Smithsonian Libraries
This collection consists of
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Papers of the American industrial designer. Collection includes correspondence (1940-1965), blueprints, design drawings, notes, photographs, renderings, reports, pamphlets, clippings (1932-1965) and color slides, 1966.
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Strother MacMinn (1918-1998) was a designer, writer and influential teacher of automotive design. He assisted in the design of automobiles at General Motors, Opel, and Oldsmobile. But his main position was as an instructor of automotive design at the distinguished Art Center College of Design in California. These are six prints of car models designed by MacMinn for DuPont.
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
There are six prints each depicting a different model of car: sportscar, amphibious car, luxury car, commuter car, passenger car, station wagon. The caption reads, "CARS OF TOMORROW" SERIES. Designed for DuPont by Strother MacMinn. Finished with DuPont LUCITE Acrylic lacquer
Smithsonian Libraries
This collection covers the period that Ratia was with Marimekko, 1951-1979
Rice University
The collection consists of materials that represent what the Cain Project was, from proposals to teaching materials, reports, photographs, and assessments. It also includes records relating to University-wide communication requirements during the period of the Cain Project (1998-2008).
Alabama Department of Archives and History
The administrative manuals, as differentiated from the program manuals, cover various aspects of the internal management of the Department. They include manuals for general administration, personnel, Board members, staff development, the inspection of county departments, work-sampling, the Alabama Service Information System, and related materials