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Armand G. Winfield Papers

A description of his papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Winfield, Armand G.
Title: Armand G. Winfield Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1957-1991
Quantity: 29.75 linear ft.
Abstract: Collection contains the professional and personal papers of Armand G. Winfield. It focuses on the client files of Winfield's consulting company, which he formed in 1964.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

Armand G. Winfield (1919-2009) was an American inventor, researcher, and educator in the field of plastics.

Armand G. Winfield was born December 28, 1919. He graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 1941. During his junior and senior years, Winfield was named an assistant in the Geology Department and Assistant Curator of the school's museum. He attended field sessions in anthropology at the University of New Mexico in the summers of 1939 and 1940. While in the army, he created fake wounds for training soldiers. After he was discharged, he returned to museum work.

In 1945, Winfield founded Winfield Fine Art in Jewelry in New York City, with his brother. He invented the first mass-production method of embedding objects in clear acrylics creating one-of-kind original wearable works of art. Winfield would embed the art, shape it and then convert it into the actual piece of jewelry. Some of this jewelry has ended up in galleries and collections, including the archives of The Smithsonian Institute's Museum of American History in Washington, DC (1988), and the National Design Museum; the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York City (1994); the Royal Science Museum, and the National Historic Plastics Museum, both in London; and in the Center for Southwest Research in Albuquerque, New Mexico and the National Plastics Center in Leominster, Massachusetts.

Winfield attended graduate school at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, 1948-1950, and went on to hold a succession jobs in the plastics industry. From 1957 until 1963, he worked as Plastics Consulting Engineer at DeBell & Richardson Inc., in Hazardville, Connecticut. During his years at DeBell, he taught as a plastics engineer in Yale's School of Art in New Haven in 1960-1961.

In 1964, Winfield started his own company, consulting in plastics research and development until 1994. During this time he became involved in designing and directing the construction of 13 separate installations for the New York World's Fair. These projects included the American Express Outdoor Map of the World, the General Electric VIP pavilion, a portion of the Singer Sewing Machine Exhibit and a number of sets for Leon Leonidoff's WonderWorld Productions.

He began teaching at the Pratt Institute in New York in 1964 and became a consultant and instructor at the Institute's School of Industrial Design in Brooklyn, New York. That led to his appointment as a Visiting Critic in Architecture for plastics at the College of the City of New York (CCNY) a few years later.

Winfield took an interest in the use of plastics in building and construction and in 1968 he was awarded a grant by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and assigned to survey the use of plastic materials for housing in developing countries. Following his survey, in 1971 Winfield was invited to present an updated study for UNIDO on the “Uses of Plastics in the Building Industry” in Vienna, Austria.

In May of 1971, Winfield and his wife Barbara, who was also his business partner, were invited to Sydney, Australia where he gave a lecture on “Plastics in Building” and on “The Use of Plastics as Low Cost Housing Potentials” at the Second Australian Symposium on Reinforced Plastics and Composites.

His work on the use of plastics in housing led him to work on creating soft surfaces for the elderly and infirm in housing. In 1971, he was issued a patent on his work. He authored “The World's First Soft Bathroom” and “Impact Absorbing Laminate and Articles Fabricated There From.” C.A.R.E. Inc. retained Armand's firm in 1972 to design, develop and produce a low-cost prototype house for Bangladesh, India, primarily using jute as the building material along with polyester binders.

Winfield obtained a U.S. Patent No. 3,819,466, “Reinforced and Insulating Building Panel” and assigned it to the C.A.R.E. organization. The house became known internationally as the C.A.R.E./Bangladesh/Winfield house and stood on Long Island weathering for 18 years.

Relative to his work in housing, Winfield made his way to Santa Fe in 1979 and to the College of Santa Fe in New Mexico. In 1984, Winfield and his wife hosted five students form the Armand Hammer United World College of the American West, Montezuma, New Mexico. Then, in 1993, Winfield was appointed Director, and became the founder of the University of New Mexico's New Training and Research Institute for Plastics (TRIP). He served as Director of the Institute until April, 2004, when health problems forced his retirement.

