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Series 5.  Published Material (Boxes 90-98)
 

This series contains records of published materials concerning Edward Durell Stone, his career, and the work of his firm.  Also included are materials pertaining to speeches by Stone.   Subseries 1 and 2 contain files of articles, speeches, and books written by Stone which detail his views concerning architecture, architects, design concepts, the design process, American culture, education, the environment, urban planning, aesthetics, and criticism.

Subseries 3 contains articles published in the 1940s to the 1970s pertaining to individual projects designed by the Stone firm. Also included are clippings concerning Stone's personal and professional life, and interviews with Stone concerning his work and the business of architecture.  For additional information regarding individual projects see also Job Files (Series 2, Subseries 1); Data Forms (Series 2, Subseries 2); Publicity Department Project Files (Series 4, Subseries 5); Brochures (Series 4, Subseries 6); Photographs (Series 6); and Architectural Drawings (Series 11).


Subseries 1.  Articles and Speeches
Subseries 2.  Books Written by Edward Durell Stone
Subseries 3.  Newspaper and Magazine Articles
 



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Subseries 1.  Articles and Speeches

Included in these files are correspondence, memos, drafts, notes, published articles, editorials and criticism pertaining to articles written by Stone concerning his views on architecture, architects, aesthetics, design concepts, the design process, the environment, education, politics and selected projects between 1958 and 1963.  Folder 12 of Box 91 contains correspondence concerning possible articles by Stone. Also included are texts of speeches given by Stone, as well as correspondence, contracts, and programs pertaining to these speeches.  Files are arranged chronologically.
 

Box 90

 1. [United States Pavilion]  New York Herald Tribune - Apr 1, 1958
 2. Business, Profits and Architecture"  Think Magazine - Apr 1959
 3. "The Case of the Tailfin Age"  New York Times  -Oct 18, 1959
 4. "The Case of the Tailfin Age"  New York Times - Oct 18, 1959-Comments
 5. "The Case of the Tailfin Age"  New York Times - Oct 18, 1959-Editorials
 6. "Frank Lloyd Wright-Hero, Prophet and Adventurer" Saturday Review - Nov 7, 1959
 7. [Architecture in the 1950's] Associated Press - Dec 1959
 8. [Preparing for a Career in Architecture] Parade 1959
 9. "Favorite Cities" New York Times - Jan 1960
 10. "Frank Lloyd Wright: A Tribute to a Personal Hero" Pacific Architect & Builder - Mar 1960
 11. "Break the Rules" This Week Magazine - May 8, 1960
 12. "The Sense of Lightness" New York Times Supplement - Oct 15, 1960
 13. [The American Home] Suburbia Today 1960
 14. "It's the Law" Preface for It's the Law by Judge Bernard Towson 1960
 15. [The Case for Modern Architecture on Campus] Arkansas Alumnus 1960
 
Box 91

 1. [The American Home] Pasadena Independent Star-News - Jan 3, 1961
 2. "What a Museum Should Be" Art in America - Jan 1961
 3. [There's Really Nothing Like a Dame] New York Herald Tribune - Aug 9, 1961
 4. [Russian Architecture] New York Times 1961
 5. "The Next 25 Years" Look Magazine - Jan 16, 1962
 6. "Progress, Spare That Building" Harper's Bazaar - May 1962
 7. "House Around a Garden" Suburbia Today Special All-Outdoors Issue - Jun 1962
 8. "Kitchens: Efficiency Is Not Enough" Architectural Record Houses of 1962
 9. "The Greenfield House" Town & Country 1962
 10. "The National Cultural Center" County Government - Apr 1963
 11. [Edward Durell Stone on Commercial Architecture]
 12. Correspondence
 13. "Culture" National Art Education Association Speech - Mar 15, 1963
 14. "Environment USA" National Press Club Speech - Mar 10, 1964
 15. "The Wall"
 


Subseries 2.  Books Written by Edward Durell Stone
 
These files contain material pertaining to published books written by Edward Durell Stone, as well as drafts of books written by Stone but not published.  Files 1 to 5 deal with a manuscript entitled The American Landscape which was completed, but never published. Files 6, 7 and 8 contain material for his first book Evolution of an Architect, which was published in 1962.  Files 9 and 10 pertain to his second book Recent & Future Architecture, which was published in 1967.  Files 11 to 14 contain correspondence from publishers concerning other publications.  Included are correspondence, session notes, memos, reference files, drafts, publicity, reviews, and critiques.
 

