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Bauhaus student work, 1919-1933

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Series I. Preliminary course, 1919-1931, n.d. 131.0 items
Series contains 131 items, including drawings, photographs of work, notebooks, and collages by students working under Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, and Josef Albers. Students include: Gerd Balzer (2), Schlomo Ben-David (2), Otti Berger (1), Max Bill (2), Heinrich Bormann (1), Hinrich Bredendieck (1), Alma Buscher (1), Karl Cieluszek (6), Erich Comeriner (1), Erich Cönsmüller (9), Alfred Ehrhardt (11), Gustav Hassenpflug (1), Walter Kaminski (1), Friedly Kessinger (2), Hugo Körte (1), Lothar Lang (1), Heinz Loew (1), Gerda Marx (4), Takehito Mizutani (2), Erich Mrozek (8), Gertrud Preiswerk (11), Hilde Reindl (5), Albert Renger-Patzsch (3), Philip Tolziner (1), Gertrud Ursula Weiss (Schneider) (4), and unknown students (29). The six notebooks on courses include three kept by Hilde Reindl on Paul Klee's course, 1927; one by Erich Comeriner on Wassily Kandisky's course, 1927 and one on Laszlo Moholy-Nagy and Paul Klee's course, 1927; and one by Vincent Weber, for Johannes Itten's course, ca. 1919-1923.
Box Folder
1 1 Erich Comeriner, 1927
1 notebook on Wassily Kandinsky's course, summer semester.
1 2 Erich Comeriner, 1927
1 notebook on Laszlo Moholy-Nagy and Paul Klee's course, winter semester.
1 3 Friedly Kessinger, 1929-1930
1 original folder titled "Grundlehre Materialübungen," annotated with date and teacher's name (empty).
1 4 Friedly Kessinger, , n.d. 1929-1930?
Material from the folder "Grundlehre Materialübungen": 1 p. notes, 7 color and textures studies for Josef Albers' course.
1 5 Friedly Kessinger, 1929-1930
1 collage on wood; 1 collage of chocolate wrappers on cloth-covered board.
1 6 Hilde Reindl, 1927
1 notebook for Paul Klee's course.
1 7 Hilde Reindl, 1927
1 notebook for Paul Klee's course.
1 8 Hilde Reindl, 1927
1 notebook for Paul Klee's course with 1 p. notes and 8 p. photocopy of notes.
1 9 Hilde Reindl, ca. 1927
5 color studies for Paul Klee's course.
1 10 Vincent Weber, ca. 1919-1923
1 notebook on color "nach professor Hoelzel" [Adolf Hölzel], from Johannes Itten's Preliminary Course, with typescript notes inserted.
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2 Shlomo Ben-David
2 photographs.
2 Otti Berger
1 photograph by Lotte Gerson.
2 Max Bill
2 photographs [by Lotte Gerson?].
2 Hinrich Bredendieck
1 photograph by Lotte Gerson.
2 Alma Buscher
1 photograph.
2 Karl Cieluszek, 1929
1 photograph.
2 Erich Comeriner
1 photograph by Lotte Gerson.
2 Erich Consmüller
2 photographs for Albers's course.
2 Gustav Hassenpflug
1 photograph by Lotte Gerson.
2 Walter Kaminski
1 photograph.
2 Hugo Körte
1 photograph.
2 Lothar Lang
1 photograph for Laszlo Moholy-Nagy's course.
2 Heinz Loew
1 photograph by Heinz Loew.
2 Gerda Marx
4 photographs by Lotte Gerson.
2 Takehito Mizutani
2 photographs.
2 Philip Tolziner
1 photograph by Lotte Gerson.
2 Victor Tralau [?], 1926-1927
1 photograph.
2 Gertrud Ursula Schneider (Weiss)
2 photographs.
2 Unidentified students, 1927-1928
21 photographs, including photographs from Gustav Hassenpflug's collection and 2 photographs by Lotte Gerson, 1 photograph by Albers [?], 1927-1928, and 1 photograph of an exhibit installation.
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4* 1 Gerd Balzer, 1929
4* 1 1 color study for Kandinsky's course, 1929.
4* 1 1 sketch of fan-like forms, possibly for Albers's course, 1929.
4* 2 Heinrich Bormann, 1929-1931
1 color project for Josef Albers's course, 1931.
