Bruner Foundation Records, 1980-1995

Mss 018
22.8 c.f. (22 cartons, 2 document boxes)

ABSTRACT

The Bruner Foundation was founded in 1963 using funds donated by Rudy and Martha Bruner.  The foundation began with the purpose of aiding programs in health care and preventive medicine, and programs focused on Jewish concerns.  Since the 1980s, the Bruner Foundation has broadened its purpose to include educational programs, evaluation of grant programs, and urban renovation.  Today, the main activity of the foundation is the Rudy Bruner Award for Excellence in the Urban Environment, given every two years. 

The records consist mainly of the Bruner Foundation's activities since 1965.  These documents include board minutes, grant records, educational programs, correspondence, conference proceedings, and the records of the Rudy Bruner Award for Excellence in the Urban Environment.

ACCESS

This collection is open to the public without restriction.  The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) govern the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.

PREFERRED CITATION

Cite as: Bruner Foundation Records, 1965-1996, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, University Library, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.

ACQUISITION

Presented by the Bruner Foundation, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 1996.

A1996-03, A1998/99-004.

Processed by Debra Brookhart, May 1998.

HISTORICAL NOTE

The Bruner Foundation began in 1963 using funds donated by Rudy and Martha Bruner with the purpose of providing assistance in the areas of health care, education, and Jewish concerns.  After the death of Rudy Bruner, his wife, Martha, became the president of the foundation.  With the aid of their sons, Joshua and Simeon, the foundation began providing monetary assistance to the causes the foundation believed concurrent with its purpose. Throughout the foundation's history, three individuals were selected to handle the daily governance of the foundation.    Richard Herson, Edith Friedman Goldenson, and Janet Carter, served the foundation as executive directors between 1969-1996.  The dates of the directorship of these individuals are uncertain, but a rough estimate can be made.  Edith Friedman Goldenson served as executive director of the foundation from its origins in 1963 until the mid-1970s.  Richard Herson was the executive director of the foundation from the mid-1970s until January 1, 1984 when Janet Carter became the executive director until the foundation's move to Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1996.

Grants made by the foundation were limited to those which emphasized the application of knowledge rather than basic research.  Foundation grants were often, though not exclusively, made to facilities with Jewish affiliation and were limited to the United States and Israel.  Early concerns of the foundation involved health care and public health/preventive medicine.  Many of the foundation's grants funded hospitals, health agencies, and medical schools during the 1960s and 1970s. Gradually, the focus shifted, not to exclude former concerns, but to include topics such as education and evaluation.  The foundation funded a variety of educational projects in primary and secondary education such as the Lexington School for the Deaf, and the Coalition of Essential Schools.  Most of these educational grants were made in New York City Schools.  The foundation also took on an evaluative nature.  They accessed projects and advised on the strengths, weaknesses, and possible outcomes of programs.  Evaluation was an important part of the foundation's grant-making process from the beginning.  All grantees were required to turn in progress reports before any grant money would be issued.  By doing this, the foundation was able to evaluate the progress of the program and observe how its money was being used.  The new evaluation programs accepted by the foundation in the 1980s, however, were different.  In programs such as the Guidance Initiative and the Community Schools Project, the foundation's money and personnel were used to evaluate programs already in place.

In 1985, the foundation added yet another aspect to its focus.  The Rudy Bruner Award for Excellence in the Urban Environment was created in memory of Rudy Bruner and his concern for the welfare of America's cities.  By 1987, the first award was given.  The award, given once every two years, honors those who show concern for the urban environment and its architecture by finding creative ways to better it.  After the winner has been chosen, the foundation publishes a book recording the accomplishments of the finalists and the winner.  The award's purpose is to promote change that significantly hinders the deterioration of cities.  To do this, applicants must be aware of every aspect of urban excellence.  Architectural integrity, cleanliness, and resplendence are all important to those who choose the winner of the award. 

The awards cycle begins with a review of all applications by a selection committee.  Over the years, the number of members of the committee has ranged from seven to twelve.  Members of the committee review the applications and select five or six finalists for the award.  The finalists are selected based on four criteria:

1.  It must be a real place, not a plan for one.
2.  The planning and implementation must be innovative.
3. The project must address social, physical, economic, and ecological factors.
4.  The project must exemplify community values.

After the finalists are selected, a two to three member task force is sent to visit the site.  The task force documents exactly what the finalist is doing with the project.  Much of what the task force learns during the visit is later used to write a book about each finalist and the winner.  The task force selects the project that best meets the four criteria as the winner of the award.  Cash awards and national recognition are the benefits the Rudy Bruner Award Competition gives to its winners and participants.  In 1993, the winner was awarded $25,000 and each finalist was given $1,000. <

The Bruner Foundation remained headquartered in New York City until 1996.  At that time, the foundation moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts, where the children of the late Rudy and Martha Bruner reside.  Today, the Bruner Foundation's main activities include not only the Rudy Bruner Award, but also grants in education for the purposes of research and project development. 

REFERENCES

Bruner History.  Bruner Foundation Records, 1982-1987, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, University Library, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.

Langdon, Philip. Urban Excellence. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Publishers, 1990.

RELATED MATERIALS

Bruner Foundation. Rudy Bruner Award for Excellence in the Urban Environment Applications.  New York: Bruner Foundation, 1987 (call number: MicFiche HT175.R83).

University at Buffalo Libraries - Lockwood Memorial Library's Special Collections 

Rudy Bruner Awards Publications:

Farbstein, Jay and Richard Wener. Rebuilding Communities: Re-Creating Urban Excellence. New York: The Bruner Foundation, 1993 (call number: HT123.F373).

Farbstein, Jay and Richard Wener. Connections: Creating Urban Excellence. New York: The Bruner Foundation, 1992.

Langdon, Philip.  Urban Excellence.  New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Press, 1990 (call number: HT167.L32).

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The Bruner Foundation Records consist of five series: the Administration Files, Educational Programs, Grants, the Rudy Bruner Award for Excellent in the Urban Environment, and Photographs.  These records document the foundation's activities that have occurred since 1965 and include three directors: Richard Herson, Edith Friedman, and Janet Carter. 

