Series: Project Records, 1911-2000
Series includes interview transcriptions and related correspondence and reference materials, E.D. 489U/Plan 489A syllabus (Texas A&M, class taught by McGraw and Hinojosa, 1983), student works, reports, drafts, pre-prints and reprints of conference papers and journal articles, notes, charts, memos, clippings, reference materials, a small quantity of black and white and color photos. The archive has maintained what we believe to be the original order, reflecting Robert Cornish's organization of reference items and his intermingling of students' works with his research materials and own creative works. Some dates and spelling of names are inconsistent; the archive normalized these incidents in which the information was known. Of note are what appears to be copies of University of Texas Professor Hugo Leipziger-Pearce's own correspondence, reference files, and creative works, with some items annotated for Cornish's use.
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The creator is the American Planning Association -- Texas Chapter. The entire collection is located in the Alexander Architectural Archive and consists of 8 linear feet of papers, 12 audio cassettes, 36 diskettes, 46 slides. The records of the collection span from 1911-2000. The History of Planning in Texas Project archives were donated to The University of Texas at Austin by the American Planning Association in 1995. The collection is ongoing.Eleven Oral Histories related to Texas State Planning, 1981-1990