Pulos, Arthur J., b. 1917 d. 1997
Educator, Industrial designer, Silversmith, Historian
Active in Syracuse, N.Y.
Collection size: 61.7 linear feet
Collection Summary: Correspondence, notes, sketches and renderings, exhibition and subject files, teaching files, financial records and clippings document Pulos' career and involvement in industrial design and crafts organizations.
ADDITION: Biographical information; correspondence; writings and notes; teaching files; drawings; and research files. The bulk of the addition pertains to his years as head of industrial design at Syracuse University and his professional writings and affiliations relating to industrial design.
Biographical/Historical Note: Silversmith, industrial designer, educator, author, Syracuse, N.Y. Born 1917. Died Jan. 15, 1997. Taught design for several years at the University of Illinois and at Syracuse University where he also chaired the Dept. of Industrial Design. Founded and managed Pulos Design Associates. Involved in many crafts and industrial design organizations and author of several books.
Donated by Arthur J. Pulos, 1983-1994 and in 1997 by Pulos' widow Elizabeth and their three children.
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Also in the Archives
- Oral history interview with Arthur J. Pulos, 1980 July 31-1982 Dec. 5
- Image and Media Gallery items from other collections related to Pulos, Arthur J.