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Burnham Library-University of Illinois project to microfilm architectural documentation daybooks collection, 1950-1952.

Author: John G ReplingerGeorge C WinteroudLouis H SullivanDavid AdlerS S BemanAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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During the early 1950s, the Burnham Library at The Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Illinois co-sponsored a project to microfilm architectural drawings by Chicago architects or of Chicago buildings. This collection includes the daybooks kept by John Replinger and George C. Winteroud during the course of the project. Entries record the selection, repair, and transportation of drawings, and the editing  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John G Replinger; George C Winteroud; Louis H Sullivan; David Adler; S S Beman; Daniel Hudson Burnham; George Grant Elmslie; George Feick; Marion Mahony Griffin; Walter Burley Griffin; W L B Jenney; Richard E Schmidt; Burnham Library of Architecture.; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.; Adler and Sullivan.; Burnham and Root.; D.H. Burnham & Co.; Jenney & Mundie.; Schmidt, Garden and Martin.
OCLC Number: 80769897
Description: 1 box (0.2 linear ft.)

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During the early 1950s, the Burnham Library at The Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Illinois co-sponsored a project to microfilm architectural drawings by Chicago architects or of Chicago buildings. This collection includes the daybooks kept by John Replinger and George C. Winteroud during the course of the project. Entries record the selection, repair, and transportation of drawings, and the editing of the film. Also included is documentation of interviews conducted during the project.

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