Box 92

 1. The American Landscape-Correspondence
 2. The American Landscape-Session Notes with Mr. Amussen
 3. The American Landscape-Session Notes with Mr. Dunne
 4. The American Landscape-Session Notes with Mr. Jennings
 5. The American Landscape-Reference
 6. Evolution of an Architect-Correspondence
 7. Evolution of an Architect-Drafts
 8. Evolution of an Architect-Publicity & Reviews
 9. Recent & Future Architecture-Correspondence
 10. Recent & Future Architecture-Preliminaries
 11. Architectural Record
 12. Alfred A. Knopf
 13. Pursuit of Culture by Marie Ray
 14. Simon & Schuster
 15. McGraw-Hill


Subseries 3.  Newspaper and Magazine Articles
 
These files contain clippings and feature articles from various newspapers and magazines pertaining to the projects of the Edward Durell Stone office, as well as the personal and profession life of Stone.  Boxes 93 and 94 contain newspaper clippings provided mainly by Burrelles and Luce clipping services, as well as feature newspaper articles concerning Stone.  These articles are arranged chronologically and cover a wide variety of topics.  Boxes 95, 96 and 97 contain published material dealing with individual projects. The files are arranged alphabetically by project title. In addition, folders 18 and 19 of  Box 97 contain clippings pertaining to Edward Durell Stone and Edward Durell Stone, Jr.; while folder 20 contains articles concerning Stone's projects written by Ada Louise Huxtable.  Box 6 contains feature articles concerning Mr. Stone and his works, as well as an unpublished manuscript by Franklin Brill.
 

Box 93

 1. Clippings 1958-1969
 2. Clippings Feb 1970
 3. Clippings Jun 1970
 4. Clippings Jul 1970
 5. Clippings Aug 1970
 6. Clippings Sept 1970
 7. Clippings Oct 1970
 8. Clippings Nov 1970
 9. Clippings Dec 1970
 10. Clippings Jan 1971
 11. Clippings Feb 1971
 12. Clippings Mar 1971
 13. Clippings Apr 1971
 14. Clippings May 1971
 15. Clippings Jun 1971
 16. Clippings Jul 1971
 17. Clippings Aug 1971
 18. Clippings Sept 1971
 19. Clippings Oct 1971
 20. Clippings Nov 1971
 21. Clippings Dec 1971
 22. Clippings Jan 1972
 23. Clippings Mar 1972
 24. Clippings Apr 1972
 25. Clippings May 1972
 26. Clippings Feb 1973
 27. Clippings Mar 1973
 28.  Luce Clippings Apr 1973
 29. Burrelles Clippings Apr 1973
 30. Luce Clippings May 1973
 31. Burrelles Clippings May 1973
 32. Luce Clippings Jun 1973
 33. Burrelles Clippings Jun 1973
 34. Clippings Jul 1973

Box 94

 1. Clippings Aug 1973
 2. Clippings Sept 1973
 3. Burrelles Clippings Oct 1973
 4. Luce Clippings Oct 1973
 5. Clippings Nov-Dec 1973
 6. Undated
 7. Favre, George H.  "Simplicity, Order and Permanence" Christian Science Monitor
May 15, 1967
 8. Lewis, Bill.  "Architect Stone: English Fractures Him" Arkansas Gazette - Mar 6, 1971
 9. Lawrence, Clive.  "A 'Necessary Source' in Architecture" Christian Science Monitor
Jan 4, 1972
 10. Goldberger,  Paul. "Edward Durell Stone Finds the 'Universal' Pays"  New York Times
Sept 10, 1972
 11. Loh,  Jules. "Edward Durell Stone"  The Arkansas Gazette - Oct 28, 1973

Box 95

 1. 194x House
 2. Ahmanson Center
 3. Altschul Library
 4. Bank Americard
 5. Barkley Lake State Park Lodge
 6. Bay Roc Hotel
 7. Beckman Auditorium
 8. Betsy Head Recreational Building
 9. Blass Residence
 10. Bloomingdale's
 11. Borge Residence
 12. Busch Memorial Stadium
 13. Celanese House
 14. Cherry Point Housing Project
 15. Collier's House 1936
 16. Collier's Weekend House 1938
 17. Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula
 18. Crofton Restaurant
 19. Durisol Experimental House
 20. Eisenhower Medical Center
 21. El Panama Hotel
 22. Florida Capitol Center
 23. Garden State Arts Center
 24. General Motors
 25. Genola Apartments
 26. Georgetown University Law Center & University of Oklahoma Law Center
 27. Good Housekeeping "House for Moderns" 1946
 28. Good Housekeeping "House for the Fifties" 1950
 29. Good Housekeeping "House with a Heart" 1951
 30. Graf Residence
 31. Grant Residence
 32. Great Neck Memorial Hospital
 33. Huntington Hartford Gallery of Modern Art
 34. Ingersoll Utility Unit House
 35. INTERAMA

