Harvey Wiley Corbett architectural drawings and papers, circa 1914-1949
A paper inventory is available in the Dept. of Drawings & Archives.
Included are 1,756 photographs of architectural drawings, architectural models, and completed buildings designed by Corbett, dating from approximately World War I to the 1940s. These include Bush House, London; Bush Terminal Building, New York; buildings at the Chicago World's Fair; Future City (New York of the future); George Washington National Masonic Temple Memorial; Criminal Courts Building (The Tombs), New York; and others. Thirty architectural drawings, 1934-1942 and undated, of Corbett's Church of the Good Shepherd in Brooklyn are included. Also, a list of projects executed by Harvey Wiley Corbett Associates, correspondence, memoranda, printed material, and photographs of Corbett.