He is the author of nearly 350 published articles, chapters and books on plastics and related subjects. He lectured all over the world and worked tirelessly to educate young people. In 1983, he was elected to the Plastics Pioneers Association in recognition of the service.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Armand G. Winfield Papers contains the professional papers and some personal papers of Armand G. Winfield. It focuses on the client files of Winfield's consulting company which he formed in 1964 with his wife, Barbara.

Client folders contains all of Winfield's numbered client files.

Miscellaneous client folders includes business dealings with clients not numbered.

Papers contains "100 Years Young," by Winfield, professional and personal communications and finances, printed material, newspaper and magazine clippings, and two VHS tapes.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Collection is divided into the series listed above and alphabetized.

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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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Related Material

Special Collections Research Center has numerous holdings in the areas of plastics and industrial design. Please refer to the SCRC Subject Index for a complete listing. See also the Armand G. Winfield Collection, Cooper-Hewitt Museum and the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design, New York; and the Armand G. Winfield Papers at the Center for Southwest Research, University of New Mexico.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Winfield, Armand G.

Corporate Bodies

Pratt Institute. School of Art and Design.
Bristol-Myers Co. Ltd.
College of Santa Fe.
Foster Grant (Firm) -- Archives.
Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.).
Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce (Santa Fe, N.M.).
Society of Plastics Engineers.
United Nations Industrial Development Organization.

Subjects

Antiques.
Plastics -- Research.
Plastics as art material.
Plastics in building.
Plastics industry and trade.

Places

Santa Fe (N.M.).
Colombia.

Genres and Forms

Research files.
Business papers.
Catalogs.
Correspondence.
Newsletters.
Technical drawings.
Technical reports.

Occupations

Businessmen.
Consultants.
Inventors.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Armand G. Winfield Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Transfer from National Plastics Center and Museum, 11/06/2008.

Originally, gift of Armand G. Winfield in memory of Barbara LaBarge Winfield, 2004

Finding Aid Information

Created by: DGI/MM
Date: 2006
Revision history: Feb 2009 - converted to EAD (MRC); Sep 2010 - updated bio dates (MRC); Jul 2014 - items rehoused, client folders arranged alphabetically, personal and professional brought together and itemized, processed for offsite (DRF)

