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Esther McCoy papers, 1876-1990, bulk, 1938-1989

Contents and Arrangement

The collection is arranged into 10 series:

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Series 1: Biographical and Family Material , 1881-1989
(Box 1, 48; 0.6 linear feet)

Material found in this series includes resumes, wills, awards, address books, passports and other official identification, as well as a transcript from an interview of McCoy from 1984. One folder contains biographical statements, publication lists, and resumes for McCoy with related notes and correspondence. Also found is a notebook of a radical writers group, correspondence and legal documentation relating to a property dispute in Santa Monica, California, and documentation regarding McCoy witnessing a raid on the John Reed Club in Los Angeles.
The two folders of material relating to Theodore Dreiser include a transcript of proceedings for his funeral in 1945, Dreiser's pen knife, and two newspaper articles written by McCoy. There is a wallet that presumably belonged to R.M. Schindler and contains Schindler's business cards and fragments from a 1918 calendar with notes.
This series also contains McCoy family documents including genealogy notes, memorabilia, and reports of deaths. Unless the name of another family member is mentioned in the folder title it can be assumed that material found here relates specifically to Esther McCoy, with the exception of a folder of wills, which contains a 1948 letter relating to James L. McCoy's will.
Records are arranged alphabetically by folder title.
This series has been scanned in its entirety.
Description Container
Address Books, circa 1940s-1980s
1
1-2
Affidavit of McCoy's Christening, Medical Report, 1939, 1942
1
3
Autograph Books, Katie Mae McCoy, 1881-1892
1
4
Awards, 1961-1989
(oversized items housed in OV 48)
1
5-6
Biographical Statements, Publication List, and Resumes, circa 1948-1989
1
7
Business Cards, circa mid-1900s
1
8
Certificates Belonging to Berkeley Tobey, 1907, 1948
1
9
Deposition: Esther McCoy vs. Greyhound, Inc., 1959
1
10
Documentation, Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc., 1942-1943
1
11
Documentation and Letters, McCoy's Trip to Europe, circa 1926-1928
1
12
Documentation, Raid on Los Angeles John Reed Club, 1933
1
13
Drivers License, Social Security Card, and Identification Card, 1937, 1957, 1963, 1979
1
14
Family Genealogy Notes, circa 1950s-1980s
1
15
Family Memorabilia and Printed Material, 1908-1963
1
16
"Hollywood Writers Radical Group" Notebook, circa 1940s
1
17
Interview Transcript, Ester McCoy Interviewed by Makoto Watanabe, 1984
1
18
Items belonging to Clarence McCoy, 1889-1919
1
19
News Clippings and Papers regarding death of Frank McCoy, 1939-1940
1
20
Passports, 1927, 1956-1982
1
21
Report of Death, Berkeley Tobey, 1962
1
22
Request for Birth Certificate, Katie Mae McCoy, 1956
1
23
R.M. Schindler Wallet and Contents, circa 1918
1
24
Santa Monica Residence Problems, 1959-1980
1
25-28
Theodore Dreiser Material, 1939-1986
1
29-30
Wills, 1947, 1948, 1962, 1966, 1977
1
31
Oversized Awards, 1961-1989
(Scanned with Box 1, Folders 5-6)
OV 48

Series 2: Correspondence , 1896-1989
(Boxes 1-6, 4.9 linear feet)

This series contains copies of McCoy's outgoing letters and incoming letters focusing on her personal relationships with family, friends, and lovers, and general correspondence relating primarily to her work as a writer.
The series is organized into three subseries:
2.1: Family Correspondence, 1896-1988
2.2: Personal Correspondence, 1908-1989
2.3: General Correspondence, 1922-1989
2.1: Family Correspondence, 1896-1988
DescriptionContainer
Hahn, Ruth McCoy, to James L. and Katie Mae McCoy, circa 1924-1961
1
32
McCoy, Clarence, to Esther McCoy, 1948-1962
1
33
McCoy, Clarence, to James L. and Katie Mae McCoy, 1919, 1937-1955
1
34
McCoy, Esther, correspondence with Ruth McCoy Hahn, circa 1938-1977, 1988
1
35-37
McCoy, Esther, correspondence with James L. and Katie Mae McCoy, 1917-1939
1
38-42
McCoy, Esther, correspondence with James L. and Katie Mae McCoy, 1940-1944
1
43-47
McCoy, Esther, correspondence with James L. and Katie Mae McCoy, 1945-1949
1
48-52
McCoy, Esther, correspondence with James L. and Katie Mae McCoy, 1950-1954
1
53-57
McCoy, Esther, correspondence with James L. and Katie Mae McCoy, 1955-1963
2
1-5
McCoy, Frank, to Esther McCoy, 1938
2
6
McCoy, Frank, Personal and Business Correspondence, 1924-1938
2
7
McCoy, James L., Personal and Business Correspondence, 1920-1945
2
8-10
McCoy, John, to Esther McCoy, circa 1940s-1950, 1975-1977
2
11
McCoy, Julia Stephens, to Frank McCoy, 1928-1937
2
12
McCoy, William, to Esther McCoy, 1952
2
13
Various Family Members, 1896-1916, 1933-circa 1970s
2
14-16
2.2: Personal Correspondence, 1908-1989
DescriptionContainer
Babb, Dorothy, 1951, 1954
2
17
Bradbury, Ray, 1958-1989
2
18
Brand, Millen and Helen, 1948-1951, 1958
2
19
Collier, John and Harriet, circa 1953-1978
2
20-21
Darrow, Clarence, to Geoffrey Eaton, February 23, 1928
2
22
Dreiser, Helen, circa 1939-1955
2
23
Dreiser, Theodore, circa 1924-1943
2
24-28
Dreiser, Theodore, Undated Letters, circa 1926-1938
2
29
Dreiser, Vera, 1952
2
30
Durden, Jim, 1951-1985
2
31
Eaton, Geoffrey, 1926-1929
2
32-37
Eaton, Geoffrey, Undated Letters, circa 1926-1929
2
38-39
Evans, Jean, 1941-1979
2
40-41
Grainger, Boyne (Bonnie), 1931-1950s
2
42
Grotz, Dorothy, Paul and Stefan, circa 1958-1989
2
43
Hanson, Ruth, circa 1967-1989
2
44-45
Hunt, Nolya, circa 1923-1951
(includes photographs, possibly of Hunt, and illustrated letters)
2
46-48
Kahn, Gordon, circa 1951-1953
2
49-51
Kuifer, John, circa 1924-1925
2
52
Lee, Cora Vernon, Regarding Lee's Estate, 1952-1953
2
53
Metz, Kathryn (Kay), 1951, 1961-1989
(includes an original print by Metz)
3
1-8
Mitchell, John, 1928-1933
3
9-11
Mitchell, John, Undated Letters, circa 1928-1933
3
12-14
Mitchell, John, Personal and Business Correspondence, 1929-1932
3
15
Mumford, Lewis, 1953-1963, 1974
3
16
Powys, John Cowper, 1934, 1948
3
17
Read, Allan, 1928, 1935-1938, circa 1952
3
18
Robert, Albert, circa 1925, 1932-1934
3
19-21
Robert, Albert, circa 1935
3
22-26
Robert, Albert, 1936-1942
3
27-32
Robert, Albert, Undated Letters, circa 1932-1942
3
33-48
Robert, Albert, Undated Letters, circa 1932-1942
4
1-6
Robert, Albert, Photographs found with Letters to Esther McCoy, circa 1930s
4
7
Robert, Albert, Personal and Business Correspondence, 1930-1940
4
8
Spence, Andy and Sique, 1977-1989
4
9
Swanberg, William A., 1962-1965
4
10
Tobey, Berkeley, circa 1944-1959
4
11-14
Tobey, Berkeley, Personal and Business Correspondence, 1908-1909
4
15
Tobey, Berkeley, Personal and Business Correspondence, 1922-1940
4
16-19
Tobey, Berkeley, Personal and Business Correspondence, 1941-1952
4
20-23
University of Pennsylvania (regarding her donation of Dreiser's letters), 1950-1951
4
24
Van der Velde, Edward, 1928
4
25
Vick, John, 1923
4
26
Vick, John, 1924
4
27-31
Vick, John, 1925-1927
(includes photographs of Vick)
4
32-35
Vick, John, Undated Letters, circa 1923-1927
4
36
Weigel, Henrietta, 1955
4
37
2.3: General Correspondence, 1922-1989
DescriptionContainer
General Correspondence, 1922-1929
4
38
General Correspondence, 1946-1952
4
39-42
General Correspondence, 1953-1959
4
43-46
General Correspondence, 1960-1965
4
47-51
General Correspondence, 1966-1968
5
1-4
General Correspondence, 1969-1970
5
5-8
General Correspondence, 1971-1973
5
9-13
General Correspondence, 1974
5
14-16
General Correspondence, 1975
5
17-19
General Correspondence, 1976-1978
5
20-24
General Correspondence, 1979
5
25-27
General Correspondence, 1980-1981
5
28-32
General Correspondence, 1982-1983
5
33-37
General Correspondence, 1984
5
38-41
General Correspondence, 1985
5
42-44
General Correspondence, 1986
5
45-47
General Correspondence, 1987
6
1-4
General Correspondence, 1988
6
5-7
General Correspondence, 1989
6
8-10
Undated Correspondence, A-Z, circa 1940s-1980s
6
11-14
Undated and Unidentified Correspondence, circa 1940s-1980s
6
15

Series 3: Personal Writings , 1919-1989
(Boxes 6-14; 8.1 linear ft.)

