University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Martin S. Kermacy:

An Inventory of his Collection of materials documenting the Austrian Secession principally in the 17th, 18th and 20th centuries



Collection Summary

Creator: Kermacy, Martin Stephen, 1915-2007
Title: Martin S. Kermacy Collection of materials documenting the Austrian Secession principally and the 17th, 18th and 20th centuries
Abstract: Architectural drawings (prints), photographs, slides, maps, art and architectural books (transferred to the Architecture and Planning Library Special Collections) cover the core subjects of European architecture of the 19th and 20th centuries, particularly the Austrian Secession and the German Jugendstil. The materials were collected by Professor Kermacy during his tenure as a Fulbright Lecturer at the Technische Hochschule Wien during 1955 and 1956. In addition, the collection includes 92 exhibition panels for "Art Nouveau and Vienna Secession. From Otto Wagner to Adolf Loos." Lastly, there are reports and drawings of students of Kermacy as well as drawings from Kermacy's professional practice.
Identification: KER Accession number(s): 1998001
Quantity: 271 drawings, 118 maps, 1 lithograph, 232 photographic prints, 16,197 slides
Language: Materials are in English and German.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of Martin Stephen Kermacy

Martin S. Kermacy was born April 6, 1915 in Kula, Hungary. He studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, receiving a Bachelor of Architecture in 1938 and Master of Architecture in 1939. He taught at at the University of Texas School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin from 1947 to 1983, retiring as Professor Emeritus of Architecture and Planning. He died in Austin, Texas on June 8, 2007.


Scope and Content of the collection

Architectural drawings (prints), photographs, slides, maps, art and architectural books (transferred to the Architecture and Planning Library Special Collections) cover the core subjects of European architecture of the 19th and 20th centuries, particularly the Austrian Secession and the German Jugendstil. The materials were collected by Professor Kermacy during his tenure as a Fulbright Lecturer at the Technische Hochschule Wien during 1955 and 1956.

In addition, the collection includes 92 exhibition panels for "Art Nouveau and Vienna Secession. From Otto Wagner to Adolf Loos." Lastly, there are reports and drawings of students of Kermacy as well as drawings from Kermacy's professional practice.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Access is by appointment only to any serious scholar. Rolled materials must be flattened before viewing. A three day advance notice is required to flatten rolled materials. Portions of this collection are not processed and may not be accessible.

Restrictions on Use

Permission for publication is given on behalf of the University of Texas as the owner of the collection and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must be obtained by the researcher. For more information please see the Alexander Architectural Archive's Use Policy.


Related Material

Selections from Kermacy's library are located in the Architecture and Planning Library Special Collections. Please refer to the unpublished finding aid in the archive, or consult library or archive staff for more information.

Originals of the sepia copy plans in Series III, and a portion of the images on exhibit panels in Series VI, are held by the Bauamt der Stadt Wien (Building Department, Vienna, Austria).

Originals of the photographic prints in Series V and a portion of the slides in Series IV are held by the Bildarchiv der Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, http://www.onb.ac.at/sammlungen/bildarchiv/index.htm(Photo Archive of the Austrian National Library).


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Martin S. Kermacy Collection of materials documenting the Austrian Secession principally and the 17th, 18th and 20th centuries, the Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Acquisition Information

Transferred to the Alexander Architectural Archive from the University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture.

Processing Information

Sparrow, Dodd, Havens, Allen. Processing is not completed. Please consult Archives staff for more information. Finding aid compiled by Martin S. Kermacy.


Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

 

Series I: Vienna Summary

Series Abstract
The Vienna Summary series consists of Kermacy's personal index to his Vienna holdings. Along with a key, it is a seven column table offering information including: the number of reference works, architects/artists, dates, building names, number of drawings, number of slides, and number of photographic prints. See the archival staff for a more detailed summary.



 

Series II : Vienna Bibliography

Series Abstract
The Vienna Bibliography series includes a total of 120 items: books, monographs, pamphlets, and printed materials. These items are located in the Architecture and Planning Library Special Collections. This list begins with a list of the Architect or Artist followed by the number reference items in parenthesis. "Vienna Biblio" Boxes contain loose ephemera. Contact the Alexander Architectural Archive for other indexes of these materials.
ARCHITECTS & ARTISTS (75 titles under the following list of personae):
Boeckel, Herbert (1)
Ferstel, Heinrich (1)
Fischer v. Erlach, J. B. (2)
Fuerich, Josef (4)
Hansen, Theophilos (2)
Hasenauer, Carl (1)
Hoffmann, Josef (4)
Mueller, Johann G (5)
Nuell, Edvard v. (1)
Olbrich, Joseph M (7)
Peche, Dagobert (1)
Plecnik, Josef (1)
Prandtauer, Jacob (1)
Schiele, Egon (6)
Klimt, Gustav (8)
Loos, Adolf (8)
Moser, Koloman (1)
Schmidt, Friedrich (2)
Wagner, Otto (16)
Wagnerschule (3)
Boeckl, Herbert
Hofmann, Werner. ZEICHNUNGEN UND AQUARELLE. 73 pp. Schriften des Museums des 20. Jahrhunderts. Verlag Brueder Rosenbaum. Wien 1968.
Ferstel, Heinrich
FERSTEL, HEINRICH FREIHERR von. 8pp. Festschrift zur Feierlichen Enthuelling Seiner Bueste in der k.k. Universitaet zu Wien. Im Selbstverlage der Wiener Bau-Gesellschaft Wien, Paperback. [Dedication at the formal unveiling of Ferstel's Bust at the University of Vienna. Published by the Building Society of Vienna, 1886], 1886.
Fischer, J. B. v. Erlach
Frey, Dagobert. JOHANN BERNHARD FISCHER VON ERLACH. Eine Studie ueber seine Stellung in der Entwicklung der Wiener Palastfassade. 214 pp. text including 64 illus. Wiener Jahrbuch fuer Kunstgeschichte. Benno Filser-Verlag, Augsburg, 1921-22.
JOHANN BERNHARD FISCHER VON ERLACH. 268 pp., 48 b&w pl. Katalog der Ausstellung: Graz, Wien, Salzburg, Paperback, 1956/1957.
Fuerich, Josef.
Fuerich, Josef. ER IST AUFERSTANDEN. 15 pen & ink dwgs illustrating biblical events. Verlag von Georg Wigand, Leipzig, Paperback, no date.
LEBENS ERINNERUNGEN. 118 pp., 50 drawings and portrait of the artist. Heinrich Schneider-See Verlag, Bregenz, Paperback, no date.
Fuerich, Josef. VON DER KUNST. 39 pp. Verlag von Carl Sartori, Wien, Paperback, 1866.
Woerndle, Heinrich. JOSEF FUERICH'S WERKE. 255 pp., 8 illus. Verlag von Artaria & Co., Wien, 1914.
Hansen, Theophilos.
Nieman, Georg, und Ferd. von Feldegg. THEOPHILOS HANSEN UND SEINE WERKE. (1813-1891) 145 pp. 5 kupfertafeln, 1 farbendrucke und 68 textfiguren. Verlag von Anton Schroll & Co., Wien, 1893.
WIENER BAUTEN-ALBUM. Loose plates, published as supplements to Wiener Bau-Industrie Zeitung, Vienna. See Ritter von Ephrussi Haus, Plate No. 71. 1893.
Hasenauer, Carl
HASENAUER, CARL. Erlaeuternde Denkschrift ueber sein Project fuer die neu zu erbauenden k.k. Museen. {Explanatory Memorandum concerning his Project for the prospective new Imperial Museums}18 pp., 2 diag. plans. Selbstverlag von Karl Hasenauer, Wien, Paperback, 1867.
WIENER BAUTEN-ALBUM. Loose plates, published as supplements to Wiener Bau-Industrie Zeitung, Vienna. Natural History Museum: Plate Nos. 97-100; Grillparzer Monument Plate No. 84; Maria-Theresianplatz fountain figures: Plate Nos. 5 and 40. 1893.
Hoffmann, Josef.
Rochowanski, L. W.. JOSEF HOFFMAN: EINE STUDIE ZU SEINEM 80. GEBURTSTAG. 69 pp. Sketches and binding by Hoffmann, and portrait drawing by Emil Orlik.
JOSEF HOFFMANN ZUM 60. GEBURTSTAGE, 15. 76 pp. Special issue of the magazine "Almanach der Dame", Wien, Testimonials from Behrens, Berlage, Le Corbusier, Gropius, Poelzig, and others. Frontispiece photo autographed for me during luncheon at Schwarzenberg Cafe summer of 1 955. Paperback. Dezember 1930. 1930.
Sekler, Eduard F. JOSEF HOFFMANN - DAS ARCHITEKTONISCHE WERK. 539 pp. Residenz Verlag, Salzburg u. Wien, 1982.
SANATORIUM PURKERSDORF, Wien XIV, Purkersdorf. 20 pp. pamphlet outlining fees and services for prospective patients. Numerous photos of the site and facilities. Paperback. No date.
Klimt, Gustav.
Bahr, Hermann. GEGEN KLIMT. 76 pp. Collected newspaper articles critical of Klimt and his work, Verlag von J. Eisenstein & Co., Wien-Leipzig, Paperback. 1903.
GUSTAV KLIMT - EGON SCHIELE. Commemorating 50. anniversary of their deaths. No pagination. Copiously illustrated in b&w and in color plates. Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Oesterreichischer Bundesverlag, Wien, Paperback 1968.
Glueck, Gustav. GUSTAV KLIMT. 10 Handzeichnungen mit einem Begleitwort. Rikola Verlag, Wien, Paperback. 1922.
Nebehay, Christian. GUSTAV KLIMT: 56 Zeichnungen. Catalog XI, Wien, Paperback. no date.
Novotny, Fritz, u. Johannes Dobai. GUSTAV KLIMT. 423 pp. Im Verlag Galerie Welz, Salzburg, 1967.
Salten, Felix. GUSTAV KLIMT, Gelegentliche Anmerkungen. 45 pp. Wiener Verlag, Wien und Leipzig, Paperback. 1903.
Strobl, Alice. GUSTAV KLIMT, Zeichnungen und Gemaelde. 12 pp. text, 59 b.w. and color pl. Verlag Galerie Welz, Salzburg, Paperback. 1962.
Strobl, Alice. GUSTAV KLIMT, 25 Zeichnungen ausgewaehlt und bearbeitet von Alice Strobl. Text14 pp. each in German and in English.25 b.w. dwgs., loose matted plates 16-3/4" × 23- 1/2". Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt Graz-Wien, 1964.
Loos, Adolf.
ADOLF LOOS: ZUM 60. GEBURTSTAG AM 10. 68 pp. Copy No. 992 of a limited edition of 1000 numbered copies. A commemorative brochure comprising 41 testimonials to Loos from contemporaries in literature and the arts, including Alban Berg, Max Eisler, Johannes Itten, Oskar Kokoschka, Maurice Maeterlinck, J. J. P. Oud, Gustav Adolf Platz, Ezra Pound, Arnold Schoenberg, Rudolf Serkin, Bruno Taut. Im Verlag von Richard Lanyi, Wien, Paperback. DEZEMBER 1930. 1930.
Kulka, Heinrich. ADOLF LOOS: DAS WERK DES ARCHITEKTEN. 43 pp. text, 270 illus. including plans, sections, photos of projects and executed works. Verlag von Anton Schroll & Co., Wien, Paperback. 1931.
Loos, Adolf. INS LEERE GESPROCHEN: 1897-1900. 222 pp. Die Schriften von Adolf Loos in zwei Baenden. 1. Band, 2. ed. Brenner-Verlag, Innsbruck, 1932.
Loos, Adolf. TROTZDEM: 254 pp. Die Schriften von Adolf Loos in zwei Baenden. 2. Band, 1.ed. Brenner- Verlag, Innsbruck, 1900-1930. 1931.
Loos, Adolf. TROTZDEM: 1900-1930.257 pp. Die Schriften von Adolf Loos in zwei Baenden. 2. Band, 2 ed. "Der Staat und die Kunst" and "Oskar Kokoschka" essays added to the contents of the first edition. Brenner-Verlag, Innsbruck, 1931.
Loos, Claire. ADOLF LOOS PRIVAT. 162 pp. Verlag der Johannes-Presse, Wien, 1936.
Marilaun, Karl. ADOLF LOOS. 45 pp. Die Wiedergabe: Wiener Gegenwart und Ihr Besitz - eine Sammlung kleiner Buecher herausgegeben von Paul Stefan. 1. Reihe, 5. Band. Wiener Literarische Anstalt, Wien, Paperback. 1922.
Muenz, Ludwig. ADOLF LOOS. 153 pp. Text, bio., biblio., dwgs. and photo illus. II Balcone, Milano, Paperback. 1956.
Moser, Koloman
FLAECHENSCHMUCK. 30 color plates loose in board folder.. Die Quelle Nr, III. Martin Gerlach u. Co., Wien-Leipzig, no date.
Mueller, Johann Georg
Eitelberger, R. GESAMMELTE KUNSTHISTORISCHE SCHRIFTEN. Wilhelm Braumueller, K. K. Hof-und-Univeristaets Buchhaendler, Wien.I. Band: Kunst und Kuenstler Wiens. 432 pp. 1879.
JOHANN GEORG MUELLER, ARCHITECT. 15 pp. 1 portrait, 1 page from sketchbook, design for Swiss Nat'l Monument. Kuenstlergesellschaft, Zuerich, No. 20. 1860.
Polasek, Boris I. JOHANN GEORG MUELLER (1822-1849), Ein Schweizer Architekt, Dichter und Maler. 36 pp., 8 plates. Historischen Verein des Kantons St. Gallen. Verlag der Fehr'schen Buchhandlung, St. Gallen, Paperback. 1957.
Rieger, Franz. DIE ALTLERCHENFELDER KIRCHE (Johann Georg Mueller, Architekt). 96 pp. Published to commemorate 50. anniversary of dedication, 1861-1911.Gerlach & Wiedling, Wien, 1911.
Ziegler, J. M. AUS DEM KUENSTLERISCHEN NACHLASSE VON JOHANN GEORG MUELLER. 19 pp. text, 43 numbered color plates. Verlag von Joh. Wurster & Comp., Winterthur (14- 3/4" × 19" (Handwritten dedication on cover: "_____, Muenchen. Hochachtungsvoll, J. M. Ziegler") 1860.
Nuell, Edward v. d.
Nuell, E. v. d. ANDEUTUNG UEBER DIE KUNSTGEMAESSE BEZIEHUNG DES ORNAMENTS ZUR ROHEN FORM. "Oesterreichischen Blaettern fuer Literatur und Kunst". Dr. A. Schmidl, Wien, 1845.
Olbrich, Joseph M.
ARCHITEKTUR VON OLBRICH. Verlegt bei Ernst Wasmuth, Berlin, Plans, sketches, photos, no text. Missing plates 11-13, 18, 24- 26, 30-34, 39, 41-44, 46, 48, 49, 53-74, 76-80, 83-100, 103-107, 115-118, 121-123, 127, 131, 132, 138-143. The last plate is No. 144. no date.
ARCHITEKTUR VON OLBRICH: Das Haus Feinhals in Coeln- Marienburg. Folio, 17 photo plates, no text. Verlag von Ernst Wasmuth, Berlin, Paperback. no date.
Olbrich, Joseph M. IDEEN VON OLBRICH. 121 pp. 2. expanded ed. Dedication by Olbrich to Grossherzog von Hessen. Introduction by Ludwig Hevesi. Illustrations only, no text by Olbrich. Baumgaertner's Buchhandlung, Leipzig, no date. The Veronesi OLBRICH gives 1904 for 2. ed; Gerlach & Schenk, Wien, 1900, for original ed.
JOSEPH M. OLBRICH, DAS WERK DES ARCHITEKTEN. 355 pp. Catalog of exhibition marking 100. birthday anniversary. Hessischen Landesmuseum in Darmstadt, Paperback. 1967.
Latham, Ian. JOSEPH MARIA OLBRICH. 156 pp. Academy Editions, London, 1980.
Spalt, Johannes. JOSEPH MARIA OLBRICH. Zum 100. Geburtstag am 22. November, 1967. No pagination. Catalog of exhibition marking 100. birthday anniversary. Austrian Society of Architects, Vienna, Paperback. November, 1967.
Veronesi, Gulia. JOSEPH MARIA OLBRICH. 168 pp. Text, bio., biblio., dwgs. and photo illus. II Balcone, Milano, Paperback. 1948.
Peche, Dagobert
DAGOBERT PECHE GEDAECHTNIS AUSSTELLUNG, Sept-Nov., 1923. 36 pp. text, 26 pl. Oesterreichisches Museum fuer Kunst u. Industrie. Kunstverlag Anton Schroll & Co, Wien, Paperback. 1923.
Plecnik, Josef
JOSEF PLECNIK, 1872-1957, WIEN-PRAG-LAIBACH. Exhibit commemorating 10th anniversary of his death. Vienna, May 27 to June 30, 1967. Sponsored by the Austrian Architecture Society and produced by Boris Podreka. Mimeographed stapled brochure: introduction by Podreka; biography; chronological list of works in Vienna, Prag and Laibach; bibliography.
16 unnumbered pp.
Poster Ilustrating crypt of Heiligengeistkirche, b.w. 23-1/2" × 16- 1/2".
Prandtauer, Jakob
PRANDTAUER, (Jakob) UND SEIN KUNSTKREIS. 298 pp. text, 40 pl., 4 in color., 1 plan of theMelk monastery. Exhibition catalog, Stift Melk, Mai-Okt, 1960. Oesterreichische Staatsdruckerei, Wien, Paperback. 1960.
Schiele, Egon.
Benesch, Otto. EGON SCHIELE ALS ZEICHNER. 14 pp. text, 23 loosecolor plates. Verlag der Oesterreichischen Staatsdruckerei, Wien, Paperback. no date.
EGON SCHIELE 1890-1918. 70 pp. Exhibition catalog, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Mass., Paperback. 1960.
EGON SCHIELE IM GEFAENGNIS. Preface by Arthur Roessler. 38 pp, including 9 sketches, paintings. Verlag Carl Konegen, Wien-Leipzig, 1922.
Karpfen, Fritz. DAS EGON SCHIELE BUCH. 106 pp. text, 62 illus. Verlag der Wiener Graphischen Werkstaette, Wien-Leipzig, Paperback. 1921.
Mitsch, Erwin. EGON SCHIELE, Zeichnungen und Aquarelle. 79 pp. Verlag Galerie Welz, Salzburg, Paperback. 1961.
GUSTAV KLIMT - EGON SCHIELE. Commemorating 50. anniversary of their deaths. No pagination. Copiously illustrated in b&w and in color plates. Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Oesterreichischer Bundesverlag, Wien, Paperback 1968.
Schmidt, Friedrich.
Reichensberger, August. Zur Characterizierung des Baumeisters FRIEDRICH FREIHERRN VON SCHMIDT (1825-1891). 24 pp. Verlag von L. Schwann, Duesseldorf. Paperback. No date.
SCHMIDT, FRIEDRICH. 11 pp. Verlag des Oesterreichischen Ingenieur und Arkitekten-Vereins, Wien, Paperback. 1891.
Wagner, Otto
Wagner, Otto. DIE BAUKUNST UNSERER ZEIT. 4. ed. (of Moderne Architektur). 138 pp. Contains the Forward to each of the preceding three editions.Verlag Anton Schroll & Co., Wien, Paperback. 1914.
Wagner, Otto. DIE GROSZSTADT. 23 pp., 2 plans, 1 perspective. Verlag von Anton Schroll & Co., Wien, 1911.
Wagner, Otto. ERLAEUTERUNG ZUR BAUVOLLENDUNG DER KIRCHE DER NIEDEROEST. LANDES HEIL-UND-PFLEGE ANSTALTEN. 16 pp. Illustrated string-bound paper pamphlet written and designed by Wagner. Explains circumstances, purpose, material, construction, exterior and interior aspects, cost, lists painters, sculptors and arch. assistants to Wagner and firms employed in the construction. Der N.Oe. Landes- Ausschuss, Wien, im Paperback. Oktober 1907.
Wagner, Otto. MODERNE ARCHITEKTUR. 101 pp. Verlag von Anton Schroll & Co., Wien, The original edition. Title- page bears hand-written inscription, "Sr. Excellenz dem hochgeborenen Herrn (Doyens)? Grafen von Latour achtungsvoll gewidmet vom Verfasser". Paperback. 1896.
Wagner, Otto. MODERNE ARCHITEKTUR, 2. Auflage. 120 pp. Verlag von Anton Schroll & Co., Wien, Hand-written inscription on fly-leaf: "Sr. Excellenz dem Freiherrn Emil von Chertek, hochachtungsvollst gewidmet vom Verfasser". 1898.
Wagner, Otto. ZUR KUNSTFOERDERUNG EIN MAHNWORT. 105 pp. Verlag Eduard Kosmack, Wien, Paperback. 1909.
Ankwicz-Kleehoven, Hans. OTTO WAGNER. In "Grosse Oesterreicher" pp. 35-44. Oesterreichischer Bundesverlag, Wien, Paperback. 1947.
Geretsegger, Heinz, u. Max Peintner. OTTO WAGNER. 275 pp. text, illus. dwgs & photos. Residenzverlag, Salzburg, 1964.
Kassal-Mikula, Renata, u. Jan Koci. OTTO WAGNER (1841-1918), DIE WIENER STADTBAHN. Catalog to exhibition at Otto Wagner Pavilion, Wien, Paperback. 1979.
Lux, Joseph August. OTTO WAGNER. 168 pp. 120 illus. Delphin Verlag, Munich, This is No. 16 of 50 numbered copies signed by Wagner and the author and bound in goose-leather. The front and back covers are missing, and the book is in poor condition. 1914.
Ostwald, Hans. OTTO WAGNER: Ein Beitrag zum Verstaendnis seines baukuenstlerisches Schaffens. 118 pp. Verlag Buchdruckerei AG Baden, Baden, Doctoral dissertation at the Technische Hochschule Zurich. Rich in bibliographical references. Paperback 1948.
OTTO WAGNER, Das Werk des Architekten. 66 pp. text, 32 pl. Verlag des Historisches Museums der Stadt Wien, Wien, Paperback. 1963.
OTTO WAGNER; Das Werk des Wiener Architekten, 1841-1918. Hessisches Landesmuseum, Darmstadt, Catalog incl. Forward by Franz Glueck, essay by Otto Antonio Graf, numerous illistrations of dwgs. and photos. Paperback. 1964.
Pirchan, Emil. OTTO WAGNER. 32 pp. text, 28 pl. Bergland Verlag, Wien, Author a student of Wagner's. Frontispiece photo and facs. signature. Chronology, bibliography, list of works. Paperback. 1956.
Tietze, Hans. OTTO WAGNER. 16 pp. text, 16 pl. Rikola Verlag, Wien, 1922.
WIENER BAUTEN-ALBUM. Loose plates, published as supplements to Wiener Bau-Industrie Zeitung, Vienna. Otto Wagner Bldgs: Plate No. 80,Stadiongasse 6 & 8; Plate No. 95: Universitaetstrasse 12. 1893.
Wagnerschule
Graf, Otto Antonio. DIE VERGESSE WAGNERSCHULE. 40 pp., 128 illus. Schriften des Museums des 20. Jahrhunderts, Wien. Verlag Jugend und Volk, Wien, 1969.
AUS DER WAGNERSCHULE: MCM. Forward by Alfred Roller. Verlag von Anton Schroll & Co., Wien, Paperback. 1901.
DAS EHRENJAHR OTTO WAGNERS. 56 pp. Students' work. Introduction by Wagner, Forward by Arthur Roessler. Verlag von Eduard Kosmack, Wien, 1912.
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Eitelberger, R.
Eitelberger, R. DIE KUNSTBEWEGUNG IN OESTERREICH SEIT DER PARISER WELTAUSSTELLUNG IM JAHRE 1867. 150 pp. K. K. Schulbuecher-Verlag, Wien, Paperback. 1878.
Eitelberger, R.. GESAMMELTE KUNSTHISTORISCHE SCHRIFTEN. Wilhelm Braumueller, K. K. Hof-und-Universitaets-Buchhaendler, Wien. Paperbacks.
I. Band: Kunst und Kuenstler Wiens. 432 pp. 1879.
II. Band: Oesterreichisches Kunst-Institut. 407 pp. 1879.
III. Band: Die Aufgaben des Zeichenunterrichts. 390 pp., 46 illus. 1884.
IV. Band: Kunstdenkmale Dalmatiens. 396 pp. text, 115 woodcuts, 26 plates. 1884.
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21 Bahr, Hermann. SECESSION. 266 pp., 3. ed. Wiener Verlag, Buchhandlung L. Rosner. Wien, Paperback. 1900.
Fuerich, Josef.
Fuerich, Josef. ER IST AUFERSTANDEN. 15 pen & ink dwgs. illustrating biblical events. Verlag von Georg Wigand, Leipzig, Paperback. no date.
Fuerich, Josef. VON DER KUNST. 39 pp. Verlag von Carl Sartori, Wien, Paperback. 1866.
Hasenauer, Carl. Erlaeuternde Denkschrift ueber sein Project fuer die neu zu erbauenden k.k. Museen. {Explanatory Memorandum concerning his Project for the prospective new Imperial Museums}. 18 pp., 2 diag. plans. Selbstverlag von Karl Hasenauer, Wien, Paperback. 1867.
Hoffmann, Josef
SANATORIUM PURKERSDORF, Wien XIV, Purkersdorf. 20 pp. pamphlet outlining fees and services for prospective patients. Numerous photos of the site and facilities. Paperback. No date.
Karpfen, Fritz. DAS EGON SCHIELE BUCH. 106 pp. text, 62 illus. Verlag der Wiener Graphischen Werkstaette, Wien- Leipzig, Paperback. 1921.
Plecnik, Josef
JOSEF PLECNIK, 1872-1957, WIEN-PRAG-LAIBACH. Exhibit commemorating 10th anniversary of his death. Vienna, May 27 to June 30, 1967.Sponsored by the Austrian Architecture Society and produced by Boris Podreka. Mimeographed stapled brochure: introduction by Podreka; biography; chronological list of works in Vienna,Prag and Laibach; bibliography.16 unnumbered pp.
Ranzoni, Emerich. WIENER BAUTEN. 105 pp. Lehmann & Wentzel, Wien, Paperback. 1873.
Semper, Gottfried. KLEINE SCHRIFTEN. 516 pp. Berlin u. Stuttgart. Verlag von W. Spemann, Paperback. 1884.
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22 Brinckmann, A. E. VON GUARINO GUARINI BIS BALTHASAR NEUMANN. 17 pp., numerous photos and drawings. Deutscher Verein fuer Kunstwissenschaft, Berlin, Paperback. 1932.
Leixner, Otmar. DER HOLZBZU. 168 pp. text, 8 plates. Verlag von Lehmann & Wentzel, Wien, Paperback. 1907.
Petzold, E. DIE LANDSCHAFTS-GAERTNEREI. 316 pp. Verlag Georg Heinrich Meyer, Leipzig, Paperback. 1896.
Sturm, Leonhard Christoph. CIVIL BAUKUNST. 32 pp., 11 engraved plates. Verlegung
JeremiaWolffens/Kunsthaendlers, Augspurg, Cardboard covers. 1718.
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23 Glueck, Gustav. GUSTAV KLIMT. 10 Handzeichnungen mit einem Begleitwort. Rikola Verlag, Wien, Paperback. 1922.
Holme, Charles, ed. ART REVIVAL IN AUSTRIA. The Studio, Special Summer Number, London, Paperback. 1906.
Lux, Jos. August. DIE MODERNE WOHNUNG UND IHRE AUSSTATTUNG. 175 pp. 175 illus. and 8 color plates. Wiener Verlag, Wien u. Leipzig, Paperback. 1905.
Wilhelmi, Rudolf. DIE FRESKEN KARL FRIEDRICH SCHINKEL'S. 23 pp.text, 4 b&w plates. J. Jolowicz, Berlin Paperback. 1882.
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24 THE CITY OF PALACES. Picture Atlas of the Columbian Exposition with detailed text for each photo. Plates hand-colored. 176 pp. "Compliments of W. H. Heegard & Co., Cigars." Chicago, 1894.
Ferstel, Heinrich
FERSTEL, HEINRICH FREIHERR von. 8pp. Festschrift zur Feierlichen Enthuelling Seiner Bueste in der k.k. Universitaet zu Wien. Im Selbstverlage der Wiener Bau-Gesellschaft Wien, Paperback. {Dedication at the formal unveiling of Ferstel's Bust at the University of Vienna. Published by the Building Society of Vienna, 1886} 1886.
Mauke, Afolf. BAUWERKE DES XIX. JAHRHUNDERTS. 18 plates, 65 dwgs.Benno Schwabe, Verlagsbuchhandlung, Basel Paperback. 1899.
PLANO DE SALAMANCA. 1858.Published by the City, Paper folder. 1971.
Schmidt, Friedrich.. 11 pp. Verlag des Oesterreichischen Ingenieur und Arkitekten-Vereins, Wien, Paperback. 1891.
WIENER BAU-VORSCHRIFTEN {Vienna Building Code}. 15 pp. Dated Vienna, Paperback. Dec. 13, 1829.
WIENER BAUTEN-ALBUM. Wien String-bound loose plates,published as supplements to "Wiener Bau-Industrie Zeitung". 1893.
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Series III: Drawings from Bauamt der Stadt Wien (Building Department, Vienna)

