Architectural plans, drawings, photoprints for The Singapore house, 1819-1942

Lee Kip Lee

Details

14 items : black and white ; 29 x 41 or smaller.
Plans: -- -- (photocopy, mounted on cardboard) -- -- (photocopy, mounted on cardboard) -- -- (photocopy) -- -- (photocopy) -- -- (text in English and Malay).
Photoprints: -- -- (10 photoprints mounted on cardboard) -- -- (6 photoprints mounted on cardboard) --.
Miscellaneous: -- -- (photocopy) -- -- ( holograph, in black ink) -- -- (on recyled paper).
Floppy disks: -- disk 1 [chapters 1-5, 16A] -- disk 2 [chapters 6-15] -- disk 3 [figures, plates].
Lee Kip Lin (1925-2011) was an architect and lecturer at the National University of Singapore's School of Architecture, as well as a researcher, writer and photographer. From 1965 to 1995, Lee Kip Lin photographed many buildings and streets in Singapore to document its architectural heritage.
Title devised by cataloguer.
Includes 3 floppy disks (5 1/4 in.) containing draft of Lee Kip Lin's The Singapore house.

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