Edward Durell Stone Papers

MS St71 236

Special Collections
University of Arkansas Libraries

365 N. McIlroy Avenue
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701-4002
Phone: 479-575-8444
Email: specoll@uark.edu

Machine-readable finding aid encoded in EAD by Catherine Wallack, 2020.

Finding aid is written in English.

Table of Contents

Descriptive Summary

Creator
Stone, Edward Durell
Title
Edward Durell Stone Papers
Inclusive Dates
1940-1963
Identification
MS St71 236
Extent
50 linear feet (85 Boxes)
Language
Materials are in English.
Repository
Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries

Access Information

Please call (479) 575-8444 or email specoll@uark.edu at least two weeks in advance of your arrival to ensure availability of the materials.

Use Information

Reproductions of construction drawings, blueprints and related contractual documents may be limited. Personal financial and medical documents, academic records, and personnel documents are restricted. No Interlibrary Loan. Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).

Acquisition Information

This, the first accession, of the Edward Durell Stone Papers was donated by Edward Durell Stone in November, 1975.

Processing Information

Processed by Betty Austin in 1998.

Preferred Form of Citation

Edward Durell Stone Papers MS St71 236, Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville.

No Interlibrary Loan. Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).

Biographical Note

Edward Durell Stone (1902-1978) was born in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He attended the University of Arkansas from 1920 to 1923, then moved to Boston to take courses at the Boston Architectural Club, Harvard University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1927, he was awarded the Rotch Scholarship, which enabled him to travel and study architecture in Europe from 1927 to 1929. On his return from Europe in 1929, Stone worked with several architectural firms in New York before establishing his own firm, Edward Durell Stone & Associates in 1936. This firm later expanded to include Edward Durell Stone, Inc., Hicks Drafting Corporation, and Torch Realty. Stone continued to practice architecture and take an active role in the firm's practice until 1974, when his health declined.

Scope and Content Note

Edward Durell Stone was a major figure in American Architecture in the 20th Century. He designed projects that received international acclaim including the American Embassy in New Delhi and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. Stone presented a large body of his papers MS St71/236 Stone , the First Accession of the Edward Durell Stone Papers, to the University of Arkansas Libraries in 1975, three years before his death. His widow donated the remainder after his death. The two accessions comprise professional and personal correspondence, memoranda, plans, drawings, models, blueprints, field diaries, construction logs, specifications, contracts, speeches, photographic prints and slides, financial and legal records, and other original unpublished materials documenting Stone's life and career. An estimated twenty-two thousand drawings range from hastily-drawn conceptual sketches on note paper to finished presentation renderings. Approximately four hundred projects are documented in the collection.

Stone regularly corresponded with many cultural figures of his time. The collection includes correspondence with architects Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, the Saarinens, Buckminster Fuller, Philip Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright, and others; the artists Alexander Calder and Isamu Noguchi; interior designer Donald Deskey; Henry R. Luce and Clare Boothe Luce, William Paley, Salvador Dali, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Nelson Rockefeller, and other notables. The collection also includes photographs by some of the 20th century's finest architectural photographers including Ezra Stoller, Julian Shulman.

The Stone firm maintained extensive files of the publicity generated by their projects, daily itineraries, manuscript drafts of Stone's writings, and transactions with publishers. The financial records detail the workings of a major architectural firm of the twentieth century. They cover the period from 1945, when Stone resumed his practice after World War II, until 1974, when he retired from active participation in the management of the firm.

Arrangement of the Papers

Materials are arranged in nine series by type

  1. Series 1: General
  2. Series 2: U.S. Government Facilities
  3. Series 3: Colleges and Universities
  4. Series 4: Projects, State and Local Governments and Public Facilities
  5. Series 5: Projects, Non-Public Facilities
  6. Series 6: Correspondence, including project related
  7. Series 7: Projects, prospective
  8. Series 8: Model and Standard Houses
  9. Series 9: Miscelleaneous

Detailed Description of the Collection

The following contains a detailed list of the materials in the collection

series 1: General,

1940 -1968 and Undated

Contains materials of a general nature, including personal, professional, and biographical materials related to Stone and his architectural work; a few folders of correspondence pertaining to certain publications, including requests for articles from Stone, as well as requests for architectural models, plans, photographs of works, etc., for various purposes; several Folders of correspondence and clippings concerning exhibits, competitions, and presentations in which Stone was a participant or a judge; a considerable amount of correspondence, photographs, magazine and newspaper clippings related to publicity of his designs; and a number of folders pertaining to office adrninistration and management, including largely invoices, insurance records, tax records, bank statements, personnel records, resumes, and applications. See individual Subseries Descriptions for detailed summaries.

subseries Biographical, personal, professional: 1,

1942 - 1962, undated

This sub-series consists of 31 Folders of biographical, personal, and professional materials, including Stone's vita, biographical sketches and information, description, together with photographs, of Stone's principal works, and lists of major designs and awards, correspondence concerning architecturalural registration in various states, requests for information pertaining to Stone-designed houses or plans, time as visiting lecturer at Princeton, teaching invitations, and speaking tours; also, correspondence to and from Who's Who; speeches, including the keynote address to the 7th Central States Conference, American Institute of Architects, Kansas City, Mo., October, 1952; the speech at the National Cultural Center dinner, Washington, D.C., May, 1960; and the address delivered to the National Art Education Association Conference, Kansas City, Mo., March, 1963; typewritten material by EDS about his concept of various buildings that he designed; personal correspondence related to, among other things, enrollment of Stone's sons in The Hill School, Pottstown, Pa., and reflections on his childhood in Fayetteville; printed materials, including pamphlets and other items, from the Boston Architectural Center, The American Federation of Arts, Progressive Architecture, and Architectural Forum material, reprinted from Architectural Forum, related to Stone's architectural work; a few membership certificates, honor awards, and invitations, suitable for framing; military service records; and photographs. File 16 includes correspondence regarding Stone's Rotch Traveling Scholarship of 1927.

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 1

Note: This folder was deleted

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 2

Edward Durell Stone & Associates., Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 3

Edward Durell Stone & Associates., Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 4

Edward Durell Stone & Associates., Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 5

Letters of Recomendation, 1954., 1954

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 6

Biographical Sketch for U.S. Navy, 1961-1962

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 7

Original Releases., Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 8

Professional Record., Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 9

Personal Correspondence, 1962-1963

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 10

Personal Correspondence, 1953

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 11

Personal Correspondence, 1953-1954

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 12

Graphic Letter Service, 1961

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 13

Who's Who, 1960-1962

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 14

Biography Sources., Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 15

Biographical Information., Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 16

Biographical and Professional Data., Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 17

Military Service Record, , 1942-1945.

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 18

E.D.Stone Photographs, Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 19

E,D,Stone Photographs, Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 20

Architectural Registration in Various States --, 1947-1949

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 21

Concept of Various Designs, Undated

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 22

Speeches, 1948, 1951-53, 1960, 1963.

series I: 1 Box 1 Folder 23

Princeton University, 1953-1954

subseries 2: Publications,

1953-1954, 1961, undated

This Subseries contains three folders of correspondence and materials concerning article from specific publications, including a request from Suburbia Today for an Stone. Other materials include requests for Stone's architectural models, plans, photographs of works, etc., to be used in lectures and publications; two articles pertaining to architecture, one related to a design; and a list of slides used for presentations.

series I: 2 Box 2 Folder 1

Suburbia Today, 1961

series I: 2 Box 2 Folder 2

Requests for Publication, 1953-1954

series I: 2 Box 2 Folder 3

Slides, File Set, Undated

subseries 3: Exhibitions, presentations, competitions.,

1941 - 1961, undated

This subseries contains seven folders of correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings concerning exhibits, presentations, and competitions. Correspondence concerns the use of photographs, plans,slides, and models in exhibits and presentations; Correspondence pertains to, and participation in same; and Stone's participation as judge for various architectural awards, as well as invitations to speak at conventions,Board of Trade, The Architectural League of New York, The American Institute of Architects, The Museum of Modern Art, Architectural Forum, Progressive Architecture, Interiors, Fortune, and House & Garden. Other subjects include: The American Institute of Architects 1962 Honor Awards, and the United States Exhibit, VIII Pan American Congress of Architects, Mexico City, October, 1952. Folder l contains photographs labeled "Yale Exhibit, 1941" and a group of photographs of Stone, along with other noted architects, judging entries in a contest sponsored by Owens-Illinois Glass Co. for the purpose of finding new uses for glass blocks.

series I: 3 Box 3 Folder 1

Exhibits and Competitions, Photographs, 1941, undated

series I: 3 Box 3 Folder 2

Exhibits and Publicity, 1946 - 1949

series I: 3 Box 3 Folder 3

The Museum of Modern Art, 1961

series I: 3 Box 3 Folder 4

Exhibitions and Competitions, 1961 - 1962

series I: 3 Box 3 Folder 5

Publicity, Exhibits , 1957 - 1958

series I: 3 Box 3 Folder 6

Judge, Architectural Awards, 1952 - 1953

series I: 3 Box 3 Folder 7

Exhibits, 1949 - 1954

subseries 4: Publicity, including photographs and clippings,

1940 - 1968, undated

This subseries contains seven folders of correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings concerning exhibits, presentations, and competitions. Correspondence concerns the use of photographs, plans, slides, and models in exhibits and presentations; correspondence pertains to, and participation in same; and Stone's participation as judge for various architectural awards, as well as invitations to speak at conventions, Board of Trade, The Architectural League of New York, The American Institute of Architects, The Museum of Modern Art, Architectural Forum, Progressive Architecture, Interiors, Fortune, and House & Garden. Other subjects include: The American Institute of Architects 1962 Honor Awards, and the United States Exhibit, TheVIII Pan American Congress of Architects, Mexico City, October, 1952. Folder l contains photographs labeled "Yale Exhibit 1941" and a group of photographs of Stone, along with other noted architects, judging entries in a contest sponsored by Owens-Illinois Glass Co. for the purpose of finding new uses for glass blocks.

series I: 4 Box 4 Folder 1

Designs Miscellaneous Articles, 1957 - 1967

series I: 4 Box 4 Folder 2

Designs Miscellaneous Articles , 1952 - 1964

series I: 4 Box 4 Folder 3

Designs Miscellaneous Articles , 1951 - 1961

series I: 4 Box 4 Folder 4

Houses, Articles, 1940- 1967, undated

series I: 4 Box 4 Folder 5

Architecture Articles, 1957- 1958, 1963, undated

series I: 4 Box 4 Folder 6

Architecture, Articles and Clippings, , 1958 - 1962, undated

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 7

Publicity, 1949 - 1950

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 8

Publicity, 1959

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 9

Publicity, 1959 - 1960

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 10

Publicity, 1960

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 11

Publicity, 1960 - 1961

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 12

Publicity, 1962

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 13

Publicity, 1962

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 14

Publicity, 1960 - 1962

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 15

Publicity, 1962

series I: 4 Box 5 Folder 16

Publicity, 1962

series I: 4 Box 6 Folder 17

Publicity, 1962 - 1963

series I: 4 Box 6 Folder 18

Publicity, 1963

series I: 4 Box 6 Folder 19

Publicity, 1962 - 1963

series I: 4 Box 6 Folder 20

Publicity, 1962 - 1963

series I: 4 Box 6 Folder 21

Publicity, 1963

series I: 4 Box 6 Folder 22

Publicity, 1963

series I: 4 Box 6 Folder 23

Publicity, 1963

series I: 4 Box 6 Folder 24

Publicity, 1963

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 25

Publicity, 1963

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 26

Publicity, 1963

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 27

Publicity, 1963

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 28

Publicity, 1963

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 29

Publicity, Contract Magazine , 1961- 1962

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 30

Publicity, California Office , 1961- 1962.

