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James Wilder Green papers, 1950-2003 (inclusive),

Author: James Wilder Green
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The James Wilder Green papers document Green's architectural commissions from 1950-2003. While Green never worked full-time as an architect, he was trained at Yale by Louis Kahn and apprenticed with Philip Johnson in New York and Paul Rudolph in Florida. His services as a residential and furniture designer were in demand by friends and family, and he also redesigned several galleries and museum exhibition spaces.
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Named Person: James Wilder Green
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James Wilder Green
OCLC Number: 702199583
Language Note: The materials are in English.
Description: 53.5 linear feet (19 boxes)
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The James Wilder Green papers document Green's architectural commissions from 1950-2003. While Green never worked full-time as an architect, he was trained at Yale by Louis Kahn and apprenticed with Philip Johnson in New York and Paul Rudolph in Florida. His services as a residential and furniture designer were in demand by friends and family, and he also redesigned several galleries and museum exhibition spaces.

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