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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
 
Folders 1-30
 
Biographical data prepared by HW
  1  
Albert Mayer, "Henry Wright: Creative Planner," Survey Graphic, Sept. 1936
  1  
Henry Churchill, "Henry Wright: 1876-1936," Journal of AIP,Nov. 1960
  1  
Benjamin M. Gruzen, "Henry Wright,...A List of References," 1936
  1  
A City Plan for Saint Louis (HW was a member of one of the committees), 1907
  1  
"Planning Country Home Grounds and Gardens," 4 p. pamphlet, 1909
  1  
No Man's Land of Real Estate..., 7 p. manuscript, 1919
  1  
"Planning City Areas for Small Homes," Supplement to The Journal of the American Institute of Architects, 16 p., Aug. 1920
  1  
Untitled manuscript, 4 p., 1920
  1  
"Shall We Community Plan?," The Journal of the American Institute of Architects, 5 p., Oct. 1921
  1  
Correspondence: To, Lewis Mumford, Aug. 17 with clipping; From, Nebraska Masonic Home, Oct. 8, 1923
  1  
"Housing Progress," The Journal of the American Institute of Architects, Dec. 1923, 2 p. with L.M. [Lewis Mumford?]
  1  
Modern Homes for City Dwellers, 23 p. brochure [mutilated], 1923
  1  
Garden Cities Studies. A group of 18 studies, drafts and notes relative to the development of garden cities. They begin in Aug. 1923, and extend into 1926, but are all listed here because of their subject unity.
  1  
What is to be Learned from Housing Developments of the Past in America, 11 p. typescript, Aug. 13, 1923
  1  
Real Estate Development, 3 p. typescript, Aug. 13, 1923
  1  
War Housing in the United States, 2 drafts, 7 p. typescript, Aug. 13, 1923
  1  
Critical Examination of the Relation of Site Use and Cost to the Housing Problem in America, 15 p. typescript, Aug. 13, 1923
  1  
Addenda, 28 p. typescript, Aug. 13, 1923
  1  
Further Investigation in the Field of Site Development Costs in Relation to Housing, 5 p. typescript, 6 sheets graphics, Aug. 24, 1923
  1  
Garden City Studies, 7 p. typescript, Aug, 28, 1923
  1  
Garden City Studies, 4 p. typescript, Sept. 3, 1923
  1  
A Critical Examination Of Present Zoning Practice in Relation to the Housing Situation, 2 p. typescript, Sept. 3, 1923
  1  
[Drafts of Five Sections], 8 p. typescript, "For Mumford," Sept. 11, 1923
  1  
Housing Developments in the Past, 2 drafts, one signed by Lewis Mumford, 16 p. typescript, 1923
  1  
Garden City Reports, Superceded, 40 p. typescript, 16 sheets of graphics, 1923
  1  
Garden City 1st Report, Not Final, 27 p. typescript, 1923
  1  
Garden City Next to Last Report, Not Final, 41 p. typescript, 1923; subtitle: Preliminary Study of a Proposed Garden Community in the New York Region by Alexander M. Bing, Henry Wright, Clarence S. Stein. [p. 20 missing]
  1  
Notes, 12 p., 1923
  1  
Garden Cities, 19 p. manuscript, July 25-28, 1924
  1  
Garden Cities, 15 p. typescript, Aug. 5, 1924
  1  
Garden City Research, 9 p. typescript, E. Standish Palmer, Jan. 31-Feb. 19, 1926
  1  
First Annual Report of the Stockholders of Associated Specialists, Inc., for year 1924, (HW was First Vice-President)
  1  
Report of D.M. Kendall and Henry Wright on their Investigation of the Present Speculative Building Operations now in Progress in Brooklyn and Long Island, 22p. typescript, 19 sheets of graphics and photographs, May 1924
 
Folders 31-49
  2  
"Exhibit: Preliminary Studies of Natural Features and Economic Development of the State," Commission of Housing and Regional Planning, 8 p. brochure, Apr. 20-25, 1925
  2  
"The Road to Good Houses," Survey Graphic, 5 p. issue on planning, May 1925
  2  
The Home Ideal Versus Reality, 4 p. typescript, Dec. 15, 1925
  2  
"The Home Ideal Versus Reality," American Federationist, 5 p., Jan. 1926
  2  
"Housing: How Much for How Much?," The Survey Midmonthly, 5 p., Mar. 15, 1926
  2  
Memorandum in regard to propsed regional planning report, 1 p. typescript, Mar. 16, 1926
  2  
An Account of Sunnyside Gardens in Relation to Problems and Development of Design and Site Planning..., 21 p. typescript, Aug. 16, 1926
  2  
Sunnyside Gardens an Experiment in Planning, 10 p. typescript, 1926
  2  
Study of Application of Sunnyside Planning Principles to a Larger City Area, 23 p. typescript and graphics, 1926
  2  
[C.A. Beard], "Economy, Charm and Safety of the Cul-de-Sac Street," The American City, 4 p., Nov. 1928. [The author, identified as an "eminent English town planner," comments on Radburn.]
  2  
Untitled typescript, 17 p., annotated "AIA C.P.C." 1928
  2  
"Group Housing," Building Developer, 8 p., Aug. 1929
  2  
"How to Reduce the Cost of Land Deveolpment," National Real Estate Journal, 6 p., Sept. 2, 1929
  2  
Some Priniciples Relating to the Economics of Land Subdivision," American City Planning Institute, 12 p. Preprint No. 1, Nov. 1929
  2  
Some Priniciples Relating to the Economics of Land Subdivision, Paper No. 1, Series of 1930. 20 p. pamphlet including the article above and comment on it by members of the Institiute
  2  
Housing Research Completed under the Direction of Henry Wright, 84 p. typescript and 11 sheets of graphics, Jan. 15-Apr. 15, 1930
  2  
Housing Research, Division II Only, The Problems and Relative Advantages of Smaller Types of Dwellings..., 56 p. typescript and 10 pages of graphics, Jan. 15-Apr. 15, 1930
  2  
"Picturesque Architecture," The Architecture Forum, 7 p., Feb. 1931
  2  
"The Place of the Apartment in the Modern Community," The Architectural Record, 31 p., plus 6 p. multilith, Mar. 1930
  2  
"The Autobiography of Another Idea," reprint from The Western Architect, 7 p., Sept. 1930
 