Administration Files, 1980-1996, contain three major types of records.  The records of the Board of Trustees include correspondence, meeting minutes, and notes on the meetings taken by Janet Carter.  The notes taken by Janet Carter offer a more detailed look at the meetings and are extremely useful when used in conjunction with the official minutes.  The minutes contain discussions about the internal structure of the organization and about the grants made by the foundation including the Rudy Bruner Award for Excellence in the Urban Environment.

Correspondence files include general correspondence and subject files with specific organizations.  The foundation's relations with the Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD) are included in this series since they worked together frequently during the Rudy Bruner Award competitions.  Both Bruner and HUD saw a need in the Los Angeles area shortly after the Rodney King beating and took a research trip to gather information that would later assist with programs to help during the crisis.

The records of the executive director, Janet Carter, contain her essays and speeches, correspondence, and her involvement with the Council on Foundations and Grant makers Evaluation Network.  She chaired committees in both organizations, spoke at conferences, and co-edited the Grant-makers Evaluation Network Newsletter. 

Educational Programs, 1980-1996, contain four main areas of concentration.  The Bruner Foundation evaluated two main educational programs called the Community Schools and the Guidance Initiative.  These files consist of correspondence, staff reports on site visits, and final reports of the programs.  In both cases, consultants were hired by the foundation to visit and observe the schools.  Each consultant took careful notes of their visit.  These notes were transcribed and make a direct link between the final reports and what exactly was occurring in the classrooms.  The Community Schools Project was intended to improve classroom performance in both students and teachers.  The Guidance Initiative was focused mainly on junior high school students (grades 6-8).  Its purpose was to assist children by preparing them to make wise decisions about their choice of high school.  Program directors and consultants wanted the students to select a high school geared toward their personal academic interests.  To meet that end, they engaged the help of teachers, guidance counselors, and parents.

This series also contains information on an educational conference sponsored by the foundation on the consultants hired by the foundation to evaluate programs.  These records contain correspondence, reports, notes, and, in the case of the Educational Conference, a detailed description of proceedings.  Janet Carter diligently took notes of all her work.  As with the Board of Trustees records, her notes fill in gaps left in the official records.  Many site personnel files are followed by notes made by Janet Carter during informal meetings and telephone conversations.

The Grants Files, 1965-1995, contain correspondence, reports, and grant proposals funded by the Bruner Foundation. The primary grant topics are education, health, and Jewish concerns.  Subject files include the authority or signed agreement between the foundation and the grant recipient, proposals presented to the foundation, papers written on the grant funded by the foundation and the grant's impact, meeting minutes, and conferences sponsored by the organization being funded.  Two grants that demonstrate the foundation's grant making process are the Nurse Practitioners and the Crossroads School.  Each contains the important aspects of the process such as the proposal, correspondence, and frequent progress reports.  The Nurse Practitioners grant was made in the early part of 1970 and records the foundation's early emphasis in the field of medicine and medical training.  The grant to Crossroads School was made in 1992 and is a source of information about the later emphasis of the foundation on education and evaluation.

Rudy Bruner Awards for Excellence in the Urban Environment Records, 1984-1995, are one of the most important focuses of the Bruner Foundation.  This series contains records on the history of the award and its first five award cycles (1987, 1989, 1991, 1993, and 1995).  These records carefully document the awards process.  This series contains correspondence, meetings of both the selection committee and the task force, information gathered for the book publication, finalist information, and publicity for the award.  The awards files are arranged in chronological order.  The cycles occur in this order: call for entries, meetings of the selection committee, site visits by the task force, selection of finalists, publication of the awards book, and publicity for the finalists.  Further information about the Rudy Bruner Awards can be found in the Board of Trustees minutes.  Award applications are located in the Lockwood Memorial Library's Special Collections at the University of Buffalo (call number: MicFiche HT175.R83).

Photographs and Tapes, 1973-1994, consist of photographs of grant projects, the Rudy Bruner Awards winners, and the Rudy Bruner Awards Presentation.  This collection contains four tapes, one video and three audio.  The video tape is a news broadcast about the Farmer's Market, one of the finalists for the Rudy Bruner Award.  One audio tape is a report given by Edith Friedman about a Physician's Assistant Conference and the other is a radio broadcast about the Senior Medical Consultants.  The Physician's Assistant and Senior Medical Consultants were both programs funded by the Bruner Foundation.  The third audio tape is a task force meeting prior to the selection of the winner for the 1995 Rudy Bruner Award.

SERIES LIST

CONTENTS BOX FOLDER
History of the Bruner Foundation, 1968-1992 1 1
Newsletters, 1991-1992 1 2
Administration Files    
Board of Trustees    
  Correspondence, 1980-1995 1 3-13
  Grants, 1994-1996 1 14
  Minutes, 1983, 1987-1989, 1992 1 15-19
  Notes on Meetings by Janet Carter, 1981-1987 1 20-22
Correspondence    
  General Correspondence, 1984-August 1994 1 23-33
  General Correspondence, September 1994-1995 2 1-4
  Subject Files    
    American Educational Research Association                            Conference, April 4-8, 1994 2 5
    American Evaluation Association, 1990-1996 2 6-11

 

 

American Institute of Architects, 1989-1993

2

12

 

 

Center for Urban Well-being, 1987-1994

2

13

 

 

Communications Network in Philanthropy, 1983-                   1995

2

14-16

 

 

Documentation Study Group, 1990-1995

2

17-20

 

 

Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)

 

 

 

 

 

Council on Foundations Conference, 1993-1994

2

21

 

 

 

Meetings, 1994-1995

2

22-23

 

 

 

Service Award, 1991-1992

2

24

 

 

Foundation Center, 1990-1993

2

25

 

 

Fund for New York City Public Education, 1989-1996

2

26-31

 

 

Housing and Urban Development

 

 

 

 

 

Los Angeles Trip

 

 

 

 

 

 

Janet Carter's Correspondence, 1992

2

32

 

 

 

 

Meeting - Working Through the Crisis,            1992-1993

2

33

 

 

 

 

Trip, June 11-17, 1992

2

34

 

 

 

 