Series Abstract
This series offers an inventory of 179 drawings covering 33 of the most important buildings of the Austrian Secession. These are sepia copies of plans originally filed with applications for building permits in Vienna. This material was collected by Professor Kermacy during his tenure as Fulbright Lecturer at the Technische Hochschule Wien during 1955-1956.
Permission to reproduce these images can only be given by the Bauamt der Stadt Wien (Building Department, Vienna). See Related Material section near beginning of this finding aid for contact information.
FRIEDRICH v. DIETZ, Arch.
FLORIDSDORF GISEASAELLE. (XXI.) before 1907. Original facade in Strygowski, Die Bildenede Kunst der Gegenwart, (Drawings are of conversion to Cinema, 1919)
Plan
Elevation, Cross Section, Longitudina Section
MAX FABIANI, Arch.
PORTOIS & FIX GESCHAEFTSHAUS. (III.) 1899
Plan: Parterre{Main Floor}, dated 9/1/1899
Parterre Mezzanine
Parterre I. {2nd} Floor
Elevation
Sections AB, CD, EF
FELLNER & HELMER, Archs.
WARENHAUS GERNGROSS. (VII.) 1904
Site Plan, Elevation, Structure. 5/29/1903
Revised Elevation. 7/11/1903
Plan: Parterre {Main Floor} 6/21/904
Plan: Mezzanine 6/21/904
Plan: I. {2nd} Floor 6/21/904
Plan: II. {3rd} Floor 6/21/904
Cross Section 5/29/1903
Longitudinal Section
WARENHAUS SCHEIN, (I.) 1895
Cellar & Basement Plan, 1895
Revised Attic Framing Plan, 1895
Elevation & Section: Front Wall
Remodelling by Rudolf Erdos, Arch., 1909.
Parterre {Main Floor} Plan
Mezzanine Plan
No. 11 STEPHANSPLATZ. (I.) 1893.
Plans
Longitudinal & Cross Sections
Elevations
Detail Facade & Plan
WOHNHAUS JOS, ENGELHARDT. Steing. (III.) 19
Floor Plan
Site Plan, Elevation, Section
KARL FISCHL, Arch..
WOHNHAUS MARIA PERGER, (XIV.) 1902
Site Plan & Front Elevation, 8/29/1901.
Section - original design
Plans - I. (2nd), II. {3rd}, Attic Floors, 4/1902
Revised, Basement & Hochparterre, 4/1902
JOSEF HOFFMANN, Arch.
1ST CARLMOLL/KOLO MOSER HAUS. (XIX.) 1900
Plan Hochparterre
Front Elevation
Side Elevations
Section CD
Section AB
Revised Plans {1901}
Plans: Site
Plans: Tiefparterre
Plans: Dachboden
Plans: Obere Dachboden
VILLA SPRITZER, aka.Karasz Haus. Steinfeldg. (XIX.) 1901
Plans: Parterre {Main Floor}
Plans: I. {2nd} Floor
Plans: Attic
Section AB
South Elevation
Revised - Basement Plan, N&W Elevations, Section AB.
Garage addition: Site & Floor Plan, Elevation, Section AB.
2ND CARL MOLL HAUS. Wollergasse (XIX.) 1909
Elevations, Section AB, Wall Detail.
Revised Plans. Undated.
Plans: Site
Plans: Tiefparterre
Plans: Parterre & Garden
Plans: I. {2nd} Floor
Plans: Attic
Longitudinal Section thru Site
VILLA AST, Steinfeldgasse 2, (XIX.) 1910
Site Plan
Main Floor complete with Site Plan
Garden Elevation
Elevation, Wall Section
Section AB
Plan: I. {2nd} Floor, 3/8/1911
Plan: Attic
OSKAR LASKE & V. FIALA, Archs
ZIRKUS RENZ....(II.) 1883.
Plan: Parterre
Plan: 1st Gallery
Plan: 2nd Gallery
SectTON
ENGEL APOTHEKE. Bognerg. 13, (I.) 1902
Front Elevation, Rear Elevation, Section
ADOLF LOOS, Arch.
GESCHAEFTSHAUS GOLDMAN & SALATSCH. Michaelerpl. (I.) 1910-12
Plans: I. {2nd} floor, 2 mezzanines
Plan Parterre {Main Floor}, Section CD
Section AB
Elevations - 7/25/1910
Elevations - 12/29/1910
Perspective - 3/29/1912
STEINER HAUS, (XIII.), 1910:
Plans: Souterraine
Parterre
I Floor
Attic
Street Elevation
Section AB
East Elevation
North & South Elevations
SCHEU HAUS, (XIII.), 1913
Plans: Site
Souterrain
Hochparterre
I. Floor
II. Floor
Elevations: Street Facade
Garden Facade
Section AB
HORNER HAUS, (XIII.) 1912
Plans: Souterrain
Parterre
I. Floor
II. Floor
Attic
Site
Elevations
Section
ROBERT OERLEY, Arch.
LUITHLEN SANATARIUM. (VIII.), 1907
Plan: Hochparterre {Main Floor}
Plan: I. Floor
Plan: Attic
Plan: Roof
Elevation
Concrete Structure - Detail
Detail Sections X-Xa, X1-X1a
Section thru Room & Bath, Section AB
JOSEF OLBRICH, Arch.
SECESSION (I.) 1898
Plan: Site
Plan: Basement, 4/6/1898
Plan: Ground Floor
Front Elevation
Rear Elevation
Longitudinal Section AB
Cross Sections CD, GH
Cross Section EF
Revised Dwgs, 10/19/1898
Plan: I Floor
Section CD
Longitudinal Section AB
Plan Parterre {Main Floor}, 7/5/1900
JOSEF PLECNIK, Arch.
ZACHERL HAUS, (I.) (Plecnik with Krauss & Tolk) 1904.
Elevations
Sections AB, CD, EF, GH
Wall Section at 4th level and Attic
Plan - Parterre
Plan Mezzanine
Plan I. & II. floors
Plan Attic
HEILIGENGEISTKIRCHE. (XV.), 1910-12
Plan Basement
Plan Ground floor
Plan Gallery
Cross section & longitudinal section
Section showing access to crypt
Elevation signed "Plecnik 1910", early design..
Elevation as built, except for the projected tower dated October 1912,
Sections AB, CD, thru proposed parish house & tower (never built):
OTTO SCHOENTHAL, Arch.
VILLA VOJCSIK aka. Gasser Haus. (Dwgs signed Vojcsik). (XIV.) 1900-02.
Basement & Parterre Plans.
I. Floor & Attic Plans
Elevation
Sections AB, CD
JOSEPH URBAN, Arch.
HAGENBUND. Zedlitzg. (I.) [Demol. c. 1960.] Adaptation of part of Market Hall for exhibitions and headquarters for Hagen Society. 1901.
Site Plan, Front & Side Elevations, Section AB
Cellar, Parterre, and I.Floor Plans.
MARKET HALL, (I.), [Demolished c. 1960. ],1868. Architect:
Basement & Ground Floor Plan
Elevations, 1 Cross Section
Large Scale Cross Section
Detail Side/Front Elevation
Cast Iron parts detail
Interior Perspective
OTTO WAGNER, Arch.
I.ST VILLA WAGNER. (XIV.) 1886.
Plans
Section and Elevation
STADTBAHN KARLSPLATZ. (IV.) 1898.
Plan
Elevation
LINKE WIENZEILE 38. (IV.) 1898
Plan Parterre
Parterre II. Floor
Site Plan incl. adjoining Linke Wienzeile 40
Section CD
Section AB, EF
Facade, Koestlergasse
Facade, Linke Wienzeile
LINKE WIENZEILE 40. (VI), 1898.
Plan Parterre
Plan
Section AB
Section CD, EF
Facade
Cornice Detail
POSTSPARKASSE. (I.), Drawings undated. 1904.
Longitudinal Section AB {prelim}
Longitudinal Section AB {as built}
Cross Section CD
Cross Section EF thru Banking Hall {prelim}
Cross EF Section thru Banking {as built}
Main Elevation
Elevation on Wiesingerstrasse
Plan Tiefparterre {Lower Floor}
Plan Hochparterre {Main Floor}
Plan I. {2nd} Floor
Plan II. {3rd} Floor
STEINHOFKIRCHE. (XIV.), 1905.
Plan Basement Chapel
Plan Main Floor
Plan Mezzanine
Plan Dome construction and attic slab
Front elevation
Side elevation
Section AB
Section CD
NEUSTIFTGASSE 40. (VII.), 1910.
Plan Parterre
Plan II. Floor
Section AB thru Stairwell
Sections CD, EF, GH
Front Elevation
Side Elevation
Cornice Detail
HEILSTAETTE FUER LUPUSKRANKE. (XVI) 1910-13
Site Plan
Plan Tiefparterre
Plan Parterre
Plan I. Floor
Plan II. Floor
Plan Attic
Side Elevations, Sections EF, GH, JK
Front Facade, section AB
Rear Facade, section CD
(2nd) WAGNER VILLA, (XIII.), 1912.
Plans: Site
Foundation
Basement
1st & 2nd Floors
Elevations
Cross & Longitudinal Sections
Framing Plans, 1 Cross Section



 

Series IV: Vienna Slides

Series Abstract
This series consists of 1,446 35mm color and black and white slides of Viennese architecture from Baroque to Secession, including black and white slides of photographic prints from the Photo Archive of the Austrian National Library, and other reference materials. Much of the collection dates from 1955-1956, and covers panoramic urban views, markets and squares, parks and recreation, regional landscape, and special political, religious, and social celebrations. The following is a list of slide quantities for specified architects. Use the Vienna Summary series, column 6 as an inventory and finding aid (see the archives' staff for more information). For SUBJECT access see Section I., VIENNA SUMMARY, available through the Alexander Architectural Archive.
Permission to reproduce a portion of the images in this series can only be given by the Bildarchiv der Österreichische Nationalbibliothek,http://www.onb.ac.at/sammlungen/bildarchiv/index.htm (Photo Archive of the Austrian National Library).
The slides are grouped as follows:
Architects 1,083
Bergmann, J. 2
Dietz, Friedrich 1
Fabiani. Max 4
Fellner & Helmer 21
Ferstel, Heinrich 62
Erlach,Fischer v. 71
Fischl, Karl 5
Foerster, Ludwig 32
Gangl, Hubert 12
Theophil Hansen 83
Hasenauer- Semper 27
Hildebrandt, Lukas v. 59
Hoffmann, Josef 33
Holzmeister, Clemenz 18
Jordan, Richard 1
Kastner, J. 1
Koch, Cyril Method 3
Moreau, Karl v. 2
Mueller, Johann G. 24
Neumann, Franz v. 6
Neumann, Gustav v. 3
Nuell, Edvard v, d, 38
Oerley, Robert 7
Olbrich, Joseph M. 45
Pichl, Ludwig 2
Plecnik, Josef 28
Roesner, Karl 46
Schaden, K. 2
Schmidt, Friedrich 117
Schneider, Hans 13
Schoenthal, Otto 19
Siccardsburg, August v. 1
Sprenger, Paul 2
Theiss & Jaksch 2
Kotoff, Grigorij 2
Kramreiter, Robert 15
Krauss & Graf 1
Laske, Oskar 10
Lichtblau, Ernst 2
Loos, Adolf 38
Luntz, Viktor 2
Vytiska, Josef 9
Wagner, Otto 184
Wagner Studios 18
Wielmans & Reuter 4
Zatska, L. 3
Zehngruber, _ 1
Markl & Pihal 2
Miscellaneous 363
City Plans 12
Churches 64
Public & Private Monumental Bldgs 26
Markets & Squares 96
Urban Panorama 43
Parks & Recreation 31
Special Events 47



 

