Robert Philip Gordon papers, 1963-2010

The Robert Philip Gordon papers consist of selected work from the professional career of architect, urban planner, artist, professor and Illinois Institute of Technology graduate Robert Philip Gordon. These selections may be useful to students and researchers who wish to explore this work and this period of time in Chicago history. All items in this collection are a gift of Robert Philip Gordon.

The papers are divided into five series and organized chronologically by project. These categories demonstrate the different types of work Mr. Gordon performed over the course of his career.

Series 1 (Architecture - Residential Buildings, Commercial Buildings)
Series 2 (Artwork - Chicago Drawings and Sketchbooks, Including sketches of Mayors Office meetings, Paris Etchings and Drawings, European Sketchbooks)
Series 3 (Biography - Awards, Degrees, Promotional Items)
Series 4 (Planning and Landscape Architecture - Alternatives for Planning Kenwood-Oakland (Planning Booklet 1968), The Grant Part Conservancy Drawings)
Series 5 (Publications - Books, Newspaper Articles, Graduate Thesis)

Link to finding aid: http://findingaids.archives.iit.edu/repositories/2/resources/579

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Alternatives for Planning - Kenwood Oakland
Jardin du Luxembourg en Hiver
Les Arcades D'Annecy, La Vieille Ville, Rue Pieton
Notre Dame de Paris
Paris, Hotel Tholoze
Site Study
Sketchbook 4: Meetings 2001
Voiture Electrique, Bd. St Germain, Paris, 1989-01-28, La Terrasse Deux Maggots