University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

The Charles W. Moore Archives: Faculty papers,


Collection Summary

Creator Moore, Charles Willard, 1925-1993
Title The Charles W. Moore Archives: Faculty papers
Dates 1950-1993
Abstract Faculty papers is part of the larger Charles W. Moore Archives. Papers provide extensive insight into the design and teaching philosophies of one of the most prominent architects of the twentieth century. The materials that make up the Faculty papers span Moore's academic life, dating from 1950 to 1993, with the bulk of the records dating from 1965 to 1990. Types of documents found in the series include administrative records, correspondence, course materials, students' work, reference and research materials, and letters of recommendation. These documents address aspects of Moore's academic career at Princeton University; University of Utah; University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles; Yale University; and University of Texas at Austin.
Identification CWM
Quantity 9.3 lin. ft. (22 manuscript boxes, 1 flat box) manuscript material, 28 black and white photographs,10 black and white contact prints, 2 color photographs, 35 mm black and white negatives

Biographical Sketch of Charles Willard Moore (1925-1993)

Charles Willard Moore was a renowned architect, writer, teacher, a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and a winner of the AIA Gold Medal. His use of graphics, color theory, and non-traditional materials made him a leader in the development of postmodern architecture, in company with Michael Graves and Robert Venturi. Two of his most prominent projects are Sea Ranch and Piazza d'Italia. Moore taught at six universities during his career while simultaneously maintaining his architectural practice.

Moore was born on October 31, 1925, in Benton Harbor, Michigan, and enrolled in the University of Michigan School of Architecture at the age of 16. He began his teaching career at the University of Utah in 1950. The architecture program at Utah was in its founding stages when Moore joined the faculty, and this provided him with the opportunity to develop an innovative curriculum in architectural history, incorporating his own travel experiences and views on the role of architecture in society.

In 1954, Moore entered the PhD program in architecture at Princeton where he studied with Enrico Peressutti and Louis Kahn. After his graduation in 1957, Moore spent an additional year at Princeton as a teaching assistant before moving to Berkeley, where he served as an Associate Professor and Department Chairman at the University of California. While in Berkeley, Moore and three others co-founded the grassroots architectural firm Moore Lyndon Turnbull Whitaker (MLTW).

Moore incited change in Yale's architecture department when he became Chairman in 1965. He eliminated the traditional jury presentations, which often created an adversarial relationship between students and professors. He also captured the rising social consciousness of the students in the newly-founded masters programs in environmental design and in the Yale Building Program. The Yale Building Program provided opportunities for students to build community centers, clinics, and affordable housing in impoverished communities, directly connecting architecture to social activism.

In 1975, Moore became a professor at the University of California at Los Angeles. His interest in collaboration and cultivating student confidence was exemplified through his architectural firm, Urban Innovations Group. The firm worked with the school to provide a space where students were able to actively participate in the design development and construction monitoring of current projects.

Moore moved to Austin in 1985 for his final teaching position, holding the O'Neil Ford Chair of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. In 1991 he was awarded the Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education and the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal for the scope and importance of his contributions to architecture. Moore died in Austin, Texas, on December 16th, 1993.

Scope and Content of the collection

Faculty papers is part of the larger Charles W. Moore Archives. It provides extensive insight into the design and teaching philosophies of one of the most prominent architects of the twentieth century. The materials that make up the Faculty papers span Moore's academic life, dating from 1950 to 1993, with the bulk of the records dating from 1965 to 1990. Types of documents found in the series include administrative records, correspondence, course materials, student's work, reference and research materials, and letters of recommendation. These documents address aspects of Moore's academic career at Princeton University; University of Utah; University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles; Yale University; and University of Texas at Austin.

Moore's role as a professor is best illustrated by the course materials found within the faculty series. Handwritten lecture notes, class handouts and syllabi reveal the great span of architectural topics Moore taught throughout his career. His papers show his teaching style as outward-focused and collaborative. Moore presented his students with an eclectic array of styles and traditions and brought in guest lecturers to expose his students to broader trends in architecture. He often arranged class field trips to sites of architectural interest. His academic influence can also be seen in the students' work within the collection, as Moore served as a thesis advisor for a number of master's degree candidates. Topics covered by the masters theses range from studies of popular architectural themes in El Salvador to designs for a revitalization project in York, England.

