Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Architecture
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Materials in the Collection on Désiré Despradelle date from 1873 to 1913. The collection comprises an scrapbook (104 pages) including paper items, paper labels and photographs. The collection also includes articles and pamphlets about Despradelle.
The Experimental Music Studio recordings is a collection of reel to reel audio tapes produced by students and staff involved with MIT's Experimental Music Studio and with the New England Conservatory. The physical materials in the collection are reel to reel audio tapes in 7” and 10.5” reels, using ¼”, ½”, and 1” tape. Some recordings have been digitized thank to a CLIR Recordings at Risk grant in 2020.
This collection contains personal and professional papers of Frederick J. Adams, a professor of the Department of Architecture, and later the Department of City and Regional Planning at MIT. A small number of reports and administrative records of the MIT Department of City and Regional Planning, 1937-1969, and its successor, the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, are included in the collection.
This collection contains faculty records kept by the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
This collection comprises student counseling records kept by the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) up until 1960.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Visual Arts Program records contain documents and records generated by the program in the course of its operations from 1989 - 2009. The physical materials in the collection include DVDs, mini cassette tapes, paper materials like theses and student portfolios, binders holding course information, and some mixed materials of a non-traditional format.
The Samauel Zisman papers contain notes and correspondence about design in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Architecture.