4* 3 Karl Cieluszek
5 drawings of studies of volumes for Kandinsky and Klee's course, ca. 1929-1930.
4* 4 Erich Consmüller, n.d.
3 photographs of projects for Josef Albers's course.
4* 5 Erich Consmüller, n.d.
4 photographs of projects for Josef Albers's course.
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5* 1 Alfred Ehrhardt, n.d.
5 photographs of projects made of paper, probably for Josef Albers's course.
5* 2 Alfred Ehrhardt, n.d.
6 photographs of projects made of paper, probably for Josef Albers's course.
5* 3 Erich Mrozek, 1929-1930
4 collages of color studies for Kandinsky's course.
5* 4 Erich Mrozek, 1929-1930
4 color charts for Kandinsky's course.
5* 5 Albert Renger-Patzsch, n.d.
3 photographs of projects.
5* 6 Gertrud Weiss, 1926
2 color charts for Klee's course.
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6* 1 Unidentified student, ca. 1928-1930
1 drawing of geometric volumes, for grundkurs, possibly for J. Schmidt.
6* 2 Unidentified students, n.d.
3 studies of nautilus shells.
6* 3 Unidentified students, n.d.
4 studies of nautilus shells.
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1** Gertrud Preiswerk, ca. 1926
11 ink drawings of geometric shapes.
Series II. Woodworking, 1921-1922 2.0 items
Two photographs of the interior of the Sommerfeld House, Berlin-Dahlem, showing carved interior decoration by Joost Schmidt, 1921-1922.
Box
2 Joost Schmidt, ca. 1921-1922
2 1 photograph of carved interior decoration in Sommerfeld House, Berlin-Dahlem.
2 1 photograph of carved doorway and banister in Sommerfeld House, Berlin-Dahlem.
Series III. Cabinetmaking, 1921-1932 n.d. 22.0 items
This workshop is represented by 22 original items and photographs of work, most prepared for Walter Gropius's course. Photographs of work by Erich Brendel (1), Marcel Breuer (2), Alma Buscher (1), Erich Diekmann (1), and unidentified students (9) showing furniture, 1921-1932. Original items include two plans by Gerd Balzer, 1931-1932, and six drawings of furniture designs by unidentified students, 1924, n.d. (See also Gustav Hassenpflug papers, Special Collections accession no. 870030).
Box
2 Erich Brendel, ca. 1923-1924
1 photograph of a desk, for Gropius's cabinetmaking workshop.
2 Marcel Breuer, ca. 1925-1928
2 1 photograph of a desk and chair, 1925-1928
2 Lucia Moholy-Nagy (photograph by)
1 photograph of a furniture installation with a Breuer chair.
2 Alma Buscher, 1924
1 photograph of a toy cabinet, with children playing.
2 Erich Dieckmann, ca. 1921-1925
1 photograph of 2 chairs and a table, for Gropius's cabinetmaking workshop.
2 Unidentified students, , n.d. 1932
9 photographs of furniture and furniture installations, including 1 featuring a Breuer chair, 1 photograph by Stups Radach, 1 photograph by Lucia Moholy-Nagy, and 1 photograph by Arthur Köster, 1932.
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7* 1 Gerd Balzer, 1931-1932
7* 1 1 plan for a closet, 1931
7* 1 1 cross-section of a house, 1932
7* 2 Unidentified students, n.d.
2 designs for chairs.
7* 3 Unidentified student, 1924
1 plan for a tea-table.
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2** Unidentified students, , 1924 n.d.
2** Drawing of chairs on recto & verso of 1 sheet, 1924
2** 2 drawings of a chair or other furniture, n.d.
Series IV. Metal, 1925-1927 n.d. 21.0 items
Series contains 21 drawings and photographs of work, primarily prepared for Laszlo Moholy-Nagy's course. Items designed by Otto Rittweger includes six photographs of lamps, 1926-1927, n.d., and six drawings of lamps and tea services, n.d. One photograph of a coffee pot designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld was taken by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, ca. 1925. Eight photographs show tea services, flatware, punch bowl service, and displays at a lamp store designed by unidentified students.
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2 Otto Rittweger, , 1926-1927 n.d.
6 photographs of desk and hanging lamps, photographs taken by various photographic studios, 1926, 1927.
2 Unidentified students, n.d.
2 2 photographs of student work.
