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Edward Durell Stone Papers (MS St71/236 Stone)

CONTENTS OF THE FIRST ACCESSION
 
This is the first accession of the Stone Papers, given by Edward Durell Stone to the University Libraries in 1975; consequently, only a paper finding aid exists to this part of the collection. This online description, an abridgement of the paper finding aid, includes a list of the nine series in which the first accession is arranged. An on-line finding aid exists for the second accession of the Stone Papers, MC 340, completed in 1998. The Project Index  provides access to project-related materials in either the first or second accession or both. For further assistance with the Stone Papers, consult the Special Collections staff.

50 feet. MS, TS, TS copy, ProcMS, ProcTS, PR, Drawings, Photo.

 Correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, reports, lists, photographs, speeches, clippings, plans, blueprints, drawings, specifications, pamphlets, scrapbook, business and legal records and other materials created or received by Edward Durell Stone and pertaining primarily to his professional life and work, principally in the period 1940-1963. Arranged in 9 series and 21 subseries.


CONTENTS OF THE FIRST ACCESSION  (Abridged from the paper finding aid)

Series 1. General. 13 boxes. Biographical, personal and professional; publication; exhibitions presentations and competitions; publicity; administrative and office management.

Series 2. Projects, U. S. Government Facilities. 11 boxes. U. S. Embassy, New Delhi; U. S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair; other U. S. Government facilities.

Series 3. Projects, Colleges and Universities.  17 boxes. University of Arkansas; University of Chicago; Vanderbilt; other colleges and universities.

Series 4. Projects, State and Local Government and Public Facilities. 3 boxes. Proposals;  EDS designs; photographs.

Series 5. Projects, Non-Public Facilities.  15 boxes. Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut; theaters, churches; industrial and commercial; private dwellings, including apartments.

Series 6. Correspondence, including project-related. 27 boxes. Albert Monroe Greenfield; Bruno K. Graf residence; other correspondents; general business, professional,  business, and personal correspondence; undesignated and miscellaneous correspondence.

Series 7.  Projects, prospective. 2 boxes.

Series 8. Model and Standard houses. 1 box.

Series 9. Miscellaneous. 4 boxes.


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