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This set consists of 2 drawings, ink on linen; 1 drawing, graphite on linen; 3 drawings, graphite on tracing paper; 7 drawings, blackline prints on paper; 2 drawings, graphite on paper; and 2 drawings, blueline prints on paper
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Senior Research Scholar, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
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Recollections of Allard Lowenstein; involvement in civil rights movement; perceptions of Lowenstein by Students for a Democratic Society and Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee activists; connection between National Student Association and Students for a Democratic Society; anti-communism; Helsinki Conference;Dump Johnson movement; 1968 presidential election and anti-war movement; Chicago Democratic Convention; Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions; recollections of Dennis Sweeney
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Pilot's license, 1932; the Australian race; instrument flying; aviation medicine; ferry flights during World War II; women pilots in the Air Force; use of jet planes; world records; FAI; visits to Russia; Northeast Airlines. Recollections of Howard Hughes, Amelia Earhart
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Manuscripts and correspondence related to his work on Thomas Mann, Alfred North Whitehead, James Joyce, Emily Dickinson, Edith Wharton, Willa Cather as well as manuscripts of essays on greek philosophy, and military ethics -- Also included is material on Ford Maddox Ford associated with an editing project on which he collaborated with Janice Biala
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The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and newspaper clippings, mostly about Chatterton. These letters were sent to Robert N. Green-Armytage, the noted British book-collector before World War II and during the 1950s
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Correspondence, reports, and financial records of the association
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This material is drawn primarily from a 1961 program at Columbia University's School of Architecture in celebration of the four great founders of contemporary architecture: Charles-Edouard Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Frank Lloyd Wright. It includes addresses by Le Corbusier and Gropius as well as an interview with Mies van der Rohe. Discussion focuses upon philosophies of design, aspects of their various architectural projects, and the juncture of architecture and city planning. Also included are earlier taped conversations with Walter Gropius and Frank Lloyd Wright
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Industrialist, inventor;interviewee d.1978
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Brief interviews with notable mining engineers on salient phases of their careers. Consultants and executives of companies in widely scattered areas from Alaska to South Africa, they also provide information on the discovery and exploration of new mines