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 31

Publicity, Future Publication, 1961- 1962

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 32

Publicity, Pending and Follow-up, 1961

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 33

Pending Publicity, 1960 - 61

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 34

National Cultural Center Model Photographs , 1962

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 35

National Cultural Center Model Photographs, 1962

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 36

National Cultural Center Clippings and Press Release , 1959, 1962

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 37

Unitarian Church, Schenectady, N.Y., Clippings , 1961

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 38

Articles, Skyscraper, Show and Esquire, 1962

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 39

Public Relations, General , 1962

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 40

Photostats, Undated

series I: 4 Box 7 Folder 41

Rosenberg House, Undated

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 42

General Materials, 1959, undated

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 43

New Orleans International Trade Mart, Undated

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 44

EDS Architecture-- Clippings , 1957 - 1958

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 45

EDS Architecture -- Clippings, 1958

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 46

Beckman Auditorium photograph, California Institute of Technology , Pasadena, CA, Undated

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 47

Architecture Clippings, 1958

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 48

Architecture Clippings, 1958-59

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 49

Architecture Clipping, 1959

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 50

Clippings, 1962, 1966, 1968

series I: 4 Box 8 Folder 51

Dedication of the Chancery of the United States, New Delhi, Scrapbook, January, 1959, Oversized

subseries 5: Administrative and office management,

1954 - 1961, undated

This Subseries contains 47 Folders of material pertaining to office administration and management. Materials include largely miscellaneous invoices, as well as invoices related to specific projects; insurance records, including correspondence with insurance company; tax records, including Employee's Withholding Exemption Certificates; and bank statements; also, a number of Folders concerning personnel matters, principally resumes applications and requests for employment with Stone's firm; requests for contributions from charitable organizations; pamphlets from engineers; pamphlet and correspondence from Luce Press Clipping Bureau; requests for renewal of subscriptions; captions to be used with particular photographs of Stone's work; copies of old contracts; correspondence with Stone's New York office; and other miscellaneous office records.

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 1

Consulting Engineers, Undated

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 2

Contributions, 1949

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 3

Invoices, 1947 -1948

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 4

Invoices, Fulbright Industries, , 1950-1951

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 5

Paid Invoices , 1951

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 6

Paid Invoices , 1952

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 7

Invoices , 1951-54

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 8

Invoices , 1954

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 9

Hurley Clinic, Munsey, Incl., Invoices, 1954

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 10

Fred W. Jones Invoice, 1954-1955

series I: 5 Box 9 Folder 11

Barrett F. Welch Invoices, 1954-1955

series I: 5 Box 10 Folder 12

Invoices and Bills, 1955-56

series I: 5 Box 10 Folder 13

Time Sheets, 1956 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 10 Folder 14

Inter-Office Memorandums, 1961

series I: 5 Box 10 Folder 15

Long Distance Call, 1962-63

series I: 5 Box 10 Folder 16

Personnel, 1948-50 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 10 Folder 17

Personnel, 1948-50 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 10 Folder 18

Personnel, 1945-47, 1949 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 19

Applications, Architects, 1957-58 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 20

Applications, Architects, , 1958, undated Restricted

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 21

Office Procedures, 1947-49

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 22

Photos and Slides, Loaned-ou, 1961

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 23

Books and Portfolios,Loaned-out, 1961, undated

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 24

Old Notes, 1961-62, undated

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 25

Clipping Service, 1962

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 26

Color Corporation of America Invoices, 1961-62

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 27

Project Information Forms, Undated

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 28

Subscriptions., Undated

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 29

Captions, Undated

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 30

Office Accounts, Fayetteville, Ark., 1956-1958

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 31

Lawrence Brian, Civil Engineer, Fee Schedule, 1957-1958

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 32

Old Contracts, 1945, 1947-1950, 1954.

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 33

Correspondence, New York Office, 1955

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 34

Commercial Museum Expenses, Philadelphia, Pa.,, 1954-1955

series I: 5 Box 11 Folder 35

Norman Badenhop House, Middletown Township, N.J., Invoices, 1953-1955

series I: 5 Box 12 Folder 36

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Invoices, 1952- 1955

series I: 5 Box 12 Folder 37

Walter H. Johnson House, Darien, Conn., Invoices, 1954- 1955

series I: 5 Box 12 Folder 38

A. N. Otis House, New York City, Invoices, 1954

series I: 5 Box 12 Folder 39

Harold Rosenberg House, Englewood, N.J., Invoices, 1954-1955

series I: 5 Box 12 Folder 40

Insurance Records, 1946-1949 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 12 Folder 41

Tax Records , 1947-1949 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 12 Folder 42

Bank Statements , 1948-1949 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 12 Folder 43

Bank Statements , 1949-1949 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 12 Folder 44

Bank of America, Palo Alto, Calif., 1950-1949 Restricted

series I: 5 Box 13 Folder 45

Correspondence, Invoices , 1962

series I: 5 Box 13 Folder 46

City of New York, Department of Parks Contract Documents, Undated

series 2: Projects, U.S. Government Facilities,

1954-1961

This series contains 53 folders of correspondence, outline specifications, blueprints, floor plans, diagrams, magazine clippings, photographs, and contract materials concerning either actual or proposed U.S. Government facilities, including the design and construction of the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, India, the U.S, Pavilion at the Brussels World's Fair, and various proposed government projects. For detailed summaries, see individual subseries descriptions.

subseries 1: U.S. Embassy, New Delhi,

1954-1961, undated

This subseries contains 22 folders of material concerning the design and construction of the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, India. Correspondence concerns matters pertaining to the Foreign Buildings Operations project in New Delhi, including memorandum and related material regarding the contract between the U.S. Government and EDS, together with a copy of the contract and subsequent amendment. Much of the correspondence is with the State Department. Other materials include outline specifications for the chancery building dwelling units and servants quarters dwelling units; blueprints; magazine clippings; and photographs. Also, several Folders pertain to the ambassadors residence project, including cost reports and correspondence concerning consultants services, as well as other correspondence, some with the State Department, regarding same.

series II: 1 Box 13 Folder 1

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Magazine clippings, 1959, undated

series II: 1 Box 13 Folder 2

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Qualitative Survey, Undated

series II: 1 Box 13 Folder 3

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1954-1955

series II: 1 Box 13 Folder 4

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1955-1955

series II: 1 Box 13 Folder 5

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1955

series II: 1 Box 14 Folder 6

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1955-1956

series II: 1 Box 14 Folder 7

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1956

series II: 1 Box 14 Folder 8

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1956

series II: 1 Box 14 Folder 9

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1956

series II: 1 Box 15 Folder 10

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1955-58

series II: 1 Box 15 Folder 11

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1956 - 1957

series II: 1 Box 15 Folder 12

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1957

series II: 1 Box 15 Folder 13

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1957

series II: 1 Box 16 Folder 14

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1957 - 1958

series II: 1 Box 16 Folder 15

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1958

series II: 1 Box 16 Folder 16

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, 1958-1959

series II: 1 Box 16 Folder 17

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Correspondence, Undated

series II: 1 Box 16 Folder 18

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Ambassador's Residence, Undated

series II: 1 Box 16 Folder 19

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Ambassador's Residence, Undated

series II: 1 Box 17 Folder 20

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Ambassador's Residence, Undated

series II: 1 Box 17 Folder 21

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Ambassador's Residence, Undated

series II: 1 Box 17 Folder 22

U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, Photographs, Undated

subseries U.S. Embassy, New Delhi: 2,

This subseries contains 26 folders of correspondence and other materials concerning the design and construction of the U.S. Pavilion at the Brussels World's Fair. Materials in clude a memorandum on the design of the Pavilion, a report on the activities of The American Institute of Architects Advisory Committee on the Brussels International Exposition Building; budget estimates; short progress reports; outline. specifications; floor plans; photographs; contract materials, including correspondence related to consultants' fees, as well as other contracts; and folio-size pamphlets on the preparation of the site for the Worlds Fair 1964- 1965, published by the City of New York; also, magazine articles, including a March, 1958, issue of Time Magazine featuring Stone on the cover and an article on the U.S. Pavilion, Brussels.