Trip Notes, 1992-1993

3

1

 

 

 

 

Washington D.C. Planning Notes,                    1992

3

2

 

 

 

Conferences, 1994

3

3-7

 

 

 

Consolidated Home and Comprehensive                      Home Affordability Strategy Report, 1993-1994

3

8

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1992-1996

3

9-14

 

 

 

Empowerment Zone

 

 

 

 

 

 

Application, 1993

3

15

 

 

 

 

Workshop, February 18, 1994

3

16

 

 

 

Euston, Andy, 1985-1987

3

17

 

 

 

Notes, 1993-1994

3

18

 

 

 

Planning Proposals, 1993-1994

3

19

 

 

 

Publications, 1994-1995

3

20-21

 

 

 

Seminar, March 23, 1994

3

22

 

 

Housing Senior Sources, 1984-1985

3

23

 

 

Independent Sector, 1993-1995

3

24

 

 

Institute for Urban Design

 

 

 

 

 

Ferebee, Ann, 1985-1993

3

25

 

 

 

Meeting, November 17, 1989

3

26

 

 

Municipal Arts Society, 1988-1989

3

27

 

 

National Center for Restructuring Education,                           Schools, and Teaching (NCREST), 1992-1993

3

28

 

 

National Network of Grantmakers, 1982-1996

3

29-30

 

 

New York Cities Schools Research Consortium,                  1995-1996

3

31

 

 

New York Public Education Data Consortium, 1991

3

32

 

 

New York Public Education Grantmakers Network,                1989-1994

3

33

 

 

New York Regional Association of Grantmakers,                  (NYRAG), 1981-April 1992

3

34-36

 

 

New York Regional Association of Grantmakers, (NYRAG), May 1992-1996

4

1-4

 

 

Richelson, Gerry, 1987

4

5

 

 

Ross, Donald, 1984

4

6

 

 

Shared Housing, 1983-1988

4

7

 

 

United States Conference of Mayors, 1990-1995

4

8

 

 

Urban Institute, 1992-1994

4

9

 

 

Teleconference on Sustainable Communities,                      September 13-14, 1995

4

10

 

 

West Harlem Community Organization, 1984

4

11

 

 

Women in Philanthropy, 1990-1996

4

12-14

Executive Director, Janet Carter

 

 

 

Correspondence

 

 

 

 

Community Resources Exchange, 1995

4

15

 

 

Greene, Jennifer, 1991-1994

4

16

 

 

Smith, Jim, 1989-1994

4

17

 

 

National Results Council, 1994

4

18

 

Council on Foundations

 

 

 

 

Affinity Group, 1994-1995

4

19

 

 

Annual Meeting, 1989, 1992-1995

4

20-25

 

 

Breakfast Group On Evaluation, April 1986

4

26

 

 

Correspondence, 1991-1996

4

27-31

 

 

Evaluation Handbook, Early History, 1986-1991

4

32

 

 

Evaluation Handbook and Advisory Committee                       Meeting, May 15, 1991

4

33-34

 

 

Evaluation Meeting, June 1986

4

35

 

 

Evaluation Workshop, November 14-15, 1994

5

1-2

 

 

Forbes Trust, 1988

5

3

 

 

Institute for New Staff, 1984, 1993

5

4-5

 

 

National Conference on Evaluation, 1994-1995

5

6-7

 

 

Research Committee, 1988-1993

5

8-20

 

Essays and Speeches, 1975-1996

5

21-22

 

Grantmakers Evaluation Network

 

 

 

 

Bylaws, n.d.

5

23

 

 

Correspondence, 1993-December 1995

5

24-30

 

 

Directory, 1993

6

1

 

 

Education Week Article, May 5, 1993

6

2

 

 

Evaluation Committee Handbook, 1986, 1991-1992

6

3

 

 

Newsletter, 1994-1995

6

4

 

 

 

Newsletter Correspondence, 1993-1996

6

5-6

 

 

Regional Association of Grantmakers, 1994-1995

6

7

Educational Programs

 

 

Community Schools

 

 

 

Advisory Committee

 

 

 

 

Meeting, October 25, 1993

6

8-9

 

 

Barrett, Fran, 1989-1993

6

10

 

 

Campbell, Bertha, 1988-1996

6

11-12

 

 

Chittenden, Ted, 1988-1994

6

13

 

 

Fine, Michelle, 1987-1994

6

14-15

 

 

Fruchter, Norm, 1988-1994

6

16

 

 

Wolf, Dennie, 1988-1994

6

17

 

 

Zimiles, Herb, 1989-1994

6

18

 

Reports                   

 

 

 

 

Authority, 1988

6

19

 

 

Background, 1986-1990

6

20

 

 

Evaluations, 1988

6

21

 

 

Exchange, 1992-1993

6

22

 

 

Final Report, 1993

6

23-24

 

 

 

Brochure, 1993

6

25

 

 

 

Concordance, n.d.

6

26-27

 

 

 

Dissemination Ideas, 1992-1994

6

28

 

 

 

Evaluation of New York Schools, 1993

6

29

 

 

 

Review of Performance Indicators, 1993

6

30

 

 

Gould Foundation, 1988-1992

6

31

 

 

Other Reports Prior to Final Report, 1988-1990

6

32-33

 

 

Philadelphia Collaborative, 1991, 1993

6

34-35

 

 

Reforms by Others, 1992-1994

6

36

 

Sites

 

 

 

 

District 2, 1988-1995

6

37-40

 

 

District 3-4, 7, 15-16, 27, 1987-1996

7

1-15

 

 

Public School 287, 21, 332, 1991-1994

7

16-18

 

 

Coordinators, 1990

7

19

 

 

List of Schools by District, 1988, 1992

7

20

 

 

Test Scores, 1989

7

21

 

Staff

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1986-1994

7

22

 

 

Holzman, Michael, Project Director

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1987-1994

7

23-25

 

 

 

Notes by Janet Carter, 1986-1994

7

26

 

 

 

"Refounding Lakeside," 1986

7

27

 

State Education Department

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1988-1994

7

28-29

 

 

 

Thomas School Correspondence, 1988-1994

7

30

 

