1942 publication by Egbert Jacobson.
Draft of an article by Dichter on American export prospects in Europe
Secret state police (Gestapo) file on the removal of Ernst Fraenkel's German citizenship.
Christian Century, July 26, 1967
Report of the Study for the Ford Foundation on Policy and Program
Report on postwar German public opinion and attitude studies
1958 Good Packaging Yearbook company profile of Landor Associates
Draft of Lazarsfeld's Grant Application to Rockefeller, c. 1932
Rockefeller Foundation letter of introduction
Request for a letter of recommendation
Breuer's plans to immigrate to the U.S.
1933 letter from John Van Sickle to Edmund E. Day.
Sibyl Moholy-Nagy on the uncertain future of the Institute of Design/New Bauhaus
Loewy on marketing the Renault 5 in the United States
Loewy Speech on Industrial Design
Two letters on Bayer's organization of MoMA exhibitions
Neutra on the role of an architect in the life of modern man
Memorandum on Nazi organizations involved in war crimes
1961 Article from the Deutsche Bauzeitung on the origins of Knoll International
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