series II: 2 Box 17 Folder 1

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Photographs, Undated

series II: 2 Box 17 Folder 2

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Pamphlets, 1957 - 1958

series II: 2 Box 17 Folder 3

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Consultants Contracts, 1957

series II: 2 Box 17 Folder 4

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1958

series II: 2 Box 17 Folder 5

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Magazine Clippings, 1958

series II: 2 Box 18 Folder 6

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Specifications, Undated

series II: 2 Box 18 Folder 7

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1955 -1956

series II: 2 Box 18 Folder 8

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1956- 1957

series II: 2 Box 18 Folder 9

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Contract Materials, Undated

series II: 2 Box 18 Folder 10

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1956- 1957

series II: 2 Box 19 Folder 11

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1956- 1957

series II: 2 Box 19 Folder 12

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1957

series II: 2 Box 19 Folder 13

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1957

series II: 2 Box 19 Folder 14

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1957

series II: 2 Box 20 Folder 15

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1957

series II: 2 Box 20 Folder 16

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1957

series II: 2 Box 20 Folder 17

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1957

series II: 2 Box 20 Folder 18

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1957

series II: 2 Box 21 Folder 19

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1957

series II: 2 Box 21 Folder 20

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, March 1958

series II: 2 Box 21 Folder 21

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, April 1958

series II: 2 Box 21 Folder 22

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, May 1958

series II: 2 Box 21 Folder 23

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, June 1958

series II: 2 Box 21 Folder 24

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, July 1958

series II: 2 Box 21 Folder 25

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, August 1958

series II: 2 Box 21 Folder 26

U.S. Pavilion, Brussels World's Fair Correspondence, 1958 -1959

subseries 3: Other U.S. Government Facilities,

1954- 1956, undated

This subseries contains five folders of material concerning various proposed government projects. Items include model photographs of the proposed Annapolis campus; plans and diagrams of the proposed Capitol Hill project, correspondence with various architectural and engineering firms, joined together in partnership, attempting to secure the contract for the design and construction of the U.S. Air Force Academy, including, together with other material, proposed organizational and functional charts for architectural and engineering services for the proposed academy, as well as material concerning the size and scope of operation of Stone's firm in 1954; correspondence related to the design and construction of the chancery building for the U.S. Embassy in London, including State Department letters inviting Stone to enter competition for the contract, together with photographs of the proposed location.

series II: 3 Box 21 Folder 1

U.S. Navy Model Photographs of Proposed Annapolis Campus, Undated Oversized

series II: 3 Box 21 Folder 2

Proposed Capitol Hill Project Plans and Diagrams, Undated Oversized

series II: 3 Box 21 Folder 3

Air Force Academy Project, Joint Venture, 1954

series II: 3 Box 21 Folder 4

Air Force Academy Project, Joint Venture , 1954

series II: 3 Box 21 Folder 5

London Embassy Correspondence and Photographs , 1955 - 1956

series 3: Projects, Colleges and University Facilities,

1947 - 1962, undated

This series contains 120 Folders of correspondence, specifications, outline specifications, blueprints, plans, reports, photographs, contract materials and construction data pertaining to the design and construction of college and university facilities at the University of Arkansas, University of Chicago, Vanderbilt University, and other campuses, including Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, Calif., and Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, Utica, N.Y. Significant correspondents are noted.

subseries 1: University of Arkansas,

1947 - 1960, undated

This subseries contains 39 folders of correspondence, specifications, blueprints, and related materials concerning various projects at the University of Arkansas. Materials include specifications and correspondence related to the design and construction of the Fine Arts Building consisting of a classroom unit, a concert hall, gallery, and theatre; correspondence pertaining to the construction of the University of Arkansas Medical Center, Little Rock, and related correspondence by Erhart, Eichenbaum and Rauch, Architects, and EDS outlining a proposal to the University Board of Trustees for architectural services in connection with the proposed project, as well as other correspondence between the architects regarding the agreement; specifications and correspondence concerning the design and construction of Sigma Nu, including revised specifications for alterations and additions to same; correspondence, blueprints, outline specifications, and related material concerning the construction of Carlson Terrace on the University of Arkansas campus together with general information regarding federal assistance in construction of college housing, various contract forms, contract and project change memorandums, Housing and Home Finance Agency instructions for preparation, assembly, and submission of plans, specifications, and contract documents for college housing plan, material regarding wage rates, Housing and Home Finance Agency periodic estimates for partial payment, copies of architectural contracts with Stone, and other contract material. Also, correspondence with mechanical and structural engineers, distributors and possible contractors concerning various materials and equipment; correspondence and materials relating to the proposed design, bidding, and construction of Alpha Gamma Rho, including floor plan and topographic survey, as well as some materials concerning alterations and additions to the Sigma Nu house. Correspondents include: John Tyler Caldwell, Thorgny Cedric Carlson, Harry David Durst, Jr., Howard Eichenbaum, Lippert Spring Ellis, D. Whitney Halladay, Lewis Webster Jones, Robert Monroe Jones, Robert Allen Leflar, James Edward Pomfret, and John Gilbert Williams. Other correspondents include construction contractors, construction coordinators, architectural supervisors, architectural and engineering firms, and the Housing and Home Finance Agency.

series III: 1 Box 22 Folder 1

Arkansas Projects, Receipts, 1949

series III: 1 Box 22 Folder 2

Fine Arts Building, Specifications, 1949

series III: 1 Box 22 Folder 3

Fine Arts Building, Specifications, 1949

series III: 1 Box 22 Folder 4

Fine Arts Building Correspondence, 1948 - 1949

series III: 1 Box 22 Folder 5

Fine Arts Building Correspondence, 1949

series III: 1 Box 22 Folder 6

Fine Arts Building Correspondence, 1949

series III: 1 Box 23 Folder 7

Fine Arts Building Correspondence, 1949, 1951 -1954

series III: 1 Box 23 Folder 8

University of Arkansas Medical Center, Correspondence, 1949

series III: 1 Box 23 Folder 9

University of Arkansas Medical Center, Correspondence, 1949 - 1954

series III: 1 Box 23 Folder 10

University of Arkansas Medical Center, Correspondence, 1953 - 1955

series III: 1 Box 23 Folder 11

University of Arkansas Projects, Correspondence, 1948 - 1949, 1953 - 1954

series III: 1 Box 23 Folder 12

University of Arkansas Projects, Correspondence, 1955 - 1957

series III: 1 Box 23 Folder 13

University of Arkansas Projects, Correspondence, 1956- 1959

series III: 1 Box 23 Folder 14

University of Arkansas Projects, Cost Analysis, 1959

series III: 1 Box 23 Folder 15

Sigma Nu, Correspondence, 1949

series III: 1 Box 24 Folder 16

SigmaNu, Revised Specifications, Undated

series III: 1 Box 24 Folder 17

Alpha Gamma Rho, Correspondence, 1957- 1960

series III: 1 Box 24 Folder 18

Alpha Gamma Rho, Correspondence and Floor Plan, 1958 - 1959

series III: 1 Box 24 Folder 19

Alpha Gamma Rho, Correspondence, 1958 - 1959

series III: 1 Box 24 Folder 20

Alpha Gamma Rho, Correspondence, 1958 - 1959

series III: 1 Box 24 Folder 21

Alpha Gamma Rho, Correspondence, 1959

series III: 1 Box 24 Folder 22

Sweetser Construction Company, Correspondence, 1957-1959

series III: 1 Box 24 Folder 23

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1955 - 1959

series III: 1 Box 25 Folder 24

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1955- 1960

series III: 1 Box 25 Folder 25

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1956 - 1959

series III: 1 Box 25 Folder 26

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1957 - 1960

series III: 1 Box 25 Folder 27

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1957 - 1958

series III: 1 Box 25 Folder 28

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1959- -1960

series III: 1 Box 25 Folder 29

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1957 - 1958, 1960

series III: 1 Box 25 Folder 30

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1957- 1959

series III: 1 Box 26 Folder 31

Married Student Housing, Correspondence and Blueprints, 1957- 1959

series III: 1 Box 26 Folder 32

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1958-1960

series III: 1 Box 26 Folder 33

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1958- 1959

series III: 1 Box 26 Folder 34

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1959

series III: 1 Box 26 Folder 35

Married Student Housing, Change orders, 1958 - 1960

series III: 1 Box 26 Folder 36

Married Student Housing, Fees, 1959 - 1960

series III: 1 Box 26 Folder 37

Married Student Housing, Correspondence, 1959 - 1960

series III: 1 Box 26 Folder 38

Married Student Housing, Payment estimates, 1959 - 1960

series III: 1 Box 26 Folder 39

University of Arkansas Projects, Undated

subseries 2: University of Chicago,

1959 - 1962, undated

This subseries contains 31 folders of correspondence and materials concerning the design and construction of the University of Chicago Center for Continuing Education. Materials include specification data, blueprints, construction contract bids and other contract data, shop drawing records, requisitions and certificates for payment of construction contractor, construction bulletins regarding changes, revisions, additions, and instructions; correspondence, invoices, and cost data relating to the construction of the Center; correspondence concerning proposed construction changes, soil reports and related material; and other correspondence pertaining to specific aspects of the construction program.

series III: 2 Box 26 Folder 1

University of Chicago, Specifications Data, 1960, Undated

series III: 2 Box 26 Folder 2

University of Chicago, Specifications Data, 1960

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 3

Universtiy of Chicago, Blueprints, Undated

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 4

University of Chicago, Original Contract Bids, 1960 - 1961

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 5

University of Chicago, Structural Engineering Data, 1959 - 1960

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 6

University of Chicago, Shop Drawing Records, Undated

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 7

University of Chicago, Calculations and Plot Data, Undated

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 8

University of Chicago, Costs, Contract Data, 1960, Undated

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 9

University of Chicago, Building Code, 1960 -1961

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 10

University of Chicago, Contruction Contract, 1961

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 11

University of Chicago, Approved Subcontracts, 1961 - 1963

series III: 2 Box 27 Folder 12

University of Chicago, Payment Requests, 1961- 1963

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 13

University of Chicago, Carpentry and Millwork, 1961 -19562

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 14

University of Chicago, Acoustical Treatment, 1961

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 15

University of Chicago, Luminous Ceiling, 1961 - 1962

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 16

University of Chicago, Air Conditioning, 1962 - 1962

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 17

University of Chicago, Caulking, 1962

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 18

University of Chicago, Photograph, Undated

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 19

University of Chicago, Second Revised Bids, 1961

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 20

University of Chicago, General Correspondence, 1960 - 1962

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 21

University of Chicago, General Correspondence, 1962

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 22

University of Chicago, Correspondence, 1961 -1962

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 23

University of Chicago, Correspondence, 1962

series III: 2 Box 28 Folder 24

University of Chicago, Correspondence, 1962

series III: 2 Box 29 Folder 25

University of Chicago, Correspondence, 1961- 1963

series III: 2 Box 29 Folder 26

University of Chicago, Change Proposals Dissapproved, 1961 - 1962

series III: 2 Box 29 Folder 27

University of Chicago, Change Proposals Approved, 1961

series III: 2 Box 29 Folder 28

University of Chicago, Change Proposals Approved, 1961 - 1962

series III: 2 Box 29 Folder 29

University of Chicago, Change Proposals Approved, 1962

series III: 2 Box 30 Folder 30

University of Chicago, Change Proposals Approved, 1962

series III: 2 Box 30 Folder 31

University of Chicago, Change Proposals Approved, 1962

subseries 3: Vanderbilt University,

1946 - 1958

This subseries contains 36 folders of correspondence, reports, outline specifications, plans, and related material pertaining to building projects at Vanderbilt University. Correspondence concerns general proposals for construction on the campus, including related notes and materials; design and construction o specific projects, including engineering building, doctors office building, gymnasium, dining hall, and men's dormitories; and other miscellaneous correspondence also, reports regarding proposed building improvements at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Significant correspondents include Harvie Branscomb, C. Madison Sarratt, and Harold S. Vanderbilt, as well as other university officials and cooperating architects.