 

Meetings

 

 

 

 

 

March 30, 1988

7

31

 

 

 

Statewide Meetings, 1988-1994

7

32

 

 

New Compact for Learning, June 8, 1990

7

33

 

 

Notes, 1987-1992

7

34

 

 

Project Handouts, 1987-1991

7

35-36

 

 

School Report to Regents, 1989-1990

8

1

 

 

Walton Report to Regents, 1990

8

2

 

 

United Federation of Teachers, 1989-1990

8

3

Early Childhood Programs in Education

 

 

 

Bruner Foundation, 1984-1986

8

4

 

Mother-Child Home Program, 1984

8

5

Educational Conference

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1990-1994

8

6-7

 

Notebook, March 6-7, 1992

8

8-9

 

Packet, March 6-7, 1992

8

10

 

Press Release, 1992

8

11

 

Videotape, 1992

8

12

Evaluation Consultants

 

 

 

Campbell, Bertha, 1977-1996

8

13

 

Campbell, Patricia, 1986-1996

8

14-16

 

Carter, Janet

 

 

 

 

Advisory Committee, PS 146, 1990-1994

8

17

 

 

Champion, 1993-1994

8

18

 

 

Community Organizing, 1994-1995

8

19

 

 

Correspondence, 1990-1996

8

20-24

 

 

Funders Concerned About AIDS, 1993

8

25

 

 

Path Prism, 1991-1992, 1994

8

26-28

 

 

Wilson, Tom, Boston College, 1993

8

29

 

Cherny, Jules, 1988-1995

8

30

 

Frankl, Jeanne, 1988-1995

8

31

 

Friedman, Grace Ibanez, 1990

8

32

 

Fruchter, Norm, 1994

8

33

 

Gordon, Arlene, 1992-1996

8

34-36

 

Holzman, Michael, 1994

8

37-38

 

Israel, Sherry, 1982-1986

9

1

 

Krischer, Jeffrey, 1982-1987

9

2-3

 

Tannenbaum, Perry, 1983-1986

9

4

 

Zimiles, Herb, 1983-1991

9

5-6

Guidance Initiative

 

 

 

Aaron Diamond Foundation

 

 

 

 

Design, 1989

9

7

 

 

Financial Support, 1989-1996

9

8

 

Advisory Committee

 

 

 

 

Meetings, 1989-1991

9

9

 

 

Corcoran, Thomas, 1989-1990

9

10

 

 

Jackson, Barbara, 1990

9

11

 

 

Shapiro, Edna, 1989-1991

9

12

 

 

White, Gardenia, 1989

9

13

 

Reports, 1990

9

14

 

Sites

 

 

 

 

IS 88, 1990-1992

9

15

 

 

 

Gressel, Gail, 1991-1992

9

16

 

 

 

Notes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Church, Alex, 1991-1992

9

17

 

 

 

 

Good Shepherd Services, 1989-1992

9

18

 

 

 

 

Perry, Jacqueline, 1989-1990

9

19

 

 

JHS 54

 

 

 

 

          Allen, Deborah, 1990-1991

9

20

 

 

JHS 60, 1989-1992

9

21

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1989-1992

9

22

 

 

 

Church, Alex, Coded Notes, 1990-1991

9

23-24

 

 

 

Notes (General), 1988-1992

9

25

 

 

 

School Climate Characteristics, 1990

9

26

 

 

 

Statistics, 1990-1991

9

27

 

Staff

 

 

 

 

Allen, Deborah

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1989-1992

9

28

 

 

 

Janet Carter Notes, 1989-1991

9

29

 

 

Church, Alex

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1989-1992

9

30

 

 

 

Janet Carter Notes, 1990-1991

9

31

 

 

Student Evaluators, 1991

9

32

Martha Bruner Scholars

 

 

 

Authority, 1980-1988

9

33

 

Background, 1976

9

34

 

Correspondence, 1980-1994

9

35-48

 

Reports, 1982-1990

9

39

Grants

 

 

 

A List of Past Grants, 1969-1983

9

40

 

ALCOR

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1971-1977

10

1-3

 

 

Meetings, 1971-1974

10

4

 

 

Pamphlets, 1969-1973

10

5

 

 

Proposals, 1971-1975

10

6-7

 

 

Reports, 1972-1976

10

8-10

 

Aleph Society/Rabbi Steinhsalz, 1985-1992

10

11

 

American Israel Cultural Foundation, 1967-1971

10

12

 

American Jewish Congress, 1981-1986

10

13

 

American Jewish Society for Service, 1984-1986

10

14

 

American Professors for Peace

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1980-1984

10

15

 

 

Proposals, 1982

10

16

 

Anti-Defamation League

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1977-1983

10

17

 

 

Newsletter, 1983

10

18

 

 

Proposals, n.d.

10

19

 

 

Reports, 1978-1979

10

20

 

Associated Y's

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1979-1982

10

21

 

 

Meetings, 1979-1981

10

22

 

 

Pamphlets, 1979-1980

10

23

 

 

Proposals, 1979-1981

10

24

 

 

Reports, 1980-1982

10

25-26

 

Bank Street College

 

 

 

 

Authority/Budget, 1987-1988

10

27

 

 

Correspondence, 1987-1992

10

28

 

 

Reports, 1988-1990

10

29

 

David Bensman, Central Park East Schools

 

 

 

 

The Paradox of Successful High School Reform, 1994

10

30

 

 

Social Cost Benefit Study, 1992-1995

10

31-33

 

 

Paul Tanish Report, 1994

11

1

 

Boston University

 

 

 

 

Authority, 1988-1990

11

2

 

 

Correspondence, 1986-1990

11

3-4

 

 

Robbins, Anthony, 1986-1988

11

5

 

Brookdale Hospital

 

 

 

 

Annual Report Scrapbook, 1980

11

6

 

 

Bruner Developmental Disabilities Center, 1972-1980

11

7

 

 

Center on Aging, 1987-1988

11

8

 

 

Correspondence, 1980-1984

11

9-10

 

 

Proposals, 1979-1983

11

11-12

 

 

Reports, 1980-1984

11

13-14

 

 

