew (several chapters)
Box 3 The Education of an Architect
Box 3 The Essence of Tradition
Box 3 Fragmentary Culture
Box 3 Guggenheim - Lincoln Center
Box 3 Impact of Automobile
Box 3 In Search of a Culture - The Exacting Word
Box 4 In Search of a Culture - The Exacting Word
Box 4 The Machine, Aesthetics, and Architecture
Box 4 Masonry Walls in Modular Construction
Box 4 Mr. Nixon
Box 4 Montclair Library
Box 4 Notes on the Theatre
Box 4 The Overwhelming Sense of Bigness
Box 4 Paradise Here and Now
Box 4 A Program for Urban Research
Box 4 Report of the Committee on Architects
Box 4 Richfest, Congress Hall - Berlin
Box 4 Rise of the Factory Style
Box 4 The Sayings of Louise
Box 5 Seventy-six Going on Seventy-seven
Box 5 A Straw Man or Two
Box 5 Tax Reform and Government of Cities
Box 5 The Urbanity of Form
Box 5 Why Ornament?
Box 5 Your Profession and Mine
Essays, in bindings
Box 5 1941 (1 volume)
Box 5 1949 (14 volumes)
Box 5 1950 (10 volumes)
Box 5 1951 (6 volumes)
Box 6 1951 (4 volumes)
Box 6 1952 (10 volumes)
Box 6 1953 (3 volumes)
Box 6 1954 (6 volumes)
Box 6 1955 (2 volumes)
Box 6 1956 (6 volumes)
Box 6 1957 (7 volumes)
Box 6 1958 (2 volumes)
Box 6 1959 (3 volumes)
Box 6 1960 (1 volume)
Journal Articles
Box 6 "The American Institute of Architects, 1944-1957" (48 issues)
Box 7 Miscellaneous (20 issues)
Anthology Article
Box 7 "New Screen Techniques"
Books
Box 7 The Fly in the Amber (5 volumes)
Booklets and Pamphlets
Box 7 Ralph Walker: The American Institute of Architects, 1921-1961 (11 copies)
Box 8 London Winter 1943 (2 copies)
Humans + Materials=Architecture
Box 8 Series I 1939-1945 (15 copies)
Box 8 Series II 1946-1947 (4 copies)
Box 8 Frank Lloyd Wright 1955
Box 8 Diversions 1965
Box 8 What is Beautiful; What is Good 1965 (2 copies)
Poetry Pamphlets
Box 8 The Branch 1949-1950 (1 copy)
Box 8 Vidi 1951 (4 copies)
Box 8 Screaming Egos, Fragile Ids 1966 (29 copies)
Box 8 Vagrants 1966 (25 copies)
Box 8 Cyma Recta 1968-1969 (11 copies)
Box 8 Ode to Peace 1971 (2 copies)
Box 8 Collected Poems
Published material
Box 9 Voorhees, Walker, Smith and Smith - miscellaneous pamphlets
News Clippings
Oversize 3 The New York Times Magazine (3 issues)
Box 10 Pamplets that mention Ralph Walker (15 pamphlets)
Unrelated Published Material
Box 10 Books (5 volumes, 1 folder)
Box 10 Journals (15 issues)
Pamphlets
Box 11 General (14 pamphlets)
Oversize 3 "Blueprint #1"
Box 11 Columbia University (3 folders)
Box 11 Dartmouth Eye Institute
Box 11 Graduate Programs
Oversize 3 Lavenburg Foundation - The Village in the City
Oversize 3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Library (3 copies)
Box 11 Miscellaneous (4 folders)
Box 12 Miscellaneous (2 folders)
Box 12 Urban Research Bureau - Princeton (4 folders)
Oversize 3 Washington, D.C. - Downtown (3 pamphlets)
Box 12 World's Fair (4 folders)
Box 12 Pamphlets bound in folders (7 pamphlets)
Scrapbooks
Oversize 3 The American Institute of Architects, Centennial Medal of Honor - Letterbook 1957
Oversize 4 Berlin Congress Hall 1957
Oversize 4 Coty Plant Plans
Oversize 4 Trinidad Drawings
Oversize 4 Permanent World Capitol - Flushing
Oversize 4 Venice Sketches - F. Hopkinson Smith
Sketches
Box 12 Across a Crowded Room (2 folders)
Box 12 All Fellow Travelers
Box 13 Art Commission
Box 13 Buildings and Gardens
Box 13 Buildings (Imaginary)
Box 13 Cartoons
Box 13 Christmas Cards