This series contains writings not directly relating to McCoy's career as an architectural historian and critic. Included are scattered diaries, drafts of her personal memoirs, and numerous notebooks. Also found are drafts of published and unpublished works of fiction written by McCoy, and writings by McCoy's friends and colleagues.
The series is organized into five subseries:
3.1: Diaries, 1919-1972
3.2: Notebooks, circa 1930s-1983
3.3: Memoirs, circa 1940s-1989
3.4: Fiction, circa 1929-1988
3.5: Writings by Others, circa 1920s-1989, undated
3.1: Diaries, 1919-1972
DescriptionContainer
Diary, "Sophomore Days, Volume 1,", 1919
6
16
Diary, "Sophomore Days, Book 3,", 1919
6
17
Diary, early 1920s
6
18
Diary, 1922-1924
6
19
Diary, 1926
6
20
"Journal: 1972 Trip to London, Paris, Vienna, Venice, Milan,", 1972
6
21
"Diary of European Tour," Katie Mae McCoy, 1956
6
22
"Diary of Alaskan Trip," Katie Mae McCoy, 1957
6
23
3.2: Notebooks, circa 1930s-1983
DescriptionContainer
Notebook, circa 1930s
6
24
Notebooks, circa 1940s
6
25-26
Notebooks, 1950-1954
6
27-30
Notebooks, 1955
6
31-35
Notebooks, 1956
6
36-37
Notebooks, 1956
7
1-3
Notebooks, 1957
7
4-7
Notebooks, 1958-1959
7
8-12
Notebooks, circa 1950s
7
13-36
Notebooks, 1960-1962
8
1-5
Notebooks, 1963-1969
8
6-10
Notebooks, circa 1960s
8
11-23
Notebooks, 1970-1972
8
24-28
Notebooks, 1973-1974
8
29-32
Notebooks, 1975-1976
8
33-34
Notebooks, 1976-1983
9
1-4
Notebooks, circa 1970s
9
5
Loose Pages from Notebooks, circa 1940s-1950s
9
6
3.3: Memoirs, circa 1940s-1989
DescriptionContainer
[About Her Mother], circa 1960s
9
7
[Abraham Christopher Columbus III], circa 1960s
9
8
[Annie the Dog], circa 1970s
9
9
"Auction at Four-Ten" ("Daga at Four-Ten"), circa 1950s
9
10
"The Dream,", circa 1975
9
11
"Driving in England,", circa 1950s
9
12
"Family Eating: 1919" and "Family Reading: 1919,", 1958
9
13
"Geoff/Bo: Paris,", circa 1950s
9
14
"Happy Birthday RMS,", circa 1950
9
15
[Malibu in the 1930s], circa 1960s
9
16
"My Life in the Arts,", cira 1963
9
17
"My Summer in the Museum of Modern Art,", 1946-1947
9
18
[New York in the 1920s], circa 1950s
9
19
"Outward Journey,", 1946-1947
9
20
"A Pail of Roasting Ears,", 1955
9
21
"Patchin Place,", circa 1950s
9
22
"Reading," ("How to Read"), circa 1940s
9
23
"Robert Venturi: To Whom it May Concern,", 1987-1988
9
24
"Story of Jean,", circa 1950s
9
25
[Theodore Dreiser,], circa 1960s-1989
9
26
Loose Notes on 1974 Presidential Impeachment, 1974
9
27
Notes and Fragments Writings for Memoirs, circa 1950-1960s, 1979
9
28
3.4: Fiction, circa 1929-1988
DescriptionContainer
Records of Published and Unpublished Writings (incomplete), circa 1940s-1950s
9
29
Stories Submitted to H.L. Mencken, 1943
9
30
7 O'Clock Train from Rome, circa 1957
9
31
1849: New York City, circa 1940s
9
32
The Adoption, 1960
9
33
And Devoutly Kneeling, circa 1940s
9
34
Anna's Eye ( Mourning Bride), circa 1940s
9
35-36
The Bearer and the Borne, 1946
9
37
Bifel In That Season ( In That Season On That Day), circa 1950s
9
38
The Big Project, circa 1960
9
39
Big Town, circa 1950s
9
40
Blackberry Winter, 1930
9
41
The Blindness of Mrs. Moore, circa 1950
9
42
Blonde Bomber ( The Impossible Takes Longer), circa 1942
9
43
The Blue Rug, 1962
9
44
The Bonzai Tree ( The Earthward Tree), 1960
9
45-46
The Boy Lost Forever ( Beefy Brenda), circa 1950s
9
47
[Brasilia] (Fragments), circa 1959-1961
9
48
But Not Love, 1938
9
49
The Candy Kid, circa 1950s
9
50
The Cape, 1946-1949
9
51
Cause of Death ( The Window), circa 1950s
9
52
The Character of Lucy Barr, 1948
9
53
A Circuit Rider's Wife, circa 1940s
9
54
The Client, circa 1955
9
55
The Coffee is All Right ( The Clinic), circa 1950s
9
56
Cover Shot, circa 1940s
9
57
Dance of Death, 1942
9
58
The Day of the Twenty-Third Confession, circa 1950
9
59
The Day the Picassos Were Gone, circa 1940s
9
60
Dear Jim, circa 1940s
9
61
Divorce in Cuernavaca, circa 1950s
9
62
A Dog Poisoner, 1953
9
63
Don't Make Me Cry, circa 1940s
9
64
Duffy, Manuel, and the Aquaduct, circa 1940s
9
65
The Dummy, circa 1940s
9
66
Emergency, circa 1959
9
67
Fairy Story, circa 1929
9
68
The Family Plot, 1949-1951
9
69
Family Style: Circa 1920, circa 1950s
9
70
The Featherbed Rut, 1961-1962
10
1-2
Fire Bug, 1963
10
3
The Fire in the Moon, circa 1959
10
4
The Giver and the Gift, circa 1960
10
5
Goodtime Charley, circa 1946
10
6
The Hidden One, 1946-1952
10
7
High Heels, 1948-1950
10
8
High Street, circa 1940s
10
9
The House, circa 1950s
10
10
The House That Refused to Die, circa 1950s
10
11
I Am Roger, circa 1955
10
12
I Call to Simon, circa 1950s
10
13
If You Wait Long Enough, 1936
10
14
The Important House, 1948, 1963
10
15
Is She a Teenage Mother?, circa 1968
10
16
June is the Cruelest Month, Draft 1, circa 1988
10
17-18
June is the Cruelest Month, Draft 2, circa 1988
10
19
June is the Cruelest Month, Draft 3, circa 1988
10
20-21
June is the Cruelest Month, Draft 4, circa 1988
10
22-24
June is the Cruelest Month, Draft 5, circa 1988
10
25-26
June is the Cruelest Month, Draft Fragments and Notes, circa 1988
10
27-29
The Lady from the Sea, circa 1947
10
30
LA, LA, Draft 1, circa 1960s
10
31
LA, LA, Draft 2, circa 1960s
10
32
LA, LA, Draft 3, circa 1968
11
1
LA, LA, Draft 4, circa 1960s
11
2-3
LA, LA, Draft 5, 1968-1969
11
4
LA, LA, Draft Fragments, circa 1968-1969
11
5
LA, LA, Notes and Printed Material, circa 1950-1968
11
6
Land Gerard, Draft 1, circa 1940s-1960s
11
7
Land Gerard, Draft 2, circa 1940s-1960s
11
8-11
Land Gerard, Draft 3, circa 1940s-1960s
11
12
Land Gerard, Draft 4, circa 1940s-1960s
11
13-15
Land Gerard, Draft 5, circa 1940s-1960s
11
16-18
Land Gerard, Draft Fragments, circa 1940s-1960s
11
19
Leo Gallagher, circa 1940s
11
20
Lily Bird, 1941-1946
11
21
Limbo, 1938
11
22
Listen Caroline, 1942
11
23
Lost Sister, circa 1950s
11
24
Luke, 1943-1945
11
25
Main Street, Heaventown, circa 1940s
11
26
The Male Grapes, 1946-1947
11
27
The Man Who Dreamed of Murder ( Suspense), circa 1940s
11
28
The Man Who Remembered Everything, 1958
11
29
The Man With the Birthmark, circa 1953
11
30
Miss Vanity Fair, circa 1940s
11
31
The Mortgage, circa 1951
11
32
Mother Lies in the Baggage Coach, 1943-1945
11
33
Murder at the Oleanders, circa 1940s
11
34
Murder to Music, circa 1940s
11
35
The New Terrain, 1954-1957
11
36
The Old House, circa 1940s
11
37
One and Divisible, 1943-1947, 1958
11
38
People Never Learn, 1936
11
39
The Pepper Tree, Drafts, circa 1941-1948
12
1-3
The Pepper Tree, Notes and Related Writings, circa 1940s
12
4
The Pepper Tree, Research Material, 1941-1947
12
5
The Pepper Tree, Published Copies, 1953
12
6
The Pickpocket Murder, circa 1948
12
7
A Poem About War Ending, 1946-1947
12
8
Poetry, circa 1970-1985
12
9
The Print, circa 1943
12
10
The Quarrel ( The Summer House), 1950-1951
12
11
The Quiet Season ( The Woman Who Was Trained), 1948-1951
12
12
Remind God, 1937
12
13
Return, 1945
12
14
Robin's Sister, 1945-1950
12
15
The Sin of Puppchen Graff, 1947
12
16
The Snapshot, 1947
12
17
Solitaire, 1932
12
18
The Special Delivery Letter, 1954-1956
12
19
Stay With Me Flagons, circa 1940s
12
20
St. Bernard, circa 1940s
12
21
St. Stephen, 1943
12
22
Suicide Clinic, circa 1940s
12
23
The Sweet Gum Tree, circa 1946
12
24
The Sweet River Trip, circa 1950s
12
25
Tell Me, Tell Me, 1937
12
26
There's No Place To Run, circa 1950s
12
27
They Designed it Themselves, 1951
12
28
Tomorrow's Soldier, circa 1950s
12
29
Trouble With Phillip ( The Lightening Holes), 1944-1951
12
30
The Try-Out ( The Summer House), 1962
12
31
Two Dollar Job, 1937
12
32
Uncle Haz and the Leafage, 1946
12
33
Uncle Walt and the Dalton Boys, circa 1950
12
34
The U. S. Marshalls Mrs. Bounds Knew (See Also Uncle Walt and the Dalton Boys), 1937
12
35
Valentine's II Less Six, circa 1947
12
36
The Vickery Job, Draft 1, Book 1, circa 1970s
12
37
The Vickery Job, Draft 2, Book 1, circa 1970s
12
38
The Vickery Job, Draft 2, Book 2, circa 1970s
12
39
The Vickery Job, Draft 3, circa 1970s
12
40
The Vickery Job, Draft 4, Book 3, circa 1970s
12
41
The Vickery Job, Draft 5, Book 1, circa 1970s
12
42
The Vickery Job, Draft 5, Book 2, circa 1970s
12
43
The Vickery Job, Draft 6, Book 1, circa 1970s
12
44
The Vickery Job, Draft 6, Book 2, circa 1970s
12
45
The Vickery Job, Draft Fragments, circa 1970s
12
46
The Vickery Job, Notes, circa 1968-1977
12
47
The Voices, 1944-1951
13
1
Ward and Associates, Draft 1, circa 1960s
13
2-4
Ward and Associates, Draft 2, circa 1960s
13
5-6
Ward and Associates, Draft 3, circa 1960s
13
7-8
Ward and Associates, Draft 4, circa 1960s
13
9-11
Ward and Associates, Draft Fragments, circa 1960s
13
12-16
Ward and Associates, Outlines and Notes, circa 1960s
13
17-19
Ward and Associates, Source Material, circa 1963-1969
13
20
When Writing Mention This Number, circa 1950
13
21
The Wind's Eye, Draft 1, circa 1949
13
22
The Wind's Eye, Draft 2, circa 1949
13
23-24
The Wind's Eye, Draft 3, Part 1, circa 1949
13
25
The Wind's Eye, Draft 3, Part 2, circa 1949
13
26
The Wind's Eye, Draft 3, Part 3, circa 1949
13
27
The Wind's Eye, Draft 4, Part 2, circa 1949
13
28
Work for the Night is Coming, 1943-1944
14
1
Untitled Writings, Fragments, and Notes, circa 1940s-1970s
14
2-3
3.5: Writing by Others, circa 1920s-1989, undated
DescriptionContainer
Denise Scott Brown, "Knowing Esther McCoy" and "Esther McCoy and The Second Generation,", 1988-1989
14
4
J. K. Cruz, "Pressure at Their Respective Crises Zones" ("The Variances"), circa 1970s
14
5
Jean Evans, "Three Studies in Conflict,", circa 1952
14
6
Jean Evans, "The Golden Years (Introduction),", undated
14
7
Yona Friedman, "A Research Program for a Scientific Method of Planning,", undated
14
8
Cecil Gray, "Chameleon's Dish,", undated
14
9
Paul Sterling Hoag, "Wisdom From the Doheny's Back Hall,", 1987
14
10
Raymond Marcel, "Builders and Humanists: The Renaissance Popes as Patrons of the Arts,", 1966
14
11-13
Gabriel Garcia Maroto, "Popular Architecture in Mexico,", undated
14
14
Mrs. J. L. McCoy, "A Fictionalized Story of the Book of Philemon,", undated
14
15
John Mitchell, Various Writings, circa 1920s-1930s
14
16-18
Paul B. Ohannesian, "Letters from Pauline Schindler: 1969-1977,", circa 1977
14
19
Albert Eide Parr, "Paths of Dispersal and Encounter in the City,", circa 1970
14
20
Albert Robert, "Temporary Gentlemen,", circa 1930s
14
21
Stephen Spender, "I Think Continually?,", 1934
14
22
Pierre St. Clement (Albert Robert), "Heroism and Other Magic,", circa 1930s
14
23
Eleanor Walker, "The Nineteen Forty-Niners of Malibu Hills,", circa 1949
14
24
Evans Woollen, "Towards an Architecture of Process,", 1984
14
25
Various Authors, Department of Architecture, National Institute of Fine Arts, Mexico, Conference Presentations, 1954
14
26
Unidentified Authors, Miscellaneous Writings, 1949, 1971, undated
14
27