The memos and letters created and received by Moore illuminate the more organizational aspects of Moore's academic life, particularly in his administrative roles as department chair at University of California, Berkeley and as dean of the School of Architecture at Yale University. He was active in developing departmental agendas, arranging conferences, and hiring new faculty members. In addition, much of Moore's correspondence from his tenure at Berkeley documents his attempts to establish a graduate program in Building Technology, an effort to which he was dedicated but which was ultimately unsuccessful. In 1967, while at Yale, Moore was instrumental in arranging with the Centro Interamericano de Vivienda y Planificacion Program (CINVA) a visitation program for a group of Colombian architectural professors from the University of the Andes, which allowed for the exchange of cultural and architectural ideas.

The Letters of Recommendation section, made up of letters written by Charles Moore throughout his academic career, contains valuable information about Moore. His connections with students are clearly documented in this large body of material, as are his close working relationships with junior faculty members, graduate assistants, and others. In addition, the letters trace Moore's growing importance in the world of architecture throughout his academic career, as the power of his endorsement becomes increasingly evident.


Faculty papers are divided into eight subseries. The first six subseries are arranged by Moore's academic appointments: University of Utah; Princeton University; University of California, Berkeley; Yale University; University of California, Los Angeles; and University of Texas at Austin. Within each of these subseries, there are adminstrative records, course materials, and students' work. The Research and Reference Notes subseries includes notes, sketches, and articles relating to architectural topics. The last subseries consists of Letters of Recommendation. Part of the letters are housed and arranged as Moore had them in binders labeled 1968-1970; the other letters are arranged chronologically.


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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in The University of Texas Online Catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings
Creators (persons):
Moore, Charles Willard, 1925-1993
University of Texas at Austin--School of Architecture
Document types:
Faculty papers
Student works

Related Material

The Charles Moore Archives are located at the Alexander Architectural Archives.

The Charles Moore: Project records are located at the Alexander Architectural Archives.

University of Texas at Austin. School of Architecture collection at the Alexander Architectural Archives.

University of Texas at Austin. School of Architecture Development Records at the Alexander Architectural Archives.

Charles Willard Moore papers, 1915-1985, (bulk 1960-1985), Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Guide to the Centerbrook Architects and Planners Records (MS 1844). Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library.

Moore, Ruble Yudell Architects and Planners, Santa Monica, California.

William Turnbull/ MLTW collection. University of California Berkeley, Environmental Design Archives.


Administrative Information


The Charles W. Moore Archives: Faculty papers, Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Paper processed by: Ian Collins, Shannon Hildenbrand, Meagan Samuelson, and Mary Wegmann, INF389R - Introduction to Archival Enterprise I, Spring 2011; Donna Coates, Kathryn Pierce, and Tiffany Criswell, Spring 2012

Processing is not completed. Please see Archive's staff for more information.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series A: University of Utah, 1949-1952
(.25 lin. ft. manuscript material)

The University of Utah subseries covers Moore's early career as an assistant professor. Moore taught at University of Utah from 1949 to 1957, but our records contain records only for the years 1949 to 1952. The correspondence, ordered chronologically, includes documentation about a European expedition undertaken by the young architect (a trip which resulted in a large architectural slide collection), the circumstances surrounding his return to the army, and his daily practices as an academic. The Course Materials section of this series contains Moore's hand-written notes for lectures and classes taught during this period. Charles W. Moore kept the course materials in small binders along with personal notes, sketches, and inserts. Class notes, assignments, and exams are also included.
A1: Administrative and Financial Records
C1 Correspondence, 1949-1952
Correspondence, European trip/slide collection, 1949-1952
Correspondence, Roger Bailey letter of recommendation for Charles Moore, 1950
Correspondence, Moore's military service, 1951-1952
Financial records, 1951-1952
A2: Course Materials
C1 Course materials, Architecture 101, 102, and 103, 1950-1952
Course materials, Architecture 121 and 122, 1950-1952
Course materials, Architecture 122, 170, and 200, 1951-1952

Series B: Princeton University, 1956-1959, undated
(.17 lin. ft. manuscript material)

