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The collection contains work by Austrian architect Maria Aubock and includes an exhibition catalog, fliers, speaking notes from a conference, a magazine with an article by Aubock, and a competition catalog with an intro by Aubock. Also included are 2 color publications, three folded color brochures, and one smaller catalog.
This collection contains German cosmologist Hermann Fricke's manuscript of "Eine Neue Sonnentheorie" from 1932 utilizes Sir William Siemens and William Herschel's ideas on sun spots and the solar corona to suggest new theoretical perspectives on the sun's relationship to the atmosphere.
The collection consists of a recipe book handwritten in German.
The collection consists of biographical information, postcards, watercolor photographs, and architectural drawings for projects mostly in Germany.
Claire Rufer-Eckmann (1914-1974) was an architect in Bern, Switzerland. The collection consists of architecture class notes taken by Rufer-Eckmann at l'École Polytechnique Federale de Zurich, 1928-1935, original sketches and a report on her travels in Sweden and Finland in the late 1930s, and over forty working drawings created by her as part of SAFFA 58, an exhibition of women's roles in Switzerland.
The SAFFA was a Swiss fair exhibition on women in Zurich, Switzerland, that was built by Swiss women architects. The Saffa 58 Architectural Drawings consist of sixty-three drawings of the buildings for the 1958 fair, including the collaborative work of Claire Rufer-Eckmann, Beate Billeter, Verena Fuhrimann, Jetti Judin-Mutzenberg, and Annemarie Hubacher-Constam.
This collection includes a student portfolio of Lilia Sofer Skala, who studied architecture at the University of Dresden from 1915 to 1920. Consists of her work as a student, including architectural drawings, sketches, photographs, and watercolor paintings, copies of her academic records, and other printed material.
Elise Sundt (1928- ) was an architect in Vienna, Austria. She studied at the Technical University of Vienna, graduating with a diploma in Architecture in 1952. Sundt’s collection includes professional papers, publications, and documentation of exhibits from her professional career. Materials range in date from 1972-1988.
Born in 1952 in Gdynia, Poland; Maria von der Weppen studied in Poland and Norway before beginning her career in Germany. She specialized in reconstructing buildings in East Germany damaged by the war as well as new residential and office construction. Collection consist of drawings, project records, photographs, and articles relating to von der Weppen's work.
The collection includes correspondence to and from Lillian C. Weaver. Letters are from family, friends and colleagues. There are also photographs, invitations, play and commencement programs, and a brochure for Ms. Weaver's School for Girls.
- Language: German X
- Women -- History 10
- International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA) 9
- Architectural drawing -- 20th century 3
- History of Women in Architecture 3
- Architects 2
- Architects -- Switzerland 2
- Architectural drawings (visual works) 2
- History of Food and Drink 1
- Photographs 1
- Science and Technology 1
- Watercolors (paintings) 1
- Women-owned architectural firms 1 ∧ less
- English 2
- French 1
- Rufer-Eckmann, Claire, 1914-1974 2
- Aubock, Maria, 1951- 1
- Billeter, Beate 1
- Fricke, Hermann, 1876-1949 1
- Fuhrimann, Verena 1