2 3 photographs of displays at the Goldschmidt & Schwabe lamp store.
2 photographs by Wilhelm von Debschitz-Kunowski, n.d., 1 photograph by Osram, n.d.
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8* 1 Otto Rittweger, , ca. 1925 n.d.
1 drawing of a lamp with a clock, ca. 1925. 1 drawing of a table lamp, n.d.
8* 2 Otto Rittweger, n.d.
8* 2 1 drawing of a creamer and 1 drawing of a sugar bowl, n.d.
8* 2 1 drawing of a teapot, n.d.
8* 2 1 drawing of a coffeepot, n.d.
8* 3 Wilhelm Wagenfeld, ca. 1925
1 photograph of a coffeepot, taken by Lucia Moholy-Nagy ca. 1925.
8* 4 Unidentified students, n.d.
8* 4 1 photograph of tea strainers and a creamer, n.d.
photograph touched-up with black and grey pen.
8* 4 1 photograph of strainers, n.d.
8* 4 1 photograph of flatware, a plate, and a glass, n.d.
8* 4 1 photograph of a punch bowl service, n.d.
Series V. Ceramics, 1922-1933 n.d. 22.0 items
Series contains 22 photographs. Images of the professor Otto Lindig include a photograph of Lindig at the potter's wheel and four photographs of ceramics by Lindig, 1922-1923. Photographs of unidentified work include 15 images of Bauhaus and Dornberger ceramics, after 1930, n.d., and one photocollage by Heinz Loew, n.d. One photograph of a ceramics studio was taken after 1925. [See also photographs of Dornberg pottery, Special Collections accession no. 900012.]
Box
2 Otto Lindig, 1922-ca. 1933
2 1 photograph of Lindig at the potter's wheel, after 1925
2 4 photographs of ceramics by Lindig, 1922-1923, after 1930
2 Unidentified students, , ca. 1925-1933 n.d.
2 15 photographs of Bauhaus and Dornburger ceramics, after 1930, n.d.
2 1 photograph of a ceramics studio, after 1925
2 1 photographic collage by Heinz Loew of ceramics and a potter at the wheel, n.d.
Series VI. Weaving, 1922-1930 n.d. 54.0 items
Series contains 54 fabric samples, loom patterns, watercolor studies, and photographs of finished works prepared for weaving workshops and Paul Klee's course on color theory and design for weavers. Items include nine watercolors by Léna Meyer-Bergner; one photograph by Margarete Willers of a wall hanging by Ilse Wittig Fehling, 1922; one photograph of a rug by Ljuba Montastirsky; one photograph of a woman weaving by Nelly A. Peissachowitz; three fabric samples by Grete Reichardt, ca. 1926-1930; one watercolor by Hilde Reindl; two fabric samples by Immeke Mitscherlich Schwollmann; six watercolors by Margarethe Willers, ca. 1922-1925; and 26 items by unidentified students. Also included are notebooks kept by Erich Comeriner, ca. 1927 and Gertrud Preiswerk, 1927. Two watercolor illustrated letters by Margarete Willers do not relate to course work and comprise the small amount of personal material in this collection, 1919, n.d. [See also Gunta Stölzl collection, Special Collections accession no. 880383B*.]
Box Folder
1 11 Erich Comeriner, ca. 1927
1 notebook on dye compositions.
1 12 Gertrud Preiswerk, 1927
1 notebook.
1 13 Margarethe Willers, n.d.
4 watercolor and pencil color studies.
1 14 Unidentified student or students, n.d.
3 p. with fabric/weaving swatches.
1 15 Unidentified student or students, n.d.
6 p. with fabric/weaving swatches.
1 16 Unidentified student or students, n.d.
7 p. with fabric/weaving swatches.
Box
2 Nelly A. Peissachowitz, n.d.
1 photograph of a woman weaving.
2 Unidentified students, , 1925 n.d.
2 1 photograph of women in the weaving workshop, n.d.
2 1 photograph of two women at a loom, 1925
Box Folder
9* 1 Léna Meyer-Bergner, . 1927-1929
9* 1 2 watercolor studies from Paul Klee's course on color theory and design, 1927
9* 1 2 watercolor design for weavings, 1928, 1929
9* 2 Léna Meyer-Bergner, n.d.
2 watercolor designs for weavings.