series III: 3 Box 30 Folder 1

Master Plan, 1947

series III: 3 Box 30 Folder 2

Master Plan, 1947, 1950 - 1951, 1954, Undated

series III: 3 Box 30 Folder 3

Hart, Freedman and Roberts, Architect, Correspondence, 1947 - 1949

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 4

Harvie Branscomb, Chancellor, Correspondence, 1947 - 1953

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 5

Harvie Branscomb, Chancellor, Correspondence, 1955 - 1956

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 6

Vanderbilt Projects , Correspondence, 1950 - 1954

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 7

C. Madison Sarratt, Vice Chancellor, Correspondence, 1949 - 1952

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 8

Erb Roberts, Landscaping Correspondence, 1950

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 9

Robert Sturvevant, Landscaping Correspondence, 1948

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 10

Gerals D. Henderson, Business Manager, Correspondence, 1950 - 1951, 1953

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 11

A.B. Benedict, Treasurer, Correspondence, 1949 - 1953

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 12

E.E. Bryan, Department of Buildings, Correspondence, 1947 - 1953

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 13

Marr and Holman, Architects, Correspondence, 1950-1953, 1950 - 1953

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 14

School of Medicine, Proposed Improvements, 1951

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 15

Neely Auditorium, Correspondence, 1948 - 1951

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 16

Edward Keeble, Correspondence, 1948 - 1949

series III: 3 Box 31 Folder 17

Dining Hall, Outline Specifications, Undated

series III: 3 Box 32 Folder 18

Dining Hall , Correspondence, 1949 - 1950

series III: 3 Box 32 Folder 19

Francis B. Warfield . Dining Hall Project, 1948 - 1953

series III: 3 Box 32 Folder 20

Dining Hall, Color Schedule and Paint Schedule, Undated

series III: 3 Box 32 Folder 21

Francis Warfield , Architect, Dormitory Project, 1948, 1953, 1955

series III: 3 Box 32 Folder 22

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1955 - 1956

series III: 3 Box 32 Folder 23

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1955, 1957

series III: 3 Box 32 Folder 24

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956

series III: 3 Box 33 Folder 25

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956

series III: 3 Box 33 Folder 26

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956

series III: 3 Box 33 Folder 27

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956

series III: 3 Box 33 Folder 28

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956 - 1957

series III: 3 Box 33 Folder 29

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956 - 1957

series III: 3 Box 33 Folder 30

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1957 - 1958

series III: 3 Box 33 Folder 31

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956 - 1957

series III: 3 Box 34 Folder 32

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956

series III: 3 Box 34 Folder 33

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956

series III: 3 Box 34 Folder 34

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956

series III: 3 Box 34 Folder 35

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1956

series III: 3 Box 34 Folder 36

Men's Dormitory, Correspondence, 1957 - 1958

subseries 4: Other Colleges and Universities,

1953 - 1961, undated

This subseries contains 14 folders of correspondence, blueprints, photographs, and other materials concerning various college and university facilities. Most of the correspondence pertains to the building program at Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, Cali., and to the construction of the Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, Utica, N.Y. Other materials include correspondence, together with plans and photostats, of the proposed design for Washington University Library, St. Louis, Mo.; a notebook containing photographs, under plastic cover sheets, of buildings constructed at State University of New York at Albany and Nassau County community College, New York; photographs of Stones conception of Loyola University Communication Arts Center, large color rendering photographs of the University of Massachusetts Library; correspondence with Munson, Williams, Proctor Institute, Utica, N.Y., concerning a proposed community arts building and other matters; and a notebook containing photographs, under plastic cover sheets, of various college and university buildings designed by EDS, including six laid-in photographs at back of book, not labeled. Photographs in subseries represent actual buildings, as well as models, designs, floor plans, site plans, and artist's conceptions of buildings.

series III: 4 Box 35 Folder 1

Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, Correspondence, 1956 - 1959

series III: 4 Box 35 Folder 2

Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, Correspondence and Blueprints, 1959 - 1960

series III: 4 Box 35 Folder 3

Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, Correspondence, 1957 - 1958

series III: 4 Box 35 Folder 4

Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, Photograph, Student Union Building., Undated

series III: 4 Box 35 Folder 5

State University at New York,Albany, Nassau County Community College, NY, Photographs, Undated

series III: 4 Box 36 Folder 6

University of Massachusetts Library, Photographs, Undated

series III: 4 Box 36 Folder 7

Loyola University Communications Arts Center, CA, Photographs, Undated

series III: 4 Box 36 Folder 8

St Louis Library Competition, 1955-1957

series III: 4 Box 36 Folder 9

Community Arts Building, Utica, NY, Correspondence, 1953-1955

series III: 4 Box 36 Folder 10

Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, Utica, NY, Correspondence, 1959

series III: 4 Box 36 Folder 11

Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, Utica, NY, Correspondence, 1959- 1960

series III: 4 Box 36 Folder 12

Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, Utica, NY, Correspondence, 1959 -1961

series III: 4 Box 36 Folder 13

Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, Utica, NY, Correspondence, 1960 - 1961

series III: 4 Box 36 Folder 14

Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, Utica, NY, Correspondence, Undated

series 4: Projects, State and Local Government and Public Facilities,

1946-1960, 1964, undated

This series contains 27 folders of correspondence, photographs, and related material concerning state and local government projects and public facilities. Correspondence, together with architectural specification outlines, plans, construction cost estimates, and related material, pertain to the construction of the Betsy Head Recreation Center, Brooklyn, N.Y., matters associated with the design and construction of the Lima, Peru hospital, including correspondence related to the architectural contract, as well as requests from prospective contractors, consulting engineers, and manufacturers regarding the Peruvian project; the proposed design for the Israel Atomic Energy Commission; the selection of architects for the Libyan Communication project, including plans and drawings; architectural contract and the preliminary preparation for the Palo Alto, Calif. , Library; the selection of Stone as a member of a committee appointed to advise design engineers on the architectural treatment of the Brooklyn, N.Y. , Narrows Bridge, its immediate approaches, and other facilities; and the design and construction of the North Carolina State Legislative Building containing House and Senate Chambers. Other materials include: an urban design proposal for the Philadelphia, Pa., Trade and Convention Center; miscellaneous drawings, photographs and site plans for many of the public buildings designed by Stone; site plans, elevations, and sections concerning the National Geographic Society office building, Washington, D.C.; plans for the construction of a Social Security Hospital in Costa Rica, with seven pamphlets on the construction of same, evidently sent to Stone as complimentary copies, and a report on the preliminary plan for Convention Hall, Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, Pa., plus other miscellaneous correspondence and materials related to same.

series IV Box 37 Folder 1

Trade and Convention Center, Philadelphia, Proposal, 1964 Oversized

series IV Box 37 Folder 2

Designs, Public Buildings, Undated Oversized

series IV Box 37 Folder 3

Kennedy Center, Model Photographs, Undated Oversized

series IV Box 37 Folder 4

Kennedy Center, Model Photographs, Undated

series IV Box 37 Folder 5

The Museum of Modern Art, Photograph, Undated

series IV Box 37 Folder 6

The Huntington Hartford Museum, New York, Photograph, Undated

series IV Box 37 Folder 7

New York City Park Department, Correspondence, 1946 - 1948

series IV Box 37 Folder 8

New York City Park Department, Correspondence, 1946 - 1949

series IV Box 37 Folder 9

New York City Park Department, Correspondence, 1946 - 1949

series IV Box 37 Folder 10

North Carolina Legislative Building, Correspondence, 1959- 1960

series IV Box 38 Folder 11

National Geographic Society Office Building, Undated

series IV Box 38 Folder 12

Peru Hospital, Photographs, Undated

series IV Box 38 Folder 13

Peru Hospital, Correspondence, 1950 - 1951

series IV Box 38 Folder 14

Peru Hospital, Correspondence, 1950 - 1952

series IV Box 38 Folder 15

Peru Hospital, Correspondence, 1953 - 1954

series IV Box 38 Folder 16

Peru Hospital, Requests from Manufacturers, 1950 - 1952

series IV Box 38 Folder 17

Library, Palo Alto, CA, fees, 1956 - 1958

series IV Box 39 Folder 18

Narrows Bridge, Brooklyn New York, Undated

series IV Box 39 Folder 19

Narrows Bridge, Blueprints, Undated

series IV Box 39 Folder 20

Isreal Atomic Energy Commission, 1957, 1957

series IV Box 39 Folder 21

Caja Costarricense De Seguro Social, Undated

series IV Box 39 Folder 22

Hycon-Page, Larc, Cambridge, MA Correspondence, 1957

series IV Box 39 Folder 23

Commerical Museum, Philadephia, PA, Preliminary Plan, Undated

series IV Box 39 Folder 24

Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, 1955 - 1956

series IV Box 39 Folder 25

Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, 1956

series IV Box 39 Folder 26

Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, 1956 - 1957

series IV Box 39 Folder 27

Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, Paid Bills, 1956

series 5: Projects, Non Public Facilities,

1940, 1941-1965, undated

This series contains 117 folders of correspondence, blueprints, drawings, sketches, plans, and photographs concerning the design, construction, and alteration of certain non-public facilities, including the Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon; theaters and churches; industrial and commercial projects; and private residences and apartments.