Box 13 Christmas Cards - Finished (2 folders)
Box 13 Figure Studies
Box 13 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Competition
Box 14 Interior
Box 14 Library - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Box 14 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Box 14 Men (2 folders)
Mounted Sketches
Oversize 6 Barclay-Vesey Building (2 folders)
Oversize 6 Bedroom Display - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Oversize 6 Belgian Embassy
Oversize 6 Brooklyn Edison Substation
Oversize 6 Child's History of Architecture
Oversize 7 City Hall
Oversize 7 Domestic Scale
Oversize 7 Drawings - Odds and Ends (2 folders)
Oversize 7 Enduring Memory
Oversize 7 Houses
Oversize 8 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Library
Oversize 8 Miscellaneous Photographs – Architecture
Oversize 8 Nicaro
Oversize 8 Perspective Studies
Oversize 8 Petroleum Building
Oversize 8 Philadelphia Opera House - Tapestries
Oversize 9 Photographs
Oversize 9 Planning - Large Scale, Chicago and New York
Oversize 9 Rotch Scholarship (2 folders)
Oversize 9 Sketches
Oversize 9 San Clemente, Rome
Oversize 10 Woodrow Wilson Memorial – Princeton
Oversize 10 World's Fairs (5 folders)
Oversize 11 Rotch Traveling Scholarship 1916 (3 large sketches)
Oversize 12 Sketches for printed matter (covers, cards, etc.) mostly relating to Christmas (23 sketches mounted to 15x20 inches)
Box 14 New York World's Fair: General Electric and AT&T 1939
Box 14 Printing Suggestions
Box 14 "Seeking a Job" - Bertram Goodhue
Box 14 Travel
Box 14 Watercolors
Box 14 West Indies
Box 14 World War I
Oversize 5 Miscellaneous Sketches
Photographs
Oversize 3 Applied Photography Magazine 1934 (1 issue)
Box 14 Architectural Design (3 folders)
Oversize 3 Architectural projects
Box 14 Composition Studies
Box 14 Each Day Anew
Glass lantern slides
Box 35 Japan
Box 36-39 Art/architecture teaching/lecture slides (4 boxes)
Box 40 Art/architecture teaching/lecture slides, series on the triangle (shape)
Box 41 Art/architecture teaching/lecture slides, also film negatives
Box 42 Art/architecture teaching/lecture slides
Box 14 Miscellaneous (2 folders)
Box 15 Modern Architecture (5 folders)
Oversize 1 Mounted photographs
Oversize 2 Mounted photographs
Box 43 Negatives
Box 15 Notes on the Theatre - Photostats
Box 15 Oriental and Indian Design
Box 15 Photostats
Box 15 Sky Scrapers (2 folders)
Box 15 Walker, Ralph - Portraits and Candids
Box 15 Walker Birthday Party
Box 15 World's Fair - Chicago 1930 (3 folders)
Box 15 Photo Album - Tribune Tower Competition (1 volume)
Box 16 Photo Albums - United Nations, Hunter College 1946 (3 volumes)
Box 43 Postcard photographs
Box 44 Postcard photographs
Oversize 3 Ralph Walker Portraits
Oversize 3 Miscellaneous
News clippings
Box 16 Art
Box 16 The City
Box 16 City Planning
Box 16 Education
Box 16 Finance
Box 16 Food
Box 16 Foreign Policy
Box 16 Magazine Clippings (2 folders)
Box 16 Magazine Clippings - Form and Color
Box 16 Miscellaneous (3 folders)
Box 17 Miscellaneous (3 folders)
Box 17 Moses, Robert
Box 17 Poetry Reviews
Box 17 Theatre (2 folders)
Alphabetical files
Box 17 Cartoons
Box 17 Galleys
Box 17 Housing
Box 17 Illustrations - Miscellaneous (2 folders)
Box 17 Le Corbusier
Box 17 Syllabus - History of Architecture Course
Box 17 Tax Payers' Committee - New Castle
Box 17 Theatre (2 folders)
Box 17 Trinidad (2 folders)
Box 18 Washington, D.C.