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Inventory

Client folders
#236-237, 244-245, 251, 257-258, 260-266, 268-271, 273-283, 285, 287-288, 296-297, 315-316, 318-319, 326-329, 331-334, 336-337, 339-350, 352-355, 363-393 - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 1 3M (#84) 1968-1970 (2 folders)
Box 1 Airco (Air Reduction Co.) (#128) 1971
Box 1 Alix Antiques (#168) 1974 (2 folders)
Box 1 Alumet Corporation (#124) 1971 (2 folders)
Box 1 American Aniline & Extract (#12) 1964
Box 1 American Cyanamid Company (#14) 1964
Box 1 American Engineering Model Co. (#173) 1975
Box 1 American Institute of Architects Journal (#25) 1964-1970
Box 2 American Marble Products Co. (#16) 1964-1965
American Museum of Natural History (#305) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 2 Amtech Corporation (#307) 1985 (2 folders)
Box 2 Anderson, John (#324) 1987
ANTEC embedments (#67) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 2 Anton Products Corporation (#46) 1966-1967
Box 2 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): billing 1985-1986
Box 2 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): communications 1985-1986
Box 2 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): drawings 1985-1986
Box 3 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): financial information 1985-1986
Box 3 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): general 1985
Box 3 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): patents 1985
Box 3 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): pro-forma 1985
Box 3 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): trips 1986
Box 3 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): miscellaneous 1982-1983, 1985-1986 (3 folders)
Box 4 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): miscellaneous 1984-1987 (7 folders)
Box 5 Applied Training Dynamics (#298, 310): miscellaneous 1985-1986 (2 folders)
Box 5 Architectural Engineering News (#32) 1965
Box 4 Arman (#27) 1964-1970 (3 folders)
Box 5 Armen Inc. (#68) 1969-1975
Box 5 Armoni, Ziva (#51) 1967
Box 5 Artistic Latex Foam Co. (#40) 1964-1967, 1971 (2 folders)
Box 5 Attwood Products Inc. (#140) 1972
Bachman, John (#359) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 5 Backe, Lief (#294) 1985
Box 5 Bangor Punta Operations Inc. (#131) 1970-1971 (2 folders)
Box 6 Barbara Day Company (#335) 1984-1985, 1987-1988 (4 folders)
Box 6 Bassine, Buelah (#88) 1969-1970
Box 6 BDF (Black Development Foundation, Inc.) (#144) 1972-1973 (2 folders)
Box 6 Bedding Magazine (#135) 1971-1972, 1974 - articles submitted
Box 6 Bendix Corporation (#220) 1980
Box 6 Bilkays Express Co. (#145) 1972
Box 6 Blackman, Andrew S. AIA (#200) 1978-1980 (7 folders)
Box 7 Blackman, Andrew S. AIA (#200) 1978-1979 (7 folders)
Box 8 Blackman, Andrew S. AIA (#200) 1979 (2 folders)
Box 9 Blackman, Andrew S. AIA (#200) 1979 (2 folders)
Box 8 Borrego, James (#325) 1986-1987
Box 8 Brewster Corp. (#58) 1971-1972 3 folders
Brit. Newf. Exp. Ltd (#43) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 8 Bristol-Myers Co. (#126) 1971-1975
Book, Lubin (#66) - missing when received, 2/2009
Brookville Country Club (#65) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 8 Brown, Harry L. (#11) 1964
Box 8 Brzezinksi, Zbigniew (#101) 1969-1970
Box 8 Burden, William (#93) 1969-1975 (3 folders)
Box 9 Burden, William (#93) 1969-1975 (2 folders)
Box 10 Burden, William (#93) 1969-1674 (12 folders)
Box 11 Business Communications Co. (#150) 1973
Box 11 Butchkeys, Sydney (#73) 1968
Box 11 Cahn Conveyor Systems, Inc. (#161) 1973-1975
Box 11 California Polytechnic State Univ. (#221) 1980
Box 11 CARE Inc. (#139) 1972
Carlisle Jewelry (#240) - missing when received, 2/2009
Castelli Industries (#208) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 11 Cavrock Manufacturing Co. (#2) 1964-1967
Box 11 CCNY visiting critic (#76) 1968-1969
Box 11 Cerro Corporation (#29) 1964-1965 (2 folders)
Box 11 Chalem, Celine (#54) 1967
Box 11 Chavez, Fabian (#243) 1981
