Getty Research Institute
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
Brooklyn Museum
University of Illinois at Chicago - Special Collections and University Archives
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
Newberry Library
Diaries, notes, original manuscripts of writings, design art, correspondence, personal and financial records, printed ephemera, and type specimens from the collection of Robert Hunter Middleton There are extensive files relating to the Ludlow Typograph Co., Middleton's longtime employer; to Cherryburn Press and Apprentice House, his private imprints; to the Society of Typographic Arts, and to other organizations. The extensive correspondence files include particularly significant exchanges with artists Egdon Margo and Paul Standard; printers Paul Duensing, Joseph Graves, Victor and Caroline Hammer, and Giovanni Mardersteig; and designers John Dreyfus, James Mangan, Leslie Sprunger, and Gordon Williams. Examples of Middleton's work are to be found in the cataloged collection. Related materials are in the Newberry Archives, the Caxton Club Archives, the Ernst F. Detterer Papers, the Douglas McMurtrie Papers, the Raymond F. DaBoll Papers, and the James Hayes Papers. Books and ephemera ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
The collection contains draft manuscripts, printed material and research notes for 8 of Banham's published books, for unpublished projects and many articles and reviews related to the history of architecture and design.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
History Colorado
The collection contains correspondence, announcements, programs, reports, pamphlets, periodicals, and newspaper clippings
Getty Research Institute
Founded in 1951, the International Design Conference in Aspen (IDCA) emulated the Bauhaus philosophy by promoting a close collaboration between modern art, design, and commerce. For more than 50 years the conference served as a forum for designers to discuss and disseminate current developments in the related fields of graphic arts, industrial design, and architecture. The records of the IDCA include office files and correspondence, printed conference materials, photographs, posters, and audio and video recordings.
University of Illinois at Chicago - Special Collections and University Archives
The International Design Conference in Aspen began in 1951. Founded by many of America's rising stars on the graphic design scene, the IDCA sought to provide a forum for discussion on design. The material covers the formation of the IDCA in 1951 until 1986.
History Colorado
This collection documents the history of the Aspen Institute from 1952 to 1991. Its includes correspondence from 1955-1975 between members and officers of the Institute; International Design Conference material dating from 1952-1969, including programs and lists of participants for the conference; literary material dating from 1956-1979, including press releases, advertizing booklets, programs, and annual reports for the Institute; newspaper clippings dating from 1954-1988; and photographs of the Albert Schweitzer International Convocation held in Aspen, Colorado in May 1966
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
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

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