Series 4: Architectural Writings , 1908-1990
(Boxes 14-24, 42, 49, 50; 10.2 linear feet)

McCoy published numerous articles, essays, books, and exhibition catalogs about modern architecture. She also lectured extensively on this subject. This subseries contains records of her research for, and publication of, these writings and lectures. Found here is correspondence relating to her research; drafts; financial records; printed material including publicity for, and reviews of, her work; research material; and related photographs.
The series is arranged as 5 subseries:
4.1: Books, 1908-1988
4.2: Exhibition Catalogs, circa 1942-1990
4.3: Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers, 1948-1989
4.4: Lectures, 1960-1988
4.5: Other Writings and Research Notes, 1937-1989, undated
4.1: Books, 1908-1988
DescriptionContainer
Photograph of Publications (Books), circa 1970s
14
28
Collier's Encyclopedia, "Richard Josef Neutra,", 1959, 1985
14
29
Contemporary Architects, Various Essays, 1978-1985
14
30
Craig Ellwood: Architecture (1969)
Drafts, circa 1968
14
31
Project Documents, 1967-1970
14
32
Five California Architects (1960, 1975)
Acknowledgements and Introduction, circa 1975
14
33
Captions and Credits, 1959
14
34
Correspondence (photocopies), 1908, 1911-1918, 1936
14
35
Correspondence, circa 1956-1963
14
36-38
Correspondence, 1967-1987
14
39-40
Drafts and Notes, Irving Gill, 1950s
14
41-46
Drafts and Notes, Bernard Maybeck, 1950s
14
47-49
Drafts and Notes, Bernard Maybeck, 1950s
15
1-2
Drafts and Notes, R. M. Schindler, 1950s
15
3-7
Financial Records, 1959-1965, 1974-1975
15
8
Notes, Greene and Greene, circa 1950s
15
9
Photographs, Irving Gill, 1950s
15
10
Photographs, Bernard Maybeck, circa 1959
15
11
Publicity and Reviews, circa 1959-1975
15
12
Research Material, Irving Gill, 1922-1933, 1958
15
13
Research Material, Bernard Maybeck, 1950s
15
14
Symposium and Home Tour, 1988
15
15
Francisco Artigas (1972; Foreword and Introduction by Esther McCoy)
Correspondence, 1970-1973
15
16
Foreword, 1971
15
17
Illustrations, circa 1971
15
18
Interview Transcripts, 1970-1971
15
19
Introduction, 1971
15
20
Notes, circa 1971
15
21-22
Macmillan Encyclopedia of Architects, Various Essays, 1980-1982
15
23-24
Modern California Houses: Case Study Houses 1946-1962 (1962, 1977)
Bibliography, circa 1960s
15
25
Blueprints, Craig Ellwood, Case Study House #16 (Salzman House), 1952
(Oversized rolled items housed in RD 49)
15
26
Blueprints, Charles Eames, Case Study Houses #8 and #9, circa 1949
(Oversized rolled items housed in RD 50)
15
27
Correspondence, 1960-1965, 1975-1978
15
28
Draft Fragments, circa 1962
15
29
Drafts, First Edition, circa 1962
15
30
Drafts, Second Edition, circa 1977
15
31
Notes and Research Material, circa 1960s
15
32-33
Photographs, circa 1940s-1950s
(Julius Shulman and Marvin Rand photographs not scanned.)
15
34
Publicity and Reviews, 1962-1978
15
35
Richard Neutra (1960)
Correspondence, 1958-1967
15
36
Drafts and Notes, 1950s-1960
15
37-39
Printed Material, circa 1960, 1977
15
40
The Second Generation (1984)
Bibliography, Captions, and Index, circa 1980s
15
41-42
Building Plans used in Book, circa 1970s
15
43
Corrections to Galleys, 1983
15
44
Correspondence, General, 1977-1987
15
45-48
Correspondence, Gregory Ain, 1969-1972
16
1
Correspondence, J. R. Davidson, circa 1965-1982
16
2
Correspondence, Harwell Harris, 1978-1984
16
3-5
Drafts, Gregory Ain, circa 1980s
16
6-12
Drafts, J. R. Davidson, circa 1980s
16
13-16
Drafts, Harwell Harris, circa 1980s
16
17-22
Drafts, Raphael Soriano, circa 1980s
16
23-24
Financial Records, 1976, 1982-1984
16
25
Notes and Research Material, Gregory Ain, 1955, 1960s-1980s
16
26-28
Notes and Research Material, J. R. Davidson, circa 1960s-1980s
(oversized items housed in Box 42)
16
29-32
Notes and Research Material, General, circa 1970s-1980s
17
1-2
Notes and Research Material, Harwell Harris, circa 1960s-1980s
17
3-7
Notes and Research Material, Raphael Soriano, 1956-1982
17
8-9
Publicity and Reviews, circa 1984-1986
17
10
Vienna to Los Angeles: Two Journeys (1979)
Acknowledgements and Bibliography, 1970s
17
11
Article, "Letters Between R. M. Schindler and Richard Neutra, 1914-1924" by Esther McCoy, 1974
17
12-15
Correspondence, General, circa 1958-1980
17
16
Correspondence, Philip and David Lovell (photocopies), 1926-1928, 1977
17
17
Correspondence, Erich Mendelsohn (photocopies), 1922
17
18
Correspondence, Pauline Schindler (photocopies), 1930-1976
17
19
Correspondence, R. M. Schindler (photocopies), circa 1914-1954
17
20-22
Correspondence, R. M. Schindler correspondence with Richard Neutra (photocopies), 1912-1924
17
23-25
Correspondence, R. M. Schindler correspondence with Richard Neutra, Draft Translations, circa 1972
17
26-27
Correspondence, R. M. Schindler correspondence with Richard Neutra, Typescripts, circa 1972
17
28-32
Correspondence, Frank Lloyd Wright re: Barnsdall House (photocopies), circa 1916-1925, 1934
17
33-36
Draft One, 1978
17
37
Draft Two, circa 1978
18
1
Draft Fragments, circa 1970s
18
2
Essay, "Taliesin in 1919" by Pauline Schindler, circa 1973
18
3
Foreword, 1970s
18
4
Introduction, 1973
18
5
Notes and Research Material, 1928-1970s
18
6-14
Photographs and Captions, circa 1910-1979
(Julius Shulman photographs not scanned.)
18
15-21
Publicity and Reviews, 1979-1980
18
22
Oversized Blueprints, Case Study House #16, 1952
(Scanned with Box 15, Folder 26)
RD 49
Oversized Blueprints, Case Study Houses #8 and #9, circa 1949
(Scanned with Box 15, Folder 27)
RD 50
Oversized Notes and Research Material, J. R. Davidson, circa 1960s-1980s
(Scanned with Box 16, Folders 29-32)
42
4.2: Exhibition Catalogs, circa 1942-1990
DescriptionContainer
A. Quincy Jones: A Tribute (1980)
Catalog, 1980
18
23
Drafts, circa 1979
18
24-25
Notes and Research Material, circa 1970s-1980
18
26
Blueprints for Modern Living: History and Legacy of the Case Study House (1989)
Correspondence, 1985-1989
18
27
Drafts, circa 1989
18
28-29
Notes, circa 1989
18
30
Project Description, 1989
18
31
Publicity and Reviews, 1987-1990
18
32
Video, "The Case Study House Program, 1945-1966,", 1989
(1 videocassette (VHS))
18
33
Felix Candela (1957)
Catalog and Printed Material, 1957
18
34
Correspondence, 1957-1959
18
35-36
Drafts and Notes, 1956-1957
18
37-38
Exhibition Arrangements, 1957
18
39
Photographs, circa 1950s
18
40
High Styles (1986)
Checklist Documents, circa 1985
18
41
Correspondence, 1983-1986
18
42-44
Drafts, circa 1985
19
1-2
Exhibition Arrangements, 1984-1985
19
3
Fabric Samples, circa 1956-1968
19
4
Museum Catalog Records (photocopies), circa 1985
19
5
Notes, circa 1984-1985
19
6
Photographs, circa 1942-1985
(photographs by Julius Shulman and Marvin Rand not scanned)
19
7-8
Research Material, circa 1960s-1985
19
9
Reviews, 1985-1986
19
10-11
Home Sweet Home: The California Ranch House (1983)
Correspondence and Exhibition Planning Documents, 1983-1984
19
12
Drafts, circa 1983
19
13
Notes, circa 1983
19
14
Photographs, 1945, 1958, undated
19
15
Printed Material, 1971, 1983-1984
19
16
Irving Gill (1958)
Catalog, 1958
19
17
Correspondence, 1958-1960
19
18
Drafts, circa 1958
19
19
Exhibition Arrangements, 1958
19
20
Photographs for Catalog, 1958
(photographs by Marvin Rand not scanned)
19
21-23
Juan O'Gorman (1964)
Catalog, 1964
19
24
Correspondence, 1958, 1963-1964
19
25
Drafts and Exhibition Arrangements, circa 1958-1964
19
26-27
Report on Theft, 1964
19
28
Marmo: The New Italian Stone Age, Introduction by Esther McCoy, circa 1988-1989
19
29
