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Street Studies

Street Studies

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People

  • Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (creator)
  • Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (archive creator)

Title

Street Studies

Dates of creation

1970-1973

Description

Notes of meetings; drafts; reports; survey.

Level of archival description

Sub-series 3

Extent and Medium

  • 5 files

Scope and Content

Sub-series documents street study projects undertaken by the IAUS. Material in sub-series was produced between 1970 and 1973.

Sub-series contains notes of meetings, drafts, reports, survey.

Reference Number

AP057.S2.SS3

Related units of description

  • Textual documents in file ARCH153877 (sub-series AP057.S4.SS4) also contain information relevant to sub-series AP057.S2.SS3.

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    • Reference Number: ARCH153561
    • Title: IAUS Kansas City [street project], 1970
    • Form: textual records
    • Catalogued items within this file 2

    People:

    • Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (archive creator)

    Description:

    Handwritten notes on yellow paper: analysis of the map of the city, population, history, etc.
    Street Project, Meeting of September 25 1970; "Attempt at a definition of 'Compartmentalization'', Betsy Cromley
    Texaco map of Kansas City

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 file(s)

    Folder Number:

    B3-1

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    • Reference Number: ARCH153562
    • Title: HUD team reports (IAUS “Street” project), 1970
    • Form: textual records
    • Catalogued items within this file 6

    People:

    • Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (archive creator)

    Description:

    Blackboard Outline, October 2 1970, with handwritten notes on Susan's and Stan's outlines
    Duarte Cabral de Mello, September 23 1970
    Peter Wolf, September 2, 1970
    Czarnowski, October 1 1970
    S. Anderson, October 2 1970
    G.A. Gale, October 2 1970
    Meeting, September 18 1970
    October 6 : a) Uses of street; b) Street as symbol; c) Public-Private; d) Stress; e) Physical properties

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 file(s)

    Folder Number:

    B3-2

    Objects that have been catalogued:

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    • Reference Number: ARCH153564
    • Title: HUD project, Binghamton Street Study and Miscellaneous documents
    • Dates of creation: 1970-1973
    • Form: textual records
    • Catalogued items within this file 36

    People:

    • Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (archive creator)

    Description:

    Financial reports and budgets, 1972-1973
    HUD project, Binghamton Street Study - Correspondence 1970- 1972: Budget Phase 2 & Phase 3 - Resident User Survey: Questionaire & Tabulation of Survey Results PDE's handwritten notes on finances procedures
    Progress on the Spring Lecture Series
    IAUS internal memoranda
    Correspondence with IAUS guest lecturers & attorneys
    Minutes of IAUS Fellows meeting: September 20 1972
    Correspondence with Arthur Drexler, MoMA about Low Rise High Density exhibition
    Curriculum vitae of Carol Woodward
    Syllabus, Architecture A4790x : "Architecture and Industrial Society", Columbia University
    Teaching schedule

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 file(s)

    Related units of description:

    • Textual documents in sub-series AP057.S2.SS5 also contain relevant information to file ARCH153564.

    Folder Number:

    B3-4

    Objects that have been catalogued:

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    • Reference Number: ARCH153565
    • Title: Landuse Aspirations Stated
    • Form: textual records
    • Catalogued items within this file 0

    People:

    • Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (archive creator)

    Description:

    Landuse Aspirations and assumptions - Goals and intentions Headings: Columbia; South Hampshire; Harvard; Milton Keynes; Toulouse.

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 file(s)

    Folder Number:

    B3-5

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    • Reference Number: ARCH280789
    • Title: Streets Phases 1-2 / Analysis - Postulations
    • Dates of creation: 1972-1973
    • Form: textual records
    • Catalogued items within this file 1

    People:

    • Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (archive creator)

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 File

    Extent and Medium:

    • 1 textual document

    Credit line:

    Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal;
    Don de Eisenman Architects/
    Gift of Eisenman Architects

    Folder Number:

    B3-3

    Objects that have been catalogued:

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