Box 18 World's Fair
Box 18 Wright, Frank Lloyd (3 folders)
Box 18 Zoning - New Castle (2 folders)
Box 18 The Aesthetic Slum at the President's Meadow
Box 18 Addresses, Articles, and Correspondence 1927-1949 (3 folders)
Box 19 Addresses, Articles, and Correspondence 1950
Box 19 Articles
Box 19 Advantgarde
Box 19 Bauhaus (2 folders)
Box 19 Bibliography
Box 19 Biography
Box 19 Brewer
Box 19 Chappaqua Library Speech
Box 19 City Planning
Box 19 City Planning - Mayors' Committee
Box 19 Contemporary Design
Box 19 Correspondence - Miscellaneous (2 folders)
Box 19 Each Day Anew
Box 19 Early Architectural Training
Box 19 The End of an Era (moved to Box 3[?])
Box 19 Feinstein, Sol
Box 19 Geometry
Box 19 Gropins
Box 19 Invitations, Programs and Awards (2 folders)
Box 19 Japan Trip (4 folders)
Box 19 Kallen, Horace
Box 19 Kamin, Alfred
Box 20 Land Use Density
Box 20 Lavanburg Foundation (2 folders)
Box 20 Literature of Fun City
Box 20 MacMillan - The Education of an Architect
Box 20 Maps
Box 20 Miscellaneous (2 folders)
Box 20 New Yorker
Box 20 Paranoia (2 folders)
Box 20 Saarinen, Eero
Box 20 Sitte Book
Box 20 Slum Clearance
Box 20 Syracuse University Library (2 folders)
Box 20 Taxes (2 folders)
Box 20 Tennyson Society
Box 20 Theatre
Box 20 They Were Giants - General
Box 20 They Were Giants - Frank Lloyd Wright
Box 20 They Were Giants - LeCorbusier
Box 20 Unesco Building – Paris
Box 20 Westchester County (2 folders)
Box 20 Work Orders
Chronological files
1926
Box 20 "The Nation's Roll of Honor
1927
Box 20 Color in Architecture
1939
Box 20 A Search for Simplicity – Japan
1941
Box 20 "Commuting to Cumuto"
1942
Box 20 White Plains
1943
Box 20 Columbia Planning Seminar
Box 20 London, Winter
1944
Box 20 England Trip, Articles and Talks
Box 20 University of Toronto
1946
Box 20 The Architect and the Post-War World
Box 21 Princeton University Bicentennial Conferences
1947
Box 21 The Contemporary Architect and His Education
Box 21 Dialogue: Korax - Eubatos
Box 21 In quest of Eutopia
1948
Box 21 "Humans + Materials=Architecture"
1949
Box 21 American Society of Landscape Artists
Box 21 The Architect as a Modern
Box 21 The Architect Asks Why
Box 21 California Council of Architects Convention
Box 21 Citizens' Housing and Planning Council
Box 21 Cairo
Box 21 The Design of Communities
Box 21 The Field of the Architect
Box 21 New York Building Congress
Box 21 New York Chapter - American Institute of Architects
Box 21 The Problems of Our Education
Box 21 Public Relations
Box 21 The Purpose of Light
Box 21 Seminars and Their Possibilities
Box 21 Symposium - Pennsylvania Society of Architects
Box 21 Urban Planning and the Architect
1950
Box 21 Architecture:Profession or Business
Box 21 Atlanta, Georgia
Box 21 The Education Necessary to the Professional Practice of Architecture
Box 21 Hospital Consultants
Box 21 "Is This Peace?"