School Health Demonstration Project, 1982

11

15-16

 

Center for Collaborative Education (CCE) 

 

 

 

 

Advisory Board

 

 

 

 

 

General, 1990, 1994-1995

11

17-18

 

 

 

Meetings, 1990-1991, 1993

11

19-21

 

 

Authority, 1989

11

22

 

 

Conferences, 1989, 1992

11

23-24

 

 

Correspondence, 1987-1995

11

25-28

 

 

Meetings

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary School Accountability, July 10,                 1990

11

29

 

 

 

Graduation Portfolio, June 11, 1993

11

30

 

 

 

Math and Science Portfolio Review, May 9,                 1991

11

31

 

 

 

Member's Retreat, Her Majesty's Inspectors of            Schools, October 26, 1991

11

32

 

 

 

Grant Review, September 18, 1990

11

33

 

 

Notes, 1989-1991

11

34

 

 

Papers, 1992

11

35

 

 

Proposal, 1989

11

36

 

 

Reports, 1999-1992

11

37-40

 

Center for Life at Sunset Park

 

 

 

 

Authority, 1984

12

1

 

 

Correspondence, 1984-1991

12

2-3

 

 

Notes, 1984-1989

12

4

 

 

Planning Grant, 1984

12

5

 

 

Report, n.d.

12

6

 

Climacteric Institute of the University of Florida, 1982-1985

12

7

 

Coalition of Essential Schools (CES)

 

 

 

 

Fall Conference, November, 1990

12

8

 

 

Fall Forum, 1992

12

9

 

 

General, 1990-1996

12

10

 

 

Member's Retreat Meeting with Center for Collaborative Education, Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools, 1991-1992

12

11

 

 

Muncey, Donna, 1988-1993

12

12

 

Community Resource Center

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1976-1980

12

13

 

 

Proposals, 1977

12

14

 

 

Reports, 1976-1980 

12

15

 

Consumer Health Advocacy Program of Massachusetts                 (CHAP=M)

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1977-1981

12

16-17

 

 

Proposals, 1977-1980

12

18

 

 

Reports, 1979, 1982

12

19

 

Crossroads School

 

 

 

 

Authority, 1992-1995

12

20

 

 

Community Service Academy, 1993-1995

12

21

 

 

Conference, May 22, 1995

12

22

 

 

Conversation Meetings, 1993-1994

12

23-26

 

 

Correspondence, 1990-1995

12

27-30

 

 

Evaluation Discussion, July 6, 1995

12

31

 

 

Fourth Grade Unit, n.d.

12

32

 

 

Papers, 1992-1994

12

33-35

 

 

Reports, 1995-19965

12

36-37

 

 

Reports, 1996

13

1

 

Demonstration Project - Florida Inter-University Center,                  1994-1995

13

2

 

Dental Therapies

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1969-1972

13

3

 

 

Proposals, 1969

13

4

 

 

Reports, 1969-1972

13

5

 

Dialysis Technicians

 

 

 

 

Conference, 1973

13

6

 

 

Correspondence, 1970-1977

13

7

 

 

Proposals, 1969

13

8

 

 

Reports, 1970-1972

13

9

 

Early Adolescent Helper

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1984-1987

13

10

 

 

Proposal, 1984-1987

13

11

 

 

Reports, 1986-1987

13

12

 

East Baltimore Community Center

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1970-1972

13

13

 

 

Proposals, 1970-1971

13

14

 

 

Reports, 1971-1972

13

15-16

 

East Harlem Breast Cancer Clinic

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1969-1974

13

17

 

 

Proposals, 1968-1971

13

18

 

 

Reports, 1970-1972

13

19

 

East Harlem Photography Project

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1968-1971

13

20

 

 

Reports, 1967-1969

13

21

 

East Harlem Triangle

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1968-1971

13

22

 

 

Proposal, 1968

13

23

 

 

Reports, 1966-1967

13

24

 

Educational Testing Services (ETS)

 

 

 

 

Authorization, 1988

13

25

 

 

Budgeting, 1988-1993

13

26

 

 

Correspondence, 1987-1993

13

27

 

 

Meetings, 1990, 1992

13

28

 

 

Notes, 1988-1992

13

29

 

 

Proposals, 1990-1993

13

30

 

 

Reports, 1990-1992

13

31

 

Encampment for Citizenship

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1968-1971

13

32

 

 

Reports, 1968-1970

13

33

 

Erie County Mental Health Manpower Development Projects

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1969-1970

13

34

 

 

Proposals, 1969

13

35

 

 

Reports, 1969-1970

13

36

 

Federation of Jewish Philanthropists

 

 

 

 

Day Care, 1987

13

37

 

 

Evaluation Project, 1983-1987

13

38-40

 

 

Proposal to the Urban Institute, 1987

13

41

 

Friends and Relatives of the Institutionalized Aged

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1977-1982

14

1

 

 

Newsletters and Brochures, 1978-1979

14

2

 

 

Reports, 1978-1982

14

3

 

Georgetown University

 

 

 

 

Budget, 1973-1980

14

4

 

 

Conferences, 1974-1975

14

5

 

 

Correspondence, 1972-1982

14

6-7

 

 

Papers, 1972-1980

14

8-9

 

 

Proposals, 1973, 1977, 1982

14

10

 

 

Reports, 1973-1979

14

11-12

 

George Washington University

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1978-1981

14

13

 

 

Proposals, 1978-1982

14

14

 

 

Reports, 1978-1982

14

15

 

Gesher

 

 

 

 

General, 1984-1986

14

16-17

 

 

Proposal, 1983

14

18

 

Goals, 1968

14

19

 

Goddard-Riverside Community Center

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1979-1984

14

20

 

 

Proposal, 1981-1982

14

21

 

 

Reports, 1980-1981

14

22

 

Government Hospital Tel-Hashomer

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1969-1977

14

23

 

 

Pamphlets, 1973, 1977

14

24

 

Grant-makers in Health, 1980-1981

14

25

 

Graubard

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1969-1972

14

26

 

 

Proposals, 1969

14

27

 

 

Reports, 1969-1972

14

28

 

