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Ali Tayar Archive

Identifier: AKDC-2017-0003

The Ali Tayar Archive covers many of the works of the late architect and designer Ali Tayar. Present in the collection are records concerning works of architecture, interior design, and furniture/product design. Also included are works from design competitions, special projects, publicity materials, ephemera, and photographic materials.

Dates: 1983-2016; Majority of material found within 1994-2014

Beatrice and Stephen Erdely personal archives

Identifier: MC-0753
Abstract This collection documents the professional careers of Stephen and Beatrice Erdely. Stephen Erdely was a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 1973-1991 and an ethnomusicologist. Stephen conducted extensive research into Hungarian folk music in America and performed widely with his wife, Beatrice, as the Erdely Duo. Beatrice Erdely was an acclaimed concert pianist and educator. Materials in this collection comprise recordings, research notes, recital programs,...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1940 - 2002

Otto Piene personal archives

Identifier: MC-0745
Scope and Contents This collection is divided into seven series. The two largest series are Series 2: Correspondence and Travel Materials, and Series 6: Writings and Publications. Below is a brief summary of each series.Series 1 is titled Biographical Material and Artwork and dates from 1972 to 2008. It includes, artwork such as sketchbooks, sketches and maps for the Munich Olympics, and glass prisms used in installations. There is also a large calendar from the year 2000 that features portraits...
Dates: 1956 - 2010

Photographs of Kashmir

Identifier: AKDC-2019-0001-0001
Scope and Contents Appears to be a volume, or part of a volume, of photographs of Kashmir. Has not yet been compared with the numerous Samuel Bourne photographic albums and/or volumes published online by The J. Paul Getty Museum. May be described or identified further as additional information becomes known. The language of image captions may be Dutch, or German. There are images of nature, trees, mountains, gardens, including Shalimar Gardens, also bridges, towns, and architecture. The pages are held...
Dates: 1890

Roman Jakobson papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MC-0072
Abstract This collection documents the career of Roman Jakobson. Jakobson was Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and General Linguistics at Harvard University from 1949 until becoming emeritus in 1965. He was concurrently, appointed in April 1957, Visiting Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for 1957-1958, reappointed Visiting Institute Professor for a six month period beginning July 1958. He continued in his role at MIT until he became...
Dates: 1908 - 1982

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