Box 21 Laboratory Design
Box 21 Rotch Scholars - In Memorium to Annie Lamb
Box 21 Trip to Salt Lake City, Denver, West Coast
Box 21 Texas and New Orleans
Box 21 We Need Teachers
Box 21 The World We Architects Might Help to Build
1951
Box 21 The Architect and the University Library
Box 21 Behind the Venetian Blind
Box 21 Building Trades Employers' Association
Box 21 California - February
Box 21 Friends of the Columbia Libraries
Box 21 Good Design in Architecture
Box 21 Hospitals - Yale University
Box 21 L'Habitation De LeCorbusier
Box 21 New Building Techniques and Clay Products
Box 21 The Strange Flowers of Anonymity
Box 21 The Thoughts of Others
1952
Box 21 Building for the Tropics
Box 21 Designing Conveniences for Research
Box 21 The Education of the Architect
Box 21 The Education of the Architect in America
Box 21 Harvard - Graduate School of Design
Box 22 The Human Use of Architecture
Box 22 Illuminating Engineering Society
Box 22 Impact of the Automobile on the American City
Box 22 Monsanto
Box 22 The Rise of the Factory Style
Box 22 Society of Architectural Historians
1953
Box 22 Articles on Laboratories
Box 22 Industrialization of Buildings
Box 22 Laboratory Design
Box 22 Luxembourg Cemetery
Box 22 St. Wilfrid Club
Box 22 Urbanity of Form
1954
Box 22 Architecture at Mid-Century
Box 22 Beauty in Wood
Box 22 Expenses
Box 22 The Fly in the Amber
Box 22 The Human Use of Architecture
Box 22 The Machine, Aesthetics, and Architecture
Box 22 New York University - Administration of Research
Box 22 Presidential Advisory Committee on Housing
Box 22 Where Do You Go From Here?
1955
Box 22 Arts Forum - Columbia University
Box 22 Chemical Week
Box 22 Expenses - London, Dublin, Holland, Paris, Berlin
Box 22 Frank Lloyd Wright Testimonial Dinner
Box 22 Montclair Library
1956
Box 22 American Society of Civil Engineers
Box 22 Architectural Engineering
Box 22 Building Materials
Box 22 City Planning and Architecture Today
Box 22 Classics vs. Poppycocks and Hit Parades
Box 22 Cooper Union
Box 22 Masonry Walls in Modular Dimensions
Box 22 Mies Van der Rohe
Box 22 Outrage - Committee on Housing, Westchester County
Box 22 The Space Devoted to God and How Man Can Give lt Light
1957
Box 22 The Aesthetics of the Modern City
Box 22 American Institute of Decorators Conference, Dallas
Box 22 The Architecture of Our National Capital
Box 22 Architecture and Today's Living
Box 22 "Architektura" - United States Information Agency
Box 22 Benjamin Franklin Stiftung - Dedication Address
Box 23 Centennial Banquet - American Institute of Architects
Box 23 Quality, Princeton University
1958
Box 23 American Institute of Architects
Box 23 American Institute of Architects - Convention
Box 23 Book and Author Supper Club, Cosmos Club
Box 23 The Federal City
1959
Box 23 Books - Design and Contents
Box 23 Essence of Tradition
Box 23 Geometry of Man-made Landscape
Box 23 Paradise Here and Now
Box 23 Paris
Box 23 Speech - National Citizens' Planning Conference
Box 23 Westchester Citizens' Planning Conference
1960
Box 23 Building Research Institute
1961
Box 23 The Basis of Design
1962
Box 23 The Impact of the Automobile on the American City
Box 23 Landscaping
1968
Box 23 The City
Box 23 Diversions
Box 23 In Search of a Culture
1969
Box 23 Tax Reform and Government of Cities
Berlin files
Box 23 Additional Work
Box 23 Bank Correspondence
Box 23 Ben Franklin Foundation
Box 23 Berlin Building
Box 23 Berlin Hospital Survey Meetings
Box 23 Berlin Hospital Survey Miscellaneous
Box 23 Bids
Box 23 Board Meetings (3 folders)
Box 23 Business Report (3 folders)
Box 23 Ceremonies (3 folders)
