Brooklyn Museum
1 folder.
University of Illinois at Chicago - Special Collections and University Archives
13.5 linear ft.
This collection contains the official records of each conference from 1951 through 1987 including copies of papers presented, transcribed conference records, tape recordings of IDCA meetings, correspondence, and a wide range of graphic materials produced in conjunction with the conference.
Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection
.8 linear ft. (2 boxes) (400 pieces)
The collection contains correspondence, announcements, programs, reports, pamphlets, periodicals, and newspaper clippings.
Getty Research Institute
ca. 139 linear ft. (276 boxes, 6 flatfile folders) ca. 1312 sound cassettes: ca. 24 sound cassettes: ca. 210 videocassettes (VHS): ca. 37 videocassettes (U-matic): ca. 42 videocassettes (Betacam): ca. 14 videocassettes (MiniDV): ca. 7 videocassettes (DVCAM): 1 videoreel: 2 film reels: 21 sound tape reels: 53 CD-ROMs; 35 computer disks; 1 computer disk (Zip drive);
Consisting of office files and correspondence, printed conference materials, photographs, posters, and audio and video recordings, the archive illustrates the governing ideas and themes addressed each year and provides information about the individuals who participated in and planned each conference. While the majority of documentation pertains to the IDCA itself, the archive also includes materials about other organizations with which the IDCA was affiliated such as the Aspen Institute of Humanistic Studies.
Getty Research Institute
20.7 lin.ft. (29 boxes, 5 flatfiles)
The collection contains draft manuscripts, printed material and research notes for 8 of Banham's published books, for unpublished projects and many articles and reviews related to the history of architecture and design. Included are the notes and manuscripts for his public lectures and his teaching. Other files document his participation on design juries and his consultation work. Printed matter, reports, photographs and correspondence from the International Design Conference in Aspen, 1950-1990, point to Banham's involvement with the Aspen design conference during the formative years of its existence.
North Dakota State University
1 videodisc (35 min.)
Video footage taken primarily in the Southwestern United States of modern and historical structures that utilize the principles of sustainable architecture.
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
66.5 linear ft. (133 boxes)
Consists of biographical material, correspondence, subject files, financial documents, publications, scrapbooks, ledgers, newspaper clippings, a movie, and photographs. Includes information pertaining to the Container Corporation of America, a business founded by Walter Paepcke in 1926. In addition to materials that refer to Paepcke's paperboard container business, the papers also document some of his philanthropic, cultural, and educational interests. Included among them is the Goethe Bicentennial Foundation, which organized a festival in 1949 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Included among Paepcke's other cultural and educational activities are materials relating to the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. The AIHS, founded in 1950, became an intellectual and cultural center of continuing education that provided seminars, lectures, and forums conducted by leaders in commerce, industry, science, education, religion, and government.
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center
1 linear ft.
American artist, industrial designer, architect and teacher. Collection includes printed material, correspondence, subject files, manuscripts, photographs and press releases.
Getty Research Institute
20.7 linear feet (29 boxes, 5 flatfiles)
British-born architectural historian and critic, educator, and editor, 1922-1988. The collection contains draft manuscripts, printed material and research notes for eight of Banham's published books, for unpublished projects, and many articles and reviews related to the history of architecture and design. Included are the notes and manuscripts for his public lectures and his teaching. Other files document his participation on design juries and his consultation work.
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Mortimer Jerome Adler, philosopher, educator, writer. The Mortimer J. Adler Papers include information on his work with the Great Books, Encyclopaedia Britannica, and the Institute for Philosophical Research as well as material relating to his many publications. The collection consists of articles, correspondence, manuscripts, memoranda, newspaper clippings, notes, reading lists, reprints, and other materials relating to the career of Mortimer J. Adler.

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