Box 11 Chavez, Tino key tags (#256) 1982
Chemspec (#190) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 11 Chirug & Cairns embedment (#108) 1970
Citizens for Eric Scrua (#253) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 11 Civerolo, Hansen & Wolf (#291) 1982-1983, 1985
Box 12 Civerolo, Hansen & Wolf (#291) 1982-1985 (8 folders)
Box 13 Clark, Keith R. (#30) 1965
Box 13 Club of Sante Fe (#241) 1981
Box 13 Cochiti Puebo (#230) 1981
Box 13 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): advertising contracts 1980
Box 13 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): agenda 1980
Box 13 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): art work and layouts 1980
Box 13 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): clippings 1980 (2 folders)
Box 13 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): committee members 1980
Box 13 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): communications 1980 (2 folders)
Box 13 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): conference updates 1980
Box 13 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): contacts 1980
Box 14 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): contacts 1980 (3 folders)
Box 14 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): entertainment 1980
Box 14 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): final report 1980
Box 14 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): forums 1980
Box 14 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): moderators 1980
Box 14 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): news release 1980
Box 14 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): press 1980
Box 14 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): program 1980
Box 14 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): publicity 1980 (2 folders)
Box 15 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): publicity 1980
Box 15 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): speakers 1980 (20 folders)
Box 16 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): speakers 1980 (5 folders)
Box 16 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): special: Limpkins, William 1980
Box 16 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): speeches 1980
Box 16 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): field trip 1980
Box 16 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): field trip hosts 1980 (3 folders)
Box 16 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): registrations 1980 (3 folders)
Box 16 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): special invitations to opening 1980
Box 16 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): UNIDO 1980
Box 16 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): miscellaneous 1980 (2 folders)
Box 17 College of Santa Fe Energy Conference (#214): miscellaneous 1980 (4 folders)
Box 17 College Plastics Lab (# 233) 1975-1978 (2 folders)
Columbus Enterprise (#97) - missing when received, 2/2009
Commercial Fiberglass (#209) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 17 Congoleum Industries (#90) 1966, 1969-1970, 1972, 1974 (3 folders)
Box 18 Conrad, Terry (#311) 1985-1986
Box 18 Construction Specifications Institute (#100) 1969-1970
Box 18 Cooper Union (#81) 1968-1969
Box 18 Corchia, deHarak (#120) 1970-1971
Box 18 Creative Marketers Company (#147) 1972
Box 18 Cross Island Electric Corp. (#197) 1975-1978
Box 18 Dake Corporation (#175) 1973
Box 18 David Hamberger Inc. (#155) 1973-1974
Box 18 Davis, Arley E. (#228) 1981 (2 folders)
Box 18 Davis Fitzhugh Irrigation Systems (#141) 1972 (2 folders)
Box 18 DD Manufacturing Group (#196) 1977-1978
Box 19 DeMartin, Marona, Cranstoun, Downes (#170) 1974
Box 19 Dennis Larkins Studio (#309) 1985
Box 19 Dillon, Jay (#289) 1984-1985 (2 folders)
Box 19 Display World (#15) 1964-1968 (2 folders)
Divigioz, Solan (#225) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 19 Dixon, W.N. (#312) 1985-1986