The Princeton University series includes manuscript, printed material, drawing, correspondence, course materials and students' work documenting Moore's work as an Assistant Professor at the Princeton University School of Architecture. Course materials include pamphlets, postcards, maps, correspondence and research materials from Moore's binders.
B1: Administrative Records
C1 Correspondence and memoranda, 1956-1959, undated
1 Financial records, 1951
B2: Course Materials and Students' Work
C1 Binder: Course material, 1955-1959 (3 folders)
C2 Course material including students' work, 1958, undated
William H. Young senior thesis, 1958

Series C: University of California, Berkeley, 1957-1965
(1.7 lin. ft., 5 black and white photographs)

The material from Charles Moore's tenure at Berkeley dates from 1957 to 1965, and includes papers relating to his professorial duties as well as his commitments as Chairman of the Architecture Department, a position he held from 1962-1965. Administrative Records include correspondence, memos and information on the curriculum, structure and faculty of the department, organized chronologically. Notable materials include correspondence documenting Moore's search for new faculty members from 1963 to 1964. Course Materials make up the bulk of the Berkeley papers. These records include syllabi, class signments, sketches, drawings, and personal notes. Students' work includes masters theses and class assignments. Moore's involvement in Faculty Committees includes material on the proposed creation of a joint Master's program in Building Technology between the Department of Architecture and the Department of Civil Engineering. Included is an article on architectural education co-authored by Charles Moore.
C1: Administrative Records, 1957-1966, undated
C2 Correspondence and memoranda, 1959-1961
Correspondence and memoranda, 1962-1963
Correspondence and memoranda, 1964
Correspondence and memoranda, 1965
Correspondence and memoranda, 1966
C3 Correspondence and memoranda, undated
Correspondence with William Wurster, 1957-1964
Correspondence, search for new professor, 1963-1964
Financial records, 1964, undated
Building and research committee memoranda and notes, 1958-1960
C2: Course Materials, 1958-1965, undated
C3 Binder: Architecture 1N - 4N, 1960 (2 folders)
Architecture 1N, 2N, and 4N, 1960-1961
Landscape Architecture 100, 1963-1964
Architecture 101, 1959, 1960, 1964
Architecture 101, 102, and 103, 1964
Architecture 102, 1959, 1960, 1963, 1964, undated
C4 Architecture 107, 1962
Architecture 121, 1958-1962, undated
Architecture 122, 1958, 1960, 1961, undated
Architecture 126, 1961-1964, undated (includes 5 black and white photographs)
Architecture 128, 1962, 1963, 1965
Architecture 128, undated
C5 Architecture 133, 1964, undated
Architecture 198, 1966
Course materials, 1959-1965
City Planning Laboratory 100L, 1960, 1962, 1963
Housing Migratory Farm Labor Families Project, 1963-1965
C3: Faculty Committees, 1957-1964, undated
C5 Instructional and curricular material, 1957-1964
Graduate Studies Committee, 1964, 1965, undated
C4: Writings, 1963
C5 "Graduate Programs: The University of California" by Joseph Esherick, Sami Hassid, and Charles Moore, reprinted from the September 1963 Journal of the American Institute of Architects
C5: Students' Work, 1959-1982, undated
C5 "Creativity," A symposium of papers produced in Professor Eshrick's 198 course, 1962-1963
Student papers, Architecture 103, 1964
Student papers, Architecture 108, 1964
Student papers, Architecture 128, 1962, 1965
Student papers, Architecture 198, 1963, 1965
Edward Blair Allen, thesis, 1962
Val Charn, student paper, 1962
C6 Binder: Richard James Chylinski, thesis, 1962 (2 folders)
Susan Elizabeth Haviland, thesis, 1982
J.B. Ward Perkins, student paper, undated
C23 Hildegard Richardson, thesis, 1977
C6 Joseph Cho Wang, thesis, 1959
C23 Allison Grace Williams, thesis, 1972
First year design students class semester project, designing Third College at the University of California, San Diego, 1974, (2 copies)

Series D: Yale University, 1959-1984, undated
(1.08 lin. ft., 10 black and white contact sheets, 35 mm negatives)

