[Architecture] [Donohoe, Victoria, et al.]
Archive Relating to Architecture
Assembled by Victoria Donohoe, ca. 1960- 2010. Relating to the "Philadelphia School" of architects, as well as other, primarily American, architects. Including correspondence (typed letters signed, etc.), brochures, documents, press releases, periodical material, photos, and Donohoe's manuscript notes. Numerous architects and architectural firms represented, including: Carlos J. Alvare, John Blatteau, John T. Brugger, Jr., Bohlin, Powell, Larkin, Cywinski, Albert F. Dagit, John F. Haberson, Henry J. Magazines, Mitchell/ Giurgola, Norman N. Rice, Wolfgang Rapp. Archive also includes a file of secondary material relating to Louis I. Kahn, as well as a file of material relating to architects and architecture of Montgomery Country, Pennsylvania ca. 1880-1980. Four file boxes of material with over 1,000 items.
Victoria Donohoe (1929-2018), was a freelance art critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer from 1962 to 2012, artist, historian. Instrumental in placing Narbrook Park in Narberth, Pennsylvania on the U. S. Register of Historic Places.
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