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James R. Doman Jr. architectural drawings and reports, 1970-2001 [Avery]
... mentor, John Louis Wilson, Jr., the first African American graduate of Columbia University's School of Architecture in 1928, was one of the primary architects of the housing complex. By the early 1970s...

J. Max Bond Jr. papers, 1955-2009 [Avery]
..., Jr., one of the most influential and prominent African-American architects and educators in the United States. The collection primarily documents Bond’s professional activities rather than his building...

La Guardia Memorial House records, 1899-1993 [RBML]
.... During the 1920s and 30s East Harlem's demography began to shift as Puerto Ricans and African-Americans moved into the neighborhood. Many other ethnic groups remained as well reflected by a 1926 news...

Union Settlement Association records, 1896-1995 [RBML]
... building was erected and opened in 1913. During the 1920s and '30s East Harlem's demography began to change as African-Americans and Puerto Ricans moved into the neighborhood. A significant number of Italian...

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