Series V: Vienna Photo Archive

Series Abstract
This series consists of an inventory of 227 black and white photographic prints of 151 important Viennese buildings from the Bildarchiv der Öesterreichische Nationalbibliothek.
Permission to reproduce the images in this series can only be given by the Bildarchiv der Österreichische Nationalbibliothek,http://www.onb.ac.at/sammlungen/bildarchiv/index.htm (Photo Archive of the Austrian National Library).
J. BERGMANN, Arch
JOHANN-EV. PFR-K., Keplerplatz (X.) 1872-76
Street facade, photo 1945
F. FELLNER & H. HELMER, Archs.
WARENHAUS SCHEIN. (I.) 1895.
Street Facade
WARENHAUS GERNGROSS. (VII.) 1904
Street Facade
Interior, Glazed Court and Stair during 1910 celebration
Interior, Glazed Court and Stair
Interior, Buffett 1910
HEINRICH FERSTEL, Arch.
OESTERR.-UNGARISCHE. BANK. (I.) 1856-60
Corner Facade, as of1900
Interior - Main Banking Hall, engraving 1873.
Court with fountain by Ferstel. Engraving 1870
Courtyard fountain
VOTIV-KIRCHE. (IX.) 1856-79.
Site Plan
Project for revision of Plaza fronting the Church.
Cross Section
Plan
Side Elevation
Front Facade
Front Facade, detail
Section through Transepts & Crossing
Exterior Perspective by Rudolph v. Alt, abou 1880.
Front elevation with foreground plaza.
Interior - Nave towards Apse
MUSEUM FUER ANGEWANDTE KUNST. (I.) 1868-71
Perspective
Plan
CHEMISCHES INSTITUT. (IX.) 1869-72
Detail, Freco Court
UNIVERSITAET. (I.) 1873-83
Ringstr. Perspective
Arcaded Courtyard
LUDWIG FOERSTER, Arch.
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHE, with T. Hansen. (VI.) (see under Hansen) 1846-49.
ARSENAL-HEERESGESCHICHTLICHES MUSEUM (with T. Hansen). (III.) 1850-56.
Main entrance detail
Perspective View
TEMPELGASSE SYNAGOGE. Tempelg. 5, (II.) 1853-58.
Street Facade
Entrance Detail
Ornament Detail
HUBERT GANGL, Arch.
HETZENDORFER PFR-KIRCHE. (XII.) 1906-09
Overall exterior perspective
Interior toward Apse
J, GARTNER, Arch.
SYNAGOGE AM HUMBOLDSPLATZ. (X.)
Exterior view
THEOPHIL HANSEN, Arch.
3 EVANGELISCHE KIRCHE, with L. Foerster. (VI.) 1846-49.
Street Elevation
Interior toward Apse
Interior from Balcony
ARSENAL-HEERESGESCHICHTLICHES MUSEUM (with L. Foerster). (III.) 1850-56.
Main entrance detail
Perspective View
EVANGELISCHE FRIEDHOFS-KAPELLE. (X.) 1857-58.
Exterior Perspective
EVANGELISCHE SCHULE. (IV.) 1860-62.
Main Entrance
HEINRICHSHOF. (Apartment Block}. (I.) (demolished 1945) 1861-63.
Ringstrasse Facade
Perspective, left-hand
Perspective, right-hand, shortly after completion.
MUSIKVEREINSGEBAEUDE (I.) 1867-69.
Exterior perspective
Interior: Great Auditorium
AKADEMIE DER BILDENDE KUENSTE (I.) 1872-76.
Schillerplatz Facade
Interior depicting Inauguration Ceremony.
Watercolor by Rudolf v. Alt
PARLAMENT. (I.) 1873-83.
Overall perspective {dwg.}
Birdseye photo
Entrance detail
BOERSE (I.) 1874-77.
Exterior perspective (dwg.)
Interior, Great Hall (dwg.)
HARL HASENAUER, Arch.
VIENNA WORLD FAIR, Carl Hasenauer, Chief Arch. (also see BURGTHEATER and NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM) 1873.
Birdseye, watercolor by F. Alt
Master Plan
Palace of Industry, western entrance (dwg)
Interior of Rotunda (dwg)
Interior of Rotunda (dwg)
Exterior of Rotunda
Interior of Rotunda during Fair
GOTTFRIED SEMPER & KARL HASENAUER, Archs.
KUNSTHISTORISCHES MUSEUM. (I.) 1872-81
Perspective across Maria-Theresienplatz.
Center Bay
BURGTHEATER. (I.) 1874-88.
Karl-Lueger Ring, Vienna I
Ground Floor Plan
Upper Level Plan
Aerial View, Ringstrasse Facade
Aerial View, Side & Rear
Interior, Auditorium looking towards the Iron Curtain.
JOSEPH HOFFMANN, Arch.
SECESSION EXHIBITION, Main Gallery. (I.) 1898
SECESSION EXHIBITION. Main Gallery, Jap. Art.. (I.) 1 1900.
SECESSION SECRETARIAT. (I.) Furnishings by Hoffmann. n.d.
DUESSELDORF EXHIBITION. Fountain by Hoffmann. 1902
PALAIS STOCLET. Brussels. 1905-11
Street Facade
Entrance detail
Roof Towers
Interior - Entrance Hall
Interior - Dining Room
VILLA SKYWA, aka VILLA PRIMAVESI. (XIII.) 1915.
Street Facade
PROJECT: PALACE OF WORLD PEACE. Stockholm. 1917.
Ground Floor Plan, Front Elevation
ADOLF LOOS, Arch.
TURNOWSKY WOHNUNG. (XIII.) 1901
Buffet with Family Portrait
Sitting Area
Living Room
LOOS WOHNUNG. (XIII.) 1903.
Sitting Room
GESCHAEFTSHAUS GOLDMAN & SALATSCH., (I.)
Michaelerplatz. 1910-11.
Exterior Perspective
STEINER WOHNUNG. (XIII.) 1910.
Street Perspective
SCHEU WOHNUNG (XIII.) 1912.
Exterior
HORNER WOHNUNG. (XIII.) 1913.
Exterior
LOEWENBACH WOHNUNG. (XIII.) 1916.
Dining Room, looking towards Buffet
STRASSER WWOHNUNG. (XIII.) 1919.
Living Room
Dining Room
RUFER WOHNUNG. (XIII.) 1922.
Music Room
Hall
MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROJECT. 1925
Dwgs: Plan Type 5M - 1st & 2nd floors
Plan Type 6M - 1st & 2nd floors
Plan, Corner Type - 1st & 2nd floors
Street Perspective
Rear (garden side) Perspective
Perspective, Entrance Hall & Stair
GRIGORI KOTOFF, Arch.
RUSSISCH-ORTHODOXE-K. (III.) 1893-99
Street perspective
VIKTOR LUNTZ, Arch.
KAISER FRANZ JUBILAEUMS-K. (II.) 1898-13
View from Erzh-karlsplatz
View from Danube
Exterior close-up of Apse
Interior at Crossing
JOHANN G. MUELLER, Arch.
ALT-LERCHENFELDER KIRCHE. (VII.) 1848-61.
Exterior - east front
Exterior - apse, transept & crossing
Interior - transept & crossing
Interior - apse & high altar, murals by J. Fuerich
Copied from F. Rieger, Die Altlerchenfelderkirche:
Dwgs Perspective
Plan and side elevation
Cross-Section thru Nave
Longitudinal Section
EDVARD v.d. NUELL, Arch. (see SICCARDSBURG)
ALT-LERCHENFELDER KIRCHE. (VII.) 1848-61.
Decorative scheme by v.d. Nuell, murals by J. Fuerich
Interior - transept & crossing
Interior - apse & high altar
ROBERT OERLEY Arch.
LUITHLEN SANATARIUM. (VIII.) 1907
Courtyard
JOSEPH OLBRICH, Arch
POMPEIUS THEATER, Rome. No date.
FARNESE THEATER. No date.
LUDWIG PICHL, Arch.
LANDHAUS. Herreng. 13, (I.) 1837-48
Herrengasse facade
WERTHEIMSTEIN VILLA. (XIX.) 1834-35
Tullnerhof facade
Stair Hall mural by Moritz v. Schwindt
KARL ROESNER, Arch.
JOHANN NEPOMUK PARISH CHURCH. (II.) 1841-46.
Exterior Perspective
Front facde
Interior
Interior - Station of the Cross, "Crucifixion", painting by Josef Fuerich, 1844-46.
MEIDLINGER PFR-K JOHANN NEPOMUK..(XII.) 1842-45.
Facade
Entrance Detail
Interior
FRIEDRICH v. SCHMIDT, Arch.
WEISSGERBER PARISH CHURCH, ST. OTHMAR. (III.) 1866-69.
Exterior, Side View
BRIGITTA CHURCH (XX.) Perspective. 1867-73.
MARIA vom SIEGE. (XV.) 868-75.
Perspective
Main Facade
Entrance Detail
RATHAUS.. (I.) Facade 1872-83.
LAZARUS-K., Kreuzg.. (XVIII.) 1877-78.
Perspective View
WEINHAUS-K ST. JOSEPH, Deckertpl. (XVIII.) 1883-89.
Facade
STEPHANS-DOM. (I.). Friedrich v. Schmidt, Reconstruction Architect. Vienna I. (drawings)
West Front with reconstruction of Great Portal
Great Portal - original layout vs. present (c. 1880)
East Elevation: design for additions (dwg)
HANS SCHNEIDER. Arch.
SIMMERINGER PFR-KIRCHE. Enkplatz. (XI.) 1907-10
Facade on Enkplatz.
AUG. SICCARDSBURG & E. v.d. NUELL., Archs.
CARLSTHEATER. (II.) Demolished. 1846.
Pratersternst. facade - etching by Rudolf v. Alt.
SOFIENSAAL, Marxerg. (III.) 1846
View - as Natatorium
View - as Ballroom
ARSENAL. (III.) 1849-56
Dwg - Bird's-eye litho. by A. Kaiser, 1855
Main entrance
Administration Bldg
RING WETTBEWERB PROJECT. (I.) 1857
Plan
OPER. Opernring (I.) 1861-69
Dwgs: Perspectives - sketch by Van d. Nuell
Engraving by Rudolph v. Alt
Line drawing
Elevation - Opernring facade
Plans - parterre level
stage level
first floor
Longitudinal section
Early Photos: Opernring facade
Perspective - right side
Perspective - left side
Roof construction - framing
Grand Stairhall
Auditorium toward stage
Auditotium and curtain
Lunette fresko by M. v. Schwindt
OPER RESTORATION. Erich Boltenstern, Arch. 1945-55.
Auditorium looking toward Stage
Auditorium from Stage (2)
PHILLIP HAAS HAUS. Stock-im-Eisenpl (I.) 1865-67
Facade detail
OTTO WAGNER, Arch.
MIETHAUS, Freisingerg. 2. (I.) 1879.
Street Facade.
MIETHAUS, Stadiong. 6 & 10. (I.) 1886.
Street Perspective.
MIETHAUS, Universitaetstr 2. (I.) 1888.
Street Perspective.
OTTO WAGNER VILLA, Huettelbergstr 26. (XIII.) 1888.
Street Perspective.
Entrance Detail.
MIETHAUS, Graben 10. (I.) 1895.
Street Perspective.
STADTBAHN,. Schoenbrunn. (XIII.) 1898, 1898.
Street Perspective.
STADTBAHN, Wahringerstr. (IX.). 1898.
Street Perspective.
JOHANN NEPOMUK CHAPEL. (IX.) 1898.
Street Perspective.
STADTBAHN, Karlsplatx. (IV.) 1898-99.
Street Facade.
Street Facade, Arrival Station.
Twin Stations; Karls-K. in background.
STADTBAHN, Stadtpark. (I.) 1899.
Street Perspective.
POSTSPARKASSE. (I.) 1904-06.
Facade, Central Bay.
Facade, Central Bay.
Central Bay Detail.
STEINHOF-KIRCHE. (XIV.) 1905-07.
Exterior Perspective.
MIETHAUS, Neustiftg. 40. (VIII.) 1910
Exterior Perspective.
PROJECT - RENOVATION OF FERDINAND BRIDGE. Vienna I.
Dwg.: Perspective.
Dwg.: Pylon Detail.
PROJECT - KARLSPLATZ. RENOVATION Vienna III 1903.
Dwg.: Perspective, Karlsplatz Corner.
Dwg.: Plan.
Dwg.: Perspective, revised Nasch-Market.
PROJECT - DESIGN- NEW UNIVERSITY LIBRARY. Vienna I.
Dwg.: Perspective.
PROJECT - MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF VIENNA.
Model of Wagner's Project; also model of F.Schachner'sProject.
HUGO v. WIEDENFELD, Arch.
ZIRKUSGASSE SYNAGOGE (II.) 1885-87
Entrance detail
A. v. WIELMANS & REUTER, Archs.
RUDOLFS-K. OTTAKRING. Kernstockpl. (XVI.) 1891-98
dwg. - Side Elevation
dwg. - Front Elevation
BREITENFELDER PF-KIRCHE. (VIII.) 1893-98
Front elevation on Uhlplatz
Interior view towards Apse
ZEHENGRUBER, Arch.
HERZ JESU KLOSTER-K. Renweg (III.) 1875-77
Rennweg Facade
VIENNA "RING"
INNER-CITY EXPANSION 1857
Dwgs: Projects for Glacis Development:
L. Foerster
Friedrich Stache
Van der Nuell & Siccardsburg
Officially approved plan
Officially approved plan, 1860
Plan - Vienna and its suburbs, 1856
Panorama of inner city before removal of town walls, (dwg) 1858.
Burgtor - gate in city walls, view from moat. Watercolor by J. Wohlgemuth.
Plan - Government and public bldgs, with completion dates, constructed in the glacis area between 1857 and 1909
Heldenplatz, before construction of the two museums.
Burgtor looking toward Hofburg
Heldenplatz, Burgtor, Museums, and former royal stables in background
Burgtor, photo from late 1920s.
AERIAL VIEWS:
Ringstrasse, City Hall, Burgtheater foreground.
Ringstrasse, Heldenplatz & Hofburg in foreground
Ringstrasse, Hofburg, Heldenplatz, Burgtor, twin Museums, and former royal stables
Ringstrasse, Heldenplatz, Hofburg, Opera
Ringstrasse, Opera in center
Ringstrasse, University, Burgtheater
Ringstrasse, Votive Church & University
Ringstrasse, Stephansdom and Graben center and lower left, Stadpark upper right.
ARSENAL. Foerster, Hansen, v.d. Nuell, Siccardsburg, Roessner, Archs. Arsenalstrasse, (III.) 1849-56
Birdseye perspective (dwg)
Military Museum, 1850-56,Foerster & Hansen, arc Admin. Bldg, v.d. Nuell & Siccardsburg, archs. 1849.
Main Portal, Administration Bldg..
VAN DER NUELL & SICCARDSBURG, archs.
ARSENAL {Administration Bldg.}. Vienna III. 1849.
Birdseye of entire complex. Litho by Alex Kaiser 1 1855.
Perspective, Administration Bldg.
Frontal View, Principal Entrance.
SOFIEN BAD SAAL {Sofia Natatorium/Ballroom}. Vienna III. Demolished. 1846.
Drawings: Interior as Bath & Swim Hall
Interior as Ballroom.
PROJECT - VIENNA OLD-TOWN EXPANSION. 1857.
Competition Drawing for removal of City Wall and development of the Glacis. (Placed 3rd).
JOSEF OLBRICH, arch.
POMPEIUS THEATER, Rome
Drawing: Reconstruction of the Stage
FARNESE THEATER
Drawing: Auditorium
Drawing: Stage



 

Series VI: Exhibition Panels

Series Abstract
This series contains 92 panels for the exhibit "Art Nouveau and Vienna Secession. From Otto Wagner to Adolf Loos". The exhibit depicts 24 separate projects through drawings. Some drawings have been inked over to enhance the image. Panels also include mounted photographic prints and label copy.
Many of the prints used for these exhibit panels are replicated in Series III. Permission to reproduce those images can only be given by the Bauamt der Stadt Wien (Building Department, Vienna). See Related Material section near beginning of this finding aid for contact information.
Max Fabiani, arch. 1865-1962.
PORTOIS & FIX DEPT. STORE, Vienna III. 1899.
3 boards @ 28″ × 22″
Fellner & Helmer, archs.
JOS. ENGELHARDT RESIDENCE, Vienna III. 1901.
2 boards @ 40″ × 28″
GERNGROSS DEPT. STORE, Vienna VII. 1904.
1 board @ 40″ × 28″ 1 @ 28″ × 22″ 3 @ 22″ × 28″
Karl Fischl, arch.
MARIA PERGER RESIDENCE, Vienna XIV. 1902.
2 boards @ 40″ × 28″
Josef Plecnik, arch. 1872-1957.
HEILIGENGEIST-KIRCHE {Church of the Holy Ghost}, Vienna XV. 1910-12.
2 boards @ 22″ × 28″ 5 @ 28″ × 22″
ZACHERL HOUSE, Vienna I. 1904.
2 boards @ 40″ × 28″
Adolf Loos, arch. 1870-1933.
GOLDMAN & SALATSCH BLDG {a.k.a. Loos House}, Vienna I. 1910-11.
2 boards @ 28″ × 40″
HORNER HOUSE, Vienna XIII. 1913.
1 board @ 40″ × 28″
SCHEU HOUSE, Vienna XIII. 1912.
1 board @ 40″ × 28″
STEINER HOUSE, Vienna XIII. 1910.
2 boards @ 28″ × 22″
Josef Hoffmann, arch. 1870-1956.
VILLA AST, Vienna XIX. 1910.
4 boards @ 28″ × 22″
CARL MOLL/KOLO MOSER HOUSES. Vienna XIX. 1900.
6 boards @ 28″ × 22″
Josef Olbrich, arch. 1867-1908.
SECESSION {Hdqtrs. & Exhibition Gallery, Society of Austrian Artists}, Vienna I. 1898.
1 board @ 22″ × 28″ 5 boards @ 28″ × 22″
Otto Schoenthal, arch. 1878-1961.
VILLA VOJCSIK {a.k.a. Gasser House}. Vienna XIV. 1900-02.
1 board @ 28″ × 22″ 3 boards @ 22″ × 28″
Joseph Urban, arch.
HAGENBUND {a.k.a. Zedlitzhalle}, Vienna I. Adaptation of east end of existing Market Hall for exhibitions and headquarters for Hagen Society, a group of young artists who left the Academy in 1901. 1901.
2 boards @ 28″ × 22″
Otto Wagner, arch. 1841-1918.
POSTSPARKASSE {Postal Savings Bank} Vienna I. 1904-06.
1 board @ 40″ × 28″ 3 @ 28″ × 40″ 6 @ 28″ × 22″
STEINHOF-KIRCHE. Vienna XIV. 1905.
9 boards @ 22″ × 28″
HEILSTAETTE FUER LUPUSKRANKE {Lupus Hospital}, Vienna XVI. 1910-13.
1 board @ 22″ × 28″ 5 boards @ 40″ × 28″
Otto Wagner, arch. 1841-1918.
WAGNER [1st] VILLA, Vienna XIII. 1886.
2 boards @ 28″ × 40″
WAGNER [2nd] VILLA, Vienna XIII. 1912.
1 @ 40″ × 28″ 3 boards @ 28″ × 22″
KARLSPLATZ STATION, Vienna I. 1898.
1 board @ 28″ × 22″
JOHANN NEPOMUK CHAPEL, Vienna IX. 1898.
1 board @ 28″ × 22″
NEUSTIFTGASSE 40 {Apartment Block}, Vienna VIII. 1910.
3 boards @ 22″ × 28″
LINKE WIENZEILE 38 & 40 {Apartment Block}, Vienna VI. 1898.
7 boards @28″ × 22″



 