Naives and Visionaries (1975)
Correspondence, 1974-1977, 1984
19
30
Drafts, circa 1974-1975
19
31
Notes, circa 1974-1975
19
32
Photographs, circa 1960s-1970s
19
33
Printed Material, 1967-1981
19
34
Ten Italian Architects (1967)
Acknowledgements and Captions, circa 1967
19
35
Blueprints, Ignazio Gardella, 1965
19
36
Catalog, 1967
19
37
Correspondence, 1963-1968
19
38-40
Financial Records, circa 1966-1968
19
41
Notebooks, circa 1963-1967
19
42-44
Notes, circa 1963-1967
20
1-2
Photograph Album, circa 1963-1967
20
3
Proposals, circa 1964
20
4
Publicity, 1967
20
5
Research Material, Franco Albini, circa 1963-1965
20
6
Research Material, General, circa 1957-1966
20
7
Research Material, Angelo Mangiarotti, 1963-1968
20
8
Research Material, Gino Valle, circa 1960s
20
9
4.3: Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers, 1948-1989
DescriptionContainer
AIA Review, "The Dodge House,", 1965
20
10
AIA Review, "Is Mies Doing Anything Interesting?,", 1968
20
11
Angeles, "Homage to Reyner Banham" (September 1988), 1988
20
12
Architectural Digest, "City Map Guide No. 23: Los Angeles" (No. 7), 1974
20
13
Architectural Forum, "Dr. Salk Talks about His Institute" (December 1967), 1967
20
14-15
Architectural Forum, "A Health Center with Muscles" (March 1969), 1969
20
16
Architecture, Review: "R. M. Schindler by August Sarnitz,", 1989
20
17
Architecture and Urbanism, "Venturi, Rauch, and Scott Brown" (December 1981), 1981
20
18
Arts & Architecture
Correspondence, 1951-1966, 1982, 1985
20
19-20
"Architecture in Mexico" (August 1951), 1951
20
21
"The New University City of Mexico" (August 1952), 1952
20
22
"The Bradbury Building" (April 1953), circa 1953
20
23-24
"Notes on Greene and Greene" (July 1953), 1953
20
25
"Four Houses of the '20s by R. M. Schindler, Architect" (September 1953), 1953
20
26
"R. M. Schindler 1890-1953" (May 1954), 1954
20
27
"Weaving by Saul Borisov" (June 1954), 1954
20
28
"Pier Luigi Nervi - Concrete Sections from Two New Stadiums" (September 1956), 1956
20
29
"Concrete Shell Forms - Felix Candela" (May 1957), 1957
20
30
"Tribute to Sardinia" (November 1962), 1962
20
31
"William Morris, Designer, Craftsman, Victorian" (March 1963), 1960-1963
20
32-33
"Italian Designs" (May 1963), 1963
20
34
"Mosaics of Juan O'Gorman" (February 1964), 1964
20
35
"West Coast Architects II: William Wilson Wurster" (July 1964), 1964
20
36
"West Coast Architects III: Victor Gruen" (October 1964), 1964
20
37
"Pure Research,", 1964
20
38
"West Coast Architects V: John Lautner" (August 1965), 1965
20
39
"Young Architects: The Small Office" (February-March, 1966), circa 1962-1966
20
40-43
[Death of Susan Jonas,], circa 1960s
20
44
"Gregory Ain" (Winter 1981), 1979-1982
20
45
"The Greenhouse" (Spring 1982), circa 1982
20
46
"The Death of Juan O'Gorman" (Spring 1982), 1982
20
47
"Garrett Eckbo: The Early Years" (Fall 1982), 1982
20
48
"Retrospect: Bruce Goff" (Summer 1983), 1983
20
49
"John Entenza" (Winter 1984), 1984
20
50
Arts in Society, "Avant-Garde Architecture" (1962), 1962
20
51
California Magazine, "Geography as Destiny" (March 1986), 1986
20
52
California Magazine, "Ray Eames" (1988), 1988
20
53
Design Book Review, "On the Edge of the World by Richard Longstreth" (1983, December 23), 1983
20
54
Design Quarterly, "Charles and Ray Eames" (1975), circa 1973-1975
20
55
Domus, "Review: Bruce Goff in Architecture" (July 1971), 1970-1971
20
56
Domus, "Post-Mies: Architecture di Anthony J. Lumsden" (November 1975), circa 1975
20
57
Global Architecture, "Gunnar Birkerts" (Volume 31), circa 1973-1974
20
58-60
Harvard Architecture Review, "Post Modern: Pelli and Gehry" (Unpublished), 1977-1979
20
61-62
Historic Preservation, "Irving Gill, Architect" (April-June 1972), 1972
20
63
Hudson Review, "Luis Barragan,", 1989
20
64
Journal of Architectural Education, Review of Beyond Metabolism: The New Japanese Architecture by Michael Franklin Ross, 1979
20
65
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, "Letters from Louis H. Sullivan to R. M. Schindler" (December 1961), 1961
21
1-2
L. A. Architect
"J. R. Davidson" (May 1977), 1977
21
3
"A Walk with Lutah Riggs" (July 1979), 1979
21
4
"Obituary: A. Quincy Jones: 1913-1979" (September 1979), 1979
21
5
"Gio Ponti: 1891-1979" (November 1979), 1979
21
6
"Konrad Wachsman: 1901-1980" (January 1981), 1981
21
7
"Ray Eames" (October 1988), 1988
21
8
Los Angeles Herald Examiner
Article on Craig Ellwood, 1955
21
9
"Case Study House #17" (1956, April 8), 1956
21
10
"Candela Exhibition" (1957, April 28), 1957
21
11
"Los Angeles: A Private Proving Ground" (1980, February 6), 1980
21
12
Los Angeles Times
Home Magazine, "Mexico" Issue (1952, October 19), 1952
21
13
"Then and Now" (1952, December 14), 1952
21
14
"House With Sloping Walls,", 1952
21
15
"Who Starts a Style?" (1953, July 19), 1953
21
16
"Northwest Roundup,", 1953
21
17-20
Home Magazine, "Mexico" Issue (1954, January 24), 1954
21
21-22
"La Jolla's First Architect" (1954, March 28), 1954
21
23
"60 Years of Architectural Progress Hailed by AIA" (1954, August 29), 1954
21
24
"What I Believe? A Statement of Architectural Principles" (J. R. Davidson, 1954, November 21), 1954
21
25
"What I Believe? A Statement of Architectural Principles" (Gregory Ain, 1955, January 2), 1954
21
26
"What I Believe? A Statement of Architectural Principles" (Thornton Abell, 1955, May 1), 1955
21
27
"What I Believe? A Statement of Architectural Principles" (John Lautner, 1955, May 16), 1955
21
28
"Great Maya Builders of Yucatan" (September 1955), 1955
21
29
"What I Believe? A Statement of Architectural Principles" (Irving Gill, 1955, November 6), 1955
21
30
"What I Believe? A Statement of Architectural Principles" (George Russell, 1955, November 20), 1955
21
31
"Bolton Hall,", 1955-1980s
21
32
"The Subject of the Researches is Man" (1956, January 22), 1956
21
33
"What I Believe? A Statement of Architectural Principles" (A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons, 1956, February 19), 1956
21
34
"California Landscaping No. 1" (1956, February 26), 1956
21
35
"What I Believe? A Statement of Architectural Principles" (Richard Neutra, 1956, March 18), 1956
21
36
"California Landscaping No. 2" (1956, May 13), 1956
21
37
"Salute to AIA, Well Earned" (1956, May 13), 1956
21
38
"What I Believe? A Statement of Architectural Principles" (Milton Sessions, 1956, November 18), 1956
21
39
"Roots of California Contemporary Architecture,", circa 1956
21
40
"California Landscaping No. 9" (1957, April 21), 1957
21
41
"Italy Boasts Finest Greek Marble" (1958, February 2), 1958
21
42
"Where to Look for Arts and Crafts on Travels Abroad" (1958, April 2), 1958
21
43
"In Sardinia Design is Ruled by Spontaneity" (1958, October 14), 1957-1958
21
44-46
"The War and Ensenada" (1958, November 16), 1958
21
47
Various Articles on Italian Crafts, circa 1958
21
48
"Those Crazy Domes" (1959, February 22), circa 1959
21
49
"Room for 2 Million in the Hills" (1959, March 18), circa 1958-1959
21
50
"Italy's Marble" (1959, November 1), 1959
21
51-52
"Brasilia" (1959, November 22), Correspondence, 1959-1960
21
53
"Brasilia" (1959, November 22), Notes and Research Material, 1959-1960
21
54
"Brasilia" (1959, November 22), Photographs, circa 1959
21
55-56
"The Time Kendall Tried to Build a Modern House" (1960, March 20), 1960
21
57
"Chess in Cuernavaca" (1960, July 31), 1960
21
58
"Wanted: Architect (preferably a dead one)" (1960, August 21), 1960
21
59
"Israeli Craft: A Fusion of Many Cultures" (1960, October 9 and 1961, June 4), 1960-1961
21
