Arthur Cort Holden papers,
Arthur Cort Holden, 1890-
110.1 cubic ft.
Correspondence, blueprints, financial records, photographs, articles, surveys, reports, drafts and copies of articles and books, and bound volumes.
Collection includes extensive correspondence, blueprints, sketches, drawings, financial records, and photographs from Holden's private practice around New York City; correspondence, articles, surveys and reports documenting his service on many boards, committees, and commissions. Also included are drafts and copies of articles and books including The Settlement Idea and Sonnets for My City; and a bound volume, "Are Bankers Credit Allocators?", of photocopies of a collection of commentaries, based on a New York Times article.
Language: Collection material in English
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library