Series VII: Bibliography

Series Abstract
This series includes 420 total titles. It is indexed by authors and divided into four parts: history, architecture and art, architects and artists, and planning.
History:
I. CULTURE, POLITIC
Burns, Edward McNall. WESTERN CIVILIZATIONS, Their History and Their Culture. 1022 pp., 5th ed. W. W. Norton & Co.,Inc., New York, 1958.
Johnson, Edgar N. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF THE WESTERN TRADITION. 2 vols. Ginn & Co., Boston-New York, 1959.
Morris, Richard A. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN HISTORY. 843 pp., revised. Harper & Row, New York, 1965.
II. ARCHITECTURE, ART
a. General
Benevolo, Leonardo. HISTORY OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE. M.I. T. Press, Cambridge, 1st paperback ed. 2 vols. 1977.
D'ESPOUY. 100 selected plates. The Library of Architectural Documents, Vol. II. The Pencil Points Press, Inc., New York, 1923.
Fletcher, Bannister. A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE ON THE COMPARATIVE METHOD. 1033 pp., 9th ed. Charles Scribner's Sons, London, 1931.
Garbini, Giovanni. THE ANCIENT WORLD. 176 pp., 102 color plates. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1966
Gideon, Sigfried. SPACE, TIME AND ARCHITECTURE. 601 pp. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1943.
Janson, H. W. HISTORY OF ART. 572 pp., 7th printing. Prentice-Hall and Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, 1965.
Leicht. KUNSTGESCHICHTE DER WELT. 576 pp. Orell Fuessli Verlag, Zuerich, 1945.
Millon, Henry A. KEY MONUMENTS OF THE HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE. 536 pp. Text Edition. Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. and Harry N. Abrams. Inc., New York. No date.
Pehnt, Wolfgang, ed. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE. 336 pp., 442 illus. Harry N, Abrams, Inc., Publishers, New York. 1964.
Raeburn, Michael. AN OUTLINE OF WORLD ARCHITECTURE. 128 pp. Octopus Books Ltd., London, 1978.
Roos, Frank J., Jr. AN ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK OF ART HISTORY. 304 pp. Spiral binding. The MacMillan Co., New York, 1937.
Woelfflin, Heinrich. KUNSTGESCHICHTLICHE GRUNDBEGRIFFE. 260 pp. 4. ed. Hugo Bruckmann Verlag, Muenchen, 1920.
Woelfflin, Heinrich. PRINCIPLES OF ART HISTORY. 237 pp. English trans. by M. D. Hottinger. Dover Publications, Inc., Paperback. no date.
b. Prehistoric
Lommel, Andreas. PREHISTORIC AND PRIMITIVE MAN. 176 pp., 103 color pl. Paul Hamlyn, London, 1966.
c. Oriental
Auboyer, Jeanine, and Roger Goepper. THE ORIENTAL WORLD. 176 pp., 228 illus. Paul Hamlyn, London, 1967.
d. Greek
Bowra, C. M. CLASSICAL GREECE. 192 pp. Time Inc., New York, 1965.
Garbini, Giovani. THE ANCIENT WORLD. 176 pp., 102 color plates. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1966.
Scranton, Robert L. GREEK ARCHITECTURE. 128 pp. Over 100 illus. including photos, plans, dwgs. George Braziller, New York, 1967.
e. Roman
Brown, Frank E. ROMAN ARCHITECTURE. 127 pp. Over 100 illus. including photos, plans, dwgs. George Braziller, New York, 1967.
Hadas, Moses. IMPERIAL ROME. 190 pp. Time Inc., New York, 1965.
Hagen, Victor. THE ROADS THAT LED TO ROME. 288 pp. The World Publishing Co., Cleveland & New York, 1967.
MAP OF ROMAN BRITAIN. 3rd. ed. Published by the Ordnance Survey, Chessington, 1956.
f. Medieval
Adams, Henry. MONT-SAINT-MICHEL AND CHARTRES. 401 pp., 22. impression. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston & New York, 1937.
THE AGE OF CHIVALRY. 378 pp. National Geographic Society, 1969.
Branner, Robert. GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE. 125 pp. Over 100 illus. including photos, plans, dwgs. George Braziller, New York, 1967.
Cox, J. C., and C. B. Ford. PARISH CHURCHES. 187 pp. B. T. Batsford Ltd., London, Paperback. 1961.
EARLY XTIAN, BYZANTINE, ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE. University Prints, Winchester, Mass.
Fowler, Kenneth. THE AGE OF PLANTAGENET AND VALOIS. The Struggle for Supremacy 1328-1498. 208 pp. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1967.
Freemantle, Anne. AGE OF FAITH. 192 pp. Time-Life Books, Time Inc., New York, 1965.
GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE. University Prints, Winchester, Mass.
Hale, John R. AGE OF EXPLORATION. 192 pp. Time, Inc., New York, aaa 1966.
Harvey, John. ENGLISH CATHEDRALS. 188 pp. B. T. Batsford Ltd., London, 1961 Paperback.
Henderson, George. CHARTRES. 169 pp. Penguin Books, Paperback. 1968.
Henderson, George. GOTHIC. 223 pp., 115 illus. Penguin Books, Paperback. 1967.
Hindley, Geoffrey. CASTLES OF EUROPE. 189 pp. Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd., Feltham, Middlesex, 1968.
Historical Society of St. Gall. THE CAROLINGIAN PLAN OF ST. GALL ABBEY. Facsimile reproduction of original in red ink on parchment, between 800-820 A.D. Kommisionsverlag:Fehr'sche Buchhandlung, St. Gallen, 1952.
Hoag, John D. WESTERN ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURE. 128 pp., over 100 illus. including photos, plans, dwgs. George Braziller, New York, 1963.
Holt, Elizabeth Gilmore. A DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF ART. Vol. 1: The Middle Ages and the Renaissance. 380 pp. Doubledau & Co., Inc., Garden City, N. Y. 1957.
Kidson, Peter. THE MEDIEVAL WORLD. 176 pp. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1968.
Lewis, Archibald R. EMERGING MEDIEVAL EUROPE. 170 pp. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1967.
MacDonald, William L. EARLY CHRISTIAN AND BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE. 128 pp. George Braziller Inc., New York, 1962.
Nebolsine, George. JOURNEY INTO ROMANESQUE. 271 pp. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1969.
Nicolle, Patrick. A BOOK OF ARMOUR. Puffin Picture Books No. 97. Penguin Books Ltd., Harmondsworth, Middlesex, Paperback. 1964.
Norman, Vesey. ARMS AND ARMOUR. 96 pp., 129 illus. Octopus Books Ltd., London, 1972.
Oursel, Raymond. ROMANESQUE. 192 pp. Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1967.
Richards, Ian. ABBEYS OF EUROPE. 189 pp. Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd., Feltham, Middlesex, 1968.
Saalman, Howard. MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE. 127 pp. Over 110 illus. including photos, plans, dwgs. George Braziller, New York, 1965.
Simson, Otto von. THE GOTHIC CATHEDRAL. 275 pp. The Bollingen Library. Harper & Row, New York & Evanston, Paperback. 1964.
Sweeney, J. J. IRISH ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS. 24 pp. text, 28 color pl. A Mentor-UNESCO Art Book. New American Library, Inc., New York, Paperback. 1965.
TAPISSERIE DE LA REINE MATHILDE. Fold-out reproduction in color of Bayeux Tapestry. Edition Ville de Bayeux.
Temko, Allan. NOTRE-DAME OF PARIS. 338 pp. The Viking Press, New York. Compass Books Edition, 1959.
Timmers, J.J.M. A HANDBOOK OF ROMANESQUE ART. 240 pp. The MacMillan Co., New York, 1969.
Watson, Percy. BUILDING THE MEDIEVAL CATHEDRALS. 48 pp. text. illus., maps, diagrams. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, Paperback. 1977.
g. Renaissance & Baroque
ARCHITECTURE TOSCANE. 109 plates. The Library of Architectural Documents, Vol. I. The Pencil Points Press, Inc., New York, 1923.
Brown, Lloyd A. THE STORY OF MAPS. 397 pp. Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1949.
Burckhardt, Jacob. GESCHICHTE DER RENAISSANCE IN ITALIEN. 404 pp., 288 illus. 3. ed. Verlag von Ebner & Seubert, Stuttgart, 1891.
Herman, Jan. THE OLD JEWISH CEMETERY IN PRAGUE. 39 pp. State Jewish Museum in Prague, Paperback. no date.
Kitson, Michael. THE AGE OF BAROQUE. 175 pp., 100 color plates. Paul Hamlyn, London, 1966.
Hale, John R. AGE OF EXPLORATION. 192 pp. Time Inc., New York, 1966.
Lowry, Bates. RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE. 127 pp., over 100 illus. incl. photos, plans, dwgs. George Braziller, New York, 1967.
Martindale, Andrew. MAN AND THE RENAISSANCE. 176 pp., 204 illus. Paul Hamlyn, London, 1967
Millon, Henry A. BAROQUE AND ROCOCO ARCHITECTURE. 127 pp., over 100 illus. including photos, plans, dwgs. George Braziller, New York, 1967.
Muneles, Otto, ed. PRAGUE GHETTO IN THE RENAISSANCE PERIOD. 131 pp. State Jewish Museum in Prague. 1965.
RENAISSANCE IN ITALIEN 16. Jahrhundert. Werke aus dem Besitz der Albertina, Wien. 219 pp., 69 photo plates. Ausstellung Feb-Mai, 1966.
Skelton, R, A, DECORATIVE PRINTED MAPS OF THE 15TH TO 18TH CENTURIES. 80 pp. text, 84 plates. Spring Books, London, 1965.
Woelfflin, Heinrich. RENAISSANCE UND BAROCK. 123 pp., 16 pl. and 9 text illus. F. Bruckmann A. G., Muenchen, 1908.
h. 19th & 20th centuries
Behrendt, Walter Kurt. MODERN BUILDING. 241 pp. Harcourt, Brace & Co., New York, 1940.
Germann, Georg. GOTHIC REVIVAL IN EUROPE AND BRITAIN. 263 pp. M. I. T. Press. Cambridge, 1973.
Architecture and Art:
I. ARTS & CRAFTS, JUGENDSTIL, ART NOUVEAU
Borsi, Franco. BRUXELLES 1900. 261 pp. text, color, b&w plates. Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., N. Y., 1977.
Borsi, Franco and Ezid Godoli. PARIS 1900. 288 pp. text, color, b&w plates. Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., N. Y., 1977.
Brown, Robert K.. ART DECO INTERNATIONALE. 93 pp. Quick Fox Publishers, N. Y., 1977.
Champigneulle, Bernard. ART NOUVEAU (trans. from the french). 288 pp. Barron's Educational Series, Woodbury N. Y., 1976.
Gaunt, William. THE PRE-RAPHAELITE DREAM. 294 pp., 30 illus. 2. pr. Schocken Books, Inc., New York, 1972.
Harding, James. THE PRE-RAPHAELITES. 96 pp. Rizzoli International Publications Inc., New York, 1977.
Holme, Charles, ed. ART REVIVAL IN AUSTRIA. The Studio, Special Summer Number, London, Paperback 1906.
JUGENDSTIL. Sammlung K. A. Citroen, Amsterdam. 181 pp. Ausstellung im Hessischen Landesmuseum, Darmsta
JUGENDSTIL 20ER JAHRE. Verkaufs-Ausstellung, Kuenstlerhaus-Galerie, Wien, 163 plates, b&w and color, silver, glass, ceramics, sculpture, furniture, etc. Oerley, Hoffmann, Moser, Prutscher, Ruskin, Galle, Wiener Werkstaette, many more. Oktober-November, 1969.
Madsen, Stephen Tschudi.ART NOUVEAU (trans. from norwegian). 256 pp. McGraw-Hill, N. Y., 1973.
SOURCES OF ART NOUVEAU. 488 pp. Republication of 1. ed. published in Oslo in 1956. DaCapo Press Inc., N. Y., 1976.
Maurey, Gabriel et al. ART NOUVEAU JEWELLERY AND FANS. 149 pp. Dover Paperback, Dover Publicatiuons, N. Y., 1973.
Rheims, Maurice. KUNST UM 1900. 432 pp. Verlag Anton Schroll, Wien-Muenchen, 1965.
Schmalenbach, Frita. JUGENDSTIL, Ein Beitrag zur Theorie u, Geschichte der Flaechenkunst. 160 pp. Verlag Konrad Triltsch, Wuerzburg, 1935
Schmutzler, Robert. ART NOUVEAU. 224 pp. Harry N. Abrams Inc., New York, 1978.
Spencer, Robin. THE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT: THEORY AND PRACTICE. 159 pp. text and plates. Studio Vista/E. P. Dutton, New York, 1972.
II. AUSTRIA
1000 JAHRE KUNST IN KREMS. 2. ed. 16 color pl., 121 illus. b&w. Catalog of exhibition at Dominikanerkloster Krems, May- Oct., 1971.Krems a. d. Donau, 1971.
DEHIO - HANDBUCH. Die Kunstdenkmaeler Oesterreichs. Verlag von Anton Schroll & Co., Wien-Muenche
Schmidt, Justus, u. Hans Tietze. Wien. 219 pp. 3. ed. 1954.
Hainisch, Erwin. Oberoesterreich. 409 pp. 4. ed. 1960.
Hempel, Eberhard, u. Ed. Andorfer. Steiermark. 322 pp. 1956.
Martin, Franz. Salzburg. 132 pp. 4 maps. 5. ed., 1963.
Hammer, Heinrich, et al. Tirol. 253 pp. 4. ed. 1956.
Donin, Richard Kurt. OESTERREICHISCHE BAUGEDANKEN AM DOM VON PIENZA. 118 pp. text, 69 illustrations of which 31 are photo. Verlag Erwin Mueller, Wien, Paperback. 1946.
Eisler, Max. OESTERREICHISCHE WERKKULTUR. 262 pp., hundreds of illus. of architecture and decorative objects designed by Viennese Art Nouveau artists. Oesterr. Werkbund. Kunstverlag Anton Schroll & Co., Wien, 1916.
Eitelberger, R. DIE KUNSTBEWEGUNG IN OESTERREICH SEIT DER PARISER WELTAUSSTELLUNG IM JAHRE 1867. 150 pp. K. K. Schulbuecher-Verlag, Wien, Paperback. 1878.
Eitelberger, R.. GESAMMELTE KUNSTHISTORISCHE SCHRIFTEN. Wilhelm Braumueller, K. K. Hof-und-Universitaets- Buchhaendler, Wien. Paperbacks.
I. Band: Kunst und Kuenstler Wiens. 432 pp. 1879.
II. Band: Oesterreichisches Kunst-Institut. 407 pp. 1879.
III. Band: Die Aufgaben des Zeichenunterrichts. 390 pp., 46 illus. 1884.
V. Band: Kunstdenkmale Dalmatiens. 396 pp. text, 115 woodcuts, 26 plates. 1884
Fiedler, L. DAS DETAIL IN DER MODERNEN ARCHITEKTUR. Large folio string-tied folders, each volume 60 numbered loose plates. Friedrich Wolfrum & Co., Verlag fuer Architektur u. Kunstgewerbe. Wien u. Leipzig, no date.
Serie I. Einzelheiten Neuer Wiener Bauten.
Serie V. Einzelheiten Neuer Bauten Deutschland und Oesterreichs.
FRIEDRICH III. KAISERRESIDENZ WIENER NEUSTADT. 436 pp., including 48 pl., 12 in color. Exhibition catalog, Wiener Neustadt, Paperback. May-Oct, 1966.
Frodl-Kraft, Eva. TIROLER BAROCKKIRCHEN. 53 pp. text, 64 photo plates. Inn-Verlag, Innsbruck, 1955.
Garber, Joseph. DAS ZEUGHAUS KAISER MAXIMILIANS I. IN INNSBRUCK. 18 pp. text, 10 photo illustrations. Reprint from Wiener Jahrbuch fuer Kunstgeschichte. Benno Filser-Verlag, Augsburg, Paperback. no date.
GOTIK IN OESTERREICH. 455 pp. text, 16 color plates, 98 b&w illus. Catalog of exhibition at Krems an der Donau, Paperback. May-Oct., 1967.
GRAZ - DIE STADT IM GRUENEN. 12 color pl., 107 b&w., 12 sketches. Verlag Paul Cieslar Nachfolger, Graz, 1962.
Grimschitz, Bruno und Bruno Thomas. A.E.I.O.U. 64 b&w and color plates. No. 54 of special edition of 1000 copies. Verlag der Oesterreichischen Staatsdruckerei, Wien, 1959.
Hammer, Heinrich. DIE PALAESTE UND BUERGERBAUTEN INNSBRUCKS. 232 pp. text, 72 photo pl., city map. Oesterr. Verlagsgesellschaft Ed. Hoelzel & Co., Wien, Paperback. 1923.
Hammer, Heinrich. MITTELALTERLICHE WANDGEMAELDE IN DER UMGEBUNG INNSBRUCKS, 26 pp. text, 20 photo illustration. Reprint from Wiener Jahrbuch fuer Kunstgeschichte. Benno Filser-Verlag, Augsburg, Paperback. no date.
Hartwagner, Siegfried. DAS ZOLLFELD - EINE KULTURLANDSCHAFT. 71 pp. text, 80 photo plates. Kaerntner Druck- und Verlags- Ges., Klagenfurt, 1957.
Hevesi, Ludwig. OESTERREICHISCHE KUNST IM 19. JAHRHUNDERT. 334 pp. E. A. Seemann, Leipzig, 1903.
Hevesi, Ludwig. OESTERREICHISCHE KUNST IM 19. JAHRHUNDERT. Zweiter Teil, pp. 115-334. E. A. Seeman, Leipzig, 1905.
Holme, Charles, ed. THE ART REVIVAL IN AUSTRIA. The Studio, Special Summer Number, London, Paperback. 1906.
Leixner, Otmar. DER HOLZBAU. 168 pp. text, 8 plates. Verlag von Lehmann & Wentzel, Wien, Paperback. 1907.
Lux, Jos. August. DIE MODERNE WOHNUNG UND IHRE AUSSTATTUNG. 175 pp. 175 illus. and 8 color plates. Wiener Verlag, Wien u. Leipzig, Paperback. 1905.
Marboe, Ernst. DAS OESTERREICH BUCH. 544 pp. Verlag der Oesterreichischen Staatsdruckerei, Wien, 1948.
Merian,Matthaeus. DIE SCHOENSTEN STAEDTE ALTOESTERREICHS. Engravings of 41 cities, with descriptions from the Archontologia Cosmica of 1695. Hoffman & Campe Verlag, Hamburg, 1963.
Metz, Friedrich. VORARLBERG, Landschaft, Kultur, Industrie. 196 pp., numerous photo illus. Jan Thorbecke Verlag, Konstanz-Lindau, 1961.
SCHAETZE AUS OESTERREICHS BODEN. 207 pp. Austrian mines and minerals, copiusly illus. Notring Jahrbuch, Wien, 1966.
Schmiedbauer, Alois. SALZBURG - GESTALT UND ANTLITZ. 288 pp. text and photo plates. Salzburger Verlag fuer Wirtschaft und Kultur, Salzburg, 1956.
Semper, Hans. DIE KUNST IN TIROL. 68 pp. text, 16 photo illustrations. Verlag Albert Ditterich, Innsbruck, Paperback. 1948.
Semper, Hans. KUNSTSTUDIEN IN TIROL. 262 pp. Verlag der. Wagner'schen Universitaets-Buchhandlung, Innsbruck, 1894
Semper, Hans. SCULPTUR UND BRONCEGUSS IN TIROL. Bound collection of reprints from "Ferdinandeums-Zeitschrift, Innsbruck, 1887-1903.
Weingartner, Josef. DIE KIRCHEN INNSBRUCKS. 72 pp. text, 64 photo plates. Oesterr. Verlagsgesellschaft Ed. Hoelzel & Co., Wien, 1921.
Zitzenbacher, Walter. DIE SCHOENE STEIERMARK. 14 pp. text, 60 photo plates.
III. ENGLAND
Crossley, Fred H. TIMBER BUILDING IN ENGLAND. 168 pp. B. T. Batsford Ltd., London, 1951.
Hayden, Arthur, and C. M. Stow. THE FURNITURE DESIGNS OF CHIPPENDALE, HEPPLEWHITE AND SHERATON. Introduction, critical essay, and 128 pl. Tudor Publishing Co., New York, 1 1940.
MODERN ARCHITECTURE IN ENGLAND. 41 pp. text, 72 illus. Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1937.
Penoyre, John, and Michael Ryan. THE OBSERVER'S BOOK OF ARCHITECTURE. Frederick Warne & Co., Ltd., London and New York, 1958.
Yorke, F. R. S. THE MODERN HOUSE. 224 pp. The Architectural Press, London, 1944.
Yorke, F. R. S. THE MODERN HOUSE IN ENGLAND. 140 pp. The Architectural Press, London, 1944.
