Administrative and Office Records

Administrative and Office Records

Part of


  • Peter Eisenman (creator)
  • Eisenman Architects (architectural firm)
  • Eisenman/Robertson Architects (architectural firm)
  • Eisenman/Trott Architects (architectural firm)
  • Peter Eisenman (archive creator)


Administrative and Office Records

Dates of creation


Level of archival description

Series 8

Extent and Medium

  • 19.43 l.m. of textual records
  • 2 boxes of models
  • 1 floppy disk

Scope and Content

Serie documents administrative and office records of Peter Eisenman from 1968 to 2006.

Reference Number



Material in this series was arranged by format.


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