Box 96

 1. International College
 2. International Trade Mart
 3. Janney Residence
 4. Kennedy Center
 5. Koch Residence
 6. Kowalski Residence
 7. Ku Kui Apartments
 8. Ladies Home Journal House 1946
 9. Life Magazine House 1938
 10. Life Magazine House 1947
 11. Life Magazine House 1958
 12. Lima General Hospital
 13. Maduro Residence
 14. Makowsky Residence
 15. Marshall Residence
 16. Matheson Residence
 17. McGuire Air Force Base
 18. Mepkin Plantation
 19. Miami Beach Convention Hall
 20. Mohawk Valley Community College
 21. Museum of Modern Art
 22. National Homes
 23. National Theater Competition
 24. National Tile Council Bathroom
 25. Noll Residence
 26. Palo Alto Buildings
 27. Paterno Residence
 28. Pepsico
 29. Pint House
 30. Pittsburg War Housing
 31. Ponce Museum of Art
 32. Popper Residence
 33. Restaurant Building
 34. Rhinebeck Central School
 35. Robinson Residence
 36. School of Theology
 37. Scripps Clinic & Research Foundation
 38. Seaside Civic Center
 39. Sigma Nu Fraternity House
 40. Simon & Schuster Office
 41. Smithsonian Gallery
 42. Standard Oil
 43. Stanford Medical Center
 
Box 97

 1. Stone Townhouse
 2. Stuart Pharmaceutical Company
 3. SUNY
 4. Tulsa Civic Center
 5. United States Embassy, New Delhi
 6. United States Pavilion
 7. Unitarian Church
 8. University of Arkansas Fine Arts Center
 9. University of Arkansas Married Student Housing
 10. University of Arkansas Medical Center
 11. University of South Carolina Men's Dormitory
 12. USC
 13. Valley General Hospital
 14. Wayne County Stadium
 15. Wohl Residence
 16. Women's Home Companion House 1948
 17. Yardley of London
 18. Stone, Edward Durell
 19. Stone, Edward Durell, Jr.
 20. Ada Louise Huxtable Articles

Box 98

 1. "Co-operative Exhibits Attract Prospective Clients"  Architectural Record - Jun 1938
 2. "Edward Durell Stone" Architectural Record  Jul 1957
 3. "Two Approaches to Hospital Design"  Architectural Record Oct 1957
 4. "Educational Work of Edward D. Stone" Architectural Record Feb 1958
 5. "More Than Modern"  Time Mar 31, 1958
 6. "From Sassafras Branches"  New Yorker - Jan 3, 1959
 7. "Directions in Modern Architecture"  Gentlemen's Quarterly - Apr 1959
 8. Early, Eleanor. "Consulting Architect for National Cultural Center is Man of Monumental
    Achievement" The Diplomat - Aug 1959
 9. "An Interview with Edward Durell Stone" Mademoiselle - Aug 1961
 10. "New Work in the Office of Ed Stone"  Architectural Forum - Oct 1961
 11. "New Work, Serene and Classic by Edward Durell Stone"  Architectural Record - Oct 1962
 12. "Recent Work of Edward Durell Stone" Architectural Record - Oct 1964
 13. "Are Most Cities Too Ugly To Save?"  U.S. News & World Report - Nov 30, 1964
 14. Clark, Blake. "America's Unconventional Master Builder" Reader's Digest - Feb 1965
 15. "Man With a Billion on the Drawing Board"  Business Week - Oct 8, 1966
 16. "The Architects Come Into Their Own"  Newsweek - Mar 20, 1967
 17. "Senator J. William Fulbright Remembers Edward Durell Stone" and "Edward Durell Stone"  Dimensions 5,  no.2 (1970)
 18. "Two California Hospitals by Edward Durell Stone" Architectural Record - Sept 1972
 19. "Edward Durell Stone's Manhattan Graystone"  Architectural Digest - Jan/Feb 1974
 20. "Buildings of the Future-As a Noted Architect Sees Them"  U.S. News & World Report
Aug 15, 1977
 21. Brill, Franklin.  "The Golden Revolt of Architect Stone" 1961



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