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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I. Office Files, 1921-1937, firms of Arthur C. Holden & Associates, 1920-1930 and Holden, McLaughlin & Associates, 1930-1953 [series]:
Boxes 1-5 may have originally consisted of a separate series for Housing, Leonard Cox and John T. Boyd, Jr., papers. However, it was impossible to reconstruct those series. Wherever possible the original heading is indicated on the folder, and it is filed under that heading, except for place names which are alphabetically filed. The office files include correspondence, articles, book drafts, published material and notes.

Financial records (Boxes 5-7) contain income tax information, bills rendered and paid, certificates rendered and paid, cost sheets and unidentified material.

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A-C
  2  
D-Mc
  3  
Mi-Po
  4  
Pr-W
  5  
Unidentified material and financial records including income tax papers
  6  
Financial records including bills rendered and paid, certificates rendered and paid
  7  
Cost sheets, 1930-1931 , and n.d.
  8  
S,U
 
Series II. Office Files, 1935-1942, Firm of Holden, McLaughlin and Associates, 1930-1953 [series]:
Some items from the 1921-1937 office files including administration, 1926-1930, were carried over into this series. Here financial records such as bills rendered are interfiled with the correspondence which forms the bulk of the series. Some printed material.

  9  
A-Bo
  10  
Bu-D
  11  
E-Ho
  12  
Ho-Ma
  13  
Ma-Me, including Madison Square Boys Club
  14  
Me-Mz
  15  
N-Q
  16  
R-San
  17  
San-T, including Sussex Garden Apartments
  18  
U-Wi
  19  
Wi-Z, Time Record Sheets
  20  
Princeton Bi-Centennial, 1946-1947 , A.C.H. personal, 1946-1949
 
Series III. Miriam Holden, personal [series]:
  19  
Correspondence, 1936-1937
 
Series IV. Blueprints [series]:
  21  
A-Az, including All Soul's, School of the Annunciation
  22  
Ba-Bh, including General Charles W. Berry Apartment Houses
  23  
Bi-Bre, including Biblical Seminary, Boys Brotherhood Republic
  24  
Bri-Ci, including Brookdale Reformed Church
  25  
C-Dar
  26  
Dar-E
  27  
F-Fo, including Firehouses #91, 93, 95 and Fincke
  28  
Fr-Go, Ben Franklin
  29  
Go-Gz, including Goodwill Apartments, Grolier Club
  30  
H-Hi, including Heightstown
  31  
Hi-In, including Heightstown (continued) and Independence Houses
  32  
It-La, including Katonah
  33  
Le-Ma, including Little Church, Lower East Side
  34  
Mogadiscio U.S. Embassy
  98  
H, M, misc.
  35  
Mog-Nev
  36  
New B.-New York Hospital, including N.Y. Hospital, West Division, New Delaware, New Castle, Delaware Town Hall
  37  
N.Y.I.T.-Norwalk, including N.Y.I.T.
  38  
Nor-Par, including Parkview Supermarket
  39  
Par-Pla
  40  
Pla-Rre
  41  
Pre-Pz
  42  
Q-Rad
  43  
Rat-Rz
  44  
S-Sta
  45  
Sto-Stt
  46  
Stt-Sw
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Misc. S, R, including Rosedale Elementary School
  48  
Ta-Tu, including Turin house
  49  
Tu-Tz, U (1 item)-Wat, including addl. Turin House
  50  
Wat-Wil
  51  
Woo-Z
 
Series V. A.C.H. personal, 1920-1942 [series]:
Contains personal and non-office-related business correspondence, memorandums, and some published material including papers related to the Emergency Relief Association, Inc. (Holden was a Director), 1932-1933; the N.Y. Urban League; the N.Y. Society of Architects; Princeton University; Quogue, N.Y. organizations; the Madison Square Boys Club Committee of Management; insurance, income tax, family members, finance, and the Holdens' home.

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A-E
  53  
F-Ho
  54  
Ho-M
  55  
N-Q
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R-Z, The Real Estate Board of N.Y. Diary and Manual, 1941 ; four checkbooks for Apr. 1941-May 1942 ; Brooklyn Garden Apartments Reports for Feb., May, Aug., Nov., 1941 and 1942.
 
