American and European architectural images totaling four thousand one hundred and eighty-three images (4,183) two thirds of
which are of American architecture and the rest European, with a small number of images from Mexico.
Wayne Andrews was born in 1913 and raised in Illinois, graduated from Harvard (1936) and earned a PhD in art history from
Columbia University in 1956. He held a succession of positions, and in 1964, accepted a position at Wayne State University,
Detroit, as the Archives of American Art Professor. Andrews wrote many books on architecture, focusing primarily on many aspects
of American scene. He took photographs wherever he went in the United States and Europe. He retired from Wayne State in 1983,
and died in 1987.
39.0 linear feet
(94 document boxes)
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