Folders 50-92
  3  
Discussion of Neighborhood Planning..., 6 p. typescript, Jan. 17, 1931
  3  
"The Architect, the Plan and the City," The Architectural Forum, 7 p. Feb. 1931
  3  
"The Apartment House: A Review and Forecast," The Architectual Record, 16 p., Mar. 1931
  3  
The Preisdent's Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership. Tentative Report of the Committee on Subdivision Layout. 82 p. pamphlet, Dec. 3, 1931, [HW was a member of the committee]
  3  
Proceedings: Committee on Design of the President's Conference Home Building and Home Ownership, 33 p. typescript, Dec. 3, 1931
  3  
Summary of Further Developments of "A Housing Research" for the Consideration of the Temporary Housing Commission of Illinois, 81 p. typescript, 1931
  3  
The In Betweens of Community Planning, Student Memo: Lecture Series, 3 p. multilith, Feb. 15, 1932
  3  
Will a New Dwelling Type Solve the Problem of Providing Low Rentals for the Lower-Income Groups?, 4 p. multilith, Mar. 12, 1932
  3  
"The Cost of Housing," The Architectural Forum, 6 p., Mar. 1932
  3  
Memorandum, To Clarence S. Stein, 3 p. Apr. 7, 1932
  3  
"A Self - Starter for the Building Industry," Building Investment, 6 p., June 1932
  3  
"Hillside Group Housing," The Architectural Record, 14 p., Oct. 1932
  3  
Hillside Housing Development, Memorandum to Clarence S. Stein, 7 p., Oct. 29, 1932
  3  
Summary and Further Development...Temporary Housing Commission of Illinois, 82 p. typescript, 1932. [See item in 1931]
  3  
"Are We Ready for an American Housing Advance?," Architecture, 8 p., June 1933
  3  
"Housing-Where, When, and How?," Architecture, 32 p., forward by Lewis Mumford, July 1933
  3  
"Housing - Where, When, and How?," Part Two, 31 p., Aug. 1933
  3  
"Sinking Slums," Survey Graphic, 3 p., Aug. 1933
  3  
Notes to Lewis Mumford re: New Republican Articles. 8 p. typescript, Jan. 22, 1934
  3  
"New Homes for a New Deal," 46 p. pamphlet, with Albert Mayer and Lewis Mumford, Feb. 14, 1934
  3  
"New Homes for a New Deal, Part II Abolishing Slums Forever," 4 p. article from The New Republic, Feb. 21, 1934. "Part IV A Concrete Program," 4 p., Mar. 7, 1934
  3  
Questions Relating to Slum Clearance and Low Cost Housing Problems, 9 p. typescript, Aug. 31, 1934
  3  
"Housing Conditions in Relation to Scientific Machine Production," The Journal of the Franklin Institute, 13 p. reprint, Oct. 1934
  3  
Memorandum with respect to report of recent tour of European housing experts... 2 p. typescript, 1934
  3  
Article No. 1, 10 p. typescript, relates to New Deal housing, 1934
  3  
Article No. 2, 11 p. typescript, relates to New Deal housing, 1934
  3  
Oscar Fisher, "Buckingham: Housing Laboratory," The Architectural Record, 18 p. reprint. "One of Henry Wright's last designs...," 2 other items Re: Buckingham, 1938
  3  
To Plan or Not to Plan, 7 p. typescript
  3  
Article re: problem of subdivisions, 5 p. typescript
  3  
Some Lesson on the Land Sub-Division Problem, 6 p. typescript
  3  
Confidential to Housing board Advising Committee, 13 p. typescript
  3  
The Public Interest in Good Housing, 7 p. typescript
  3  
Town Planning in the United States, 5 p. typescript
  3  
The Fallacy of High Buildings: A Swing of the Pendulum, 8 p. typescript
  3  
The Architect and Prosperity, 6 p. typescript
  3  
Land Subdivision, 17 p. typescript
  3  
Queens-Astoria: A Study in Realistic City Planning, 3 p. typescript with Carol Aronovici, Henry S. Churchill, William Lescraze, Albert Mayer
  3  
Wanted a Subdividion for the Gridiron Street System, 3 p. typescript
  3  
Too Much Planning or Too Many Plans? 5 p. typescript fragment
  3  
Outline of a book, 15 p. typescript
  3  
A.I.A. Talk - Wednesday Afternoon, 4 p. typescript
  3  
Fragment of article comparing Radburn and Wyandotte, Michigan, 2 p. typescript