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Papers, [1893-1970].

Author: Hugh Morrison; Philip Aylwin White; Dartmouth College. Class of 1926.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The papers contain the final typescript draft of Morrison's book, Louis Sullivan: prophet of modern architecture; four notebooks with drafts of his book, American architecture: the colonial and Georgian periods (published as Early American architecture from the first colonial settlements to the national period); one notebook with work prints for the section on colonial architecture and a set of illustrations from
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Genre/Form: Final drafts
Drafts (documents)
Notebooks
Photographs
Illustrations (layout features)
Work prints
Scrapbooks
Lecture notes
Correspondence
Named Person: Hugh Morrison; Louis H Sullivan
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Morrison; Philip Aylwin White; Dartmouth College. Class of 1926.
OCLC Number: 237360326
Notes: Holographs, signed; holographs; typescripts, signed; typescripts with ms. notations and corrections; typescripts.
Description: 9 boxes (11.25 linear ft.)
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The papers contain the final typescript draft of Morrison's book, Louis Sullivan: prophet of modern architecture; four notebooks with drafts of his book, American architecture: the colonial and Georgian periods (published as Early American architecture from the first colonial settlements to the national period); one notebook with work prints for the section on colonial architecture and a set of illustrations from Early American architecture; and a notebook with a general index for the book. Also included are a notebook with photographs and manuscript notes for the book, Early houses of Norwich, Vermont, a notebook of general correspondence, and two notebooks with correspondence regarding requests for photographs and permissions to publish.

A 1999 addendum includes correspondence, notes, slide lists, lecture notes, and other Dartmouth College course materials, as well as photographs and scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, drafts of Morrison's writings, and illustrations for his books. The papers document Morrison's personal life and professional career, including his involvement with the Early Sites Foundation, his teaching career at Dartmouth College in the geography and art and archaeology departments, and his authorship of different books and notes on various architects. Of note is a complete collection of his undergraduate letters from Dartmouth. Also of interest are extensive documents regarding the Early Sites Foundation, and a rough copy of Morrison's The history of art. There are also documents relating to the Great Issues lectures at Dartmouth, which Morrison helped organize.

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