A Guide to the IAWA Small Collections, 1907-2013 IAWA Small Collections, Ms2009-054

A Guide to the IAWA Small Collections, 1907-2013

A Collection in
Special Collections
Collection Number Ms2009-054


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Processed by: Sherrie A. Bowser, Archivist, Special Collections

Repository
Special Collections, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.
Collection Number
Ms2009-054
Title
IAWA Small Collections, 1907-2013
Physical Characteristics
31.9 cu. ft. 22 boxes; 40 oversize folders
Language
English, Albanian, Bulgarian, Czech, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish
Abstract
The IAWA Small Collections was compiled from a variety of sources by Special Collections staff for use in reference and research. The collection consists primarily of biographical materials for women architects, architectural historians, and designers including curriculum vitas, firm brochures, exhibit notices, photographs, and publications. Drawings, sketches, course notes, correspondence, and other materials pertaining to architectural collections are also present.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish material from the IAWA Small Collections must be obtained from Special Collections, Virginia Tech.

Preferred Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: IAWA Small Collections, Ms2009-054 - Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.

Acquisition Information

The IAWA Small Collections is an artificial collection compiled by Special Collections in 2009.

Alternative Form Available

The Special Collections Imagebase contains digital images from the following collections:

Brians, Audrey papers, 1951-1952, 2001-2002, 2008

Driskel, Jean Roth papers, 1949-1958, 1968-1971

Galster, Gertrud publications, 1963-1988

Keichline, Anna Wagener papers, 1991-2004

Lari, Yasmeen curriculum vitae and CD, 1992, 2003

Marquard, Claudia posters, 1998

Marshall-Baker, Anna papers, 1997

Speigel, Susan postcards, 1985

Stan, Sally Bould biographical material, 1972, 2006, 2008

Steinmesch, H. May papers, 1946, 1967-1968 and undated

Sutton, Sharon E. artwork, 1976-1979, 1999

Processing Information

The processing, arrangement and description of the IAWA Small Collections commenced in July, 2009 and was completed in September, 2009. The bulk of the material came from the IAWA One Folder Collections and other small, mostly biographical collections deemed by Special Collections staff to be more accessible in the artificial collection format. The original accession and manuscript numbers were retained and are enclosed in brackets on the individual folders.

Historical Information

The International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA), established in 1985, is a joint program of the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. The purpose of the Archive is to document the history of women's involvement in architecture by collecting, preserving, storing, and making available to researchers the professional papers of women architects, landscape architects, designers, architectural historians and critics, urban planners, and the records of women's architectural organizations.

Scope and Content

The IAWA Small Collections was compiled from a variety of sources by Special Collections staff for use in reference and research. The collection consists primarily of biographical materials for women architects, architectural historians, and designers including curriculum vitas, firm brochures, exhibit notices, photographs, and publications. Drawings, sketches, course notes, correspondence, and other materials pertaining to architectural collections are also present.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged alphabetically into three series Persons and Associations, Publications, and Subject Files.

Related Material

Several collections within IAWA Small Collections relate to larger holdings within the IAWA. A see also note located within the collection's description will alert the researcher to additional materials.

Separated Material

These publications were cataloged separately in the Addison library catalog, and are available through the Special Collections Reading Room:

American Architectural Foundation. That Exceptional One: Women in American Architecture, 1888-1988. Washington, D.C.: American Architectural Foundation, 1988. NA1997 .T47 1988 c.3

Bay, Helle. Women in Danish Architecture. København: Arkitektens, 1991. NA1997.W66 1991

Gruft, Andrew. Patkau Architects. Barcelona: Gustavo Gili, 1997.

Khazanova, Vigdalia. Soviet architecture during the first years after the October, 1917-1925. 1970.

Mang, Karl, and Wend Fischer. The Shakers: Life and Production of a Community in the Pioneering Days of America : an Exhibition by the Neue Sammlung, Munich : [Catalogue. Munich: Die Neue Sammlung, 1974.

Markelin, Ulla. Profiles: Pioneering Women Architects from Finland. [Helsinki]: Museum of Finnish Architecture, 1983. NA1455.F5 P76 1983 c.3

Matrix (Organization). Making Space: Women and the Man-Made Environment. London: Pluto Press, 1984.

Matrix (Group), and Greater London Council. Building for Childcare: Making Better Buildings for the Under-5s. [London?]: Published jointly by Matrix and GLC Women's Committee, 1986.

Sundt, Elise, and Monika Klenovec. Ziviltechnikerinnen. Wr. Neustadt [Austria]: Druck- und Verlagsanstalt Gutenberg, 1982. NA1997 .Z58 1982 c.3

Winter, Friedrich Gottlieb Maximiliam. Bauten und Ziele. Krefeld: Scherpe, 1970.


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Adjunct Descriptive Data

Contents List

Persons and Associations
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Publications
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Subject Files
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Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

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