Box 19 Dome East (#179) 1975
Box 20 Eastland, James (#202) 1978
Box 20 Eder, Earl (#259) 1982
Box 20 Electronized Chemical Corporation (#26) 1965-1966
Box 20 Elektra Corporation (#89) 1969
Eli Ask-Elan Assoc. (#83) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 20 Elliot Lee Inc. (#56) 1967
Box 20 Emhart Corporation (#37) 1965-1966, 1974
Box 20 Emanuel, Deetjen & Co. (#64) 1967-1968
Box 20 EMS Sales Group (#129) 1971
Box 20 Enfield Manufacturing (#180) 1975 (3 folders)
Box 21 Enfield Manufacturing (#180) 1975-1976 (3 folders)
Box 21 Environmental Graphics Inc. (#143) 1972
Box 21 Evenflo (#117) 1971 (2 folders)
Box 21 Extrudyne (#127) 1971-1975
Box 21 Finders Delightful (#184) 1975-1976 (3 folders)
Box 22 Finders Delightful (#184) 1975-1976
Box 22 Fine Arts Foundation (#42) 1966
Box 22 Flexabar (#111) 1969-1970
Box 22 Foster Grant (#149): billing 1973-1975
Box 22 Foster Grant (#149): final report 1972
Box 22 Foster Grant (#149): general correspondence 1972-1975 (3 folders)
Box 23 Foster Grant (#149): general correspondence 1974
Box 23 Foster Grant (#149): myriad 1975-1976 (6 folders)
Box 24 Foster Grant (#149): Nichrome 1974
Box 24 Foster Grant (#149): oven file 1972-1976 (2 folders)
Box 24 Foster Grant (#149): pencil 1974
Box 24 Foster Grant (#149): proposal and contract 1973
Box 24 Foster Grant (#149): retainer 1973-1975
Box 24 Foster Grant (#149): silo file 1974-1975 (2 folders)
Box 24 Foster Grant (#149): Sinn file 1969
Box 24 Foster Grant (#149): trips 1974 (5 folders)
Box 25 Foster Grant (#149): trips 1973-1975 (19 folders)
Box 26 Foster Grant (#149): miscellaneous 1968, 1972-1974 (2 folders)
Box 26 Frank, Bryan L. (#323) 1986-1987
Box 26 Frank Yu Fiberoptics (#320) 1986-1987
Box 26 Franklin & Marshall College (#232) 1975-1978
Box 26 Freidman, John (#99) 1969-1970
Box 26 Frohlich, Fred - proquinal (#322) 1986-1987
Box 26 Futuro Corp. (#86) 1969-1971 (2 folders)
Garcia, Anthony (#227) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 26 General Electric Co. (#159) 1973
Box 26 Glas-mate (#125) 1971
Box 26 Glaser, Milton (#74) 1968
Box 27 Gleason Works (#166) 1974
Box 27 Goose-in-the-Bottle Construction Co. (#218) 1980-1981
Box 27 Gorgeous Lamp Co. (#121) 1971
Box 27 Greene Plastics Co. (#45) 1965-1967, 1973-1975
Box 27 Greneker Co. (#9) 1964
Box 27 Grippi, Joseph (#53) 1967
Grow West Hydroponics (#213) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 27 Gruber Systems (#210) 1979
Box 27 Gunnar, Birkerts & Associates (#112) 1970-1971 (5 folders)
Box 28 Gunnar, Birkerts & Associates (#112) 1970 (3 folders)
Box 28 Hackett, Dwight/Hanbury, Una/Art Foundry (#219) 1980
Box 28 Hallmark (#39): 1776 project 1973
Box 28 Hallmark (#39): 3d 1973
Box 28 Hallmark (#39): acrylic embedment procedures 1975
Box 28 Hallmark (#39): billings and statements 1973-1975
Box 28 Hallmark (#39): carousel file 1974-1975
Box 28 Hallmark (#39): clear injection molding 1972
Box 28 Hallmark (#39): die cutting block 1972
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): educational trips 1966-1967
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): embedment projects 1973-1975
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): extrudyne circa 1970
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): general 1972-1975 (3 folders)
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): light box display 1972
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): potential licensees 1972
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): press manufacturing co. 1973
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): puzzles: foams (ethafoam, Sekisui, etc.) 1972
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): recruiting 1965
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): retainer 1972-1973 (2 folders)
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): RF Co. 1974
Box 29 Hallmark (#39): Rhodes, Jack 1972
Box 30 Hallmark (#39): survey - machinery 1981-1983 (2 folders)