subseries 1: Hotel Phonecia, Beirut,

1953 - 1961, undated

This subseries contains 35 Folders of correspondence and other materials pertaining to the design and construction of the Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon. Other items include extensive blueprints, drawings and sketches, specifications, column analysis reports, notes on various aspects of design and construction, finish schedules, addenda for specification and drawing changes, and photographs of the hotel while under construction.

series V: 1 Box 40 Folder 1

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Correspondence, 1953 -1956

series V: 1 Box 40 Folder 2

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Correspondence, 1956 - 1958

series V: 1 Box 40 Folder 3

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Correspondence, 1957 - 1958

series V: 1 Box 40 Folder 4

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Correspondence, 1956- 1958

series V: 1 Box 41 Folder 5

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Correspondence, 1960

series V: 1 Box 41 Folder 6

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Correspondence and Sketches, 1956 -1957

series V: 1 Box 41 Folder 7

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Correspondence and Sketches, 1956-1957

series V: 1 Box 41 Folder 8

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Correspondence and Drawings, 1960 - 1961

series V: 1 Box 41 Folder 9

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, General, 1955, 1960, Undated

series V: 1 Box 41 Folder 10

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, General, 1957

series V: 1 Box 41 Folder 11

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Specifications, 1957

series V: 1 Box 42 Folder 12

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Blueprints, General, Undated

series V: 1 Box 42 Folder 13

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Blueprints, General, Undated

series V: 1 Box 42 Folder 14

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Blueprints, General, Undated

series V: 1 Box 43 Folder 15

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Finish Schedule, !957, 1960

series V: 1 Box 43 Folder 16

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Finish Schedule, 1957

series V: 1 Box 43 Folder 17

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Addenda, 1957 - 1960

series V: 1 Box 43 Folder 18

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Structural Questions, 1957

series V: 1 Box 43 Folder 19

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Transmittals, 1957 -1958, 1960

series V: 1 Box 43 Folder 20

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Hardware Schedule, 1960 - 1961

series V: 1 Box 43 Folder 21

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Architecural and Structural Notes, 1956

series V: 1 Box 43 Folder 22

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Column Reports, 1958

series V: 1 Box 43 Folder 23

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Mechanical Notes, Undated

series V: 1 Box 44 Folder 24

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Photographs, Undated

series V: 1 Box 44 Folder 25

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon,Proposed Changes, 1958

series V: 1 Box 44 Folder 26

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Theatre Seats and Equipment, 1957

series V: 1 Box 44 Folder 27

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Elevators, 1954,1956 - 1957, 1960

series V: 1 Box 44 Folder 28

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Elevators, 1957

series V: 1 Box 44 Folder 29

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Laundry Facilities, Undated

series V: 1 Box 44 Folder 30

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Kitchen Equipment, Undated

series V: 1 Box 44 Folder 31

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon,Swimming Pool and Equipment, 1957

series V: 1 Box 44 Folder 32

Intercontinental Hotels Corporation, Pending, 1957 - 1958

series V: 1 Box 45 Folder 33

International Hotels Corporation, Pending, 1957 -1958

series V: 1 Box 45 Folder 34

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Kitchen Equipment, 1957

series V: 1 Box 45 Folder 35

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Lighting Fixtures, 1955, Undated

series V: 1 Box 45 Folder 36

Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Revision Notes, 1957

subseries 2: Theatres, Churches,

1947 - 1950, undated

This subseries contains 35 folders of correspondence and other materials pertaining to the design and construction of the Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon. Other items include extensive blueprints, drawings and sketches, specifications, column analysis reports, notes on various aspects of design and construction, finish schedules, addenda for specification and drawing changes, and photographs of the hotel while under construction.

series V: 2 Box 45 Folder 1

National Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C., Notebook, Undated Oversized

series V: 2 Box 45 Folder 2

Yale Thesis Projects, Photographs, undated

series V: 2 Box 45 Folder 3

City Investing Company, Theatre, Yale University, Correspondence and Plans, 1947 - 1949

series V: 2 Box 45 Folder 4

Victoria Theatre, New York City, General Materials, Specifications, 1948

series V: 2 Box 45 Folder 5

Victoria Theatre, New York City, Specifications, 1947 - 1949

series V: 2 Box 46 Folder 6

Victoria Theatre, New York City, Correspondence and Specifications, 1948

series V: 2 Box 46 Folder 7

Astor Theatre Corporation, Victoria Theatre, New York City, Correspondence, 1947 - 1949

series V: 2 Box 46 Folder 8

Astor Theatre Corporation, Victoria Theatre, New York City, Correspondence and Plans, 1948 - 1949

series V: 2 Box 46 Folder 9

Astor Theatre Corporation, Victoria Theatre, New York City, Correspondence and Specifications, 1948 - 1950

series V: 2 Box 46 Folder 10

Unitarian Church, Long Insland, New York, Specifications, Undated

subseries 3: Industrial and Commercial Projects,

1945- 1960, undated

This subseries contains 17 folders of correspondence, plans, and specifications concerning the design or alteration of certain industrial and commercial facilities. Files also include correspondence with Fulbright Industries, Fayetteville, Ark., pertaining to furniture designed by Stone for the company and numerous photographs of the Panama Hotel while under construction.

series V: 3 Box 47 Folder 1

Rozed Realty Corporation, New York, City, Correspondence and Specifications, 1945 -1946

series V: 3 Box 47 Folder 2

Rozed Realty Corporation, New York, City, Correspondence , 1946 -1948

series V: 3 Box 47 Folder 3

Rozed Realty Corporation, New York, City, Correspondence, 1946 - 1948

series V: 3 Box 47 Folder 4

Libby Owens Ford, Solar House, Specifications, 1946

series V: 3 Box 47 Folder 5

Panama Hotel, Correspondence and Plans, 1946 - 1950

series V: 3 Box 47 Folder 6

Panama Hotel, Photographs, Undated

series V: 3 Box 47 Folder 7

Panama Hotel, Photographs, Undated

series V: 3 Box 47 Folder 8

Panama Hotel, Photographs, Undated

series V: 3 Box 48 Folder 9

Pat Morin, Leibes Studio, New York City, Plans, 1949

series V: 3 Box 48 Folder 10

Jamaica Hotel, British West Indies, Correspondence, 1951 - 1953

series V: 3 Box 48 Folder 11

Gold Fields Development Company Recreation Center, New York City, Correspondence, 1951, 1954

series V: 3 Box 48 Folder 12

Fuller & Smith & Ross, Inc. New York, 1952 - 1954

series V: 3 Box 48 Folder 13

Fulbright Furniture, Fayetteville, AR, Corresspondence, 1951 - 1952, 1954

series V: 3 Box 48 Folder 14

Deal Casino Project, Deal , New Jersey, Correspondence and Plans, 1954 - 1955

series V: 3 Box 48 Folder 15

Gulf Service Station , New York International Airport, Correspondence, 1957 - 1959

series V: 3 Box 48 Folder 16

Gulf Service Station, Idlewild Airport, New York, Correspondence, 1959- 1960

series V: 3 Box 48 Folder 17

Perpetual Savings and Loan Associates, Los Angeles, Undated

subseries 4: Private Dwellings, Including Apartments,

1946 - 1960, undated

This subseries contains 55 Folders of correspondence, specifications, and plans concerning largely private residences designed by Stone and some material related to apartments. Files also include several copies of an article by Stone in Life Magazine pertaining to row houses. In addition, the Anson G. Hurley and George Macy Folders include correspondence related to the design of a clinic and a printing shop, respectively, as well as correspondence concerning the design of private residences for each.

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 1

Norman Badenhop Residence, Middletownship New Jersey, Specifications, 1953

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 2

R.M. Campbell Residence, Brooklyn, , 1946 - 1948

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 3

Durisol, Specifications, 1948

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 4

Robert B. Ellis Residence, Memphis, Tennessee, 1948 - 1949

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 5

Charles J. Frankel Residence, Charlottesville, Virginia, Specifications and Correspondence, 1952 - 1953,1955

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 6

Genola Building, Asbury Park, New Jersy, 1954 - 1955

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 7

Anson Conger Goodyear Residence, addition Specifications, 1950

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 8

William T. Grant Residence, East River, Connecticut, 1940

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 9

Allrich S. Harrison Residence, Fairfeild, Conn, Specifications, 1950

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 10

George H. Hawks, Jr. Residence, Rochester, N.Y., Correspondence and Plans, 1958 - 1959

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 11

Theodore De F. Hobbs House, New Canaan, Conn., 1951-1952 Oversized

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 12

Anson G. Hurley Residence, Muncie, Indiana, Plans and Correspondence, Undated

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 13

Anson G. Hurley, Specifications, 1951 - 1955

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 14

Anson G. Hurley Residence, Corresspondence and Plans, 1951 - 1955

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 15

Walter H. Johnson House, Darien, Conn., Specifications, 1953

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 16

Fred Jones Residence, Oklahoma City, Ok, Specifications, 1953

series V: 4 Box 49 Folder 17

Fred Jones Residence, Oklahoma City, Ok, Specifications, 1951 - 1953

series V: 4 Box 50 Folder 18

Fred Jones Residence, Oklahoma City, Ok, Specifications, 1952 - 1954

series V: 4 Box 50 Folder 19

Hugh Kaul Residence, Birmingham, Ala, Specifications, 1951

series V: 4 Box 50 Folder 20

I. H. Kempner, Jr., Residence, Houston, Tx., Specifications, 1946

series V: 4 Box 50 Folder 21

I. H. Kempner, Jr., Residence, Houston, Tx., Specifications, Undated

series V: 4 Box 50 Folder 22

I. H. Kempner, Jr., Residence, Houston, Tx., Specifications, 1946

series V: 4 Box 51 Folder 23

Seymour Kimmel Residence, Westchester County, N.Y., Specifications, 1947

series V: 4 Box 51 Folder 24

Seymour Kimmel Residence, Westchester County, N.Y., Specifications, Correspondence and Plans, 1955, 1957 - 1958

series V: 4 Box 51 Folder 25

Life, Row Houses, undated

series V: 4 Box 51 Folder 26

Betram Linder Residence, Dalton, PA, Specifications, 1949

series V: 4 Box 51 Folder 27

Maxwell, Lyons Residence, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1950

series V: 4 Box 51 Folder 28

George Macy Co. Residence and Printing Shop, New Milford, Conn., Correspondence, 1949 - 1952

series V: 4 Box 51 Folder 29

George Macy Co. Residence and Printing Shop, New Milford, Conn., Specifications, 1950

series V: 4 Box 51 Folder 30

Frederick L. Maduro Residence, Great Neck, Long Island, NY, Specifications, 1948, Undate

series V: 4 Box 52 Folder 31

Frederick L. Maduro Residence, Great Neck, Long Island, NY, Correspondence, 1947 - 1950

series V: 4 Box 52 Folder 32

Frederick L. Maduro Residence, Great Neck, Long Island, NY, Photographs, Undated Oversized

series V: 4 Box 52 Folder 33

Layng Martine Residence, Stamford, Conn., Specification, 1948

series V: 4 Box 52 Folder 34

Carney D. Matheson Residence, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Specification, 1953

series V: 4 Box 52 Folder 35

Melnick Residence, Specifications, 1952

series V: 4 Box 52 Folder 36

Karl Augustus Menninger Residence, Topeka, Kansas, Correspondence and Plans, 1949 -1950

