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January 30–May 2, 2010, curated by Martha Tedeschi, shown in the Jean and Steven Goldman Prints and Drawings Galleries in the Richard and Mary L. Gray Wing
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: Modern in America: Works on Paper, 1900-1950s
February 1–June 2, 2013, curated by Emily Vokt Ziemba, with Mark Pascale, shown in the Jean and Steven Goldman Prints and Drawings Galleries in the Richard and Mary L. Gray Wing
Departmental Gallery Exhibition: The Artist and the Poet
Thomas R. Burleigh (1919-2007).
Untitled Essay, September 18, 1998.
As an undergraduate architecture student at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in the early 1940s,...
01. Thomas R. Burleigh <em>Untitled Essay</em>.
Asbestos—a word now synonymous with “carcinogen”—has been used for a variety of purposes for thousands of years. Ancient Greeks and Romans referred to the material as “the magic...
01. "Asbestoseal." The Master Mechanics Company; Cleveland, OH; c.1920-1922.
Attempts to harness the sun’s energy and blunt its potential harms have long been part of the architectural design process. Though research on developing solar cells began as early as the 19th...
08. "Solar Houses: An Architectural Lift in Living." Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company; Toledo, OH; 1944.
Popular 1960s office colors included the primaries, avocado, gold, turquoise, orange and brown. The use of bolder colors was “perhaps a reflection of the tumultuous times.”...
03. [Cubicle curtains sample]. General Cubicle Company; Ambler, PA; c.1960s.
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