Box 30 Hallmark (#39): survey - molders (Germany and England) 1982
Box 30 Hallmark (#39): survey - tooling 1981-1982 (2 folders)
Box 30 Hallmark (#39): typed final pages 1983
Box 30 Hallmark (#39): trips 1971-1974 (4 folders)
Box 31 Hallmark (#39): trips 1972-1973 (3 folders)
Box 31 Hallmark (#39): "up stuff" line 1972
Box 31 Hallmark (#39): urea foam dunnage 1972
Box 31 Hallmark (#39): WEP line 1972
Box 31 Hallmark (#39): writing instruments 1974-1975
Box 31 Hallmark (#39): miscellaneous 1967-1974, 1978 (6 folders)
Box 32 Hallmark (#39): miscellaneous 1965-1967, 1969-1971 (7 folders)
Box 33 Hallmark (#39): miscellaneous 1970
Box 33 Hammett, Kinglsey H. (#223) 1980
Hammond Industries (#255) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 33 Hayloft Thrift Shop (#113) 1970-1971
Box 33 Heather High Times (#215) 1980 (2 folders)
Hidalgo, Steve (#216) - missing when received, 2/2009
Higgins, Richard (#102) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 33 Hitchcock, Ray (#160) 1973
Box 33 Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc. (#136) 1972
Box 33 I Catchers/LaPiccolo, Anna (#182) 1974-1975
Box 33 IDCL Canadian project (#152) 1975
Box 33 ILLI, Inc. (#98) 1970-1971
Box 33 Industrial Plastics Industrial Consultants (#59) 1967-1968 1971 (2 folders)
Box 34 Inner-Active Development 1985, 1987 (2 folders)
Box 34 International Development Consortium (#152) 1972-1975 (5 folders)
Box 35 Instant Worm (#204) 1978 (2 folders)
Box 35 Item Processing Systems (#330) 1987-1988
Box 35 Japanese Reinforced Plastics Org. (#172) 1974-1975
Box 35 Jerry Roth Associates (#13) 1965
Box 35 Jewelite Co. (#1) 1964
Box 35 Joe Carr's Washers (#239) 1981
Box 35 Kimberling, Janet W. (#321) 1986
Box 35 Kiwanis (#234) 1981
Box 35 Knoebels Groves (#176) 1975
Box 35 KOL Inc. (#181) 1975
Box 35 Koretz, Willa (#351) 1990
Box 35 LA Darling Co. (#36) 1965
Box 35 LaBarge (#71) 1968-1970 (2 folders)
Box 36 LaMar Plastics Packaging Ltd. (#146) 1972
Box 36 Lassonde Plastics Ind. (#49) 1966-1967
Box 36 Lee Bee Metals (#158) 1973
Box 36 Lienau, David (#338) 1988
Box 36 Lincoln, JD (#358) 1990
Box 36 Liza, Mara (#85) 1970
Box 36 Locite (#306) 1985
Box 36 Madrid Mining Town Museum (#290) 1983-1985 (2 folders)
Box 36 Maisano, Louis (#194) 1977
Box 36 Mallory, Ron (#24) 1964
Box 36 Manley, Marion B. (#75) 1968
Box 36 Martin Shippers Supply, Inc. (#317) 1987
Box 36 Master Appliance Corp. (#169) 1974-1977
Box 37 Materie Plastiche 1971-1974
Box 37 Matheson, Robert (#183) 1975-1978 (3 folders)
Box 37 Merit Abrasive Products, Inc. (#174) 1974
Box 37 Metropolitan Museum of Art (#107) 1964-1965, 1970 (4 folders)
Box 37 Met Opera (#118) 1971-1972, 1974
Box 37 Mittens Designer Letters (#31) 1965
Box 37 Modern Plastics magazine (#8) 1964-1965, 1971-1973 (2 folders)
Box 38 Morland Products (#63) 1968-1969
Box 38 Mulhauser, George (#48) 1966
Murphy, Señor (#229) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 38 Museum of Modern Art (#156) 1973
Box 38 Museum Scope (#187) 1976-1977
Box 38 Nally Ltd. (#122) 1971 (3 folders)
Box 38 Nambe Mills (#246) 1981
National Carousel Roundtable (#165) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 38 National Sculpture Center (#103) 1970-197 (2 folders)
Box 38 National Tractor Pullers Association (#199) 1978
Box 38 Naumberg, Judy (#295) 1985
Box 38 NBC embedments (#23) 1964
Box 38 New Mexico Engineering Research Institute (#286) 1983-1984
Box 39 New Mexico Engineering Research Institute (#286) 1983
Box 39 New Mexico Prison Industries (#284) 1983-1984
Box 39 NEUF (#135) 1971-1974
Box 39 Newberger, Babette (#70) 1968-1969
Jean Nicolesco, Jean (#91) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 39 Norfield (#167): client literature circa 1975
Box 39 Norfield (#167): general correspondence 1975 (2 folders)
Box 39 Norfield (#167): Long Island 1975
Box 39 Norfield (#167): prices 1975
Box 39 Norfield (#167): sales development 1975
Box 39 Norfield (#167): testing 1974
Box 39 Norfield (#167): trips 1974 (9 folders)
Box 40 Norfield (#167): trips 1972-1976 (4 folders)