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 37

Remy Morosani Residence, Litchfield, Conn. Specifications and Correspondence, 1948, 1951-1953

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 38

Murphy - Brinworth, Inc. Residence, Port Washington, New York, Specifcations, 1947

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 39

Alan Nelson Residence, Syosset, Long Island, New York, Correspondence, 1948

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 40

Alan Nelson Residence, Syosset, Long Island, New York, Specifications, 1948

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 41

George N. Packard Residence, Bernardsville, New Jersey, Specifications, 1948

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 42

Robert L. Popper Residence, White Plains, New York, Specifications, undated

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 43

William S. Rayburn Residence, White Plains, New York, Specifications, 1948

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 44

John J. Rjoux Residence, Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, Specifications, 1951

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 45

Felix Smart Residence, Pine Bluff Arkansas, Correspondence and Specifications, 1950 - 1951

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 46

Felix Smart Residence, Pine Bluff Arkansas, Specifications, 1951

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 47

Fred Smith Residence, New York City, General Material,, 1951, undated

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 48

Alfred K. Stern Residence, Lewisboro, N.Y. Specifications, 1948

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 49

Alfred K. Stern Residence, Lewisboro, N.Y. Specifications, 1948

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 50

Charles, B. Strauss Residence , Stamford Connecticut, Correspondence and Specifications, 1945 - 1949

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 51

Charles, B. Strauss Residence , Stamford Connecticut, Specifications, 1946

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 52

Thomas W. Streeter Residence, Morristown, New Jersey, Correspondence and Plans, 1947 - 1948

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 53

Thomas W. Streeter Residence, Morristown, New Jersey, Specifications, undated

series V: 4 Box 53 Folder 54

William Thurnauer Residence, Teaneck, New Jersey, Specifications, 1949

series V: 4 Box 54 Folder 55

Apartment and Duplex Plans, Unidentified., undated , Oversized

series 6: Correspondence, including project-related,

1945-63, 1969, undated

This series contains 239 folders of correspondence, including 133 files concerning the design and construction of private residences, as well as designs for commercial interests, college and university campus development, hospitals, churches, and theaters; see List of File Titles for enumeration of specific projects. There are an additional 106 folders of general business, professional, personal, miscellaneous, and undesignated correspondence. Arranged generally in chronological order; see sub-series descriptions for exceptions .

subseries 1: Albert Monroe Greenfield House,

1953 - 1958

This subseries contains 21 folders of correspondence and blueprints pertaining to alterations and additions to the Albert Monroe Greenfield estate, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.

series VI: 1 Box 54 Folder 1

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Blue Prints, Steel, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 54 Folder 2

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Blue Prints, Heating and Plumbing, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 54 Folder 3

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Blue Prints, Stonework, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 54 Folder 4

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Blue Prints, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 54 Folder 5

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Blue Prints, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 54 Folder 6

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Blue Prints, Millwork, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 54 Folder 7

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Blue Prints, Windows, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 55 Folder 8

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1952 - 1953

series VI: 1 Box 55 Folder 9

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 55 Folder 10

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 55 Folder 11

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 55 Folder 12

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1953

series VI: 1 Box 56 Folder 13

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1953 - 1954

series VI: 1 Box 56 Folder 14

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1954

series VI: 1 Box 56 Folder 15

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1953 - 1954

series VI: 1 Box 56 Folder 16

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1954

series VI: 1 Box 56 Folder 17

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1954

series VI: 1 Box 57 Folder 18

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1954

series VI: 1 Box 57 Folder 19

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1954

series VI: 1 Box 57 Folder 20

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1953 - 1955

series VI: 1 Box 57 Folder 21

Albert Monroe Greenfield House, Correspondence, 1955 - 1956, 1958

subseries Bruno K. Graf Residence: 2,

1955 - 1958

This subseries contains seven folders of correspondence concerning the design and construction of the Bruno K. Graf residence in Dallas, Tex., including progress reports.

series VI: 2 Box 57 Folder 1

Bruno K. Graf Residence, Dallas, Texas, Correspondence, 1955 - 1956

series VI: 2 Box 58 Folder 2

Bruno K. Graf Residence, Dallas, Texas, Correspondence, 1955, 1957

series VI: 2 Box 58 Folder 3

Bruno K. Graf Residence, Dallas, Texas, Correspondence, 1956 - 1958

series VI: 2 Box 58 Folder 4

Bruno K. Graf Residence, Dallas, Texas, Correspondence, 1956 - 1957

series VI: 2 Box 58 Folder 5

Bruno K. Graf Residence, Dallas, Texas, Correspondence, 1956 - 1957

series VI: 2 Box 58 Folder 6

Bruno K. Graf Residence, Dallas, Texas, Correspondence, 1957

series VI: 2 Box 58 Folder 7

Bruno K. Graf Residence, Dallas, Texas, Correspondence, 1957 - 1958

subseries 3: Correspondence designated by other correspondents,

1945 - 1960, undated

This subseries contains 105 folders of correspondence. Much of the correspondence relates to the design and construction of private residences, as well as designs for commercial interests, including hotels, motels, banks, and restaurants. Some of the files concern college and university campus development. Other projects include hospitals, churches, and theaters. More specific subjects include production and marketing of Stone furniture design for Fulbright Industries, Fayetteville, Ark, the design and construction of a house in New Canaan, Conn., for the Celanese Corporation, and a project for the Ford Foundation Program for Theater Design. Files contain correspondence with magazines, including Architectural Record, Good Housekeeping, Horizon, and McCalls, concerning articles written by or about Stone, as well as other more routine letters, also, requests for plans and specifications for house designs found in Better Homes and Gardens. Other correspondence is with Stones attorneys, contractors, and photographers.

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 1

Akron, Ohio, Downtown Redevelopment Project, 1958 - 1959

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 2

Sayed Abdulla Alireza Apartmennts, Beirut, Lebanon, 1959

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 3

Architectural Record, Kitchens, 1962, undated

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 4

Architectural Record, Kitchens, 1962, undated

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 5

Architectural Record, Kitchens, 1961 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 6

Antonio Arias, Panama City, Republic of Panama, 1953 -1954

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 7

Norman Badenhop, Middeltown Township, N.J. , 1952 -1955

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 8

Norman Badenhop, Legal Papers and Contracts, 1953 - 1955

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 9

Bechtel International Corporation, New York City, 1959 - 1960

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 10

Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, Home Building Ideas, 1954 - 1955

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 11

H.W.Beyette Residence, 1948 - 1949

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 12

Russell Brown Residence, Greenwich Connecticut, 1949

series VI: 3 Box 59 Folder 13

Bernstein, Weiss and Tomson,Attorneys, New York Citu, 1946 -1947, 1949

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 14

Alexander Calder, Roxbury Connecticut, 1948 - 1949

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 15

Castro Valley Branch Library, California, 1958

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 16

Carmelita Cultural Center, Pasadena, California, 1961, 1969

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 17

Celanese Corporation of americ, New York, New York, 1958- 1961

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 18

Central Islip State Hospital, New York City, 1956 - 1958

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 19

Louis Checkman , Jersey City, New Jersey, 1961

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 20

Chicago, Metropolitan Fair and Exposition Authority, 1957 - 1960

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 21

City Federal Savings and Loan Association, Union Township, New Jersey, 1961 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 22

City Investing Corporation, New York City, 1957 -1958

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 23

Coca Cola Building, New York World's Fair, 1961

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 24

Commercial Museum, Philadephia, PA, 1955- 1957

series VI: 3 Box 60 Folder 25

Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, PA, 1954

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 26

Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, PA, 1954 - 1959

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 27

Consultants and Contractors, 1949 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 28

Contra Costa Jewish Community Center, Lafayette, California, 1958

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 29

Maria D'Agistino Residence , Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1958

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 30

Ara Derderian, New York City, 1962

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 31

Bert Dweck Residence, Brooklyn, New York, 1955-1956

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 32

El Dorado, Arkansas, 1961

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 33

Ford Foundation Festival Theater Project, New York City, 1959 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 34

Ford Fondation Theatre Project, 1961 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 35

Fulbright Furniture, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1949 - 1951

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 36

Fulbright Furniture, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1951 -1953

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 37

Alexander Georges, 1961 - 1963

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 38

Good Housekeeping. Big Little House, 1949

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 39

W.T. Grant Residence, Greenwich, Conn., 1948 -1949

series VI: 3 Box 61 Folder 40

W.T. Grant Residence, Greenwich, Conn., 1948 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 41

Great Neck Memorial Hospital, Great Neck Long Island, New York, 1946 - 1948

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 42

Grrenfield Apartments, Philadephia, 1957

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 43

Allrich S. Harrison, Fairfield , Connecticult, 1949 - 1951, 1955

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 44

Hopeman Brothers, 1958

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 45

Horizon, Fountains and Pools, 1961 -1962

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 46

Hot Shoppes, Inc., Washington, D.c., 1959 -1961

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 47

Intercontinental Hotels Corporation, 1956, 1958 -1959

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 48

Iraq Recreation Center, 1961

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 49

Johnson Furniture Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1959 - 1960