The Yale subseries depicts Moore's time as both a professor and as Dean of the School of Architecture. Administrative papers and correspondence are arranged chronologically and illustrate Moore's daily duties, his financial records, his work with the Centro Interamericano de Vivienda y Planificacion Program (CINVA), an exchange program with the University of the Andes. The Committee papers depict Moore's involvement in the creation of an art library and his efforts to enhance the Yale graduate program. Course materials have been arranged by course and project, including a specialized class on the Bauhaus school of design and architecture. Students' Work, while less expansive than other sub-subseries, offers a written and photographic record of what Moore's students were producing during this period.
D1: Administrative Records, 1964-1967
C6 Correspondence, 1964-1965
Correspondence, Charles Moore's appointment to Yale, 1965
Correspondence, Aldo van Eyck, 1965-1968
Correspondence, University of the Andes Exchange Program (CINVA), 1965-1968
Report of the School of Architecture of the University of the Andes (in Spanish), undated
Report of the School of Architecture of the University of the Andes, Ninth National Congress of Architecture, undated
Correspondence, University of the Andes group visit, 1967
C7 Correspondence, 1966
Correspondence, 1967-1968
Correspondence, Fellows party, 1967
Correspondence, 1969-1974
Correspondence and printed material, 1977-1978, undated
Departmental expenses, 1967
Budgets (faculty salaries), 1964-1967
Faculty evaluations, undated
D2: Course Materials, 1959-1973, undated
C7 Course materials, 1959-1960
Course materials, 1961-1963
Course materials, 1964-1967
Course materials, 1973, undated
D3: Faculty Committees, 1965-1969
C8 Advisory Committee on Educational Films, 1966-1968
Library committee, 1965-1968, undated
Committee reports and notes, 1965-1969, undated
D4: Students' Works, 1966-1978, undated
C8 Fresh Air Fund camp facility in Dutchess County, New York, 1966-1967
Faculty and student project, neighborhood facilities grant proposal for Lower Grassy and Trace Branch Community Center in Whitesburg, Kentucky, 1968
Bauhaus seminar, 1970
T. Jeffery Clarke, student paper, 1976
Binder: Paul Goldberger, student paper, 1972
George Henry Johnson, student paper for Architecture 123, undated
Robert H. Kuehn, Jr., thesis proposal, 1968
John Marshall, student program of study and resume, circa 1967
Armen Odabashian, final exam, 1971
Unidentified student's work, undated
Unidentified students' work, photographic material (negatives and negative copies), undated

Series E: University of California, Los Angeles, 1975-1989, undated
(.75 lin. ft., 18 black and white photographs, 2 35 mm negatives)

The University of California, Los Angeles subseries contains correspondence, printed materials, creative works, handwritten notes and photographic material, created and gathered by Charles Moore while teaching at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning. The Administrative Records and the materials on Faculty Committees, organized by year from 1975 to 1989, document Moore's daily duties at the university. Of particular interest are the items of correspondence which highlight Moore's successful efforts to raise funds for the creation of the Edgardo Contini Lecture Series. Students' work includes short class papers, studio assignments, and thesis proposals.
E1: Administrative Records, 1975-1989, undated
C9 Correspondence, 1975-1983
Correspondence, 1984
Correspondence, 1985-1989
Correspondence, undated
E2: : Course Materials, 1980-1988, undated
C9 Course materials, 1984-1987, undated
Frankfurt competition, M.Arch II students, Spring 1980 (6 black and white photographs)
Arch 401-404, 1985-1986
Arch 289, Fall 1984, Spring 1986
Arch 444, Spring 1986
Studio 415, 1988
E3: Faculty Committees, 1984-1985, undated
C9 M.Arch 1 curriculum, 1984-1985, undated
E4: : Students' Work, 1976-1986, undated
C9 Papers and reports, undated
C10 AUP 289, Southern California Architecture, Fall 1983 [short papers]
Randolph Barlos, thesis project, undated
John Barton, undated
Carol R. Fisher, thesis project, 1986
Terry Weissman Knight, abstracts, 1980-1983
Mordoch, Arch 499, 1976 (inxcluding 10 black and white prints)
Akira Oshima, thesis, 1980
Nasser Rabbat, thesis, 1984
Donna Vaccarino, studio assignment, 1979 (including 2 black and white photographs and 2 35 mm negatives)
Frank Michael Wester, thesis, 1977

Series F: University of Texas at Austin, 1983-1993, undated
(3.08 lin. ft., 2 color photographs)