Haifa Sex Clinic

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1972-1980

14

29

 

 

Financial Reports, 1977

14

30

 

 

Proposals, 1973-1976

14

31

 

Health Center Project

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1968-1970

14

32-33

 

 

Proposals, 1969

14

34

 

Henry Street Settlement

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1973-1976

14

35

 

 

Papers, 1974

14

36

 

 

Proposals, 1972-1973

14

37

 

High Scope

 

 

 

 

Authority/Budget, 1985-1989

14

38

 

 

Correspondence, 1987-1989

14

39

 

 

Notes, 1987-1989

14

40

 

 

Papers, 1985

14

41

 

 

Reports, 1987

14

42

 

Hope Center, 1968-1970

14

43

 

Hunterdon Occupational Training Center (HOTC), 1980-                 1982

14

44

 

Hunterdon Occupational Training Center (HOTC), 1983-1987

15

1-3

 

Institute for Jewish Experience

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1982-1983

15

4

 

 

Proposals, 1982

15

5

 

Institute on American Jewish Israeli Relations

 

 

 

 

General, 1982-1988

15

6

 

 

Letters of Commitment, 1983-1986

15

7

 

 

Reports, 1984

15

8

 

Interns for Peace, 1982-1994

15

9-13

 

Israel Grants from New York, 1975-1977

15

14

 

Israeli Diaspora Institute

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1983-1984

15

15

 

 

Meetings, 1981-1985

15

16-17

 

 

Proposal, 1981

15

18

 

 

Reports, 1981-1985

15

19-20

 

Israeli Musical Heritage Project, 1984-1992

15

21-22

 

Jerusalem Workshop for Judaism and Media, 1982-1987

15

23-25

 

Jewish Community Service

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1969-1973

15

26

 

 

Pamphlets, 1969-1971

15

27

 

 

Proposals, 1969-1970

15

28

 

 

Reports, 1968-1971

15

29

 

Jewish Community Services of Long Island

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1976-1982

15

30

 

 

Newsletters, 1976-1980

15

31

 

 

Proposals, 1975

15

32

 

 

Reports, 1978-1982

15

33

 

Jewish Diffusion Network

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1977-1984

15

34

 

 

Meetings, 1983-1984

15

35

 

 

Proposals, 1983

15

36

 

 

Publications, 1983

16

1

 

Jewish Fund for Justice

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1982-1986

16

2

 

 

Reports, 1983-1984

16

3

 

Judaic Studies - University of California, 1981-1991

16

4-5

 

Lexington School for the Deaf

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1972-1980

16

6

 

 

Proposals, 1973, 1975, 1979

16

7

 

 

Reports, 1971-1979

16

8

 

Manhattan Community College

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1968-1971

16

9

 

 

Proposals, 1969

16

10

 

 

Reports, 1967-1971

16

11-12

 

Mental Health Association of New York

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1981-1985, 1994

16

13-16

 

 

Meetings, 1981-1985

16

17-19

 

 

Papers, 1976-1985

16

20

 

 

Proposals, 1983-1985

16

21

 

 

Reports, 1980-1985

16

22-23

 

NAIROBI, 1984-1986

16

24

 

National Association for Practical Nurses Education and   Services, 1965-1967

16

25

 

National Committee for Citizens in Education (NCCE)

 

 

 

 

Academy for Educational Development, 1984-1987

16

26-28

 

 

Brochures and Manuals, 1986-1987

16

29

 

 

Correspondence, 1986-1990

16

30

 

 

Meetings, 1987-1988

16

31

 

 

Notes, 1986-1990

16

32

 

 

Proposal/Budget, 1986-1988

16

33

 

 

Reports, 1986-1987

16

34-35

 

 

Reports, 1987-1991

17

1-4

 

 

Teacher's College Conference, 1988

17

5

 

National Graduate University, 1986-1987

 

 

 

 

Conferences, 1966-1974

17

6-7

 

 

Correspondence, 1968-1978, 1986-1987

17

8-10

 

 

Newsletter, 1962-1976

17

11

 

 

Papers, 1966-1975

17

12

 

 

Proposals, 1969-1972

17

13

 

 

Reports, 1969-1973

17

14

 

 

University Information, 1969-1971

17

15

 

New York Association for the Blind

 

 

 

 

Annual Reports, 1974, 1979, 1982-1983

17

16

 

 

Client Information System Manual, 1983

17

17

 

 

Correspondence, 1976-1983

17

18

 

 

Organizational Study, Dr. A.E. Gillman, June 9, 1983

17

19

 

 

Pamphlets, 1980-1983

17

20

 

 

Papers, 1982-1983

17

21

 

 

Proposals, 1975-1982

17

22

 

New York Cities-in-Schools

 

 

 

 

Budget, 1987

17

23

 

 

Campbell and Campbell, 1987

17

24

 

 

Correspondence, 1986-1988

17

25

 

 

Evaluation Design, 1986-1987

17

26

 

 

Evaluations, 1982

17

27

 

 

Post Grant, 1988-1994

17

28

 

 

Post Grant Dissemination, 1987-1988

17

29

 

 

Primerica, 1986-1988

17

30

 

 

Reports, 1986-1988

17

31-32

 

New York Fund for New Citizens

 

 

 

 

General, 1987-1989

17

33-34

 

 

Reports, 1987-1988

17

35

 

New York Medical College - Valhalla, 1984-1987

17

36

 

New York University, Robert Berne, 1995-1996

18

1

 

New York University School of Medicine

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1978-1980

18

2

 

 

Financial Reports, 1979-1980

18

3

 

 

Proposals, 1978-1980

18

4

 

Norfolk Mental Health Association

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1977-1979

18

5

 

 

Proposal, 1978

18

6

 

 

Reports, 1976-1977

18

7

 

Nuclear Medicine - Israel, 1977-1978

18

8

 

Nurse Practitioners

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1970-1978

18

9

 

 

Meetings, 1970, 1972

18

10

 

 

Newsletters, 1971-1977

18

11

 

 

Papers, 1967-1973

18

12-14

 

 

Proposals, 1972-1974

18

15-16

 

 

Reports, 1970-1978

18

17

 

Nurse Training Program

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1967-1969

18

18

 

 

Publications, 1964-1968

18

19

 

 

Reports, 1965-1969

18

20

 

Physician Assistant Program

 

 

 

 

Conference on Health Practitioners, April 17-21, 1977

18

21

 

 

Conferences, 1970-1974

18

22

 

 

Correspondence, 1969-1978

18

23

 

 

Meetings, 1976

18

24

 

 

Pamphlets, 1970-1974

18

25

 

 

Papers, 1971

18

26

 

 

Proposals, 1973

18

27

 

 

Reports, 1969-1971

18

28

 

 

White Paper on Physician's Assistant, n.d.

