Architectural League of New York records, 1880s-1974, bulk 1927-1968

A Finding Aid to the Architectural League of New York Records, 1880s-1974, bulk 1927-1968, in the Archives of American Art, by Sarah Haug

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Historical Information

Modeling the organization's name after the Art Students League of New York, the Architectural League of New York was founded in New York City in 1881 by a group of architects who wished to gather and discuss architecture and its relationship to the arts. The group elected D.W. Willard as the first President of the League and they began gathering regularly to discuss and critique each other's sketches and hold competitions. The organization grew quickly and soon the League rented a room in a building on 14th Street between University Place and Fifth Avenue.

However, by the mid-1880s the founders and more active League members left New York, and membership began to falter. The League was reorganized in 1886, expanding membership beyond professional architects, and incorporated in 1888 with 166 members. In 1889, the League joined with the Art Students League of New York and the Society of American Artists to form the American Fine Arts Society. Thus, in 1892 the three organizations were able to erect a building at 215 West 57th Street where the League remained until 1927 when it moved to 115 East 40th Street.

The League was run by the Executive Committee and its officers, elected every two years. The beginning of each League season kicked off with an annual dinner in the spring. The League also formed numerous committees to organize activities and manage administrative tasks. Noteworthy committees include the Current Work Committee, House Committee, Finance Committee, Exhibition Committee, Membership Committee, and Scholarships and Special Awards Committee.

The League's interdisciplinary approach to architecture and the arts was expressed through sponsored forums and discussions with architects and artists. From the League's beginning, the Current Work Committee was established to organize educational forums for members. Recognition of achievement was awarded by an Annual Exhibition from the late 1880s until 1938. In 1950, the League began awarding the annual National Gold Medal Exhibition in various fields such as landscape architecture, engineering, and sculpture. Additionally, the League awarded numerous other scholarships each year. Architects, artists, and arts-related organizations could also rent space in the League building to hold meetings, discussions, and exhibitions.

The League admitted its first female member in 1934. Notable members of the League included Arnold W. Brunner (President, 1903-1905), Cass Gilbert (President, 1913-1915), Philip Johnson, Robert A.M. Stern, and Russell Sturgis (President, 1889-1893).

The Architectural League of New York continues to provide educational opportunities and scholarships to students and professionals.

Background information was gathered from a written history of the League by Cass Gilbert found in this collection and the Architectural League of New York website (http://archleague.org/category/archive/history-archive/).

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The records of the Architectural League of New York measure 115.1 linear feet and date from 1880s-1974 (bulk 1927-1968). The League's mission "to advance the art of architecture" is documented through administrative and business records, committee records and officers' files, exhibition files, records of functions and events, correspondence, publicity files, photographs, lantern slides, and scrapbooks.

League records prior to 1927 are limited in the collection and are mostly found among Administrative Files. The administrative files include a nearly complete collection of annual reports from 1889-1932 and various meetings minutes from 1889 through the mid-20th century. Also found is a history of the League written by founding member Cass Gilbert, documentation of the changes of the League Constitution and By-Laws during the first half of the 20th century, and other administrative records.

Over a third of the collection are records from committees, including voluminous records of the Executive Committee, Current Work Committee, House Committee, Finance Committee, Membership Committee, and Scholarships and Special Awards Committee. In addition, there are scattered records for minor committees. Materials include correspondence, meeting minutes, election ballots, financial records, membership records, documents related to awarding scholarships and awards, and other administrative and organizational committee records. Found is the original 1889 agreement between the Architectural League, the Art Students League, and the Society of American Artists to build the American Fine Arts Society building. Throughout the collection, but especially in the Membership Committee subseries, the records provide a glimpse into the struggles the League faced during the Depression through World War II to maintain dues-paying members.

Officers' Files includes collated records of the League Executive Secretary and Secretary, as well as correspondence of the League President and Treasurer. Materials found here are not comprehensive; similar materials can be found throughout the collection.

Financial records such as bank statements, correspondence, and ledgers; insurance correspondence and policies; and legal correspondence, are found in the Business Records series. This series does not include records prior to 1926.

Exhibition files provide detailed documentation of the exhibitions sponsored by, or held at, the League primarily from the 1930s to the early 1970s. Records related to the League Annual Exhibition, the National Gold Medal Exhibitions, and the 1939 World's Fair in New York are found here, as well as exhibition files arranged chronologically by exhibition date and miscellaneous administrative files. Materials include administrative files, applications, correspondence, printed materials, publicity files, and other records related to organizing and managing exhibitions. The files of the Exhibition Committee are also found here.

Other series which document activities held by, or held at, the League include Functions and Events series and Publicity Files series. Found is correspondence, printed materials, press releases, schedules, and other administrative documents created in organizing events such as dinners, lectures, receptions, balls, and outings. The Records of Other Organizations includes records relating to organizations that had business with the League, often regarding events, meetings, and exhibitions held at the League. Represented here are some records of the American Institute of Architects (A.I.A.) and the National Sculpture Society (N.S.S.).

Correspondence includes miscellaneous correspondence arranged alphabetically by subject or name, and collated correspondence arranged chronologically. Most of the chronological correspondence appears to be Secretaries' files. The materials in the Miscellaneous series seem to have been separated from their original files, or were never filed properly. Therefore, materials and contents are similar to those found in other series, such as correspondence, administrative records, some financial records, and handwritten notes.

Black and white photographs, a handful of colored photographs, nearly 350 lantern slides, and negatives of exhibitions, buildings, events, and portraits are found in the Photographic Materials series.

Sixteen scrapbooks include eight scrapbooks of clippings from 1880s-1960s, and seven scrapbooks of notices and printed materials from 1925-1930. Also found is a scrapbook of signatures of event attendees, a clippings scrapbook compiled by Hamilton M. Wright, and a scrapbook of the Archeological Institute of America.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged as 12 series:

There are frequently similar and related materials in multiple series, as is indicated in the series' descriptions. The records may originally have been arranged by file owner (committees, secretary, etc.), then by League season (roughly May - April). Most series include a handful of folders in which the original folder title indicates the file owner and League season (i.e. Secretary 1938-1939).

Subjects and Names

This collection is indexed in the online catalog of the Archives of American Art under the following terms:

Subjects:

  • American Institute of Architects
  • National Sculpture Society (U.S.)
  • New York World's Fair, (1939-1940)

Subjects-Topical:

  • Architecture
  • Associations, institutions, etc.

Types of Materials:

  • Annual reports
  • Lantern slides
  • Minutes
  • Photographs
  • Scrapbooks

Names:

  • Gilbert, Cass, 1859-1934

Provenance

The Architectural League of New York records were donated in several installments from 1967-1980 by the Architectural League of New York.

Separated and Related Materials

Among the holdings of the Archives of American Art are several collections that contain Architectural League of New York records. The American Federation of Arts records, 1895-1993, include a significant amount of League records related to national awards programs and lantern slides from the "New Horizons in America" lecture series.

How the Collection was Processed

The collection was minimally processed in 2011 by Sarah Haug with funding provided by the Smithsonian Institution's Collections Care and Preservation Fund. Minimal-level processing methodologies have been used to provide access to collections as soon as possible and to eliminate the backlog of unprocessed collections. These collections have been minimally rearranged and usually retain the existing/original folder titles. All materials are rehoused in archival folders and boxes for long-term stability, but often staples and other fasteners are not removed. Documents are usually removed from binders and notebooks for more efficient and stable storage.

The original filing system of the Architectural League of New York records did not appear to be intact when the processing archivist received the collection. The records were grouped into artificial series and the processing archivist was not able to determine the original filing system. The series arrangement upon accession was mostly retained; however, folders in each series were reorganized for ease of access. Materials within folders have not been rearranged. A normal level of weeding of tax, personnel, and medical records containing personal information was performed.

Generally, folder headings were transcribed from the original folder labels. Changes to folder headings were made only to clarify folder contents. Information in brackets provides additional context and was added by the archivist based on the folder's contents or the arrangement upon accession.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

Use of original papers requires an appointment.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Architectural League of New York records are owned by the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Literary rights as possessed by the donor have been dedicated to public use for research, study, and scholarship. The collection is subject to all copyright laws.

How to Cite this Collection

Architectural League of New York records, 1880s-1974, bulk 1927-1968. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Administrative Files, 1889-1969
(Boxes 1-10, OV 116; 9.7 linear feet)

Administrative Files includes a nearly complete run of annual reports from 1889-1932 (not present: 1890-1891, 1892-1893, 1895-1896, 1898-1899, 1899-1900); League meeting minutes and various committee meeting minutes collated and arranged chronologically; records and notes regarding changes in the League Constitution and By-Laws; vendor receipts; some Secretary's files from the late 1920s-1943; a history of the League written by founding member Cass Gilbert, and other administrative records.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
1 1 115 East 40th Street Available Space, 1953
(Oversized material housed in OV 116)
1 2 115 East 40th Street Building Plans, 1927
(Oversized material housed in OV 116)
1 3 115 East 40th Street Proposed Changes, 1946
(Oversized material housed in OV 116)
1 4 Annual Meeting (Apr. 5, 1951), Reports of Committees, 1951
1 5 Annual Meeting (Apr. 28, 1965), 1965
1 6 Annual Meeting Dinner, 1946
1 7-14 Annual Reports, 1889-1932
(8 folders)
Box Folder
2 1-7 Annual Reports, 1889-1932
(7 folders)
Box Folder
3 1-7 Annual Reports, 1889-1932
(7 folders)
Box Folder
4 1-6 Annual Reports, 1889-1932
(6 folders)
Box Folder
5 1-5 Annual Reports, 1889-1932
(5 folders)
5 6 Annual Reports, 1940-1941, 1947-1948, 1955
(5 bound volumes)
5 7 Architects Offices, Inc., 1927, 1942-1952
5 8-10 Architects Offices, Inc., 1927-1962
(3 folders)
5 11 Catalog, 1949
Box Folder
6 Chronological Files,
6 1-16 1934-1951, 1960-1962, Executive Committee Minutes, 1934-1951, 1960- 1962
(16 folders)
6 17 1940-1943, 1948-1949, Scholarships and Special Awards Committee Minutes, 1940-1943, 1948-1949
6 18 1945 Proceedings of the Architectural League of New York, 1945
6 19 1946 Proceedings, Joint Meeting - ALNY and Municipal Art Society, 1946
6 20-21 1949-1959, Various Committee Minutes, 1949-1959
(2 folders)
Box Folder
7 Chronological Files,
7 1-2 1950-1953, Various Committee Minutes, 1950-1953
(2 folders)
7 3-20 1951-1963, Various Committee Minutes, 1949-1963
(18 folders)
Box Folder
8 Chronological Files,
8 1-2 1951-1963, Various Committee Minutes, 1949-1963
(2 folders)
8 3 1955-1967, Membership Lists of Committees, 1955-1967
8 4 Constitution and By-Laws (1951), 1951
8 Constitution and By-Laws,
8 5-12 Amendments, 1918, 1937-1943, 1950s
(8 folders)
8 13 Amendments and Correspondence (1960-1961), 1960
8 14 By-Laws Committee Correspondence, 1950
8 15-16 Changes, circa 1947, 1949
(2 folders)
8 17 Changes - J. Scott Williams, 1937-1960
8 18 Data (1955-1956), circa 1955-1956
8 19 Draft Article IV Membership, undated
8 20 Notated, undated
8 21 Old, 1951-1955
8 22 Proposed Amendment to Article 2, Section 1, Dues and Charges, 1964
8 23-26 Proposed Amendments, 1938-1964
(4 folders)
8 27-28 Proposed Amendments and Letters, 1922-1924, 1953
(2 folders)
8 29 Proposed By-Laws Correspondence, 1951
8 30 Proposed Changes (1953), 1934-1955
8 31 Guest Register, 1928
8 32 History of the Founding, 1921-1958
8 33-36 Minutes of Annual Meetings, 1950-1969
(4 folders)
8 37-40 Minutes of Regular Meetings, 1889-1917
(4 folders)
Box Folder
9 1-10 Minutes of Regular Meetings, 1889-1917
(10 folders)
9 11 Minutes of Special Meeting (Dec. 4, 1917), 1917
9 12 Notices, Miscellaneous, 1946-1963
9 13 Overview of Arch League of NY for A.I.A. 1965 Citation of an Organizational Medal, 1950s-1965
9 14 Proceedings, 1899
(2 bound volumes)
Box Folder
10 1-3 Ration Statements and Books, 1942-1946
(3 folders)
10 4 Rationing, 1943-1944
10 5-18 Receipts, circa 1938-1966
(14 folders)
10 19 Secretary 1929-1930, Affidavits of Mailing Amendment to Increase Dues, 1930
10 20 Secretary 1933-1934, Constitution and By-Laws, Proposed Amendements (Notices Sent 4/19/34), 1934
10 21 Secretary 1933-1934, Proposed Important Changes in The League - A.L. Harmon, President, 1933-1935
10 22 Secretary 1937-1938, Constitution and By-Laws, Amendments Proposed by Membership, 1938
10 23 Secretary 1938-1939, Annual Meeting, Reports of Committee Chairmen, 1939
10 24 Secretary 1938-1939, Annual Meeting, Requests for Reports, 1939-1940
10 25 Secretary 1939-1940, [Annual Meeting], Notices of Committee Meetings, 1939-1940
10 26 Secretary 1939-1940, [Annual Meeting], Reports of Committees, 1940
10 27 Secretary 1940-1941, Annual Meeting, Requests and Presentation of Committee Reports, 1940
10 28 Secretary 1941-1943, Annual Meeting, Reports, 1941-1943
10 29 Secretary 1941-1943, Annual Meeting, Requests for Reports, 1942-1943
Box
OV 116 115 East 40th Street Available Space, 1953
(Oversized material from Box 1, Folder 1)
OV 116 115 East 40th Street Building Plans, 1927
(Oversized material from Box 1, Folder 2)
OV 116 115 East 40th Street Proposed Changes, 1946
(Oversized material from Box 1, Folder 3)

Series 2: Committee Records, 1887-1974
(Boxes 10-54, 110, 114, OV 116; 44.7 linear feet)

Committee Records includes files created in the course of the daily work of varying League committees. Exhibition Committee records are found in the Exhibitions series.

The series is arranged as 7 subseries:

2.1: Executive Committee, 1887-1973

The Executive Committee subseries documents the activities of the Executive Committee through meeting minutes and notes from 1887-1970; correspondence; Secretary's Files, and other records created in the course of the committee's work overseeing the League. Found is one sound tape reel for a January 28, 1960 meeting.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
10 30 1961 Contingency Fund Resolution, 1961
10 31 Action Committee Minutes, circa 1969
10 32 American Institute of Architects, Bulletins, 1968-1969
10 33 Annual Meetings, 1965-1969
10 34 Answers to Requests for Information, 1968
10 35 Appointments by Executive Committee, 1943, 1945
10 36 Budgets, House, circa late 1950s-1960s
10 37 City Planning Commission News, 1968-1969
10 38 City Walls, Inc., 1969
10 39-47 Correspondence, General, 1949-1973
(9 folders)
Box Folder
11 Correspondence,
11 1 Bills, Etc., 1968-1969
11 2 Fine Arts Federation, 1969
11 3 Louis Lobell Co. Insurance, 1969-1971
11 4 President, 1967-1969
11 5 Stolen Sculpture, 1966
11 6 Executive Committee Members, 1941-1973
11 7 Expense Report Sheets [Blank], circa 1960s
11 8 First Newsletter, 1972
11 9 For Next Executive Committee Meeting, 1941, 1968-1969
11 10 Invitations to Join Executive Committee, 1943, 1950
11 11 L.A. Pedrick, Executive Committee Papers, Etc., 1947-1948
11 12 League Relocation, 1971-1972
11 13 Legal Problems, 1966
11 14 Letters to Executive Committee Members, 1947-1973
11 15 Letters to Executive Committee Members, Baylinson Proposal, 1963
11 16 Letters to Officers Regarding Minutes, 1949-1950
11 17 Meeting (January 28, 1960), 1960
(1 sound tape reel)
11 18-19 Meeting Agendas, 1948-1953, 1962-1967
(2 folders)
11 20 Meeting Notes (Handwritten), 1917-1921
(Material restricted due to preservation concerns)
11 21 Minor Bishop Book, 1968
11 22-30 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, 1887-1933
(9 folders, Separated materials housed in Box 114, Folder 1)
Box Folder
12 1-10 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, 1887-1933
(10 folders)
Box Folder
13 1-3 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, 1887-1933
(3 folders)
13 4 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, 1938
13 5-12 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, 1941-1950
(8 folders)
13 13-26 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, 1950-1959
(14 folders)
13 27-37 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, 1960-1970
(11 folders)
13 38 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, Election of Members, 1902-1913
Box Folder
14 1-2 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, Election of Members, 1902-1913
(2 folders)
14 3 Minutes, Miscellaneous, 1929, 1940, 1953-1967
14 4-5 Miscellaneous, 1946, 1966
(2 folders)
14 6 Municipal Art Society Award to Architectural League, 1970
14 7 Nominating Committee (1970), Ulrich Franzen, Chairman, 1970
14 8 Non-Profit Mailing, 1967
14 9 Notebook (Shorthand), circa 1968-1969
14 10 Notices of Meetings, 1944-1973
14 11 Notices to Executive Committee Members Regarding Meetings, 1950
14 12 Position Papers, circa 1966
14 13 President's Medal to Helen Treadwell, circa 1970
14 14 Prospective Bookkeepers, circa 1968
14 15 Secretary 1933-1934, Minutes and Extracts of All Meetings, 1933-1934
14 16 Secretary 1937-1938, Nominations for Executive Committee, Etc., 1938
14 17 Secretary 1938-1939, 1939-1940, Executive Committee, 1938-1940
14 18 Secretary 1938-1939, Nominations for Executive Committee, 1939
14 19 Secretary 1939-1940, Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, 1939-1940
14 20 Secretary 1939-1940, New Members Invited to Last Meeting of Old Committee, 1939-1940
14 21 Secretary 1941-1942, Executive Committee, 1941-1943
14 22 Secretary 1942-1943, Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings (Extra Copies and Originals), 1942-1943
14 23 Various Membership Lists, circa 1965
Box Folder
114 1 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings (May 10, 1887 - June 25, 1889), 1887-1889
(Separated materials from Box 11, Folder 22; preservation concern, possible mold)

2.2: Current Work Committee, 1927-1972

The Current Work Committee oversaw the coordination and organization of exhibitions, events, and functions held by the League. Materials include correspondence, meeting minutes from 1943-1966, committee chairmen's files, schedules of events, scattered exhibition files, and other records related to coordinating events. The Current Work Committee was the first League committee formed in the early 1880s; however, committee records prior to 1927 are not found in this collection. Additional Current Work Committee files are found throughout the collection, especially in the Exhibitions series, Functions and Events series, and Publicity Files series, and are often indicted with the folder heading "Current Work [Year Range]."

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
14 24 "Architecture of Speed," Arrangements and Expenses, 1971
14 25 "Before You Buy a House," 1952-1954
14 26 Bills, Robert A.M. Stern, circa 1965-1966
14 27-32 Bruce Goff Show (Jan. 22 - Feb. 14, 1970), 1969-1970
(6 folders)
14 33-34 Budget, 1945-1947, 1967
(2 folders)
14 35 Budget Requests, circa 1960s
14 Chairman,
14 36-37 Abramovitz, Max, 1947-1948
(2 folders)
14 38 Bartos, Harold, 1958-1959
14 39 Ferriss, Hugh, 1943
14 40-41 Jacobs, Robert Allan, 1949-1950
(2 folders)
14 42 Lobell, John, 1969
14 43 Magruder, Charles, 1951-1952
14 44 Margolies, John S., 1967-1968
14 45-47 Rambusch, Viggo, 1944-1948
(3 folders)
Box Folder
15 1 [Chairman], Robert A.M. Stern, 1965-1966
15 2-20 Correspondence, 1936-1972
(19 folders)
15 21-24 Correspondence, A, L, N, S, 1939
(4 folders)
15 25 Correspondence, Joanne Lupton and Peter Blake, 1970-1971
15 26 Correspondence to Officers, 1950
15 27 Current Work 1939-1940, Memoranda (Misc.), 1927, 1939-1940
15 28 Current Work 1940-1941, Correspondence, A-Z, 1938-1941
15 29 Current Work 1940-1941, Meeting Attendance, 1940-1941
15 30 Earth Day Pollution Masks, 1970
15 31 Hans Namuth - Louis Kahn Film Proposal, 1972
15 32 Hoppner, Peter, circa 1970
15 33 Information to Press, General, 1968
15 34 Leon Friend Show (Apr. 17 - May 10, 1969), 1969
15 35 Lists of Committee Members, 1967-1969
15 36-37 Meeting Agendas, 1939-1941, 1949-1953
(2 folders)
15 38 Meeting Attendance, 1939-1940, 1950-1951
15 39 Members, 1939-circa 1960s
15 40 Minutes of Combined Current Work and Exhibitions Committee Meetings - Notes and Drafts, 1954-1956
Box Folder
16 1-17 Minutes of Current Work Committee Meetings, 1943-1966
(17 folders)
16 18-19 Miscellaneous, 1942-1944, 1952-1953
(2 folders)
16 20 Miscellaneous, Assorted, circa 1947-1948
16 21-27 "Morris Lapidus: Architecture of Joy" (Oct. 8 - Nov. 7, 1970), 1970-1971
(7 folders)
16 28-29 Notices of Meetings, 1939-1951, 1968
(2 folders)
16 30 Office Supplies, 1968
16 31 Press Coverage Forms, 1960s
16 32 Press Coverage, General League, 1967-1968
16 33-35 Press Lists, circa 1968
(3 folders)
16 36 Press Lists and Information on Press, 1969
16 37 Press Releases, Pre-1967, circa 1962-1966
16 38 Press Requests for General Information, 1967-1969
16 39 Printing and Design, 1968
Box Folder
17 1 Programs, 1969
17 2 Projects - League Sponsored, City Walls, Inc., 1969
17 3 Propoganda Mailed to Current Work Committee, 1946-1966
17 4-5 Proposals, 1967-1969
(2 folders)
17 Proposals,
17 6 Broadside, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, circa 1970
17 7 Cooper Union Show, circa 1970-1971
17 8 John Lobell, 1969-1970
17 9 Welfare Island, Mimi Lobell, circa 1970
17 10-11 Proposals for Exhibitions, Inactive, 1967-1969
(2 folders)
17 12 Schedules of Events, 1950s-1969
17 13 Schedules of Events, Letters to Membership, circa 1969-1970
17 14 Secretary 1939-1940, Chairman, Leon V. Solon, 1939-1940
17 15-21 "Street Works IV" (Oct. 2-25, 1969), 1969-1970
(7 folders)
17 22 United Nations, Foreign Architects (April 17, 1947), 1947
17 23 "Urban Design in New York," Jonathan Barnett Show (June 1969), 1969
17 24-27 "Your Worst Work" (Oct. 30 - Nov. 22, 1969), 1969-1970
(4 folders)

2.3: House Committee, 1889-1969

The House Committee managed the League building, which included maintenance of the building, management of the common areas such as the restaurant and bar, long-term rental of rooms to other organizations and individual tenants, and managing personnel. Materials include correspondence, inventories, meeting minutes, committee chairmen's files, receipts, personnel records, memoranda, vendors and utilities records, equipment records, and scattered printed materials. Found is the original 1889 agreement between the Architectural League, the Art Students League, and the Society of American Artists to build the American Fine Arts Society building. The bulk of the material is from the 1940s to the mid-1960s.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
17 28 41 East 65th Street Data, 1966
17 29 101-103 Park Avenue, Inc., 1962-1967
17 30 Addressograph Machine, Catalog and Information, 1950-1959
17 31 Affidavit Re: League (Feb. 7, 1958), 1958
17 32 Agendas, 1938-1940
17 33 Agreements, 1941-1942
17 34 Akers and Man, Window Safety Anchors, 1952, 1954
17 35 Aldus Printers, Inc., 1952-1954
17 36 Alpha Typewriter and Adding Machine Co., 1958-1959
17 37 American Fine Arts Society, 1889-1940
17 38 American Institute of Decorators, 1934-1936
17 39 American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1936
17 40 American Stove Company, re: Kitchen Range, 1937
17 41 Applicants, 1940-1943
17 42 Applicants for Positions, 1953-1954
17 43 Ark Window Cleaning Company, Correspondence, 1956-1959
17 44 Assembly Permits Nos. 409 and 633, 1952-1964
Box Folder
18 1 Bachmann Reproduction Co., Stencil Plates, 1958-1961
18 2 Benjamin Moore Paints re: Painting Dining Room, 1955
18 3 Bludworth, Inc., re: Amplifier System, 1940
18 4 Booklet Cover Samples, 1958-1959
18 5 Bryant Mimeographing Co., 1951
18 6 Building Notice, 1955
18 7-8 Bulletin Board, 1933-1936, 1958
(2 folders)
18 Chairman,
18 9-10 Faron, John, 1954-1959
(2 folders)
18 11 Frost, Frederick, 1934
18 12 Gehron, William, 1935
18 13 Glick, George, 1950-1951
18 14 Hofmeister, Henry, 1949-1950
18 15-16 O'Connor, James (1946-1947), 1942-1946
(2 folders)
18 17 Chairs, 1946
18 18 Change Housing, 1966
18 19 Chit Books, 1953
18 20 Cigar and Cigarette Sales, 1960
18 21 City of New York, Department of Housing and Building, 1949-1955
18 22 City Rent and Rehabilitation Administration (Occupancy Form R-8), 1962, 1965
18 23 Clark and Way Printers, 1954-1955
18 24 Contracts Awarded in Connection to Dining Room Alteration, 1955-1959
18 25 Converting From Oil to Coal, 1943
18 26-45 Correspondence, 1911-1957
(20 folders)
Box Folder
19 1 Correspondence, Chester B. Price, 1950
19 2 Correspondence, Restaurant, Bar and League, 1960-1964
19 3 Correspondence and Estimate on Floor Covering for Gallery A, 1958-1959
19 4 Correspondence On Annoyances From Building Being Erected on NW Corner of 40th Street, 1958
19 5 Current Work 1940-1941, Loud Speaker, 1939-1940
19 6 Daily Invoice Sheets, 1954
19 7 Department of Housing, 1953
19 8 Electric Inspection, Department of Water Supply, 1946-1947
19 9 Estimate Cost For Air Conditioning and Ventilating in Dining Room, 1959, 1962
19 10-11 Estimates, 1933-1934, 1953-1954
(2 folders)
19 12 Executive Committee, 1965-1966
19 13 FBI, re: Tenant in the House (Apr. 25, 1941), 1941
19 14 Filter and Flue Cleaning, 1958
19 15 Fire Department, re: Sprinkler System, 1955-1965
19 16 Fire Department Permits Expiring, 1944-1949
19 17-19 Fire Extinguishers, 1936-1945
(3 folders)
19 20 First Floor, Local Law #29 [Electrical Wiring], 1943-1945
19 21-23 Frigidaire, 1938-1943
(3 folders)
19 24 Fund for Miss M.L. Purdin, 1936-1938
19 25 General Electric Supply Company, 1955
19 26 Guarantees, 1936, 1941
19 27 House 1927-1928, Contributions and Acknowledgements of Same for Club House, 1927-1928
19 28 House 1937-1938, 1939-1940, References Re: Applicants for Jobs, 1937-1939
19 29 House 1938-1939, References re: New Tenants, 1938-1940
19 30 House 1939-1940, Bulletin Board, Requests for Posting Notices, 1939-1940
19 31 House 1939-1940, New York Telephone Company, 1938-1941
19 32 House 1939-1941, Inquiries About Room Vacancies (Possible Prospects), 1939-1940
19 33 House 1939-1941, Memoranda, 1939-1941
19 34 House 1939-1941, Notices To and From Tenants, 1939-1940
19 House 1940-1941,
19 35 Art Director's Club, 1939-1940
19 36 Bloomingdale's, 1939-1941
19 37 Chairman, Fletcher Collins, 1940
19 38 Chairman, Max Foley, 1935, 1940
19 39 Complaints, 1940
19 40 Correspondence, A-Z, 1939-1940
19 41 Personnel (Hired and Fired), 1939-1941
19 42 Settlement of Account, 1934-1940
19 43 House Committee, 1953-1956
19 44 House Committee's Suggestions, 1955-1956
19 45 House of Belgium, 1946
19 46-55 Inventories, 1933-circa 1960s
(10 folders)
19 Inventories,
19 56 Cigars and Cigarettes, 1953
19 57 Club House, 1927
19 58 Folding Chairs, 1958, 1962
19 59 Pictures and Sculptures in the Building, 1934-1939
19 60 Safes at Architectural League, 1950
19 61 Stationary, 1950
19 62 Invitations to Use League Facilities, 1953
19 63 Jack Lenor Larsen, Inc., 1966
19 64 Job References, 1967
19 65 League Building, Multiple Dwelling Fee and Permit Violations, 1955-1966
19 66 League Dinner Party Reservations (Oct. 10, 1946), 1946
19 67-68 Lease, 1944, circa 1955-1957
(2 folders)
19 69 Lease Data, Architects Offices, Inc., 1948-1949
Box Folder
20 1 Ledger, 1957-1960
20 2-3 Library, 1933-1935,1953-1954
(2 folders)
20 4 Library, Bids for Library Books, 1940-1941
20 5 Library, Books Donated to League Library, 1933
20 6 Licenses, 1966
20 7 Licenses and Permits, 1938
20 8 List of Contractors re: Dining Room, 1957
20 9 List of Fire Extinguishers in Building, 1954
20 10 List of League Typewriters and Seriel Numbers, 1954
20 11 List of Telephone Extensions, 1946
20 12 List of Telephone Extensions on League Switchboard, 1955, 1961
20 13 Locker Rentals, 1932-1936
20 14-16 Lost and Found, 1938-1944, 1955
(3 folders)
20 17 Loud Speaker, 1941
20 18 Lounge, 1949-1950
20 19 Mail Returned, 1936-1938
20 20 Map Service (Applicants), re: Maps for the United States Army, 1942
20 21 Match Books, 1957
20 22 Meeting Agendas, 1952, 1956
20 23 Mimeograph Machine, 1950
20 24-32 Minutes of House Committee Meetings, 1950-1963, 1969
(9 folders)
20 33-34 Miscellaneous, 1938-1943, circa 1955-1966
(2 folders)
20 35 National Society of Mural Painters, 1942
20 36-40 New York Telephone Company, 1938-1948, 1958-1961
(5 folders)
20 41 Notebooks, 1959-1962
20 42 Notes, L.A. Pedrick, 1947
20 43 Notices of Meetings, 1936, 1950-1954
20 44 Office Space Wanted, 1954
20 45 Orders for Catalogs Pending - Inventory, 1938
20 46 Orders Placed for Restaurant, Bar and House, 1960-1963
20 47 Permits (Expired), 1946-1949
20 48-49 Personnel, 1932-1936, 1951-1959
(2 folders)
20 50 Personnel Record Slips From Agency (Extra), 1958
20 51 Personnel Reports, 1953-1954
20 Personnel,
20 52 Charges (From Monthly Time Sheets, Etc.), 1942
20 53 Charges [To Societies], 1939-1941
20 54-56 Charges, Time Sheets, 1943-1950
(4 folders)
Box Folder
21 Personnel,
21 1 Charges, Time Sheets, 1943-1950
21 2 Charges/Inventory [Notebook], 1945-1951
21 3-6 Christmas Fund, 1946, 1951-1952, 1966
(4 folders)
21 7 Correspondence, 1949-1950
21 8 Employee Dismissals and Resignations, 1951-1952
21 9 Employee File, 1958
21 10 Employee, Vincent Caprara, 1937-1941
21 11 Employees Weekly Salary, 1953-1954
21 12 Extra Help, 1968
21 13 Hours Log [Notebook], 1949-1950
21 14-15 Personnel, Job Duties, 1951, 1958-1967
(2 folders)
21 16-17 Letters of Reference, 1943-1950
(2 folders)
21 18-19 Memoranda, 1952-1954
(2 folders)
21 20 Memos to Mr. Gillis, 1951
21 21 Memos to Ms. Schwartz, 1951-1952
21 22 Memos to Staff, 1951-1952
21 23-24 Payroll, 1961-1962
(2 folders)
21 25 Restaurant Payroll Books, 1941-1942, 1947-1948
21 26-29 Roll Book, 1948-1949
(4 folders)
21 30-31 State of New York Department of Labor, 1956-1968
(2 folders)
21 32-34 Time Sheets, 1941-1943, 1951-1952
(3 folders)
21 35-38 Vacation Schedules, 1938-1942. 1951-1952
(4 folders)
21 39 Weekly Time Book (Oct. 1948), 1948
21 40-45 Petroleum Heat and Power, 1937-1949, 1964-1965
(6 folders)
21 Petroleum Heat and Power,
21 46 Boiler Contract, 1954-1966
Box Folder
22 Petroleum Heat and Power,
22 1 Cleaning Burner Services, 1954-1959
22 2 Installation of Oil Burner, Inspection Slips, and Misc. Correspondence, 1936-1942
22 3 Invoices, 1946-1950
22 4 Oil Rationing to 1945, 1943-1945
22 5 Plans for League Headquarters at 115 East 40th Street, 1961
(Oversized material housed in Box 110, Folder 1)
22 6 Plans Prepared by Philip Johnson, 1965
22 7 Plumber, Gustave Gaertner, Hot Water Alteration, 1958
22 8 Pomeroy - Suggested Window Replacements (June 5, 1952), 1952
22 9 Portable Steam Table, 1958
22 10-12 Porters, 1939-1945
(3 folders)
22 13 Post and McCord (Mr. Palmer, Superintendant), 1941
22 14 Post Office, 1953
22 15 Postcards, 1940
22 16 Purchases for League Office, Letters of Confirmation, 1954-1955
22 17 Receipts, 1938-1968
22 18 Receipts for Shipments, 1949-1951
22 19-20 Receipts, House Repairs, 1930-1936, 1966
(2 folders)
22 21 Rehabilitation of the League, Extraordinary Committee Meeting (July 19, 1951), 1951
22 22 Renovations, Bills, 1953
22 23 Renovations, Miscellaneous, 1953-1954
22 24 Rent, Albert B. Ashforth Inc., 1934-1939
22 25 Rental Inquiries on League Facilities, 1960-1963
22 26-32 Rentals, 1927, 1942-1948
(7 folders)
22 Rentals,
22 33 Prospective Clients, 1958
22 34 Societies, circa 1954-1955
22 35 Societies Renting Rooms for Meetings, 1940-1941
22 36 Repairs and Additions, 1921, 1933-1936
(Oversized materials housed in OV 116)
22 37 Repairs and Additions, Dining Room Competition, 1955-1956
22 38 Report of Steward, 1950-1953
22 39 Reports to the Committee, 1943-1944
22 40-41 Reports to the Executive Committee, 1934-1936, 1950-1951
(2 folders)
22 42 Reservations, 1946
22 43 Restaurant and Bar, 1942-1945
22 Restaurant and Bar,
22 44 Application for License, Advertising, Photos, Renewals of Applications, Etc., 1936-1947
22 45-49 Bar, 1940-1947, 1955
(5 folders)
22 50-52 Bar Data, 1939-1959
(3 folders)
Box Folder
23 Restaurant and Bar,
23 1-2 Bar Data, 1960-1968
(2 folders)
23 3 Bar - Inventory, Committee Reports, Statements, Memos, Rules of Liquor Authority, and Other Details, 1934-1937
23 4 Bar Operations, 1944
23 5-6 Bar Prices, 1942-1943,1958
(2 folders)
23 7 Bar Profits, 1953
23 8 Board of Health, 1939, 1953-1954
23 9 Board of Health Inspections, 1954-1958
23 10 Census (1939), 1939-1940
23 11-15 Correspondence, 1933-1954
(5 folders)
23 16 Cost Accounting on Dinners for League, 1946-1947
23 17-18 Dining Guest Lists, 1928-1933
(2 folders)
23 19 Dining Room Attendance, 1946-1947
23 20 Dining Room Data, 1964
23 21 Dinner Expenses and Income, 1958-1962
(Notebook)
23 22 Dishes, 1956-1959
23 23 Employee Meals, 1959-1961
(Notebook)
23 24 Financials, 1965
23 25 Frederick Keppel Dinner, 1940
23 26 Health Cards, 1944-1945
23 27 Liquer Consumed (Apr. 1951 - Mar. 1952), 1951-1952
23 28-29 Liquor Licenses (Expired), 1940-1950, 1956-1965
(2 folders)
23 30 Liquor Licenses and Special Stamps, 1952-1957
23 31 Lunch Tickets and Bills, 1933-1934
23 32 Lunches Served, 1933-1935
23 33-41 Menus, 1927-1943, 1956, 1960, undated
(9 folders)
Box Folder
24 Restaurant and Bar,
24 1-2 Menus, 1927-1943, 1956, 1960, undated
(2 folders)
24 3 Menus Submitted, circa 1954-1955
24 4 Miscellaneous Sales, 1940-1941
24 5 Operations, 1933-1952
24 6 Outside Menus, Waitresses, Price Lists, 1939-1940
24 7 Price List of Drinks (June 29, 1942), 1939, 1942
24 8 Rationing, 1945
24 9 Restaurant, 1944-1946
24 10 Restaurant Budget, 1950-1953
24 11 State of New York Liquor Authority, 1958-1964
24 12 Restaurant Manager, Ludwig Held, 1936-1937
24 13 Return Receipts, 1943
24 14 Roof Drain, 1954
24 15 Room Numbers, circa 1953-1954
24 16 Rooms, 1938-1941
24 17 Safe Deposit Box, 1941
24 18 Second Floor, Local Law #29, 1944-1945
24 19 Secretary 1938-1939, Berinati Press (Printer), 1938-1939
24 20 Secretary 1938-1939, Credit Acknowledgment Slips, 1939
24 21 Secretary 1939-1940, Berinati Press, 1939
24 22 Secretary 1939-1940, Chairman, Fletcher Collins, 1940
24 23 Secretary 1939-1940, Stationary Estimates, 1939
24 24 Secretary 1941-1942, Stationary Estimates and Orders, 1941
24 25 Secretary [1942-1943], Post Office Tracers, 1942-1943
24 26 Secretary 1942-1943, USO, Receipt for Donations, 1942
24 27 Sheridan Brothers, Screens, 1938-1939
24 28 S.J. O'Brien Sales Corp., 1937-1939
24 29 S.J. O'Brien Sales Corp., Frigidaire, 1958-1966
24 30 State Liquor Authority Corporate, League Officers Signatures, undated
24 31 Stationary and Printing Quotations, 1951
24 32 Subscriptions to Bar [Renovation Fund], 1955
24 33 Supplies, 1933-1936
24 34 Supplies, Beer and Milk, 1933-1934
24 35 Telephone, circa 1951-1952
24 36-37 Tenants, 1936-1939,1950-1966
(2 folders)
24 Tenants,
24 38 Architects Emergency Committee, 1950-1954
24 39 Art Directors Club, National Society of Art Directors, and American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1951-1965
24 40 Beaux Arts Institute of Design and National Institute for Architectural Education, 1948-1963
24 41 Board of Elections, 1930s-1940s
24 42 Board of Elections (N.Y.C.), 1937-1944
24 43 Commercial, Forms - Voluntary Rent Increase, 1950-1952
24 44-53 Correspondence, 1933-1955, 1966
(10 folders)
24 54 House Data and Expenses, 1966
Box Folder
25 Tenants,
25 1 Increase in Tenants' Rent, 1961-1964
25 2 George S. Koyl, 1957-1958
25 3 New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, 1950-1964
25 4 Quiet Birdmen, 1941-1964
25 5 References, 1934-1936
25 6 Repairs on Rooms, 1955
25 7 Room 2W, 1951-1960
25 8 Room 3E, 1955-1965
25 9 Room 5W, 1952-1963
25 10 Room 6W, 1950-1963
25 11 Room 7E, 1950-1965
25 12 Room 8E, 1950-1965
25 13-14 Room 9W, 1950-1966
(2 folders)
25 15 Room 10W, 1950-1961
25 16 Room 11W, 1950-1960
25 17 Room 12E, 1958-1964
25 18 Room 13E, 1950-1964
25 19 Room 14W, 1950-1963
25 20 Room 14-15W, 1963
25 21 Room 15W, 1951-1953
25 22 Type Specimen Book, undated
25 23 [Typewriter], L.C. Smith, 1951
25 24 Typewriter Contract (Purchased Jan. 31, 1941, "Underwood"), 1941
25 25 Typewriters, 1951-1952
25 26 Utilities, 1933-1936
25 27 Utilities, Petroleum Heat and Power, 1949-1951
25 28 Vendor Catalogs, 1950s-circa 1960s
25 29 Westinghouse Lamp Purchase, 1953
25 30-36 Work Sheets (for Preparing Monthly Reports), 1942-1949
(7 folders)
25 37-39 Work Sheets, 1960-1963
(3 folders)
Box Folder
26 1-5 Work Sheets, 1960-1963
(5 folders)
26 6 Workmen's Compensation, 1945
Box Folder
110 1 Plans for League Headquarters at 115 East 40th Street, 1961
(Oversized material from Box 22, Folder 5)
Box
OV 116 Repairs and Additions, 1921, 1933
(Oversized materials from Box 22, Folder 36)