IV. GERMANY, SWITZERLAND
Alers-Hestermann, Heinrich. STILWENDE, Aufbruch der Jugend um 1900. 138pp., numerous illus. & photos. Verlag Gebr. Mann, Berlin, 1941.
Bayer, Josef. BAUSTUDIEN UND BAUBILDER, Schriften zur Kunst. 275 pp. Verlegt bei Eugen Diedrichs in Jena, 1919.
Behne, Adolf. DER MODERNE ZWECKBAU. 81 pp. text on modern factories, office and residential buildings. 100 illus. Drei Masken Verlag,Muenchen, 1926.
Bill, Max, ed. MODERNE SCHWEIZER ARCHITEKTUR. Karl Werner Verlag, Basel, 1942. Loose-leaf plates in paper jackets:
Teil II, 2. Lieferung. Plans and photos, 18 projects.
3. Lieferung. Plans and photos, 15 projects.
Brinckmann, A. E. VON GUARINO GUARINI BIS BALTHASAR NEUMANN. 17 pp., numerous photos and drawings. Deutscher Verein fuer Kunstwissenschaft, Berlin, Paperback. 1932.
DEUTSCHE FORM IM KRIEGSJAHR., die Ausstellung Koeln 1914. Jahrbuch des deutschen Werkbundes 1915. 44 pp. text, 168 photo plates. Verlegt bei F. Bruckmann, Muenchen, 1915.
DEUTSCHE WERKSTAETTEN: Das Deutsche Hausgeraet. 123 pp. captioned photos of household furniture, including price lists and international distributors. Hellerau/Berlin, 1912. 2. ed. 1896.
Durm, Josef. HANDBUCH DER ARCHITEKTUR, Zweiter Teil: DIE BAUSTILE. Arnold Bergstraesser Verlagsbuchhandlung (A. Kroner), Stuttgart..
II. BAND. DIEBaukunst der Etrusker. Die Baukunst der Roemer. 783 pp. 2. ed. 1905
III. Band, erste Haelfte. Die altchristliche und byzantinische Baukunst. 172 pp. 2. ed. 1899.
III. Band, zweite Haelfte. Die Baukunst des Islam.
IV. Band, III. Heft. Die romanische und die gotische Baukunst - Der Kirchenbau. 278 pp. 1902.
VI. Band, II. Heft. Die Baukunst der Renaissance in Frankreich. 676 pp. 167 pp. 1901.
VII.Band. Die Baukunst der Renaissance in Deutschland. Holland, Belgien und Daenemark. 269 pp. 1900.
Eckmann, Otto. NEUE FORMEN. Autographed dedication. Intro. and 10 plates. Max Spielmeyer Verlag, Berlin, no date.
Endell, August. DIE SCHOENHEIT DER GROSSEN STADT. 88pp., 3 pl. Verlag von Strecker & Schroeder, Stuttgart, 1908.
Fleche, Herman. FUENF DEUTSCHE BAUMEISTER. Bernward von Hildesheim, Ulrich von Ensingen, Elias Holl, Balthasar Neumann, Friedrich Gilly. 76 pp., 10 photo pl. Georg Westermann Verlag, Berlin, 1947.
Frankl, Paul. DIE ENTWICKLUNGSPHASEN DER NEUEREN BAUKUNST. 186 pp., 50 illus. and 12 plates. Verlag B. G. Teubner, Leipzig u. Berlin, 1914.
Goethe. J. W. von. VON DEUTSCHER BAUKUNST. 21 pp. from "Von deutscher Art und Kunst" 1773.Commemorating 25. anniversary of Georg Hartmann, Printers, Frankfurt a. M., No. 219 of 250 numbered copies. 1923.
Gurlitt, Cornelius. DIE DEUTSCHE KUNST SEIT 1800. 536 pp. Georg Bondi, Berlin, 1934.
Haack, Friedrich. DIE KUNST DES XIX. JAHRHUNDERTS UND DER GEGENWART. 436 pp. Paul Neff Verlag (Max Schreiber), Esslingen a. N., 1925.
Hamm, Ernst. DIE DEUTSCHE STADT IM MITTELALTER, 323 pp. text, 24 plates. Stuttgarter Verlags-Institut, Stuttgart, 1935.
Henry, Daniel. DER WEG ZUM KUBISMUS. 55 pp. text, 36 pl. Delphin-Verlag, Muenchen, 1920.
Heuss, Theodor. DAS DEUTSCHE DORF. Loose-leaf folder, 8 pp. text, 80 pen sketches by 35 "contemporary" artists. Franz Schneider Verlag, Berlin u. Leipzig, no date.
Koch, Alexander. ed. GROSSHERZOG ERNST LUDWIG UND DIE AUSSTELLUNG DER KUENSTLER-KOLONIE IN DARMSTADT VON MAI BIS OKTOBER 1901. 348 pp., numerous dwgs. & photo plates. Verlag Alex. Koch, Darmstadt, 1901.
Koch, Alexander u. Victor Zobel. DARMSTADT, EINE STAETTE MODERNER KUNST-BESTREBUNGEN. 65 pp., numerous photo illustrations. Verlags- anstalt Alexander Koch, Darmstadt, 1905.
KUNSTGEWERBEBLATT XVII. Neue Folge. 263 pp. Verlag von E.A. Seemann, Leipzig, 1906.
Lippelt, Ernst. KIRCHENBAUTEN DER CLUNIAZENSER IN DEUTSCHLAND. 30 pp., text, plans, photos. Lichtweg-Verlag, Essen, 1941.
Lux, Joseph August. DAS NEUE KUNSTGEWERBE IN DEUTSCHLAND. 250 pp. text, numerous photo plates not numbered. Verlag von Klinkhardt & Biermann, Leipzig, 1908.
Lux, Jos. August. INGENIEUR-AESTHETIK. 56 pp. text, 16 photo pl. Verlag von Gustav Lammers, Muenchen, 1910.
Lux, Joseph August. SCHOENE GARTENKUNST. 1 tafel u. 30 abb. 64 pp. Paul Neff Verlag, Esslingen, 1907.
Lyongruen, Arnold. NEUE IDEEN FUER DEKORATIVE KUNST UND DAS KUNSTGEWERBE. 24 plates with 340 motifs. Verlag von Kanter & Mohr, Berlin u, Koeln, no date.
Macku, Anton. GRUNDLAGEN FUER DAS STUDIUM DER BAUGESCHICHTE. 110 pp. 24 illus., 36 photo plates. Rudolph M. Rohrer Verlag, Wien, 1947.
Mueller-Wulckow. Walter. WOHNBAUTEN UND SIEDLUNGEN. 126 pp., 12 pl. & 40 plans. Karl Robert Langewiesche Verlag, Leipzig, 1929.
Muthesius, Hermann. DAS ENGLISCHE HAUS. Verlegt bei Ernst Wasmuth, Berlin.
Band I: Entwicklung. 220 pp. 1904.
Band II: Anlage und Aufbau. 237 pp. 1904.
Band III: Der Innenraum. 240 pp. plus Index to entire work. 1905.
Muthesius, Hermann. KUNSTGEWERBE UND ARCHITEKTUR. 150 pp. Verlegt bei Eugen Diedrichs, Jena, 1907.
Muthesius, Hermann. KANN ICH AUCH JETZT NOCH MEIN HAUS BAUEN? 170 pp. F. Bruckmann, Muenchen, 1920
Naumann, D. Fr.. DIE KUNST IM ZEITALTER DER MASCHINE, Ein Vortrag. 16 pp. Buchvertrag der "Hilfe", Berlin, 1904.
Obrist, Hermann. NEUE MOEGLICHKEITEN IN DER BILDENDEN KUNST. 7 essays, 168 pp. Verlegt bei Eugen Diedrichs, Leipzig, 1903.
Ostendorf, Friedrich. SECHS BUECHER VOM BAUEN. Verlag von Wilhelm Ernst & Sohn, Berlin, 1914.
Band I. EINFUEHRUNG. 270 pp., 168 illus.
Band II. DIE AEUSSERE ERSCHEINUNG DER EINRAEUMIGEN BAUTEN. 372 pp. 220 illus.
Supplement Band: HAUS UND GARTEN. 583 pp. 422 illus.
Petzold, E. DIE LANDSCHAFTS-GAERTNEREI. 316 pp. Verlag Georg Heinrich Meyer, Leipzig, Paperback. 1896.
Phelps, Hermann. HOLZBAUKUNST - DER BLOCKBAU. 324 pp. Fachblattverlag Albert Bruder, Karlsruhe, 1942.
Piper, Otto. BURGENKUNDE. 711 pp. Verlag Weidlich, Frankfurt, 1967. Improved and expanded reprint of 3. ed. of 1912. Verlag R. Piper & Co., Muenchen, 1967.
Speltz, Alexander. DER ORNAMENTSTIL. 706 pp., 3. ed. 425 plates and illus. text. K. F. Koehlers Antiquarium, Leipzig, 1912.
Sturm, Leonhard Christoph. CIVIL BAUKUNST. 32 pp., 11 engraved plates. Verlegung JeremiaeWolffens/Kunsthaendlers, Augspurg, Cardboard covers. 1718.
Taut, Bruno. DIE NEUE WOHNUNG. 108 pp., 2. ed. 65 illus. Verlag von Klinkhardt & Bierman, Leipzig, 1924.
Uhde, Constantin. DIE KONSTRUKTIONEN UND DIE KUNSTFORMEN DER ARCHITEKTUR. Verlegt bei Ernst Wasmuth, Berlin.
Band I. Die Konstruktionen und die Kunstformen, 183 pp. 1902.
Band II. Der Holzbau. 448 pp. 1903.
Band III. Der Steinbau. 360 pp. 1904.
Band IV. I. Halbband: Der Steinbau in Kuenstlichem Stein. 79 pp. 1905.
2. Halbband: Eisen und Bronze. 222 pp. 1911.
Woermann, Karl. DIE KUNST DER NEUESTEN ZEIT. 159 pp., 45 illus. in text and 4 photo plates. Biblio Institut Leipzig, 1923.
V. LATIN AMERICA
a. General
Goodwin, Philip L. BRAZIL BUILDS - Architecture New and Old 198 pp. Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1652-1942. 1943.
Hardoy, Jorge. URBAN PLANNING IN PRE-COLUMBIAN AMERICA. 128 pp., 68 illus. George Braziller, New York, 1968.
Leipziger, Hugo. THE ARCHITECTONIC CITY IN THE AMERICAS. 68 pp. text, 40 plates. Univ of Texas Press, Austin, 1944.
Leonard, Jonathon Norton. ANCIENT AMERICA. 192 pp. text and photo pl. Time Inc., New York, 1967.
PRE-COLUMBIAN ARCHEOLOGY. Readings from Scientific American. 211 pp. W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco, 1980.
Robertson, Donald. PRE-COLUMBIAN ARCHITECTURE. 128 pp., over 100 illustrations, photos, plans, dwgs. George Braziller, New York, 1963.
Stephens, John L. INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN CENTRAL AMERICA, CHIAPAS, AND YUCATAN. Engravings by Mr.. 2 Catherwood. 2 vols., 10th ed. London, John Murray, Albemarle St., 1842.
b. Pre-Columbian Mexico & Yucatan
Andrews, E. Wylls. DZIBILCHALTUN PROGRAM. 40 pp., 15 illus. Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University,.New Orleans, 1961.
Andrews, George F. MAYA CITIES. 468 pp. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 1975.
Bernal, Ignacio. TENOCHTITLAN EN UNA ISLA. 147 pp. I. N. A. H., Mexico, 1959.
Chan, Roman Pina. CIUDADES ARQUEOLOGICOS DE MEXICO. 152 pp., color plates. I. N. A. H., Mexico, 1963.
Chan, Roman Pina. MAYA CITIES. 80 pp.. 54 pl. I. N. A. H., Mexico D. F., no date.
Davila, Francisco. THE AZTEC CALENDAR. Reconstruction of calendar colors and text. Color folder cover enclosing a large folded sheet with diagrams and notations. No publisher or date listed.
Dominquez, Manuel. LOS ATLANTES EN YUCATAN. 181 pp. Editorial Orion, Mexico, D. F., 1963.
Lhuillier, Alberto Ruz. LA CIVILIZACION DE LOS ANTIQUOS MAYAS. 122 pp. plus plates. I. N. A. H., Mexico, 1963.
Marquina, Ignacio. EL TEMPLO MAYOR DE MEXICO. 118 pp., 20 illus., 43 photo pl. I. N. A. H., MEXICO, 1960.
Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia. Official Guides:
CALIXTLAHUACA
CHICHEN-ITZA
COPILCO-CUICUILCO
EL TAJIN
MALINALCO
MONTE ALBAN
PALENQUE
TENAYUCA
TEOTIHUACAN
TULA
TULUUM
UXMAL
PRE-SPANISH ART OF MEXICO. 12 pp. intro., 263 illus. I. N. A. H., Mexico D. F., 1946.
Vega, Abelardo F. TOURIST GUIDE AND DIRECTORY OF YUCATAN. 176 pp. Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.
c. Colonial Mexico
Ayres, Atlee B. MEXICAN ARCHITECTURE. 426 illus., photos and text by author. William Helburn, Inc., New York, 1926.
De Gante, Pablo. LA ARCHITECTURA DE MEXICO EN EL SIGLO XVI. 328 pp. text, 249 illus. Editorial Porrua, S. A., Mexico D. F., 1954.
Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia. Official Guides:
ACOLMAN
ACTOPAN
HUEHOTZINGO
TEPOZTLAN
d. Peru
Bingham, Hiram. LOST CITY OF THE INCAS. 240 pp. Librerias A.B.C. S. A., Lima, Peru, 1975.
Gasparini, Graziano & Luise Margolies. INCA ARCHITECTURE. 350 pp. text, photos, plans. Indiana University Press, Bloomington & London, 1980.
VI. THEORY, SYMMETRY, PROPORTION
Burchard, John Ely. SYMBOLISM IN ARCHITECTURE. 37 pp. Publications in the Humanities #17. M. I. T., Cambridge, 1956
Burton, Joe. GEOMETRY & PROPORTION: ITS ARCHETYPAL & COSMOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE. Student research report at UT School of Arch., Austin, 1974.
Cook, Theodore A. THE CURVES OF LIFE. 479 pp., 11 pl., 415 illus. Henry Holt & Co., New York, (cloth-bound Zerox copy). 1914.
Cornford, Francis M. PLATO'S COSMOLOGY. 376 pp. The Liberal Arts Press, New York, 1957
Edwards, A. Trystan. THE THINGS WHICH ARE SEEN - A Philosophy of Beauty. 330 pp. John Tiranti Ltd., London, 1947.
Greenough, Horatio. FORM AND FUNCTION. 136 pp. University of California Press. Berkeley & L. A., 1957.
Gropius, Walter. SCOPE OF TOTAL ARCHITECTURE. 158 pp. Collier Books, New York, 1962.
Hambidge, Jay. DYNAMIC SYMMETRY IN COMPOSITION. 83 pp. Yale University Press, New Haven, (Reprint of the 1923 original). 1948.
Hambidge, Jay. THE PARTHENON and Other Greek Temples, Their Dynamic Symmetry. 103 pp. Yale University Press, New Haven, 1924.
James, John. THE RATIO HUNTER. 36 pp. Dooralong, 1978.
Kepes, Gyorgy. LANGUAGE OF VISION. 228 pp. Paul Theobald, Chicago, 1948.
Lehel, Francois. MORPHOLOGIE COMPAREE DES ARTS. 158 pp. text, 48 photo plates. Editions de "Style", Paris, 1930.
Lesnikowski, Wojciech G. RATIONALISM AND ROMANTICISM IN ARCHITECTURE. 326 pp. McGraw Hill Book Co., New York, 1982.
Lethaby, W. R. ARCHITECTURE, NATURE & MAGIC. 155 pp. Gerald Duckworth & Co., London, 1956.
Levy, Ernst. ON THE PROPORTIONS OF THE SOUTH TOWER OF CHARTRES CATHEDRAL. 30 pp., 1 large folded chart of elevations with measurements. Publications in the Humanities #20. M. I. T., Cambridge, 1956.
Lowry, Bates. THE VISUAL EXPERIENCE. 272 pp. Prentice-Hall Inc. and Harry N. Abrams Inc., New York, 1965.
Porter, A. Kingsley. BEYOND ARCHITECTURE. 84 pp. Williams & Norgate Ltd., London, 1929.
Moessel, Ernst DIE PROPORTION IN ANTIKE UND MITTELALTER. 128 pp. text, 14 photo plates. C. H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Muenchen, 1
URFORMEN DES RAUMES ALS GRUNDLAGEN DER FORMGESTALTUNG. 2. Band. 199 pp. text, 135 pl. C. H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Muenchen, 1931.
Raskin, Eugene. ARCHITECTURALLY SPEAKING. Illustrated by Robert Osborn, 129 pp. A Delta Book. Dell Publishing Co., New York, Paperback. 1966.
Scott, Geoffrey. THE ARCHITECTURE OF HUMANISM. 197 pp. Doubleday Anchor Books, Garden City, N. Y., 1956.
Thompson, D'Arcy Wentworth. ON GROWTH AND FORM. Vol. I., 464 pp., Vol. II. pp. 465-1116. 2. ed., reprinted. Cambridge University Press, 1959.
Torroja, Eduardo. PHILOSOPHY OF STRUCTURES. 366 pp. University of California Press, Berkeley & L. A., 1958.
Tucker, Allen. DESIGN AND THE IDEA. 40 pp. American Federation of Arts, Washington, 1939.
Verworn, Max. IDEOPLASTISCHE KUNST. 74 pp. 71 illus. in text. Verlag von Gustav Fischer, Jena, 1914.
Wurz, Reinhold. SPIRALE UND VOLUTE. 128 pp. 1. Band., 239 illus. Von der vorgeschichtlichen Zeit bis zum Ausgang des Altertums. Delfin Verlag, Muenchen, 1914.
Zevi, Bruno. ARCHITECTURE AS SPACE. 288 pp. Horizon Press, New York, 1957.
VII. UNITED STATES
ARCHITECTURAL PRECAST CONCRETE. Prestressed Concrete Institute, Chicago, 1973.
ART IN PROGRESS. 255 pp. A Survey prepared for the 15th anniversary of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1944.
AUSTIN AND ITS ARCHITECTURE 102 pp. Austin Chapter AIA and Women's Arch. League, Austin, 1976.
Boltenstern, Erich Jr. HOUSING IN THE USA AND IN AUSTRIA. 48 pp. Research Report, UT School of Arch., Austin, 1958-59.
Boswell Jr., Peyton. MODERN AMERICAN PAINTING. 86 color plates. Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, 1939.
Burchard, John, and Albert Bush-Brown. THE ARCHITECTURE OF AMERICA. 595 pp. 6th printing. Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1961.
THE CITY OF PALACES. Picture Atlas of the Columbian Exposition with detailed text for each photo. Plates hand- colored. 176 pp. Compliments of W. H. Heegard & Co., Cigars." Chicago, 1894.
Drury, John. HISTORIC MIDWEST HOUSES. 246 pp. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1947.
Farrar, Emmie Ferguson. OLD VIRGINIA HOUSES. 175 pp. Hastings House, Publishers, New York, 1955.
Ferris, Robert G., ed. FOUNDERS AND FRONTIERSMEN 410 pp. National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings, Vol. VII. US Dept of Interior, National Park Service. Washington D.C, 1783- 1828. 1968.
Ford,James, and Katherine Ford. THE MODERN HOUSE IN AMERICA. 134 pp. Architectural Book Publishing Co., New York, 1940.
Hitchcock, H. R., and Arthur Drexler, ed. BUILT IN USA: POST-WAR ARCHITECTURE. 128 pp. Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1952.
Hitchcock, H. R., et. al. THE RISE OF AN AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE. 241 pp. Praeger, in assoc. with Metropolitan Museum, New York, 1970.
Jencks, Charles A. THE LANGUAGE OF POST-MODERN ARCHITECTURE. Revised enlarged ed. 136 pp. Rizzoli International Publications, New York, 1977.
Kauffman, Henry. PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH AMERICAN FOLK ART. 31 pp. text, 105 pp. color illus. American Studio Books, Holme Press, Inc., New York, 1946.
Lichten, Frances. FOLK ART MOTIFS OF PENNSYLVANIA, 96 pp. color plates, spiral binding. Hastings House, Publishers, New York, 1954.
Mock, Elizabeth. BUILT IN USA - 1932-1944. 128 pp. Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1944.
Mumford, Lewis. VOM BLOCKHAUS ZUM WOLKENKRATZER. 292 pp., 25 illus. Trans. by M. Mauthner. Bruno Cassirer Verlag, Berlin, 1925.
Neutra, Richard J. WIE BAUT AMERIKA? 79 pp., 105 illus. Julius Hoffmann, Stuttgart, 1927. facsimile reproduction issued in 1968.
Osborne, C. Francis. NOTES ON THE ART OF HOUSE PLANNING. 106 pp. Wm. T. Comstock, New York, 1888.
Randall, Frank A. HISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION IN CHICAGO. 388 pp. The University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 1949.
Sloane, Eric. AMERICAN BARNS AND COVERED BRIDGES. 112 pp. Willard Funk, Inc., New York, 1954.
Stern, Robert. NEW DIRECTIONS IN AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE. 128 pp. George Braziller, New York, 1969.
Tunnard, Christopher, and Henry Hope Reed. AMERICAN SKYLINE. 224 pp. A Mentor Book by the American Librarey. New York, 1956.
Vogel, F. Rud. DAS AMERIKANISCHE HAUS. Verlegt bei Ernst Wasmuth, Berlin. Band I: ENTWICKLUNG DER BAUKUNST UND DES AMERIKANISCHEN HAUSES. 285 pp. 1910.
White, Theo B., ed. PHILADELPHIA ARCHITECTURE IN THE 19TH CENTURY. 18 pp. text, catalog of buildings, 101 plates. University of Pennsylvania Press, Phila., 1953.
Williams, Henry L., and Ottalie K. Williams. A GUIDE TO OLD AMERICAN HOUSES 1700-1900. 168 pp., 5th printing. A. S. Barnes and Co., Inc. Cranberry, N. J., 1969.
