Harold Stump (1905-1996) taught architecture at the University of California, Berkeley from 1939-1972. Stump traveled extensively
through Asia, Africa, and Europe and photographed architectural monuments, ancient and modern. The Stump papers consist of
correspondence, research files, writings, faculty administrative documents, and photographs relating primarily to Stump's
teaching career at UC Berkeley's Department of Architecture and College of Environmental Design. Of interest is his collection
of correspondence to and from prominent architects and theorists pertaining to architecture and aesthetics.
All requests for permission to publish, reproduce, or quote from materials in the collection should be discussed with the