2.4: Finance Committee, 1895-1972

This subseries includes balance sheets, budgets, financial statements, a ledger, two journals, meeting minutes, office vouchers, payroll records, tax records, Treasurer's files, and other records related to overseeing the dispersal of funds and the finances of the League. Also found is the bulk of the records in the collection related to the 21-year collateral note bought by the League in the late 1920s. Similar materials can be found in Business Records series.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
26 7 Accounts Payable, 1933-1965
26 8 Accounts Receivable, 1951-1953
26 9 Accounts Receivable, 1961-1965
26 10 Accounts Receivable, Members, 1968
26 11 Accounts Receivable, Proofs, 1946-1947
26 12 Accounts Receivable and Comparative Balance Sheets, 1965-1966
26 13 Advisory Finance Committee, 1933, 1936
26 14-17 Agendas, 1934-1950
(4 folders)
26 18 Annual Billing, 1946
26 19-25 Audit Reports, 1921-1964
(7 folders)
Box Folder
27 1-11 Audit Reports, 1921-1964
(11 folders)
27 12 Auditing, 1942
27 13 Auditor, 1965-1967
27 14 Auditor, Robert L. Henry, 1937-1942
27 15 Auditor, Pellaton, Bilton and Tuck, 1947
27 16 (Back) Interest Due on Notes, 1940
27 17 Balance Sheets, 1942-1954
27 18 Balance Sheets [C. Dale Badgeley], 1964-1966
27 19 Bills, Bachman Offset Printing, 1967
27 20 Blaikie-Hines Survey Report (Apr. 1950), 1950
27 21 Brown Brothers Harriman and Co., 1939
27 22-23 Budget Reports, 1948-1966
(2 folders)
27 24 Budget Studies, 1952
27 25-27 Budgets, 1944-1951
(3 folders)
27 28 Cash Deposited, 1933-1935
27 29 Chairman, Henry C. Eipel, 1955, 1957
27 30-31 Check Stub Book, 1963-1964
(2 folders)
27 Collateral Note,
27 32 Bond Circulars, 1936-1942
27 33 Bonds Miscellaneous, 1927-1948
Box Folder
28 Collateral Note,
28 1-2 Bonds Miscellaneous, 1927-1948
(2 folders)
28 3 Central Hanover Bank and Trust, 1928-1931
28 4-29 Correspondence, 1927-1953
(26 folders)
28 30-43 Correspondence, H-Y, 1927-1950
(14 folders)
Box Folder
29 Collateral Note,
29 1-7 Correspondence, H-Y, 1927-1950
(7 folders)
29 8-9 Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1927-1960
(2 folders)
29 10 Correspondence, Outgoing, 1942, 1953
29 11 Gold Notes Due Nov. 1, 1948, circa 1948
29 12-14 Legal Documents and Miscellaneous, 1909, 1927-1947
(3 folders)
29 15 Releases or Transfers of Bonds, Receipts, 1934-1940
29 16-18 Subscriptions (1927), 1927-1932
(3 folders)
29 19 Transferred Bonds, 1929, 1936
29 20 Treasurer 1927-1928, Bonds Issued - List of Subscribers, 1927-1928
29 21 Treasurer 1933-1934, Affidavit of Mailing, 1934
29 22 Treasurer 1933-1934, Bond Holders - List of League, circa 1933-1934
29 23 Treasurer 1933-1934, Return of Bonds for Dues, 1934
29 24 Treasurer 1933-1934, Waivers - Resolution Approving, 1933-1934
29 25 Treasurer 1933-1934, Waivers and Forms, 1934
29 26 Treasurer 1934-1935, 1934, 1936
29 27 Collecting Membership Dues, 1939-1942
29 28 Committee Expense Reports, 1954
29 29-38 Comparative Balance Sheets, 1949-1966
(10 folders)
Box Folder
30 1-4 Comparative Balance Sheets, 1949-1966
(4 folders)
30 5 Contracts Paid, 1951-1952
30 6 Contributions to League, 1949-1950
30 7-8 Correspondence, 1939-1940, 1950
(2 folders)
30 9 Correspondence, S, 1935
30 10 Current Charges, 1951
30 11 Daily Invoice Sheets (1953, March-April), 1953
30 12 Estimated Expenses, 1933-1949
30 13 Estimated Receipts and Disbursements (Mar. 14 - Apr. 15, 1950), 1950
30 14 Expenditures, Miscellaneous, 1943, 1962-1965
30 15 Federal Legislation, Tariff Laws for Works of Art, 1959, 1963
30 16 Funds, 1958-1965
30 Funds,
30 17 Designated Funds, 1955-1965
30 18 Scudder, Stevens and Clark Balanced Fund, 1950-1969
30 19 Statements of Funds, 1955-1964
30 20 Various, 1963-1968
30 21 General Ledger (Apr. 1, 1945 - Mar. 31, 1948), 1945-1948
30 22 House Committee, Special Loan, 1928-1934
30 23-24 Journals (1948-1954; 1954-1962), 1948-1962
(2 folders)
30 25 Memo re: Special Funds, 1940
30 26-31 Minutes of Finance Committee Meetings, 1935-1964
(6 folders)
Box Folder
31 1-12 Minutes of Finance Committee Meetings, 1935-1964
(12 folders)
31 13-16 Miscellaneous, 1927-1967, undated
(4 folders)
31 17 Notes Payable (To 1941), 1933-1941
31 18 Notes Payable, Architects Offices, Inc., 1939-1951
31 19 Notes Payable, Miscellaneous, 1941-1947
31 20-21 Notices of Finance Committee Meetings, 1948-1960
(2 folders)
31 22-52 Office Vouchers, 1935-1972
(31 folders)
Box Folder
32 1-16 Office Vouchers, 1935-1972
(16 folders)
32 17 Operational Information, 1927-1939
32 18 Petty Cash Ledger, 1957-1961
Box Folder
33 1-3 Proposed Budgets, 1934-1964
(3 folders)
33 4 Rendering Book, Minor L. Bishop Accounts, 1966
33 5 Report on Accounts to Executive Committee, 1931
33 6 Report for Distribution (Executive Committee), 1949-1950
33 7 Republic of Chile, Schroder Trust Co. (Bonds), 1946-1949
33 8 Secretary 1933-1934, Clippings, circa 1933-1934
33 9 Secretary 1938-1939, Bills (City and State Legislation), 1939
33 10 Securities, 1931, 1946-1947
33 11-14 Securities, Scudder, Stevens and Clark, 1952-1966
(4 folders)
33 15 Securities Owned by the League, 1931-1942
33 16 Shearson Capital Fund, Inc., 1968-1969
33 17-24 Statements of Operations, 1931-1948
(8 folders)
33 25 Stock Information, 1953-1964
33 Tax,
33 26 Excise Tax Returns, 1936-1946
33 27 Floor Stocks Tax Return, 1951
33 28 Forms [Blank], 1952
33 29 Internal Revenue, 1954-1959
33 30 Land Taxes and Paid Bills, 1955-1966
33 31 New York City Withholding Tax, 1966-1969
33 32 New York State Sales Tax, 1959-1965
33 33 New York State Withholding Tax for Quarterly Reports, 1959-1969
33 34-35 Occupancy Tax Reports, 1950, 1955-1964
(2 folders)
33 36 Signs, 1936-1937
33 37-38 Social Security, 1937-1959
(2 folders)
33 39 Social Security Exemption, 1943
33 40 Special Tax Return (re: Federal Retail Liquor), 1937
33 41 Tax-Exempt Organization, 1951-1966
33 42 Tax Exemption (Office of Internal Revenue), 1934-1938
33 43 Treasury Department, 1949
Box Folder
34 1-4 Tax, Water Tax, 1928-1965
(4 folders)
34 5 Tax Guides, 1960-1966
34 6 Treasurer [1929-1930], Special Loan, 1929-1930
34 7-8 Treasurer 1933-1934, Audit Reports, 1933-1934
(2 folders)
34 9 Treasurer 1934-1935, 50th Exhibition of the League Entrance Fee Paid, 1933-1936
34 10 Treasurer 1934-1935, 50th Exhibition of the League Entrance Fee Refunds, 1933-1936
34 11 Treasurer 1935-1936, Bills Correspondence, 1933-1936
34 12 Treasurer 1939-1940, Audit Reports, 1939-1940
34 13 Treasurer 1943, Annual Report, 1943-1944
34 14-15 Treasurer's Reports, 1895-1908, 1935
(2 folders)
34 16 U.S. Treasury Department, 1946-1965
34 17-33 Work Complete, 1955-1956
(17 folders)
Box Folder
35 1-12 Work Complete, 1955-1956
(12 folders)

2.5: Membership Committee, 1897-1972

The Membership Committee records document League membership from the late 1890s to 1972 through membership applications, resignation and transfer records, dues payments, mailing lists, address changes for members, and correspondence. Also found are meeting minutes, committee chairman's files, Secretary's files, and other administrative records. Additional membership-related correspondence is found in the Correspondence Series.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
35 13 25-Year Members (as of June 1, 1947), 1947
35 14 Active Members, circa 1950s
35 15-22 Address Changes, 1943-1968
(8 folders)
Box Folder
36 1-4 Address Changes, 1943-1968
(4 folders)
36 Address Changes,
36 5-8 A-Z, 1950-1951
(4 folders)
36 9 Correspondence, 1950
36 10 Etc. to Bachman Offset Printing, 1968-1969
36 11 Forms, circa 1950
36 12-13 Mail Returned, 1941-1942, 1955-1956
(2 folders)
36 14 Questionnaire, 1951
36 15 Agendas and Notices of Membership Committee Meetings, 1950-1954
36 16 Agendas and Reports, 1949-1950
36 17 Agendas of Committees, 1958-1961
36 18 Allowance by Cards Signed, 1939
36 19 Annual Membership Report, 1970
36 20 Applicants for Employment, 1970
36 21 Assessment Meeting Minutes, 1951
36 22 Assessments, 1951-1952
36 23 Bachman Offset Printing Corrections, 1969-1970
36 24 Bills Requested from Miss Schwarz for New Associate Members, 1950-1951
36 25 Biographical Information About Members, 1957, 1959
36 26 Budgets, 1968
36 Chairman,
36 27 Adams, Lewis G., Membership Committee Members, 1949
36 28-30 Butt, Alfred, Jr., 1941-1949, 1961
(3 folders)
36 31 Geiffert, Alfred(Special), 1936-1937
36 32 Hutchins, Robert S., 1948-1949
36 33 Radoslovich, Michael, 1961, 1964-1965
36 34-36 Walbridge, Cole B., 1951-1961
(3 folders)
Box Folder
37 Chairman,
37 1-2 Walbridge, Cole B., 1951-1961
(2 folders)
37 3 Williams, Wheeler, circa 1939-1940
37 4 Woodbridge, Frederick, 1937-1938
37 5 Chairmen, 1956-1957
37 6 Changes in Category of Membership Pre Apr. 1969, Bachman Offset Printing, 1968-1969
37 7 Changes in Category of Membership Since Apr. 1969, 1969
37 8 Changes in Membership Status According to New Constitution, 1947-1948
37 9-10 Christmas Bonus, 1968-1970
(2 folders)
37 11 Committee Chairmen, Minutes of Special Committee, 1958
37 12-24 Correspondence, 1941-1970
(13 folders)
37 Correspondence,
37 25 A-Z, 1950-1951
37 26 Active, 1954-1961
37 27 Applications (New), 1937-1938
37 28 Art Gallery Magazine and Other Magazines, circa 1968-1969
37 29 Delinquent Dues, 1936-1939
37 30 Delinquent Dues, 1951-1953
37 31 Delinquent Dues Letter (Sent Oct. 30, 1958), 1958
37 32 Delinquent Letter re: Dues (Jan. 28, 1958), 1957-1960
37 33 Follow Up, 1940
37 34 Follow-Up and File, 1966
37 35 Olindo Grossi, 1957
37 36 Edgar W. Hatfield, Attorney, 1949
37 37 Robert Hutchins, 1949
37 38 Mary Huzar, 1957
37 39 Letter to Helen Treadwell re: Dues, 1951
37 40 Letter to Members re: Bar Renovation, 1955
37 41 Letters Inviting Members to Work on Committees, 1956
37 42 Letters re: Delinquent Dues (Active and Non-Resident), 1952-1958
37 43 Letters re: Lapsed Membership (A.W. Butt), 1947-1949
37 44 Letters to About-to-be-Posted Members (Oct. 19, 1951), 1951
37 45-47 Letters to Delinquent Members, 1951-1966
(3 folders)
37 48 Letters to Firms re: Membership, 1952
Box Folder
38 Correspondence,
38 1 Letters to Members Delinquent in Dues, 1953-1956
38 2-3 Letters to Members re: Dues, 1951-1954
(2 folders)
38 4 Letters to Students re: Memberships, 1956
38 5 William Luttrell, 1957
38 6 New Committee Members, 1956-1960
38 7-8 Outgoing to Members, 1951-1954
(2 folders)
38 9 President's Letters to Members, 1966-1967
38 10 R, 1936-1941
38 11 Re: Designation of Profession of Members, 1958-1959
38 12 Daniel Schwartzman, 1961-1963
38 13 Robert Fitch Smith, 1952
38 14 Special Letter to Members Considering Resignation, 1960-1964
38 15 Student Dues, 1958
38 16 Vice Presidents, 1958
38 17 Vice Presidents, Letters re: Delinquent Members, 1961
38 18-24 Delinquent Dues, 1950
(7 folders)
38 25 Delinquent Dues Notice, 1950
38 26 Delinquent Dues Payers (Since Apr. 1969), 1960s
38 27 Delinquent List (as of January 27, 1954), 1954-1958
38 28-37 Dues, 1933-1967
(10 folders)
38 38 Dues, Delinquent Letters, 1954, 1956
38 39 Dues, Delinquent Letters to Non-Residents, 1954
38 40 Dues Collection, 1936-1940
38 41 Dues Collection, Deceased Members, 1949
38 42-43 Dues and Miscellaneous, 1954-1966
(2 folders)
38 44-47 Dues Payment, 1938, 1949-1950, 1954
(4 folders)
38 48 Dues Payment, Acknowledgements, 1950
38 49 Dues Suspension, 1951-1954
38 50 Executive Committee Meeting Regarding League Move, 1966
38 51-52 Form Letters, 1934-1937, 1947-1950
(2 folders)
38 53 Form Letters for Delinquent Accounts, 1948-1950
38 54 Form Letters for Membership, 1938-1943
Box Folder
39 1 Form Letters to Delinquent Members, 1952
39 2 General Membership Meeting (June 22, 1964), 1964
39 3 Guest Cards, 1948-1949
39 4 Guest Cards Issued, 1947-1948
39 5 Guest Cards Requested and Issued, 1939-1942
39 6 Inaugural Reception, 1968
39 7 Inaugural Reception (May 14, 1970), 1970
39 8 Insurance Brochures, 1950
39 9-12 Invitations to Join League, 1938-1955
(4 folders)
39 13 Invitations to Join League (Draft), 1954
39 14 Invitations to Join League (A. Fitzhugh), 1939
39 15 Invitations to Membership, 1955-1961
39 16 Invitations to Membership Committee, 1950
39 17 Invited, 1949-1951
39 18 Invited, Mr. Geiffert, 1936-1937
39 19 Invited to Join League, Cannot Accept, 1937-1938
39 20 Invited to Join League, Pending, 1937-1938
39 21 Invited to Join League, Replies, 1936-1937
39 22 Invited to Join League by Executive Committee as Associate or Non-Resident, 1952
39 23 Invited to Join League (Since Feb. 1, 1939 to Sept. 1940), 1938-1940
39 24 Lay Membership, circa 1948
39 25 Lay Membership Elected, 1936-1964
39 26 League Wives, 1938-1941
39 27 Letters From Membership Chair to League, 1969
39 28 Letters of Request and Letters of Invitation, 1961
39 29 Letters to Members (Lapsed), 1971
39 30 Letters to Patrons, 1964-1966
39 31 Letters to Potential Members, 1961-1964
39 32-33 Lists of Delinquents, 1952-1954
(2 folders)
39 34-38 Lists of Members, 1941-1969, undated
(5 folders)
39 39 Lists of Members Paid and Unpaid, 1950
39 40 Lists of Members Requesting Resignations, 1927, 1934
39 41-43 Lists of New Members, 1949-1960
(3 folders)
39 44 Lists of New Members and Sponsors, 1952-1960
39 45-46 Lists of Sculptor Members, 1943, 1949
(2 folders)
39 47 Lists of Sculptor, Painter and New Members, 1953
39 48 Magazine and Book Discounts, 1968-1969
39 49 Mailing Lists, Prospective Members, 1969
39 50 Mailings to Membership By Other Organizations, 1969-1970
39 51 Member Cards, circa 1941
39 52 Member Cards, Diagrams Submitted by Gustave Jensen, circa 1950
(Oversized materials housed in Box 110, Folder 2)
39 53 Member Show, 1967
39 54 Member Statistics, 1945-1946
39 55-56 Members [circa 1968], A-Z, 1935-1968
(2 folders)
Box Folder
40 1-5 Members [circa 1968], A-Z, 1935-1968
(5 folders)
40 Members,
40 6-8 Active, 1944-1966
(3 folders)
40 9-10 Associates, 1949, 1953
(2 folders)
40 11 Associates Dropped, 1953
40 12-23 Deceased, 1935-1970
(12 folders)
40 24-28 Delinquent, 1946-1954
(5 folders)
40 29-30 Delinquent - Active, 1950, 1957
(2 folders)
40 31 Delinquent - Associate, 1950
40 32 Delinquent - For Bill Collectors, 1953
40 33 Delinquent - Non-Resident, 1950
40 34 Delinquent - Pending, 1948-1950
40 35 Delinquent - Sundries, 1950
40 36-40 Dropped, 1936-1938, circa 1947-1949
(5 folders)
40 41-42 Dropped - Active, 1938-1964
(2 folders)
40 43 Dropped - Associate, 1950
Box Folder
41 Members,
41 1 Dropped - Junior, circa 1953-1954
41 2 Dropped - Lay, circa 1953-1954
41 3 Dropped - Mail Returned, 1938-1940
41 4-5 Dropped - Non-Resident, 1950-1954
(2 folders)
41 6 Dropped for Delinquent Dues - Associate, 1950
41 7 Dropped for Delinquent Dues - Lay, 1950
41 8 Dropped for Delinquent Dues - Non-Resident, 1950
41 9 Dropped for Non-Payment of Dues (Apr. 1969), 1950s-1969
41 10 Dropped or Resignations Accepted Subject to Payment of Dues-Who Have Made Payment, 1948
41 11 Easel Painters, 1954
41 12-19 Members, Emeritus, 1920s-1972
(8 folders)
41 20 Foreign, Non-Resident, 1953
41 21-22 Honorary, 1937-1962
(2 folders)
41 23-24 Junior, 1938, 1951-1952
(2 folders)
41 25-27 Lay, 1939-1966
(3 folders)
41 28-29 New, 1959-1961, 1971-1972
(2 folders)
41 30 New - #1, 1936-1937
41 31 New - Executive Committee, 1936-1938
41 32 New (Nov. 1, 1948 - July 20, 1949), 1949
41 33 New (Since Jan. 1944), 1945
41 34-36 Non-Resident, 1952-1966
(3 folders)
41 37 Non-Resident Applications, 1950-1952
41 38 Non-Resident Delinquents, 1952-1956, 1964
41 39 Non-Residents Elected After Apr. 1, 1948, 1943-1949
41 40-42 Reinstated, 1936-1950
(3 folders)
41 43 Reinstated - Re-elected, 1949-1950
41 44 Reinstated (After April 1, 1948), 1947-1948
41 45 Reinstated (To Mar. 30, 1948), 1948
41 46-47 Reinstatements, 1945-1966
(2 folders)
41 48 Reinstatements - Non-Resident, 1953
41 49-50 Students, 1952-1964
(2 folders)
41 51 Suspended, 1954
41 52-55 Women, 1941-1948
(4 folders)
41 56-64 Members Accounts Receivable, 1939, 1951-1964
(9 folders)
41 65 Members Owing Amounts, 1950
41 66 Members Recently Invited to Return (May 17, 1949), 1947-1949
Box Folder
42 1 Membership 1939-1940, Circulars, circa 1939-1940
42 2-14 Membership Applications, 1897-1969
(13 folders)
42 Membership Applications,
42 15-25 A-Z, 1897-1965
(11 folders)
Box Folder
43 1-22 A-Z, 1897-1965
(22 folders)
43 23 Active, 1950-1951
43 24-26 Blank, 1951, circa 1960s-1972, undated
(3 folders)
43 27-29 [Collated], A-Z, 1897-1922
(3 folders)
Box Folder
44 1-3 [Collated], A-Z, 1897-1922
(3 folders)
44 4 New Since Dec. 8, 1938 (Fitzhugh), 1938-1939
44 5-6 Rejected, 1947-1948, 1950
(2 folders)
44 7 Rejected or Recalled, 1949
44 8 Samples and Drafts, circa 1959
44 9 Uncompleted, 1950-1951
44 10 Withdrawn, 1947
44 11-16 Membership Applications and Resignations, 1936-1969
(6 folders)
44 17-28 Membership Applications and Resignations, E-W, 1934-1966
(12 folders)
44 29 Membership Book, 1951-1952
44 30 Membership Book [edited version], circa 1960
Box Folder
45 1-2 Membership Census (as of Mar. 30, 1953), 1953
(2 folders)
45 3-4 Membership Directories, 1956-1970
(2 folders)
45 5-6 Membership Drive, 1938-1940, 1950
(2 folders)
45 7 Membership Drive, Associates, 1952
45 8 Membership Drive, Non-Resident, 1952
45 9 Membership General Information, 1971
45 10 Membership Incentives, League and Other Organizations, 1960s
45 11 Membership Lists, 1972
45 12 Membership Lists and Miscellaneous, 1950, 1953
45 13 Membership Lists by Category and Profession (Mar. 1972), 1972
45 14-15 Membership Reports, 1936-1940
(2 folders)
45 16 Membership Roster, 1956
45 17 Membership Roster Corrections, 1954-1955
45 18 Membership Schedules, circa 1940s-1960s
45 19 Membership Status, 1956-1960
45 20-21 Membership Summary, 1953-1957
(2 folders)
45 22 Membership Unfinished, 1953-1955
45 23 Memorial Resolutions, 1951-1958
45 24 Memorial Resolutions, Carl Milles, 1955-1957
45 25-31 Minutes of Membership Committee Meetings, 1938, 1950-1960s
(7 folders)
45 32-39 Miscellaneous, 1912-1969
(8 folders)
45 40 Notices, 1937-1938
45 41 Notices to Members, $100 Charge Account, circa 1956-1957
45 42 Notices to Members, Advancement Notice, 1950
45 43 Notices to Members Regarding Dues, 1952
45 44 Panels, 1940
45 45 Patrons, 1969-1970
45 46 Patrons and Sustaining Members, 1969
45 47-48 Pedrick, Lucile A. [Executive Secretary], 1940-1941, 1946-1947
(2 folders)
Box Folder
46 1 Pedrick, Lucile A. [Executive Secretary], 1940-1941, 1946-1947
46 2 Phone Directory, 1950-1962
46 3-5 Posting List [of Members Owing Dues], 1940-1941, 1949-1950
(3 folders)
46 6-11 Posting List Nos. 1-5, 7 [of Members Owing Dues], 1940-1946
(6 folders)
46 12 Postponement of Dues, 1950
46 13 Professional Designation of Members, 1954, 1956
46 14-21 Proposed Member Correspondence, 1945-1960
(8 folders)
46 22-24 Prospects, 1937-1940, 1947-1949
(3 folders)
46 25 References on Members, 1950-1951
46 26 Rejected Applications for Membership, 1950-1955
46 27 Report of Membership Committee, 1950-1951
46 28-32 Requests for Membership Applications, 1949-1966
(5 folders)
46 33-34 Requests for Membership Information, 1950, 1971
(2 folders)
46 35 Requirements for Membership, Patronage, Etc. (Constitution), circa 1969
46 36-48 Resignations, 1939-1972
(13 folders)
Box Folder
47 Resignations,
47 1-4 Active, 1953, 1960-1964
(4 folders)
47 5 Blank Forms, 1952
47 6 Junior, 1953
47 7-8 Non-Resident, 1953-1960
(2 folders)
47 9-12 Resignations Accepted, 1935-1947, 1967
(4 folders)
47 13-14 Resignations Accepted Subject to Payment of Dues, 1943-1949
(2 folders)
47 15-17 Resignations Reconsidered, 1935-1946
(3 folders)
47 18 Revenue From Dues Written Off, 1953-1954
47 19 Roster [of Members Owing Dues], 1940
47 20 Roster of the League, 1965
47 21 Sample Letters to Members, 1948-1949
47 Secretary 1933-1934,
47 22 Applications and Proposals for Membership, 1933-1934
47 23 Members - Deceased, 1933-1934
47 24 Members - Dropped, 1932-1934
47 25 Members - Emeritus and Honorary and Inquiries re: This Class, 1933- 1934
47 26 Members - Life, 1933
47 27 Members - Reinstated, 1933
47 28 Members - Transferred, Inquiries re: Transfers, 1933
47 29 Members - Transfers Pending re: Class Membership, 1933
47 30 Resignations, 1932-1934
47 31 Resignations Withdrawn or Reconsidered, 1933
47 Secretary 1934-1935,
47 32 Alice M. Simpson Medal - Speech and Notice to Press (Dec. 14, 1934), 1934-1935
47 33 Applications and Proposals for Membership, 1933-1934
47 34 Members, Emeritus and Honorary, 1933-1935
47 35 Members, Women, 1934-1936
47 36 Newspaper Clippings, 1935
47 37 Resignations, 1925, 1933-1935
47 Secretary 1938-1939,
47 38 Address Changes, 1938-1940
47 39 Applications for Membership (Approved), circa 1938-1939
47 40 Chairman, Frederick J. Woodbridge, 1938-1939
47 41 Collection Agencies - Dues, 1939
47 42 Committee on Membership, 1938
47 43 Correspondence, 1939
47 44 Information and Inquiries re: Memberships, 1938-1939
47 45 Invitation to Join League, 1938
47 46 January Panel for Recruiting New Members, 1939
47 47 Lists of Members, 1938
47 48 Members, Deceased, 1938-1939
47 49 Members, Elected, 1938
47 50 Requests for Membership List, 1939
47 Secretary 1939-1940,
47 51 Address Changes, 1939-1940
47 52 Dues Collection, 1940
47 53 Members, Deceased, 1938-1940
47 54 Members, Women, 1938
47 55 Requests for Membership List, 1939
Box Folder
48 Secretary 1941-1942,
48 1 Circulars (Notices to Members), 1940-1943
48 2 List of New Members Since Year Book Was Printed 1940, 1941
48 3 Resolutions, Deceased, 1941-1943
48 4 Secretary [1942-1943], References re: Members, 1943
48 5 Secretary 1944-1945, Members, Deceased, 1944-1947
48 6 Sharp, J. Stanley (Special Committee to Secure New Members), 1949
48 7 Special Membership Meeting, Annual Meeting (Mar. 16, 1966), 1966
48 8 Statement of Who We Are, 1954-1955
48 9 Stimulating Committee, 1948-1949
48 10 Student Memberships, 1938
48 11 Summary of Members Dues, 1958-1965
48 12 Transfer Status, 1945-1968
48 13-14 Transfers, 1945-1952
(2 folders)
48 Transfers,
48 15 Active, 1956-1958
48 16-17 Active to Non-Resident, 1948-1965
(2 folders)
48 18 Active to Non-Resident, Andrew Reinhard, 1957
48 19-23 Associate to Active, 1942-1953
(5 folders)
48 24 Associate to Non-Resident, 1949-1953
48 25 Pending Requests to Change Status to Non-Resident (and Received Non-Resident), 1935-1938
48 26 Transfers to Active, 1953-1954
48 27-28 Transfers to Emeritus, 1953-1959
(2 folders)
48 29-31 Transfers to Non-Resident, 1948-1949
(3 folders)
48 32 Travel Benefit Information, circa 1970
48 33 Treasurer, Albert W. Butt, re: Data on Former Members "Dropped," 1947-1949
48 34 Treasurer, John W. Pickworth, 1950
48 35 Treasury Department re: Kamal Yakoup, 1964-1966
Box Folder
110 2 Member Cards, Diagrams Submitted by Gustave Jensen, circa 1950
(Oversized materials from Box 39, Folder 52)