60-62
"Flying off the Handle at International Airport" (1962, October 14), 1962
21
63
"Santa Monica's Inspiration Point - It's at End of the Line" (1962, October 28), 1962
21
64
"Megastructures for Megalopoli" (1967, January 15), 1966-1967
21
65
"Richard Neutra" (1968, February 11), 1967-1968
21
66
"Architecture in California: 1868-1968,", 1968
21
67
Various Articles, circa 1957-1977
21
68
Lotus
Correspondence, 1963-1983
21
69-71
"Buildings in the United States, 1966-1967" (1967-1968, v. 4), 1966-1968
21
72-74
"R. M. Schindler" (1968, v. 5), 1968
21
75
Documents used for Lotus 5, circa 1968
21
76
"17 Miles Between Mesa and Apache Junction" (1974, v. 8), 1974
21
77
Mademoiselle's Living
"Two Grangers in Three Acts,", 1948-1949
21
78
"Kirk House on Finn Hill, Seattle,", 1949
21
79
"Gregory Ain's Mar Vista Project for Veterans,", 1950
21
80
"Kumler House, Phoenix, Arizona,", 1950-1951
21
81
New West, "Palms" (1976, June 7), 1976
22
1
New York Times, Article on Japanese Design, 1959
22
2
The Pacific Spectator, "West Coast Architecture: A Romantic Movement Ends,", 1952
22
3
Perspecta, "Case Study Houses" (1976, v. 15), circa 1976
22
4-5
Progressive Architecture
Correspondence, 1964, 1969-1974
22
6-10
Correspondence, 1975-1989
22
11-15
Financial Records, 1969-1976
22
16
General Notes, 1966-circa 1970s
22
17
"Owens Valley Study,", circa 1970
22
18
"Central City" (March 1970), 1970
22
19
"Who's Hurting Here" (July 1971), 1971
22
20
"Designing for a Dry Climate" (1971, n. 8), 1971
22
21
"Toward the G Intensity Silhouette,", circa 1971
22
22-23
"Performing Arts Building, UC Santa Cruz,", 1971-1972
22
24
"St. Paul's Cathedral" (January 1972), 1970-1972
22
25
"Gamble House" (November 1972), 1971-1972
22
26
Article on Charles Moore and Christopher Alexander, 1972
22
27
"Hearst Castle" (January 1973), 1972-1973
22
28
"Scottsdale" (March 1973), 1972-1973
22
29
"Interior Design: The Charles Eames Office, An Affection for Objects" (August 1973), circa 1973
22
30-34
"High Tech Images" (February 1974), 1974
22
35
"Report from Guanajuato" (September 1974), 1974
22
36
"Before the Silvers" (1976, n. 10), 1976
22
37
"Pacific Design Center" (October 1976), 1976
22
38
"Annenberg Building" (March 1977), 1976-1977
22
39
"Everyman's Casa" (July 1978), 1977-1978
22
40
"Something to Wrap the Herring In" (February 1986), 1986
22
41
"Frank Gehry" (October 1986), 1986
22
42
"Second Guessing Schindler" (1989, n. 4), 1989
22
43
Various Articles, 1969
22
44
Various Articles, 1970
22
45-46
Various Articles, 1971
22
47
Various Articles, 1972
22
48-49
Various Articles, 1973-1974
22
50
Various Articles, 1975
22
51
Various Articles, 1976
22
52
Various Articles, 1977
22
53
Various Articles, 1978-1979
22
54
Various Articles, 1980-1981
22
55
Various Articles, 1982-1983
22
56
Various Articles, undated
22
57
Review (Society of Architectural Historians), "Charles Greene's Presence" (Spring 1982), 1981
22
58
Sunset Magazine, Various Articles, 1952, 1955
22
59
UCLA Alumni Magazine, "The New North Campus, 1966-1967,", circa 1967
22
60
Ville Giardini, Various Articles, circa 1977-1983
22
61
Western Architect and Engineer, "Wilshire Boulevard" (September 1961), circa 1961
23
1-4
Zodiac, "Neutra in California" (1961, v. 8), 1961
23
5
Zodiac, "Young Architects in the United States" (1961, v. 8), 1960-1961
23
6-8
Zodiac, "Young Architects in the United States: 1963" (1964, v. 13)
Correspondence, 1962-1964
23
9-10
Drafts, circa 1963, 1964
23
11
Notes and Research Material, 1960-1963
23
12-14
4.4: Lectures, circa 1960-1988
DescriptionContainer
California Polytechnic, "Architecture in Transition,", 1970
23
15
Columbia University, "Architecture in the West as a Cottage Industry,", 1972
23
16
House Tours, Schedules and Notes, 1966-1979
23
17-18
La Jolla, "Post Modern,", 1977
23
19
Lecture on Brasilia, circa 1960
23
20
Lecture on Frank Lloyd Wright, circa 1970s
23
21
Lecture on "Italian Modern,", circa 1970s
23
22
Lecture on "Library Use,", 1985
23
23
Lecture on Modern Architecture, circa 1970s
23
24
Lectures on R. M. Schindler, circa 1970s
23
25
Lecture on "Schindler in California,", circa 1970s
(includes slides and 1 sound cassette)
23
26-27
Lecture on Tony Lumsden, 1975
23
28
Lecture Tour, "Case Study Houses,", 1978
23
29-30
Lecture Tours, "The Second Generation,", 1977, 1983-1984
23
31-32
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "The Architecture of R. M. Schindler,", 1967
23
33
Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Lecture on Museums, 1981
23
34
National Trust for Historic Preservation, "The Architecture of Irving Gill,", 1971
23
35
Rice Design Alliance, Lecture on Five California Architects, 1976
23
36
San Diego Museum of Art, "Gill's Birthday,", 1979
23
37
Santa Barbara Museum, "The Modern Tradition in Southern California,", 1971
23
38
Southern California Institute of Architecture, "Schindler,", 1979
23
39
University of California Extension, "The American Home as a Work of Art,", 1968
23
40
University of California Extension, "Fantasy and Reality in Italian Design,", 1979
23
41
University of California, Los Angeles
"Ain,", 1982
23
42
"Case Study Houses,", 1974
23
43
"The Colloquium: From Vienna to Los Angeles,", 1988
23
44
Lecture on R. M. Schindler, 1975
23
45
"Maybeck and Gill,", 1975
23
46
"Mexican Architecture,", 1980
23
47
"Richard Neutra and the Second Generation Moderns in Southern California,", 1975
23
48
University of California, Santa Barbara, Lecture on Case Study Houses, circa 1970s
23
49
University of California, Santa Barbara, "The Office of R. M. Schindler,", 1967
23
50
University of California, Santa Barbara, "Roots of Modern Architecture,", 1969-1970
23
51-55
University of California, Santa Barbara, "The Building as Environment Shaper,", 1970
23
56
University of California, Santa Cruz, "Observing Architecture,", 1973-1974
24
1-2
University of Southern California, "The Forties,", 1979
24
3
University of Southern California, "Landscape Architecture in the Urban Scene,", 1965
24
4
University of Southern California, "Memorial for Wachsman,", 1981
24
5
Women's Building, "Conversation with Lutah Maria Riggs, FAIA,", 1978
24
6
4.5: Other Writings and Research Notes, 1937-1989, undated
DescriptionContainer
Book Reviews, circa 1950s-1985
24
7
Miscellaneous Unidentified Writings and Notes, circa 1950s-1980s
24
8
Writings By Title
"Architecture West,", 1950
24
9
"Bethlehem Baptist Church Story,", 1939, undated
24
10
"Broadway Plaza,", circa 1973
24
11
"Bunker Hill,", undated
24
12
"Derwin Ranch,", circa 1960s
24
13
"Edward Weston,", undated
24
14
"Heth Wharton,", 1958
24
15
"Interview with Wayne Williams on Color,", undated
24
16
"John Entenza,", circa 1980
24
17
"Julius Shulman,", 1989
24
18
"LA, LA" Book Proposal, circa 1985-1986
24
19
"Los Angeles Slums,", 1937-1938
24
20
"Pallladio of Vicenza,", undated
24
21
"Ranch House: Sugar Bush Hill,", circa 1940s
24
22
"Report to the Board,", undated
24
23
"Richard Lechner House: Studio City,", undated
24
24
"Suave Fruits from Mexico,", 1955
24
25
"Thoughts on the Eye,", circa 1980s
24
26
"Watts Towers,", circa 1965
24
27
"Wiltern Theatre,", 1980
24
28
Writings and Notes by Subject
Architecture, circa 1950s-1988
24
29-30
Creativity, circa 1960-1970
24
31
Italian Architecture and Culture, circa 1950s-1960s
24
32
Louis Kahn Interview, 1964
24
33
Mexico's University City (Ciudad Universitaria), circa 1952-1954
24
34
Mexican Architecture and Culture, circa 1950-1957
24
35-37
Mexican Gardens and Nurseries, circa 1955
24
38
New Mexico, 1949
24
39