Series VI. Housing 1930-1942 [series]:
Includes correspondence related to housing and organizations interested in housing including the N.Y. Chapter of American Institute of Architects, Committee on Urban Land Use, Committee on Building, Housing Committee, Committee on Multiple Unit Housing, Civic Design Committee; the American Institute of Architects Committee on Industrial Relations, Committee on Professional Practice, Committee on Meetings and Public Information, the Architects Emergency Committee, the Architectural League of N.Y., the National Construction Council, and the Citizen's Housing Council.

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A-A.I.A., New York Chapter
  58  
A.I.A., New York-Ci
  59  
Ci-Committee on Special Lectures
  60  
Con-Hol
  61  
Let-Mer
  62  
Let-Mer (continued)
  63  
Mer-Nat
  64  
Nat-New York City
  65  
New York Chapter-Rh
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Ri-U
 
Series VII. Housing 1939-1945 [series]:
Includes correspondence related to housing and housing organizations including Snag Club, the Real Estate Board of New York, the New York Society of Architects, the New York Building Congress, and the American Institute of Architects, Post-war Construction Committee.

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A, Bu, including A.I.A. Post-war Construction Committee
  68  
C-Hi
  69  
I-Mz
  70  
N-New York Building Congress
  71  
New York Urban-Reg.
  72  
S-Z
 
Series VIII. Miscellaneous [series]:
  73  
Newspapers and clippings, court transcript
  74  
Contract forms issued by A.I.A. and misc.
  75  
J.W.W. Thompson material
  76  
A.I.A. and misc.
  77  
A.I.A. (continued - 4 items) and photographs
  78  
Photographs
  79  
Kodak prints, report on Minetta Place Apartments, 1926 , and A.C.H. personal, 1939 , 1944-46
  80  
Office and personal, 1945-1950
  81  
Office, 1945-1950 , continued, and A.C.H. personal, 1939-1946 , A-G
  82  
A.C.H. personal, 1939-1946 , H-R
  83  
A.C.H. personal, S-Z, 1939-1946, checkbooks, 1939, estate of Alice Holden, 1937-1939, unidentified publications, newspapers, stock ledger
  84  
G-P personal, 1941-1953
  85  
Office, 1945-1950
  86  
Misc., (including Real Estate Board publications) H-O
  87  
Community Planning, some A.C.H. personal, U,V,W
  88  
Community Planning, some A.C.H. personal, W, Administration, 1931-1933 , literary, (drafts of articles and correspondence with publishers), 1932-1943
  89  
Literary, continued, Egan and Holden files, A-F, 1956-1967
  90  
Egan and Holden, G-Z, photos of A.C.H., 1956-1967
  91  
Writings on housing, planning, and civic design, speeches and contributions to periodicals
  92  
Writings continued, correspondence to 1939 J.W.W. Thompson
  93  
Correspondence to 1939 , A-H
  94  
Correspondence to 1939 , I-W
  95  
Correspondence to 1939 , W-Z, specifications
  96  
Literary and building codes, L-V
  97  
Literary and building codes, W-Z
  99  
Zoning, A-F, 1946-1954 historical and esthetic
  100  
Zoning, historical and esthetic, continued
 
Books [subseries]:
  9  
The Settlement Idea: A Vision of Social Justice Arthur C. Holden, N.Y.: The Macmillan Co., 1922
  9  
Sonnets for My City: An Essay on the Kinship of Art and Finance N.Y.: Schulte Publishing Co., 1965
  9  
Credit Extending vs. Money Lending1976
  9  
Is It Bankruptcy?1976 Part 3,
  9  
Studies on the Financial Plight of N.Y.
  101  
Misc. sketches and drawings
  102  
Progress and Prosperity: A Suggested Program by Adelbert Ames, Jr. Photocopy of transcript
  102  
Appendix E: The Seventh Great Step in Finance? by A.C.H Photocopy of transcript
  102  
Are Bankers Credit Allocators? Comments Collected by A.C.Holden Bound photocopies of letters
  102  
Land Usage: Housing and Planning 1936 Land Utilization Committee of the New York Building Congress, ed. A.C.H. and Oscar Fisher
 