Box 23 Construction Data
Box 23 Contract
Box 24 Convocation
Box 24 Cornerstone
Box 24 Correspondence
Box 24 Directors and Officers Documents
Box 24 Excavation and Foundation
Box 24 Expenses (6 folders)
Box 24 Finances (2 folders)
Box 24 Gifts
Box 24 Hospital Survey - Finance
Box 24 Interbau
Box 24 Management and Use of Hall
Box 24 Mayor Suhr
Box 24 Meetings
Box 24 Miscellaneous
Box 24 Negatives
Box 24 News Clippings
Box 24 Payments
Box 24 Photographs
Box 25 Photographs
Box 25 Photographs for Publicity
Box 25 Progress Reports (2 folders)
Box 25 Richtfest Ceremonies
Box 25 Speeches (2 folders)
Box 25 Stubbins
Box 25 Transfer Funds
Box 25 United States Information Agency
Box 25 Berlin Booklets - Studies (9 volumes)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Library files
Box 25 Acknowledgements
Box 25 Alumni Association
Box 25 Book Plate
Box 25 Booklets
Box 26 Books - Acquired or Purchased
Box 26 Club of New York
Box 26 Committee Formation
Box 26 Desiderata
Box 26 Finance
Box 26 Footnotes (6 folders)
Box 26 General
Box 26 Gifts
Box 26 Membership
Box 26 Miscellaneous (3 folders)
Box 26 Other Libraries
Box 26 Other Schools
Box 26 Program for Dedication
Box 26 Publicity
Box 26 Purchases
Box 26 School of Architecture
Box 26 Special Collections
Box 26 Visiting Committee (2 folders)
Friends of the Library
Box 26 1935-1940
Box 27 1936-1946 (24 folders)
Box 27 Index Card File
Box 28 Notebooks (4 volumes)
Trinidad files
Box 28 Caribbean Architect and Engineer (2 folders)
Box 28 Correspondence (2 folders)
Box 28 Correspondence Jan-Aug 1942 (7 folders)
Box 28 Estimates of Costs
Box 28 Foley
Box 29 Job Meetings
Box 29 Meetings - Reports and Minutes
Box 29 Memoranda
Box 29 Personal Correspondence
Box 29 Progress Reports
Box 29 War Department Correspondence
International Union of Architects files
Box 29 Athens 1954
Box 29 Cairo 1950
Box 29 Committees
Box 29 Congress - Netherlands 1955
Box 29 Congress - Moscow 1957
Box 29 Delegate Reports
Box 29 Diary
Box 29 Economic and Social Council
Box 29 Executive Committee Meetings (5 folders)
Box 29 Expenses
Box 29 Finances
Box 30 General
Box 30 Housing
Box 30 Lausanne
Box 30 Lisbon (2 folders)
Box 30 Minutes and Bulletins
Box 30 Miscellaneous
Box 30 Morocco
Box 30 National Architectural Organizations
Box 30 Paris (5 folders)
Box 30 Poland
Box 30 Publications
Box 30 Rome
Box 30 Sections
Box 31 Statesmanship
Box 31 Sweden
Box 31 Translations
Box 31 Venice
Box 31 World Congress for Peace
Box 31 Booklets and Notebooks (11 volumes)
Literature
Box 31 Biography
Box 31 Criticism - General
Box 31 Criticism - Saturday Review (2 folders)
Box 31 French Literature (2 folders)
Box 32 French Literature
Box 32 Miscellaneous
Poetry
Box 32 18th Century
Box 32 19th Century (6 folders)
Box 32 20th Century (2 folders)
Box 32 Prose
T.S. Eliot
Box 32 Criticism on Ezra Pound
Box 32 Criticism on T.S. Eliot (2 folders)
Writings
Box 32 Autographed Works and Letter
Box 32 Journal Articles
Box 33 Journal Articles (3 folders)
Box 33 The Listener
Box 33 Literary Criticism
Box 33 Plays (2 folders)
Box 33 Poetry (2 folders)
Box 33 Social and Literary Criticism (2 folders)
Box 33 Works in Foreign Languages (2 folders)
Miscellaneous
Oversize 5 Certificates and Awards
Box 34 Framed Photographs and Certificates
Oversize 13 Midtown Manhattan: Report to Groups Four and Five, New York City Savings Banks Study of Proposed Zoning Amendments (Voorhees, Walker, Foley & Smith) 1944 - spiral-bound presentation book in clamshell case
Oversize 5 Shop Drawings - Philadelphia Auditorium (1 bound stack)

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