University of Kansas. School of Architecture and Urban Design
Found in 6 Records:
Thihs collection contains student papers on local history, with emphasis on architecture.
Kahn taught in the School of Architecture and Design at the University of Kansas from 1968-1991. This collection consists of correspondence, conferences and design programs, and information about the Environmental Research Foundation.
Beal taught in the School of Architecture at the University of Kansas from 1923-1970. This collection contains notebooks, photographs, sketches, records and correspondence.
This collection contains the professional and personal papers of architect, professor, and former chair of the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Design, Kent Spreckelmeyer. The collection includes records related to his teaching, research, and professional service, as well as to his graduate studies and Air Force career.
This collection contains assorted papers of architect and Kansas University professor William Max Lucas. It includes personal and Kansas University correspondence; architecture class outlines, notes, syllabi, tests and their keys, hand typed/written by Lucas; and project proposals, research done for said projects, and related papers.
This record group comprises the records of the University of Kansas' School of Architecture and Design, including administrative records, student files, and other materials regarding the School and specific programs and units within the School.