9* 3 Léna Meyer-Bergner, n.d.
3 watercolor designs for weavings.
9* 4 Ljuba Montastirsky, n.d.
1 photograph of a rug.
9* 5 Grete Reichardt, ca. 1926-1930
9* 5 2 weaving samples of furniture fabric with typed notes of specifications, ca. 1926-1930
9* 5 1 weaving sample of heavy furniture fabric, ca. 1926
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10* 1 Hilde Reindl, n.d.
1 watercolor design for a weaving.
10* 2 Immeke Mitscherlich Schwollmann, n.d.
2 fabric samples.
10* 3 Margarete Willers, , 1929 n.d.
2 watercolor-illustrated letters.
10* 4 Margarete Willers, ca. 1922-1925
2 watercolor studies.
10* 5 Ilse Wittig Fehling, 1922
1 photograph of a tapestry from the first Bauhaus exhibit.
10* 6 Unidentified students, n.d.
10* 6 3 watercolor designs for weavings, n.d.
10* 6 3 photographs of weavings, n.d.
10* 7 Unidentified students, ca. 1925
2 weaving samples.
Series VII. Printing and typography, 1927-1930 n.d. 30.0 items
Series contains 30 calligraphic samples and prints prepared for courses by Joost Schmidt, Oskar Schlemmer and possibly Josef Albers. Work done for Joost Schmidt includes 18 calligraphic samples by Gerd Balzer, 1929-1930. One print of a book plate was done by Hans Düne for Oskar Schlemmer's course, n.d. Graphic design items include one lithograph poster by Peter Keler and Farkas Molnar, 1923 and one design for a title page by Hermann Trinkhaus, 1927-1928. Also included are two typographical montages by Arthur Schmidt, ca. 1930, and two exercises and five typographical montages by unidentified students, some for Josef Albers, n.d. [See also Eberhard Schrammen collection, Special Collections accession no. 880277.]
Box Folder
11* 1 Gerd Balzer, 1929-1930
14 calligraphic studies for Joost Schmidt's course.
11* 2 Hans Düne, n.d.
1 print of a book plate made for Hildegard Dettmer in Oskar Schlemmer's course.
11* 3 Peter Keler and Farkas Molnar, 1923
1 lithograph poster titled "Tordurchfahrt."
11* 4 Arthur Schmidt, ca. 1930
2 typographical montages for Joost Schmidt.
11* 5 Hermann Trinkhaus, 1927-1928
1 design for a title page.
11* 6 Unidentified student, n.d.
2 exercises, possibly for Josef Albers.
11* 7 Unidentified, n.d.
2 typographical montages.
11* 8 Unidentified, n.d.
3 typographical montages.
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3** Gerd Balzer, 1929
4 calligraphic studies for Joost Schmidt's course.
Series VIII. Theater, 1926-1930 n.d. 35.0 items
Series consists of 35 photographs of Bauhaus productions, actors, and costumes. Images of Oskar Schlemmer as the musical clown include one photograph taken by T. Lux Feininger, seven contact sheet strips, and five photographs of a theatrical production (one photograph by Irene Bayer, ca. 1926-1928). Photographic portraits include Max Bill, 1927, and Erich Comeriner photographed by George Hartmann. Other images include theatrical productions photographed by Irene Bayer (2); the cast of "A Company of Masks," 1928-1929 (1); a masked dancer (2); costumed revelers at a Bauhaus party photographed by Umbo (1); and unidentified students and productions (12). There is also one photographic postcard of Bauhaus dancers and one of the dancer Grete Palucca.
Box
2 1 photograph and 7 contact sheet strips of Oscar Schlemmer as the musical clown, photograph by T. Lux Feininger, . ca. 1926-1928
2 5 photographs of theatrical production with Oscar Schlemmer as the musical clown, with 1 photograph by Irene Bayer, . ca. 1926-1928
2 1 strip of contact prints of the cast of the dance pantomime "Company of Masks," . 1928-1929
2 2 photographs by Irene Bayer of theatrical productions, n.d.
2 1 photograph of Max Bill with two friends, . 1927
2 1 portrait of Erich Comeriner by Georg Hartmann, n.d.
2 12 photographs of students and productions, n.d., 1930
Including 1 of a rehearsal, 1 of a woman wearing a mask from Oskar Schlemmer's "Triadic Ballet," and 1 of three students at a reception.