Series 5: Projects , circa 1953-1988
(Boxes 24-26, 47, FC 53-56; 2.5 linear feet)

This series contains McCoy's files on architecture-related projects. Included are records of her participation on juries; applications for grants; work for the Society of Architectural Historians and the Historic American Buildings Survey; and her various projects at the UCLA, School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Also found are files documenting her work on preservation projects, most notably the Dodge House Preservation Campaign.
The series is arranged as 8 subseries:
5.1: Dodge House Preservation Campaign, circa 1953-1983
5.2: Grants, 1956-1985
5.3: Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS), 1960-1980
5.4: Juries, 1957-1982
5.5: L. A. Art Index, circa 1980
5.6: Preservation Projects, 1965-1980
5.7: Society of Architectural Historians (SAH), 1959-1982
5.8: UCLA, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, 1961-1988
5.1: Dodge House Preservation Campaign, circa 1953-1983
DescriptionContainer
Clippings, circa 1963-1970
24
40
Committee Documents, 1963-1970
24
41
Correspondence, 1963-1970
24
42-43
Motion Picture Film, "Dodge House 1916"
Correspondence, 1965-1983
24
44
Motion picture film, "Dodge House 1916", 1965
1 film reel
duplicate projection print
16 mm
1 videocassette (digital betacam)
duplicate
1 videodisc (dvd)
duplicate
2 film reels
original A + B roll
16 mm
1 sound track film reel
original fullcoat soundtrack
16 mm
24
45
Financial Records, 1965
24
46-47
Photographs for Film, circa 1953-1965
(photographs by Julius Shulman and Marvin Rand not scanned)
24
48-51
Scripts, 1965
24
52-53
Floor Plans, circa 1950s-1960s
24
54
Notes and Writings, circa 1965-1970
24
55-56
Printed Material, circa 1965-1968
24
57
1 Reel Motion Picture Film from Box 24, folder 45
(See also Box 24, Folder 45)
FC 53
5.2: Grants, 1956-1985
DescriptionContainer
American Institute of Architects, Brunner Scholarship, 1956-1957
24
58
American Institute of Architects, Rehmann Scholarship, 1956-1958
24
59
Ford Foundation Fellowship, 1964
24
60
Guggenheim Fellowship, 1960
24
61
Guggenheim Fellowship, 1979-1980
24
62
Huntington Hartford Foundation Fellowship, 1963-1965
24
63
MacDowell Colony, 1976-1985
24
64
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, 1978-1979
24
65
Support Material for Unidentified Grants, circa 1960s
24
66
5.3: Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS), 1960-1980
DescriptionContainer
Correspondence, 1963-1976
24
67-68
Miscellaneous Records, 1961, 1968-1970
25
1-2
Notes, 1960-1970
25
3-4
Outline and Notes for HABS Book, circa 1973
25
5
Survey Documents
Barnsdall Park, 1965-1975
25
6
Bradbury Building, 1968-1969
25
7
Bullock's Wilshire, 1968-1969
25
8
Dodge House, 1963-1969
25
9
Ennis House, 1969-1970
25
10
Horatio West Court, 1968-1976
25
11
Los Angeles Central Library, 1968-1970
25
12
Lovell Beach House, 1968-1973
25
13
Miltimore House, 1969-1970
25
14
Pueblo Ribera Court, 1968
25
15
Richfield Building, circa 1968-1969
25
16-17
Samuel Freeman House, 1969-1970
25
18
Schindler House, 1969-1980
25
19-21
Sowden House, 1968-1970
25
22
Storer House, circa 1969
25
23
U. S. Customs House, circa 1972-1973
25
24
Veterans Administration Center, circa 1963-1968
25
25
5.4: Juries, 1957-1982
DescriptionContainer
American Institute of Architects Comprehensive Architectural Competition (Photographs), 1957
25
26
American Institute of Architects Honor Awards, 1967
25
27
American Institute of Architects Awards Program, Southern California Chapter, 1975
25
28
American Institute of Architects Awards Program, San Diego Chapter, 1976
25
29
American Institute of Architects Awards Program, Southern California Chapter (Photographs), 1977
25
30
Unidentified Design Competition, 1981
25
31
Beverly Hills Civic Center Design Competition, 1982
25
32-33
5.5: L. A. Art Index, circa 1980
DescriptionContainer
Correspondence, 1980
25
34
"L. A. Art Index," A-B, circa 1980
25
35
"L. A. Art Index," C-G (stops at Gh-), circa 1980
25
36
"Master File," A-D, circa 1980
25
37
"Master File," E-K, circa 1980
25
38
"Master File," L-R, circa 1980
25
39
"Master File," S-Z, circa 1980
25
40
Draft Files, circa 1980
25
41
5.6: Preservation Projects, 1965-1980
DescriptionContainer
Baker Residence Addition, La Jolla, California, 1978
25
42
Derby House, Glendale, California, 1978
25
43
Egyptian Village Café, Glendale, California, 1979-1980
25
44
George H. Scripps Building, La Jolla, California, circa 1977-1980
25
45
Laurelwood Apartments, Los Angeles, California, 1980
25
46
St. Paul's Cathedral, Los Angeles, California, 1980
25
47
Miscellaneous Preservation Documents, 1965-1976
25
48
5.7: Society of Architectural Historians (SAH), 1959-1982
DescriptionContainer
Annual Meeting Presentation, "The Growth of Cubism in the Work of R. M. Schindler,", 1965
25
49
Annual Meeting Presentation, "Charles Rennie Mackintosh,", 1971
25
50
Annual Meeting Presentation, "J. R. Davidson Houses: 1937-1946,", 1977
25
51-52
Correspondence, 1959-1982
26
1-2
England Meeting and Tour Records, 1970, 1973
26
3
Organizational Records, circa 1961-1977
26
4-5
Tour Itineraries, circa 1965-1972
26
6
5.8: UCLA, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, 1961-1988
DescriptionContainer
Correspondence, 1965-1988
26
7-9
Employment Records, 1967-1969
26
10
Library Committee Reports, 1965-1967
26
11
Miscellaneous Notes, circa 1966-1969
26
12
Richard Neutra Archives
Correspondence, 1961, 1976-1972
26
13
Financial Material, circa 1966-1969
26
14
Inventories and Notes, circa 1966-1970
26
15-16
"List of Items and Description on Microfilm,", circa 1970
26
17
"Register of the Neutra Collection,", circa 1960s
26
18
Slide Library, Inventory and Notes, circa 1966-1969
26
19-20
Slide Library, Plan for Organization, 1967
26
21
Slide Library, Reports, 1966-1969
26
22
Teaching Materials, 1966-1970, 1974
26
23-26

Series 6: Architect Files , 1912-1990
(Boxes 26-28, 42; 2.2 linear feet)

This series contains McCoy's research files on individual architects and their projects. Files may include correspondence, research material, photographs of the architects and their works, writings, interview transcripts and notes, blueprints, and printed material. Writings found here include writings by McCoy and writings by the architects. Of note is a draft memoir written by Konrad Wachsman and an essay on architecture in Mexico by Juan O'Gorman. This series also contains a large amount of material about R. M. Schindler, including statements by other architects about Schindler, and a two volume "Book of Documents" created by Schindler, containing copies of his biographical and professional records.
The files are arranged alphabetically by name of architect. While this series contains scattered writings and notes by McCoy, the bulk of her writings about these architects can be found in Series 4: Architectural Writings. Additional photographs of works by these architects can be found in Series 9: Photographs and Slides.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Photographs taken by Julius Shulman have not been scanned.
Description Container
Barragan, Luis
Correspondence, 1971-1983
26
27
Floor Plans, circa 1950s
26
28
Research Material, circa 1952-1980
26
29
Birkerts, Gunnar, 1968-1986
26
30
Botteiger, Peggy, circa 1950s
26
31
Candela, Felix, circa 1950-1970, 1981
26
32-33
Cetto, Max, circa 1951-1953, 1962-1963
26
34
Ciampi, Mario, 1954-1964
26
35
Coate, Roland, circa 1950s
26
36
Craiker, Chris, 1979, 1982-1983
26
37
Eames, Charles and Ray
Interview Transcript, 1974
26
38
Photographs, 1959-1962
26
39
Printed Material, 1941-1944, 1966, 1970
26
40
Gehry, Frank
Correspondence, 1973-1975, 1985
26
41
Notes and Research Material, circa 1970s, 1979
26
42
Gill, Irving
Correspondence, 1929-1989
26
43
Notes and Writings, circa 1950s-1970s
26
44-45
Research Material, 1936, 1959-1989
26
46
Goff, Bruce, 1968-1983
26
47
Grey, Elmer, 1953-1962
26
48
Harris, Harwell Hamilton
Correspondence, 1972-1984
26
49
Correspondence, 1985-1989
27
1
Research Material, 1962
27
2
Harris, Murry, circa 1948-1949
27
3-4
Lautner, John, circa 1985-1988
27
5
Le Corbusier, 1933, circa 1970s
27
6
Maybeck, Bernard, 1952, 1957, circa 1975
27
7
Moore, Charles, 1968-1969, 1977
27
8
Myers, Barton, circa 1977-1979
27
9
Neutra, Richard and Dion
Correspondence, 1953-1974
27
10-11
Photographs, circa 1930s-1984
(Photographs by Julius Shulman not scanned)
27
12
Research Material, circa 1950s-1967, 1976
27
13
O'Gorman, Juan
Clippings, 1953-1967
(oversized items housed in Box 42)
27
14-15
Correspondence, 1951-1984
27
16-18
"The Degeneration of Architecture in Mexico Today" by Juan O'Gorman, 1954-1955
27
19
Notes and Writings, circa 1942-1960s
27
20
Otto, Frei, circa 1965-1966
27
21
Pelli, Cesar
Correspondence, 1969-1990
27
22-23
Notes and Writings, circa 1970s
27
24
Research Material, 1968-1979
27
25
Ponti, Gio
Correspondence, 1966-1989
27
26-27
Research Material, circa 1971
27
28
Porset, Clara
Correspondence, 1951-1952
27
29-30
Photographs, circa 1952
27
31
Research Material, 1951-1952
27
32
Purcell, William
Correspondence, 1923-1964
27
33-34
Notes and Research Material, circa 1946-1959
27
35
Richards, Sim Bruce, 1960-1984
27
36
Schindler, R. M.
Correspondence, circa 1920-1988
27
37-38
Exhibition Documents, 1954, 1964-1967
27
39
Notes, General, circa 1950s-1970s
27
40-41
Notes, Gregory Ain Interview regarding Schindler, undated
27
42
Notes, "Talk with the Lovells,", 1958
27
43
Photographs, 1912-1970s
27
44
Research Material, Book of Documents, vol. I, circa 1949
27
45
Research Material, Book of Documents, vol. II, circa 1949
27
46
Research Material, General, 1922-1980
27
47-50
Statements by Other Architects Regarding Schindler, circa 1960s
28
1
Writings, [About Working for Schindler,], 1987
28
2
Writings, "Schindler House Restoration,", undated
28
3
Writings, Unidentified Draft Fragments, circa 1950s-1970s
28
4
Soriano, Raphael
Correspondence, circa 1961-1982
28
5
Photographs, circa 1960s-1970s
28
6
Sorkin, Michael, 1979-1987
28
7
Stenger, A. D., circa 1949-1950
28
8
Sullivan, Louis, circa 1967
28
9
Venturi, Robert
Correspondence, 1964-1987
28
10-11
Notes and Writings, circa 1975-1980
28
12-13
Research Material, 1963-1983
28
14-16
Victor Gruen Associates, circa 1965-1985
28
17-19
Wachsman, Konrad, circa 1972-1977
28
20-23
Wright, Frank Lloyd
Notes and Research Material, circa 1950s
28
24-25
Photographs, circa 1950s
28
26
Wright, Lloyd
Correspondence, circa 1959-1966
28
27
"Eric Wright Conversation,", 1979
28
28
Notes and Writings, circa 1949-1960
28
29-30
Research Material, 1965-1966
28
31
Oversized Juan O'Gorman Clippings, 1953-1967
(Scanned with Box 27, Folders 14-15)
42

Series 7: Printed Material , circa 1885-1990
(Box 28-31, 42; 2.9 linear feet)