18

29

 

Physician Assistant Program on Continuing Education

 

 

 

 

Conference Report - Edith Friedman, April 1973

24

19

 

 

Correspondence, 1974-1980

18

30

 

 

Manual, 1979

18

31

 

 

Meetings, 1976-1977

18

32

 

 

Pamphlets, 1975-1976

18

33

 

 

Papers, 1974-1978

18

34

 

 

Proposals, 1975

19

1

 

 

Reports, 1976-1978

19

2

 

Rambam Medical Center

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1982-1983

19

3

 

 

Proposals, 1983

19

4-5

 

Rambam University Hospital

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1969-1983

19

6

 

 

Financial Reports, 1971-1977

19

7

 

 

Proposals, 1969

19

8

 

Regional Emergency Medical Services

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1958, 1974-1977

19

9

 

 

Proposals, 1975

19

10

 

 

Reports, 1975-1976

19

11

 

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1972-1979

19

12

 

 

Press Releases, 1972-1976

19

13

 

Rubin Institute, 1970-1972

19

14

 

Salk Institute

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1977-1978

19

15

 

 

Proposal, n.d.

19

16

 

 

Reports, 1978-1979

19

17

 

Senior Medical Consultants

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1970-1978

19

18

 

 

NBC Broadcast, July 7, 1974

24

19

 

 

Pamphlets, 1974, 1977

19

19

 

 

Proposals, 1971-1972, 1976

19

20

 

 

Reports, 1973

19

21

 

Sheppard and Pratt Hospital

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1971-1980

19

22

 

 

Reports, 1977-1978

19

23

 

Smith, David, Mapping the World by Heart, 1992-1994

19

24

 

South Bronx Development Organization, 1984-1985

19

25

 

Stanley S. Lamm Institute

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1976-1979

19

26

 

 

Proposals, 1975, 1977

19

27

 

 

Reports, 1978-1979

19

28

 

Stonybrook

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1971-1980

19

29-30

 

 

Financial Reports, 1971-1979

19

31

 

 

Meetings, 1971-1977

19

32

 

 

Newsletter and Pamphlets, 1970-1971

19

33

 

 

Papers, 1971-1975

19

34

 

 

Proposals, 1970-1976

19

35

 

 

Reports, 1971-1977

19

36-38

 

Structure of Intellect

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1982-1984

19

39

 

 

Proposals, 1982

19

40

 

 

Reports, 1983-1984

19

41

 

Sustain

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1972-1976

20

1

 

 

Pamphlets, 1974

20

2

 

 

Proposals, 1972, 1975

20

3

 

 

Reports, 1972-1977

20

4

 

Tarrytown Group, 1981

20

5

 

Teacher Training for Emotionally Disturbed

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1968, 1972

20

6

 

 

Meetings, 1967-1968

20

7

 

 

Papers, 1967-1968

20

8-11

 

 

Proposals, 1968

20

12

 

Technion

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1968-1975

20

13

 

 

Proposal, 1969, 1975

20

14

 

 

Publications, 1971-1972

20

15-17

 

 

Reports, 1970-1973

20

18

 

Touro College

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1972-1979

20

19

 

 

Proposals, n.d.

20

20

 

 

Reports, 1971-1973

20

21

 

University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, 1981

20

22

 

Voter Registration, 1987-1988

20

23

 

Weizman Institute

 

 

 

 

Booklets, 1972-1980

20

24     

 

 

Correspondence, 1968-1982

20

25

 

 

Proposals, n.d.

20

26

 

 

Research, 1972-1978

20

27

 

Woods-Buck Training Program

 

 

 

 

Booklets, 1968-1970

20

28

 

 

Correspondence, 1969-1971

20

29

 

 

Proposals ,1969

20

30

 

Yale, 1984-1986

20

31

 

Yeshiva University, 1984-1990

20

32

Rudy Bruner Award for Excellence in the Urban Environment

 

 

Evolution of Award

 

 

 

Articles by Robert Shibley, 1990

20

33

 

Award Statements, 1985-1986

20

34

 

Competition Project, 1990

20

35

 

Concept Evaluation Award to Other Foundations, 1984-1986

20

36

 

General Rationale, 1987

20

37

 

History, 1984-1987

20

38

 

National League of Cities, 1989-1992

20

39

 

Organizational Sources, 1985

20

40

 

Partners for Livable Places, 1984-1987

20

41

 

Past and Present Advisory and Selection Committee                      Members, 1987-1993

20

42

 

Places Journal, 1990-1991

20

43

 

Preface, Simeon Bruner, 1989

20

44

 

Working Papers, 1985

20

45

1987 Award Cycle

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1984-1987

21

1

 

Selection Committee

 

 

 

 

Meetings, 1987

21

2-3

 

Task Force

 

 

 

 

Meetings, 1985-1987

21

4-12

 

 

Correspondence Related to Meetings, 1985-1987

21

13-14

 

Finalists

 

 

 

 

Announcements, 1987

21

15

 

 

Casa Rita - Bronx Correspondence, 1987

21

16

 

 

Fairmont Health Center, 1987

21

17

 

 

Pike Place Market, 1987

21

18

 

 

 

Sunday Morning News Broadcast, July 12,   1987

24

20

 

 

Zaretsky Breakfast, July 13, 1987

21

19

 

1987 Book

 

 

 

 

Author's Marketing Questionnaire, 1989

21

20

 

 

Contract, 1987-1988

21

21

 

 

Correspondence, 1988-1989

21

22-23

 

 

Legal Releases, 1987-1995

21

24

 

 

Notes and Memos, 1989

21

25

 

 

Press Release, n.d.