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 50

Howard Johnson Chain Restaurant s, New York, New York, 1958

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 51

Walter Johnson, Darien, Conn., 1953 - 1955

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 52

Seymour Kimmel Residence, Westchester County, New York, 1947 - 1947

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 53

Seymour Kimmel Residence, Westchester County, New York, 1957 -1958

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 54

J. Kotz Apartments, Washington, D.C., 1954

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 55

Daniel H. Lavezzo, Jr., New York City, 1954

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 56

M.P. LeGrand Residence, Montgomery , Alabama, , 1949

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 57

Jay Lewis, McGehee, Ar, 1955

series VI: 3 Box 62 Folder 58

Dorothy Liebes, New York City, 1954

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 59

Lima, Peru Hospital, 1950, 1955

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 60

Lincoln Center, New York City, 1958

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 61

Betram N. Linder Residence, Dalton, Pa, 1948 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 62

Bertam N. Linder Residence, Dalton, Pa, 1948 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 63

Maxwell J. Lyons Residence, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1949 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 64

Mc Calls , 1961 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 65

Flora McDonaldCollege, Red Springs, N.C., 1957 - 1958

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 66

Arturo Maduro Residence, Panama City, Republic de Panama, 1950

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 67

Rocco di Marco, 1953

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 68

Elwood Martz Residence, Great Hog Neck ,Long Island New York, 1949 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 69

Carney D. Matheson Residen, Residence, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, 1953 - 1955

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 70

Mendez & Sanders, 1950, 1954

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 71

Karl Augustus Menninger Residence, Topeka Kansas, 1949 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 72

Karl Augustus Menninger, Topeka , Kansas, 1945 - 1958

series VI: 3 Box 63 Folder 73

Menninger Foundation, 1949 -1950

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 74

Milner Hotels Management Co., Inc, 1961

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 75

Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, Utica, New York, 1960 - 1961

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 76

Thomas G. Moore Residence, Mountain Lakes, N.J., 1948 - 1949

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 77

Harvey Mudd College, Claremont California, 1960 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 78

National Presbyterian Church, Washington D.C., 1959

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 79

Raymond F. Orr, Fort Smith, Ar, 1952 - 1955

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 80

Arthur N. Otis, Greenwich, Conn., 1952 - 1954

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 81

George N. Packard Resdence, Bernardsville, N.J., 1947 - 1949

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 82

Sam Peck Motel, Little Rock, Ar, 1955

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 83

Photoraphers, A- L, 1961 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 64 Folder 84

Photographers M-Z , 1961 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 85

Robert L. Popper Residence, White Plains, N.Y., 1948 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 86

Public Relations, Earl S. Peed Organization, Inc, New York City, 1962

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 87

Princeton Prospect, Educational Testing Service, 1955

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 88

Publicity Completed, 1961 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 89

William S. Rayburn Residence, White Plains, New York, 1947 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 90

Renault Winery, Egg Harbor, New Jersey, 1959 - 1961

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 91

Lewis B. Robbins Residence , Topeka Kansas, 1949 - 1950

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 92

Harold Rosenberg Residence, Englewood, New Jersey, 1953 - 1955

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 93

Isadore Rosenfeld , Architect, New York City, 1949

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 94

San Salvador Hotel, El Salvador, 1950 =- 1953

series VI: 3 Box 65 Folder 95

South Carolina University, Columbia, South Carolina, 1956 - 1961

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 96

South Carolina Univaersity, Columbia, South Carolina, 1957 - 1958, 1961

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 97

Sam Speigel Apartment , New York City, 1958 - 1960

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 98

State Office Building, Indianapolis, Ind., 1957

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 99

Ezra Stoller, Photographer, Rye, New York, 1961 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 100

Syracuse Hotel Project, 1956 - 1957

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 101

Theatre in the Round, Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, 1959

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 102

Trinity Methodist Church, Philipsburg, PA, 1962

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 103

United States Information Agency, 1961 - 1962

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 104

Westport Community Art Assosiation, 1962

series VI: 3 Box 66 Folder 105

J. Allan Yager Residence, Montclair, N.J., 1959

subseries 4: General Business, Professional, Personal,

1947 - 1963, undated

This subseries contains 45 folders of general business, professional, and personal correspondence concerning, among other subjects, The American Institute of Architects, invitations, Stone's tenure as a critic at Yale University, the purchase of an M.G. automobile, tax clearance certificate under the Indian Income Tax Act, communication between the New York and Palo Alto, Calif., bases regarding projects and office activities, and other miscellaneous business correspondence. Also, 16 folders of general correspondence dated December 1957 to December, 1961 relating to Stone's business activities, including some private correspondence between Stone and friends. Noted correspondents include: Harvie Branscornb, Ellsworth Bunker, John Tyler Caldwell, Harry David Durst, Jr., James William Fulbright, Clare Boothe Luce, Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, and John Gilbert Williams. Other correspondence is with architectural magazines and organizations.

series VI: 4 Box 66 Folder 1

A.I.A. American Institute of Architects, 1957 - 1958

series VI: 4 Box 67 Folder 2

A.I.A. American Institute of Architects, 1959

series VI: 4 Box 67 Folder 3

Invitations Refused, 1957 - 1958

series VI: 4 Box 67 Folder 4

Invitations Rejected, 1955, 1957 - 1959

series VI: 4 Box 67 Folder 5

Invitations Rejected, 1959

series VI: 4 Box 68 Folder 6

Invitations Rejected, 1959

series VI: 4 Box 68 Folder 7

Invitations Refused, 1959 - 1960

series VI: 4 Box 68 Folder 8

Invitations Refused, 1960

series VI: 4 Box 68 Folder 9

Invitations Accepted, 1957 - 1959

series VI: 4 Box 69 Folder 10

Invitations Accepted, 1959 - 1960

series VI: 4 Box 69 Folder 11

Christmas Cards, Undated

series VI: 4 Box 69 Folder 12

Correspondence, General, 1962 - 1963

series VI: 4 Box 69 Folder 13

Personal Correspondence, General, 1962

series VI: 4 Box 69 Folder 14

Correspondence, December 1957 - March 1958

series VI: 4 Box 69 Folder 15

Correspondence, April 1958 June 1958

series VI: 4 Box 69 Folder 16

Correspondence, July 1958 - June 1958

series VI: 4 Box 70 Folder 17

Correspondence, July 1958 September 1958

series VI: 4 Box 70 Folder 18

Correspondence, 21459

series VI: 4 Box 70 Folder 19

Correspondence, November 1958 - December 1958

series VI: 4 Box 70 Folder 20

Correspondence, September 1958 - March 1959

series VI: 4 Box 71 Folder 21

Correspondence, April 1959 - June 1959

series VI: 4 Box 71 Folder 22

Correspondence, October 1959 - December 1959

series VI: 4 Box 71 Folder 23

Correspondence, January 1960 - March 1960

series VI: 4 Box 71 Folder 24

Correspondence, April 1960 - August 1960

series VI: 4 Box 72 Folder 25

Correspondence, July 1960 - January 1961

series VI: 4 Box 72 Folder 26

Correspondence, November 1960 - March 1961

series VI: 4 Box 72 Folder 27

Correspondence, January 1961 - Sptember 1961

series VI: 4 Box 72 Folder 28

Correspondence, April 1961 September 1961

series VI: 4 Box 72 Folder 29

Correspondence, 1961

series VI: 4 Box 72 Folder 30

Business Correspondence, General, 1946, 1955

series VI: 4 Box 72 Folder 31

Business Correspondence, General, 1955 - 1956

series VI: 4 Box 72 Folder 32

Business Correspondence, General, 1960 - 1962

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 33

Business Correspondence, General, 1962

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 34

Personal Correspondence, , 1947 - 1949

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 35

Personal Correspondence, , 1951 - 1952

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 36

Personal Correspondence, , 1954

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 37

Personal Correspondence, , 1954-1955

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 38

Personal Correspondence, , 1955 - 1957

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 39

Personal Correspondence, , 1955 -1956

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 40

Personal Correspondence, , 1956

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 41

Personal Correspondence, , 1957

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 42

Correspondence related to Taxes, 1957

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 43

Personal Correspondence, Karl Holzinger, Jr, 1949 - 1950

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 44

E.D.S. Yale Data, 1948 - 1950

series VI: 4 Box 73 Folder 45

M.G. Automobile, 1949 - 1950

subseries 5: Undesignated Files and General Materials,

1952 - 1962

This subseries contains 61 folders of correspondence. It pertains to business, professional, and personal matters; also, projects, invitations, and architectural magazines and other publications interested in Stone or his work. Some of the letters are duplicates found elsewhere in the collection. Noted correspondents include: Harvie Branscomb, John Tyler Caldwell, Harry David Durst, Jr., James William Fulbright, John Kenneth Galbraith, Huntington Hartford, John Netherland Heiskell, Herbert Clark Hoover, Lewis Webster Jones, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Walter John Lemke, Clare Boothe Luce, Henry Robinson Luce, Karl Augustus Menninger, Dorothy Liebes Morin, Robert Moses, David Wiley Mullins, Charles Haywood Murphy, Jr., Julian Louis Reynolds, Abraham A. Ribicoff, Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, Winthrop Rockefeller, James Roosevelt, Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Jr., Ezra Stoller, John Gilbert Williams, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Olga Lazovich Wright. Others include Gardner A. Dailey, Robert Whittle Dowling, John Fistere, Arthur 0. Hanisch, Daljit Singh, and Mohan Singh. This subseries includes 12 folders of business correspondence arranged by alphabetical groupings and 37 folders of largely out-going correspondence, telegrams, and itineraries, arranged chronologically by months from Stone and his staff.