2.6: Scholarships and Special Awards Committee, 1927-1973

The Scholarships and Special Awards Committee's activities managing and awarding scholarships are documented through correspondence, meeting minutes, receipts, citations, and scholarship applications. Scholarships and awards found here include Henry O. Avery Award, Arthur W. Brunner Award, Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize, Michael Friedsam Medal, Howard Myers Award, and J. Clawson Mills Fellowship. National Gold Medal records are found in the Exhibitions series.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
48 36 1964 Resolution re: Administration Fee for Funds, 1964
48 37 Accounting of Scholarship Funds, 1956
48 38 Announcements [From Scrapbook?], 1972
48 Arnold W. Brunner Award,
48 39 Correspondence, 1950s-1960s
48 40 List of Recipients, 1960-1964
48 41 "Power in Buildings," Hugh Ferriss Book, circa 1949-1953
48 42 Recipients' Accounts, circa 1965
48 43 Recipients' Agreements, 1950s-1960s
48 44 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1953), Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, "Anonymous Architecture of the Western Hemisphere," 1953-1957
48 45 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1955), Harold V. Walsh, "Development in Building Techniques," 1954-1959
48 46-48 Arnold W. Brunner Award [1955], Harold V. Walsh, "Revolution in American Construction" Typescript, 1955
(3 folders)
48 49 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1956), Henry Hope Reed, Jr., 1956-1959
Box Folder
49 1-2 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1958), Applications Submitted, 1958-1961
(2 folders)
49 3 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1958), Paul Damaz, 1958-1959
49 4 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1959), Pier Luigi Nervi, 1959
49 5 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1962), Final Applications, 1962-1963
49 6 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1962), Eleanor Pepper, 1962-1967
49 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1963),
49 7 Announcements and Applications, 1962-1963
49 8 Applicants and Correspondence, 1963
49 9 Kriebel $amp; Kriebel, 1968-1969
49 10 Kriebel $amp; Kriebel, "Stairs" (1st Award), 1963-1965
49 11 Robert L. Zion, "Trees for Architecture" (2nd Award), 1963
49 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1964),
49 12 Announcement and Application Forms, 1963-1964
49 13 David Kenneth Specter (1st Award), 1964-1966
49 14 John Jay Stonehill, 1963-1964
49 15 John Jay Stonehill (2nd Award), 1964-1965
49 16 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1965), circa 1965
49 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1965),
49 17 Announcements and Application Forms, 1965-1966
49 18 Applicants and Correspondence, 1944, 1964-1966
49 19 John E. Flynn, 1965-1966
49 20 John E. Flynn, "The Role of Environmental Systems in Building Design," 1966
49 21 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1966), 1966
49 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1966),
49 22 Applications, 1965-1966
49 23 Myron H. Goldfinger, 1966
49 24 Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, 1966
49 25 Arnold W. Brunner Award (Pre-1967), 1964, 1967
49 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1968),
49 26 Applications, circa 1967
49 27 W. Joseph Black, 1968
49 28 Press Follow-Up, 1968
49 29 Press Releases, Publicity, Expenses, circa 1968
49 30 Requests for Applications, circa 1968
49 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1969),
49 31 Applications (Completed), 1969
49 32 J. Hugh Burgess, 1969-1970
49 33 John Fulop, Jr., 1969
49 34 Press Release, Letters, Etc., 1969
49 35 Press Releases, Publicity, Expenses, 1968-1969
49 36 Requests for Applications, 1968-1969
49 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1970),
49 37 Announcements and Press Release, 1969-1970
49 38 Application and Flyer, 1969-1970
49 39 John M. Bailey, Jr., 1970-1971
49 40 Mailing Lists, 1969
49 41 Payments Outstanding, 1970
49 42 Requests for Applications, 1969-1970
49 Arnold W. Brunner Award (1971),
49 43 Announcement, 1971
49 44 Competition Results, 1971
49 45 Requests for Applications, 1971
49 46 Art News, 1949
49 47 Avery Award (1950s), 1951-1957, 1965
49 48-50 Avery Fund and Birch Burdette Long Memorial Fund, 1944-1956
(3 folders)
49 51 Avery Fund and Birch Burdette Long Memorial Fund, Ralph Walker, 1938-1949
49 52 Award Citations, 1958-1963
(Oversized materials housed in Box 110, Folder 3)
Box Folder
50 1 Awards Recipients, 1960s
50 2 Battery Park Competition, circa 1948
50 3 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Fund, 1927
50 4 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Fund, 1945, 1951
50 5 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Fund Competition, 1957
50 6 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize, 1940s-1960s
50 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize,
50 7 Correspondence re: Announcement, 1930s-1960s
50 8 Lists of Recipients, circa 1950s-1960s
50 9 Mailing Data, 1968-1970
50 10 Origin and History by Chester B. Price, 1957-1960s
50 11 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1951), Robert Schwartz ($200), 1951
50 12 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1953), T. Trip Russell and 2 Hon. Men., 1953, 1966
50 13 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1955), 1955
50 14 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1956), George Cooper Rudolph and 3 Hon. Men., 1956
50 15 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1957), Elliott Glushak and 2 Hon. Men., 1957
50 16 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1962), Recipients, 1962-1964
50 17 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1963), Chairman, Minor L. Bishop, Renderings (Mar. 28, 1963), 1962- 1964
50 18 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1963), Winners, 1963
50 19 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1964), Architectural Renderings, 1950s-1960s
50 20 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1965), Competition Forms, 1965
50 21 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1965), Ara Derderian; Hon. Men. Vincent Furno and Zvonimir Tesla, 1965
50 22 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1967), Application List, 1965-1967
50 23 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1968), 1950s-1960s
50 24 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1968), Applications, circa 1966-1968
50 25 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1968), Requests, 1967-1968
50 26 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1970), 1970
50 27 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1970), Correspondence, 1969-1970
50 28 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize Announcements (From 1951-1965), 1951-1965
50 29 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize Citations, 1953, 1956
50 30 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize Rendering Competition (Mar. 23, 1967), 1967
50 31 Budgets and Balances, All Funds, 1969
50 Chairman,
50 32 Richard F. Bach, 1949-1950
50 33 Armand Bartos, 1965
50 34 Hugh Ferriss, 1958-1959
50 35 Charles H. Magruder, 1941, 1951-1956
50 36 Hildreth Meiere, 1938-1964
50 37-41 Committee on Scholarships and Special Awards, 1941-1955
(5 folders)
50 42-43 Correspondence, circa 1964-1969
(2 folders)
Box Folder
51 1-5 Correspondence and Minutes, 1942-1965
(5 folders)
51 6 Current Work 1939-1940, Smithsonian Competition Drawings, 1939
51 7 Financial Calculations, 1950s-1960s
51 8 Foundations, 1967
51 9 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Competition, 1960
51 10 Governing Procedures, Administrative Fees, Legal Problems Concerning Scholarships, 1955
51 11 Henry O. Avery Prize, 1948, 1960s
51 Howard Myers Award,
51 12-13 Correspondence, 1950s
(2 folders)
51 14 Fund Data, circa 1952-1960
51 15 Lists of Magazines, 1950
51 16 Procedure, 1956
51 17 Howard Myers Award (1951), Walter Gropius (1st Award), circa 1950-1951
51 18 Howard Myers Award (1953), Lewis Munford (2nd Award), circa 1953-1954
51 19 Howard Myers Award (1956), Eero Saarinen (3rd Award), 1954-1957
51 20 Howard Myers Award (1959), Peter Blake (4th Award), 1960
51 21 Invoices, Clark $amp; Way, Inc., 1960
51 22 Invoices, Medallic Art Co., 1954-1957
51 23-24 J. Clawson Mills Fellowship, 1966-1968
(2 folders)
51 J. Clawson Mills Fellowship,
51 25 Account of Funds, 1967-1970
51 26 Robert A.M. Stern, 1965-1966
51 27 Will and Legal Papers, 1943, 1945
51 28 J. Clawson Mills Fellowship (1966), 1966
51 J. Clawson Mills Fellowship (1966),
51 29-30 Michael Baker, 1966-1969
(2 folders)
51 31 General, 1966
51 32 Landscape Architecture, 1966
51 33 Sculpture, 1966
51 34 W. Todd Williams, 1966-1968
51 35 J. Clawson Mills Fund Exhibition No. 4, 1967
51 36 Jefferson Memorial Competition, Chairman, Charles Macgruder, 1947-1948
51 37 Koren-DiResta Construction Co., 1969
51 38 Koren-DiResta Scholarship, 1969
51 39 Lectures Committee Meeting, 1972
51 40 Lists of Awards, 1950s-1960s
51 41 Lists of Committee Members, 1960s-1970
Box Folder
52 1 Mastic Tile Corp. of America Annual Design Competition, 1958-1961
52 2 Medal Awards (Citations Used for the Various Awards From 1929-1938), 1930s
52 3 Medal of Honor, Chairman, Julian C. Levi, 1959
52 4 Meeting Notes in Shorthand, circa 1960s
52 5-7 Michael Friedsam Medal Award, 1936-1960s
(3 folders)
52 8 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1936), Copies of Citations, 1936-1966
52 9 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1939), John Davison Rockefeller, Jr., 1953
52 10 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1940), Frederick P. Keppel (17th Award), 1940
52 11 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1952), Arthur Amory Houghton (21st Award), circa 1952
52 12 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1953), Correspondence, 1940s-1950s
52 13 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1955), James William Fulbright (22nd Award), 1955
52 14 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1957), Aileen Osborn Webb (23rd Award), 1957
52 15 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1958), Otto Lucien Spaeth (24th Award), 1958, 1964
52 16 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1960), Walter Paepcke, 1964
52 17 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1963), Thomas J. Watson, Jr. (26th Award), 1963
52 18 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1968), 1967-1969
52 19 Michael Friedsam Medal Award (1969), Mayor John V. Lindsay (June 19, 1969), 1969
52 20-22 Michael Friedsam Medal Award Dinner, Seymour Knox (Feb. 23, 1966), 1940, 1966
(3 folders)
52 23 Michael Friedsam Medal Award Dinner, Dr. Frank Stanton (Apr. 16, 1964), 1964
52 24 Michael Friedsam Medal Cast, undated
52 25 Michael Friedsam Medal Fellowship in Honor of Frederick P. Keppel (May 9, 1940), 1940
52 26-34 Minutes of Scholarships and Special Awards Committee Meetings, 1941-1973
(9 folders)
52 35 New Awards Program, Der Scutt and John Lobell, 1971
52 36 Otto R. Eggers Award, 1969, 1971
52 37 Otto R. Eggers Fund, 1964-1965
52 38 Otto R. Eggers Fund, Deposit Slips, 1964
52 39 President's Medal, 1970
52 40 President's Medal to John Davison Rockefeller, Jr., circa 1953
52 41 Secretary 1938-1939, Smithsonian Competition, Architectural Services, 1939, 1965
52 42 Secretary 1942-1943, Citation Awarded to Fletcher Collins, 1943
52 43 Small House Competition in Connection With "Building Your Home Show" and Book "Before You Buy a House," circa 1954
52 44 Summary of Awards - List of Scholarships, 1960
52 45 U.S.A. Tomorrow Manhattan Redevelopment Competition (Co-Sponsored), 1956
Box Folder
110 3 Award Citations, 1958-1963
(Oversized materials from Box 49, Folder 52)

2.7: Various Committees, 1905-1974

This subseries includes files of various committees not in the previous subseries. Materials found include administrative files of committees, agendas, committee lists, correspondence, election records, and Secretary's Files from 1938-1944. Additional scattered committee records are found in the Photographic Materials series.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
53 1 Action Committee, 1969
53 2 Advisory Committee on League Problems, 1941, 1960
53 3-9 Agendas, 1936-1949, 1960-1965
(7 folders)
53 10 Agendas, Fine Arts Federation, 1948-1949
53 11 Agendas (With Unfinished Items Carried Forward, May 1, 1939), 1936-1941
53 12 Announcements to New Members, 1959
53 13 Architects' Emergency Committee, 1948
53 14-15 Audit Committee, 1950, 1953
(2 folders)
53 16 Building Craftsman Committee, 1917-1918
53 17-18 Committee Lists, 1949-1955
(2 folders)
53 19-21 Committee Members Lists, 1943-1957
(3 folders)
53 22 Committee on Admissions, Meeting Minutes, 1905-1909
53 23 Committee on Analysis (Special), Chairman, Alfred Geiffert, Jr., 1949-1950
53 24 Committee on Government and Art, 1950-1951
53 25 Committee on Inter-American Cooperation, Mrs. Keep, 1941
53 26 Committee on New Books for Fighting Forces, 1942
53 27 Committee on Nominations for Art Commission, City of New York, 1948
53 28 Committee on Sculpture, 1949
53 29 Correspondence Between Committees, 1952-1953
53 30 Correspondence to and from League Officers, 1954
53 31 Correspondence to Officers and Committee Members, 1956-1957
53 32 Dining Room Committee, 1945-1946
53 33-43 Education Committee, 1950-1955
(11 folders)
53 Elections,
53 44-51 Ballots, 1921, 1947-1974
(8 folders)
53 52-53 Ballots (League Officers), 1921-1953
(2 folders)
53 54 Ballots (Records Tallied and Signed by Tellers), 1943-1944
53 55 Election (1952-1953), 1952
53 56 Election Meeting (Mar. 11, 1954), 1954
53 57 Election Meeting (Mar. 22, 1956), 1956
53 58 Election Meeting (Mar. 6, 1958), 1958
53 59 Entertainment Committee, Current Work 1940-1941, Chairman, Edwin L. Howard, 1940-1941
53 60 Final Reports of Year, Chairman of All Committees, 1945-1946
Box Folder
54 1 Inter-Office Communications, 1950
54 2 Invitation to Members to Work on Committees, 1961, 1963
54 3 Joint Action Committee, 1951
54 4 Joint Committee of the National Apprentice Schools of Design, Meeting Minutes, 1919
54 5 Memoranda Between Committees, 1953
54 6 Memos to League Officers, 1954
54 7 Memos to Officers, Members and Staff, 1958-1959
54 8 Miscellaneous Committee Records, 1940s-1965
54 9 New York War and Peace Memorial Committee, 1944-1948
54 10-18 Nominating Committee, 1941-1956
(9 folders)
54 Nominating Committee,
54 19 Chairman, George Cooper Rudolph, 1965
54 20 Meetings, 1967-1969
54 21 Nominations Made, 1939-1940
54 22 Secretary 1938-1939, Chairman, Julian Clarence Levi, 1938-1939
54 23 Secretary 1941-1942, 1941-1942
54 24 Noteholders Committee, Final Action, L.A. Pedrick, 1936-1940
54 25 Notices of Executive Meeting, 1945
54 26 Notices of Special Meetings, 1959-1960
54 27 Officers and Committee Chairman of the League, 1951
54 28 Organizations Interested in the Arts, Meeting Minutes, 1965
54 29 Program and Planning Committee, 1951-1952
54 30 Program and Planning Committee, Chairman, Mrs. Alta G. Samuels, 1956-1957
54 31 Real Estate Committee and Young People's Committee, 1951
54 32 Reports to Chairmen of Committees for Annual Meeting, 1941, 1947
54 Secretary 1938-1939,
54 33 Agendas, 1938-1939
54 34 Ballots (1938-1939), 1938-1939
54 35 Election of Officers, 1939
54 36 List of Officers and Committee Members 1936-1939 (Taken Out of M.J.A's Book Used Daily For Reference), 1938-1939
54 37 Notices of Meetings, 1938-1939
54 38 Show Planning Committee, 1938
54 Secretary 1939-1940,
54 39 1939-1940 Committees, 1939
54 40 Agendas, 1939-1940
54 41 Architects' Emergency Committee (Women's Division), 1936, 1939
54 42 Ballots (1940), 1940
54 43 Civil Service Committee and State Bills, 1939
54 44 Election of Executive Committee Officers, 1939-1940
54 45 Memoranda (Various) Typed by M.J.A., 1939-1940
54 46 Miscellaneous Memos, 1939-1940
54 Secretary 1941-1942,
54 47 Ballots (1942), 1942-1943
54 48 Committees Appointed for 1941-1942, 1941-1942
54 49 Election of Officers, 1941-1942
54 50 Nominations - Officers and Executive Committee, 1942
54 51 Secretary 1941-1943, Notices of Meetings, 1942-1943
54 52 Secretary 1941-1943, Resigned Committee Officers, 1941
54 Secretary 1942-1943,
54 53 1942-1943 Committees, 1942-1943
54 54 Resignations - Officers and Committee Members, 1942
54 55 Resigned Executive Committee Members, 1942
54 56 Secretary 1943-1944, Election of Officers, Members of Executive Committee and Representatives to FAF, 1943-1944
54 57 Special Events Committee, Chairman, Jose A. Fernandez, 1957
54 58 Special Invitation Committee, Francis Bradford, 1958
54 59 Special Legal and Analytical Committee, 1950
54 60 Trustees Committee, 1970
54 61 Walter Luther Dodge House, 1966

Series 3: Officers' Files, 1900, 1923-1970
(Boxes 54-58; 3.9 linear feet)

The series is arranged as 3 subseries:

3.1: Secretaries' Files, 1900, 1935-1967

The Secretaries' files include a mix of the elected League Secretary's files and the files of the Executive Secretary (presumably a paid and unelected position). The majority of the Executive Secretaries' files belong to long-time secretary, Lucile A. Pedrick. Materials are primarily correspondence, as well as meeting minutes, notes, memos, and other scattered administrative records. Additional Executive Secretary files are found throughout the collection typically labeled as "Secretary [Year Range]."

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
54 62 Catherine Sleeper's File, 1954-1955
54 63 Copies of Misc. Letters of Which Exec. Sec. Anna Clarke Has Copies, 1951-1953
54 64 Ernest Peixotto Memorial, 1941
54 65-66 Executive Secretary, Kathryn Farrell, 1964-1967
(2 folders)
Box Folder
55 1-10 Executive Secretary, Lucile A. Pedrick, 1936-1946
(10 folders)
55 11-18 Executive Secretary, Lucile A. Pedrick (1940s), 1935, 1940-1949
(8 folders)
Box Folder
56 1-2 Executive Secretary, Lucile A. Pedrick (1940s), 1935, 1940-1949
(2 folders)
56 Executive Secretary, Lucile A. Pedrick,
56 3 Finance Committee, 1943-1945
56 4 Letters Replied To, 1941-1942
56 5 Lincoln Memorial, 1944
56 6 Memos, 1936-1937
56 7-8 Miscellaneous Letters, 1937, 1942-1943
(2 folders)
56 9 Plastics Committee, 1944
56 10-11 Replies to Miscellaneous Letters, 1943-1945
(2 folders)
56 12 Work Papers, 1936-1937
56 13 Miss Schwarz [Gold Medal Catalog Committee], 1951-1952
56 Secretary,
56 14 Badgeley, C. Dale, 1946-1947
56 15-16 Bartos, Harold, (1963-1965), 1955-1965
(2 folders)
56 17-18 Clay, Albert G., (1946-1947), 1946-1947
(2 folders)
56 19 Eiseman, Ferdinand, (1956-1957), 1955-1956
56 20 Farrell, Kathryn, 1944
56 21 Frost, Frederick G., Jr., 1900, 1941-1943
56 22 Gottschalk, Werner (1966-1967), 1966
56 23-25 Haneman, John Theodore, 1943-1944
(3 folders)
56 26 [Hooper, Ira], 1958-1959
56 27 Hooper, Ira (1958-1959), 1953-1964
56 28 Rambusch, Viggo F. E. (1949-1950), 1949-1950
Box Folder
57 1 Secretary 1938-1939, Lucile A. Pedrick (Minutes, Etc.), 1938
57 2 Secretary 1938-1939, Secretary, William Platt, 1937-1938
57 Secretary 1939-1940,
57 3 Credit Slips, 1939
57 4 General Information Answered by Secretary, 1939-1940
57 5 Printing and Stationary Orders, 1939-1940
57 6 Secretary 1941-1942, Executive Secretary's Correspondence, 1941
57 7 Secretary 1941-1942, Secretary's Correspondence (Frederick G. Frost, Jr.), 1941
57 8 Secretary 1941-1943, Leon V. Solon, 1941-1943
57 9 "Task" Group, 1943
57 10 To Be Filed, 1945-1949

3.2: Presidents' Correspondence, 1926-1970

Found are correspondence files of League Presidents, as well as a list of presidents. Folders are arranged chronologically by the year in which the President was elected.

Box Folder
57 11 Willard, Daniel W. (Elected 1881), 1939-1940
57 12 Trowbridge, Alexander B. (Elected 1925), 1926
57 13 Levi, Julian C. (Elected 1931), 1931-1933
57 14 Brown, Archibald Manning (Elected 1935), 1936-1937
57 15 Secretary 1938-1939, President, Ralph Walker, 1938
57 16-18 Williams, Edgar I. (Elected 1939), 1939-1941
(3 folders)
57 19 Secretary 1939-1940, President, Edgar I. Williams, 1939
57 20-21 Woodbridge, Frederick J. (Elected 1941), 1941-1942
(2 folders)
57 22 Secretary 1941-1942, Frederick J. Woodbridge, 1942
57 23 Williams, J. Scott (Acting President 1943), 1943
57 24-25 Ferriss, Hugh (Elected 1943), 1943-1945
(2 folders)
57 26 Frost, Frederick G., Jr. (Vice President), 1944
57 27-28 Stowell, Kenneth K. (Elected 1945), 1942-1946
(2 folders)
57 29-32 Harrison, Wallace K. (Elected 1946), 1946-1948
(4 folders)
57 33 Woodbridge, Frederick J. (Elected 1948), 1948-1949
57 34 Price, Chester B. (Elected 1949), 1948-1950
57 35 Schwartzman, Daniel (Elected 1953), 1951-1954
57 36-37 O'Connor, Robert B. (Elected 1956), 1956-1957
(2 folders)
57 38-39 Ketchum, Morris, Jr. (Elected 1958), 1958-1959
(2 folders)
57 40 List of Presidents, 1960
57 41 Cutler, Robert W. (Elected 1960), 1961-1962
57 42-45 Allwork, Ronald (Elected circa 1964), 1941, 1954, 1964-1966
(4 folders)
57 46 Franzen, Ulrich (Elected 1967), 1967
57 47 Rosenblatt, Arthur (Elected 1970), 1970

3.3: Treasurers' Correspondence, 1923-1970

Found are correspondence files of League Treasurers, as well as scattered administrative records. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
58 1 Bartos, Harold, 1967
58 2 Bartos, Harold (1970-1971), 1970
58 3 Bloomstein, Edward N., 1969
58 4 Butt, Albert W., Jr. (1949-1950), 1946-1950
58 5-8 Collins, Fletcher, 1933-1946
(4 folders)
58 9-10 Fenner, Ward (1946-1948), 1944-1947
(2 folders)
58 11 Foley, Max H. [1943-1945], 1940-1945
58 12 Geiffert, Alfred, III [1959-1960], 1958-1961
58 13 Haines, Charles (1963-1963), 1958-1965
58 14 Harris, Irving D. [1952], 1947-1952
58 15 Ives, H. Douglas [1943], 1933, 1943-1944
58 16-17 Miscellaneous, 1935-1964
(2 folders)
58 18 Secretary 1938-1939, Giles Whiting, 1938-1939
58 19 Secretary 1938-1939, Leon V. Solon's Correspondence, 1938-1940
58 20 [Leon] Solon's Data From Albert M. Bender [Booklets], 1935-1938
58 21-22 Treasurer 1934-1935, 1934-1936
(2 folders)
58 23 Treasurer 1934-1935, Dues, 1933-1936
58 24 Treasurer 1934-1935, Treasurer, Giles Whiting, 1934
58 25 Treasurer 1938-1939, Finance Committee (Official Standing Com.), 1938-1939
58 Treasurer 1939-1940,
58 26 Bills Paid, 1929, 1937-1940
58 27 Circulars, 1940
58 28 Miscellaneous, 1923-1940
58 29 Treasurer (Apr. 1965- ), 1954, 1964-1966

Series 4: Business Records, circa 1926-1972
(Boxes 58-62, BVs 129-144; 7.35 linear feet)

The series is arranged as 3 subseries:

4.1: Financial Records, circa 1926-1970

Found are bank statements, correspondence, various ledgers, and other accounting and financial records. Some overlap exists between this subseries and Finance Committee records, such as ledgers, payroll records, and records related to the 21-year collateral note. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
58 30 21-Year Sinking Fund Collateral Gold Notes, Miscellaneous, 1927-1932
58 31 Accounts Receivable, Miscellaneous, circa 1942-1968
58 32-33 [Annual Dues], Members-Transfers (A-Z), circa 1926-1963
(2 folders)
Box Folder
59 1 Audits, circa 1966-1970
59 2 Bank Correspondence, 1946, 1949
59 3-7 Bank Correspondence, 1951
(5 folders)
59 8 Bank Correspondence, 1966
59 9 Bank Correspondence, 1968
59 10-17 Bank Forms, 1946-1955
(8 folders)
59 18-21 Bank Statements and Cancelled Checks (1963), 1963
(4 folders)
59 22-25 Bank Statements and Cancelled Checks [Vouchers] (1964), 1963-1964
(4 folders)
59 26 Bar Inventory [House Committee?], 1945
59 27 Central Hanover Bank and Trust, 1946
59 Central Hanover Bank and Trust,
59 28 Contents, 1952, 1964
59 29-32 Finance Committee, 1932-1949
(4 folders)
59 33 Inventory Vault 42nd Street Bank, 1949
59 34-37 Central Hanover Bank and Trust, Surplus Income, 1938-1953
(4 folders)
59 38 Central Hanover Safe Deposit Company, Receipts for Payments Made on Use of Safe, Cremation of Gold Notes, Etc., 1932-1935
59 39-40 Chemical Bank and Trust Company, 1952, 1954
(2 folders)
59 41 Current Events, Various Expenses, 1951-1960
Box Folder
60 1 Deposit Slips, 1934-1935
60 2 Financial Ledger, 1962-1968
60 3 Financial Ledger (Christmas Fund, Kathryn Farrell Fund, Michael Friedson), 1956-1967
60 4 Financial Ledger (Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1968), 1967-1968
60 5 Financial Ledger [House Committee?], 1931, October - 1933, May
60 6-10 General Ledger, 1948-1962
(5 folders)
60 11-12 General Expenses (Statements, Balance Sheets, Etc.), 1950-1953
(2 folders)
60 13-15 The Hanover Bank, 1937-1958
(3 folders)
60 16 The Hanover Bank, Correspondence Re: Funds, Finance Committee, 1953-1955
60 17-18 J. Clawson Mills Fund, Bank of New York, 1965-1968
(2 folders)
60 19 J. Clawson Mills Fund, Irving Trust Co., 1965-1967
60 20 J. Clawson Mills Fund, Union Square Savings Bank, 1963-1967
60 21-22 Ledger Book, Dinner Expenses, 1960-1966
(2 folders)
60 23 Ledger Book, Entertainment (Dinners, Lunches), 1966
60 24-25 Ledger Book, Various Funds, 1959-1968
(2 folders)
Box Folder
61 1-2 Letter in Support of Protest Filed June 20, 1963 Regarding Tax Exempt Status, 1963-1964
(2 folders)
61 3 Loans, Collateral Notes, 1927-1930
61 4-5 Payroll Ledger, 1966-1968
(2 folders)
61 6 Petty Cash Ledger, 1966-1968
61 7 Secretary 1938-1939, Central Hanover Bank and Trust, 1938
61 8-9 Statements of Accounts, Arnold W. Brunner Scholarship Fund, 1938-1951
(2 folders)
61 10 Treasurer 1933-1934, Central Hanover Bank and Trust, List of Securities, 1933-1934
61 11 Treasurer 1936-1937, Bank Forms (Carbon Copies of Samples to Follow), 1937-1940
61 12 Treasurer 1938-1940, Letters to Banks Regarding Amount of Deposit at End of Fiscal Year, 1939
Box
BV 129 Cash Book, 1956-1958
Box
BV 130 Cash Disbursements Ledgers (1950-1962; 1962-1968), 1950-1968
(2 bound volumes)
Box
BV 131 Cash Receipts Ledger (Jan. 1959 - Jan. 1961), 1959-1961
Box
BV 132 Cash Receipts Ledger (Feb. 1961 - Feb. 1963), 1961-1963
Box
BV 133 Cash Receipts Ledger, 1963-1964
Box
BV 134 Cash Receipts Ledgers (Apr. 1956 - Mar. 1963; Apr. 1963 - Mar. 1966), 1956-1966
(2 bound volumes)
Box
BV 135 Cash Receipts Ledgers (1963-1966; 1966-1969), 1964-1969
(2 bound volumes)
Box
BV 136 Charges (July 1954 - Aug. 1958), 1954-1958
Box
BV 137 Charges (Sept. 1958 - Oct. 1961), 1958-1961
Box
BV 138 Charges (Nov. 1961 - June 1964), 1961-1964
Box
BV 139 Charges (July 1964 - Aug. 1966), 1964-1966
Box
BV 140 Charges (Sept. 1966 - July 1968), 1966-1968
Box
BV 141 General Ledger, 1961-1967
Box
BV 142 Voucher Records (Apr. 1954 - Nov. 1958), 1954-1958
Box
BV 143 Voucher Records (Dec. 1958 - Apr. 1964), 1958-1964
Box
BV 144 Voucher Records (May 1964 - Aug. 1968), 1964-1968

4.2: Insurance Files, 1932-1972

This subseries includes correspondence, policies, brochures, and other insurance documents. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
61 13 American Mutual Liability Insurance Company, 1934
61 14-15 Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company, Payroll Audit, 1952-1956, 1962-1967
(2 folders)
61 16 Blue Cross Blue Shield, 1959-1966
61 17 Burglary and Theft Insurance (Continuous, Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co.), 1BM 1289, 1950, 1956
61 18 Candela, F., 1971-1972
61 19 Correspondence, 1958-1967
61 Correspondence,
61 20 Executive Committee, 1951-1965
61 21-22 House Committee, 1932-1935
(2 folders)
61 23 Insurance (Continuous), 1950-1961
61 24 Disability Insurance, 1961-1967
61 25 Equitable Assurance Society of the United States, Disability Insurance Reports, 1961- 1969
61 26 Fidelity Bonds, Blank Forms, circa 1951
61 27 Fidelity Bonds, Employees, 1951-1952
61 28 Fire and Extended Coverage Building Insurance (Continuous), 1950, 1954
61 29 General Liability, 1951-1953
61 30 General Liability and Public Liability (Liberty Mutual Insurance Company); (Continuous), SGL-2G-08053 NY, 1950
61 31-32 Hagedorn and Company, 1950-1968
(2 folders)
61 33 Hagedorn and Company, Insurance Analysis and Permanent Record, 1950
Box Folder
62 1 Insurance, 1942-1946
62 2-4 Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, 1939-1951
(3 folders)
62 Liberty Mutual Insurance Company,
62 5 Accident Reports, 1939-1947
62 6 Blank Forms, 1948
62 7 Payroll Records, circa 1939-1962
62 8 Re: Kathyrn Ferrell, 1949-1950
62 9 Mercantile, Robbery, Safe Burglary Insurance (Continuous), S-9005 Superceded by Bond No. S-51861, 1950
62 10 Miscellaneous Note, circa 1940s-1960s
62 11 New York State Department of Labor, Division of Placement and Unemployment Insurance, 1937- 1938
62 12 New York State Unemployment Insurance Reports, 1963-1969
62 13 Policies, 1961-1965
62 14-16 Policies and Permits, 1930s-1966
(3 folders)
62 17 Robbery and Safe Burglary Insurance, 1951-1953
62 18 Treasurer 1935-1936, New York State Department of Labor, Div. of Unemployment Insurance, 1935
62 19 Treasurer 1938-1939, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, 1938

4.3: Legal Records, 1927-1965

Legal records includes primarily correspondence. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
62 20 Blake and Voorhees, 1929-1935
62 Correspondence,
62 21 French, Fink and Markle (Formerly Eidlite, French, Fink and Markle), 1952
62 22 Heermance, Glassberg and Henry, Lawyers, 1942-1945
62 23 Robert Lee Henry, Attorney, 1937-1940
62 24-25 Reynolds, Richards, McCutchon and Logan, 1927-1929
(2 folders)
62 26 Strasser, Spiegelberg, Fried and Frank (Mr. Jacobs), 1964-1965
62 27 Carl S. Stern, Counselor at Law, re: Bequest, 1955, 1959
62 28 Nathan Walker, League's Lawyer, 1952-1959
62 29 Miscellaneous, 1940, 1944, 1956
62 30 National Academy Association, 1941

Series 5: Exhibitions, 1887-1972, bulk 1930s-1960s
(Boxes 62-83, 111, OVs 117-119; 21.85 linear feet)

The series is arranged as 6 subseries:

5.1: Exhibition Committee, 1919-1967

This subseries documents the Exhibition Committee's work coordinating exhibitions. Materials include correspondence, committee chairman's files, scattered meeting minutes, and architectural drawings of gallery space. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
62 31 57th Street Galleries Dimensions, 1937
62 32 Alcoa Steamship Company, Correspondence re: Exhibition, 1955
62 33 Art Directors Club of New York Exhibitions, 1954-1955
62 34 Beaux Arts Exhibitions, 1954
62 35 Belgian Mural Exhibition, 1955-1956
62 36-37 Birch Burdette Long, Minor L. Bishop-Exhibition Committee Chairman, 1963-1966
(2 folders)
62 38 Blueprints and Architectural Drawings, Etc., 1927-1959
(Oversized materials housed in OV 117)
62 39 Chairman, Baker, Douglas H., 1956-1957
Box Folder
63 Chairman,
63 1-2 Bishop, Minor L., 1962-1966
(2 folders)
63 3-5 Cheek, Leslie, Jr., 1947-1948
(3 folders)
63 6 Fernandez, Jose, 1954-1956
63 7 Kagan, Vladimir, (1958-1959), 1958
63 8-9 Ketchum, Morris, 1944-1947
(2 folders)
63 10-11 Price, Chester B., 1942-1944
(2 folders)
63 12 Reinhard, L. Andrew, 1939
63 13 Schwartzman, Daniel [Chairman?], 1948-1950
63 14 Chairman of Clubhouse, Lorimer Rich, 1942-1943
63 15 City Planning Exhibition, 1951
63 16 Columbian Exhibition, 1951
63 17 Correspondence, 1950-1951
63 Correspondence,
63 18 Bien, Robert L., 1957-1958
63 19 Complaints, 1955-1956
63 20 Fuller, Clement re: Exhibit - Octych, 1958
63 21 III Biennial Hispano Americana, 1955
63 22 Magruder, Charles, 1947
63 23 Current Work 1940-1941, Art Calendar (Requests from Magazines, Press, etc. for Schedules of Exhibitions), 1940-1941
63 24 The Early Californians Exhibition, 1951
63 25 "Environment V" Press Release, 1967
63 26-27 Exhibition Schedules, 1945-1946, 1953-1954
(2 folders)
63 28 Exhibitors Advisory Council, Inc., 1954
63 29 [Fall Exhibition] (June 21, 1939), 1939-1940
63 30 Haskell, Douglas, 1945
63 31 Material for Arranging Exhibitions, 1960
(Oversized materials housed in OV 118)
63 32-35 Minutes, 1919-1924, 1953-1963
(4 folders)
63 36-38 Miscellaneous, 1940, 1952-1956
(3 folders)
63 39 Pratt Institute Department of Illustration, 1952-1955
63 40 Requests re: Exhibitions and How They Are Handled, 1956-1959
63 41 Unfinished Business and Miscellaneous, 1946
Box
OV 117 Blueprints and Architectural Drawings, Etc., 1927-1959
(Oversized materials from Box 62, Folder 38)
Box
OV 118 Material for Arranging Exhibitions, Architectural Drawings, 1960
(Oversized materials from Box 63, Folder 31)

5.2: Exhibitions (Chronological), 1924-1971

This series provides a chronological history of exhibitions held at the League, both sponsored by the League or held by others. Materials include correspondence, blueprints, administrative records, notices and memos, and other records created in organizing exhibitions. Similar materials can be found in Functions and Events series and the Current Work subseries of the Committee Records series.