This series contains a large amount of printed material of interest to and collected by McCoy, much of it documenting her professional activities. Found here are books, clippings, magazines, postcards, newsletters, press releases, and publications by subject. News clippings include articles about McCoy, articles written by McCoy, articles about architecture not written by McCoy, and other miscellaneous subjects. Architecture, art, and literary magazines found here often include articles written by McCoy. Additionally, she collected leftist magazines such as New Masses and Left Front. Certain printed materials are arranged by subjects which were of interest to McCoy for her writing projects. Included are printed materials gathered during her travels to Italy, Mexico, and Israel. These files may contain brochures, exhibition announcements and catalogs, booklets, travel guides, newsletters and other miscellaneous items.
This series has been arranged alphabetically by type of item followed by an alphabetical arrangement of subject files. Items within each folder are arranged chronologically. Researchers should note that additional printed materials, especially clippings, are also found in Series 4: Architectural Writings, Series 5: Projects, and Series 6: Architect Files.
Portions of this series has been scanned. Items not directly relating to McCoy's career as a writer and architectural historian have not been scanned.
Description Container
Books, The Chapbook: A Miscellany, 1924
28
32
Books, Course in Making Mosaics, by Josef L. Young, 1957
28
33
Books, The Dance of Death by Hans Holbein, 1898
28
34
Books, Dante's Inferno by Dante Alighieri, Illustrated by M. Gustave Doré, circa 1885
28
35
Books, Dorothy M. Richardson by John Cowper Powys, 1931
28
36
Books, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos, 1925
28
37
Books, The Human Tragedy by Anatole France, circa 1920s
28
38
Books, Le Poém ?lectronique by Le Corbusier, circa 1958
28
39
Books, Little Blue Book, No. 659, "The Lost Phoebe" and "Old Rogaum and His Theresa" by Theodore Dreiser, 1918
28
40
Books, Studies in Pessimism by Arthur Schopenhaur, undated
28
41
Book Proofs, Cliff May, Western Ranch Houses Vol. II, circa 1985
(Oversized items housed in Box 42)
28
42
Book Proofs, Unidentified, undated
28
43
Calendars, War Resistance League, 1983-1984
29
1
Clippings, About Architecture (Not written by McCoy), circa 1937-1989
29
2-5
Clippings, About Esther McCoy, circa 1925, 1928, 1958-1990
29
6-7
Clippings, Arts and Architecture Title Pages (Photocopies), 1940-1967
29
8-12
Clippings, Writings by Esther McCoy, 1936-1954
29
13-16
Clippings, Writings by Esther McCoy, 1955-1959
(oversized items housed in Box 42)
29
17-20
Clippings, Writings by Esther McCoy, 1960-1988
29
21-23
Clippings, Writings by Esther McCoy, undated
29
24
Clippings, Miscellaneous, 1926-1984
29
25-29
Magazines
The Architectural Digest, 1929
29
30
Architectural Record, 1957-1964
29
31
Evergreen Review, 1959
29
32
Historic Preservation, 1972-1973
29
33
L. A. Architect, 1977, 1987-1988
29
34
Left Front, 1934
29
35
Museos Y Arte De Mexico, 1953
29
36
New Masses, 1934-1936
29
37-41
New Mexico Quarterly, 1955, 1957
29
42
Pacific Weekly, 1935
29
43
Partisan Review & Anvil, 1936
29
44
Plain Talk, 1929
29
45
Miscellaneous Architecture Magazines, 1957, 1964
29
46
Miscellaneous Architecture Magazines, 1968-1984
(Oversized items housed in Box 42)
30
1
Miscellaneous Art Magazines, 1959
30
2
Miscellaneous Magazines, General, 1961, 1969, 1973
30
3
Miscellaneous Literary Magazines, 1925, 1933-1947, 1958
(partially scanned)
30
4-6
Miscellaneous Socialist Magazines, 1966, 1967, 1971
30
7
Newsletters, 1968, 1970, 1982, 1989
30
8
Newsletters, Council for Planning and Conservation, 1968-1969
30
9
Postcards from Travels (Blank), circa 1940s-1970s
30
10-11
Press Releases, 1979, 1981-1986
30
12
Publications by Subject
Architecture and Urban Design, 1939-1989
(oversized items housed in Box 42)
30
13-19
Artists, circa 1936-1988
30
20-24
California (Historical and Cultural Landmarks), 1956-1975
30
25-27
Cast Iron, circa 1973-1976
30
28
Israel, 1960-1970
30
29-30
Italy, 1930-1972
30
31-33
Italy, 1930-1972
(oversized items housed in Box 42; not scanned)
31
1-10
Labor, 1932-1942
31
11-13
Mexico, 1947-1968
(oversized items housed in Box 42)
31
14-15
Southern California Institute of Architecture, 1973
31
16
Theatre, 1920-1936
31
17-18
Tour Brochures, 1951-1954
31
19
Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1935-1985
31
20
Oversized Book Proofs, Cliff May, Western Ranch Houses Vol. II, circa 1985
(See also Box 28, Folder 41)
42
Oversized Clippings, Writings by Esther McCoy, 1956-1957
(See also Box 29, Folders 17-20)
42
Oversized Miscellaneous Architecture Magazines, 1986
(See also Box 30; Folder 1)
42
Oversized Printed Material on Architecture and Urban Design, 1939-1989
(See also Box 30, Folders 13-19)
42
Oversized Printed Material on Italy, 1930-1972
(See also Box 31, Folders 1-10)
42
Oversized Printed Material on Mexico, 1947-1968
(See also Box 31, Folders 14-15)
42

Series 8: Artwork , 1924-1967, undated
(Box 31; 0.4 linear feet)

This series contains several minor prints and drawings collected by McCoy. Many of the drawings are by unidentified artists. Of note are a drawing of Esther McCoy by Esther Rollo, ink drawings by Forrest Wilson, and etchings which McCoy purchased, including several by Thomas Worlidge.
Items are arranged alphabetically by folder heading.
This series has been scanned in its entirety.
Description Container
Artwork sent to Esther McCoy, 1967, undated
31
21
Decorative Paper, undated
31
22
Drawing of Esther McCoy by Esther Rollo, circa 1963
31
23
Drawings by Forrest Wilson, 1966
31
24
Drawings by Unidentified Artists, 1924, undated
31
25
Etching by A. Brunet-Debaines, undated
31
26
Etching by Albrecht Durer, undated
31
27
Etching by S. Le Clerc, undated
31
28
Etchings by Thomas Worlidge, undated
31
29-33
Etching by Unidentified Artist, undated
31
34
Reproductions of Artwork by Hardy Hanson, 1961-1965
31
35

Series 9: Photographs and Slides , circa 1876-1989
(Boxes 31-38, 41-46, 51; 8.7 linear feet)

