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Collection of materials from graphic designer Matthew Leibowitz (1918-1974), including advertisements, publications, publicity material, project artwork, correspondence, paintings, and photographs.
Collection of materials from graphic designer Will Burtin, (1908- 1972). Includes extensive client project files and documentation (sketches, mechanicals, models, printed samples, photographs), business and professional correspondence, financial records, publications, personal papers, exhibit plans, and audio/visual materials.
Collection of materials from graphic designer Lester Beall. The collection includes client correspondence, client publications, portfolios, and writings on and by Beall. Awards, speeches, exhibitions, business records are also included in the collection.
Collection of materials from graphic designer Tom Carnase. Includes correspondence, photographs, slides, tear sheets, printed ephemera, drawings, and other graphic materials covering the professional life and work of the lettering artist, type and logo designer, typographer, and art director Tom Carnase.
The Hans Barschel collection contains the personal writings, correspondence, photographs, client files, and select artworks of noted graphic designer Hans Barschel. Baschel was a faculty member at the Rochester Institute of Technology from 1952 to 1976.
The collection contains correspondence, photographs and contact sheets for various clients, cassette tapes from classes Brodovitch taught, and exhibition materials from reowned art director Alexey Brodovitch.
The Ladislav Sutnar collection is comprised of correspondence, biographical files, bibliographic files and client files as well as gifts from Elaine Lustig Cohen, and the Smithsonian Institution, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.
The Joyce Morrow collection consists of correspondence, photographs, ephemera, and publications related to graphic design in the twentieth century which she collected during her career. She worked at various design firms, eventually becoming the Executive Director at the American Institute of Graphic Arts in New York.
The Troller collection was donated by Beatrice Troller in 2005 and includes material ranging from sketches, mock-ups and proofs along with final printed projects including book jackets, promotional materials, packaging and posters.