Folders are arranged chronologically by year and exhibition date; exhibitions in which the exact date is unknown are filed at the beginning of the year in which the exhibition was most likely held.

Box Folder
63 42 "Architectural and Allied Arts Exposition," 1924-1929
63 43 National Exposition of Architecture, Decorative and Industrial Arts (Oct. 10-19, 1935), 1935
63 44 A.I.D. Exhibition, Blueprint (Feb. 1936), 1936
(Oversized material housed in OV 118)
63 45 Karl Edelmann Exhibit, 1939
63 1940 Exhibitions,
63 46 "The Boars," Carl Milles, re: Collection Books, 1940-1941
63 47 Mrs. I.B. Markell Exhibition (List of Exhibits and Prices), circa 1940-1941
63 48 Current Work 1939-1940, "Versus" (March 1940), 1940
Box Folder
64 1940 Exhibitions,
64 1 "Versus" (Mar. 1940), 1940
64 2 Current Work 1939-1940, Cornell University Exhibition (Apr. 29 - May 11, 1940), 1940
64 3 Panel Exhibits Cocktail Party (Oct. 31, 1940), 1940
64 4 Panel Exhibits Cocktail Party (Nov. 29, 1940), 1940
64 5 Panel Exhibits Cocktail Party (Dec. 1940), 1940
64 1941 Exhibitions,
64 6 Current Work 1940-1941, Panel Exhibits (Photographs Taken), 1941
64 7 Panel Exhibits, Mr. Lorimer Rich, 1941
64 8 Current Work 1941-1942, Panel Exhibits Cocktail Parties, 1941
64 9 Panel Exhibits Cocktail Party (Jan. 1941), 1941
64 10 Current Work 1940-1941, "The Alumni of McKim, Mead and White" (Feb. 1941), 1940-1941
64 11 Panel Exhibits Cocktail Party (Feb. 1941), 1941
64 12 Panel Exhibits Cocktail Party (Mar. 1941), 1941
64 13-20 "40 Under 40" (Mar. 6-28, 1941), 1940-1941
(8 folders)
64 21 Current Work 1940-1941, "Forty Architects Under 40" Dinner and Exhibition (Mar. 6-28, 1941, inclusive), 1941
64 22 Current Work 1940-1941, "Architecture Around San Francisco Bay" Exhibition, Miscellaneous Correspondence (Mar. 29 - Apr. 18, 1941), 1940-1941
(Oversized materials housed in OV 118)
64 23 Panel Exhibits Cocktail Party (Apr. 1941), 1941
64 24-30 Current Work 1940-1941, Sculpture Show Sponsored by the League (Apr. 22 - May 9, 1941), 1941
(7 folders)
64 31 Current Work 1941-1942, Panel Exhibits (Nov. 1941), 1941
64 1942 Exhibitions,
64 32 Current Work 1941-1942, Panel Exhibitors (Corres. re: Pub. Fee), 1942
64 33 O. Rundel Gilbert Exhibit, 1942-1944
64 34 Panel Exhibits Cocktail Party (Jan. 1942), 1941-1942
64 35 Panel Exhibits Cocktail Party (Feb. 1942), 1942
64 36 Current Work 1941-1942, Panel Exhibits (Apr. 1942), 1942
64 1943 Exhibitions,
64 37 "New Buildings for 194X" Exhibit, Mr. Price, 1943
64 38 Navy Artists Exhibit, Mr. Price (July 12-16, 1943), 1943-1944
64 1944 Exhibitions,
64 39 New Members Show, Blueprints, 1944
(Oversized material housed in OV 118)
64 40 New Members Signature Show, 1944
64 41-43 "Progress of Prefabrication" (Mar. 9-28, 1944), 1943-1944
(3 folders)
Box Folder
65 1944 Exhibitions,
65 1 Renderings Exhibition (Apr. 10 - May 18, 1944), 1944
65 1945 Exhibitions,
65 2 Mexican Exhibition, 1945
65 3 "Architecture and the Arts Contribution to the War," Douglas Haskell (Oct. 1945), 1945
65 1946 Exhibitions,
65 4 Claire Falkenstein Exhibit, 1946-1947
65 5 Kawneer Company Exhibition, 1946-1947
65 6 Roger Sturtevant Exhibit (Jan. 4-31, 1946), 1946-1948
65 7 Walter Kilham, Jr. Exhibition (Feb. 26 - Mar. 16, 1946), 1946
65 8 "Arts on the Newstand" Traveling Exhibition (May 1946), 1946-1947
65 9 New Members Work and Summer Sketches Exhibition (Oct. 3-19, 1946), 1946
65 1947 Exhibitions,
65 10 Chen Chi Exhibit, 1947
65 11 "Team Design," Mary Roche, Chairman, 1947-1948
65 12 Roman N. Verhovskoy Exhibition, 1947-1948
65 13 Guild of Book Workers Gallery Space, Mrs. Otto von Wassilko (Feb. 3-15, 1947), 1946-1947
65 14 Progressive Architecture Exhibit (Mar. 22-23, 1947), 1947
65 15 "Tomorrow's Buildings" (May 22 - Sept. 15, 1947), 1947
65 16 Otto Faelton Exhibition (June 17-28, 1947), 1947
65 17 Architectural School Exhibition, Charles Magruder, Chairman (Fall 1947), 1947
65 18 Benno Movin-Hermes Swedish Exhibition (Sept. 16-26, 1947), 1947
65 19 Polish Exhibit, "Warsaw Lives Again" (Oct. 1947), 1947
65 20 "U.S. Training for Architects 1947," Charles Magruder (Nov. 6-29, 1947), 1947-1948
65 21-26 "U.S. Training for Architects, 1947" Traveling Exhibition (Nov. 6-29, 1947), 1947-1950
(6 folders)
65 27 "Modern Sculpture for Architecture" (Dec. 11-22, 1947), 1947
65 1948 Exhibitions,
65 28 Christmas Card Exhibition, 1948
65 29 Kaiser Friedrich Collection Exhibition of Paintings, 1948
65 30 Designs for Decorators Exhibition (Feb. 27 - Mar. 13, 1948), 1948
65 31 Edward P. Chrystie Renderings Exhibition, Winner of B.B. Long Prize for 1947 (May 7-22, 1948), 1948
65 32 Sculpture Exhibition, Lu Duble (May-June 1948), 1948
65 33 Sculpture in Lobby, Lu Duble [May-June 1948?], 1948-1949
65 34 New Members and Members Summer Work (Oct. 17-29, 1948), 1948
65 35 "My Favorite Unexecuted Work" (Nov. 22 - Dec. 3, 1948), 1948
65 1949 Exhibitions,
65 36 A and G Perret, Architects Exhibit, 1949
65 37 Eidlitz, French, Fink and Markle Exhibition, 1949-1950
65 38 Havana, Cuba Exhibitions, 1949
65 39 Ketchum, Gina and Sharp Exhibition, 1949
65 40 Mary Roche Exhibition, 1949-1951
65 41 "Sweden Today," Lundberg, Hogar, Swedish News Agency, circa 1949
65 42 Tice and Lynch, Inc., Brokers Exhibition, 1949-1950
65 43 Traveling Exhibition, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill - Terrace Plaza Hotel, Distinguished, Etc., 1949- 1950
65 44 J. Scott Williams Exhibit, 1949
65 45 Exhibition of Scandinavian Architecture by Lars Marnus (May 16-20, 1949), 1949
65 46 James McCutchen and Co. Exhibit (June 13-24, 1949, 1949
65 47 Legation of Switzerland Exhibit, Mr. Eric Kessler, Counselor of Legation (Sept. 12-24, 1949), 1949
65 48 Henry Hering Memorial Exhibition, Gallery C (Sept. 26 - Oct. 28, 1949), 1949
65 49 New Members and Members Summer Work (Oct. 1949), 1949-1950
65 50 New Members Work Exhibition (Oct. 10-22, 1949), 1949
65 51 "New Skylines of Manhattan," Gallery C (Oct. 24 - Nov. 12, 1949), 1949
65 52 Kahn and Jacobs Exhibition (Oct. 31 - Nov. 12, 1949), 1949
65 1950 Exhibitions,
65 53 Beaux-Arts Institute of Design Exhibition, 1950
65 54 Panamericano de Arquitectos Exhibit, 1950
65 55 Traveling Exhibition, "A Decade of Architecture," 1950
65 56 Traveling Exhibition, "Architectural Education of the United States," 1950
65 57 Shreve, Lamb and Harper Exhibition (Jan. 16-28, 1950), 1950
65 58 Art Directors Exhibition (Feb. 6-13, 1950), 1949-1950
65 59 American Institute of Graphic Arts Exhibition (Feb. 6-25, 1950), 1949-1950
65 60 O'Connor and Kilham Exhibition (Feb. 27 - Mar. 11, Extended to Mar. 18, 1950), 1949-1950
65 61 Edward Stone Exhibition (Mar. 7-18, Extended to Mar. 25, 1950), 1950
65 62 Mrs. Clara Fargo Thomas Exhibition (Mar. 20-25, 1950), 1950
65 63 James Seeman Exhibit (Apr. 3-8, 1950), 1949-1950
65 64 LeBrun Traveling Scholarship Work Exhibition (Apr. 10-15, 1950), 1950
65 65 Art Directors Exhibition (Apr. 17-29, 1950), 1950
65 66 National Sculpture Society Exhibition, Bas Relief (May 2-11, 1950), 1950
65 67 Traveling Exhibition, Growth on Projects in Architects Office, O'Connor and Kilham (June 1950), 1950
65 68 "Architect With a Camera Visits South America" Exhibition and Luncheon (Aug. 28 - Sept. 15, 1950), 1950
Box Folder
66 1950 Exhibitions,
66 1 Members Summer Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Sept. 18-30, 1950), 1950
66 2 Richards Morgenthau Company Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Oct. 9-14, 1950), 1950
66 3 Gwen Lux Exhibition (Sculptured Panels and Theatrical Masks), Dining Room (Oct. 9-30, 1950), 1950
66 4 "Hand Painted Under Glazed Tiles," Pine Room (Oct. 16-28, 1950), 1950
66 5 "Competition for Garden City Village Hall," Pine Room (Oct. 30 - Nov. 4, 1950), 1950
66 6 Avant Garde (Kootz Gallery) Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Oct. 30 - Nov. 11, 1950), 1950
66 7 Columbia University (Traveling Exhibition), Pine Room (Nov. 6-10, 1950, 1950
66 8 Popular Photographers Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Nov. 6-18, 1950), 1950
66 9 Advertising Agencies Service Co. Exhibition, Pine Room (Nov. 13-25, 1950), 1950
66 10 Moss Rose Manufacturing Co. (Auerbach Assoc.) Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Nov. 13-20, 1950), 1950
66 11 Institute of International Education Exhibition, Dining Room (Dec. 5-15, 1950), 1950- 1951
66 12 Art Directors Club Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Dec. 11-16, 1950), 1950
66 1951 Exhibitions,
66 13 Josef Hoffmann Exhibition, 1951
66 14 Society of Architectural Historians, 1951
66 15 G. Teilman Exhibition and Party, 1951
66 16 American Institute of Graphic Arts Exhibition (Jan. 14 - Feb. 2, 1951), 1951
66 17 Lithographers National Association Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Jan. 15-20, 1951), 1950
66 18 Sheila Burlingame Exhibition, Pine Room (Jan. 15-27, 1951), 1951
66 19 Lithographers National Association Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Feb. 19 - Mar. 3, 1951), 1951
66 20 Art Directors Club Exhibition, Pine Room (Feb. 26 - Mar. 3, 1951), 1951
66 21 Pratt Institute Exhibition, Pine Room (Mar. 19-31, 1951), 1951
66 22 Pratt Institute Exhibition, Mr. Ajootian, Pine Room (Apr. 2-7 or 23-28, 1951), 1951
66 23 Fitchburg Youth Library Exhibition (Apr. 30 - May 20, 1951), 1951
66 24 Pratt Institute Department of Interior Design Exhibition (May 1951), 1951
66 25 National Sculpture Society Exhibition (May 4-19, 1951), 1951-1952
66 26 Architectural Photographers Association Exhibition (May 21 - June 2, 1951), 1951
66 27 Techniques and Materials Exhibition (June 18-30, 1951), 1951
66 28 "Graphic Art in Sweden Today," American-Swedish News Exchange (July 2-28, 1951), 1951
66 29 Long-Avery Exhibition (Aug. 6 - Sept. 14, 1951), 1951
66 30 "My Kitchen Contest" (Aug. 23-24, 1951), 1951
66 31 Ontario Association of Architects Exhibition (Sept. 1951), 1951
66 32 Members' Summer Show (Sept. 17-29, 1951), 1950-1951
66 33 Engineers' Exhibit (Oct. 2-19, 1951), 1951
66 34 Producers' Council Exhibition (Oct. 15-20, 1951), 1951
66 35 American Artists Professional League Exhibition (Oct. 29 - Nov. 17, 1951), 1951
66 36 American Artists Professional League Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Nov. 1-14, 1951), 1951
66 37 David E. Squiers Exhibition (Nov. 12-17, 1951 - Cancelled), 1951
66 38 Lumen Winter Exhibition (Nov. 13-17, 1951), 1951
66 39 Screen Process and Display Association of New York Exhibition (Dec. 2-8, 1951), 1951-1952
66 40 Beatrice West Exhibition (Dec. 10-15, 1951), 1951
66 41 Art Directors Club Exhibition (Dec. 17-21, 1951), 1951
66 1952 Exhibitions,
66 42 Hugh Ferriss Exhibition, 1952-1953
66 43 Gropius Exhibit, 1952
66 44 University of Illinois Exhibition, 1952-1953
66 45 Zurich Exhibition, 1952
66 46 Advertising Typographers Association of America Exhibition (Jan. 14-19, 1952), 1952
66 47 State Board Examination Architectural Drawings Exhibition, Pine Room (Feb. 11-15, 1952), 1952
66 48 "The Traveling Exhibition of Architectural Drawings," Dean Leopold Arnaud, Pine Room (Feb. 11-15, 1952), 1952
66 49 C.W. Stockwell and Co. Exhibition, Virginia Hamill (Feb. 11-16, 1952), 1951-1952
66 50 Art Directors Club Exhibition (Feb. 18 - Mar. 1, 1952), circa 1952
66 51 Art Career School Exhibition (Mar. 3-8, 1952), 1951-1952
66 52 Mauno Oittinen Exhibition (Mar. 3-8, 1952), 1951-1952
66 53 Harold L. Walter Exhibition (Mar. 10-15, 1952), 1952
66 54 Kelly and Gruzen Exhibition (Mar. 17-24, 1952), 1952
66 55 Municipal Art Society Exhibition (Apr. 14-18, 1952), 1952
66 56 Pratt Institute Exhibition, Mr. Longyear (Apr. 14-19, 1952), 1952
66 57 Pratt Institute Department of Illustration Exhibition (Apr. 28 - May 2, 1952), 1951
66 58 National Sculpture Society Exhibit (May 9-23, 1952), 1952
66 59 Veteran Motor Car Club of America Exhibit (May 12-16, 1952), 1952
66 60 Yalesburg Exhibit, Richardson Wood (May 26 - June 2, 1952), 1952
66 61 Members' Summer Exhibition (July 23 - Sept. 5, 1952), 1952
66 62 "Unexecuted Work" Exhibition and Party (Aug. 18 - Sept. 5, 1952), 1952
66 63 Members Summer Work Exhibition (Sept. 25 - Oct. 10, 1952) and Cocktail Party (Sept. 24, 1952), 1952
66 64 Producers' Council Exhibition (Oct. 20-24, 1952), 1952
66 65 Virginia World War Exhibition (Nov. 1952), 1952
66 66 David E. Squiers Exhibit, Pine Room (Nov. 24-28, 1952), 1952
66 67 Frank Hoctor and James Herbert Exhibit (Dec. 1-20, 1952), 1952-1953
66 68 New York State Architectural Examination Drawings Exhibition (Dec. 23, 1952 - Jan. 2, 1953), 1952
66 1953 Exhibitions,
66 69 American Academy in Rome Exhibition, 1953-1954
66 70 Blow Company Exhibition, 1953-1954
66 71 Caribbean Architecture, 1953
66 72 English Architecture, 1953
66 73 Mrs. Ruth M. Kilby Exhibition, 1953-1954
66 74 "Lettering Art in Modern Use," Raymond A. Ballinger (Jan. 25-31, 1953), 1952-1953
66 75 Art Directors Exhibition (Mar. 2-7, 1953), 1953
66 76 American Society of Landscape Architects Exhibition (Apr. 1953), 1953, 1955
66 77 Lithographers National Association Exhibition (Apr. 1953), 1952-1953
66 78 "When Work is Done," Leisure Time Activities of Trade Unionists (Apr. 23 - May 6, 1953), 1953
66 79 Members Show (June 30, 1953), 1953
66 80 Swiss Architecture (Sept. 1-20, 1953), 1953
66 81 Members' Summer Show, T. Kilham, Chairman (Sept. 22 - Oct. 8, 1953), 1953
66 82 Lighting Forum (Oct. 1953), 1953
66 83 "New Work in Stained Glass" (Oct. 15 - Nov. 15, 1953), 1953
66 84 "The Skyscraper" (Oct. 27 - Nov. 10, 1953), 1953
66 85 Producers' Council Table-top Exhibition (Nov. 1953), 1953
66 86 "Purcell and Elmslie" (Walker Art Center) (Nov. 1953), 1953
66 87 "Public Housing Past, Present, Future" (Nov. 17-27, 1953), 1953
66 88 Art Directors Exhibition (Dec. 14-19, 1953), 1953
66 1954 Exhibitions,
66 89 American Institute of Steel Construction Exhibition, 1954
66 90 Belgium Exhibit, J.R. Kingsley, 1954
66 91 Members Informal Show, 1954
66 92 Travel Posters Exhibition, 1954
66 93 "Poems in Paint," W.B. Sherman (Mar. 31 - Apr. 12, 1954), 1953-1954
66 94-96 "Architectural Schoolwork in the United States" (Apr. 20 - May 7, 1954), 1953-1955
(3 folders)
66 97 A.I.A. Lebrun Scholarship Competition Exhibition (May 17-21, 1954), 1954
66 98 Columbia University School of Architecture Exhibition (May 24-29, 1954, Cancelled), 1954
66 99-101 "Building Your Home, 1954" (May 27 - June 6, 1954), 1954
(3 folders)
Box Folder
67 1954 Exhibitions,
67 1-5 "Building Your Home, 1954" (May 27 - June 6, 1954), 1954
(5 folders)
67 6 Belgian Government Exhibition (Weeks of Sept. 13, 20, 27), 1954
67 7 Borgenicht Gallery (Rugs by Contemporary Artists) - Date to be Fixed: Oct.-Nov., Pine Room - 2 Weeks, 1954
67 8 Cuban Exhibition (Oct. 5-18, 1954), 1954
67 9 Pietro Lazzari Exhibition, Agent-Dell Publishing Company (Oct. 5-19, 1954), 1954
67 10 Gerald V. Davis Exhibition (Oct. 19 - Nov. 1, 1954), 1954
67 11 Charles Cooper, Inc., Advertising Art (Oct. 26-30, 1954), 1954
67 12 "Bridges Are Beautiful," American Federation of Arts (Nov. 2-22, 1954), 1953-1954
67 13 Polish Architecture Exhibition (Nov. 3-9, 1954), 1954
67 14 Jean Nison Exhibition, Pine Room (Nov. 18 - Dec. 3, 1954), 1954
67 1955 Exhibitions,
67 15 Academy in Rome Exhibit, 1955
67 16 American Institute of Architects Small House Exhibition, 1955
67 17 Burma Exhibition, 1955
67 18 Italian Exhibition, 1955
67 19 Mexican Exhibition, 1955-1956
67 20-21 "Light In Architecture" Lighting Exhibition (Jan. 17-29, 1955), 1954-1955
(2 folders)
67 22 Voorhees, Walker, Smith and Smith, Loyola Seminary Sculpture Exhibit (Feb. 10-24, [1955]), circa 1955
67 23 Jack Lenor Larsen Exhibition of Textiles and Furniture (Apr. 18-23, 1955), 1955
67 24 Ilonka Karasz Screens Exhibition (May 2-17, 1955), 1954
67 25 Moore and Company Marble Exhibition (Sept. 11-30, 1955), 1955
67 26 Murals Inc. Wall Coverings Exhibition, James Seeman (Oct. 1955), 1955
67 27 Container Corporation of America Exhibit, Color Harmony Manual, Mr. Walter Granville (Oct. 3-14, 1955), 1955
67 28 Mauretania Fabrics, Inc. Exhibition, Margit Pinter (Oct. 10-21, 1955), 1955
67 29 Biow-Beirn-Toigo Exhibit (Oct. 13-19, 1955), 1955
67 30 Charles Cooper, Inc. Exhibition - Advertising Art (Oct. 24-28, 1955), 1955
67 31 Donelda Fazakas Exhibit and Cocktail Party (Oct. 24-29, 1955), 1955
67 32 Photo Engravers Exhibit (Nov. 6-19, 1955), 1955
67 33 Mrs. Joseph Judge Exhibition and Tea (Dec. 1955), 1955
67 1956 Exhibitions,
67 34 Architectural Drawings Exhibited in London Embassy Competition, 1956
67 35 "Architectural School Work in the United States," List of Exhibitors, 1956
67 36 Jeremiah Goodman Sculpture Exhibit, Pine Room, 1956
67 37 Members' Work Summer and Early Fall Exhibition, 1956-1957
67 38 National Society of Mural Painters Exhibit (Jan. 10-20, 1956), 1956
67 39 Exhibit and Talk on Fabrics by Derek Lee (Jan. 23-28, 1956), 1955-1956
67 40 Peter Cohen Mural Exhibit (Feb. 20 - Mar. 4, 1956), 1955-1956
67 41 Asher Etkes Exhibit (Apr. 2-14, 1956), 1956
67 42 Christopher Scadron Stained Glass Exhibition, Pine Room (Apr. 16 - May 16, 1956), 1955-1956
67 43 Fuller, Smith and Ross, Inc. Ceramic Exhibit (May 26 - June 1, 1956), 1956
67 44 Irene Hamar Sculpture Exhibition, Pine Room (May 28 - June 8, 1956), 1956
67 45 Belgium Exhibition (June 1-8, 1956), 1955-1957
67 46 Stewart Harwood Sculpture Exhibit, John Heller (June 9-22, 1956), 1956
67 47 Sculptors Guild Annual Exhibition (Oct. 2-18, 1956), 1956
67 48 Walter Hood, Abbey Memorial Scholarship Exhibit (Oct. 20 - Nov. 2, 1956), 1956
67 49 Charles E. Cooper, Inc. Exhibition (Oct. 22-26, 1956), 1956
67 50 Enrique Monjo Exhibition (Nov. 1956), 1955-1956
67 51 Vitricon, Inc. Exhibit, Asher Etkes, Agent (Nov. 26 - Dec. 7, 1956), 1956
67 52 Dan Cooper Exhibit (Dec. 7-21, 1956), 1956
67 1957 Exhibitions,
67 53 Mrs. Talbot Hamlin Exhibition, 1957
67 54 George Cooper Rudolph Exhibition, 1957
67 55 "Sweden: The People and the Country," The American-Swedish News Exchange (Feb. 13 - Mar. 1, 1957), 1957
67 56 American Institute of Architects, Washington Centennial Exhibition 1857-1957 (Feb. 15 - Mar. 1, 1957), 1957
67 57 The Society of American Graphic Artists 41st Annual Exhibition (Mar. 2-22, 1957), 1955-1957
67 58 Parsons School of Design Exhibit (Mar. 9-15, 1957), 1957
67 59 Mauratania Fabrics Exhibit, Mrs. Pinter (Mar. 30 - Apr. 13, 1957), 1957
67 60 Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Exhibition (Apr. 1-13, 1957), 1956-1957
67 61-63 75th League Anniversary Exhibition (Apr. 23 - May 16, 1957), 1956-1957
(3 folders)
67 64 Pratt Institute Department of Illustration (May 1957), 1957
67 65 National Sculpture Society Exhibition (May 20 - June 1, 1957), 1957
67 66 Pepsi Cola - Kenyon and Eckhardt Exhibit, Gallery "A" - Closed (June 5-7, 1957), 1957
67 67 A. Carl Stelling Exhibition (Sept. 16-27, 1957), 1957
67 68 Charles Cooper Exhibition, Gallery "A" (Oct. 7-11, 1957), 1957
67 69 Fureya Exhibition, Tile-Paintings-Gouaches (Oct. 14-25, 1957), 1957
67 70 Eggers and Higgins Exhibit, 50 Years of Mr. Otto Eggers Work (Oct. 14-26, 1957), 1957
67 71 Elemer Polony Exhibit, Mural Painting (Nov. 2-8, 1957), 1957
67 72 Strathmore Paper Company Exhibit (Nov. 18-23, 1957), 1957
67 1958 Exhibitions,
67 73 George Cooper Rudolph Rendering Exhibition, 1958
67 74 Puerto Rican Exhibit, 1958
67 75 William Marshall Ltd., 1958
67 76 State Registration Exam Drawings (Jan. 6-11, 1958), 1957
67 77 Formica Exhibition, Lerrick and Co. (Feb. 10-14, 1958), 1958
67 78 Young Architects' Work in Large Offices Exhibition (Feb. 17-25, 1958), 1957
67 79 "The Negro in American Architecture" (Apr. 21 - May 2, 1958), 1958
67 80 Edwin Austin Abbey Scholarship, Thomas H. Dahill, Jr. Exhibit (May 3-16, 1958), 1958
67 81 National Sculpture Society Exhibition (May 12-23, 1958), 1958
67 82 Harry S. Outwaite Paintings Exhibit (May 17-23, 1958), 1958
67 83 Mutschler Brothers Co. Paul McCobb Exhibit (May 24 - June 6, 1958), 1958
Box Folder
68 1958 Exhibitions,
68 1 Lithographers National Association Inc. Exhibit (June 9-13, 1958) and Cocktail Party (June 10, 1958), 1957-1958
68 2 "Street Furniture" Exhibition, Correspondence (Sept. 1958), 1958
68 3 National Cartoonist Society Exhibit (Fall 1958), 1958
68 4 The Brewer-Titchener Corp. Exhibit (Oct. 6-25, 1958), 1958
68 5 Leo Lentelli Exhibition, Correspondence (Nov. 17-22, 1958), 1958
68 6 Vincent Cavallaro Sculpture Exhibit (Nov. 17-22, 1958), 1958
68 7 Techni-craft (Mr. Karp) Exhibition, Pine Room (Nov. 22-28, 1958), 1958
68 8 National Society of Interior Designers Exhibit (Nov. 24-29, 1958), 1958
68 1959 Exhibitions,
68 9 Ceiling Exhibition, 1959
68 10 Art Directors Club of New York, 38th Annual Exhibition (Jan. 4-10, 1959), 1958
68 11 Rineglas, Inc. Exhibit, Pine Room (Jan. 21 -Feb. 4, 1959), circa 1959
68 12 Henry Hering Competition Exhibition, National Sculpture Society, J. Kiselewski, Pine Room (Feb. 9-21, 1959), 1958-1959
68 13 Kagan-Dreyfuss Inc. Exhibit, Pine Room (Feb. 23-28, 1959), 1958
68 14 Emanuel Romand Mural Exhibition (Mar. 14-27, 1959), 1958
68 15 Paul McCobb, Mr. Martin - Blue Ridge Glass Exhibit, Gallery "A" (Mar. 30 - Apr. 3, 1959), 1959
68 16 Bogdan Grom Exhibition, Pine Room (Apr. 6-10, 1959), 1959
68 17-18 Younger Architects Exhibition (June 1959), 1958-1959
(2 folders)
68 19 Paul McCobb Associates, American-Saint Gobain Co. Exhibit (Sept. 28 - Oct. 6, 1959), 1959
68 20 Chase Brass and Copper Co. Exhibit, Gallery "A" (Oct. 12-17, 1959), 1959
68 21 Charles E. Cooper, Inc. Exhibit (Oct. 19-23, 1959), 1959
68 22 Mauretania, Inc. Exhibit, Mrs. Pinter (Oct. 26-31, 1959), 1959
68 23 Robert Pinart Exhibition, Pine Room (Dec. 14, 1959 - Jan. 1, 1960), 1959
68 1960 Exhibitions,
68 24 Doris Hall Enamels Exhibition, 1960
68 25 Lincoln Center Exhibit, 1960
68 26 "The Concrete Shells of Felix Candela" Exhibition and Dinner (Feb. 23 - Mar. 10, 1960), 1960
68 27 Seymour Fogel Painting Exhibit (May 2-13, 1960), 1960
68 28 A.I.D. Interiors Exhibition, Martha Crawford (June 7, 1960), 1960-1961
68 29 Corning Glass Display (Wed., July 6, 1960), 1960
68 30 Barbara Blair Sculpture Exhibitions (Oct.1-14, 1960 and Nov. 28 - Dec. 9, 1960), 1960
68 31 Members' (Husbands and Wives) Work Exhibition (Nov. 3-16, 1960), 1960
68 32 Interior Trend Exhibition, Pine Room (Dec. 19-27, 1960), 1960-1961
68 1961 Exhibitions,
68 33 "Architecture of Sweden," Bonniers, Inc. Sponsor (Jan. 9-25, 1961), 1961
68 34 York Wholesalers Air Conditioners Exhibition (Jan. 30 - Feb. 3, 1961), 1961
68 35 Jean Sulberger Exhibition, Silk Screens (Feb. 6-10, 1961), 1961
68 36 Hanley Company Exhibition, Pine Room (March 6-31, 1961), 1961
68 37 American Society of Industrial Designers Meeting and Dinner (Mar. 29, 1961), 1961
68 38 Countess Zichy Exhibition, Paintings, Dining Room (Apr. 3-9, 1961), 1961
68 39 Richard Blow, Montici Murals Exhibition (Apr. 10-24, 1961), 1961
68 40 National Society of Mural Painters Exhibition (May 1-29, 1961), 1961
68 41 National Sculpture Society Exhibition, Gallery "A" (May 11-27, 1961), 1961
68 42 Alfred Auerbach Associates Exhibition (June 5-10, 1961), 1961
68 43 "On Campus: Recent Buildings" League Exhibition (Jan. 1963), 1962-1963
68 1965 Exhibitions,
68 44 Women's Architectural Auxiliary Exhibition, 1965
68 45 National Sculpture Society Exhibition, Moissaye Marans, Chairman (Jan. 22 - Feb. 12, 1965), 1965
68 46 13th Graphic Arts Etchings Show, Minor L. Bishop, Dining Room (Feb. 1965), 1965
68 47 "Fountains in Contemporary Architecture," Minor L. Bishop, Chairman (Feb. 15 - Mar. 12, 1965), 1964-1965
68 48 "Palaces of Industry" (to Travel), Minor L. Bishop, Chairman (circa Spring 1965), 1965
68 49 James Thomas Exhibition of Paintings (Apr. 5-19, 1965), 1965
68 50 Joe Bascom Paintings Exhibition (Apr. 26 - May 8, 1965), 1965
68 51 Artist-Craftsmen, "The Architect Chooses Art" (May 4-28, 1965), 1965
68 52 Robert Friedman Exhibition, Sculpture (May 10-21, 1965), 1965
68 53 "Murals in Architecture" Sponsored by the League (Sept. 1965), 1965
68 54 Norwegian Exhibitions, Gustave Vigeland (Oct. 4-15, 1965), 1965
68 1966 Exhibitions,
68 55 41 East 65th Street, Exhibit Expenses, 1966
68 56 Abbey Fellowship Memorial Scholarship for Mural Painting, John Annus (Mar. 28 - Apr. 1, 1966), 1965-1966
68 57-58 "40 Under 40" (Apr. 26 - May 14, 1966), 1966
(2 folders)
68 59-62 "Environment I: Castro-Cid" (Dec. 19, 1966 - Jan. 12, 1967), 1966-1967
(4 folders)
68 1967 Exhibitions,
68 63 Expo 67 United States Pavilion, 1967
68 64 Lila Katzen Exhibition (New York University), circa 1967
68 65-67 "Environment II: USCO" (Jan. 19 - Feb. 15, 1967), 1967
(3 folders)
68 68-74 "Environment III: Slipcover" (Apr. 20 - May 22, 1967), 1967-1968
(7 folders)
68 75-79 "Environment IV: Corridors" (Sept. 14 - Oct. 6, 1967), 1967
(5 folders)
Box Folder
69 1967 Exhibitions,
69 1-2 "Environment IV: Corridors" (Sept. 14 - Oct. 6, 1967), 1967
(2 folders)
69 3-9 "The Architecture of Trees" (Oct. 16-27, 1967), 1967
(7 folders)
69 10-16 "Diamonds" (Nov. 3-24, 1967), 1967-1968
(7 folders)
69 17-23 "Environment V: Vibrations" (Dec. 14, 1967 - Jan. 11, 1968), 1967-1968
(7 folders, Oversized material housed in Box 111, Folder 1)
69 1968 Exhibitions,
69 24-29 "Urban Design: Manhattan," Regional Plan Association (Feb. 20 - Mar. 15, 1968), 1967-1968
(6 folders)
69 30-32 Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize Exhibition (Mar. 19 - Apr. 4, 1968), 1968
(3 folders)
69 33-39 "Environment VI: Light Floors" (Apr. 18 - May 11, 1968), 1967-1969
(7 folders)
69 40-47 "Subways" (May 23 - June 15, 1968), 1967-1969
(8 folders)
69 48-53 "James Lee Byars" (Sept. 12 - Oct. 4, 1968), 1968-1969
(6 folders)
Box Folder
70 1968 Exhibitions,
70 1-5 "James Lee Byars" (Sept. 12 - Oct. 4, 1968), 1968-1969
(5 folders)
70 6 "Members Show" (Oct. 17 - Nov. 6, 1968), 1968
70 7-9 "Murals in Architecture" (Nov. 21 - Dec. 20, 1968), 1968
(3 folders)
70 1969 Exhibitions,
70 10-12 "Dial-a-Poem," John Giorno (Jan. 6 - May 16, 1969), 1968-1969
(3 folders)
70 13-17 "Hyperspaces" (Feb. 7 - Mar. 6, 1969), 1968-1971
(5 folders)
70 18-21 "Leon Friend" (Apr. 17 - May 10, 1969), 1969
(4 folders)
70 22-24 "Urban Design in New York" (May 22 - June 27, 1969), 1968-1969
(3 folders)
70 25 "Bruce Goff Show," Arrangements (Jan. 15 - Feb. 5, 1970), 1969
Box Folder
111 1 "Environment V: Vibrations," Photographs (Dec. 14, 1967 - Jan. 11, 1968), 1967-1968
(Oversized material from Box 69, Folder 20)
Box
OV 118 A.I.D. Exhibition, Blueprint (Feb. 1936), 1936
(Oversized material from Box 63, Folder 44)
OV 118 Blueprints, "Architecture Around San Francisco Bay" Exhibition, Miscellaneous Correspondence (Mar. 29 - Apr. 18, 1941), 1941
(Oversized materials from Box 64, Folder 22)
OV 118 New Members Show, Blueprints, 1944
(Oversized material from Box 64, Folder 39)

