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Harold Van Buren Magonigle papers, 1894-1939,

Author: Harold Van Buren MagonigleGrosvenor AtterburyRalph Adams CramPaul Philippe CretWilliam H CrockerAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Summary:
Collection consists of Magonigle's correspondence, writings, architectural papers, photographs, sketches, and printed matter.
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Genre/Form: Architectural drawings
Photographic prints
Sketches
Named Person: Harold Van Buren Magonigle
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Van Buren Magonigle; Grosvenor Atterbury; Ralph Adams Cram; Paul Philippe Cret; William H Crocker; Leslie Devereux; Cass Gilbert; Thomas Hastings; C Grant La Farge; Edith Magonigle; Graham Phillips Stevens; Egerton Swartout; Harry F Waltman; Walter Ross Baumes Willcox
OCLC Number: 122615875
Description: 4 linear feet (10 boxes, 1 oversize folder)

Abstract:

Collection consists of Magonigle's correspondence, writings, architectural papers, photographs, sketches, and printed matter.

Includes general and personal correspondence with colleagues, academic figures and editors; correspondence and related papers, 1912-1928, as president of the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects and as president of the American Academy in Rome Association of Alumni; and papers, 1901-1907, relating to the William McKinley Memorial in Canton, Ohio, which Magonigle designed; typescripts of his principal works on the history, theory and technique of art; his plays; articles published in architectural journals; addresses and lectures; photographs and pencil sketches of some of his designs; personal papers and printed matter. Also, correspondence and related papers of his wife, Edith Marion Day Magonigle, a painter and sculptor.

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