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Papers include family and business correspondence, reports, published material, speeches, financial records, minutes and studies, primarily concerning various consulting jobs (largely in the South). Also, material concerning Feiss' participation in various national and international commissions and committees, including the American Institute of Planners; the American Institute of Architects; the Union of International Architects; the Society of Architectural Historians; the National Trust for Historic Preservation; the Historic American Buildings Survey; and the International Conference on Monuments and Sites; and his work for regional commissions such as the Tennessee Valley Authority; the Missouri Valley Authority; the Connecticut Development Commission; Historic Savannah Foundation; Historic Annapolis; the Central Florida Regional Planning Council: the Louisville, Kentucky Historic Homes Foundation; the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council; the Mid-Cumberland Council of Governments; and the Society for the Preservation of Landmarks in Western New York, Inc. Also, family and personal correspondence of Carl, Paul and Julian Feiss; correspondence of Sir Raymond Unwin; and microfilm of Feiss' papers, 1946-1952, from the now defunct School of Architecture, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado.

Job files include material concerning Anheuser-Busch, Inc.'s Busch Gardens; Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council's Rookery Bay Project; Naples and Collier City; East Central Florida project; Vieux Carre, New Orleans; and the Rye-Oyster Bay Bridge Project.

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