Wilson, Everett B. EARLY SOUTHERN TOWNS. 351 pp. 48 illus. from Va., N. and S. Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tenn., Alabama, Miss., La. No plans, concentrates on buildings. A. S. Barnes, South Brunswick & n. Y., 1967.
VII. MISCELLANY
Appleton, LeRoy H. INDIAN ART OF THE AMERICAS. 279 pp. Charles Scribner's Sons, `New York & London, 1950.
Baedeker, Karl, Publisher. Leipzig:
AUSTRIA HUNGARY. 11 ed., 1911.
BELGIUM and HOLLAND. 14. ed., 1905.
BERLIN, 3. ED., 1908.
DEUTSCHES REICH (Grossdeutschland). Offizieller Fuehrer des Deutschen Automobil-Clubs. 2. auflage. 1939.
The DOMINION of CANADA, with Newfoundland and an excursion to Alaska. 3. ed., 1907.
GREAT BRITAIN. 7. ed., 1910.
GROSSBRITANNIEN. England, Wales, Schottland und Irland. 4. Auflage, 1906.
ITALIE SEPTENTRIONALE. 14. ed., 1895.
LONDON and its Environs. 16. ed., 1911.
DAS MITTELMEER. Madeira, den Kanarischen Inseln, der Kueste Marokkos, Algerien und Tunesien. 1909.
NORTHERN GERMANY. 16. ed., 1913.
NORWAY, SWEDEN, and DENMARK. 8. ed., 1903.
PARIS and Environs. 17. ed., 1910.
DIE RHEINLANDE, Schwarzwald, Vogewsen. 32. Auflage, 1912
DIE RIVIERA, das Suedoestliche Frankreich, Korsika. 4. Auflage, 1906.
SOUTHERN GERMANY (Wurtemberg and Bavaria). 11. ed., 1910.
SUEDBAYERN, Tirol und Salzburg. 30. ed., 1902.
SWITZERLAND. 21. ed., 1905.
Bichev. Milko. ARCHITECTURE IN BULGARIA. 80 pp. text, 105 plates. Foreign Language Press, Sofia, 1961.
Blazer, Werner. JAPANESE TEMPLES AND TEA-HOUSES. 156 pp. Werner Blazer, Basle, 1956.
Casali, I. TIPI ORIGINALI DI CASETTE POPOLARI E VILLINI ECONOMICI. 414 pp., 327 illus. Ulrico Hoepli, Milano, 1909.
Catalano, Eduardo. STRUCTURES OF WARPED SURFACES. Vol.10, No.1. 6 pp. text, 30 plates. Student Publication of the School of Design, Raleigh, N. C., 1960.
Denaes, Raymond. GENERAL GUIDE TO PARIS. Editions L'Indispensable, Paris.
Gusti, Gustav. ARCHITECTURA IN ROMANIA. 17 pp. text, 214 photo pl. Editura Meridiane, Bucuresti, 1965.
Hayden, Martin. THE BOOK OF BRIDGES. 153 pp. Galahad Books, Inc., 1976.
Hix, John. THE GLASS HOUSE. 208 pp. M. I. T. Press, Cambridge, 1974.
IMAGE, Vol. III, No.1. Student publication, School of Architecture, University of Texas. U. T. Printing Division, 1965.
Mainstone, Rowland. DEVELOPMENTS IN STRUCTURAL FORM. 350 pp., M. I. T. Press, Cambridge, 1975.
Mock, Elizabeth B. THE ARCHITECTURE OF BRIDGES. 127 pp. Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1949.
Muirhead, L. Russell, ed. The Blue Guides, London, Ernest Benn Ltd.: NORTHERN ITALY. 4. ed., 1953.
Nervi, Pier Luigi. STRUCTURES. 118 pp. F. W. Dodge Corp.,New York, 1956.
PLAN-GUIDE de PARIS. Cartes Taride, Paris.
Sacriste, Eduardo, Jr. BUILDING FOOTPRINTS. Vol. IX, No.1. 45 building plans drawn to the same scale. Student Publication, School of Design, Raleigh, N. C., 1959.
Salvadori, Mario. WHY BUILDINGS STAND UP. 311 pp. McGraw-Hill Paperback Edition, New York, 1982.
Samson, E. Hope, ed. HOLLAND, BELGIUM and LUXEMBOURG (Everybody's Pocket Travel Guide to). W. Foulsham & Co., London.
Straub, Hans. A HISTORY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. 258 pp. English trans. by Erwin Rockwell of "Die Geschichte der Bauingenieurkunst".. M. I. T. Press, Cambridge, 1964.
Whitney, Charles. BRIDGES. 363 pp. Wm. Edwin Rudge, Publisher. New York, 1929.
Architects and Artists:
I. AUSTRIA
Heinzle, Erwin. WOLF HUBER, UM 1485-1553. 106 pp. text, color frontispiece, 92 b&w illustrations. Universitaetsverlag Wagner, Innsbruck, no date.
II. BELGIUM, HOLLAND, SCANDINAVIA
Berlage, H. P. GEDANKEN UEBER STIL IN DER BAUKUNST. 53 pp. Julius Zeitler Verlag, Leipzig, 1905.
Berlage, H. P. GRUNDLAGEN UND ENTWICKLUNG DER ARCHITEKTUR. 121 pp. text, 29 illus. Verlag Julius Bard, berlin, 1908.
Berlage, H. P. OVER STIJL IN BOUW EN MEUBELKUNST. 131 pp., 38 illus. 2. ed. W. L. & J. Brusse, Rotterdam, 1908.
Berlage, H. P. SCHOONHEID IN SAMENLEVING. 171 pp. text, 5 vignettes. 1. ed. W. L. & J. Brusses, Rotterdam, 1919.
Eisler, Max. BERLAGE. 15 pp. article in "Der Architekt" ' XXIV Jahrgang, Heft 3/4, Kunstverlag Anton Schroll & Co., Wien, 1921. 1921.
Eisler, Max. DER BAUMEISTER BERLAGE. 22 pp. text, 10 loose photo plates. Band 7 in series "Kunst in Holland". Verlag Ed. Hoelzel, Wien, no date.
Deknatel, Frederick B.. EDVARD MUNCH. 120 pp. Museum of Modern Art & Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. Chaticleer Press, N. Y., 1950.
Van de Velde, Henry. RENAISSANCE IM KUNSTGEWERBE. 147 pp. Bruno und Paul Cassirer, Berlin, 1901.
Van de Velde, Henry. ZUM NEUEN STIL. Selected writings, intro. by Hans Curjel. 256 pp., 16 pl. R. Piper & Co. Verlag, Muenchen, 1955.
III. ENGLAND, SCOTLAND
AUBREY BEARDSLEY DRAWINGS. Introduction by Haldane MacFall. 152 pl, United Book Guild, N. Y., 1967.
Bliss, Douglas Percy. CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH AND THE GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART. 24 pp. text, photos and drawings. The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, no date.
De Carlo, Giancarlo. WILLIAM MORRIS. 32 pp. text and biblio., 52 pl. II Balcone, Milano, 1947.
GILL, ERIC. Autobiography. 300 pp. text, 25 pl. The Devin-Adair Co., N. Y., 1941.
Morris, William. KUNSTHOFFNUNGEN UND KUNSTSORGEN. I. Die Niederen Kuenste. (Lecture in 1893 in London, published by Longmans, Green & Co.,trans. by M. Schwabe in Leipzig). 44 pp. Verlegt bei Hermann Beeman Nachfolger, Leipzig, 1901.
Morris, William. Introduction, technical notes, 27 b&w plates. Victoria & Albert Museum. Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1958.
Pevsner, Nikolaus. CH. R. MACKINTOSH. 56 pp. text and biblio., 90 pl. II Balcone, Milano, 1950.
Pevsner, Nikolaus. PIONEERS OF MODERN DESIGN. From Wm. Morris to.Walter Gropius. 152 pp. Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1949.
Ruskin, John. THE POETRY OF ARCHITECTURE. 261 pp., with illustrations by the author. George Allen, London, 1893.
Walker, R. A.. THE BEST OF BEARDSLEY. 295 pp. Spring Books, London, no date.
WILLIAM BLAKE, 1757-1827.175 pp. Catalog of exhibition, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Phila., 1939.
IV. FRANCE
Le Corbusier. KOMMENDE BAUKUNST. 252 pp., 230 illus. (trans. of 2. ed. of the original published in 1925). Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart 1926.
Le Corbusier & P. Jeanneret. OEUVRE COMPLETE Published by Max Bill, Zurich. Editions of Dr. H. Girsberger, Zurich, 1934-1938. 1945.
Naylor, Gillian. HECTOR GUIMARD 112 pp., richly illustrated in color and b&w. Rizzoli international Publications, Inc., N. Y., 1978.
Reade, Brian. ART NOUVEAU AND ALPHONSE MUCHA. 34 pp. text, 36 b&w pl. Catalog of the Mucha Exhibition, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1963. Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1963.
Rodin, August. L'ART. 318 pp. Bernard Grasset, Editeur, Paris, Autograph on flyleaf: La beaute - c'est le caractere et l'expression. Rodin. 1911.
Rogers, Ernesto N. AUGUSTE PERRET. 79 pp. text and biblio., 90 pl. II Balcone, Milano, 1955.
Viollet-le-Duc. HISTOIRE DE L'HABITATION HUMAINE. 372 pp. J. Hetzel et Cie, Paris, 1893.
Viollet-le-Duc. HISTOIRE D'UNE FORTRESSE. 368 pp. J. Hetzel et Cie, Paris, no date.
Viollet-le-Duc. LEARNING TO DRAW. Illustrated by the author. 324 pp. (trans, from the french by Virginia Champlin). G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1881.
V. GERMANY, SWITZERLAND
Behrendt, Walter Curt. ALFRED MESSEL. 138 pp. monograph, 90 illus. in the text and on plates. Bruno Cassirer, Berlin, 1911.
Bill, Max, ed. MODERNE SCHWEIZER ARCHITEKTUR. Karl Werner Verlag, Basel, Loose-leaf plates in paper jackets: Teil II, 2. Lieferung. Plans and photos. 18 projects. 1942.
3. Lieferung. Plans and photos. 15 projects.
Eckmann, Otto. NEUE FORMEN. Autographed dedication. Intro. and 10 plates. Max Spielmeyer Verlag, Berlin, no date.
Froelich, Martin. GOTTFRIED SEMPER: Zeichnerische Nachlass an der ETH Zuerich. 310 pp. Birkhaeuser Verlag, Based u. Stuttgart, 1974.
Giese, Leopold. SCHINKEL'S ARCHITEKTONISCHES SCHAFFEN: die Friedrichs-Werderische Kirche zu Berlin. 161 pp., 76 illus. Der Zirkel Architektur Verlag, Berlin, 1921
DIE WELT MAX KLINGERS. Eingeleitet von Gustav Kirstein. 11 pp. text, 30 pl. Furche-Verlag, Berlin, 1918.
JOHANNES VON NEPOMUK. 208 pp. text, 8 color plates, 128 b&w. Exhibition catalog, Oesterreiches Museum fuer Angewandte Kunst, Wien, Oct-Nov 1971.
Lammert, Marlies. DAVID GILLY, EIN BAUMEISTER DES DEUTSCHEN KLASSIZISMUS. 239 pp., 2. ed. Gebr. Mann Verlag, Berlin, (Father of Friedrich Gilly) 1981.
Lyongruen, Arnold. NEUE IDEEN FUER DEKORATIVE KUNST UND DAS KUNSTGEWERBE. 24 plates with 340 motifs. Verlag von Kanter & Mohr, Berlin u, Koeln, no date.
Oncken, Alste. FRIEDRICH GILLY 1772-1800. 144 pp., 96 pl., 2. ed. Gebr. Mann Verlag, Berlin, 1981.
Plietzsch. Eduard. MAX KLINGER, WERKE DER GRIFFELKUNST. 20 pp. text and 32 pl. August Hopfer Verlag, Burg B. M., 1943.
Quitzsch, Heinz. DIE AESTHETISCHEN ANSCHAUUNGEN GOTTFRIED SEMPERS. 93 pp. Akademie Verlag, Berlin, 1962.
Rave, Paul Ortwin. GENIUS DER BAUKUNST. "51 pp. text, 23 photo plates. Eine Klassich-Romantische Bilderfolge an der Berliner Bauakademie von Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Verlag Gebr. Mann, Berlin, no date
Rave, Paul Ortwin. SCHINKEL. 15 pp. text, 1 color plate and 20 b&w loose in board folder. Angelsachsen-Verlag, Bremen, no date.
KARL FRIEDRICH SCHINKEL - TAGEBUECHER, BRIEFE, GEDANKEN. Introduction by Hans Mackowsky. 219 pp., 26 plates. Propylaeen-Verlag, Berlin, 1922
Schmidt, Josef. KARL FRIEDRICH SCHINKEL, DER VORLAEUFER NEUER DEUTSCHER BAUGESINNUNG. No pagination. Projects Nazi buildings in Munich as extension of the Schinkel spirit. Georg Kummer's Verlag, Leipzig, 1943.
Semper, Gottfried. KLEINE SCHRIFTEN. 516 pp. Berlin u. Stuttgart. Verlag von W. Spemann, Paperback. 1884.
Semper, Gottfried. SCHMUCK ALS KUNSTSYMBOL, 1856. 52 pp. Verlegt durch W. Keiper, Berlin, 1945
Semper, Gottfried. DER STIL. Friedric Bruckmann'sVerlag, Muenchen.
I. Band: Die Textile Kunst. 490 pp. 2. ed. 125 woodcuts and 15 color pl. 1878.
II. Band: KERAMIK, TEKTONIK,STEREOTOMIE, METALLOTECHNIK. 576 pp. 2.ed. 239 woodcuts and 5 color pl. 1879.
Wolf, Georg Jacob. SCHWIND BRIEFE UND BILDER. 22 pp. text, 26 pl. Delphin-Verlag, Muenchen, no date.
Wolzogen, Alfred Freiherr von. AUS SCHINKEL'S NACHLASS - REISETAGEBUECHER, BRIEFE UND APHORISMEN. Vol. I. 302 pp, 2 portraits.Verlag der koeniglichen geheimen Ober-Hofdruckerei, Berlin, 1862.
VI. SPAIN, ITALY
Bergos, Joan. ANTONIO GAUDI, l'homme i il'obra. 180 pp. Ariel, Barcelona, 1954.
Cirlot, Juan Eduardo. EL ARTE DE GAUDI. 50 pp. text, 4 color pl, 64 b&w. Ediciones Omega, S. A., Barcelona, 1950.
Collins, George R. ANTONIO GAUDI. 136 pp. Georg Braziller Inc., N. Y., 1960.
Collins, George R., and Juan B. Nonell. THE DESIGNS AND DRAWINGS OF ANTONIO GAUDI. 83 pp. text and index, 70 plates. Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1983.
GIOTTO IN ASSISI. 12 color plates. Instituto Italiano d'Arti Graphiche, Bergamo, 1958.
Kermacy, Martin S.. THE EXPRESSIONISM OF GAUDI AND TORROJA. The Texas Quarterly, "Image of Spain", 1961.
Nicoletti, Manfredi. RAIMONDO D'ARONCO. 53 pp. text and biblio., 66 pl. Il Balcone, Milano, 1955.
PLANO DE SALAMANCA. 1858. Published by the City, Paper folder. 1971.
VII. UNITED STATES
Cram, Ralph Adams. IMPRESSIONS OF JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE AND THE ALLIED ARTS. 227 pp. 52 photo illus. The Baker & Taylor Co., New York, 1905.
De Fries, H. FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, aus dem Lebenswerke eines Architekten. 80 pp., over 100 illus. and 9 color plates. Commentary on FLW's buildings by H. P. Berlage. Verlag Ernst Pollak, Berlin, 1926.
Futagawa, Yukio, editor & photographer. FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, Johnson & Son, Administration Building and Research Tower, Racine, Wisconsin, 1936-9.Tokio, (japanese language). Giant paperback. 1970.
Hitchcock, Henry-Russell. IN THE NATURE OF MATERIALS. The Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright. 143 pp. text & index, 413 photo illus. Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York, 1942.
Johnson, Philip. C. MIES VAN DER ROHE. 207 pp. text, photos, plans, dwgs. Monograph to exhibition at MOMA, Sep-Nov., 1947. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1947.
Kaufmann, Edgar, Jr. LOUIS SULLIVAN and the Architecture of Free Enterprise. 47pp. The Art Institute of Chicago, 1956.
Morrison, Hugh. LOUIS SULLIVAN, PROPHET OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE. 317 pp. W. W. Norton & co., Inc., 1962.
O'Gorman, James F. THE ARCHITECTURE OF FRANK FURNESS. 212 pp. Catalog of the exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Phila., 1973.
Semmes, John E. JOHN H. B. LATROBE AND HIS TIMES: 1803-1891. 601 pp. (Lawyer son of architect B. H. Latrobe). The Norman Remington Co., Baltimore, 1917
Sullivan, Louis. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN IDEA.. Forward by Claude Bragdon. 330 pp. Dover Publications, Inc., New York, 1956.
Wright, Frank Lloyd. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. 561 pp. Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York, 1943.
Wright, Frank Lloyd. BROADACRE CITY. 30 pp. A Taliesin Publication, 1943.
Wright, Frank Lloyd. GENIUS AND THE MOBOCRACY. 113 pp., 1. ed., 34 plates of FLW's dwgs. Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York, 1949.
Wright, Frank Lloyd. MODERN ARCHITECTURE, being the Kahn Lectures for 1930. 115pp., princeton University Press, 1931.
Wright, Frank Lloyd. ON ARCHITECTURE. 275 pp. Selected writings 1894-1940.Edited with an introduction by Frederick Gutheim. Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York, 1941.
Wright, Frank Lloyd. WHEN DEMOCRACY BUILDS. 131 pp., 8 plates.. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1945.
VIII. MISCELLANY
Benesova, Marie. JOSEF GOCAR. 52 pp. Praha, (Czech architect, written in czech language). 1958.
Papadaki, Stamo. OSCAR NIEMEYER: WORKS IN PROGRESS. 192 pp. Reinhold Publishing Co., New York, 1956
Papadaki, Stamo. THE WORK OF OSCAR NIEMEYER. 228 pp. Reinhold Publishing Corp., New York, 1954.
Planning:
Bernoulli, Hans. DIE STADT UND IHR BODEN. 127 pp. Verlag Fuer Architektur A. G., Erlenbach-Zurich, 1946.
Branch, Melville C. COMPARATIVE URBAN DESIGN. RARE ENGRAVINGS, 1830-1843. 104 pp. Arno Press, Inc., New York, and University of Southern California Press, L. A., 1978.
Brinckmann, A. E. STADTBAUKUNST. 138 pp. Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft Athenaion M.B.H., Berlin, 1920.
DAS DEUTSCHE DORF. 80 Federzeichnungen von 35 Kuenstlern der Gegenwart. Franz Schneider Verlag, Berlin u. Leipzig, no date.
Gropius, Walter. BUILDING OUR COMMUNITIES. 61 pp. Paul Theobald, Chicago, 1945.
Gruber, Karl. EINE DEUTSCHE STADT: Bilder zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Stadtbaukunst. 22 pp. text, 6 pl. Verlag von F. Bruckmann A. G., Muenchen, (photocopy, unbound) 1914.
Gruen, Victor. THE HEART OF OUR CITIES. 368 pp. Simon and Schuster, New York, 1964.
Hamm, Ernst. DIE DEUTSCHE STADT IM MITTELALTER. 323 pp. Stuttgarter Verlags-Institut, G. M. B. H. Verlag F. Bohnenberger, 1935.
Hartog, Rudolf. STADTERWEITERUNG IM 19. JAHRHUNDERT. 124 pp. text, 60 illus, W. Kohlhammer Verlag, Stuttgart, 1962.
Howard, Ebenezar. GARDEN CITIES OF TOMORROW. 168 p. M. I. T. Press, Cambridge, 1966.
LENINGRAD. Photo album, no text. Russian government publication, 1964.
Merian,Matthaeus. DIE SCHOENSTEN STAEDTE ALTOESTERREICHS. Engravings of 41 cities, with descriptions from the Archontologia Cosmica of 1695. Hoffman & Campe Verlag, Hamburg, 1963.
Morini, Mario. ATLANTE DI STORIA DELL' URBANISTICA. 381 pp., from prehistory to XX century. 1432 illus. in 262 plates. Editore Ulrico Hoepli, Milano, 1963.
MOSCOW. Photo album, no text. Russian government publication, 1963.
Pirenne, Henri. MEDIEVAL CITIES. 253 pp. trans. from French by Frank D. Halsey. Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1974.
Saalman, Howard. MEDIEVAL CITIES. 126 pp. George Braziller, New York 1968.
Saarinen, Eliel. THE CITY. 380 pp., 50 illus. Reinhold publishinng Corp., New York, 1943.
Spreiregen, Paul. THE ARCHITECTURE OF TOWNS AND CITIES. 243 pp. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1965.
Weidle, Karl. DER GRUNDRISS VON ALT-STUTTGART. 2 vols. in jacket. Ernst Klett Verlag, Stuttgart, 1961.
Teil I. Text, 101 pp.
Teil II. Atlas, 30 pl., 31 citry plans..
Zucker, Paul. ENTWICKLUNG DES STADTBILDES. 89 pp. text, 101 illus. on 72 pl. Drei Masken Verlag, Muenchen-Berlin, 1929.



