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PACE Associates Records

A work made of correspondence, holograph papers, typescript papers, architectural drawings, architectural reprographic prints, maps, printed material, photographs, slides, and negatives..

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  • A work made of correspondence, holograph papers, typescript papers, architectural drawings, architectural reprographic prints, maps, printed material, photographs, slides, and negatives..

Date:

1924-2009 (bulk 1948-1986)

Artist:

PACE Associates

About this artwork

Pace Associates, Inc. (successor to Neri & Sit, Inc.) were a Chicago, Illinois firm founded in 1946, including the principals Sam C. Sit, Charles Booher Genther, John F. Kausal, Jerome J. Neri, and M. Ali Yusuf. Major works include: Carman Hall Apartments, Illinois Institute of Technology, (1951-1953); College of Architecture, aka S.R. Crown Hall, Illinois Institute of Technology, (1956); 900-910 N. Lake Shore Drive, aka Esplanade Apartments, (1953-1956); 860-880 N. Lake Shore Drive (1949-1951); Promontory Apartments (1949) — all Chicago, Illinois, with Mies van der Rohe — and Algonquin Apartments, Chicago, IL (1950-1952).

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Status

Currently Off View

Department

AIC Archives

Artist

Pace Associates (Architect)

Title

PACE Associates Records

Date

Made 1924–2009

Medium

Correspondence, holograph papers, typescript papers, architectural drawings, architectural reprographic prints, maps, printed material, photographs, slides, and negatives.

Dimensions

1 oversize portfolio, and flatfile materials: H.: 221 cm (87 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Shirley B. Genther and Gene Genther, 2004; William McNeal, Jr., 2013.

Reference Number

2002.11

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