5.3: Annual Exhibitions and Catalogs, 1887, 1901, 1915-1955

Found here are exhibition catalogs (yearbooks), correspondence, advertising records, contracts, and other documents created in the production of Annual Exhibition catalogs. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
70 26 3rd Annual Exhibition Catalog, 1887
70 27 16th Annual Exhibition Catalog, 1901
70 28 30th Annual Exhibition Yearbook and Catalog, 1915
70 29 33rd Annual Exhibition, Index of Exhibits, 1918
70 30 33rd Annual Exhibition Yearbook and Catalog, 1918
70 31 36th Annual Exhibition Yearbook and Catalog, 1921
70 32 41st Annual Exhibition Yearbook and Catalog, 1926
70 33 42nd Annual Exhibition, Committee on Sculpture, Chester Beach, Chairman, 1926
Box Folder
71 1 51st Annual Exhibition, Medals of Honor, List of Awards (1936-1937), 1937
71 2 52nd Annual Exhibition (Apr. 15 - May 14, 1938), 1938
71 3 53rd Annual Exhibition, 1937-1940
71 4 1925 Catalog, Miscellaneous, 1925
71 5 1925 Catalog, Receipts for Photographs Returned to Advertisers, 40th Exhibition, 1925
71 1925-1926 Catalog,
71 6 Advertisers Accounts, 1925-1926
71 7 Advertisers Correspondence, 1925-1926
71 8 Advertisers Letter #1-5, 1925-1926
71 9 Advertisers Off List, 1925
71 10 Advertising Contracts, 1925-1926
71 11 Certificates of Copyright, 1925-1926
71 12 Complaints and Non-Delivery, Errors, Etc., 1925-1926
71 13-14 Correspondence, 1925-1926
(2 folders)
71 15 Craske-Felt Co., 1925
71 16 Information, 1925-1926
71 17 Kalkhoff Company, 1925-1927
71 18 List of Advertisers for Catalog (1923-1926), 1926
71 19 Meetings Notices, 1925-1926
71 20-21 Miscellaneous, 1925-1926
(2 folders)
71 22 Photographs for Catalog, 1925-1926
71 23 Photographs Received for Illustrations, 1926
71 24 Press, circa 1926
71 25 Receipts, 1925-1926
71 26 Receipts for Cuts - Advertisers, 1926
71 1926 Catalog,
71 27 Advertisers In Abeyance, 1925-1926
71 28-40 Catalog Contracts, A-Z, 1925-1926
(13 folders)
Box Folder
72 1926 Catalog,
72 1-12 Catalog Contracts, A-Z, 1925-1926
(12 folders)
72 13 Insurance Register, 1926
72 14 Kalkhoff Company [Printers], 1925-1926
72 15 Miscellaneous, 1926
72 16 Photograph Credit, 1926-1927
72 1926-1927 Catalog,
72 17 Advertisers, 1926-1927
72 18 Bills of Advertisements Corrected Information, 1926-1927
72 19 Catalog Orders to April, 1926-1927
72 20 Certificate of Copyright, 1927
72 21 Changes of Addresses - Advertisers, Etc., 1925-1926
72 22 Contracts, circa 1926
72 23 Cuts, 1927
72 24 Illustration Submissions, Raymond M. Hood, Chairman, 1926
72 25 Illustrations for Catalog, 1926-1927
72 26 Information, 1926-1927
72 27 Letter to Advertisers, 1926-1927
72 28 List of Contracts (1924-1926), 1926-1927
72 29 Meetings Notices, 1926-1927
72 30 Receipts for Cuts, 1927
72 31 Receipts for Photographs, Etc., 1927
72 32 Requests for Catalogs, 1926-1927
72 33 Requests for Contract Blanks, 1926
72 34 Special Articles for Catalog, 1926-1927
72 1927 Catalog,
72 35 Advertisers, 1926
72 36 Advertisers, No Follows, 1926
72 37 Advertisers, No Follows [Regrets], 1926-1927
72 38 Kalkhoff Company [Printers], 1926-1927
72 39 Miscellaneous, 1926
Box Folder
73 1 1927 Catalog, Requests for Photos, 1927
73 1928-1929 Catalog,
73 2 Advertisers, 1929
73 3-28 Miscellaneous Correspondence on Contracts, A-Z, 1928-1929
(26 folders)
73 29 No Follows, 1929
73 1929 Catalog,
73 30-31 Correspondence Re: Contracts, 1928-1929
(2 folders)
73 32 Kalkhoff Company Copy Sheets, 1929
73 33 Miscellaneous Contracts for Catalogs, circa 1929
73 34 1930 Catalog, Advertisers, Correspondence, 1929-1930
73 35 [1930] Catalog, Signature Ads, circa 1930
(Oversized materials housed in Box 111, Folder 2)
73 36 [1930, 1931] Catalog, Advertisers, 1930
73 37 1930-1931 Catalog, Advertisers, 1931
73 38-42 1931 Catalog, Catalog Contracts, A-Y, 1930-1931
(5 folders)
Box Folder
74 1931 Catalog,
74 1-19 Catalog Contracts, A-Y, 1930-1931
(19 folders)
74 20 Contracts Correspondence, 1931
74 21 Record of Advertisement, 1931
74 22 [1931 Catalog?], Signature Ads, circa 1931
(Oversized material housed in Box 111, Folder 3)
74 23 1940 Catalog, Correspondence, 1940
74 24 American Fine Arts Society Leases, 1921, 1923
74 25 Circulars, 1931-1944
74 26 Circulars, Yearbook, 1945
74 27-30 Correspondence, 1926-1949
(4 folders)
74 31 Inventory of Yearbooks, 1927
74 32 Printed Materials, circa 1920s-1930s
74 33-38 Requests for Catalogs, 1925-1927, 1946, 1955
(6 folders)
74 39 Secretary 1941-1942, Yearbook (Requests for) - Also Complimentary Copies Sent, 1942
74 40 Yearbook, 1944-1946
74 41 Yearbook, Notes, circa 1941
Box Folder
111 2 [1930] Catalog, Signature Ads, circa 1930
(Oversized materials from Box 73, Folder 35)
111 3 [1931 Catalog?], Signature Ads, circa 1931
(Oversized material from Box 74, Folder 22)

5.4: National Gold Medal Exhibitions, 1930s, 1949-1965

National Gold Medal Exhibitions includes applications, circulars, correspondence, publicity files, and records related to organizing dinners, jury selection, preliminary exhibitions, and final exhibitions. Related materials can be found in Functions and Events series. Folders are arranged chronologically by exhibition year, then alphabetically.

Box Folder
74 42 1950 Medal of Honor Winners, 1950
74 1950 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
74 43 Circular of Information, 1949-1950
74 44 Circulars and Memoranda, 1930s, 1949-1950
74 45 Circulars Requested, 1949-1950
74 46 Citations, 1950-1952
74 47 Design and Craftsmanship, 1949-1950
74 48 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, 1949-1950
74 49 Final #1 of 3, Citations and Speech of C.B. Price, circa 1949-1950
74 50 Final #2 of 3, 1949-1950
Box Folder
75 1950 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
75 1 Landscape Architects, 1949-1950
75 2 Landscape Architecture, 1949-1950
75 3 List of Gold Medal Payments for Fee, 1949
75 4 Major Architectural Works, 1949-1950
75 5 Major and Minor Architectural Works, 1949-1950
75 6 Major and Minor Architectural Works Accepted, 1949-1950
75 7 Major and Minor Architectural Works Rejected, 1949
75 8 Minor Architectural Works, 1949-1950
75 9 Mural Painting, 1949-1950
75 10 Mural Painting, Chairman, B.L. Smith, 1949-1950
75 11 Mural Painting, Reception (Jan. 10, 1950), circa 1949-1950
75 12 Reception, 1st Section of Architecture (Feb. 2, 1950), 1950
75 13-14 Sculpture, 1949-1950
(2 folders)
75 15 1950 National Gold Medal Exhibition Committee, 1949-1950
75 16 1950 National Gold Medal Exhibition Committee Meetings (Benjamin Lane Smith, Chairman), 1949- 1950
75 1951 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
75 17 Architectural Works, Correspondence (Jan. 15 - Feb. 9, 1951), 1951
75 18 Architectural Works, Jury, 1951
75 19 Architectural Works, Preliminary Submissions, 1950-1951
75 20 Architectural Works, Publicity, 1951
75 21 Architectural Works, Submissions Accepted, 1950-1951
75 22 Architectural Works, Submissions Returned, 1950
75 23 Bookkeeping Correspondence, 1950-1951
75 24 Citations and Awards, 1951
75 25 Correspondence and Requests for Circular of Information, 1950-1951
75 26 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Correspondence (Feb. 12 - Mar. 9, 1951), 1951
75 27 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Jury, 1951
75 28 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Preliminary Submissions, 1950
75 29 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Publicity, 1951
75 30 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Submissions Accepted, 1951
75 31 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Submissions Returned, 1951
75 32 Exhibition Data, 1950-1951
75 33 Final, Correspondence, 1951
75 34 Final Gold Medal, circa 1951
75 35 Landscape Architecture, Correspondence (Apr. 9-27, 1951), 1951
75 36 Landscape Architecture, Dinner (Apr. 12, 1951), 1951
75 37 Landscape Architecture, Jury, 1950
75 38 Landscape Architecture, Preliminary Submissions, circa 1950-1951
75 39 Landscape Architecture, Publicity, circa 1950-1951
75 40 Landscape Architecture, Submissions Accepted, circa 1950-1951
75 41 Landscape Architecture, Submissions Returned, circa 1950- 1951
75 42 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1950-1951
75 43 Mural Painting, Correspondence (Apr. 30 - May 25, 1951), 1951
75 44 Mural Painting, Jury, 1951-1952
75 45 [Mural] Painting, Submissions Accepted, circa 1950-1951
75 46 [Mural] Painting, Submissions Returned, circa 1950-1951
75 47 Publicity, 1950-1951
75 48 Sculpture, Correspondence (Mar. 12 - Apr. 6, 1951), 1950-1951
75 49 Sculpture, Jury, 1950-1951
75 50 Sculpture, Preliminary Submissions, 1950
75 51 Sculpture, Publicity, 1951
75 52 Sculpture, Submissions Accepted, circa 1950-1951
75 53 [1952] Gold Medal Catalog, Advertising Contracts, 1951-1952
75 1952 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
75 54 All Juries, 1951
75 55 Architectural Works, Acceptances, circa 1951-1952
75 56 Architectural Works, Rejections, circa 1951-1952
75 57 Architecture, circa 1951-1952
75 58 Architecture, Jury, 1951-1952
75 59 Architecture, Publicity, circa 1952
75 60-61 Circular of Information, 1951-1952
(2 folders)
75 62 Circular of Information Requests by Individuals, circa 1951-1952
75 63 Circular of Information Requests by Societies, 1951
75 64 Citations, 1952
75 65 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, #2, 1952
75 66 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Jury, 1951-1952
75 67 Engineering, Submissions, 1951-1952
75 68 Final Gold Medal Dinner (June 12, 1952), 1952
75 69 Final Gold Medal Exhibition, 1952
75 70 Invitation to Medallists Dinner in Painting (June 12, 1952), 1952
75 71 Invitation to Medallists Dinner in Sculpture (June 12, 1952), 1952
75 72 Jurors, 1951-1952
75 73 Landscape Architecture, Submissions, 1951-1952
Box Folder
76 1952 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
76 1 Mural Painting, Acceptances, circa 1951-1952
76 2 Mural Painting, Citations, 1952
76 3 Mural Painting, Correspondence re: Circular Distribution, 1952
76 4 Mural Painting, Juror's Correspondence, 1952
76 5 Mural Painting, Layouts for Exhibition, circa 1951
76 6 Mural Painting, Newspaper Clippings, 1952
76 7 Mural Painting, Press Release Dinner Invitation, 1952
76 8 [Mural Painting], Rejections, circa 1951-1952
76 9 Sculpture, circa 1951-1952
76 10 Sculpture, Accepted, 1951
76 11 Sculpture, Mailing List, 1951
76 12 [Sculpture], Publicity, 1951
76 13 Sculpture, Rejections, 1951
76 1953 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
76 14 Architecture, Acceptances, 1953
76 15 Architecture, Final, 1952-1953
76 16 Architecture, Jurors, 1952-1953
76 17 Architecture, Miscellaneous, circa 1953
76 18 Architecture, Publicity, circa 1952-1953
76 19 Architecture, Rejections, 1952-1953
76 20 Architecture, Submissions, 1952-1953
76 21 Architecture and Engineering, Preliminary Dinner (Feb. 5, 1953), circa 1953
76 22 Architecture and Engineering, Press Release, 1953
76 23 Circular Mailing List for Architecture, 1952
76 24 Circular Mailing List for Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Art, 1952
76 25 Circular Mailing List for Engineering, 1952
76 26 Circular Mailing List for Landscape Architecture, 1950-circa 1953
76 27 Circular of Information, Draft and Final Copy, 1952
76 28 Circular of Information, Miscellaneous, 1951-1952
76 29 Citations and Awards, 1953-1954
76 30 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, 1952-1953
76 31 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Acceptances, 1952-1953
76 32 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Final, 1952-1953
76 33 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Jurors, 1952-1953
76 34 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Publicity, circa 1952-1953
76 35 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Rejections, 1952
76 36 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Submissions, circa 1952-1953
76 37 Engineering, Acceptances, circa 1953
76 38 Engineering, Final, 1952-1953
76 39 Engineering, Jurors, 1952-1953
76 40 Engineering, Publicity, circa 1952-1953
76 41 Engineering, Rejections, 1952
76 42 Final Gold Medal, 1953
76 43 Gold Medal Dinner, circa 1953
76 44 Gold Medal Dinner for Mural Decoration, Sculpture, Design and Crafts (Dec. 4, 1952), 1952
76 45 Landscape Architecture, Acceptances, circa 1952-1953
76 46 Landscape Architecture, Jurors, 1952
76 47 Landscape Architecture, Miscellaneous, 1952-1953
76 48 Landscape Architecture, Publicity, circa 1952-1953
76 49 Landscape Architecture, Rejections, 1952-1953
76 50 Landscape Architecture, Submissions, circa 1952-1953
76 51 Mailing Lists, 1952
76 52 Mural Decoration, Final, 1952-1953
76 53 Mural Decoration, Jurors, 1952-1953
76 54 Mural Decoration, Mailing List, 1952
76 55 Mural Decoration, Miscellaneous, 1952
76 56 Mural Decoration, Publicity, 1952-1953
76 57 Mural Decoration, Rejections, 1952
76 58 Mural Decoration, Submissions, circa 1952-1953
76 59 Publicity, 1952
76 60 Sculpture, 1952
76 61 Sculpture, Acceptances, 1952
76 62 Sculpture, Final, circa 1952-1953
76 63 Sculpture, Jurors, 1952-1953
76 64 Sculpture, Mailing List for Circulars of Information, circa 1951- 1952
76 65 Sculpture, Publicity, circa 1952
76 66 Sculpture, Rejections, circa 1952-1953
76 67 1953 National Gold Medal Exhibition, Sculpture, Submissions, circa 1952-1953
76 1954 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
76 68 Architecture, circa 1953-1954
76 69 Architecture, Jury, 1953-1954
76 70 Circular of Information, 1953-1954
76 71 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, 1953-1955
76 72 Engineering, circa 1953-1954
76 73 Gold Medal Citations, 1954-1955
76 74 Landscape Architecture, circa 1953-1954
76 75 Mailing List, 1953
76 76-77 Miscellaneous, 1953-1955
(2 folders)
76 78 Mural Decoration, 1953-1954
Box Folder
77 1954 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
77 1 Reviews of Exhibition, 1953-1954
77 2 Sculpture, 1952-1954
77 3 Sculpture, Jury, 1953-1954
77 4 (1954-1955) Miscellaneous Gold Medal Material, 1938, 1951-1956
77 1955 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
77 5 Architecture, Acceptances, 1955
77 6 Architecture, Entries, circa 1954-1955
77 7 Architecture, Jury, 1954-1955
77 8 Architecture, Miscellaneous, circa 1954-1955
77 9 Circular of Information, Prices and Quotations, 1954-1955
77 10 Correspondence re: Eleanor LeMaire, 1955
77 11 Design and Crafts, 1953-1955
77 12 Design and Crafts, Acceptances, circa 1955
77 13 Design and Crafts, Entries, circa 1954-1955
77 14 Design and Crafts, Jury, 1954
77 15 Dinner Program and List of Exhibitors, 1955
77 16 Engineering, Acceptances, 1955
77 17 Engineering, Entries, circa 1954-1955
77 18 Engineering, Jury, 1954
77 19 Engineering, Miscellaneous, circa 1954-1955
77 20 Gold and Silver Medals, 1955
77 21 Gold Medal Dinner, circa 1955
77 22 Gold Medal Request, circa 1954-1955
77 23 Landscape Architecture, circa 1954-1955
77 24 Landscape Architecture, Acceptances, circa 1954-1955
77 25 Landscape Architecture, Entries, circa 1954-1955
77 26 Landscape Architecture, Jury, circa 1954-1955
77 27 List of Exhibitors, circa 1954-1955
77 28 Mailing List, circa 1954
77 29-32 Miscellaneous, 1954-1955
(4 folders)
77 33 Mural Decoration, 1953-1955
77 34 Mural Decoration, Acceptances, 1955
77 35 Mural Decoration, Entries, circa 1954-1955
77 36 Mural Decoration, Jury, 1954-1955
77 37 Mural List, 1954-1955
77 38 Prices on Printing for Same, 1954
77 39 Publicity Releases, 1955
77 40 Sculpture, 1954-1955
77 41 Sculpture, Entries, circa 1954-1955
77 42 Sculpture, Jury, circa 1954-1955
77 43 Telegrams Sent to Winners, 1955
77 1956 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
77 44 Architecture, circa 1955-1956
77 45 Architecture, Acceptances, 1956
77 46 Architecture, Correspondence, 1955-1956
77 47 Architecture, Entry Slips, circa 1955-1956
77 48 Architecture, Rejects, 1956
77 49 Circular of Information Data, 1955-1957
77 50 Citations, 1956
77 51 Decoration for Gold Medal Exhibition, 1956
77 52 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, circa 1955-1956
77 53 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Acceptances and Rejects, circa 1955-1956
77 54 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Correspondence, circa 1955-1956
77 55 Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts, Rejects, 1956
77 56 Engineering, Acceptances, circa 1956
77 57 Engineering, Rejects, 1955-1956
Box Folder
78 1956 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
78 1 Expenses, 1955-1956
78 2 Gold Medal Committee Chairman Walker O. Cain, 1956
78 3 Gold Medal Dinner and Program, circa 1956
78 4 Juries, circa 1955-1956
78 5 Landscape Architecture, 1955
78 6 Landscape Architecture, Correspondence, circa 1955-1956
78 7 Landscape Architecture, Rejects, circa 1955-1956
78 8 Mailing Lists, circa 1955-1956
78 9 Miscellaneous, 1955-1956
78 10 Mural Decoration, Acceptances, circa 1955-1956
78 11 Mural Decoration, Correspondence, 1956
78 12 Mural Decoration, Rejects, circa 1955-1956
78 13 Sculpture, 1956
78 14 Sculpture, Acceptances, circa 1955-1956
78 15 Sculpture, Correspondence, 1956-1957
78 16 Sculpture, Rejects, circa 1955-1956
78 17 1957 National Gold Medal Exhibition, Correspondence With League Vice Presidents re: 1957 Exhibition, circa 1956-1957
78 1958 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
78 18 Acceptance and Rejection Letters, 1958
78 19 Applications to Receive Circular, 1957-1958
78 20 Architecture, Acceptances, 1958
78 21 Architecture, Correspondence, 1958
78 22 Architecture, Jury, 1958
78 23 Architecture, Rejections, 1958
78 24 Architecture, Submission, 1957
78 25 Chairman, Maurice Gauthier, 1957
78 26 Circulars and Programs, 1956, 1958
78 27 Citations, 1958
(Oversized materials housed in Box 111, Folder 4)
78 28 Correspondence, 1957
78 29 Design and Crafts, Acceptances, 1958
78 30 Design and Crafts, Correspondence, 1958
78 31 Design and Crafts, Jury, 1958
78 32 Design and Crafts, Rejections, 1958
78 33 Engineering, Acceptances and Rejections, 1958
78 34 Engineering, Correspondence, 1957-1958
78 35 Engineering, Jury Selection, 1957
78 36 Landscape Architecture, Acceptances, 1958
78 37 Landscape Architecture, Jury of Selection, 1958
78 38 Landscape Architecture, Rejections, 1958
78 39 Mural Painting, Acceptances, 1958
78 40 Mural Painting, Correspondence, 1958
78 41 Mural Painting, Jury of Selection, 1956-1958
78 42 Mural Painting, Rejections, 1958
78 43 Sculpture, Acceptances, circa 1957-1958
78 44 Sculpture, Correspondence, 1957-1958
78 45 Sculpture, Jury Selection, 1957
78 46 Sculpture, Rejects, circa 1957-1958
78 47 1959 National Gold Medal Exhibition, List of Organizations to be Invited to Submit to the 1959 Gold Medal Show, 1955-1958
78 1960 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
78 48 "Achievement in the Building Arts," 1959
78 49 Acknowledgements of Entry Fees for the Exhibition Entries, 1959-1960
78 50 Applications for Circulars, 1959-1960
78 51 Circular of Information, 1959-1960
78 52-57 Exhibits #1-6, 1959-1960
(6 folders)
78 58 Expenses, circa 1959-1960
78 59 General, 1959-1960
78 60 "Hotels and Motels" Correspondence, 1960
78 61 Letters of Rejection - Open Submission, 1959-1960
78 62 Postal Receipts for Photos, Open Submission, 1960
Box Folder
79 1960 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
79 1-9 Preliminary Exhibitions, 1959-1960
(9 folders)
79 10 Subscriptions for Final Catalog, 1959-1960
79 11 Thank You Letter to All Jurors, 1960
79 1962 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
79 12-13 Acceptances, 1961-1962
(2 folders)
79 14 Circular of Information, 1961
79 15 Circular of Information, First Draft, 1960-1962
79 16 Letters of Rejection, 1962
79 17 Mural Painting, 1961
79 18 Negative of Collaboration Medal, 1962
(Oversized material housed in Box 111, Folder 5)
79 19 Requests for Circulars of Information, 1961
79 1962 National Gold Medal Exhibition Committee,
79 20 Architecture, 1961
79 21 Engineering, Joel D. Marder, 1961
79 22 Landscape Architecture, Richard G. Guthridge, 1961
79 23 Sculpture, Quen Lux, 1961
79 1965 National Gold Medal Exhibition,
79 24 Acceptances, 1965
79 25 Catalog, 1965
79 26 Correspondence, 1964-1965
79 27 Correspondence, Chairman, Paul F. Damas, 1965
79 28 Entry Slip, circa 1964
79 29-30 Expenses, 1962, 1965
(2 folders)
79 31 Invitation to Exhibit, 1965
79 32 Mailing List, 1961-1965
79 33 Paid Bills, circa 1965
79 34 Rejections, 1965-1966
79 35 Sculpture, R. Crombach, 1965
79 36-37 Awards and Honorable Mentions, 1954-1958
(2 folders)
79 38 Circular of Information Mailing List, 1950-1951
79 39-40 Circulars of Information, 1949-1960s
(2 folders)
79 41 Circulars of Information and Lists, circa 1950s
79 42 Citation Proofs, circa 1952-1955
79 43 Collaborative Medal Competition, 1959
Box Folder
80 1-2 Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1951-1953
(2 folders)
80 3 Deposit Slips, circa 1962
80 4 Exhibition Costs: Catalog Costs, Income, Etc., 1959-1962
80 5 Exhibition Expenses, 1953-1956
80 6 Expenses, 1960-1962
80 7 Gold Medal Applicants, 1953-1956
80 8 Gold Medal Awards Catalog (1950-1952), 1952
80 9 Gold Medal Catalog, 1952-1953
80 10 Gold Medal Catalog Committee, 1951-1953
80 11 Gold Medal Catalog Committee Members, 1951
80 12 Gold Medal Catalog Deposit Slips, 1965
80 13 Gold Medal Catalog Deposits, 1952-1953
80 14 Gold Medal Catalog Exhibition Fund, Special No. 5 [Bank Book], 1952-1953
80 15 Gold Medal Catalog and Financial Records, 1951-1962
80 16 Gold Medal Catalog, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1952
80 17-19 Gold Medal Committee, 1951-1955, 1963
(3 folders)
80 20 Gold Medal Committee, Catalog, 1953
80 21 Gold Medal Committee, Notices of Meetings, 1951
80 22 Gold Medal Exhibition, 1950s-1960
80 23 Gold Medal Fees, 1961-1965
80 24 Gold Medal Ledger (1953-1954) and Howard Myers Award, 1952-1956
80 25 Gold Medal Ledger (1955-1956) and Birch Burdette Long Memorial Prize (1956), 1955-1958
80 26 Letter to Mr. Butt From Mr. Price, 1952
80 27 Medal of Honor Competition Announcement, 1959
80 28 Medallic Art Gold Medal, 1952
80 29 Minutes of Gold Medal Exhibition Meetings, 1961-1962
80 30-34 Miscellaneous, 1950s, 1962-1965
(5 folders)
80 35 Miscellaneous and Correspondence, circa 1951-1953
80 36 Miscellaneous Expenses Acct., R. Stern, 1965
80 37 Portfolio of the Work of Members of the National Society of Mural Painters, 1952-1953
80 38 Proposed National Gold Medal Exhibition, 1960-1965
80 39 Publicity, 1954
80 40 Requests for Circulars of Information, 1962-1965
80 41 Warren Displays, Inc., 1959-1960
Box Folder
111 4 1958 National Gold Medal Exhibition, Citations, 1958
(Oversized materials from Box 78, Folder 27)
111 5 1962 National Gold Medal Exhibition, Negative of Collaboration Medal, 1962
(Oversized material from Box 79, Folder 18)

5.5: 1939 World's Fair, 1935-1939

1939 World's Fair subseries documents the League's involvement in organizing the New York World's Fair in 1939. Found is correspondence; brochures and other printed materials; questionnaires to architects for awarding commissions; and records of the collaborative council. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
81 1 Agenda for Collaborative Council Meeting (Aug. 18, 1937), 1937
81 2 Artists Coordination Committee, 1936-1937
81 3 Board of Design Chairman, Stephen F. Voorhees, 1936-1937
81 4 Bulletins, 1936
81 5 Clippings, 1936-1937
81 6 Collaborative Council After Jan. 31, 1936, 1936
81 Collaborative Council,
81 7 Booklets Returned From World's Fair Office, 1937-1939
81 8 Chairman, A.F. Brinckerhoff, 1937
81 9 Chairman of Council, 1936-1938
81 10 Circulars, 1936-1938
81 11 Consultants re: Painters, Sculptors - Endorsements, 1936
81 12 Disbanding of Council - Also Final Report and Notice to Members of the Council, 1938
81 13 Executive Committee, 1936-1937
81 14 Extra Lists of Professional Societies and Their Representatives, 1936-1937
81 15 Fees for Temporary Expenses, Mailings, Etc., 1936
81 16 General Correspondence, 1936
81 17 List of Council Members and Executive Committee Members, 1935-1937
81 18 Minutes (Revised), 1937
81 19-20 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1933-1938
(2 folders)
81 21 Notices of Meetings and Acknowledgements, 1936-1937
81 22 Questionnaires Sent to Board of Design (List and Correspondence With the Board), 1936-1937
81 23 Receipts for Books Sent to Board of Design From N.S.S., M.P., A.I.D. and Others, 1936-1938
81 24 Collaborative Council, Leon V. Solon, 1936
81 25 Committee on Code and By-Laws, 1936-1937
81 26 Committee Meetings, 1936-1937
81 27 Correspondence With Fair Office re: "Competition Drawings" and Model for Fair, 1936- 1937
81 28 Correspondence With George McAneny, 1935-1936
81 29 Correspondence With Percy S. Straus, 1936
81 30 Correspondence With Grover Whalen, New York World's Fair President, 1936
81 31 The Decorators Club, 1936
81 32 Delegates (Letters re:), 1937
81 33 Designer-Craftsmen, 1936-1937
81 34 Duplicate Lists and Questionnaires from Coordination Committee, 1936
81 35 Invitations to Attend Dinners, Etc., 1936
81 36 J. Scott Williams' Memo re: Collaborative Council Meeting (Oct. 1937), 1937
81 37 Meetings (Joint and Others), 1936-1937
81 38 Memos, 1936-1937
81 39 Memos, Ernest Peixotto, 1936
81 40 Metropolitan Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers Yearbook, 1936
81 41 Minutes and Correspondence re: Meetings Held at NY World's Fair Office, 1937
81 42 Minutes of Meetings, Collaborative Council of Architectural League, 1936-1938
81 43 Miscellaneous, 1936-1937
81 National Sculpture Society 1936-1937,
81 44 Circulars, 1936
81 45 Inquiries (Misc. for Members and Others), 1936-1937
81 46 Questionnaires, circa 1936
81 47 National Society of Mural Painters 1936-1937, Michael Hare, 1936
81 48 National Society of Mural Painters 1936-1937, Inquiries re: Photos, Questionnaires, Etc., 1936
81 49 New York Building Congress, 1936
81 50 Professional Organization, 1935-1936
81 Questionnaire,
81 51 American Artists' Congress, Inc., 1936
81 52 American Society of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers, 1936
81 53 An American Group, Inc., 1936
81 54-56 Artist Union of New York, 1936
(3 folders)
81 57 National Society of Mural Painters, 1936
81 58 New York Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects, 1936
81 59 New York Society of Women Artists, 1936
Box Folder
82 1-2 Reports of Groups, 1936
(2 folders)
82 3 Scrapbook of Clippings, 1936-1937
82 4 Secretary 1938-1939, Inquiries, 1938-1939
82 5 Secretary 1939-1940, New York World's Fair, 1939
82 6 Secretary 1939-1940, Slobodkin Matter (Lincoln Statue at NY World's Fair), 1939
82 7 Statement of Policy, 1937
82 8 Suggestions by E.I. Williams and Presented to Com. Flanigan of the Fair, 1936-1937
82 9 To Be Filed [Correspondence and Notes], 1936-1937
82 10 World's Fair Bulletin, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-3, 1936
82 11 World's Fair Bulletin, Vol. 1, No. 8, 1937
82 12 World's Fair Letters, 1935-1936

5.6: Administrative and Miscellaneous, circa 1927, 1938-1972

Found are primarily administrative records such as announcements, correspondence, gallery layouts, press releases, printed materials, schedules and other documents related to organizing exhibitions at the League.