Correspondence, A-W, and misc.
  103  
For a Better City Pamphlet by A.C.H.
  103  
"A" Miscellaneous - 1950s and 1960s
  103  
"A" Miscellaneous
  103  
AFL-CIO
  103  
AIA-Presidents
  103  
Anshen, R.N.
  103  
"B"
  103  
Boney, Leslie
  103  
Botsai, Elmer
  103  
"C" Miscellaneous
  103  
Caldiero, Frank
  103  
Clay, George Roberts II 1953-1977
  103  
Family Correspondence
  103  
Federal Reserve Bank
  103  
"H" Miscellaneous
  103  
Huzar, Mary
  103  
"J" Miscellaneous
  103  
Jaffee, Professor Dwight M.
  103  
Kahn, Ernest
  103  
Kaim, Julius R. Kaim
  103  
Lewis, George, and "L" Miscellaneous
  103  
"M" Miscellaneous
  103  
Princeton, Class of '12
  103  
"W" Miscellaneous
  103  
Watson, Jack B.
  103  
Weinberg, Robert C. (FAIA)
  105  
Houston & Peoria Studies
  105  
Survey
  105  
Maps
  105  
Maintenance cost tables [photostats]
  105  
Harlem Income & Rehl Study 1935
  105  
Hilda Smith, topographical map
 
Correspondence and Writings
  104  
Personal: Army Discharge, photograph 1917
  104  
Corresp. with McGovern, Grove, Yeomans
  104  
Class of '12 Birthday Cards
  104  
Miscellaneous
  104  
Essays and Sermons
  104  
Dartmouth Eye Institute
  104  
"Vietnam - U.S. Policy"
  104  
Personal Works - poetry
  104  
Land Utilization Committee
  104  
Long Term Finance
  104  
AIA - National Policy Task Force - 1st Edition
  104  
NYC/AIA - Financing Construction Committee 1968-1973
  104  
NYC Local Planning Boards
  104  
Building Industry, Congress and the Money Question
  104  
Medal of Honor, 1957
  104  
Holden, McLaughlin and Associates Agreements, Analyses, Statements, etc.
  104  
West Point Address by A.C.H
  104  
Copies, 1979
  104  
Copies, 1980
  104  
Copies, 1980
  104  
"Some Lessons from the Threat to Grand Central Station"
  104  
"Sonnets for my City"
  104  
Bibliography by A.C.H.
 
Series IX. Oversized photos and drawings [series]:
Oversized photos and drawings from the Architectural League of New York Annual Exhibitions

 
Oversize Folder 3, Mapcase, Mathey Farm Group, Princeton, N.J. [subseries]:
   
Alterations to Barn for Dean Mathey, Aug. 24, 1926 . Sheet #118 (136)
   
Sehulman Place Garage, Oct. 5, 1926 . Sheet #1 (142)
   
Miscellaneous Masonry Details, Residence of Dean Mathey, Mar. 18, 1927 (Entrance and Garden Retaining Walls, and Serpentine Wall North of Barn)
   
Residence of Dean Mathey, Fence Details, Sheet #1, Jun. 30, 1927 , Sheet #2, Jul. 7, 1927 .
   
Stalls for Pretty Brook Farm, Jun. 21, 1928 . Drawing #E
   
One sheet for each F*S*D Sign Post, Aug. 24, 1928 .
   
Unlabelled view of Pretty Brook Farm, n.d.
   
Perspective View of Pretty Brook Farm showing proposed additions to Farm Group, May 7, 1930 .
   
Proposed Additions to Farm group, May 7, 1930 .
   
Floor Plans for Gardner's Cottage, n.d.
   
Proposed Squash Court Building, n.d.
   
Elevation showing relationship between present barn and new building (dog run), Scheme "B," Apr. 28, 1930 .
   
Plan and Elevations of Shed, Scheme "A," Apr. 28, 1930 .
   
Plan of Dog Kennels, Wood Shed, Car & Tool Shed, Scheme "A1," Jun. 11, 1930 .
   