The University of Texas at Austin subseries makes up a large part of the Faculty series. The Administrative Records subseries demonstrates Moore's daily life as professor and the O'Neil Ford Centennial Chair in Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture (UTSOA). It is composed of memos, reports, official and personal correspondence related to his teaching, and university and departmental communications. Throughout the Administrative Papers are letters and application materials from prospective students around the world requesting admittance into the Charles W. Moore program. This portion of the materials is arranged chronologically. The Faculty Committees portion contains material pertaining to Moore's service on two committees during his time at the university (the Budget Council and the Graduate Study committees). Each or these groupings is arranged chronologically. The Course Materials section contains material from a variety of courses that Moore taught at the UTSOA. The Students' Work subseries contains papers, theses, and dissertations written by Moore's students.
F1: Administrative records, 1983-1993, undated
C10 Correspondence and memoranda, 1983-1984
Correspondence and memoranda, 1985
C11 Correspondence and memoranda, January-May 1986
Correspondence and memoranda, June-December 1986
Correspondence and memoranda, 1987
Correspondence and memoranda, 1988
Correspondence and memoranda, January-August 1989
Correspondence and memoranda, September-December 1989
C12 Correspondence and memoranda, January-May 1990
Correspondence and memoranda, June-August 1990
Correspondence and memoranda, September-December 1990
Correspondence and memoranda, January-February 1991
Correspondence and memoranda, March-May 1991
Correspondence and memoranda, June-August 1991
Correspondence and memoranda, September-December 1991
Correspondence and memoranda, January-August 1992
C13 Correspondence and memoranda, September-December 1992
Correspondence and memoranda, undated
Calendars, 1988-1991
UTSOA roster of faculty and staff, 1984-1991
Substantive Program Request: Proposal for a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin, 1988-1990
Financial records, 1985-1992
Writings on UT and Austin, 1980-1984
F2: Faculty Committees, 1986-1993, undated
C13 General Faculty, Faculty Senate, University Council, documents and proceedings, 1986-1993
Budget Council, 1986-1988
C14 Budget Council, 1989-1992
Graduate Studies Committee, 1984-1992, undated
Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 1990, undated
Landscape Architecture Advisory Board (University of Southern California School of Architecture), 1989-1990
F3: Presentations, 1990, 1992
C14 Introduction for Ricardo Legorreta, presentation notes, October 24, 1990
Dwelling Symposium, Center for American Architecture and Design, University of Texas at Austin, April 2-3, 1992
F4: Course Materials, 1984-1993
C14 Class rosters, Fall 1984-Fall 1992
Calendar, November 1989-December 1990
Course materials binder, 1986-1988
Teaching and research notes, 1984-1991, undated
Course materials and notes, 1988-1993, undated
ARC 380 Design Theory, 1986-1989, undated
ARC 380 Design Theory, student papers and exams, Spring 1986
ARC 380 Design Theory, student papers, Spring 1987 (1 color photograph)
C15 ARC 386M Design Theory [post professional seminar], 1989-1991
ARC 696 Advanced Architectural Design, 1992
ARC 697 Designs for the 1992 Chicago World's Fair, Fall 1987, Fall 1988, Fall 1989
ARC 697 Research Topics for Mexico (San Miguel de Allende), Fall 1988
ARC 697 ("Take Part" Community Design Project), Fall 1990
Post Professional Architecture and Urban Design Studio, 1985-1992
F5: Students' Work
C15 Student exhibition, 1986
Student interviews with Charles Moore, undated
Topics for Mexico (ARC 697), students papers, Fall 1988
Allison H. Anderson, thesis, 1989
John Matthew Anderson, thesis, 1989
Derek Barcinski, thesis proposal, 1990
Andrew W. Barnard, thesis, 1988
W.C. Bedell, Jr., student paper, 1988
C16 Brian John Black, student paper, 1986
Bonnie Bridges, thesis, 1989
Oscar Cardena, thesis draft, 1986
Sybil R. Case, student paper, 1986
Shang-Peng Oliver Chen, thesis, 1991
Yew-Kee Cheong, thesis, 1989
Tzuai Alvin Chou, thesis, 1990
Lee Cox, student paper, 1985
Ann Cuthbertson, student paper, 1987
Mohammad H. Dabbagh, thesis proposal, 1990
Peter Dixon, student paper, 1986
Lucia Maria Dunin-Borkowski, thesis, 1991
Harold C. Fleming, student paper, undated
Vicki Friberg, thesis, 1992
Birgit Gose, student paper, 1986
Rajesh Gulati, thesis, 1990
Michael Harper, student paper, undated
Robert Harris, thesis, 1992
W.O. Harrod, student paper, undated (1 color photograph)
Kenneth Geoffery Haskin, student paper, 1986
Chen-Hsin Hsiao, thesis, 1995
John C. Jackson, thesis, 1992
Joseph John, thesis, 1989
Tony Joseph, thesis, 1989
Koo-Sung Jung, thesis 1990
C23 Craig Knebel, student project, 1984
C16 Reed Kroloff, student paper, 1986
Katherine A. Liapi, thesis, 1989
Jamie Lofgren, thesis, 1987
John Loneragan, student paper, undated
C17 David Randall Maxwell, thesis proposal, 1987
Lee Maxwell, thesis proposal, 1988
Phillip Gunn Mead, thesis, 1991
Stephan Meyer-Brehm, student paper, 1986
Nailashamsi, thesis draft, 1991
Richard K. Pate, student paper, 1986
K.N. Rajalakshmi, student paper, undated
Manju Rao, thesis, 1997
Steve Ross, student paper, 1988
Elizabeth Ann Salaiz, thesis, 1988
Sandhya Savant, thesis, 1991
James Stryker Sessions, thesis, 1989
C23 Charles Edgar Sims, thesis, 1989
C18 Melita Tuschinski, student paper, 1986
Robert E. Veselka, thesis, 1993
Larry Wheat, student paper, 1986
Stephen W. Zagorski, thesis, 1991
Ernesto Zamarripa, student paper, 1992
Thesis proposals, 1990, undated