Upon processing, most folders were collated in boxes together; however, some folders were pulled from other series and integrated into this subseries. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
82 13 Airports Show, Tentative - January Date, 1954
82 14 American Art Annual (Vol. 35), Data for This Edition, Exhibition Info, 1941
82 15-17 Announcements, 1951, 1958-1966
(3 folders)
82 18-19 Circulars, 1940-1960s
(2 folders)
82 20 Circulating Exhibitions, 1951
82 21 Circulation Possibilities, 1968-1969
82 22 Citation Paper for Awards, 1955
82 23 Claims for Lost Items, 1965
82 24 Contract Forms and Information, circa 1969
82 25-28 Correspondence, 1946-1950, 1956, 1965-1966
(4 folders)
82 Correspondence,
82 29 A-Z Miscellaneous, 1951-1952
82 30 Baker, Douglas, 1956-1957
82 31 Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, 1951
82 32 Compo Photocolor, 1959
82 33 "Design Problems of the Examinations for Licenses to Practice Architecture," 1948
82 34 Don Hatch Exhibition, 1957
82 35 Edward D. Stone re: Exhibition, 1957
82 36 Exchange Exhibit (Belgian), 1955-1956
82 37 Follow-up, Etc., 1947
82 38 Frenkel, Rudolf, 1950
82 39 John Bolles Gallery (League Member, Opened in 1961), 1961
82 40 Kenzo Tange Exhibit, 1965
82 41 Litho Studio Inc., re: 75th Anniversary Exhibition Brochure, 1957
82 42 Magruder, Charles, 1949
82 43-44 Miscellaneous, 1953-1955
(2 folders)
82 45 National Institute for Architectural Education, 1957-1963
82 46 Pine Room Shows, 1965-1966
82 47 Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibitions, 1956-1957
82 48 Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibitions, "Contemporary Finnish Architecture," 1955-1956
82 49 Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibitions, "Danish Architecture", 1956-1957
82 50 The Society of American Graphic Artists, Mr. Lynn Ward, 1957
82 51 Current Work 1938-1939, Exhibition of Summer Sketches by Members of the League; Lists, Notices, Receipts, Etc., 1938-1939
82 Current Work 1939-1940,
82 52 Exhibitions in Gallery, 1940
82 53 Exhibitions in Grill Room, 1940
82 54 Exhibitions Scheduled, Data for List Requested, 1939-1940
82 55 Pamphlets, Exhibition Announcements, Etc., 1939-1940
82 Current Work 1940-1941,
82 56 Exhibition Schedules (for Current Work Committee), 1940-1941
82 57 Exhibitions in Grill Room, 1940-1941
82 58 Winston Churchill's Collection of Paintings, Etc., 1940-1941
82 59 Exhibit in Lobby - Letter to Members, 1957
82 60 Exhibition Contracts, 1956-1957
82 61 Exhibition Material (Completed), Mr. Cheek (Dec. 1947 - May 1948), 1947-1948
82 62-63 Exhibition Proposal, Petra Behrens, 1966-1968
(2 folders)
82 64 Exhibition Release Blanks (For Use of Gallery and Grill Room), circa 1940
82 65 Exhibition Releases (1950-1951), 1950
Box Folder
83 1 Exhibition Room Inquiries, 1946-1947
83 2 Exhibition Schedule, March and April, 1950
83 3 Exhibition Space Brochure, List of Potential Clients Furnished by Harold Bartos, 1959-1960
83 Exhibitions,
83 4 Complete, 1946-1947
83 5 Foreign Countries (Not Concluded), 1954-1955
83 6 (Information About), 1947-1948
83 7-12 Miscellaneous, 1944-1964
(6 folders)
83 13 Previous, 1950
83 14 Schedule and Correspondence to Aug. 1, 1949, 1949
83 15 Exhibitions (1966-1967), 1966-1967
83 16 Exhibitions and Daily Schedule for League, 1950
83 17 Exhibitions in Grill Room and Gallery From Aug. 1939 - , Mr. Litcht, 1939-1940
83 18 Ferriss, Hugh - Chairman, Clubhouse Exhibitions Committee (Requests for Exhibitions - Replies by the Chairman), 1940
83 19 Gallery Blueprints, circa 1927, 1957-1958
(Oversized material housed in OV 119)
83 20 Gallery Layout and Arrangements, circa 1969
83 21 Gallery Rental Contracts, 1955-1956
83 22 Gallery Rental Form, circa 1950s-1960s
83 23 Gallery Rentals, Pine Room, 1949-1950
83 24 Lobby and Dining Room Exhibitions, 1954
83 25 Lobby Exhibition, Frank Eliscu, 1958
83 26 Mailing Lists, General, circa 1967-1968
83 27 Notebook, circa 1949
83 28 Notes for Charles Magruder re: Exhibitions, Etc. and General Correspondence, 1947-1948
83 29 Photography Exhibitions, 1947
83 30 Printed Materials and Press Releases, 1965-1972
(2 folders, Oversized material housed in OV 119)
83 32 Printed Materials and Press Releases for League Environment Series, 1966-1968
(Oversized material housed in OV 119)
83 33-34 Printed Materials and Press Releases for League Events (Dec. 1966 - June 1968), 1966-1968
(2 folders)
83 35 Proposed Exhibitions, 1958-1959
83 36 Proposed Fabrics Show, 1954
83 37 Proposed New York Chapter of the A.I.D. (2 Weeks Beginning Apr. 6, 1955), 1954
83 38 Proposed Rendering Exhibition, 1954
83 39 Rates for Art Advertising, 1954
83 40 Releases Signed by Exhibitor, 1949
83 41 Rotating Exhibitions in League Lobby, 1953
83 42 [Scholarship] Committee Records, Exhibition Expenses, 1966-1967
83 43-44 [Scholarship] Committee Records, Proposed Exhibitions Correspondence and Tabulations of Expenses, 1966-1968
(2 folders)
83 45 Traveling Exhibitions, 1950
Box
OV 119 Gallery Blueprints, circa 1927, 1957-1958
(Oversized material from Box 83, Folder 19)
OV 119 Printed Materials and Press Releases, Signed Poster for "Environment III" by Les Levine (8/300), circa 1967
(Oversized material from Box 83, Folder 30)
OV 119 Printed Materials and Press Releases for League Environment Series, Signed Poster for "Environment III" by Les Levine (10/300), circa 1967
(Oversized material from Box 83, Folder 32)

Series 6: Functions and Events, 1909, 1931-1973
(Boxes 84-93, OV 120; 9.35 linear feet)

The Architectural League of New York held many functions and events throughout the years for League members, as well as providing rental space for other organizations' events. Found in this series are administrative files for managing such functions and the space in the League building.

The series is arranged as 3 subseries:

6.1: League-Sponsored Functions and Events, 1909, 1931-1973

The Architectural League of New York sponsored numerous events for League members in their facilities. Found in this subseries is correspondence, lists, printed materials, receipts, and other materials related to organizing League events. The bulk of the material is from the 1950s-1960s. Generally, folder titles were transcribed from the original folder titles; however, event dates and additional descriptive information may have been added if the processing archivist was able to determine correct information from the folder materials. Similar materials are found in the Current Work subseries and Exhibitions series.

Folders are arranged chronologically by year and event date; events in which the exact date is unknown are filed at the beginning of the year in which the event was most likely held.

Box Folder
84 1 Memorial Meeting in Honor of the Late Charles Follen McKim (Nov. 23, 1909), 1909
84 2-4 50th Anniversary Banquet (Apr. 24, 1931), 1931
(3 folders, Oversized material housed in OV 120)
84 1935 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 5 50th Annual Exhibition (1935), 1935
84 6 "The Fair of the Future" Proposal, 1935
84 7 Mr. Walker's Party (Voorhees, Gaelin $amp; Walker) (Sept. 23, 1938), 1938
84 8 Meeting in Tribute to Kenneth Murchison (Jan. 30, 1939), 1937-1939
84 1940 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 9 "Versus," circa 1940
84 10 Current Work 1940-1941, Circus Party (Nov. 19, 1940), 1940
84 1941 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 11 Panel Exhibit Cocktail Parties, 1941
84 12 McKim, Mead and White Alumni Dinner, Speakers and Guests (Feb. 20, 1941), 1941
84 13 Current Work 1940-1941, "Forty Architects Under Forty" Dinner Reservations (Mar. 6, 1941), 1941
84 14 Current Work 1940-1941, "Forty Architects Under Forty" Cocktail Party for Exhibitors (Mar. 25, 1941), 1941
84 15 Current Work 1940-1941, Sculpture Show Sponsored by the League, Dinner, Guests Invited (Apr. 24, 1941), 1941
84 16-17 Current Work 1940-1941, Francis H. Taylor Dinner (May 8, 1941), 1941
(2 folders)
84 18 Wild Boars Luncheon Meeting (Oct. 2, 1941), 1941
84 19 April Panel Cocktail Party (May 13, 1942), 1942
84 1943 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 20 Secretary 1942-1943, Annual Meeting and Dinner - List and Reservations (May 6, 1943), 1943-1944
84 21 Architect-Engineer Dinner (Nov. 4, 1943), 1943
84 22 League Annual Dinner (May 11, 1944), 1944
84 1945 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 23 Lydia Orme, Preparations for Dinner, 1945
84 24 League Annual Dinner (May 10, 1945), 1945
84 1946 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 25 Speakers Luncheon Group, 1946-1947
84 26 Cocktail Party (Apr. 2, 1946), 1946
84 27 "Design by Trade" Dinner (Apr. 18, 1946), 1946
84 28 League Annual Dinner (May 2, 1946), 1945-1946
84 29 "Arts on the Newstand" Dinner (May 23, 1946), 1946
84 30 Christmas Party (Dec. 20, 1946), 1946
84 1947 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 31 Basset Jones Dinner, circa 1947
84 32 Howard Greenley Dinner (Feb. 6, 1947), 1946-1947
84 33-34 League Annual Dinner Meeting and Inaugural Ball (May 8, 1947), 1947
(2 folders)
84 35-36 Antonin Raymond's Farm Party (June 7, 1947), 1947
(2 folders)
84 37 Cocktail Party (Oct. 2, 1947), 1947
84 38 Fall Outing, Robert Allan Jacob's Residence (Oct. 25, 1947), 1947
84 39 Christmas Party (Dec. 1947), 1947
84 1948 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 40 Magazine Luncheons (General Data), 1948-1950
84 41 Peter Freuchen Luncheon (Mar. 25, 1948), 1948
84 42 Costume Ball Committee (Apr. 2, 1948), 1948
84 43 Spring Ball (Apr. 2, 1948), 1948
84 44 League Annual Inaugural Dinner (May 13, 1948), 1945, 1948
84 45 "What Are the Forces Motivating Art in America Today" Proceedings (Dec. 16, 1948), 1948
84 1949 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 46 "Current Designs in European Furniture and Fabrics," Mary Roche, 1949-1950
84 47 "Women Who Live in Glass Houses" (Apr. 7, 1949), 1949
84 48 League Inaugural Dinner (May 5, 1949), 1949
84 49 Landscape Dinner (May 19, 1949), 1949
84 50 European Fabrics and Furniture Cocktail Party (May 25, 1949), 1949
84 51-52 Fall Outing, Philip Johnson's House (Oct. 22, 1949), 1949
(2 folders)
84 53 League Dinner (Dec. 8, 1949), 1949
84 54 Magazine Luncheon (Dec. 15, 1949), 1949
84 1950 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
84 55 Boat Ride, 1950
84 56 Clam Bakes, [Financials], 1950-1951
84 57 National Gold Medal Dinners, 1950-1951
84 58 "American Military Cemeteries" Dinner (Jan. 5, 1950), 1949-1950
84 59 "Three Innocents Abroad" Cocktails and Dinner (Jan. 26, 1950), 1950
84 60 Magazine Luncheon, "Magazine of Art," Dr. Goldwater (Feb. 9, 1950), 1950
84 61 National Gold Medal Dinner, "Major Architectural Works" (Feb. 23, 1950), 1950
84 62 [National Gold Medal Exhibition], Design and Craftsmanship in Native Industrial Arts Reception (Mar. 8, 1950), 1950
Box Folder
85 1950 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
85 1 Magazine Luncheon, "Parents Magazine," Maxine Livingston (Mar. 9, 1950), 1950
85 2 Edward Stone Collaborative Dinner and Cocktail Party (Mar. 16, 1950), 1950
85 3 National Gold Medal Sculpture Cocktail Party and Reception (Apr. 11, 1950), 1950
85 4 Sir Patrick Abercrombie Dinner at Columbia University (Apr. 12, 1950), 1950
85 5 Magazine Luncheon, "House Beautiful" (Apr. 20, 1950), 1950
85 6 National Gold Medal Exhibition Dinner #3 of 3 (June 1, 1950), 1950
85 7 Magazine Luncheon, "Living for Young Homemakers" (June 15, 1950), 1950
85 8 New Members Cocktail Party, Gallery "A" (Oct. 5, 1950, 5-7pm), 1950
85 9 Clam Bake (St. James, Long Island) (Oct. 14, 1950), 1950
85 10 Editorial Dinner Meeting, Gallery "A," Mr. Wright (Oct. 16, 1950), 1950
85 11 "Educational Trends in Architecture" Luncheon, Olindo Grossi - Speaker (Thurs., Oct. 19, 1950), 1950
85 12 "Educational Trends in Architecture" Luncheon (Columbia University), Gallery "A" (Nov. 2, 1950), 1950
85 13 Architectural League Bowling Team Dinner and Dance, Gallery "A" (Nov. 6, 1950), 1950
85 14 Italian Dinner, [Financials] (Nov. 9, 1950), 1950
85 15 Speaker's Class, Mrs. H.R. Sleeper, Pine Room (Cancelled Nov. 9, 1950), 1950
85 16-17 Barn Dance (Nov. 16, 1950), 1950
(2 folders)
85 18 "Educational Trends in Architecture" Luncheon (Cooper Union), Gallery "A" (Nov. 16, 1950), 1950
85 19 Dan Cooper Cocktail Party (Dec. 7, 1950), 1950
85 20 "Forum for Modern Living" Questionnaire (Dec. 13, 1950), 1950
85 21 Christmas Party (Dec. 21, 1950), 1950-1951
85 1951 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
85 22 Magazine Luncheons, 1951-1952
85 23-24 National Gold Medal Award Dinner, 1951
(2 folders)
85 25 National Gold Medal Dinners, Reports, Expenses, Etc., 1951-1953
85 26 National Gold Medal Mural Painters Dinner and Citations, 1951
85 27 "Educational Trends in Art" College Luncheons (After Jan. 1, 1951), 1950
85 28 "Educational Trends in Art" Luncheon (Princeton University) (Jan. 25, 1951), 1951
85 29 Blood Mobile Unit, Gallery "A" (Feb. 1, 1951, 11-4pm), 1951
85 30-31 Indian Evening and Dinner (Nepal Dinner), Dining Room (Feb. 8, 1951), 1951
(2 folders)
85 32 Haitian Dinner, [Financials] (Mar. 1, 1951), 1951
85 33 Educational Luncheon, Otto Teegan (Mar. 15, 1951), 1951
85 34 "A Permanent Medium for Outdoor Murals," Abraham Joel Tobias (Mar. 21, 1951), 1951
85 35 League Inaugural Dinner (Apr. 12, 1951), 1951
85 36-44 League Inaugural Dinner, Invitations (Apr. 12, 1951), 1951-1952
(9 folders)
85 45 League Inaugural Dinner, Ladies Committee (Apr. 12, 1951), 1951
85 46 League Inaugural Dinner, Miscellaneous (Apr. 12, 1951), circa 1951
85 47 Buffet Supper and Square Dance (Apr. 20, 1951), 1951
85 48-49 "An Evening in Beirut, Lebanon" (Apr. 26, 1951), 1951
(2 folders)
85 50 Architectural League Bowling Team Dinner, Mr. Cauldwell (Either Apr. 27 or May 4, 1951), 1951
85 51 Demonstration: "Sculpture," Alfred Van Loen, Spring 7-5985 (May 2, 1951), 1951
85 52 "Hewing the Nude" (May 2, 1951), 1951
85 53 National Gold Medal Mural Painters Dinner (May 3, 1951), 1951
85 54 Demonstration: "Abstract Painting," Willem de Kooning, Chelsea 2-5097 (May 9, 1951), 1951
85 55 "Meet the New" Forum (May 9, 1951), 1951
85 56 Architect's Nightmare Play (May 17, 1951), 1951
85 57 Spring Outing, Princeton, Walker Cain and John Faron, Chairmen (May 26, 1951), 1951
85 58 Demonstration: "Rendering," Hugh Ferris (June 6, 1951), 1951
85 59 National Gold Medal Mural Painters Dinner, Medalists Invited to Dinner (June 14, 1951), 1951
85 60-61 New Members Cocktail Party (Sept. 20, 1951), 1951
(2 folders)
85 62-66 "The Arts, Measure of Man" (Oct. 3 - Nov. 28, 1951), 1951
(5 folders)
85 67 "The Arts, Measure of Man: Arts and the Man," James Marstan Fitch (Oct. 3, 1951), 1951
85 68 Fall Outing Clam Bake (Oct. 6, 1951), 1951
85 69 "The Arts, Measure of Man: Spatial and Structural Form," Buckminster Fuller (Oct. 10, 1951), 1951
85 70 "The Arts, Measure of Man: Color, Light and Texture," Gyorgy Kepes (Oct. 17, 1951), 1951
85 71 "The Arts, Measure of Man: Motion and Repose," Richard Cronbach (Oct. 24, 1951), 1951
85 72 Play and Dinner (Oct. 24, 1951), 1951
85 73 Play and Dinner (Oct. 25, 1951), 1951
85 74 "The Arts, Measure of Man: Expression," T.M. Greene (Oct. 31, 1951), 1951
85 75 "The Arts, Measure of Man: Logic in Visual Arts," Jaqueline Tyrwhitt (Nov. 7, 1951), 1951
85 76 African Night, [Financials] (Nov. 8, 1951), 1951-1952
85 77-78 South African Evening (Nov. 8, 1951), 1951
(2 folders)
85 79 "South African Flora and Fauna," Jan Juta (Nov. 8, 1951), 1951
85 80 "The Arts, Measure of Man: Critical Analysis of the Nature of Art," Jacques Lipchitz (Nov. 14, 1951), 1951
85 81 National Gold Medal Sculpture Dinner (Nov. 15, 1951), 1951
85 82 "The Arts, Measure of Man: Greatness in Art," Pietro Belluschi (Nov. 28, 1951), 1951
85 83 Christmas Party, 1951-1952
85 84 Christmas Party Correspondence, 1951
85 85 Christmas Party Luncheon (Dec. 20, 1951), 1951-1952
Box Folder
86 1952 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
86 1 Invitation to A.I.A. Convention Visitors Attending League Cocktail Party, 1952
86 2 School Luncheons, 1952
86 3 Scandinavian Evening, Dinner and Movies, The Meire's Eve (Jan. 24, 1952), 1951-1952
86 4-5 "An Evening in Scandinavia" (Jan. 24, 1952), 1952
(2 folders)
86 6-8 International Arts Evening, Dinner and Dance (Feb. 21, 1952), 1951-1952
(3 folders)
86 9 Election Meeting (Mar. 6, 1952), 1952
86 10-11 Peru-Brazil Dinner and Movies (Mar. 6, 1952), 1952
(2 folders)
86 12 National Gold Medal Dinner for Mural Painting (Mar. 20, 1952), 1952
86 13 League Inaugural Dinner (Apr. 17, 1952), 1952
86 14-22 League Inaugural Dinner, Invitations (Apr. 17, 1952), 1952
(9 folders)
86 23 League Inaugural Dinner, Miscellaneous (Apr. 17, 1952), 1952
86 24 National Gold Medal Award Dinner (June 12, 1952), 1952
86 25-27 National Gold Medal Exhibition, Final Dinner, Invitations to Medalists (June 12, 1952), 1952
(3 folders)
86 28 Safari Bronx Zoo Outing (Oct. 4, 1952), 1952
86 29-30 Austrian Dinner (Oct. 23, 1952), 1952
(2 folders)
86 31-32 Roman Evening (Nov. 20, 1952), 1952
(2 folders)
86 33 Christmas Fund for Employees, 1952
86 34 Christmas Party (Dec. 22, 1952), 1952-1953
86 1953 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
86 35 Blood Donor Program, 1953
86 36 Christmas Luncheons, 1953-1962
86 37 Forum Buffet Suppers, 1953
86 38 Past Presidents Exhibition, 1953
86 39 "Classical Landscape Without Figures," Dinner and Slides, Frederick Woodbridge Evening (Jan. 22, 1953), 1953
86 40 League Dinner Smorgasbord (Mar. 11, 1953), 1953
86 41 National Gold Medal Exhibition, Final Dinner (Mar. 19, 1953), 1953
86 42 League Inaugural Dinner (Apr. 9, 1953), 1953
86 43-50 League Inaugural Dinner, Invitations (Apr. 9, 1953), 1953
(8 folders)
86 51 Lift Slab Luncheon (May 22, 1953), 1953
86 52 Birch Burdette Long Buffet Supper (June 4, 1953), 1953
86 53 Garden Party (June 16, 1953), 1953
86 54 General Membership Meeting (June 30, 1953), 1953
86 55 "An Evening in Switzerland" (Sept. 17, 1953), 1953
86 56 Cocktail Party (Oct. 1, 1953), 1953
86 57 "Status of the Arts at Mid-Century" (Oct. 8, 1953), 1953
86 58 Brunner Award Cocktail Party, Hugh Ferriss (Nov. 2, 1953), 1953
86 59 "Inter-relation of Architecture and Engineering" (Nov. 12, 1953), 1953
86 60 Public Housing Dinner and Meeting, H. Myers Award Presented to Lewis Mumford (Nov. 24, 1953), 1953
86 61 Puerto Rican and Caribbean Architecture (Dec. 3, 1953), 1953
86 62 Puerto Rico and Caribbean Evening, Dinner (Dec. 3, 1953), 1953
86 63 "Commerce as a Patron of the Arts" (Dec. 10, 1953), 1953
86 64 Christmas Party (Dec. 23, 1953), 1953-1954
86 1954 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
86 65 "Technical Development and Its Impact on Architectural Esthetics" (Jan. 14, 1954), 1953-1954
86 66 Henry Hering Dedication Luncheon (Jan. 22, 1954), 1954
86 67 General Membership Meeting (Jan. 28, 1954), 1953-1954
86 68 Indian Evening, Hildreth Meiere (Feb. 4, 1954), 1954
86 69 "Technical Development and Its Impact on Painting" (Feb. 11, 1954), 1953-1954
86 70 Mississippi Steamboat Party (Feb. 19, 1954), 1954
86 71 "The Architectures of North Africa," G.E. Kidder Smith (Mar. 4, 1954), 1953-1954
86 72 "Technical Development and Its Impact on Sculpture" (Mar. 11, 1954), 1953-1954
86 73 National Gold Medal Dinner (Mar. 18, 1954), 1954
86 74 "Summation, Future Directions and Changes" (Apr. 8, 1954), 1953-1954
Box Folder
87 1954 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
87 1 Inaugural Dinner (Apr. 22, 1954), 1951, 1954
87 2 "Environment and Anonymous Architecture," Sibyl Moholy-Nagy (May 27, 1954), 1954
87 3 Cuban Dinner (Oct. 6, 1954), 1954
87 4 B.A.I.D. and League Paris Prize Dinner (Oct. 28, 1954), 1954
87 5 Honorary and Members Dinner, Replies (Dec. 9, 1954), 1954
87 6 Christmas Party (Dec. 23, 1954), 1954
87 1955 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
87 7 Demonstration Luncheon, 1955
87 8 Educational Forums, Copies of Brochures of Previous Series, 1955-1957
87 9 League Blood Bank, 1955
87 10 National Gold Medal Exhibition Dinner, 1955-1956
87 11 Hildreth Meiere Evening, Dinner and Film (Feb. 10, 1955), 1955
87 12 Harvey Wiley Corbett Memorial Exhibition and Dinner (Feb. 17, 1955), 1955
87 13 National Gold Medal Dinner (Mar. 17, 1955), 1955
87 14 Lewis G. Adams Maya Architecture Evening (Mar. 31, 1955), 1955
87 15 Circus Party, A.I.A, B.A.I.D., Arch. League (Apr. 15, 1955), 1955
87 16 Jan Juta Portugal Evening (Apr. 28, 1955), 1955
87 17 Joint Forum Dinner, A.I.A. NY Chapter, Municipal Arts Society, Arch League (May 10, 1955), 1955
87 18 Cocktail Party-Helen Treadwell, Messrs Adams, Woodbridge and Glinsky (June 1, 1955), 1955
87 19 Stained Glass and Mosaics Luncheon (June 2, 1955), 1955
87 20 League Outing (June 4, 1955), 1954-1955
87 21 Avery Award Dinner, Correspondence and Releases (Oct. 25, 1955), 1955-1956
87 22 New Members Exhibition and Party (Oct. 25, 1955), 1955
87 23 "Gab Fest Evening" League Dinner (Nov. 17, 1955), 1955
87 24 "Heads, Horns and Hoofing," Walter Kilham, Jr. (Dec. 8, 1955), 1955
87 25 Christmas Luncheon (Dec. 22, 1955), 1955
87 1956 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
87 26 A.I.A. and League Joint Luncheon (Professor Werner Hebebrand), 1956
87 27 Christmas Party, Jack Lenor Larson, Decorating Committee Chairman (1956), 1955-1963
87 28 Demonstration Luncheon Series, 1956
87 29 Miscellaneous Events in Connection With 75th Anniversary of the League, 1956-1957
87 30 New Attitudes Forum, Discussion and Demonstration Series, 1956-1957
87 31 League Inaugural Dinner Annual Business Meeting (Apr. 5, 1956), 1956
87 32-36 75th Anniversary Dinner (May 3, 1956), 1956-1957
(5 folders)
87 37 Fall Outing, General Foods and Standard Vacuum Oil (Nov. 10, 1956), 1956
87 38 The Henry O. Avery Award Dinner (Nov. 30, 1956), 1956
87 39 Luncheon: Debate - Classical vs. Romantic, Hugh Ferriss, Moderator (Dec. 13, 1956), 1956
87 40 Hildreth Meiere's Evening and Dinner: Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon (Dec. 14, 1956), 1956-1957
87 41 New Members Cocktail Party (With Miss Meire's Film Showing) (Dec. 14, 1956), 1956
87 1957 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
87 42 Blood Donor Program, 1957-1959
87 43 "White Sheep of Denali" at the American Museum of Natural History, Walter H. Kilham, Jr. (Feb. 27, 1957), 1957
87 44 75th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner and Dance (Mar. 21, 1957), 1957-1958
87 45 Julian Clarence Levi Testimonial Dinner (May 3, 1957), 1957
87 46 Luncheon: Sir Hugh Casson, "Campus Planning in England" (May 21, 1957), 1957
87 47 G.E. Kidder Smith Evening, Dinner and Slides (May 23, 1957), 1957
87 48 Informal Evening With Prof. Schmerz (June 26, 1957), 1957
87 49 League Dinner - Slides by James Padavic (Sept. 12, 1957), 1957
87 50 Luncheon: Peter Smithson, "The New Brutalism" (Oct. 1, 1957), 1957
87 51 "An Evening With Mies van der Rohe," Correspondence (Oct. 3, 1957), 1957
87 52 Luncheon: Paul Nelson, "New Humanism in Architecture" (Oct. 8, 1957), 1957
87 53 Luncheon: Betty Pepis, "The Triennale and Berlin Arch" (Oct. 17, 1957), 1957
87 54 Fulbright Scholarship Award Winners Luncheon, #1 (Nov. 7, 1957), 1957
87 55 Seagram Building Tour, George A. Fuller Co. Luncheon Host (Nov. 9, 1957), 1957
87 56 Puerto Rican Evening, Jose A. Fernandez, Chairman (Nov. 14, 1957), 1957
87 57 Christmas Party (Dec. 19, 1957), 1957
Box Folder
88 1958 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
88 1 State Department Exhibition Dinner, Correspondence (Jan. 9, 1958), 1957-1958
88 2 Henry O. Avery Prize for Small Sculpture, Dinner (Jan. 23, 1958), 1958
88 3 Marco Polo Dinner Dance, Mr. Fernandez, Chairman (Feb. 7, 1958), 1958
88 4 Walter Kilham Evening, "Musk Oxen and Free Gold" (Feb. 20, 1958), 1958
88 5 Helen Treadwell Evening, Slides of Dubrovnik (Mar. 6, 1958), 1958
88 6 UNESCO Evening With Marcel Breuer (Mar. 20, 1958), 1958
88 7 National Gold Medal Dinner (Mar. 27, 1958), 1958
88 8 League Inaugural Dinner (New Members Cocktail Party) (Apr. 10, 1958), 1958
88 9 League Inaugural Dinner Speeches (Apr. 10, 1958), 1958
88 10 Hildreth Meiere Dinner and Slides (Apr. 24, 1958), 1958
88 11 Regional Residential Architecture Exhibit and Dinner (May 8, 1958), 1958
88 12 Frederick J. Woodbridge Evening Dinner, Also Freidsam Medal Award, (May 15, 1958), 1958
88 13 "A Visit to the Brussels World's Fair" Dinner and Talk (June 12, 1958), 1958
88 14 "Collaboration of the Building Arts: Shopping Centers" (Sept. 4, 1958), 1958
88 15 League Outing, Mr. Pahlmann, Chairman (Sept. 27, 1958), 1958
88 16 "The Photography of Architecture," Dinner (Oct. 9, 1958), 1958
88 17 "Murals in New York's Public Schools" (Oct. 23, 1958), 1958
88 18 "The Origins of Abstract Architecture" (Nov. 13, 1958), 1958
88 19 "Architecture: Puerto Rico, Old and New" (Nov. 20, 1958), 1958-1959
88 20 "Talk on Russia," Justice Douglas (Dec. 4, 1958), 1958
88 21 Travelogue, Turkish Evening, Betti Richard (Dec. 4, 1958), 1958
88 22 "Sculpture: The Work of Constantino Nivola" (Dec. 11, 1958), 1958-1959
88 23 Christmas Party (Dec. 23, 1958), 1958
88 1959 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
88 24 "What is Your Taste in Architecture" (Jan. 8, 1959), 1958-1959
88 25 "Landscape Design: The Work of Dan Kiley," [Exhibit] Jan. 19-30, Dinner (Jan. 22, 1959), 1958-1959
88 26 "Space Planning in the Time Life Building" (Feb. 5, 1959), 1958-1959
88 27 "Craftsmanship: The Ceiling - Forms and Textures" (Feb. 26, 1959), 1959
88 28 "Craftsmanship in Religious Architecture" (Mar. 12, 1959), 1958-1959
88 29 "Engineering: The Work of Pier Luigi Nevi" (Mar. 26, 1959), 1959
88 30 "Today's Architecture" (Apr. 2, 1959), 1958-1959
88 31 League Inaugural Dinner and Annual Meeting (Apr. 8, 1959), 1959
88 32 "Students' Work in Building Arts" (Apr. 23, 1959), 1958-1959
88 33 "Lighting as a Tool of Architecture" (May 14, 1959), 1958-1959
88 34 "Architecture: The Work of Minoru Yamasaki" Dinner (May 21, 1959), 1959
88 35 "The Work of Younger Architects" (June 11, 1959), 1958-1959
88 36 Travelogue (June 18, 1959), 1958-1959
88 37 Fall Outing, Long Island Tour (Oct. 8, 1959), 1959
88 38 Metropolitan Opera House Tours (Metour) (Dec. 1, 1959 and Jan. 5, 1960), 1959-1960
88 1960 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
88 39-40 "New Forces in Architecture," 1960-1961
(2 folders)
88 41 National Gold Medal Exhibition of the Building Arts, Speeches (Feb. 11, 1960), 1960
88 42 Awards Dinner, Avery, B.B. Long, and Howard Myers (Mar. 24, 1960), 1960
88 43 League Inaugural Dinner, Freidsam Award and Gold Medal Awards (Apr. 7, 1960), 1960
88 44 Student's Evening (Apr. 28, 1960), 1960
88 45 "Austria and South Germany," Travelogue by Philip Bartlett (May 26, 1960), 1960
88 46 League Summer Outing, Old Westbury Gardens (July 23, 1960), 1960
88 47 League Dinner and Lecture Series (Oct. 27, 1960), 1960-1961
88 48 Flamenco!, League Social Evening (Nov. 10, 1960), 1960
Box Folder
89 1961 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
89 1-2 "The Building Room: Architecture in Decline," List of Subscribers to the Forum Series, 1961
(2 folders)
89 3 Japanese Evening, Jose A. Fernandez, Chairman (Jan. 26, 1961), 1961
89 4 Hawaiian Evening and Costume Party (Mar. 10, 1961), 1961
89 5 Walter Kilham Evening Dinner (Apr. 6, 1961), 1961
89 6-7 New Members Cocktail Party and Exhibition (Apr. 13, 1961), 1961
(2 folders)
89 8 Columbia Testimonial Dinner - LeCorbusier, Walter Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright (May 1, 1961), 1961
89 9 "The Lively Arts and the Building Arts," The Dramatic Workshop Repertory Theatre (Oct. 6, 1961), 1960-1961
89 10 Christmas Luncheon (Dec. 21, 1961), 1942, 1958-1961
89 1962 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
89 11 Installation of Robert Allan Jacobs as President, Remarks by Julian C. Levi (Apr. 5, 1962), 1962
89 12 Dinner in Honor of Julian C. Levi (Sept. 30), circa 1962
89 13 Chester B. Price Sketch Dinner (Nov. 16, 1962), 1962
89 1963 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
89 14 "The New Federal Architecture" Dinner and Lecture (Mar. 14, 1963), 1963
89 15 "Echoes of Paris," Jose A. Fernandez, Chairman (Apr. 5, 1963), 1963
89 16 "Architects and Sculptors: Collaborators or Competitors?" (Apr. 18, 1963), 1963
89 17 Armenian Architecture Lecture, Edouard Utudjian (May 28, 1963), 1963
89 18 Annual Members Show Cocktail Party, Minor Bishop, Executive Committee Chairman (Sept. 17, 1963), 1963
89 1964 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
89 19 Current Work Memoranda, Wednesdays at the League, 1964-1965
89 20 Friday Night Seminars, 1964-1965
89 21 Thursday Night Affairs, 1964-1965
89 22 Spring Outing, Yale University Eero Saarinen Complex (May 23, 1964), 1964
89 23 League Inaugural Dinner and Awards [And Other Miscellaneous League Events] (May 27, 1964), 1964-1965
89 24 "The New Challenge of Public Architecture" (Dec. 3, 1964), 1964
89 25 Christmas Party (Dec. 22, 1964), 1963-1964
89 1965 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
89 26 Museum of Modern Art Lecture Series, Bills and Cost, 1965-1966
89 27 Architectural League and National Society of Mural Painters, "Byzantine Décor and Its Place" (Feb. 4, 1965), 1965
89 28 Annual Luncheon Meeting (Apr. 15, 1965), 1965
89 29 Spring Outing, Phoenix Mutual Insurance Co. with Max Abromovitz (May 8, 1965), 1965
89 30 Inaugural Dinner and Awards (May 26, 1965), 1965
89 31 Julian Clarence Levi 60th Anniversary Cocktail Party (Sept. 30, 1965), 1965
89 32 Julian C. Levi Summer Members Show and Dinner (Sept. 30, 1965), 1965
89 33 Richard Neutra Evening (Nov. 17, 1965), 1965
89 34 Christmas Luncheon (Dec. 21, 1965), 1965
89 1966 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
89 35-37 "The Shape of Cities in Our Time" Spring Series, 1965-1966
(3 folders)
89 38 President's Medal Presentation Dinner Honoring Kenzo Tange (Mar. 24, 1966), 1966
89 39 Inaugural Dinner and Awards (May 19, 1966), 1966
89 40 Executive Committee Meeting and Luncheon (Oct. 4, 1966), 1966
89 1967 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
89 41 "Dinners for 36," General, circa 1967-1969
89 42 "Dinners for 36, #1," Helen Treadwell (Mar. 30, 1967), 1967
89 43 "Dinners for 36, #2," Walter Kilham (May 3, 1967), 1967
89 44 "Dinners for 36, #3," Charles Middeleer (June 22, 1967), 1967
89 45 "Dinners for 36, #4," Bill and Maggie Field (July 27, 1967), 1967
89 46 "Dinners for 36, #5," Edgar I. Williams (Oct. 3, 1967), 1967
89 47 "Dinners for 36, #6," Roy Moyer (Nov. 9, 1967), 1967
89 48 Julian C. Levi 93rd Birthday Party (Dec. 8, 1967), 1967
89 49 Christmas Party, House Committee, Correspondence (Dec. 19, 1967), 1966-1967
89 1968 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
89 50 "Dinners for 36, #7," Alton S. Tobey (Jan. 11, 1968), 1968
89 51 Poetry Series (Jan. 24 - Apr. 10, 1968), 1968
89 52 "Dinners for 36, #8," Martin Andrews (Feb. 8, 1968), 1968
89 53 "Dinners for 36, #9," George E. Kidder Smith (Mar. 6, 1968), 1968
89 54 "Dinners for 36, #10," David Kenneth Specter (Mar. 27, 1968), 1968
89 55 "Dinners for 36, #11," Color Slide Competition (Apr. 24, 1968), 1968
89 56 Television Series, Les Levine (Apr. 25 - May 16, 1968), 1968
89 57 "Dinners for 36, #12," Myron Goldfinger (Aug. 15, 1968), 1968
89 58 "Dinners for 36, #13," Tim Prentice (Oct. 24, 1968), 1968
89 59 Julian C. Levi's 94th Birthday Party (Dec. 9, 1968), 1968
89 1969 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
89 60 "Dinner #14," Der Scutt (Jan. 22, 1969), 1969
89 61 "Dinner #15," Jordan Gruzen (Feb. 27, 1969), 1969
89 62 "Dinner #16," Peace Corps (Mar. 26, 1969), 1969
89 63 "Dinners for 36" #17, Robert A. Propper (Aug. 7, 1969), 1969
Box Folder
90 1969 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
90 1 Julian C. Levi 95th Birthday Party (Dec. 5, 1969), 1969
90 2 Christmas Party (Dec. 22, 1969), 1969
90 1970 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
90 3-10 1970 Lecture Series: A-Z, 1969-1970
(8 folders)
90 11 1970 Lecture Series, Lists, General Correspondence, 1969
90 12 1970 Lecture Series, Suzanne Stephens, 1970-1971
90 13 Christmas Party (Dec. [22?], 1970), 1970
90 1971 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
90 14 Luncheon (Nov. 10, 1971), 1971
90 15 Cooper Union Lecture at MoMA (Nov. 12-13, 1971), 1971
90 16 Charles Eames Film Program (Dec. 15, 1971, 8-10:30pm), 1971
90 17 Christmas Party (Dec. 22, 1971), 1971
90 1972 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
90 18 Cocktail Party for New Members (Jan. 10, 1972), 1972
90 19 MacDonald Becket Lecture (Jan. 25, 1972), 1972
90 20 Evenings Out: Earl Ruback, Waddell Gallery (Feb. 2, 1972), 1972
90 21 "Dinners for 36, #23" (Feb. 17, 1972), 1972
90 22 Evenings Out: Hans Namuth (Mar. 8, 1972), 1972
90 23 Horace Hayden Lecture (Mar. 21, 1972), 1972
90 24 Evenings Out: Helene Aylon, Max Hutchinson Gallery (Apr. 11, 1972), 1972
90 25 Robert Gerson Lecture (Apr. 18, 1972), 1972
90 26 Peter Blake Lecture (Apr. 26, 1972), 1972
90 27 John Portman Dinner (Sept. 28, 1972), 1972
90 28 Lecture Series on Industrialized Building (Oct. 11, 18 and 25, 1972, 8:30pm), 1972
90 29 "Dinners for 36, #24," Angkor (Nov. 15, 1972), 1972
90 30 Christmas Party (Dec. 21, 1972), 1972
90 1973 League-Sponsored Functions and Events,
90 31 California Lecture: Ghery, Follis, Diniz (Apr. 1973), 1973
90 32 Lectures: Film Event (w/MAS) (June 14, 1973), 1973
Box
OV 120 50th Anniversary Banquet, Details of [P?] (Apr. 24, 1931), 1931
(Oversized materials from Box 84, Folder 2)