21

26

 

 

Reviews, 1990

21

27

 

 

Van Nostrand Reinhold

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1988-1992

21

28

 

 

 

Instructions for Authors, 1989

21

29

 

 

 

Prospectus, 1987

21

30

 

Publicity

 

 

 

 

Chain Letter and Written Responses, 1986

21

31

 

 

Goldenbock and Barrell, Award Use, 1986-1987

21

32

 

 

P.R. Campaigns, 1986-1987

21

33

 

 

Press Releases, 1985-1987

21

34-36

 

 

Winner and Finalists, 1987

21

37

1989 Award Cycle

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1988-1989

21

38

 

Applications

 

 

 

 

Call for Entries, 1989

21

39

 

Selection Committee Meeting, 1989

21

40

 

Advisory Committee, 1988-1989

21

41

 

Task Force

 

 

 

 

Correspondence Related to Meetings, 1989

21

42

 

 

Meetings, 1988-1989

21

43-47

 

Finalists

 

 

 

 

Cabrillo Village, 1989

21

48

 

 

Portland Downtown Plan, 1989

21

49

 

 

Radical Use Project, Lincoln, 1989

21

50

 

 

Southwest Corridor, Boston, 1989

21

51

 

 

Stowe Recreation Path, 1989

21

52

 

 

Tenant Interim Lease, 1989

21

53

 

1989 Book

 

 

 

 

Author Correspondence, 1987-1994

21

54

 

 

Center for Policy Research Book Agreement, 1989

21

55

 

 

Correspondence with Center for Policy Research,                 1990-1995

21

56

 

 

Interviews with Selection Committee, 1989

21

57

 

 

Landslides (lost book) Correspondence, 1991-1993

21

58

 

 

Photograph Correspondence, 1990-1991

21

59

 

 

Photo Credits, 1989

21

60

 

Publicity

 

 

 

 

Goldberg and Kahn Public Relations, 1988

21

61-62

 

 

Goldensohn, Marty, Reporter, 1989-1990

21

63

 

 

Mailing Lists, 1989

21

64

 

 

P.R. Campaign, 1988

21

65

 

 

P.R. Dissemination, 1988

21

66

 

 

Press Releases, 1988-1989

21

67-68

 

 

Project Abstracts - Goldberg and Kahn, 1989

21

69

1991 Award Cycle

 

 

 

Applications

 

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1990-1992

22

1

 

 

Original Words, 1991

22

2

 

Selection Committee

 

 

 

 

Janet Carter interviews with ex-members, May 1991

22

3

 

 

Meetings, 1991

22

4-5

 

Advisory Committee

 

 

 

 

General, 1990-1991

22

6

 

 

Sommer, Robert, 1990-1991

22

7

 

Task Force

 

 

 

 

Correspondence related to meetings, 1990-1991

22

8-9

 

 

Meetings, 1990-1991

22

10-12

 

 

Site Visit Report, 1991

22

13

 

Finalists

 

 

 

 

Brooklyn/Queens Greenway, 1991

22

14

 

 

Greenmarket, 1991

22

15

 

 

Ocean Drive Improvement Project, 1991

22

16

 

 

Roslindale Village, 1991

22

17

 

 

West Clinton Action, 1991

22

18

 

1991 Book

 

 

 

 

Authors, 1991-1993

22

19

 

 

Publishing, 1991-1994

22

20

 

Publicity

 

 

 

 

Awards Celebration

 

 

 

 

 

General, 1991

22

21

 

 

 

Press Releases, 1991

22

22

 

 

Conferences, 1990-1991

22

23

 

 

Goldensohn, Marty, Reporter, 1991

22

24

 

 

Mailing Lists, 1991

22

25

1993 Award Cycle

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1993-1994

22

26

 

Applications

 

 

 

 

Application Information, 1993

22

27

 

 

Call for Entries, 1993

22

28

 

Selection Committee

 

 

 

 

Meetings, 1993

22

29-30

 

 

Tape Transcriptions ,April 1993

22

31

 

Advisory Committee, 1992-1994

22

32

 

Task Force

 

 

 

 

Correspondence Related to Meetings, 1992-1993

22

33-34

 

 

Meetings, 1992-1993

22

35-37

 

Finalists

 

 

 

 

Betts-Longworth Historic District, 1993

22

38

 

 

Beyond Homelessness, 1993

22

39

 

 

Harper Point Apartments, 1993-1995

22

40-41

 

 

New Community Corporation, 1993

23

1

 

 

Park at Post Office Square, 1993

23

2

 

Publicity

 

 

 

 

Goldensohn, Marty, Reporter, 1992-1993

23

3-4

 

 

Mailing List, 1993

23

5

 

 

Presentation of the Rudy Bruner Award, 1993

23

6

 

 

Press Releases, 1993

23

7

1995 Award Cycle

 

 

 

Correspondence, 1995

23

8

 

Task Force

 

 

 

 

Correspondence Related to Meetings, 1994-1995

23

9

 

 

Meetings, 1994

23

10-11

 

 

Meetings, 1994

24

1

 

 

Tape of Meeting, December 20, 1994

24

19

 

Finalists, 1995

24

2

 

Publicity

 

 

 

 

Empowerment Network Foundation, 1995

24

3

 

 

Goldensohn, Marty, Reporter, 1994-1996

24

4

 

 

Press Release, 1995

24

5

Photographs

 

 

 

Bruner Developmental Disabilities Center, 1974-1975

24

6

 

Award Finalists, 1987

24

7

 

Book Photos, 1989

24

8

 

Cabrillo Village, 1989

24

9

 

Radical Reuse Project, 1989

24

10

 

Selection Committee, 1989

24

11

 

Southwest Corridor, 1989

24

12

 

Awards Presentation, 1991

24

13

 

Selection Committee, 1991

24

14

 

Slides, 1991

24

15

 

Los Angeles Trip Slides, 1992

24

16

 

Award Finalists, 1993

24

17

 

Awards Presentation, 1993

24

18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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