Series G: Research and Reference Notes, 1956-1992, undated
.7 lin. ft.

The Research and Reference Notes subseries is composed of notes, sketches, and articles relating to architectural topics that were assembled by Moore in the course of his academic life. The varied content of these records has been subdivided into two subseries: Articles and Reports and Graduate Programs and Curricula.
G: Research and Reference Notes, 1956-1992, undated
G1: Articles and Reports
C18 Architectural education articles, 1989, undated
Richard S. Levine, Taghi Radmard, and others, articles on sustainable cities, 1992, undated
Souheir El-Mabsout, student paper for Linda Schele's ARH 347L: The Art and Architecture of Mesoamerica, 1989
Laban Wingert; "Costilla, New Mexico, Plaza Rehabilitation and Development Program;" 1985, undated
Gwendolyn Wright and Janet Parks, editors. The History of History in American Schools of Architecture 1865-1975. New York, N.Y. : Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture and Princeton Architectural Press, c1990. [inscribed to Charles Moore, 1990]
Writings by Charles Moore's colleagues, 1981-1985, undated
G2: Graduate Programs and Curricular Issues
C19 Teaching assignments from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1975
Teaching assignments from Harvard University, 1986-1992
Newsletters and publications by schools of architecture, 1986-1990
Graduate program information, 1986-1996 (3 folders)
Graduate program information, 1986-1996 (continued)

Series H: Letters of Recommendation, 1950-1992, undated
1.25 lin. ft.

Materials include correspondence, forms, CVs and printed material relating to letters of recommendation written by Moore from 1952 to 1992. Letter arranged alphabetically were found in binders. The remainder of the letters are arranged chronologically. This subseries include letters Moore wrote, colleagues' requests for faculty suggestions, thank-you notes for recommendations, and correspondence related to other professional requests. There is significant material from 1988 concerning Joe Esherick's candidacy for the Gold Medal of the American Institute of Architects.
H: Letters of Recommendation, 1950-1992, undated
C20 Letters of recommendation, A-K, 1968-1970
Letters of recommendation, L-Z, 1968-1970
Letters of recommendation, A-N, 1975-1978, 1980-1982, 1989
Letters of recommendation, O-Z, 1975-1978, 1980-1982, 1989
Letters of recommendation, 1952-1978
Letters of recommendation, 1981-1985
Letters of recommendation, 1986
C21 Letters of recommendation, 1987
Letters of recommendation, 1988 (2 folders)
Letters of recommendation, 1989 (3 folders)
C22 Letters of recommendation, 1990 (3 folders)
Letters of recommendation, 1991 (3 folders)
Letters of recommendation, 1992
Letters of recommendation, undated