Papers consist of research materials (including photocopies of original documents), correspondence, drafts of articles, photograpic
illustrations, and finished publications on architects Joseph Jacques Ramée and Le Corbusier.
Paul V. Turner, trained as an architect and art historian, has been on the faculty of Stanford's Dept. of Art and Art History
since 1971. His publications include THE EDUCATION OF LE CORBUSIER; JOSEPH RAMÉE : INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECT OF THE REVOLUTIONARY
ERA; THE FOUNDERS & THE ARCHITECTS: THE DESIGN OF STANFORD UNIVERSITY; and CAMPUS: AN AMERICAN PLANNING TRADITION. He chaired
the university committee overseeing the repair of Frank Lloyd Wright's Hanna House, badly damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta
earthquake, and in 2001 received the Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for distinctive contributions to undergraduate education.
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This collection is open for research.