Most of the photographs arranged in this series are of architects, architecture, and related research subjects, and were taken by McCoy and others in support of her numerous articles, books, and exhibitions. Also included are McCoy's personal and family photographs. In addition, there are approximately 3,600 slides used by McCoy in her numerous lectures and talks.
The series is arranged as 6 subseries:
9.1: Personal and Family Photographs, circa 1876-1989
9.2: Architects, circa 1898-1980s
9.3: Case Study Houses, circa 1945-1962
9.4: Exhibition Photographs, circa 1952-1969
9.5: Research Photographs, circa 1915-1970s
9.6: Slides, circa 1950s-1980s
9.1: Personal and Family Photographs, circa 1876-1989
DescriptionContainer
Photographs of Esther McCoy, 1905-circa 1939
31
36-37
Photographs of Esther McCoy, 1940s
31
38-39
Photographs of Esther McCoy, 1950s
32
1-2
Photographs of Esther McCoy, 1960-1989
32
3-4
Photographs of Esther McCoy by Deborah Sussman, 1977
32
5-6
Esther McCoy School Photographs, 1911-circa 1916
32
7
Esther McCoy School Photographs, circa 1920
(Rolled Photographs)
41
1
Photographs of Esther McCoy with Family and Friends, circa 1910-1989
32
8-12
Photographs of Esther McCoy with Berkeley Tobey, 1920s, 1941-1950s
32
13
Photographs of Berkeley Tobey, 1887, 1914-1956
32
14
Photographs of Esther McCoy's Sister, Ruth, 1917-circa 1920
32
15
Photographs of the McCoy Family, circa 1876-1953
32
16-21
Photographs of the Tobey Family, 1879-circa 1950s
32
22
Photographs of Family and Friends, circa late-1800s-1950s
32
23-28
Photographs of Friends, circa 1960s-1989
32
29-30
Photographs of John Entenza, circa 1960s-1980s
32
31
Photographs of Esther McCoy's 80th Birthday Party, 1984
32
32-34
Photographs of Coffeyville Lumber Co., circa 1887-early 1900s
32
35
Photographs of J. E. McCoy General Store, late-1800s
32
36
Photographs of McCoy Family Houses, circa 1910-1953
32
37
Photographs of Frank McCoy's Funeral, 1939
32
38
Photographs of Marguerite Wildenhain at Pond Farm, circa 1949
32
39
Travel Snapshots, circa 1950s-1970s
32
40
Photographs of Long Beach Earthquake and Santa Monica Flood Damage, 1933, 1938
32
41
Photograph Albums
Loose Pages from an Album, circa 1915-1920
32
42
Album, 1916-1920
32
43
Schindler House Dinner Honoring Esther McCoy, 1980s
32
44
Vesta Awards (Dismantled), 1987
33
1
Vesta Awards, Loose Items, 1987
33
2
Miscellaneous and Unidentified Photographs, circa 1900-1960s
33
3
Negatives, circa 1920s-1950s
33
4-5
Copyprints of Negatives, circa 1920s-1950s
33
6-7
Negatives, circa 1950s-1970s
33
8
9.2: Architects, circa 1898-1980s
DescriptionContainer
Abell, Thornton, Unidentified House, undated
33
9
Ain, Gregory
Photographs of Gregory Ain, circa 1950, 1955
33
10
Edwards House (1936), circa 1940s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
33
11
Ernst House (1937), circa 1960s
33
12
Scharlin House (1937), circa 1940
33
13
Dunsmuir Flats (1937-1938), 1939-1960s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
14
Becker House (1938), circa 1960s
33
15
Beckman House (1938), circa 1960s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
16
Vorkapinch House (1938), circa 1960s
33
17
Daniel House (1939), circa 1960s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
18
Hay House (1939), circa 1960s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
19
Tierman House (1939), circa 1960s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
20
Community Homes, Reseda (1945-1949), circa 1949
33
21
Avenel Cooperative Housing (1948), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
22
Mar Vista Housing (1948), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
33
23
Miller House (1948), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
24
Wilfong House (1949), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
25
Museum of Modern Art, Women's Home Companion Exhibition House (1950), 1950
33
26
Various Projects, 1929-1957, 1971
(photographs by Julius Shulman and Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
33
27-30
Unidentified Projects, undated
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
33
31
Artigas, Francisco, Various Projects, circa 1960s
33
32
Barnes, Edward Larrabee, Hallmark House, circa 1965
33
33
Barragan, Luis
Photographs of Luis Barragan, circa 1960s
33
34
Barragan House (1947-1948), circa 1948
(Oversized Items housed in Box 42)
33
35
Jardines del Pedregal (includes Alfred Ortega House), circa 1940s-1950s
(Oversized Items housed in Box 42)
33
36
Prieto Lopez House, undated
(Oversized Items housed in Box 42)
33
37
Birkerts, Gunnar, Tougaloo College (1965), circa 1965
33
38
Birkerts, Gunnar, Various Projects, circa 1960s
33
39
Blair, Donald and Saul Zaik, Salishan Village, 1965
33
40
Blake, Pater and Alan Chapman, Beach House, circa 1959
33
41
Blake, Peter and Julian Neski, Martinez House (1957), circa 1957
(Photographs by Hans Namuth have not been scanned)
33
42
C. F. Murphy Associates, Blue-Cross Blue-Shield Building, Chicago, circa 1970s
33
43
C. F. Murphy Associates, Chicago Civic Center (1965), circa 1965
33
44
Candela, Felix
Inglesia de la Virgen Milagrosa (1954), circa 1954
33
45
Chapel Coyoacou, circa 1950s
33
46
Mexican House (Transparencies), circa 1950s
33
47
Various Projects, circa 1950s-1960s
(photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
33
48-49
Cetto, Max, Cetto House, Jardines del Pedregal (1949), circa 1949
33
50
Cetto, Max, Various Projects, circa 1950
33
51
Cheval, Ferdinand, Le Palais Idéal (1923), circa 1960s
33
52
Ciampi, Mario J., Various Projects, circa 1950s-1960s
33
53
Clements, Stiles O., Richfield Oil Building (1929), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
33
54
Corbett, Mario, Unidentified House, circa 1950
33
55
Davidson, J. R.
Photographs of J. R. and Greta Davidson, 1902, 1922, 1942
33
56
Pfeifferling House (1919), circa 1919
(oversized items housed in Box 43)
33
57-58
Hi-Hat Restaurant (1929), circa 1929
33
59
Hotel Shoreland (1937), circa 1937
(Oversized items housed in Box 43)
33
60
Maitland House (1937), circa 1937
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
61
Sardis Restaurant (1937), circa 1938
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
62
Stothart House (1937), circa 1930s-1940s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
33
63-65
Berkson House (1939), circa 1940s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
66
Gretna Green Apartments (1940), 1941-1944
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
67
Thomas Mann House (1941), circa 1940s
33
68
Vigeveno House (1941), circa 1940s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
69
Joseph Kingsley House (1946), circa 1948-1951
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
70
Mrs. Paul Kingsley House (1946), 1948
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
71
Davidson House and Studio (1947), circa 1940s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
72
Osherenko House (1949), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
33
73
Rachford Harris House (1950), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
34
1
Dann House (1952), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
34
2
Rabinowitz House (1957), circa 1957
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
3
Jokl House (1958), circa 1958
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
4
"House of the Book,", 1959
(Oversized Items housed in Box 43)
34
5
Various Projects, 1926-1931, 1940-1957
(Photographs by Julius Shulman and Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
6-7
Unidentified projects, circa 1940s-1950s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman and Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
8
De la Lama, Victor, House, undated
34
9
Del Moral, Enrique, Del Moral House, circa 1952
34
10
Eggers, Henry, Unidentified House, circa 1950s
34
11
Ellwood, Craig, Scientific Data Systems Building (1966-1969), circa 1960s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
12
Ellwood, Craig, Various Projects, circa 1960s
34
13
Fletcher, Charles, Lummis House, circa 1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
14
Franzen, Ulrich and Associates, Various Projects, circa 1967-1968
34
15
Fuller, R. Buckminster, Dome, 1967 World Exhibition, circa 1967
34
16
Gehry, Frank O., Various Projects, circa 1970s
34
17
Gill, Irving
34
Photographs of Irving Gill, circa 1910-1912
(2 folders)
McKenzie House (1898), circa 1898
34
20
Stephens house (1898), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
21
Birckhead House (1901-1902), circa mid-1900s
34
22
Ellen Mason House (1901-1902), circa early-1900s
34
23
Louis B. McCagg House (1901-1902), circa early 1900s
34
24
"Wildacre" Olmstead House (1901-1902), circa mid-1900s
34
25
Christian Science Church, San Diego (1904), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
26
George Marston House (1904), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
27
Douglas House (1905), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
28
Burnham House (1906), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
29
Lee Residence, No. 1 (1906), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
30
Bailey House (1907), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
31
Melville Klauber House (1907), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
32
Laughlin House (1907), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
33
3928 3rd Avenue (circa 1908), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
34
Blair House (1908), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
35
Darst Flats (1908), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
36
Scripps Institution of Oceanography (1908), circa mid-1900s
34
37
St. James Chapel (1908), circa mid-1900s
34
38
Wilson Acton Hotel (1908), circa mid-1900s
34
39
Bishop's School (1909-1916), circa 1910s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
40-41
Fountain, San Diego (1909), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
42
Miltimore House (1911), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
43
Riverside Portland Cement Co. (1911), circa mid-1900s
34
44
Thompson House (1912), circa mid-1900s
(Oversized items housed in Box 43; photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
45
Pacific Electric Railway Station (1913), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
46
Women's Club (1913), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
47-48
Community House and Playground, La Jolla (1914), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
49
Dodge House (1916), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
50-52
Dodge House, Demolition Photographs, 1970
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
53
Dodge House, Julius Shulman Photographs, circa 1950s
34
54
Dodge House, Duplicate Photographs, circa 1950s
34
55-56
Ellen Scripps House (1916), circa 1950s
(Oversized items housed in Box 43)
34
57
Horatio West Court (1919), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
58
Christian Science Church, Coronado (1929), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
59
City Hall, Oceanside (1929), circa 1930-1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
60
Fire House and Police Station, Oceanside (1929), circa 1930-1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
61
Navada Street School (1931), circa 1930s-1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
62
Rancho Barona Chapel (1933), circa 1930s-1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
63
7th Street House, undated
34
64
Various Projects, circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
65-69
Mounted Photographs of Various Projects, circa 1950s
34
70-71
Goldfinger, Myron Henry, House on Long Beach Island, NJ, circa 1960s
(Oversized items housed in Box 43)
34
72
Goodhue, Bertram, Balboa Park Buildings (1914), 1903-circa 1950s
34
73
Goodhue, Bertram, Los Angeles Public Library (1925), circa 1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
34
74
Grace, Harrison, Grace Bros. Farm, Texarkana, circa 1950s
34
75
Greene, Charles and Henry
Photographs of Charles and Henry Greene, 1953
35
1
Irwin House (1906), 1968
35
2
R. R. Blacker House (1907), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
35
3
D. B. Gamble House (1908), circa 1959
(Photographs by Julius Shulman and Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
35
4
Crowe House (1913), circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
35
5
Various Projects, circa 1959
35
6
Gregotti, Vittorio, Industrial Building, circa 1960s
35
7
Gregotti, Vittorio, La Rinascente Department Store, circa 1960s
35
8
Jones, A. Quincy, UCLA, University Research Library (1964), circa 1964
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
35
9
Jones, A. Quincy, Various Projects, circa 1956
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
35
10
Harris, Harwell Hamilton
Fellowship Park House (1935), circa 1930s
35
11
Havens House (1940), circa 1940
35
12
Various Projects, circa 1950s-1960s
35
13-15
Kahn, Louis, Salk Institute (1965), circa 1965
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
35
16
Koenig, Pierre, Photographs of Pierre Koenig, circa 1957
35
17
Koenig, Pierre, Various Projects, circa 1960s
35
18
Lautner, John, Photographs of John Lautner, undated
35
19
Lautner, John, Various Projects, circa 1950s-1960s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
35
20
Le Corbusier, Visual Arts Center, Harvard University, circa 1961
35
21
Lopez-Bermudez, "$1500 House,", circa 1952
35
22
Lustig, Alvin, Accessory Shop, 1952
35
23
Madaleno, Juan Sordo, Various Projects, circa 1950s
35
24
Maiden, Rowan, Nepenthe Restaurant, circa 1950
35
25
Mariscal, Nicolas, House, undated
35
26
Martinez, Ramon Torres, House, circa 1950s
35
27
Maybeck, Bernard
Photographs of Bernard Maybeck, circa 1940
35
28
Hearst Hall (1899), circa mid-1900s
35
29
Wyntoon on McCloud River (1902), circa mid-1900s
35
30
Unitarian Church, Paolo Alto (1906), circa mid-1900s
35
31
Lawson House (1907), circa 1950s
35
32
First Church of Christ Scientists (1910-1912), circa 1950s
(Oversized items housed in Box 43; photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
35
33-34
Chick House (1913), circa 1913
35
35
Palace of Fine Arts (1913-1915), undated
35
36
Marx Greene House (1916), 1959
35
37
Bingham House (1917), circa mid-1900s
35
38
Packard Agencies (1926-1929), circa mid-1900s
35
39
Earle C. Anthony House (1927), circa mid-1900s
35
40
Various Projects, circa 1910-1950s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
35
41-43
McCue and Associates, Chevron Research Laboratory, circa 1965
35
44
Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig
Photographs of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, circa 1960
35
45
Museum of Fine Arts Houston (1958), circa 1958-1959
35
46
Seagram Building (1958), circa 1958-1959
35
47
Ron Bacardi Administration Building (1961), circa 1961
35
48
Redevelopment Project, circa 1960
35
49
Unidentified Administration Building, circa 1960
35
50
Miller, Leroy R., House, undated
35
51
Morgan, William, Various Projects, 1966-1968
(Oversized items housed in Box 43)
35
52
Morrison, Manuel Rosen, Various Projects, circa 1960s
35
53
Nervi, Pier, Various Projects, circa 1960s
35
54-55
Neutra, Richard
Lovell House (1929), circa mid-1900s
35
56
Lovell House, Julius Shulman Photographs, circa mid-1900s
35
57
Lovell House, Negatives, circa mid-1900s
35
58
Bailey House (1946), circa 1940s
35
59
Tramaine House (1948), circa 1948
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
35
60
Various Projects, circa mid-1900s
(Photographs by Julius Shulman have not been scanned)
35
61
O'Gorman, Juan
Photographs of Juan O'Gorman, circa 1950s-1960s
(Oversized items housed in Box 43)
35
62
O'Gorman House (1951), circa 1951
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
35
63-67
Central Library, University of Mexico (1952), circa 1952
(Oversized items housed in Box 43; photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
35
68-69
Chapultepec Castle (1960-1961) (Transparencies), circa 1960-1961
36
1
Primary School, circa 1950s-1960s
36
2
Taxco Mural, circa 1956
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
36
3
Communications Building, University of Mexico, circa 1950s
(Photographs by Marvin Rand have not been scanned)
36
4
Various Projects, circa 1950s-1960s