series VI: 5 Box 74 Folder 1

Letters, November 21, 1952

series VI: 5 Box 74 Folder 2

Correspondence, General, 1952 - 1953

series VI: 5 Box 74 Folder 3

Correspondence, General, 1953 - 1954

series VI: 5 Box 74 Folder 4

Correspondence, General, 1954 - 1955

series VI: 5 Box 74 Folder 5

Correspondence, General, 1955

series VI: 5 Box 74 Folder 6

Correspondence, General, 1955 - 1956

series VI: 5 Box 74 Folder 7

Correspondence, General, 1956

series VI: 5 Box 75 Folder 8

Business Correspondence, A - C, 1957 - 1958

series VI: 5 Box 75 Folder 9

Business Correspondence D - F, 1957 - 1958

series VI: 5 Box 75 Folder 10

Business Correspondence G - i, 1957 - 1958

series VI: 5 Box 75 Folder 11

Business Correspondence J - l, 1957 - 1958

series VI: 5 Box 75 Folder 12

Business Correspondence M - O , 1957 - 1958

series VI: 5 Box 75 Folder 13

Business Correspondence P - R, 1957 - 1958

series VI: 5 Box 75 Folder 14

Chronological Files, May, 1959

series VI: 5 Box 75 Folder 15

Chronological Files, June, 1959

series VI: 5 Box 76 Folder 16

Chronological Files, July, 1959

series VI: 5 Box 76 Folder 17

Chronological Files, August, 1959

series VI: 5 Box 76 Folder 18

Chronological Files, September, 1959

series VI: 5 Box 76 Folder 19

Chronological Files, October, 1959

series VI: 5 Box 76 Folder 20

Chronological Files, November, 1959

series VI: 5 Box 76 Folder 21

Chronological Files, December, 1959

series VI: 5 Box 76 Folder 22

Chronological Files, January, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 76 Folder 23

Chronological Files, February, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 77 Folder 24

Chronological Files, March, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 77 Folder 25

Chronological Files, April, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 77 Folder 26

Chronological Files, May, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 77 Folder 27

Chronological Files, June, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 77 Folder 28

Chronological Files, July, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 77 Folder 29

Chronological Files, August, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 77 Folder 30

Chronological Files, September, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 77 Folder 31

Chronological Files, October, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 77 Folder 32

Chronological Files, November, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 33

Chronological Files, December, 1960

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 34

Chronological Files, February, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 35

Chronological Files, March, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 36

Chronological Files, April, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 37

Chronological Files, May, 1961,

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 38

Chronological Files, June, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 39

Chronological Files, July, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 40

Chronological Files, August, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 41

Chronological Files, September, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 78 Folder 42

Chronological Files, October, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 79 Folder 43

Chronological Files, November, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 79 Folder 44

Chronological Files, December, 1961

series VI: 5 Box 79 Folder 45

Chronological Files, January, 1962

series VI: 5 Box 79 Folder 46

Chronological Files, February, 1962

series VI: 5 Box 79 Folder 47

Chronological Files, MApril, 1962

series VI: 5 Box 79 Folder 48

Chronological Files, May, 1962

series VI: 5 Box 79 Folder 49

Chronological Files, June,1962

series VI: 5 Box 79 Folder 50

Chronological Files, July, 1962

series VI: 5 Box 79 Folder 51

Correspondence, General, 1960 - 1962

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 52

Correspondence, General, 1962

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 53

Correspondence, General, 1962

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 54

Correspondence, General, 1956 - 1957

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 55

Correspondence, General, 1956 - 1959

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 56

"A" Correspondence, General, 1945 - 1949

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 57

"B" Correspondence, General, 1946 - 1949

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 58

"R" Correspondence, General, 1947 - 1949

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 59

"U" Correspondence, General, 1949

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 60

"S - U" Correspondence, General, 1957 - 1958

series VI: 5 Box 80 Folder 61

"V - U" Correspondence, General, 1956 -1958

series 7: Projects, Prospective,

1951-58, 1961-62, undated

This series contains 18 folders of correspondence concerning possible architectural projects, both in this country and abroad, including residences, hotels, hospitals, churches, theaters, and campuses. File 6 contains, in front of the folder, an alphabetical listing of contacts, indicating subsequent arrangement of the correspondence. File 7 includes color photographs of principal buildings on the University of Mississippi campus. File 17 contains one letter to George Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn., pertaining to Stone fees for a campus proposal.

series VII Box 81 Folder 1

Prospects, 1951 - 1952

series VII Box 81 Folder 2

Prospects, 1952, Undated

series VII Box 81 Folder 3

Prospects, 1952 - 1953

series VII Box 81 Folder 4

Prospects, 1953 - 1954

series VII Box 81 Folder 5

Prospective Projects, 1955 - 1957

series VII Box 81 Folder 6

Prospects, 1956 - 1958

series VII Box 81 Folder 7

Prospects, 1958

series VII Box 81 Folder 8

Project Files , 1961 - 1962

series VII Box 81 Folder 9

Boy's Club, Prospective, 1958

series VII Box 81 Folder 10

Costa Rica, Prospect, 1957

series VII Box 81 Folder 12

Massachsettes Institute of Technology, Graduate Center, Prospect, 1956 - 1957

series VII Box 81 Folder 13

Mississippi Prospect, 1955

series VII Box 81 Folder 14

Narrows Bridge, New York City, Prospect, 1957

series VII Box 81 Folder 15

New Jersy Theatre, Prospect, 1956 - 1957

series VII Box 81 Folder 16

New York University, Prospect, 1953, 1955 - 1956

series VII Box 81 Folder 17

Peabody Prospect, 1955

series VII Box 81 Folder 18

Vienna, Australia, Prospect, 1956 - 1957

series 8: Model and Standard Houses,

1951 - 1954, undated

This series contains four folders of correspondence and materials concerning model and standard houses. Correspondence pertains to inquiries regarding houses appearing in Good Housekeeping and availability of plans for same. Other items include: a Build It Yourself pattern for step-by-step construction of a house designed exclusively by Stone for Ladies Horne Journal: standard master specifications for houses up to $40, 000; and specifications for a proposed exhibition bathroom for the Tile Council of America.

series VIII Box 82 Folder 1

Good House Keeping Magazine House, Floor Plans, 1951 - 1954

series VIII Box 82 Folder 2

Ladies Home Journal, Houes No. 501, Undated

series VIII Box 82 Folder 3

Standard Master Specifications, Houses Up to 40, 000, Undated

series VIII Box 82 Folder 4

Tile Council of America, Proposed Exhibition Bathroom, Undated

series 9: Miscellaneous,

1942 - 1950, 1952 - 1954, 1956 - 1964, 1967, undated

Contains 37 folders of miscellaneous correspondence and materials, including specifications, photographs, drawings, and printed materials. More specifically, there are pamphlets of architectural drawings, advertising pamphlets sent to Stone, advertisements from various book publishers; material pertaining to the economic and social development of Peru, including the Agency for International Development program in that country, as well as material concerning the activities of the U.S. delegation to the inauguration of the Peruvian president in 1963; specifications and correspondence regarding specific projects; printed material concerning The American Institute of Architects; correspondence and photographs related to the work of certain artists and craftsmen; notes from friends regarding Stones television appearances and other honors; photographs; business correspondence, brochures, printed material, notes, and drawings; and an oversize pamphlet related to The Reef Point, a proposed luxury hotel on the California coast. Folder 16 includes copy of a speech by King Hussein of Jordan before the Near East Foundation, New York City, April 14, 1959. Correspondents include: Alexander Calder, John Tyler Caldwell, Robert Whittle Dowling, John Fistere, H. Buckminster Fuller, Anson Conger Goodyear, Dorothy Liebes, and William W. Wurster. Other correspondence is with The American Federation of Arts, Washington, D.C.; Architectural Forum.; Collier's; Ladies Home Journal; The Museum of Modern Art, New York City; National Council of Architectural Registration Boards; New York Chapter, American Institute of Architects; State University of New York, Albany: Princeton University: Progressive Who's Who in America. The first 15 folders, dated 1942 and 1944-50, are arranged alphabetically.

series IX box 83 folder 1

Miscellaneous Files "A", 1948 - 1949

series IX box 83 folder 2

Miscellaneous Files "C", 1945 - 1949

series IX box 83 folder 3

Miscellaneous Files "D", 1946 - 1948, 1950

series IX box 83 folder 4

Miscellaneous Files "E", 1946 - 1947

series IX box 83 folder 5

Miscellaneous Files "F", 1946 - 1947

series IX box 83 folder 6

Miscellaneous Files "G", 1946 - 1949

series IX box 83 folder 7

Miscellaneous Files "H", 1943 -. 1945 - 1949

series IX box 83 folder 8

Miscellaneous Files "J", 1946 - 194, 1949

series IX box 83 folder 9

Miscellaneous Files "K", 1946 - 1949

series IX box 83 folder 10

Miscellaneous Files "L", 1945 - 1948

series IX box 83 folder 11

Miscellaneous Files "M", 1942, 1945 -1949

series IX box 83 folder 12

Miscellaneous Files "N, 1944, 1946- 1950

series IX box 83 folder 13

Miscellaneous Files "P", 1945 - 1947

series IX box 83 folder 14

Miscellaneous Files "V", 1948 - 1949

series IX box 83 folder 15

Miscellaneous Files "W, X,Y,Z", 1944 - 1949

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Miscellaneous Files, 1957 - 1959

series IX box 83 folder 17

Artists and Craftsmen , Correspondence and Photographs, 1953- 1954

series IX box 83 folder 18

Drawings, 1957, 1959, 1961- 1962

series IX box 84 folder 19

The American Institute of Architects, Undated

series IX box 84 folder 20

Museum, Atlantic City, New Jersey, Correspondence, 1960 - 1962

series IX box 84 folder 21

Bay Roc Cottages, Jamica, Weast Indies, Specifications and Correspondence, 1952, 1952

series IX box 84 folder 22

Bennington College Project, Cortrespondence,, 1956

series IX box 84 folder 23

Business Correspondence and Brochures, 1956 - 1957, 1959, 1961

series IX box 84 folder 24

Printed Materials, 1964, 1967

series IX box 84 folder 25

Notes, Undated

series IX box 84 folder 26

Business Correspondence, 1958 - 1963

series IX box 84 folder 27

Drawings, Greensboro, North Carolina, Projects, Undated

series IX box 84 folder 28

Miscellaneaous, , Undated

series IX box 84 folder 29

Progessive Architecture Report, Undated

series IX box 84 folder 30

Sources, 1959 - 1961

series IX box 85 folder 31

U.S. Embassy, Lima, Peru, 1962 - 1963

series IX box 85 folder 32

Veterans On The Job Training Program, 1946 - 1949

series IX box 85 folder 33

Wakefield Young Books, Inc, Undated

series IX box 85 folder 34

Photographs, Undated

series IX box 85 folder 35

Architects Copy of Building, Undated

series IX box 85 folder 36

Magazine Data, Invitations, 1949

series IX box 85 folder 37

Reefpoint Hotel, Laguna Beach, California,Pamphlet, Undated

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