 

Series VIII: Slides

Series Abstract
This series lists 13,508 slides arranged geographically. Following the geographic listing are slides of drawings from students of Professor Kermacy's School of Architecture classes and Kermacy's own professional work. Numbers following the headings signify a count of the slides.
NORTH AMERICA
CANADA
Labrador
Vancouver 23
Victoria 33
MEXICO 1,366 total
Precolumbian: 213 total
Calixtlahuaca 13
Cholula 3
Cuicuilco 6
Mitla 25
Monte Alban 29
Tenayuca 20
Teopanzolco 9
Teotihuacan 22
Tepozteco 14
Tula 45
Xochicalco 27
Mayan: 289 total
Chichen-Itza 78
Dzibilchaltun 22
Kabah 22
Labna 53
Labna trail
Sayil 15
Tuluum 33
Uxmal 62
Xlapac 3
Colonial to Modern: 864 total:
Acolman 23
Acotlan 32
Chihuahua 41
Colima 7
Copper Canyon
Cozumel 5
Cuernavaca 61
Durango 24
Guadalajara 48
Guanajuato 51
Guanajuato/Morelia
Guerrero 10
Huehotla 11
Huehotzingo 13
Juchitan
Manzanillo 9
Mazatlan 6
Merida 60
Mexico City 193
Monterey 3
Muna
Oaxaca
Ojinaga/Topolabampa
Patscuaro 5
Progresso
Puebla 75
Queretaro 30
Saltillo 24
S. Bernardino Tlaxcalazingo
S. Francisco Acatepec 6
S. Luis Potosi 10
S. Miguel Allende 16
S. Maria Tonantzintle 4
S. Maria del Tule 4
Taxco 13
Tepoztlan 24
Texcoco 13
Tlaxcala 15
Vera Cruz 25
Xochimilco 7
UNITED STATES 1,860 total
Alaska 45
Anchorage
Glacier Bay
Juneau
Ketchikan
Sitka
Valdez
Arkansas 19
Eureka Springs - Crown of Thorns Chapel
California 39
Carmel
San Francisco
Florida 34
Fort LauderdaleSt. Augustine
Miami
Port Everglades
Tampa
Georgia 39
Atlanta
Savannah
Hawaii 102
Hawaii - Hilo,Kona, Volcanoes Natl Park
Kawaii - Fern Grotto, Kilauea, Nawiliwili
Maui - Kahului, La Haina
Louisiana 117
Grand Isle
Jeanerette
LaFourche Bayou
New Orleans
St. Martinsville
New Iberia
Maine 11
Bar Harbor
Massachusetts 112
Boston
Edgartown
Marblehead
Marthas Vineyard
Provincetown
Plymouth
Mississippi 17
Natchez
New Mexico 66
Albuquerque Taos
Santa Fe
New York City 98
Aerial Views
Harbor
La Guardia
Guggenheim Mus.
Lever House
Rockefeller Center
Seagram Bldg
United Nations
Verrazano Bridge
miscellaneous
North Carolina 7
Raleigh - Novicki Stadium
Pennsylvania 107
Elkins Park
F.L.W. - Synagogue
Merion
Philadelphia
Independence Hall
Wm. Strickland
Frank Furness
York: Rural
Urban
Churches
Markets
Oregon 7
Eugene
Rhode Island 68
Block Island
Nantucket
Newport
South Carolina 27
Charlestown
Clemson
Georgetown
Texas 826
Austin
Bandera
Bartlet
Bastrop
Beeville
Castroville
Columbus
Corpus Christi
Dallas
Del Rio
Eagle Pass
Fredericksburg
Fort Worth
Galveston
Brownsville
San Antonio
Smithville
Tyler
Hamiltons Pool
Houston
LaGrange
Laredo
Liberty Hill
Lockhart
Mason
Nagadoches
New Braunfels
Old Dime Box
Palo Duro Canyon
Port Isable
Roma
Round Rock
Sab
Victoria
Waco
Virginia 27
Monticello
Reston
Washington 66
Seattle
Washington DC 24
Smithsonian
Wash. Monument
CARRIBEAN
ANTILLES 347 total
British
Antigua 11
Barbados 44
St. Lucia 25
French
Guadelupe 10
Martinique 24
St. Barthelmy 13
Dutch
Aruba 4
Curacao 31
St. Marteen 8
USA
Puerto Rico
St. Thomas 16
Bahamas 28
Bermuda 57
Cuba 18
Grand Cayman 6
Grenada 15
Haiti 20
Jamaica 12
CENTRAL AMERICA
GUATEMALA 186 total
Antigua 71
Cathedral
Ciudad Viejo
Company of Jesus Market
La Merced
Plaza de Armas
Print Museum
Real Cabildo
S. Carlos University
S. Clara
S. Francisco
S. Jose de la Recolecion
S. Rosa
Chichicastenango 10
Market
Guatemala City 68
Aerial
Scale Model
Iglesia de Felipe Yurrita (Art Nouveau}
* Torre del Reformador (Gustav Eiffel?)
Cathedral
Church
Church
National Palace
National Library
Fort
Panorama
Zocolo
Tikal 38
PANAMA 55 total
Canal transit 45
Colon 11
SOUTH AMERICA
ARGENTINA 47 total
Buenos Aires 41
Iguasu Falls 6
BRAZIL 302 total
Amazon 34
Belem 14
Brazilia (buildings by Oscar Niemeyer) 90
Iguasu Falls 35
Itaipu 15
Manaus 23
Opera Hous
Rio de Janeiro 40
Salvador 33
Santarem 17
CHILE 79 total
Punta Arenas 9
Santiago 8
Straits of Magellan 58
Valparaiso 4
COLOMBIA 71 total
Bogota 20
Cartagena 27
S. Andres 24
ECUADOR 160 total
Galapagos Islands 132 total
Baltra 4
Gordon Rocks 12
Plaza Sur 40
Seymour 24
Santa Fe 32
Santa Cruz 20
Otavala 17
Quito 11
FRENCH GUIANA 22 total
Devil's Island 22
PERU 141 total
Amazon Lodge 9
Cuzco 20
Iquitos 9
Kenko 2
Lima 13
Machu-Pichu 48
Pachacamac 20
Puca-Pucara 7
Yaqui Indians 13
SURINAM 33 total
Paramaribo 33
URUGUAY 8 total
Montevideo 8
VENEZUELA 20 total
Caracas 14
La Guira 6
BRITISH ISLES
ENGLAND 595 total
Avebury 4
Bath 30
Blenham 8
Brighton 13
Bristol 2
Broadway 6
Cambridge 30
Canterbury 35
Carlisle 13
Chester 35
Corbridge 8
Coventry 32
Dover 8
Rye 13
Salisbury 20
Sandwich 11
Stonehenge 5
Stratford-on-Avon 6
Tewksbury 18
Ely 24
Furness Abbey 12
Gloucester 4
Hadrians Wall 18
Hampton Court 8
Hastings 2
Lancaster 2
Lincoln 30
London 68
Old Sarum 11
Oxford 18
Peterboro 12
Riveaux Abbey 13
Warwick 5
Wells 15
Winchester 17
Windsor 2
York 47
York Moors 5
NORTHERN IRELAND 40 total
Antrim Coast
Ballycastle
Carrickfergus 6
Dunluce 9
Giants Causeway
Londonderry 16
Portrush
SCOTLAND 142 total
Ayr
Edinburgh 45
Firth of Forth 12
Glasgow 42
Linlithgow 1
Stirling 11
WALES 60 total
Beaumaris 2
Caernarvon 4
Cardif 3
Conway 11
Haelech 6
Llandudno
Menai Bridge 7
Pembroke 12
Penmaenmawr 1
St. Davids 8
IRISH REPUBLIC 527 total
Abbeys & Churches 302
Adare 16
Ardmore 12
Jerpoint 10
Kells 7
Askeaton 20
Boltinglass 9
Boyle 5
Cashel & Hore 30
Castledermott 3
Claregalway 8
Clonfert 5
Clonfinlough 2
Clonmacnoise 20
Drumcliff 5
Dunbrody 10
Dundalk 1
Glendalough 8
Holycross 10
Killaloe 3
Lady Island 6
Lusk 5
Mellifont 9
Monasterboice 11
Muckross 11
Quinn 11
Roscrea 2
Ross 11
Skellig Michael 29
Slane 6
Sligo 9
Swords 5
Castles 39
Blarney 11
Bunratty 9
Derrydonnel 3
Donegal 4
Staigue Fort 5
misc. 7
Country Estates 47
Castletown 5
Howth 14
Leenau 2
Powerscourt 13
Westport 13
Cities & Towns 139
Bantry 2
Drogheda 5
Dublin 83
Galway 16
Kildare 6
Kilkenney 3
Kinsale 10
Limerick 9
Waterford 1
Youghal 4
EUROPE
AUSTRIA
Indexed alphabetically by Province and City.
City may be subdivided into categories:
Plans
Churches
Markets/Squares
Panoramic
Parks/ Recreation/ Regional Landscape
Public & Private monumental bldgs.
Residences
Special Events
Province Burgenland: 103 total
Bernstein 11
Doerfl im Briesgau 6
Eisenstadt 18
Forchtenstein 7
Podersdorf 4
Purbach 10
Rust 10
S. Margareten
Kobersdorf 9
Oberwart 4
Sculpture Park 23
Stoob 7
Province Kaernten (Carinthia): 128 total
Friesach 13
Gurk 18
Hochosterwitz 3
Karnburg 10
Villach 6
Klagenfurt 42
Maria-Saal 5
Spittal/Drau 16
Regional Landscape 15
Province Nieder Oesterreich (Lower Austria): 355 total
Altenburg 9
Carnuntum 9
Duernstein 13
Eckartsau 6
Gars a. Kamp 6
Gottweig 17
Hainburg 5
Hardegg/Thaya 9
Heiligenkreuz 18
Herzogenburg 6
Klosterneuburg 23
Rosenburg 4
Zwettl 6
S. Michael/Donau 4
Lillienfeld 14
Maria Taferl 4
Melk 14
Moedling 8
Muthmannsdorf 5
Ort
Perchtolsdorf 11
Petronell 13
Rapottenstein 9
Rastenberg 2
Retz 17
Stockerau 1
Tulln 14
Wartenstein 5
Ybbs 7
S. Poelten 2
Scheiblingkirchen 3
Schoengrabern 17
Stein u. Krems 26
Wiener Neustadt 13
Wildungsmauer 5
Willendorf (Venus of) 3
Regional Landscape 22
Province Ober-Oesterreich (Upper Austria) 361 total
Bad Ischl 2
Braunau 19
Enns 11
Frauenstein 3
Freistadt 16
Gmunden 1
Hallstadt 18
Kremsmuenster 21
Lambach 2
Linz 72
Mauthausen 13
Mondsee 15
Ranshofen 17
S. Florian 39
S. Wolfgang 12
Schaerding 8
Stadl-Paura 9
Steyr 20
Voecklabruch 6
Wels 6
Wilhering 22
Regional Landscape 14
Obertraun 6
Province Salzburg 120 total
Bad Gastein 6
Pfarrkirche. 876. F. Schmidt, Arch.(?)
Salzburg 114
Alt-Stadt 6
Castes & Palaces 20 slides
Hohensalzburg
Schloss Klessheim
Castles & Palaces
Leopoldskron
Mirabell
Churches 33 slides
Dom-Kirche
Evangelische-K.
Franziskaner-K
Kollegien-K 1694-1707.
S. Peter & Friedhof
S. Petrus-Claver K. 1846-48
Sebastianer-K Friedhof
Markets & Squares: 10 total
Kapitelplatz
Mozartplatz
Residenzplatz
Universitaetsplatz
Parks & Recreation 29 slides
Bastionsgarten
Mirabellgarten
Panorama 15 slides
Plan from Merian, Die Schoenste Staedte Alt-Oesterreichs
S. Michael im Lungau 3
Regional Landscape 13
Province Steirmark (Styria): 148 total
Bruck a. d. Mur 5
Frohnleiten 1
Graz 110
Churches 21 slides
Barmherzigenkirche
Dom-Kirche H.Aegidus.
Franziskaner-K. 1350-1636
Leech-Kirche. 1275-1500
Mariahilfer-K. 1742-44.
Mausoleum Ferdinand II. 1614-33
Ursuliner-K. 1696-1700
Markets & Squares 16 slides
Hauptplatz
Karmeliterplatz
Mehlplatz
Glockenspielplatz
Schlossbergplatz
Parks & Recreation 6 slides
Schlossberg
Public & Private Monumental Bldgs: 62 slides
Landhaus 1557-65.
Landes Zeughaus 1643-45
Burg
Franz-Josef Kai
Herrengasse
Messsnergase
Sackstrasse
Schloss Eggenberg
Kindberg 2
Groebming 1
Hartberg 9
Trieben 3
Leoben 8
Seckau 12
Augustinian Monastery founded 1150.
Town Plaza
Regional Landscape 11
Province Tirol: 237 total
Alpach 5
Innsbruck 153
Churches 51 slides
Dreiheiligen-Kirche, 1612. Remodeled, 1860-63.2
Goetsens Pfarrkirche. Franz Singer, arc. 1772-75
Hofkirche. Andrea Crivelli, arc. 1553-63.
Mariahilf-K. Chris. Gumpp, arc 1649
Stadtpfarrkirche S. Jakob Johann Georg Fischer, arc., stucco by C.D. & Aegid Asam. 1717-24.
S. Johann am Innrain. G. A Gumpp, arc. 1729-35.
Spitalkirche. Johann Martin Gump d. Ae., arc. 1700-01.
Wiltener Pfarrkirche. Franz de Paula Penz, arc. 1751-55.
Wiltener Stiftskirche. Christof Gumpp d. J., arc. 1651-65.
Alt-Stadt 34 slides
Goldenes Dachl (Palace). 1500.
Stadtturm. 1560-1602.
Residential 15-19th centuries
Maria-Theresianplatz.
Panorama 46 slides
Ski Center
Special Events 11
Pfingsten Procession (Feast of the Assumption)
Kematin 4
Kitzbuehl 15
S. Johann in Tirol 5
Pfarrkirche Hl. Himmelfahrt. 1724-28.
Kapelle hl. Antonius. 1671-74
Schwaz 3
Pfarrkirche. 1460-90.
Solbad Hall 6
Damenstiftskirche. Rebuilt 1691.
Jesuiten-Kirche. 1608.
Oberer Stadtplatz u. Pfarrkrche. 1281
Stift Stams 20
Zisterzienserkirche u Kloster. 13-18th c.
Thaur 15
Landhaus
Locally carved Nativity Creches
Native costumes
Volders 7
Schloss Aschach. 1380.
Karlskirche, Serviten-Kloster. 1636-54
Waidring 4
Regional Landscape 10
Province Vorarlberg: 89 total
Batschuns 4
Bregenz 15
Dornbirn 3
Feldkirch 33
Hohenems 5
Rankweil 13
Regional Landscape 16
Province Wien: see Series IV: VIENNA SLIDES
BELGIUM 65 total
Antwerp 24
Bruges 12
Brussels 13
Ghent 16
CZECHOSLOVAKIA 73 total
Prague 59
Karlstein 3
Telc 11
DENMARK 87 total
Aarhus 12
Dragoer 8
Ebeltoft 11
Helsingoer 6
Koebenhavn 50
FINLAND 30 total
Helsinki 30
FRANCE 591 total
Abbeville 10
Amboise 16
Amiens 4
Angers 19
Arles & Nimes 8
Azay-le-Rideau 27
Basle to Paris 10
Beauvais 7
Briancon/Aix en P 2
Blois 29
Caen 33
Carcassone 5
Chambord 19.
Orleans 14
Paris 85
Perigeaux 4
Rheims 11
Rouen 23
Chartres 15
Chenanceaux 15
Chinon 4
Dinan 6
Fontainbleau 9
Laon 8
Le Havre 53
Le Raincy 17
Marseille 14
Mont S. Michele 45
Monte Carlo 4
Nancy 10
Vence 6
Saumur 3
S. Jean-de-Luz 2
S. Malo 2
Strassburg 17
Versailles 23
Nice 11
GERMANY (w. & E.) 412 total
Aachen 7
Bambweg 10
Berlin (F. Schinkel) 14
Bremen 5
Darmstadt (for Matildenhoehe see OLBRICH entry in Series IV: VIENNA SLIDES) 32
Ettal 10
Heidelberg 10
Ingolstadt 4
Frankfurt 19
Freiburg 13
Ottobeuren 12
Passau 10
Regensburg 12
Stuttgart 23
Trier 17
Goslar 8
Goettingen 16
Hamburg 9
Hannover 5
Herford 5
Koeln 21
Monschau 8
Muenchen 74
Nuerenberg 7
Tuebingen 8
Ulm 11
Vierzehnheiligen 9
Wiesbaden 10
Worms 23
GREECE 206 total
Athens 32
Corinth 6
Corinth Canal 6
Crete 18
Delos 7
Mykenos 6
Patmos 4
Rodos 12
Santorini 3
Saronic Isles 50
Aegina
Hydra
Poros
Suneion
Delphi 16
Epidauros 15
Kos 3
Meteora 7
Mycenae 17
Piraeus 4
HUNGARY 5 total
Budapest 5
ITALY 412 total
Asolo 20
Bassano di Grappa 13
Bozen 11
Brixen 8
Caserta to Pescaro 6
Castel Gondolfo 3
Chioggia 5
Cortina 5
Cremona 12
Cuneo 5
Florence 31
Frascati 20
Genova 26
Goritzia/Tarvisio/Udine 7
Jaufenpass 18
L. Como/L. Garda 13
Malcesine 14
Mantova 15
Marostica 9
Milano 12
Autostrada Milano/Genova 7
Napoli 18
Orvieto 5
Palma Nuova 5
Piacenza 18
Pisa 16
Pompeii 13
Portofino 5
Ravenna 2
Roma 62
San Giminiano 5
Sirmione 7
Torino 7
Trent 10
Trieste 19
Venezia 120
Ventimiglia/Rapallo 2
Verona 34
Vicenza 49
Merano 24
JUGOSLAVIA 142 total
Autoput - Beograd/Zagreb 6
Beograd 9
Bled 6
Dubrovnik 18
Ljubljana 5
Mostar 16
Dalmation Coast 16
Novi Sad 4
Rijeka 10
Sarajevo 15
Split 16
Trogir 12
Cathedral S. Lorenzo
Zagreb 9
MONACO 8 total
Monte Carlo 8
NETHERLANDS 102 total
Amsterdam 24
Delft 7
Hague 5
Marken & Volendam 12
Rotterdam 24
Utrecht 3
Hilversum 30
NORWAY 122
Bergen 60
Eidfjord 14
Haugesund 8
Oslo 46
PORTUGAL 338 total
Alcobaca 2
Algarve coast 13
Barcelos 6
Braga 2
Batalha 21
Sesimbre 17
Coimbra 36
Ericeira 3
Guimares 7
Lisbon 68
Funchal (Madiera) 23
Minho 3
Viana d. Castrlo
Obidos 17
Nazare 3
Regional Landscape 23
Lisbon/Cape S. Vincent
Lisbon/Sintra
Beja 3
Setubal 22
Silves 14
Sintra 8
Tavira 1
Tomar 23
Valenca 3
Viseau 1
RUSSIA 405 total
Kazan 24
Kosmodemyansk 22
Kostroma 72 total
Cathedral of Epiphany 16th c.
Folk Dances
Kholm Village Church 1552
Market 3
Museum of Wooden Arch. 24
Transfiguration Church 17c.
St. Elijah Church 18c.
Serov House - 1873
Piatevsky Monastery 18 16th-19th c.
Shopping Center 7 18th-19th c.
Wood Cottages 8 19th c.
Makariev 6
Moscow 44 total
Kremlin 19
Cathedral Square
Archangel Cathedral 1505
Assumption Cathedral 15th c.
Bell Tower
Nicholas Gate
Trinity Gate
Red Square 18
St. Basil 16th c.
Lenin's Tomb
Novodevitch Monastery 2
Miscellaneous 5
Plec 15
St. Petersburg 89 total (1994)
Leningrad 69 (1973)
Peterhof 20
Uglich 26 total
Cathedral & Bell Tower 7, 1713.
Kremlin 6, 16-17th c.
Wood Architecture 9
Miscellaneous 3
Yaroslavl 50 total
Epiphany Church 12, 1693
Transformation Monastery 18, 16-19th c.
St. Elijah The Prophet Church 8, 1647-50.
Miscellaneous 12
Zagorsk 38 total
Holy Trinity Monastery 14th-18th c.
Holy Trinity Cathedral 4, 1423.
Holy Spirit Church 4, 1476.
Assumption Cathedral 2, 1559-85
Holy Trinity Monastery (continued)
Tower Ss. Zosima & Savaty 4, 1635-38.
The Refectory 5, 1686-92.
Gate Church S. John the B. 1, 1693-99
Bell Tower 2, 1741-70
Miscellaneous 16
Volga River Trip 19
SPAIN 919 total
Algeciras 4
Alicante 37
Avila 27
Cadiz 21
Cardona 21
Carmona 33
Cordoba37
Coruna 9
Costa Brava 7
Escalona 2
Escorial 14
Gerona 5
Granada 55
Jaen 4
Leon 38
Gaudi
Lugo16
Toledo 58
Tortosa 13
*Astorga 14
Gaudi
Ayamonte 6
*Barcelona 183
Gaudi
Madrid 8
Malaga 17
Maqueda 2
Montserrat 15
Nieble 5
Palma (Majorca) 8
Pontevedra 8
Salamanca 31
Santa Cruz (Tenerife) 12
Santiago de Compostela 53
Santillana del Mar 14
Segovia 43
Seville 37
Tarragona 19
Regional Iandscape 36 total
Barcelona/Madrid
Tossa del Mar 5
Valladolid 1
Escalona 1
Cadiz/Gibralter
Granada/Malaga
Malaga/Valencia
Bay of Biscay
SWEDEN 441 total
Baltic Area maps & city plans 5
Farsta Center 18
Goeteborg 12
Mariestad 3
Orebro 2
Roek 4
Sigtuna 15
Skara 30
Skarholmen 39
Stockholm 225
Vaellingby 16
Vaesteras 21
Visby 43
Marstrand 8
SWITZERLAND 43 total
Basle 8
Geneva 6
Lucerne 12
St. Moritz 4
Thun 10
Zurich 3
AFRICA
EGYPT 188 total
Alexandria 8
Cairo 45
Mosques
Old Town
Panorama
Gizeh 29
Hatshepsut 10
Karnak 11
Luxor 20
Memphis 8
Port Said 5
Saqqara 17
Suez Canal 29
Thebes 6
MORROCO 18 total
Marrakech 18
NEAR EAST
ISRAEL 63 total
Cana 1
Capernaum 6
Haifa 1
Jerusalem 42
Old Town
Panorama
Gethsemane
Dead Sea Scrolls Mus
Knesett
Joppa 3
Nazareth 5
Sea of Galilee 1
Tel Aviv 1
Tiberias 3
JORDAN 26 total
Bethany 2
Bethlehem 6
Dead Sea 3
Jerasch 7
Jericho 5
River Jordan 3
LEBANON 15 total
Baalbeck 13
Beirut 2
SYRIA
Damascus 29 total
Mosque
Ananaius Hse.
Market
Suleiman Tomb
Roman Temple ruin
Town Gate & walls
TURKEY 87 total
Ephesus
Izmir 6
Istanbul 57
Palace
Mosques
Market
Waterfront
FAR EAST
MYANMAR 69 total
Mandalay 8
Rangoon 7
Pagan 56
Pagodas (comm. slides)
Panorama
Miscellaneous
INDIA 21 total
Bombay 21
Delhi
SRI LANKA 20 total
Colombo 6
Ratnapura 14
THAILAND 30 total
Bangkok 30
ASIA
CHINA 328 total
Beijing 53 total
Maps
Forbidden City
Summer Palace
Temple of Heaven
Beijing to Great Wall 18
The Great Wall 19
Hang-Chou 52
Ling Yin Si Temple
Pagoda of Six Harmonies
West Lake
Zoo
Ming Tombs 16
Commune - Tea Plantation 12
Beijing to Shanghai - aerial 10
Shanghai 77 total
Children's Palace
Yu the Mandarin's Garden
Urban panorama
Temple of the Jade Buddha
Shanghai to Su-Chou 10
Su-Chou 61 total
Urban panorama
Temple of Gratitude
Liu Garden
Garden of the Master of the Nets
HONG KONG 116 total
Victoria 61 total
Urban panorama
Harbor
Kowloon 14
H. K. New Territories 28 total
H. K. New Territories
Taoist Monastery
Walled Community
Experimental farms 6
China border 6
MACAO 22 total
Hong Kong to Macao 6
Fort 2
Urban panorama 7
Folk Dances 7
JAPAN 192 total
Inland Sea 17
Kobe 23
Kobe to Nara 6
Kyoto 68 total
Temples
Sanju Sangendo
Kinkakuji
Toji
Golden Pagoda
?_____Temple
Nijo Castle
Kobe to Nara 6
Nara Temples 72 total
Horyuji
Todaiji
?_____Temple
KOREA 172 total
Pusan 6
Pusan to Seoul 20
Kyonju Monastery 37
Seoul 58 total
Urban landscape
Market
Park
Olympic (88) Stadium
Folk Village 30
Regional Landscape 21 total
Pusan to Seoul
TAIWAN 104 total
Keelung 2
Taipei 16
Yehliu 10
Taichung vic. 24 total
Changhua Monastery
Wufeng Monastery
Sun-Moon Lake 44 total
Hsuan Chuang Temple
Wen-Wu Temple
Regional landscape 8 total
Taipei to Taichung
MALAYSIA 91 total
Kuala Lampur 29 total
Temple
Grotto
War Memorial
Perak 22
Penang 20 total
Temple of Snakes
Burmese Temple
Thai Temple
Kek Lok Si Temple
Butterfly Farm
Penang Hill
Panorama
SINGAPORE 35 total
Urban panorama
?_____Temple
Shipyard
AUSTRALIA 49 total
Melbourne 3
Sydney 46
Bridge
Harbor
Opera House
Shopping Mall
Zoo
NEW ZEALAND 42
Auckland 17
Port Chalmers 8
Wellington 17
MISCELLANY:
TAHITI 22
PITCAIRN ISLAND 23
SUNDA STRAIT 4
GIBRALTER 13
GREAT BARRIER REEF 7
GIANTS CAUSEWAY 21
GLACIER BAY 19
Kermacy's Professional Work
Perspective Drawings 8
Residential
Junior Helping Hand Children's Home, Austin, Tx, 25, 1977.
Kermacy House, Austin, Tx, 124, 1950-74.
Chapman House, Austin, Tx, 2, 1964.
Ramsey House, Austin, Tx, 21, 1956.
Brady House, Austin Tx, 3, 1953.
McDonald House, Paris, Tx, 3, 1951.
Morrison House, Austin, Tx, 14, 1950.
Johnson House, Barrington, II, 3, 1947.
Projects:
Hahn Residence, Austin, Tx, 3, c. 1960.
Unitarian Church, Austin, Tx, 27, 1959.
Fermi Competition, Chicago, III, 30, 1957.
Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, Austin, Tx, 2, c. 1954.
Root Residence, Austin, Tx, 1, 1951.
MISCELLANEOUS
Architecture:
Proportion Theory 43
Vernacular churches, USA 20
Plans, N Mexico Pueblos, watercolor sketches by George Pearl 33
Natural History:
Animal 34
Mineral 101
Plants 63
Shells 13
Parks:
Everglades, FL 16
Petrified Forest, AZ 22
Skyline Drive, VA 8
Sea & Ships 113
Container ships 29
People pictures 49
STUDENT WORK
43 slides from Kermacy classes in BASIC DESIGN, drawings and models of explorations in theory, symmetry and proportion. Slides also from Kermacy classes in ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY and in ART NOUVEAU, analytical drawings of selected buildings from the respective periods.
BYZANTIUM
S. IRENE, Istanbul
S. SOPHIA, Istanbul
Hugo Monsanto, 1973
S. THEODORE, Istanbul
CZECH
STARONOVA SYNOGOGUE, Prague
Roger Kolar, 1978
ENGLAND
LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL
Scott McCrary, 1970
LINCOLN CATHEDRAL
Ron L. Moore, 1971
LITTLE WENHAM HALL
R. B. Klug, 1972.
NURSTEAD COURT, Kent
OLD ST. PAUL'S, London. R. Blake Norred, 1970
RESIDENTIAL: Cruck Frame, 900-1200
Cruck Timber Frame, 1000-1400
Aisled Hall, 1300-1500
Half-Timber, C. L. Leonard 1500-
S. ANDREW ABBEY CHURCH, Hexham
WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL
FRANCE
ANGOULEME CATHEDRAL.
F. Dunkel, 1973.
CHATEAU VICENNES CHAPEL
Michael Utsey, 1964
DONJON DE DINAN, Cotes-du-Nord
HOUSE JACQUES COEUR, Bourges
LAON CATHEDRAL John Taylor, 1973
NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL, Paris.
NOTRE DAME DUPORT, Clermont
NOTRE DAME, Noyon
PALAIS DUCS DE BURGOGNE, Dijon
S. FRONT, Perigeaux
S. FRONT, Perigeaux
Kent Main, 1971
S. MACLOU. Rouen
S. PAUL, Issoire
Ken Barricklow, 1965S. PHILIBERT, Tournus J. Cotera, 1964.
S. TRINITE, Abbaye-aux-Dames, Caen
Michael Utsey, 1964
GERMANY
COLOGNE CATHEDRAL
__. Connally,
LEMBOURG - begun 1213.
Mark Serolo, 1970.
NOTRE DAME, Trier
Kenneth Baricklow,
S. ELIZABETH, Marburg.
Michael Penick, 1969.
REGENSBURG CATHEDRAL
SPEYR CATHEDRAL
WORMS CATHEDRAL
Edwin A. Cook, 1964
GREECE
BRODOHIOU MONASTERY, Mystra
LITTLE METROPOLE CATHEDRAL, Athens
MONASTERY OF S. JOHN, Patmos
IRELAND
CORMAC'S CHAPEL, Cashel
.R. L. Trimble, 1973
ITALY
CATHEDRAL at PISA
S. CLEMENTE, Rome
S. MICHEL DE PAVIA
George Galvan, 1973.
S. MICHEL DE PAVIA
__Robinson,
S. VITALE, Ravenna
MEXICO
TEPEACA CHURCH, Puebla, Mexico.
D. Boultinghouse, 1968
FRANCISCAN CONVENT, Tepeaca, Puebla
H. Saldana, 1964
NORWAY
STAVE CHURCH, Borgund, Norway
Morgan Price, 1971
PORTUGAL
BATALHA CATHEDRAL, Portugal
Pina Indorf, 1964
SPAIN
CATHEDRAL, Palma de Majorca
SALAMANCA CATHEDRAL
George Villalva, 1965
MILLAN CHURCH, Segovia
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA CHURCH
H. Saldana, 1964S.
THE VIENNA SECESSION
Max Fabiani, arch.
PORTOIS & FIX DEPT. STORE, Vienna III
Fellner & Helmer, archs.
GERNGROSS DEPT. STORE, Vienna VII.
David Watson, 1979
Joseph Hoffmann, arch.
STOCLET HOUSE, Brussells
Jesse Medina,
Joseph Olbrich, arch.
SECESSION BLDG., Vienna IV.
David Haitison, 1979
SECESSION BLDG., Vienna IV
___. Shepardson,
Joseph Plecnik, arch.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY GHOST,, Vienna XV
Otto Schoenthal, arch.
VILLA VOCJIK (a.k.a. Gasser), Vienna XIII.
S. Firgau, 1978
VILLA GASSER (a.k.a. Vocjik), Vienna XIII
M. Lingafelt,
Joseph Urban, arch.
HAGENBUND HDQTRS, Vienna I
Otto Wagner, arch.
VILLA WAGNER Vienna XIII 1886,
Nancy Rowe, 1976
VILLA WAGNER Vienna XIII 1911,
George A. Balle, 1976
KARLSPLATZ STATION, Vienna I
Roger Kolar, 1979
LOCK CONTROL HOUSE, Vienna I
Kent Lew, 1979