2 2 photographs of a masked dancer, 1928
2 1 photograph by Umbo of two revelers, probably at the "Ear, Nose, and Heart Festival," 1928
2 2 photographic postcards, n.d.
1 of a theater production and 1 of the dancer Grete Palucca.
Series IX. Drawing, 1922-1930 n.d. 19.0 items
Series contains 19 drawings prepared for Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, and possibly Oskar Schlemmer. Nine anatomical and geometrical studies by Karl Hermann Hampt for Paul Klee's course, 1923. Drawings by Erich Mrozek include four items for Kandinsky's course, 1929-1930, and one anatomical drawing, possibly for Schlemmer's course, n.d. Five drawings are by unidentified students, 1922-1925, 1928-1929, n.d.
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12* 1 Karl Hermann Hampt, 1923
4 anatomical and geometrical studies for Klee's course.
12* 2 Karl Hermann Hampt, 1923
5 anatomical and geometrical studies for Klee's course.
12* 3 Erich Mrozek, 1929-1930
4 tracings and drawings for Kandinsky's course.
12* 4 Erich Mrozek, n.d.
1 drawing of anatomical studies, possibly for Oskar Schlemmer's course "Man."
12* 5 Unidentified students, 1928-1929
2 drawings titled "Kopfkonstruktion," studies of head, possibly for Oskar Schlemmer's course "Man."
12* 6 Unidentified students, , 1922-1929 n.d.
12* 6 1 drawing of cubes, possibly for Klee's course on artistic design, 1928-1929
12* 6 1 drawing of the three elementary forms, for Kandinsky's Analytical Drawing course, 1922-1925
12* 6 1 charcoal drawing titled "Seeplanzen und Steine," n.d.
Series X. Painting, n.d. 3.0 items
Three watercolors by unidentified students. [See also Hannes Beckmann Papers, Special Collections accession no. 890163].
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12* 7 Unidentified student or students, n.d.
3 watercolors , "Mais," "Lupinien" and untitled.
Series XI. Photography, 1922-1933 n.d. 80.0 items
80 photographs, photocollages, glass negatives, and advertisements prepared for Water Peterhans and possibly other professors. Photographers include Theo Ballmer (1), Lotte Beese (1), Alma Buscher (1), Karl Cieluszek (1), Erich Comeriner, ca. 1927-1930 (9), Hans Finsler (1), Irene Hoffmann, 1931 (1), Hilde Hubbuch (1), Waldemar Hüsing (3), Ernst Kallai (1), Lucia Moholy-Nagy, 1931 (1), Erich Mrozek, ca. 1929-1930 (1), Nelly Peissachowitz, 1932-1933 (1), Naftaly Rubinstein (1), Arthur Schmidt (8), Joost Schmidt (4), Herbert Schürmann (1), Umbo, 1928, ca. 1930 (3), Marc Vaux, ca. 1930 (1), and unidentified photographers (7). Other items include a series of 22 photographs by Theo Ballmer illustrating experiments with lighting, exposure, and focus; four advertisements by Xanti Schawinsky for Most Chocolates; and one notebook kept by Erich Mrozek on Peterhans's photography course, ca. 1929-1930. Glass plate negatives include experimental images by Edmund Collein (4) and Franz Ehrlich (1), 1928-1932.
Box Folder
1 17 Erich Mrozek, ca. 1929-1930
1 notebook on Walter Peterhans's photography course.
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2 Alma Buscher, n.d.
1 photograph of a still life.
2 Karl Cieluszek, n.d.
1 photograph of a still life of wood texture and an iron key.
2 Erich Comeriner, ca. 1927-1929
1 photocollage.
2 Irene Hoffmann, 1931
1 photocollage.
2 Hilde Hubbuch, n.d.
1 photograph collage.
2 Ernst Kallai, n.d.
1 photograph of collage of a policeman.
2 Erich Mrozek, ca. 1929-1930
1 still life of crumpled newspaper for Peterhans's photography course.
2 Nelly Peissachowitz, 1932-1933
1 still life for Peterhans' photography course.
2 Joost Schmidt, n.d.
3 photographs and 1 contact sheet strip of still lifes of plastic forms.
2 Herbert Schürmann, n.d.
1 photograph of a still life.