New Serpentine Wall, revised Jun. 10, 1930 . Sheet #1 (224)
   
Elevation of Gate and Plan of showing Gardener's Cottage and graveyard across the road, May 27, 1930 . Drawing #2 (224)
   
F*S*D Main Cornice - Dove Cote, n.d. Drawing #101 (224)
   
F*S*D of Post Head, Graveyard Fence, Jun. 24, 1930 . Drawing #102 (224)
   
Gasoline Pump House, Dec. 19, 1930 . Drawing #103 (224)
   
Pop's Pond memorial plaque to Louis A. Mathey, Jul. 8, 1930 . Drawing #104. Also, preliminary sketch of this, unnumbered & n.d. (224)
   
Equestrians' sign, Jul. 8, 1930 . Drawing #105 (224)
   
Proposed Dam at Pop's Pond, Jun. 23, 1932 , Holden McLaughlin & Associates, 670 Fifth Ave, New York.
   
Front Entrance Gates for Dean Mathey, Esq., Jul. 12, 1932 .
 
Oversize Folder 4, Mapcase, Mathey, Dean, "The Bowery," Princeton, N.J. [subseries]:
   
Basement & Foundation Plan Mar. 25, 1930 ; revised Apr. 8, 1930 (1)
   
First and Second Floor Plans and Details of the House, no date. (1A)
   
First Floor Plan, Feb. 25, 1930 ; revised Mar. 25, 1930 . (2)
   
Elevations, n.d. (2A)
   
Second Floor Plan, Mar. 25, 1930 ; revised Apr. 8, 1930 . (3)
   
Elevations, Feb. 25, 1930 ; revised Apr. 8, 1930 (North & South) (4)
   
Elevations, Feb. 25, 1930 ; revised Apr. 8, 1930 . (West & South) (5)
   
Garage & Fence, Mar. 4, 1930 . (6)
   
Longitudinal Section through House, Feb. 25, 1930 . (101)
   
3/4" & F*S*D of North Elevation, Mar. 26, 1930 . (102A)
   
F*S*D of Main Cornice, North Elevation, showing details of Casements hinged at bottoms & relation to cornice, Mar. 26, 1930 (103)
   
F*S*D Typical Window, Mar. 26, 1930 (104)
   
Details of Dormers, Mar. 26, 1930 (105)
   
Casement Window Frames in Masonry in "Study" Wing, Mar. 28, 1930 (106)
   
Exterior Door Details, Mar. 31, 1930 . (door at kitchen entry, at west side of dining room, east door from dining room to porch, south door from living room to porch) (107)
   
3/4" Sections & Elevation of Study Book Cases, May 9, 1930 . (110)
   
3/4" & F*S*D of Hall Stair, May 10, 1930 . (111)
   
3/4" Details of Fire Place in Bed Room #1, Apr. 29, 1930. (12)
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Drawing 6
  105  
Drawing 7
  105  
Drawing 8
  105  
Drawing 9
  105  
Drawing 10
  105  
Drawing 16
 
Series X. Maps [series]:
 
  1  
Final Damage Map, East River Drive, May 20, 1936
  2  
Maps of New York City, Queens
  3  
Maps of Jacksonville, Florida, Manhattan, Quogue, Suffolk Co., Washington, D.C., and Brooklyn, showing topography, location of businesses, proposed and existing streets and parks, traffic and transportation, zoning, bridges, and aerial surveys.
  4  
New York City housing maps and charts
  5  
Mayor's Committee on City Planning material
  6  
New York City charts and prints
  7  
Tenement House Competition material
  8  
New York State Board of Housing material
  9  
Matt Fleming #2
  10  
Dwelling Law studies
  11  
Survey Material I
  12  
Survey Material II
  13  
Maps II
 
Series XI. Rolled Plans [series]:
 
 
"A" Proposed Hotel Group 1927 charcoal on grey, "B" Proposed Hotel Group 1927 charcoal on grey, Lincoln Church Misc. details (1)
 
Sanford Stoddard, Esq. Residence (2)
 
Alterations and additions to "Hebron" for Miss Mabel Lindsay Gillespie (3)
 
Sutton Hall Apartments (4)
 
Henry B. Thompson Property William Green Estate (5)
 
E.S. Schniewind residence (6)
 
Sutton Hall Apartments (7)