Personal Papers: Sketchbooks, 1929-1960
29 leaves (21 with sketches or text)
Ink and pencil sketches of existing French and American Beaux-Arts buildings. A few leaves have drawings on both recto and
62 leaves (52 with sketches)
Most sketches show plans produced by other architects after Beaux-Arts programs; most have extensive notes on verso; many
are dated to the date of the plan, e.g. 1904.
16 leaves (12 with sketches)
Paris. Sketches of people, dogs, etc. as observed from
45 leaves (36 with sketches)
Sketches of 20th c. buildings in Germany, Holland and Belgium. Most include extensive notes.
Sketchbook, 1934 Feb. - 1934 Mar.
56 leaves (54 with sketches)
Sketches for Paris, Tel Aviv, Egypt, Syria, and Spain,
most with notes.
46 leaves (21 pages with sketches)
Pencil on paper, several loose pages, and some pages glued to other pages. In front of book: 1 p. of notes on Housing Exhibition,
dated Jan. 22, 1934. Inside back cover, labelled: Studies for Development of Central Park - 1936 -[MA]. All drawings are
found in the back of book.
Photograph of plan to continue 6th Avenue thru end under Central Park
Mounted photograph of drawing
Title inscribed on board. Accompanies Notebook with sketches for Development of Central Park
Notebook (and envelope) from trips to China for U.S.
29 leaves (lined pages torn from small notebook)
Contains flight information, Mandarin vocabulary, field notes and sketches, and layouts of specific locations. Housed in War
Department envelope labeled: Sketches made of Field Trip 1944-45.
27 leaves (l5 with sketches or text)
Pencil, red pencil, ink, and marker sketches for the Assembly Hall, University of Illinois. Sketchbook found with folder
of clippings from 1957.
11 leaves (10 with sketches or text)
Ink sketches of various projects and ideas. Notes in ink and pencil. A few leaves contain notes on both recto and verso.
Pages have been removed.