6.2: Functions and Events Sponsored by Others, 1941-1966

The Architectural League of New York provided rental space in the League building to other organizations or individuals for their events and functions. Found in this subseries is correspondence, lists, printed materials, receipts, and other materials. The bulk of the material is from the 1950s-1960s. Generally, folder titles were transcribed from the original folder titles; however, event dates and additional descriptive information may have been added if the processing archivist was able to determine correct information from the folder materials.

Folders are arranged chronologically by year and event date; events in which the exact date is unknown are filed at the beginning of the year in which the event was most likely held.

Box Folder
90 33 League of Life Insurance Women, 1941-1942
90 34 Beaux-Arts Institute of Design (B.A.I.D.), 1942-1943
90 35 Irving B. Simon, McFadden Publications, Dinners, 1943-1945
90 36 Task Magazine, 1943
90 37 American Museum of Natural History Dinner, 1944
90 38 Quiet Birdmen, 1946
90 39 Mr. Cheek's Party (Dec. 5, 1946), 1946
90 40 Quiet Birdmen, 1947-1949
90 41 Columbia University School of Architecture Dinner (May 28, 1947), 1947
90 42 M.I.T. Dinner, 1949
90 43 Young Women's Republican Club Dinner, 1949
90 1950 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
90 44 American Institute of Architects Luncheons, 1950-1953
90 45 M.I.T. Dinners, 1950-1951
90 46 Phi Kappa Psi Luncheons, Pine Room, 1950-1952
90 47 Quiet Birdmen Monday Evening Dinners, Dining Room, 1950-1951
90 48 Syracuse University Alumni Luncheon, Gallery "A", 1950-1951
90 49 Typophiles, 1950-1956
90 50 Edward Fischer Cocktail Party (Mar. 31, 1950), 1950
90 51 Type Directors Club Dinner (Apr. 28, 1950), 1950
90 52 Municipal Art Society Luncheon Meetings, Pine Room (Oct. 23, Nov. 20, Dec. 18, 1950), 1950
90 53 Wine Tasting Party, Dining Room (Oct. 26, 1950), 1950
90 54 Producers' Council Luncheon, Pine Room (Nov. 15, 1950), 1950-1951
90 55 Fine Arts Federation of New York Luncheon, Gallery "A" (Nov. 28, 1950), 1950
90 56 Architect's Emergency Committee Luncheon, Gallery "A" (Dec. 7, 1950), 1950
90 57 Ralph Walker Dinner, Pine Room (Dec. 7, 1950), 1950
90 58 Art Directors Christmas Party, Gallery "A" (Dec. 13, 1950, 5pm), 1950
90 59 Eldredge Snyder Luncheon, Pine Room (Dec. 15, 1950), 1950
90 60 J. Walter Thompson Company Cocktail Party, Gallery "A" (Dec. 15, 1950), 1950
90 61 Wallace K. Harrison Christmas Party, Gallery "A" (Dec. 20, 1950, 12:30pm), 1950
90 62 Voorhees, Walker, Foley and Smith Christmas Party, Gallery "A" (Dec. 22, 1950), 1950
90 63 American Society of Landscape Architects Luncheon Meeting, Pine Room (Dec. 28, 1950, 12:30pm), 1950
90 1951 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
90 64 American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1951-1952
90 65 American Society of Landscape Architects, Miscellaneous Dinners, 1951-1956
90 66 The Municipal Art Society Luncheons, 1951
90 67 Phi Kappa Psi Dinners, 1951
90 68 National Sculpture Society Dinners, Dining Room (Jan. 12 - Feb. 13, 1951), 1950-1951
90 69 Sheila Burlingame Cocktail Party, Pine Room (Jan. 15, 1951, 4pm), 1951
90 70 Lithographers National Association Luncheon, Pine Room (Jan. 18, 1951), 1950-1951
90 71 S.A.D.G. Cocktails and Dinner, Pine Room, Gallery "A" (Jan. 25, 1951), 1951
90 72 American Institute of Graphic Arts Cocktail Party, Gallery "A" (Jan. 29, 1951), 1951
90 73 M.I.T. Dinner and Party, Gallery "A," Dining Room (Feb. 1, 1951), 1951
90 74 National Lithographers Association Cocktail Party (Feb. 21, 1951), 1951
90 75 New York Chapter, American Society of Landscape Architects Dinner (Feb. 21, 1951), 1951
90 76 Art Directors Luncheons, Pine Room, 7 Fridays (Mar. 26 - Apr. 27, 1951), 1951
90 77 Producers' Council Luncheon (Tue., Mar. 27, 1951), 1951
90 78 M.I.T. Dance (Apr. 6, 1951), 1951
90 79 National Sculpture Society Dinner (Apr. 10, 1951), 1951
90 80 Beaux Arts Institute of Design Dinner (Apr. 19, 1951), 1951
90 81 A.I.A. Pre-Convention Luncheon (Apr. 24, 1951), 1951
90 82 M. Proctor, Freeman and Mueser Dinner (May 4, 1951), 1951
90 83 Fine Arts Federation Luncheons (May 7, Nov. 11, Nov. 15, 1951), 1951
90 84 National Sculpture Society Dinner (May 8, 1951), 1951
90 85 Producers' Council Luncheons (May 8, June 28, Dec. 4, 1951), 1951-1952
90 86 Art Directors Dinner (May 14, 1951), 1951-1952
90 87 Architectural Photographs Cocktail Party (May 22, 1951), 1951
90 88 Structural Engineers Society of New York Luncheons (May 22, Oct. 30, 1951), 1951-1952
90 89 Committee Residence Lighting Forum and Tea (June 5, 1951), 1951
90 90 American Academy in Rome Dinner, Pine Room (June 6, 1951), circa 1951
90 91 Architects' Emergency Committee Luncheons (June 11, Nov. 6, Dec. 6, 1951), 1951
90 92 My Kitchen Contest Luncheon (Aug. 23, 1951), 1951
90 93 Fazakas Cocktail Party (Sept. 17 and 18, 195[1?]), circa 1951
90 94 National Sculpture Society Dinner (Oct. 9, 1951), 1951
90 95 Quiet Birdmen Dinner (Oct. 15, 1951), 1951
90 96 Miracle Adhesive Corporation Cocktail Party (Oct. 23, 1951), 1951
90 97 B.A.I.D. School Luncheon (Oct. 24, 1951), 1951
90 98 Pictorial Photographers Punch Party (Nov. 6, [1951?]), circa 1951
90 99 Lambda Alpha Fraternity Dinner and Meeting (Nov. 16, 1951), 1951
90 100 Beaux Arts Institute of Design Annual Dinner (Nov. 29, 1951), 1951
90 101 Masta Display Cocktail Party (Dec. 3, 1951), 1951
90 102 National Sculpture Society Dinner (Dec. 11, 1951?), circa 1951
90 103 Appalachian Mountain Club Dinner (Dec. 13, 1951), 1951
90 104 Albert W. Butt, Jr. Cocktail Party at His Office (Dec. 21, 1951), 1951
90 1952 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
90 105 American Institute of Architects Dinners, 1952
90 106 Bard-St. Stephen's Alumni Association Cocktail Party, 1952
90 107 Fine Arts Federation Luncheon, 1952-1953
90 108 General Precision Laboratory, 1952-1954
90 109 The Municipal Art Society, 1952-1953
90 110 M.I.T. Club Luncheon (Jan. 9?, 1952), 1951
90 111 Chessmen Luncheon (Jan. 10, 1952), 1951-1952
90 112 The City College Evening Meeting and Refreshments (Jan. 18, 1952), 1951
90 113 Snipe Class International Racing Association Dinner (Jan. 18, 1952), 1951
90 114 Industrial Design Institute Cocktail Party and Meeting (Jan. 25, 1952), 1952
90 115 Stockwell (Hamill) Cocktail Parties (Feb. 1952), 1952
90 116 Eastern Division of the Model Yacht Racing Association of America Meeting (Feb. 16, 1952, 1:30pm), 1952
90 117 New York Society of Landscape Architects Dinner (Feb. 19, Mar. 18, 1952), 1952
90 118 Quiet Birdmen Dinner and Birthday Party (Feb. 25, 1952), 1952
90 119 Rhode Island Club of New York Dinner (Apr. 24, 1952), 1952
90 120 Alpha Rho Chi Dinner and Meeting (June 25, 1952), 1952
90 1953 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
90 121 American Institute of Architects Dinners, 1953-1954
90 122 American Institute of Architects Luncheons, 1953
90 123 American Society of Landscape Architects Dinner, circa 1953-1954
90 124 Art Directors Annual Meeting and Dinner, circa 1953-1954
90 125 Art Directors Luncheons, 1953-1954
90 126 Beaux-Arts Annual Dinners, 1953-1954
90 127 Carnegie Alumni Clan Luncheons, 1953-1954
90 128 Cherry Lawn School, 1953
90 129 Columbia University Dinner, 1953-1954
90 130 Columbia University Luncheon, 1953
90 131 Construction Specification Institute Dinner, 1953-1954
90 132 Fine Arts Federation Luncheons, 1953
90 133 Industrial Designers Institute Dinners, 1953-1956
90 134 M.I.T. Class of 1911, 1953-1955
90 135 New York Society of Medical Artists Cocktail Party, 1953
90 136 Phi Kappa Psi Luncheons, 1953
90 137 Producers' Council Luncheons, 1953-1954
90 138 Quiet Birdmen, 1953-1956
90 139 Structural Engineers Society of New York Luncheon, 1953
90 140 Structural Engineers Society of New York Luncheon, Pine Room (Jan. 16, 1953), 1953
Box Folder
91 1953 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 1 Fisker Evening (Mar. 11, 1953), 1953
91 2 Franklin X. McCormick Dinner (Apr. 28, 1953), 1953
91 3 American Academy in Rome Dinner (May 1953), 1953
91 4 Pratt Institute Cocktail Party, Khosrov Ajootian (May 5, 1953), 1953
91 5 Art Directors President's Party, Dinner (June 9, 1953), 1953
91 6 New York State Association of Architects (Sept. 12, 1953), 1953
91 7 Perry Coke Smith Meeting (Oct. 26, 1953), 1953
91 8 Forest Hills Lodge #946 F. and A.M. Dance (Dec. 5, 1953), 1953
91 1954 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 9 Amateur Ski Club, 1954
91 10 Amateur Ski Club Luncheon, 1954-1955
91 11 American Institute of Architects Dinners, 1954-1955
91 12 American Institute of Architects Luncheons, 1954-1955
91 13 American Institute of Decorators Dinner, 1954
91 14 Architects' Council Luncheons, 1954-1956
91 15 Columbia University Class of 1928 Luncheon, George D. Brown, Jr., 1954-1955
91 16 Construction Specifications Institute Dinners, 1954-1955
91 17 Eastern "T.F." Club Luncheon Meetings, 1954-1955
91 18 Fine Arts Federation Luncheons, 1954
91 19 The Haddon Craftsmen, Inc., 1954
91 20 H. Lieblich and Co. Meetings, Asher B. Etkes, 1954
91 21 M.I.T. Luncheons, 1954-1955
91 22 The Municipal Arts Society Luncheon, 1954-1955
91 23 National Sculpture Society Dinners and Meetings, 1954-1955
91 24 New York Society of Architects Meetings, 1954
91 25 Producers' Council Luncheons, 1954
91 26 Rho Psi Fraternity Dinner, 1954
91 27 Terra Cotta Corporation Luncheon, 1954
91 28 Theta Delta Chi Luncheon Meetings, 1954-1956
91 29 M.I.T. Lunch, Pine Room (Jan. 12, 1954), 1953
91 30 Illuminating Engineering Society, School Lighting Clinic (Jan. 28, 1954), 1954
91 31 McCall's Judgment and Luncheon (Feb. 1, 2, 1954), 1954
91 32 Pratt Institute Department of Architecture Cocktail Party (July 1, 1954), 1954
91 1955 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 33 B.A.I.D. Annual Dinner, 1955
91 34 Columbia University Luncheon, 1955-1956
91 35 Home Fashion League Luncheons, 1955
91 36 Lambda Alpha Fraternity Luncheons, 1955
91 37 Men's Garden Club of New York City, 1955
91 38 Metropolitan Stereo Club, 1955-1957
91 39 New York Alumni Association Phi Kappa Psi, 1955
91 40 New York Business Paper Editors Association Luncheons, First Monday of the Month, 1955
91 41 The New York Numismatic Club Dinner, 1955
91 42 Theta Delta Chi Dinner, 1955
91 1956 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 43 American Institute of Architects Events, 1956-1958
91 44 Architectural Photographers Association Meetings, 1956
91 45 Art Directors Club of New York Luncheons, 1956
91 46 Art Directors Las Vegas Party, 1956-1957
91 47 Bard-St. Stephen's Alumni Association Cocktail Party, 1956
91 48 Bard-St. Stephen's Alumni Meeting and Cocktail Party, Pine Room, 1956
91 49 Carnegie Institute of Technology Luncheon Meetings, 1956
91 50 Construction Specification Institute, Inc. Meetings, 1956-1957
91 51 Eastern Division of the Model Yacht Racing Association of America, 1956-1957
91 52 The Edward Macdowell Association Meeting, 1956
91 53 Holophane Company Luncheon Meetings, 1956
91 54 Industrial Decorative Designers, Meetings and Mailing Service Correspondence, 1956-1957
91 55 Lambda Alpha Fraternity Luncheon, 1956
91 56 The Municipal Art Society Luncheon Meetings, 1956-1958
91 57 National Institute for Architectural Education (B.A.I.D.) Dinners, 1956-1959
91 58 National Sculpture Society Dinners, 1956-1958
91 59 New York Alumni Association Luncheons, Mr. Ernest H. Garbe, 1956-1957
91 60 New York Chapter of the A.I.A. Dinners, 1956-1957
91 61 New York State Association of Architects Meetings, 1956-1957
91 62 Quiet Birdmen, Correspondence, 1956-1957
91 63 Quiet Birdmen's Dinners, (Special) Correspondence, 1956-1958
91 64 Producers' Council Luncheons, 1956-1957
91 65 Shaker Village, Mr. Jerome Count, Director, 1956-1957
91 66 Westinghouse Electric Company Meeting and Buffet Supper, 1956
91 67 Illuminating Engineering Society Dinner (May 24, 1956), 1956
91 1957 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 68 American Society of Landscape Architects, 1957
91 69 Big Brothers Movement Meetings, 1957-1958
91 70 Carnegie Tech H. Leiblich Dinner, 1957
91 71 Cherry Lawn School Tea, 1957
91 72 Director's Art Institute, David Bradshaw Meeting, 1957
91 73 The Edward MacDowell Association Meeting, 1957
91 74 New York Chapter, American Institute of Decorators, 1957
91 75 Package Designers Council Dinner, 1957
91 76 Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity Luncheon, Ernest H. Garbe, 1957-1958
91 77 Veteran Motor Car Club of America Buffet Dinner, Ernest W. Congdon, Jr., 1957-1958
91 78 American Society of Landscape Architects Dinner (Oct. 24, 1957), 1957
91 79 Voorhees, Walker, Smith and Smith Cocktail Party for Ban. Lane Smith (Nov. 29, 1957), circa 1957
91 1958 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 80 American Society of Landscape Architects, Oliver A. Deakin, 1958-1959
91 81 Art Directors Club Meetings and Exhibition, 1958-1959
91 82 Art Directors Meeting Luncheons, circa 1958-1959
91 83 Hajji Baba Club Dinner, Mr. W. Parsons Todd and Francis Keally, 1958
91 84 The Municipal Art Society Luncheons, 1958
91 85 National Institute for Architectural Education, 1958
91 86 National Society of Art Directors Meetings, 1958
91 87-88 New York Chapter of the A.I.A., Dinners, Luncheons, Meetings - Correspondence, 1958-1959
(2 folders)
91 89 New York Paint Group - Mr. Otto, Luncheon Meetings, 1958
91 90 Pratt Architectural Club Meeting and Buffet, 1958-1959
91 91 Quiet Birdmen Dinners and Correspondence, 1958-1959
91 92 M.I.T. Class of 1911 Luncheon, Philip L. Caldwell (Jan. 7, 1958), 1957
91 93 Edward Fimbel, Inc., D.R. Keegan (Jan. 14, 1958), 1957
91 94 Carnegie Institute of Technology Alumni Cocktail Party (Dec. 2, 1958), 1958
91 95 Art Directors Club Cocktail Party (Dec. 17, 1958), 1958
91 96 St. Stephen's Alumni Association Cocktail Party (Dec. 19, 1958), 1958
91 1959 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 97 American Society of Landscape Architects, Dinners and Meetings, 1959-1966
91 98 Art Directors Luncheons and Meetings, 1959-1962
91 99 The Municipal Arts Society Luncheons, 1959-1963
91 100 National Institute for Architectural Education, 1959-1960
91 101 National Sculpture Society, Dinners, Meetings and Exhibitions (1958-1959), 1959-1966
91 102 New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Luncheons and Meetings, 1959- 1960
91 103 New York Paint, Varnish, and Lacquer Association, Inc. Luncheon Meetings, 1959-1960
91 104 Producers' Council New York Chapter Mardi Gras (Jan. 26-28, 1959), 1958-1959
91 105 Kentile, Inc. Luncheon (Mar. 10, 1959), 1958
91 106 Edison Electric Institute Competition (Mar. 16-17, 1959), 1959
91 107 American Art Metals Co. Luncheon, Gallery "A" (Apr. 7, 1959), 1959
91 108 Producers' Council Matico Luncheon (Sept. 22, 1959), 1959
91 109 Pratt Institute Alumni Dinner (Nov. 18, 1959), 1959
91 110 Bard-St. Stephen's Alumni Association Cocktail Party (Dec. 18, 1959), 1959
91 111 A.C.S. Symposium (May 2nd), circa 1960s
91 1960 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 112 Erich Locker Exhibit and Cocktail Party, 1960
91 113 Formica Corporation Dinner, circa 1960-1961
91 114 Theta Delta Chi (1960-1961), 1960-1966
91 115 Women's Architectural Auxiliary Luncheon, Mrs. Max Urbahn, 1960
91 116 Hemophilia Research Inc. Cocktails and Dance, Robert Lee Henry (Jan. 10, 1960), 1959
91 117 National Council of the Churches of Christ Meeting and Luncheon (Apr. 1, 1960), 1960
91 118 Columbia University Alumni Dinner (May 25, 1960), 1960
91 119 Building Arts Club Dinner (Nov. 22, 1960), 1960
91 120 Lambda Alpha Fraternity Luncheon (Tue., Dec. 6, 1960), 1960-1961
91 121 Abot and Merkt Christmas Luncheon (Dec. 23, 1960), 1960
91 1961 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 122 Producers' Council Special Luncheons, 1961-1963
91 123 Stanford Business School Alumni Luncheon, Mr. Alan C. Root, 1961
91 124 Columbia University Alumni Dinner (June 1, 1961), 1961
91 125 East Island Development, Victor Gruen Associates, Rental of Gallery for Conference (July 1961), 1961
91 126 Henry Eipel's Cocktail Parties (Nov. 22, 1961 and Nov. 27, 1962), 1961-1965
91 127 Caleb Hornbostel Cocktail Party (Dec. 15, 1961), 1961
91 128 Gruzen and Kelly Christmas Party (Dec. 19, 1961), 1961-1962
91 129 Bard-St. Stephen's Alumni Association Cocktail Party (Dec. 28, 1961), 1961-1962
91 1962 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 130 Hajji Baba Club Dinner Meeting and Correspondence, 1962-1964
91 131 The Johns Hopkins Club of New York, 1962
91 132 Crouse-Hinds Company Meetings and Buffet Dinner (Jan. 24, 1962), 1958, 1961-1962
91 133 Rohm and Haas Producers' Council Luncheon (Feb. 27, 1962), 1962
91 134 Princeton Class of 1935 Luncheon (May 3, 1962), 1962
91 135 Sargent Company Luncheon (Sept. 11, 1962), 1962
91 1963 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 136 Quiet Birdmen, Dinners, 1963-1966
91 137 Fine Arts Federation Luncheon (Nov. 19, 1963), 1963
91 138 Westinghouse Corp. Christmas Party, Mr. Sullivan (Dec. 17, 1963), 1961, 1963
91 139 Bard-St. Stephen's Alumni Association Cocktail Party (Dec. 20, 1963), 1963
91 1964 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 140 Women's Architectural Auxiliary, Dinners and Correspondence, 1964-1965
91 141 Columbia University Alumni Dinner (Dec 18?, 1964), 1964
91 1965 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 142 Columbia University Class of 1909, 1965
91 143 New York Chapter of the A.I.A. Cocktail Parties, 1965
91 144 Pratt Institute, 1965
91 145 Troop "L" Christmas Luncheon, 1965
91 146 Women's Architectural Auxiliary Luncheons, 1965-1966
91 147 New York State University Construction Fund Dinner (Dec. 2, 1965), 1965-1966
91 1966 Functions and Events Sponsored by Others,
91 148 Motoquip Inc. Luncheon, 1966
91 149 New York Chapter of the A.I.A. Luncheons and Meetings, 1966
91 150 Louis Yager Wedding Reception (June 25, 1966), 1966
91 151 South Atlantic A.I.A. Convention Jury Meeting, W. Crutcher Ross (Aug. 31, 1966), 1966

6.3: Administrative and Miscellaneous, 1934-1973

Found are announcements and other printed materials, correspondence, receipts, speech transcripts, Current Work Committee files, and other miscellaneous materials related to managing events at the League. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
92 1-3 Announcements for League Events, Scholarships, Etc., 1971-1973
(3 folders)
92 4 Announcements for League Lectures and Dinners, Current Work Committee, 1939-1963
92 5 Announcements for League Lectures, Current Work Committee, 1946-1961
92 6 Budget Regarding Cost of Forum Luncheons and Dinners (Buffet and Service Type), 1956-1957
92 7 Christmas Fund, 1949
92 8-15 Cocktail Parties, 1946-1968
(8 folders)
92 16 Cost of Dinners, Etc., 1963-1964
92 17 Current Work, Accordion Player, 1940
92 18-19 Current Work, Mimeographed Copies of Speeches and Speeches Which Have Not Been Mimeographed, 1944-1946
(2 folders)
92 20 Current Work 1935-1936, Glee Club Members, Booklets and Sheets of Xmas Carols, 1934-1937
92 21 Current Work 1938-1939, Reservations re: Luncheons and Dinners-Lists, 1938-1940
92 Current Work 1939-1940,
92 22 Announcements, 1939-1940
92 23 List of Luncheon and Dinner Meetings Held During 1939-1940, 1940
92 24 Postal Card Notices, 1939-1940
92 25 (Postal Card Notices) Wednesday Supper Meetings, 1939-1940
92 26 Reservations for Luncheons and Dinners, 1939-1940
92 27 Current Work 1940-1941, Follow Up (Current Work Leads), Speakers, 1939-1940
92 28 Current Work 1940-1941, Reservations, Luncheon and Dinner Meetings, 1940-1941
92 29 Dinner Days Schedule, circa 1953
92 30 Dinners, Luncheons and Cocktail Parties, 1950
92 31 Edith Halpert, Downtown Gallery, 1941, 1969
92 32 Event Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1954-1955
92 33 Events, Miscellaneous, 1954
92 34 Forum, Miscellaneous, 1954
92 35 Guest Book (Nov. 3, 1954), 1954
92 36 Itineraries (Developed), 1947-1949
92 37-38 League Events Stats and Printed Materials (Mar. 1968 - May 1970), 1968-1970
(2 folders)
92 39 League Jointly Hosted Parties, 1954-1957
92 40-41 League Printed Material and Correspondence, 1939-1963
(2 folders)
92 42 Letters for Reservations for Exhibitions, Dinners, Luncheons, Meetings, 1954-1955
92 43 List of Photographs of Buildings To Go in Dining Room, 1957
Box Folder
93 1 Luncheon and Dinner Prices for Organizations, 1963
93 2-3 Luncheons, 1954, 1957
(2 folders)
93 4 Mimeographed Notes of League Affairs, 1955
93 5 Minutes of the Publicity Committee Meeting, 1951
93 6 Potential Prospects for Luncheon, Dinners and Meetings, circa 1961-1962
93 7 Price Increases on Luncheons and Dinners, Letters to Organizations, 1963
93 8 Price Quotations, 1960-1963
93 9 Receipts and Expenses, Committee Luncheons, 1967-1968
93 10-11 Receipts and Expenses, League Dinners, 1967-1968
(2 folders)
93 12-15 Reservations, 1940-1961
(4 folders)
93 16 Sample Copy, Dinner Event, 1950-1951
93 17 Social Events of the League, 1953-1956
93 18 Speeches (Nov. 16, 1944), 1943-1945
93 19 Speeches Mailed to Members, 1944-1946
93 20 Telephone Numbers, circa 1969
93 21 Tentative Engagements, 1949-1950
93 22 Transcripts of Speeches, 1959-1960

Series 7: Publicity Files, 1922-1972
(Boxes 93-95, 111; 2.5 linear feet)

Publicity files contain materials related to internal and external publicity for functions, lectures, exhibitions, and other League-sponsored events. Materials include calendars of events, newspaper clippings, Current Work Bulletins, press releases, and weekly schedules. Additional related materials from the late 1960s - early 1970s can be found in the Current Work Committee subseries of the Committee Records series.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
93 23 #2 Form Letter [Delinquent Dues Letter], 1940
93 24 #3 Form Letter [Delinquent Dues Letter], 1940
93 25 75th Anniversary Exhibition, 1957
93 26 Advertisements, 1949
93 27 Advertising, 1968-1969
93 28 Background on the League, IVA, 1966
93 29-33 Calendar of Events, 1952-1960
(5 folders)
93 34-35 Calendar of Events, Current Work Committee, 1937-1965
(2 folders)
93 36 Circulars (Notices to Members), 1953-1967
93 37 Clipping Services, 1969
93 38-43 Clippings, 1941-1966
(6 folders)
93 Clippings,
93 44 IVC.3, 1961-1963
93 45 League and League Members, IVC.1, 1962-1963
93 46 League Show, 1949
(Includes photographs)
93 47 The Litchfield Enquirer, 1952
(Oversized materials housed in Box 111, Folder 6)
93 48 Clippings (Publicity Book), 1950-1954
93 49 Correspondence, President, Ronald Allwork, 1966
93 50 Correspondence re: League Schedule of Events, 1958
93 Current Work 1939-1940,
93 51 Art Calendars, 1939-1940
93 52 Mailing List for Receipt of Announcements and Bulletins, 1939-1940
93 53 Press Clippings, 1938-1939
93 54 Requests for Announcements (Bulletins Sent), 1939-1940
93 Current Work 1940-1941,
93 55 Burrelle's Press Clipping Bureau (Took Service re: Panel Exhibition), 1940-1941
93 56 Mailing List for Current Work Bulletin, 1940-1941
93 57 Press Clippings, 1940-1941
93 58-70 Current Work Bulletins, 1937-1966
(13 folders)
Box Folder
94 1 Current Work Bulletins, Joseph Hazen, Editor, 1958-1959
94 2 Current Work Committee Chairman (1941-1942), Bulletin Data, 1939-1943
94 3 Empire State Architect Magazine, 1949
94 4 House 1938-1939, Weekly Schedules, 1939-1941
94 5 J. Clawson Mills Fellowship, 1966-1967
94 6 Listings, 1968
94 7 Miscellaneous, circa 1960s
94 8-10 Miscellaneous: Clippings, Press Releases, Announcements, Etc., 1960-1966
(3 folders)
94 11-12 National Gold Medal, 1956, 1958
(2 folders)
94 13 Newsletter, 1972
94 14 Notices of Coming Events, 1949-1950
94 15 Notices of Events and Invitations, 1963-1964
94 16 Photographs, IVB, 1922, 1966
94 17 Press/Conferences, IIIB.4, 1967
94 18 Press List, Extra Copies, 1940
94 19-26 Press Releases, 1949-1959
(8 folders)
94 Public Relations,
94 27 Don Glassman, 1947
94 28 Asher Etkes, 1951
94 29-30 Joseph Morris, 1954-1955
(2 folders)
94 31 Connolly and Ross, 1956
94 32 Jerome Agel, Asher Etkes Associates, 1958-1959
94 33 Jerome Agel, Agel and Friend, 1959-1960
94 34 Carlson Press, 1959-1964
94 35 Publicity Committee, 1950-1951
94 36 Publicity Committee, Correspondence, 1956-1958
94 37 Publicity Folder for Ronald Allwork, President, 1962-1966
94 38 Publicity Folder for Harold Bartos, President, 1965
94 39 Publicity for Scholarships and Special Awards, 1964-1966
Box Folder
95 1 Publicity for Scholarships and Special Awards, 1964-1966
95 2 Registered Letters Sent, 1936
95 3 Releases, 1946-1947
95 4 Secretary 1934-1935, Form Letters, 1933-1934, 1949
95 5 Secretary 1935-1936, Clippings, 1935-1940
95 6 Secretary 1937-1938, Clippings, 1937-1938
95 Secretary 1938-1939,
95 7 Announcements, Bulletins, Exhibitions, Competitions, Etc., 1938-1939
95 8 Circulars (Notices to Members), 1938
95 9 Clippings, 1938-1939
95 10 Form Letters, 1937-1939
95 11 Publicity, 1938-1939
95 12 Secretary 1939-1940, Circulars [Form Letters Sent to Members], 1939-1940
95 13 Secretary 1939-1940, Press Clippings, 1939-1940
95 14 Secretary 1941-1942, Notices to Press About Annual Meeting, 1936-1941
95 15 Secretary 1942-1943, Publicity, 1943
95 16-28 Weekly Schedules, 1940s-1966
(13 folders)
95 29-30 Weekly Schedules, Current Work Committee, 1954-1958
(2 folders)
Box Folder
111 6 Clippings, The Litchfield Enquirer, 1952, October
(Oversized materials from Box 93, Folder 47)

Series 8: Records Relating to Organizations, 1908-1968, bulk 1930s-1960s
(Boxes 95-101; 6.1 linear feet)

This series contains records relating to other organizations that had business with the League, often regarding events, meetings, and exhibitions held at the League.