Box 40 North American Phillips Co. (#316) 1986
Box 40 North Bay Electric Works, Inc. (#308) 1985-1986 (3 folders)
Box 40 O'Hory, Harry (#357) 1990-1991 (2 folders)
Box 40 ORPIA (#338) 1989-1990
Box 41 Oxford Hall Silversmiths (#211) 1979 (3 folders)
Box 41 Parker, Brooks (#114) 1970
Box 41 Patrician Plastics Group (#18) 1964-1967
Box 41 Pentone (#28) 1965
Box 41 Petro-Chemical (#115) 1970-1971
Box 41 Plasticoid (#17) 1964-1965
Box 41 Plasticonstruction (#147) 1972-1974
Box 42 Polecats, Inc. (#57) 1967
Box 42 Population Council (#78) 1968
Box 42 Pratt Institute (#22) 1964-1970 (10 folders)
Box 43 Pratt Packaging (#69) 1968
Box 43 Progressive Architecture (#106) 1970, 1972 (3 folders)
Box 43 Prototek (#360) 1991 (2 folders)
Box 43 Provincial Tile Co. (#50) 1966-1967
Box 43 Pullman Swindell (#206) 1978-1979 (2 folders)
Box 44 Pullman Swindell (#206) 1978-1979 (3 folders)
Quivera, Gean (?) (#247) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 44 RA Marshall Imports (#44) 1966-1967, 1970-1971 (6 folders)
Box 44 Radetsky, Jack (#105) 1970
Box 44 Ram-Tech (#293) 1983-1985
Ramakrishnan, R. (#212) - missing when received, 2/2009
Randall, Joel/Cheek, John (#222) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 45 Ratowsky, Ian (#299) 1985
Box 45 RC Molding Co. (#163) 1973
Box 45 Regnault, Paule (#72) 1968
Box 45 Reichhold Chemicals (#109) 1970-1971
Box 45 Reid, Sara (#7) 1963-1964
Box 45 Renbrook School (#20) 1964
Box 45 Revlon, Inc. (#82) 1965
Box 45 Richards, John (#47) 1966
Box 45 Rightway Mattress Co. (#164) 1973-1974 (3 folders)
Box 45 Roseman, Harry (#79) 1968
Box 45 Rosen, Harry E. (#231) 1964
Box 45 Rowland Products (#5) 1964-1965
Box 45 Rubber and Technical Press, Ltd. (#162) 1963-1973
Box 45 RSZ Enterprises (#191) 1976-1977
Box 45 Salzman, Richard (#95) 1969-1970
Box 45 Sandberg, Bernard L. (#193) 1975
Box 46 Sandgren and Murtha (#119) 1971
Box 46 Sandoval, Orlando (#226) 1981
Box 46 Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce (#252) 1981
Box 46 Santa Fe Community Theater (#267) 1981
Box 46 Santa Fe Contract Design (#238) 1981
Box 46 Santa Fe Laminates, Inc. (#250) 1981
Box 46 Scwhartz/United Plastic (#132) 1971-1972 (2 folders)
Box 46 Scott Plastics (#62) 1967-1968
Box 46 Selchow and Richter (#94) 1969
Seth, Laurie (#292) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 46 Shapanka, H. Milton (#137) 1972
Box 46 Shell Chemical Co. (#61) 1967
Box 46 Signs of the Times (#154) 1973
Box 46 Silver City Seminar (#362) 1991
Box 46 Simpson, George (#207) 1978
Box 46 Simsovic, Jeff (#313) 1985
Box 46 Ski Wings (#302) 1985
Box 46 Slide-O-Chromse (#60) 1967-1968
Sodalsky, Stan/Steer Skull (#242) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 47 SPE Albany Lectures (#34) 1965-1972, 1980 (2 folders)
Box 47 Spencer, Elizabeth Ann (#254) 1982
Box 47 Spies, George H. (#33) 1965-66
Box 47 Stagecrafters (#356) 1990
Box 47 Sterbal, Rosewitha (#201) 1978
Box 47 Sunfield Corp. (#186) 1976-1978 (4 folders)
Box 48 Sunfield Corp. (#186) 1976-1977 (2 folders)
Box 48 Sutphin, Andrea (#338) 1988-1989
Box 48 Swingball (#142) 1972
Box 48 Systems Resources Corp. (#92) 1969
Box 48 Target Communication (#157) 1973
Box 48 Technomic Publishing Co. (#6) 1964
Box 48 Teena Creations 1973-1974 (2 folders)
Box 48 Texas A&M University (#116) 1971
Box 48 The Clan, Inc. (#10) 1964
Box 48 The Club of Santa Fe (#314) 1985
Box 48 The Designer (#123) 1970-1971
Box 49 The Designer (#123) 1971
Thompson, Walter J. (#192) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 49 Tri-State Packaging (#148) 1972
Box 49 Triborough Bridge & Tunnel Authority (#188) 1976-1977 (4 folders)
Box 49 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): accessories 1981
Box 49 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): billing 1981
Box 49 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): catalog info 1981
Box 49 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): decoy data and price list 1981