 

Series IX: Drawings, professional practice

Series Abstract
This Drawings series consists of works from Kermacy's professional practice.
BUILT:
"Old West House", commissioned and publised by Good Housekeeping Magazine, May 1949. Built by Dr. McDonald in Paris, Tx., 1951.
Robert B. Morrison Residence, 2710 Stratford Drive, Austin, Tx. 2/19/51.
Brady Residence, alteration & additions. Stratford Drive, Austin, Tx. 2/27/54.
Raymond Ramsey Residence, 4618 Lakeview Drive, Austin, Tx. 10/15/54.
R. E. Janes Residence, Austin, Tx. 7/26/58.
Byron Lockhart Apartments, Austin, Tx. 6/11/59
Dow Chapman Residence, 4 Peak Road, Austin, Tx. 2/3/64.
Conrad Fath Residence, 1005 Bluebonnet Lane, Austin, Tx. 2/1/65.
Reineke Office Bldg, 102 E. Main, Round Rock, Tx. Restoration & Preservation. 8/6/71.
Kermacy Residence, alterations & additions. 2816 Wooldridge Dr., Austin, Tx. 4/74.
Children's Home, Jr. Helping Hand. 38th & Avenue B, Austin, Tx. 2/1/77.
Studio alterations & additions, Recording for the Blind. 404 W. 30th St., Austin, Tx. 11/14/79.
PROJECTS:
Methodist Student Center. 25th & Guadalupe, Austin, Tx. 5/25/49.
J. Root Residence, Stratford Dr., Austin, Tx. 1951.
Master Plan - Hyde Park Presbyterian Church & Education Complex. 39th & Avenue, B, Austin, Tx. 8/30/52.
Herbert Bohn Apartment Project. Austin, Tx. 1958.
Master Plan - Unitarian Church & Education Complex. 4700 Grover, Austin, Tx. 1/58 - 2/59.
New Kermacy Residence for lot at 2709 Wooldridge Dr., Austin, Tx. 8/19/59.
Byron Lockhart - misc. Apartment Projects, Austin, Tx. 1956-60.
Byron Lockhart Residence, Mt. Larson, Austin, Tx. 1960.
Master Plan - Mutual Savings & Loan Offices. 10th & Congress, Austin, Tx. 6/15/64.



 

Series X: Student Reports

Series Abstract
This series consists of 115 reports arranged by class number, date of report, author, and then by title.
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1-1
Includes bibliography. Report is missing title, author, and date.
Medieval -Miscellaneous -Glass.
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1-2
Includes bibliography and illustrations. Report is missing title, author, and date.
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Sanitation.
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1-3 Project name: Bruges (Brugge) and Cologne (Koln).
bibliography, illustrations, maps, not dated, no author
Medieval -- City Origins -- Brugge, Medieval -- City Origins -- Cologne
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1-4 Project name: Eburacum - York.
chronology, maps, illustrations, not dated, no author
Medieval -- City Origins -- York
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1-5 Project name: Homology of Medieval and Nuclear War.
bibliography, illustrations, not dated, author anonymous
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles
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1-6 Project name: Lundinium - London.
chronology, maps, not dated, no author
Medieval -- City Origins -- London
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1-7 Project name: Mainz.
bibliography, maps, not dated, no author
Medieval -- City Origins -- Mainz
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1-8 Project name: Milan.
chronology, not dated, no author
Medieval -- City Origins -- Milan
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1-9 Project name: Short Summary of the History of Paris.
bibliography, maps, not dated, no author
Medieval -- City Origins -- Paris
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1-10 Project name: Summary of the History of Marseille.
bibliography, maps, not dated, no author
Medieval -- City Origins -- Marseille
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1-11 Project name: Stage Settings in English Medieval Churches.
Author: Coney, James W.
bibliography, not dated
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Drama
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1-12 Project name: Victor Horta and Art Nouveau.
Author: Dorsey, H.
bibliography, illustrations, not dated
Art Nouveau -- Horta
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1-13 Project name: The Development of Feudal Castles in Great Britain, 1100-1500.
Author: Eaton, John
bibliography, not dated
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles
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1-14 Project name: Tepeaca OFM, San Francisco.
Author: Green, George G.
bibliography, not dated
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Monastery Development
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1-15 Project name: Brief Account of Mediaeval Venice.
Author: Lester, William, et al.
bibliography, maps, illustrations, not dated
Medieval -- City Origins -- Venice
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1-16 Project name: Emergence of the Medieval City.
Author: Martinez, Jose E.
bibliography, illustrations, not dated
Medieval -- Urbanization -- Factors and Processes
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1-17 Project name: Norwegian Stave Church: Borgund, Sogn, Norway.
Author: Price, Morgan Exum
bibliography, not dated
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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1-18 Project name: Reflections of Art Nouveau in contemporary design: a sense of the organic.
Author: Suddeth, Chris.
Includes bibliography. Report is missing class number and date.
Art Nouveau -- contemporary design.
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1-19 Project name: Communication, Education and the Nature of Knowledge.
Author: Tamminga, William
bibliography, graphs, not dated
Medieval -- Urbanization -- Factors and Processes
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1-20 Project name: Development of Stained Glass Windows.
Date on drawings: 1964
Author: Luedecke, Betje Black
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Glass
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1-21 Project name: Church as a Factor in Urbanization in the Middle Ages.
Date on drawings: 1969 fall
Author: Addy, Ervin E., III
bibliography
Medieval -- Urbanization -- Factors and Processes
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1-22 Project name: Manorial Structure, Urbanization and Urban Form in Medieval Western Europe: Three Stocastic Models.
Date on drawings: 1969 summer
Author: Cotera, Juan H.
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Urbanization -- Factors and Processes
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1-23 Project name: Medieval Row Houses.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Aldriedge, Richard
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Housing
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1-24 Project name: Choir of Westminster Abbey: Henry III's Contributions, French Influence, Identity of the Master Mason.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Bland, Kathleen
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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1-25 Project name: Urban Development of Cologne.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Boerder, Carol
bibliography, maps
Medieval -- City Origins -- Cologne
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2-1 Project name: Gothic Period in English Furniture.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Denny, Herbert A., II
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Furniture
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2-2 Project name: Medieval Castles of Britain.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Norton, Jerrold Z.
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles -- Britain
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2-3 Project name: Short History of Westminster Abbey and Chronology of its Masons.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Stevenson, Joel
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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2-4 Project name: Middle Ages: Pageant Wagon.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Sheffield, Charles S.
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Drama
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2-5 Project name: Growth of Paris.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Tyler, Carylon
bibliography, illustrations, maps
Medieval -- City Origins -- Paris
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2-6 Project name: Sanitational Facilities of Medieval Architecture.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Zetterlund, Roger A.
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Sanitation
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2-7 Project name: Development of Romanesque Architecture in England.
Date on drawings: 1972 spring
Author: Burns, Patricia Elaine
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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2-8 Project name: Medieval English Manor Houses: Boothby Pagnell, Penshurst Place, Great Chalfield Hall.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Baker, Martha Lynn
bibliography
Medieval -- Manor Houses
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2-9 Project name: Women's Costume from 1200-1485.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Sale, Elizabeth L.
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Costume
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2-10 Project name: Art Nouveau Jewellery.
Date on drawings: 1978 spring
Author: Beken, Betty
bibliography, illustrations
Art Nouveau -- Jewellery
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2-11 Project name: Aubrey Beardsley: Influences on the Artist.
Date on drawings: 1978 spring
Author: Calloway, Richard
bibliography, illustrations
Art Nouveau -- Beardsley
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2-12 Project name: Charles F. Annesely Voysey.
Date on drawings: 1978 spring
Author: Lidsky, David
bibliography, illustrations
Art Nouveau -- Voysey
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2-13 Project name: Gaudi.
Date on drawings: 1978 spring
Author: Trevino, Jerry I.
bibliography, illustrations
Art Nouveau -- Gaudi
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2-14 Project name: 1978 spring
Author: Tullos, James
bibliography, illustrations, no title
Art Nouveau -- Mackintosh, Hoffmann, Horta, Galle, Gaudi
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2-15 Project name: Joze Plecnik: development in the work of Wagner's student. A Slovenian architect working in Vienna and in Prague during the first quarter of the 20th century.
Date on drawings: 1996 Spring
Author: Popova, Olga
Subject: This report was written for Prof. Wes Henderson's History of Architecture III class and not for Professor Kermacy.
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2-16 Project number: 355
Project name: Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Author: Bernard, Marsha
bibliography, not dated
Art Nouveau -- Mackintosh
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2-17 Project number: 355
Project name: Development of Maps and Measurements.
Date on drawings: 1964 spring
Author: Bryant, Vaughn M., Jr.
bibliography, maps
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Cartography, Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Science
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2-18 Project number: 355
Project name: Sezession Building: Joseph M. Olbrich, 1898, Vienna.
Date on drawings: 1977 spring
Author: Hagelman, Carl F.
bibliography, illustrations
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2-19 Project number: 355
Project name: Louis Sullivan.
Date on drawings: 1977 spring
Author: Herron, Anthony
bibliography
Art Nouveau -- Sullivan
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2-20 Project number: 355
Project name: Birth of Modern Town Planning.
Date on drawings: 1977 spring
Author: Johnson, Kent
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Urbanization -- Factors and Processes
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2-21 Project number: 355
Project name: Development and use of Iron in Architecture.
Date on drawings: 1977 spring
Author: Morris, Jeff
bibliography
Art Nouveau -- Iron in Architecture
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2-22 Project number: 355
Project name: Development of the Department Store.
Date on drawings: 1977 spring
Author: Shaw, Bob
bibliography
Art Nouveau -- Department Store
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2-23 Project number: 355
Project name: Gaudi.
Date on drawings: 1977 spring
Author: Wysocki, Michael
bibliography, chronology
Art Nouveau -- Gaudi
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2-24 Project number: 370
Project name: Early Witch Craft.
Author: Barker, Nor man
bibliography, not dated
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Witchcraft
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2-25 Project number: 370
Project name: Monastery at Cluny.
Author: Weber, Jerri
Subject: Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Monastery Development, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structuresbibliography, illustrations, not dated
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3-1 Project number: 370
Project name: Medieval Arms and Armor.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Addy, Ervin
bibliography
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles
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3-2 Project number: 370
Project name: Sixteenth - Century Mexico Churches: The Franciscan Monastery Church at Tepeaca.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Boultinghouse, D.F.
bibliography
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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3-3 Project number: 370
Project name: Survey of War-Weaponry and Militarism in the Middle Ages.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Cash, Richard
bibliography
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles
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3-4 Project number: 370
Project name: Medieval Castle.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Janousek, Larry
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles
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3-5 Project number: 370
Project name: Medieval Warfare.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Kozinsky, S.K.
bibliography
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles
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3-6 Project number: 370
Project name: San Michele de Pavia.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Robinson, Richard C.
bibliography
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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3-7 Project number: 370
Project name: Our Contemporary Relationship to Art of the Middle Ages.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Shutz, James Ingalls
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Art
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3-8 Project number: 370
Project name: Socio-Economic Growth of Medieval Towns.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Garriott, Wayne Douglas
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval - Urbanization -- Factors and Processes
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3-9 Project number: 370
Project name: Drawing and Short History of Staronova Synagogue.
Date on drawings: 1972 spring
Author: Kolar, Roger H.
bibliography
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Synagogues
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3-10 Project number: 370
Project name: Evolution of Mosaics During the Medieval Period.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Neustadt, Janet
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Mosaics
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3-11 Project number: 370
Project name: Arab World in Time and Space: A Pictorial Roundup of the City in Building.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Sawalha, Akram Alex
illustrations
Medieval -- Urbanization -- Factors and Processes
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3-12 Project number: 370
Project name: Medieval English Timber Dwellings and their Furniture.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Staskus, Judie
bibliography
Medieval -- Housing
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3-13 Project number: 370J
Project name: French Manor House.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Goetz, Susan
bibliography
Medieval -- Manor Houses
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3-14 Project number: 370K
Project name: English Residential Tradition: Third Millenium B.C. to Fifteenth Century A.D..
Author: Clark, James B.
bibliography, illustrations, not dated
Medieval -- Housing
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3-15 Project number: 370K
Project name: Chartres Cathedral.
Author: Kelly, William R., Jr.
bibliography, illustrations, not dated
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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3-16 Project number: 370K
Project name: Medieval Gardens.
Author: Loether, Barbara
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Gardens
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3-17 Project number: 370K
Project name: Laon Cathedral.
Author: Orlando, Ronnie
bibliography, not dated
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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3-18 Project number: 370K
Project name: Gothic Tapestry.
Author: Pressler, Catherine
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Tapestry
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3-19 Project number: 370K
Project name: Evolution of the Medieval Parish Church in England.
Author: Shearn, Kay
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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3-20 Project number: 370K
Project name: Proportions and Gothic Cathedrals.
Author: Tosh, Danny
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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3-21 Project number: 370K
Project name: Evolution of the English Vaulting Rib: A Structural Analysis.
Author: Zreet, Allan W.
bibliography, illustrations, not dated- just labeled "Fall"
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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3-22 Project number: 370K
Project name: Nineteenth Century Restorations of La Sainte Chapelle, Paris.
Date on drawings: 1965
Author: Williamson, Roxanne Kuter
bibliography
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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3-23 Project number: 370K
Project name: Development of the English Half-Timber House.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Blohm, Pam
bibliography
Medieval -- Housing
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3-24 Project number: 370K
Project name: Double Ended Church Form.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Breard, H.A., Jr.
bibliography
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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3-25 Project number: 370K
Project name: Huejotzingo: Fortress Church of Mexico, State of Pueblo, 1529-1570.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Brewster, Marc H.
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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4-1 Project number: 370K
Project name: Church at Huejotzingo.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Chilton, John M.
bibliography
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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4-2 Project number: 370K
Project name: Feudalism and the Individual.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Gettys, Ron
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Feudalism
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4-3 Project number: 370K
Project name: Theatre and Drama in the Middle Ages.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Huggins, Richard C.
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Drama
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4-4 Project number: 370K
Project name: Literature of the Middle Ages.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Pence, Lucy
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Literature
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4-5 Project number: 370K
Project name: Monasticism.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Powers, Patty
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Monasticism
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4-6 Project number: 370K
Project name: Sacred Geometry and the Amiens Cathedral.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Volz, John R.
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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4-7 Project number: 370K
Project name: Medieval Architectural Symbolism as Shown on Ruler Coins and Seals.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Berry, Carolyn
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Coins and Seals
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4-8 Project number: 370K
Project name: Vaulting in Medieval English Cathedrals.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Miller, William Zachary, III
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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4-9 Project number: 370K
Project name: Abbey Church of Saint - Leu - D'Esserent: Eglise Saint - Nicolas.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Morrison, Ray C.
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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4-10 Project number: 370K
Project name: Medieval Costume.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Reynolds, Alice Kaye
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Costume
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4-11 Project number: 370K
Project name: Social Implications in Medieval Literature.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Shaw, Sandy
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Literature
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Social Structure,
Notes: bibliography
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4-12 Project number: 370K
Project name: Cistercian Church of England.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Sid, Tim
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Monastery Development, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
Notes: bibliography, illustrations
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4-13 Project number: 370K
Project name: Reliefs and Sculptures of the West Facade at Chartres.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Wagner, Elaine
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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4-14 Project number: 370K
Project name: Relationship Between Social Structure and Architecture in the Late Medieval City.
Date on drawings: 1970 spring
Author: Wilton, Jennifer S.
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Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Social Structure
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4-15 Project number: 370K
Project name: Old London Bridge.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Ensle, George
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Real Estate
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4-16 Project number: 370K
Project name: Townhouse in Medieval Clties.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Fisher, Lewis
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Housing
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4-17 Project number: 370K
Project name: Medieval City Growth: Lubeck and Nordlingen.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Gates, Philip E.
Medieval -- City Origins -- Nordlingen
Medieval -- City Origins -- Lubeck,
Notes: bibliography, illustrations
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4-18 Project number: 370K
Project name: Monastic Site Planning: Planning for Social and Spiritual Needs.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Gerber, Walter - Kelly
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Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Monastery Development
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4-19 Project number: 370K
Project name: Cathedrale Saint Front, Perigueux.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Main, Kent A.
bibliography
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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4-20 Project number: 370K
Project name: Mudejar Style: A Study of its Historical Development and Principal Characteristics.
Date on drawings: 1971 spring
Author: Yturralde, David Javier
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches,
Notes: bibliography, illustrations
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4-21 Project number: 370K
Project name: Overview of Land Ownership and the Evolution of Property Interests Throughout the Middle Ages.
Date on drawings: 1972
Author: Ardoin, Marc
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Real Estate
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Social Structure, Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Feudalism
Notes: bibliography
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4-22 Project number: 370K
Project name: Construction of Gothic Cathedrals (with specific attention to Chartres).
Date on drawings: 1972 spring
Author: Broullire, John C.
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures, Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Churches
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4-23 Project number: 370K
Project name: Medieval Cartography.
Date on drawings: 1972 spring
Author: Hughes, Dennis V.
bibliography, chronology, illustrations, maps
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Cartography
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4-24 Project number: 370K
Project name: Development of the Timber Frame House in Medieval England.
Date on drawings: 1972 spring
Author: Leonard, Charles
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Medieval -- Housing
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4-25 Project number: 370K
Project name: Practice and Philosophy of Medieval Science.
Date on drawings: 1972 spring
Author: McKee, Martha Karen
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Science
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5-1 Project number: 370K
Project name: Structure and Construction of the Medieval Stone Vault.
Date on drawings: 1972 spring
Author: Newell, William
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Structures
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5-2 Project number: 370K
Project name: Siege Warfare and Weaponry: Their Uses Against and Effect Upon Military Architecture in the Middle Ages.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Campbell, Scott A.
bibliography
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles
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5-3 Project number: 370K
Project name: Evolution of Stained Glass.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Holman, Martha
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Glass
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5-4 Project number: 370K
Project name: English Manor House.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Stolbun, Sam
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Manor Houses
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5-5 Project number: 370K
Project name: Feudalism...A Legacy of the Middle Ages.
Date on drawings: 1973 spring
Author: Whitfill, Aileen
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Feudalism
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5-6 Project number: 370K
Project name: Welsh Castles of Edward I.
Date on drawings: 1979 fall
Author: Bayer, Kenneth
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles -- Wales
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5-7 Project number: 370K
Project name: Urbanization of the Netherlands: A Contextural Focus on Amsterdam.
Date on drawings: 1979 fall
Author: Gallemore, Mike
illustrations, maps
Medieval -- City Origins -- Amsterdam
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5-8 Project number: 370K
Project name: Development of Medieval Town Fortification.
Date on drawings: 1979 fall
Author: Thompson, Charles K.
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Warfare and Castles
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5-9 Project number: 374K
Project name: Louis Comfort Tiffany: America's Contribution to Art Nouveau.
Author: Barnett, Susan
bibliography, illustrations, not dated
Art Nouveau -- Tiffany
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5-10 Project number: 374K
Project name: Alphonse Mucha.
Author: Bubak, Christie
bibliography, illustrations, not dated
Art Nouveau -- Mucha
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5-11 Project number: 374K
Project name: Furniture Design and Decoration During the Art Nouveau Style.
Date on drawings: 1978 spring
Author: Nozick, Lynda
bibliography, illustrations
Art Nouveau -- Furniture
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5-12 Project number: 374K
Project name: Debussy: Musical Impressionist.
Date on drawings: 1978 spring
Author: Roth, Pete
bibliography
Art Nouveau -- Debussy
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5-13 Project number: 379
Project name: Influence and Effect of Religion of the Urbanization of the Medieval City.
Date on drawings: 1969 summer
Author: Kirtley, John H.
bibliography, chronology, graphs, demographic data
Medieval -- Urbanization -- Factors and Processes
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5-14 Project number: 380
Project name: Victor Horta and Hector Guimard.
Date on drawings: 1976 spring
Author: Freeman, William H.
bibliography, illustrations
Art Nouveau -- Horta & Guimard
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5-15 Project number: 382
Project name: Development of the Christian Monastery from its Beginnings throught the Carthusian Reform.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Vann, Robert L.
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Ecclesiastical -- Monastery Development
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5-16 Project number: 382
Project name: Geometry and Proportion: Its Archetypal and Cosmological Significance.
Date on drawings: 1974 spring
Author: Burton, Joe
bibliography, illustrations
Medieval -- Miscellaneous
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5-17 Project number: 382
Project name: Austin Office Buildings.
Date on drawings: 1978 spring
Author: Northrup, David O.
illustrations
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5-18 Project number: 470K
Project name: Development of Medieval Music.
Date on drawings: 1969 spring
Author: Hatcher, Randy
bibliography
Medieval -- Miscellaneous -- Music
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5-19 Project number: 682
Project name: Medieval Demography and Ecology.
Author: Pimental, David
bibliography, chronology, demographic data
Medieval -- Urbanization-- Factors and Processes