The series is arranged as 3 subseries:

8.1: American Institute of Architects (A.I.A.), 1924-1967

The American Institute of Architects subseries contains records of the New York Chapter of the A.I.A, as well as the national organization. Materials include correspondence, the bulletin "Oculus," meeting minutes, schedules, and other miscellaneous records. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
95 31 Agreement With New York Chapter of the A.I.A. (June 1, 1936), 1936-1943
95 32 A.I.A. 1952 Convention, 1951-1952
95 33 A.I.A. Executive Committee, 1967
95 34 A.I.A. General Items, 1965
95 35 A.I.A. List of Officers and Regional Directors, 1959
95 36 A.I.A. Meetings, 1954-1956
95 37 A.I.A. Technical Committee Meeting (Feb. 8, 1951), 1951
95 38 A.I.A. Technical Committee Meeting (Apr. 11, 1951), 1951
95 39 A.I.A., Washington, D.C., 1942-1948
95 40 A.I.A., Washington, D.C., Notes Payable, 1940s
95 41 City Charter Revision, circa 1936
95 42 Correspondence, 1949
95 Correspondence,
95 43 Harry Barrett, A.R.I.B.A., A.I.A., 1958-1959
95 44 Miscellaneous, 1952
95 45 New York Chapter of the A.I.A. and Arch League, 1966
95 46 Correspondence and Announcements, 1967
95 47 D. Everett Waid Estate, circa 1940-1946
95 48-50 New York Chapter of the A.I.A., 1941-1958
(3 folders)
95 51 New York Chapter of the A.I.A. Meetings and Luncheons, circa 1960-1964
Box Folder
96 1 New York Chapter of the A.I.A. Meetings and Luncheons, circa 1960-1964
96 2 New York Chapter of the A.I.A. Schedules of Events, circa 1963-1965
96 3 New York Chapter of the A.I.A. Yearbook, 1924-1925
96 4 New York Chapter (American Society of Landscape Architects) Circulars, circa 1940-1942
96 5 "Oculus," circa 1942-1944
96 6-10 "Oculus" and Bulletins, circa 1961-1966
(5 folders)
96 11 Producers' Council and A.I.A., Gallery "A" (Jan. 24, 1951), 1951
96 12 Secretary 1938-1939, New York Chapter of the A.I.A., 1938-1939
96 13 Weekly Schedules, circa 1965-1966

8.2: National Sculpture Society (N.S.S.), 1912, circa 1935-1960s

The Architectural League of New York and the National Sculpture Society appear to have shared many members and possibly staff, and the N.S.S. rented space in the League building. Found here are correspondence, bank records, invoices and receipts, and other administrative records. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
96 14 Architectural League Bar Menu, circa 1935
96 15 Associate Members, 1940-1941
96 16-19 Audited Bank Statements, 1938-1940
(4 folders)
96 20-21 [Audited?] Bank Statements, 1939-1943
(2 folders)
96 22 [Audited Bank Statements] Vouchers, 1940-1945
Box Folder
97 1-5 [Audited Bank Statements] Vouchers, 1940-1945
(5 folders)
97 6 [Audited] Bank Statements, 1941
97 7-14 Bills Paid, 1937-1945
(8 folders)
97 15 Competitions, circa 1941-1946
97 16-17 1945 Competition and Financial Records, circa 1940-1945
(2 folders)
97 18-20 Correspondence, circa 1941-1946, 1951
(3 folders)
97 21 Correspondence, Banks, 1943-1944
Box Folder
98 Correspondence,
98 1-3 Financial, 1912, circa 1947-1951
(3 folders)
98 4 Miscellaneous Letters, 1945
98 5-6 Replies to Reg. Letter Since Mar. 17, 1937, circa 1936-1945
(2 folders)
98 7 Adolph Weinman, circa 1946-1948
98 8-12 Deposits, 1938-1941
(5 folders)
98 13 [Deposits?], 1940
98 14-16 Deposit Slips, 1940-1945
(3 folders)
98 17 Minutes of Council Meeting, 1944
98 18 Minutes of National Sculpture Society Meetings, 1944, 1948-1949
98 19 Miscellaneous, 1943-1944
98 20 N.S.S. Treasurer 1937-1938, Correspondence Re: Membership Dues, 1937-1939
98 21 N.S.S. Treasurer 1937-1938, Miscellaneous, 1937-1943
98 22 Niemi re: Sculpture Festival Brought Up By May From Whitney, 1940-1941
98 23 Orders Paid (Sept. 1942 to - ), circa 1942-1945
98 24 Pedrick, Lucile, 1941-1943
Box Folder
99 1 Questionnaire (Duplicate Set Sent to Board of Design), 1936-1937
99 2 Receipts, 1945
99 3 "Sculpture: Its Function in the New Architecture," Olindo Grossi, After 1957-1960s

8.3: Various Organizations, 1908, 1922-1968

This subseries includes records documenting the League's involvement with other organizations. Organizations for which there is substantial material include American Fine Arts Society, Fine Arts Federation, National Society of Mural Painters, New York Society of Architects, and The Producers' Council. Materials include administrative files, correspondence, brochures and other printed materials, and some Secretary's Files. Scattered materials related to multiple organizations are filed at the end of the subseries. Folders are arranged alphabetically by organization name.

Box Folder
99 4 A, General, circa 1950-1954
99 5 American Academy in Rome, 1945, 1947, 1956
99 6 American Architectural Foundation, Douglas Orr, 1954
99 7 American Art Annual, 1945
99 8 The American Artists Professional League, 1949-1950
99 9 The American Artists Professional League, Meetings, Pine Room (Sept. 18, 1950 and Every Other Monday), 1950
99 10 American Craftsmen's Education Council, Inc., 1955
99 11-16 American Designers' Institute, 1941-1949
(6 folders)
99 17-22 The American Federation of Arts, 1949-1950
(6 folders)
99 23 American Fine Arts Society, 1922
99 American Fine Arts Society,
99 24 Architects Emergency Committee, circa 1938
99 25 Charter, 1937
99 26 Correspondence, 1925-1940
99 27 Estimates for Skylights, circa 1935-1938
99 28 Galleries Payments, Etc., 1935-1940
99 29 League Representatives, Etc., circa 1928-1941
99 30 League Trustees, Etc., 1937-1941
99 31 Misc. Corres. From 1937 to Present re: Meetings, Etc., 1937-1942
99 32 Reaction vs. A.S.L. and A.F.A.S., circa 1938-1943
99 33 Rental Paid (Mar. 1929 - Sept. 1937), 1928-1937
99 34 American Institute of Decorators, 1942-1943, 1955, 1957
99 35-37 American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1941-1948
(3 folders)
99 American Institute of Graphic Arts,
99 38 Agreement re: Renting Studio and Press Rooms (July 1, 1936 - May 1, 1937), 1936-1937
99 39 Meetings, 1951
99 40 Miss Decker, 1941
99 41 American Institute of Graphic Arts Textbook Clinic, 1946, 1955
99 42-43 American Society of Landscape Architects, 1951-1952, 1964-1965
(2 folders)
99 44 American Society of Landscape Architects, Exhibition (May 16 - June 1, 1949), 1949
99 45 American Society of Landscape Architects, New York Chapter, 1953-1956
99 46 American Swedish News Exchange, 1949
99 47-51 Analytical Psychology Club, 1941-1951
(5 folders)
99 52 Architect's Council, Del Gaudio, President, 1951
99 53 Architect's Council, Meeting, Gallery A (Jan. 8, 1951), 1950
99 54 Architects Office, Inc., 1908, 1950-1952
99 55 Architects Office, Inc., re: Tax Bills Checked by Franklin Savings Bank, circa 1941-1947
99 56 Architectural League and Beaux-Arts, Joint Meetings (Jan. 1942), 1940-1942
99 57 The Architectural League Center, Inc., 1946
99 58-61 Architectural Photographers Association, 1951-1958
(4 folders)
99 62 Art and Music Lovers League, circa 1951
99 63-67 Art Directors Club, 1941-1953
(5 folders)
99 68 Art Education Council, 1944
99 69 Art Students League of New York, circa 1927-1940
99 70 Artists for Victory, 1942-1943
99 71 Artists Guild, 1941
99 72 Audubon Society, circa 1941
99 73-75 Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, circa 1940s-1950s
(3 folders)
99 76 Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, Meetings (Judgments), 1954
99 77 Building Congress, Inc., 1951
99 78 Carnegie Tech., 1952
99 79 Catholic University Alumni New York Chapter, Meeting, circa 1958-1959
99 80 Cherry Lawn Parent Teacher Association, Meeting (Feb. 5, 1952), 1952
99 81 Chinese Architecture, Ely Jacques Kahn, 1944
99 82 Citizen's Committee for the Army and Navy, 1943
99 83 The Commission of Fine Arts, 1951
99 84-87 Construction Specification Institute, Meetings, 1950-1963
(4 folders)
99 88 Cooper Union, Forums Schedule, circa 1955
99 89 Cornell University School of Architecture, circa 1963-1966
99 90 Council for the Advancement of the Negro in Architecture (June 3, 1960), circa 1960-1963
99 91 Council of Presidents, 1953
99 92 Cunningham and Walsh, Inc., Meeting, 1956
99 93 Current Work 1940-1941, Letters From Architectural Societies re: Holding Meetings Here, 1939-1940
99 94 Designers Research Group, 1943-1944
99 95-98 Eastern Division of the Model Yacht Racing Association of America, circa 1950s-1966
(4 folders)
99 99 Educational Council, Correspondence, 1955
99 100 Evans Products Company (Detroit, MI), 1945-1946
Box Folder
100 1-5 Fine Arts Federation of New York, 1940s-1955
(5 folders)
100 Fine Arts Federation of New York,
100 6 The Allied Artists of America, Inc., 1948
100 7 American Society of Landscape Architects, 1948
100 8 Architects for the Mayor's Panel, 1948
100 9 Richard F. Bach, 1947-1949
100 10 Board of Directors, 1949
100 11 Circulars, 1948
100 12 Commissioner Robert Moses, 1948-1949
100 13 Committees (1948-1949), 1948-1949
100 14 Constituent Societies, 1948
100 15 Consulate General of Italy, 1948
100 16 Correspondence to the Mayor, 1939-1948
100 17 Deceased Members, 1948-1949
100 18-20 Fine Arts Federation, Delegates, 1940s, circa 1956-1960s
(3 folders)
100 21 "East Midtown Manhattan," 1948
100 22 Election of Officers (1948), 1944, 1948
100 23 Mayor's Panel for Architects, 1948
100 24 Meeting Notices, 1967
100 25 Minutes, 1947-1949
100 26 National Commission on Fine Arts, 1949
100 27 Nominations for Art Commission (Jan. and Dec., 1948), 1948
100 28 Save Fort Clinton, 1949
100 29 Semi-Annual Meeting Minutes, circa 1954-1956
100 30 Woodbridge - Battery Park, 1942-1943
100 31 Foreign Press Association, Film Show and Meeting (Dec. 12, 1951), 1951
100 32 French Engineers in the United States, Inc., 1944
100 33 General Precision Laboratory and Link Aviation Inc., 1954
100 34 General Secretary, Yosei Amemya, 1949
100 35 Home Economics Women in Business, 1943-1946
100 36 Industrial Decorative Designers Guild, 1958
100 37 Institute Building of Sao Paulo, 1952
100 38 International Association of Art, 1964
100 39 Landmarks Preservation Commission, 1966
100 40 Liturgical Arts Society, 1952
100 41 M.I.T., C.G. Dandrow, 1947
100 42 M.I.T., M.R. McGuire, 1953-1955
100 43 Medallic Art Society, 1950s-1960s
100 44 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1950
100 45 Metropolitan Stereo Club, Meeting 2nd Friday of Each Month, 1956
100 46 Mil-Art Company, 1949
100 47-48 Municipal Art Society, 1943, 1951
(2 folders)
100 49 Municipal Art Society and Architectural League, Joint Meeting (Jan. 23, 1946), 1946
100 50 Museums Council, 1942-1944
100 51 National Academy Association, 1937-1941
100 52-53 National Academy of Design, 1938-1939, 1951
(2 folders)
100 54 National Building Granite Quarries Association, 1944
100 55-56 National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, 1946-1947, circa 1961-1965
(2 folders)
100 57 National Council on the Arts and Government, 1958-1960
100 58 National Institute for Architectural Education, Correspondence, circa 1961-1966
100 59 National Office Manager Association, circa 1963
100 60-61 National Society of Mural Painters, 1939-circa 1963
(2 folders)
100 National Society of Mural Painters,
100 62-64 Meetings, 1950-1951
(3 folders)
100 65 Questionnaires, circa 1936-1937
100 66 Receipts, Misc. Corr. Re: Leaving Premises 115 E. 40th, 1940-1942
100 67 New York Alumni Association of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, 1948-1949
100 68-69 The New York Art Calendars, 1947-1948, circa 1950
(2 folders)
100 70 New York Building Congress, 1940-1941
100 71 New York Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects, 1943
100 72 New York Color Associates, Elizabeth Burris-Meyer, 1946
100 73-74 New York Council of the Arts Sciences and Professions, Inc., 1951-1952
(2 folders)
100 75 New York Society of Architects, 1943-1944
100 76-80 New York Society of Architects, Meetings, 1950s-1964
(5 folders)
100 81 New York Society of Ceramic Arts, 1955
100 82 New York State Association of Architects, 1954-1955
100 New York State Association of Architects,
100 83 Joseph F. Addonizio, Meetings, circa 1959-1964
100 84 Meetings (Apr. 28 and Sept. 8, 1951), 1951
100 85 Henry V. Murphy, 1950-1951
100 86 New York University, 1942
100 87 New York University Conferences and Institutes, circa 1962-1964
100 88 New York Vocational Guidance Association, 1943
100 89 Office of Price Administration, circa 1943-1945
100 90-94 Pictorial Photographers of America, 1941-1950, 1960-1963
(5 folders)
100 95 Pictorial Photographers of America, Mail to be Forwarded, circa 1940-1946
100 96-97 Pictorial Photographers of America, Meetings, 1950s
(2 folders)
100 98 Pratt Architectural Club, Meetings, 1961-1965
100 99 Pratt Institute, William Longyear, 1962-1963
100 100 Pratt Institute Department of Architecture, 1949
Box Folder
101 1 Princeton University Architectural School, 1950
101 2-7 The Producers' Council, 1930-1953
(6 folders)
101 The Producers' Council,
101 8 Agreement, circa 1959-1963
101 9 Arrangement for Facilities, 1951
101 10 Meeting, Dining Room (Jan. 17, 1951), 1950-1951
101 11 Membership List, circa 1941-1943
101 12 Quiet Birdmen, 1942-1944
101 13 Radcliffe Club, 1942-1943
101 14 The Salart Club of New York, 1942
101 15-16 School Art League of New York, circa 1942-1944
(2 folders)
101 17 Sculptors Guild, circa 1946
101 Secretary 1938-1939,
101 18 American Society of Landscape Architects New York Chapter, 1938-1939
101 19 Fine Arts Federation, Arch League Representatives, 1939
101 20 The Municipal Art Society re: Credit Acknowledgements Labels, 1938-1939
101 21 National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, 1939
101 22 Society of Designer-Craftsmen, circa 1938-1939
101 Secretary 1939-1940,
101 23 Battery-Brooklyn Bridge, circa 1939
101 24 Civil Service Commission, circa 1939
101 25 Fine Arts Federation, Representatives, Etc., 1939
101 26 The Municipal Art Society, Sale re: "Art in New York" Guides, 1939-1940
101 27 School of Living, 1939
101 28 U.S. Department of Commerce, 1940
101 29 Secretary 1941-1942, National Council of Registration Boards, 1941-1944
101 30 Secretary 1941-1942, Record of Postage Used by Various Societies (Monthly), circa 1941-1943
101 31 Secretary 1942-1943, Artists for Victory, Inc., circa 1942-1943
101 32 Shaker Village, Meetings, 1950s
101 33 Shaker Village Work Group Meeting, Jerome Count, circa 1958-1965
101 34 Snag Club, 1942
101 35 The Society of American Etchers, 1942-1944
101 36 The Society of Beaux-Arts Architects, 12th Annual Beaux-Arts Ball (Jan. 23, 1931), 1931
101 37 The Society of Designer-Craftsmen, Agreement, 1936-1938, 1941
101 38 Society of Medalists, 1940-1942
101 39 Technology Club of New York, 1946-1947
101 40 Typophiles, Meetings, 1954-1964
101 41 United Public Relations, Meeting, 1958
101 42 United Seamen's Service, 1946-1947
101 43 Veteran Motor Car Club of America, Meeting, circa 1958-1963
101 Various,
101 44 Appointments to Other Organizaitons, circa 1937-1945
101 45 Charges to Other Societies (Time Sheets) From Apr. 1938, 1938-1939, 1941
101 46 Events and Meetings, 1951
101 47 Information on Arts Organizations, 1968
101 48 Inquiries, 1946-1947
101 49 Letters to Clients for New Business, 1952
101 50 List of Colleges and Universities, 1940
101 51 List of League Members, New York Chapter A.I.A., S.B.A.A., and B.A.I.D., circa 1939
101 52 Lists of Other Organizations, 1949, 1952-1953
101 53 Organizations Invited to Use Our Facilities, circa 1951
101 54 Prospects, 1941, circa 1943
101 55 Requests for Next Season Plans, 1954
101 56 Societies Affiliated in General Way With the League, 1945
101 57-59 Societies Renting Rooms for Meetings, circa 1939-1941
(3 folders)

Series 9: Correspondence, 1929-1970
(Boxes 101-103, OV 120; 1.85 linear feet)

The series is arranged as 2 subseries:

9.1: Alphabetical, circa 1930s-1970

Found is correspondence arranged alphabetically by subject or correspondent's last name.

Box Folder
101 60 15 East 48th Street, circa 1940s-1950s
(Oversized material housed in OV 120)
101 61 Appreciation Letters, 1949
101 62 Arwine, Arthur, circa 1942
101 63 Bequests to the Architectural League of New York, 1955
101 64 Biographies, 1952
101 65 [Biographies], 1962
101 66 Biographies, Officials, 1952-1953
101 67 Brainerd, Harry B., Mailing Privileges and Telephone, 1963
101 68 Christmas Carols, 1943-1944
101 69 City Planning Commission Notices, 1966-1967
Box Folder
102 1 Committee re: Contributions #1 Raffle for Zorn Etching, 1938
102 2 Convalescent Cards [Blank], circa 1930s-1950s
102 3 Eidlitz, French, Fink and Markle - Legal 1950-1951, 1948-1955
102 4 Geiffert, Mr. - 194X, circa 1943
102 5 Geiffert, Mr. - Artists in the Navy, circa 1943
102 6-7 Gifts to the Architectural League of New York, 1941-1945
(2 folders)
102 8 Goodwill Week, 1949
102 9 Hering, Henry (Estate of), circa 1949
102 10 Hospitalization, 1945
102 11 Hugh Ferriss' Book, 1950s-1960s
102 12 Kleinsinger, Jane - General Correspondence 1970, 1969-1970
102 13 Lober, Georg, 1944
102 14 Maps - To Determine Distance for Mileage - Membership, circa 1930s-1940s
102 15 Oerhle, William, 1940-1943
102 16 O'Keefe, Mary, 1945-1946
102 17 Publication by Hugh Ferriss 1948-1949, 1949
102 18 Questionnaire Returns, circa 1957-1958
102 19 Save Washington Square, 1947
102 20 Schaefer, Charles (Building Arts), 1964
102 21 Secretary 1935-1936, Requirements for State Registration of Non-Resident Architects, 1933
102 Secretary 1938-1939,
102 22 Gifts to the Architectural League of New York, 1939
102 23 Resolutions - Letters of Thanks, 1938-1939
102 24 Mrs. James C. Rogerson Memorial Service, 1938
102 25 Telegrams, 1938-1939
102 Secretary 1939-1940,
102 26 Billboard Advertising, 1939
102 27 Contributions Solicited, 1939-1940
102 28 Telegrams, 1939
102 29 Shaw, Sam - Legal Matters, 1967
102 30 Stoddard, C.F., Jr., circa 1950s
102 31 Taft-Hartley Act, 1947
102 32 Talent Scout, 1951
102 33 Talent Scout Lists Prior to Sept. 1, 1953, circa 1953-1954
102 34 Talent Scout Reports, circa 1953-1954
102 35 Talent Scout Returns - Sept. 1, 1953 1954, 1953-1954
102 36-38 Telegrams, 1940-1962
(3 folders)
102 39 Thank You Letters 1958-1959, circa 1958-1966
102 40-41 Treadwell, Helen, 1950-1951, 1967
(2 folders)
102 42 Von Dexter, Carlos, re: Settlement of Account With the League, 1942-1943
102 World War II,
102 43 Air Raids, 1942
102 44 Civilian Defense, Greville Rickard, Sub-Committee Chairman, 1940-1941
102 45 Defense Meeting Per Mr. Woodbridge, 1941-1942
102 46 Defense of New York (Correspondence With Secretary of War and Mayor LaGuardia), 1939-1941
102 47 Embassy - Grocery, 1943
102 48 National Defense (National Census of Engineering and Architectural Personnel), circa 1940
102 49 National Defense #2 - Miss Meiere, Chairman, Joint Committee, 1941
102 50 Secretary 1941-1943, City Planning Commission re: Post-War Program, 1942
102 51 Soldiers and Sailors Monument, 1956
102 52 War Memorials, 1945-1948
102 53 War Memorials Speeches, 1940s
Box
OV 120 15 East 48th Street, circa 1940s-1950s
(Oversized material from Box 101, Folder 60)

9.2: Chronological, 1929-1954

Found is correspondence, including Secretary's correspondence, arranged chronologically. It is likely that all of the correspondence in this subseries is Secretary's Files; however, only those specifically labeled as "Secretary" are identified as such in the finding aid.

Box Folder
102 54 Miscellaneous [Membership Correspondence, circa 1933-1941], S, circa 1933-1941
102 55-63 Miscellaneous [Membership Correspondence, circa 1936-1941], A-W, 1929-1941
(9 folders)
Box Folder
103 1-5 Secretary 1938-1939, A-W, circa 1938-1939
(5 folders)
103 6-11 Secretary 1939-1940, A-W, 1937-1940
(6 folders)
103 12 Secretary 1941-1942, A-Z, circa 1941-1943
103 13 Miscellaneous, H, 1941-1942
103 14 Miscellaneous, M, 1941-1943
103 15 Miscellaneous, N, 1941-1942
103 16 Miscellaneous, G, 1949
103 17 Miscellaneous 1949-1950, 1949
103 18-21 Miscellaneous, A-W [1950], 1947-1954
(4 folders)
103 22-26 Miscellaneous, A-W [1951-1952], 1951-1952
(5 folders)
103 27-31 Miscellaneous, B-Z [1952-1953], circa 1951-1954
(5 folders)
103 32 Miscellaneous, B, circa 1952-1954
103 33 Miscellaneous, C, circa 1953-1954

Series 10: Miscellaneous, circa 1936-1968
(Boxes 103-104; 1.3 linear feet)

Folders in this series were collated prior to processing and appear to have been separated from their original files, or were never filed properly. The records have been retained together, rather than interfiled into various series throughout the collection. As such, materials and contents are similar to materials found in other series throughout the collection. There is a significant quantity of correspondence, administrative records, some financial records, and handwritten notes.

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Box Folder
103 34 To Be Sorted and Filed, circa 1936-1941
103 35 Miscellaneous Letters, 1938-1947
103 36-37 Miscellaneous Papers, File Copies [Executive Secretary's Files?], 1940s-1960s
(2 folders)
103 38 Odds and Ends, 1940s-1966
103 39 General, circa 1941-1949
103 40 Correspondence, General Inquiries, circa 1942-1943
103 41 Correspondence re: Hedi Freund Letter (VOA), 1948
103 42 Miscellaneous, 1948-1949
Box Folder
104 1-2 Copies of Miscellaneous Letters, circa 1948-1951
(2 folders)
104 3 Miscellaneous Data, circa 1948-1951
104 4 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1950-1955
104 5 Miscellaneous Papers, 1950s-1960s
104 6 Miscellaneous Papers (1950-1951), 1950s-1960s
104 7 General Correspondence, 1950s-1967
104 8 Miscellaneous Papers, Data, circa 1952-1953
104 9 Miscellaneous Letters Found in Miss Clark's Desk (Oct. 1954), circa 1953-1954
104 10-11 Miscellaneous Letters (1953-1954), circa 1953-1956
(2 folders)
104 12 Miscellaneous Papers, circa 1953-1954
104 13-15 Miscellaneous Papers (1953-1954), circa 1953-1956
(3 folders)
104 16 Miscellaneous Correspondence (1954-1955), circa 1953-1956
104 17 Miscellaneous Correspondence (1956-1957), circa 1954-1958
104 18 Miscellaneous (1957), 1956-1958
104 19 Miscellaneous Correspondence (1958-1959) [Executive Secretary's Files?], circa 1957-1959
104 20 Miscellaneous Correspondence (1959-1960) [Executive Secretary's Files?], circa 1959-1960
104 21 Miscellaneous Correspondence (1960-1961) [Executive Secretary's Files?], circa 1960-1961
104 22 Miscellaneous Correspondence (1961-1962), circa 1954-1962
104 23 General Correspondence [Executive Committee], 1967
104 24 Miscellaneous Data, circa 1967-1968

Series 11: Photographic Materials, 1896-1960s
(Boxes 105-108, 112, OVs 121-128; 4.3 linear feet)

This series includes black and white photographs, a handful of colored photographs, and negatives of exhibitions, buildings, events, and portraits, as well as scattered related correspondence and printed materials. Also found are nearly 350 lantern slides of buildings, architectural details, and landmarks. Generally, circa dates are based on period indicators in the photographs, such as clothing, car models, etc.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
105 1-2 "40 Under 40", 1966
(2 folders)
105 3 [37th Annual Exhibition], circa 1922
(Oversized material housed in Box 112, Folder 1)
105 4-5 52nd Annual Exhibition, 1938
(2 folders)
105 6 Annual Exhibition Yearbook, Negatives, circa 1920s
105 7 Architects, Kahn and Jacobs, circa 1950s-1960s
105 8 Architects, Edward Lehmann, circa 1940s-1960s
105 9 Architects, Ralph Walker, circa 1960s
(Oversized material housed in Box 112, Folder 2)
105 10 Architectural League of New York Building, circa 1920s-1950s
(Oversized material housed in Box 112, Folder 3)
105 11-12 "The Architecture of Trees," Negatives, circa 1960s
(2 folders)
105 13 Correspondence Related to Photographs, 1954
105 14 Designers, E.H. Praeger, circa 1950s-1960s
105 15 Dinner [House Committee], circa 1950s
105 16 Exhibitions, circa 1920-1925
105 17 Exhibitions: Photographs of Renderings, Murals, Sculptures, Etc., circa 1910s-1940s
(Oversized material housed in Box 112, Folders 4-5)
105 18 Fall Outing (1949) to Philip Johnson's House, 1950
105 19 Hugh Ferriss Memorial Exhibition (Feb. 19 - Mar. 8, 1962), 1962
105 20-21 Greenley, Howard [Architectural League Building], circa 1925
(2 folders)
105 22 Interior Shots, circa 1946-1950
105 23 International Fine Arts Council, 1954
(Oversized material housed in Box 112, Folder 6)
105 24 "The Judgment of Paris" and Miscellaneous, 1914, circa 1920s
(Oversized material housed in Box 112, Folder 7)
105 25 Lantern Slides, circa 1910s-1940s
(349 slides housed in Boxes 106-107)
105 26 League Picnic, circa 1930s-1940s
105 27 League Seal, circa 1940s-1960s
105 28 Julian Clarence Levi 90th Birthday Party (Dec. 9, 1964), 1964
105 29 Marco Polo Extras [House Committee], circa 1950s
105 30-33 Miscellaneous, circa 1910s-1930s
(4 folders)
105 34 Miscellaneous Events, circa 1940s-1950s
105 35 Murals, circa 1950s-1960s
105 36 [National Gold Medal] Design and Craftsmanship, Robert Sowers, 1950s
105 37-38 National Gold Medal Exhibitions, 1945, circa 1960s
(2 folders)
105 39 National Gold Medal Presentation (Mar. 18, 1954), 1954
105 40 Pan-American Terminal, New York International Airport, circa 1950s
105 41 Past Presidents, circa 1950s-1960s
105 42 Past Presidents and Distinguished Members, 1953
105 43 Photographers - League Members, 1947-1949
105 44 Photographs from a Volume Presented to the League Library by Mr. C. Vanderbilt, 1896
(Oversized material housed in OVs 121-128)
105 45 Portrait, James Johnson Sweeney, Solomon Guggenheim Museum, 1953
105 46 Portrait Committee, circa 1935-1941
105 47 Portrait Committee, Horace Moran, Chairman, 1920s-1940s
105 48 Rollins, Henry; Mills Fellowship in Sculpture, 1966
105 49 Samuel Paley Plaza, circa 1960s
105 Sculptors,
105 50 Block, Adolph, circa 1940s-1950s
105 51 Carr, Sally Swan, circa 1940s-1960s
105 52 Féron, Louis, 1957
105 53 Hancock, Walter, Honorable Mention in Sculpture, circa 1950s-1960s
105 54 Kreis, Henry, circa 1950s
105 55 Nivola, Costantino, 1960
105 56 Richard, Betti, circa 1950s-1960s
Box Folder
108 Sculptors,
108 1 Rollins, Henry, 1966
108 2 Stevens, Lawrence Tenney, circa 1940s-1950s
108 3 Zorach, William, circa 1940s-1950s
108 4 Sculpture Competition, City of New York Department of Public Works, 1957
108 5 Secretary 1941-1942, Harry Townsend's Pictures Called For, 1941
108 6 Secretary 1941-1942, Past Presidents and Distinguished Members, 1941
108 7 Selections from 1923-1924 Exhibition Catalog, Negatives, circa 1924
Box
106 Lantern Slides, circa 1910s-1940s
(3 boxes of lantern slides, Materials from Box 105, Folder 25)
  • Cartoons
  • Chicago World's Fair
  • Drawings
  • Floor Plans
  • King Solomon's Temple
  • Landscapes
  • Maps
  • Memorials
  • Reconstructions and Paintings
  • Sections
Box
107 Lantern Slides, circa 1910s-1940s
(2 shoeboxes of lantern slides, Materials from Box 105, Folder 25)
  • Aerial
  • Banks
  • Bridges
  • Buildings
  • Construction
  • Decorations and Objects
  • Doors
  • Interiors
  • Religious Centers
  • Residences
  • Stadiums
  • Theaters
Box Folder
112 1 [37th Annual Exhibition], circa 1922
(Oversized material from Box 105, Folder 3)
112 2 Architects, Ralph Walker, circa 1960s
(Oversized material from Box 105, Folder 9)
112 3 Architectural League of New York Building, circa 1930s-1950s
(Oversized material from Box 105, Folder 10)
112 4-5 Exhibitions: Photographs of Renderings, Murals, Sculptures, Etc., circa 1910s-1940s
(2 folders filed at bottom of box due to size, Oversized material from Box 105, Folder 17)
112 6 International Fine Arts Council, 1954
(Oversized material from Box 105, Folder 23)
112 7 "The Judgment of Paris" and Miscellaneous, 1914, circa 1920s
(Oversized material from Box 105, Folder 24)
Box
OVs 121-128 Photographs from a Volume Presented to the League Library by Mr. C. Vanderbilt, 1896
(Oversized material from Box 105, Folder 44)

Series 12: Scrapbooks, 1880s-1960s
(Boxes 108-109, 113-115, BVs 145-148; 2.2 linear feet)

Found are eight scrapbooks of clippings from 1880s-1960s, most of which have preservation concerns. Also found are seven scrapbooks of notices and printed materials from the Architectural League of New York from 1925-1930; a scrapbook of signatures of event attendees; a clippings scrapbook compiled by Hamilton M. Wright; and a scrapbook of the Archeological Institute of America.

Scrapbooks are arranged chronologically.

Box Folder
108 8 Archeological Institute of America Scrapbook, circa 1880s
(Separated material housed in Box 114, Folder 2)
108 9 Clippings Scrapbooks, 1880s-1890s
(Separated material housed in Box 114, Folder 3)
108 10 Clippings Scrapbooks, circa 1890-1894
(Oversized material housed in Box 113, Folder 1)
108 11 Clippings Scrapbooks, circa 1892-1896
(Separated material housed in Box 115, Folder 1)
108 12 Clippings Scrapbooks, circa 1896-1897
(Separated material housed in Box 115, Folder 2)
108 13 Clippings Scrapbook from Hamilton M. Wright, 1925-1926
(Oversized material housed in Box 113, Folder 2)
108 14 Scrapbook of Signatures, 1925-1926
(Oversized material housed in Box 113, Folder 3)
108 15-16 Notices and Printed Materials Scrapbook (Dec. 1925-Dec. 1930), 1925-1930
(2 folders)
Box Folder
109 1-5 Notices and Printed Materials Scrapbook (Dec. 1925-Dec. 1930), 1925-1930
(5 folders)
Box Folder
113 1 Clippings Scrapbook, circa 1890-1894
(Oversized material from Box 108, Folder 10)
113 2 Clippings Scrapbook from Hamilton M. Wright, 1925-1926
(Oversized material from Box 108, Folder 13)
113 3 Scrapbook of Signatures, 1925-1926
(Oversized material from Box 108, Folder 14)
Box Folder
114 2 Archeological Institute of America Scrapbook, circa 1880s
(Separated material from Box 108, Folder 8; preservation concern, possible mold)
114 3 Clippings Scrapbook, 1880s-1890s
(Separated material from Box 108, Folder 9; preservation concern, possible mold)
Box Folder
115 1 Clippings Scrapbook, circa 1892-1896
(Separated material from Box 108, Folder 11; preservation concern, possible mold)
115 2 Clippings Scrapbook, circa 1896-1897
(Separated material from Box 108, Folder 12; preservation concern, possible mold)
Box
BV 145 Clippings Scrapbook, 1891-1900
Box
BV 146 Clippings Scrapbook, 1917-1924
Box
BV 147 Clippings Scrapbook, 1935-1948
Box
BV 148 Clippings Scrapbook, 1950s-1960s