2 Unidentified students, , 1922 n.d.
2 1 photocollage of the bust of Nefertiti, n.d.
2 1 double-exposed or long-exposure photograph of a man sitting in a Breuer chair, ca. 1922
2 1 photocollage of lightbulbs, possibly a preparatory work for an advertisement for Osram, n.d.
2 1 still life of currency with the inscription "Was kost die Welt!", n.d.
2 2 still lifes of metallic ball and textiles, n.d.
2 Lotte Beese, photograph of Xanti Schawinsky, ca. 1928
4x5 black/white photograph printed with hatch-marks or lines across the portrait.
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3 Edmund Collein, ca. 1928-1932
4 glass negatives titled "Lichtplastische Studien I-IV".
3 Franz Ehrlich, ca. 1928-1932
1 glass negative titled "Studier arbeit."
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13* 1 Theo Ballmer, n.d.
13* 1 22 photographs on 8 boards illustrating experiments with lighting, focus, exposure, etc., n.d.
1 board contains cloth sample and a sample of wood veneer.
13* 1 1 photograph of a boat, n.d.
13* 2 Erich Comeriner, 1927-1930
13* 2 3 photomontages, ca. 1927-1929
with 1 photomontage by an unknown student.
13* 2 5 photographs, including 2 of mannequins and 2 of building exteriors, ca. 1930
13* 3 Jean Arp, ca. 1930
1 photograph of wooden leaves placed according to the laws of chance, photograph by Marc Vaux.
13* 3 Hans Finsler, n.d.
1 photograph of a platter of chocolates.
13* 3 Lucia Moholy-Nagy, 1931
1 photograph of a rooftop.
13* 3 Naftaly Rubinstein, n.d.
1 photograph of a tortoise.
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14* 1 Xanti Schawinsky, n.d.
4 photographs for advertisements of Most Chocolates, matted with 2 press clippings featuring an advertisement by Schawinsky and a biographical article, n.d.
14* 2 Arthur Schmidt, ca. 1929-1930
8 photographs, many done for Walter Peterhans's photography course.
14* 3 Umbo, 1928-ca. 1930
3 portraits, including a portrait of a woman, and "Ruth."
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4** Waldemar Hüsing, 1930
3 abstract photographs on blueprint paper.
Series XII. Architecture, 1925-1933 n.d. 85.0 items
Series contains 85 items by students working under Mies van der Rohe, Hannes Meyer and other professors. Two drawings of a school by Gerd Balzer were for Mies van der Rohe, 1932. Items by Karl Cieluszek include 42 drawings, 1928-1932, and ca. 15 p. notes, n.d. 13 drawings are by Rudolf Franz Hartogh, 1925-1926, n.d.; two drawings of a school are by Hans Kessler, 1930; one drawing of a house is by Rudolf Ortner, 1933; ten drawings are by unidentified students. [See also Fritz Schleifer collection, Special Collections accession no. 870382].
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5** Gerd Balzer, 1932
2 designs of school, for Mies van der Rohe's course.
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6** Karl Cieluszek, 1928-1929
3 drawings of a hospital, 1928; 4 drawings of a coffeehouse, 1928; 9 drawings of a student dorm, 1928; 4 unknown drawings, 1928, n.d.; 4 drawings of a warehouse, 1929; ca. 15 p. notes, n.d.
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7** Karl Cieluszek, 1928-1930
7** 1 drawing of a student dorm, 1928
7** 4 drawings of a house and unknown building, 1930
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8** Karl Cieluszek, 1930-1932
8** 7 drawings of a house and unknown building, 1930-1931
8** 1 drawing of a weekend house, 1930-1931
8** 1 drawing of a house, for Mies van der Rohe, 1931
8** 1 drawing of an unknown building, 1931
8** 3 drawings of a sanitarium, 1932
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9** Rudolf Franz Hartogh, 1925-1926, n.d.
9** 2 drawings entitled "Schnellentwurf," 1925
9** 1 drawing of a duplex, 1925
9** 6 drawings of a coffeehouse, 1925-1926
9** 2 drawing of a family house, n.d.
9** 2 drawing of housing, n.d.
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10** Hans Kessler, 2 drawings for a school, , 1930
10** Rudolf Ortner, 1 design of a house, for Mies van der Rohe, 1933
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11** Unidentified students, n.d.
10 drawings of buildings.


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