Box 49 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): designs 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): flu resume data 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): general 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): labels 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): Lippe, Vincent 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): Ma-Kiwa series 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): price lists 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): NYC trip 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): Rio Madero 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): sales 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): tags & labels 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): worksheets 1981
Box 50 Tuff-N-Lite (#248): miscellaneous 1981
Box 50 UF Chemicals (#130) 1970-1972 (2 folders)
Box 50 Ultra Ten, Inc. (#272) 1983-1985 (3 folders)
Box 51 Ultra Ten, Inc. (#272) 1983-1985 (4 folders)
Box 51 UNIDO (#77): Aman 1975
Box 51 UNIDO (#77): Colombia 1979
Box 51 UNIDO (#77): survey of plastics 1969, 1971 (4 folders)
Box 52 UNIDO (#77): travel info 1977-1979
Box 52 UNIDO (#77): miscellaneous 1969-1979 (6 folders)
Box 52 Universal Specialties (#177) 1975
Box 52 University of Arizona (#198) 1978
Box 53 University of Hartford Art School (#104) 1970
Box 53 University of Lowell (#205) 1978-1979 (2 folders)
Box 53 University of New Mexico (#235) 1978
Box 53 Uniwave (#185) 1976
Box 53 Veschesloff, Nadesha (#4) 1964-1969
Box 53 Verplex Co. (#52) 1966-1969 (5 folders)
Box 54 VH Blackinton Co. (#38) 1965-1966
Box 54 Viara Enterprises (#303) 1985-1986
Box 54 Visual Impact (#55) 1967
Box 54 Voltek, Inc. (#171) 1974
Box 54 Walsh, Joanna (#304) 1985 (2 folders)
Box 54 Washington Hebrew Congregation (#35) 1965-1966
Box 54 Water Jet Corp. (#301) 1985
Box 54 Water Witch/Zane Spiegel (#314) 1985
Box 54 Weber Tackle, & Plastics (#153) 1973
Whaler, Dr. William J. (#224) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 55 William Kaufman Organization (#110) 1970 (12 folders)
Box 55 Winfield, Helen O. (#96) 1969-1970, 1974
Box 55 WM Amusements (#195) 1977-1978
Box 56 WM Amusements (#195) 1977-1978 (8 folders)
Box 56 Worcester Molded Products Co. (#19) 1964-1965
Wright, Dan (#249) - missing when received, 2/2009
Box 56 Wright Yacht Co. (#189) 1975-1976 (2 folders)
Box 57 Youngerman, Jack (#203) 1978
Box 57 Zaria Displays (#3) 1964
Miscellaneous client folders
Box 57 Air Products 1985
Box 57 Alber, Diane 1989
Box 57 Allai, W. Wesley 1980
Box 57 Antique sales 1977-1978, 1981
Box 57 Clark Museum 1962-1963
Box 57 DuPont literature 1972-1973 (2 folders)
Box 57 Engine 5030 project 1986
Box 58 Films - Griffolyn 1959
Box 57 Gerald Maestra's Body-Dryer 1984
Box 57 Hoback, Priscilla 1987
Box 58 Indian Jute Mills Association 1972
Box 58 Lancaster merry-go-round 1978
Box 58 National Bureau of Standards 1971-1973
Box 58 Polyester - Celanese Corp. of America 1957
Box 58 Porcelain enamels, frits, low temp. glass, etc. 1958
Box 58 Peng, Charlie 1988
Box 58 Roose Electronics 1985
Box 58 Toby Form Service 1973
Box 58 United World College 1984-1985
Papers
Box 58 100 Years Young 1968
Box 58 Colombia: letters 1979 (2 folders)
Box 58 Communications 1969, 1975, 1977, 1979-1986, 1990, undated (3 folders)
Box 59 Communications 1973, 1976, 1978-1979, 1981, 1983-1985
Box 59 Financial 1961, 1968-1969, 1971, 1973-1975, 1978, 1980-1985, 1987, undated (3 folders)
Box 59 Newspaper and magazine clippings 1978-1979, 1983-1984 (3 folders)
Box 59 Printed materials 1975-1980, undated (2 folders)
Box 60 Printed materials 1975-1977, 1979-1980, 1984-1985, 1987, undated (2 folders)
Box 60 Miscellaneous 1972-1974, 1976-1981, 1984-1985 - photographs, handwritten notes, and sketches (5 folders)
Box 60 Video: "CARE/Bangladesh,Winfield house" 1972 (1 VHS tape) (ID#: winfield_001)
Box 60 Video: "The Jemez in 1939-1940, etc." undated (1 VHS tape) (ID#: winfield_002)

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