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- Architectural drawings (visual works) 6
- Correspondence 6
- Black-and-white photographs 5
- Architecture -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- New York (State) -- Buffalo 4
- Buffalo (N.Y.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. 4
- Clippings (information artifacts) 4
- Darwin D. Martin House (Buffalo, N.Y.) 4
- Architecture -- New York (State) -- Buffalo 3
- Architecture -- United States -- History -- 20th century 3
- Architecture, Modern -- 20th century 3
- Blueprints (reprographic copies) 3
- Color photographs 3
- Color slides 3
- Larkin Building (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- Photographs 3
- Schools of architecture -- New York (State) -- Buffalo -- Students 3
- Architecture -- Buffalo (N.Y.) 2
- Architecture, American -- Study and teaching 2
- Oral histories (document genres) 2
- diazotypes (copies) 2 + ∧ less
- University Archives 21
- Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959 14
- Martin, D.D. (Darwin D.) 10
- Darwin D. Martin House (Buffalo, N.Y.) 7
- Graycliff (Derby, N.Y.) 7
- Martin, Darwin R. (Darwin Reidpath) 4
- State University of New York at Buffalo 4
- State University of New York at Buffalo. School of Architecture and Environmental Design 4
- Larkin Co. 3
- State University of New York at Buffalo. School of Architecture and Planning 3
- Foster, Dorothy Martin 2
- Fuermann, Henry 2
- Lang, O.S. 2
- Larkin Soap Company 2
- Martin, Isabelle R. (Isabelle Reidpath) 2
- Martin, William E. 2
- Mueller, Louise 2
- Tafel, Edgar 2
- Aronoff, Jason 1 + ∧ less
Architectural and landscape plans for the Darwin D. Martin House and Graycliff, the summer home of the Darwin D. Martin family which were designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Documents "Buffalo: The Industrial Heritage", a summer course taught by Reyner Banham in 1977. Contents include contemporary and historic photographs of Buffalo's industrial buildings (including the Larkin Complex) and field notes.
Documents the life and work of the first American professional woman architect, Louise Blanchard Bethune. Includes records on the Bethune and Dubke families, the life and work of Dr. Charles William Bethune (Louise Bethune's son), and photographs of the Blanchard family.
The papers of Walter Bird, founder of Birdair, Inc. and a pioneer of lightweight structural design, consist primarily of his professional activities.
Contained in this collection are clippings mostly from local newspapers which deal with the history of Western New York and the City of Buffalo.
Collection of materials from former Dean of the State University of New York at Buffalo's School of Architecture and Environmental Design, Harold L. Cohen and his wife Mary D. Cohen. Includes extensive project files (sketches, reports, designs, photographs), business and professional correspondence, publications, personal papers, exhibits and exhibit plans, and audio/visual materials.
Records of the Friends of the Darwin D. Martin House, including earlier correspondence and documents of the Office of the President of the State University of New York at Buffalo and the UB Alumni Association concerning efforts to preserve and restore the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York.
Construction photographs for Graycliff, the summer home of the Darwin D. Martin family which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Historic American Building survey drawings, Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo, New York
Collection contains architectural drawings from the Historic American Buildings Survey of the Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo, New York, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1904.
Architectural plans for the Larkin Company's administration building which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin and O.S. Lang, the general contractor for the Martin House, and correspondence of Martin and Lang with suppliers of building materials and furnishings for the Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York.
Documentation for the project sponsored by the Western New York Library Resources Council to digitize the photographs kept by the Darwin D. Martin family depicting the Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, New York, and their summer house, "Graycliff", in Derby, New York, both designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and photographs of the Martin family.
Papers, circa 1878 to 1935, of Darwin D. Martin (1865-1935) of Buffalo, New York, an official of the Larkin Company and an early client of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Oral history interviews with persons associated with the Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo, New York, and other buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Reference files created by Mrs. Martin Meyerson and University Archives staff useful for documenting the furnishing of the Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo, New York.
Photographs kept by the Darwin D. Martin family depicting the Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, New York, and their summer house, "Graycliff", in Derby, New York, both designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and photographs of the Martin family.
Papers of J.J. Polivka, internationally renowned Czechoslovakian structural engineer. Collection documents his collaboration with Frank Lloyd Wright on many of Wright's later projects including the Guggenheim Museum, and the proposed Butterfly Bridge. Collection consists of correspondence, clippings, drawings, publications, photographs and photograph negatives.
The collection includes School of Architecture and Environmental Design Accreditation evaluation reports, correspondence, and memorandum.
Contains administrative histories, clippings, miscellaneous printed material regarding events, etc., and reports from the School of Architecture and Planning, and its predecessor, the School of Architecture and Environmental Design.
A collection of student projects, School of Architecture and Planning.
Organizational papers documenting the religious and community activities of Temple Beth Zion synagogue. Includes photographs, ledgers, scrapbooks, correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, flyers, certificates, architectural drawings and special format or oversize materials dating from 1864 to 2008. Includes materials created by auxiliaries, religious school, leadership, administration and clergy.
Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family.