The Jody Greenwald research materials on Cliff May span 6 linear feet and date from circa 1950 to circa 2009. The collection
includes Cliff May’s correspondence organized by residential project, transcriptions of an interview Greenwald did with May
in 1984, her personal research notes, magazine and newspaper clippings regarding Cliff May’s work, black-and-white photographs
and slides of Cliff May’s residential designs, and VHS tape recordings of episode number 412 of the television show “If Walls
Could Talk” which featured a Cliff May San Diego hacienda. The flat file folder contains reprographic copies of floor plans
and elevations for Cliff Mays' own homes. Note that some of the materials in this collection, such as carbon copies of May's
correspondence, were given to Greenwald by Cliff May before he donated his papers to the repository.
Jody Greenwald, California interior designer, educator, lecturer and writer was born in Los Angeles, California on August
13, 1922. She attended the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) for both her Bachelor’s degree in Design and Art History
as well as her Master’s degree in Art and Architectural History. In 1972, she founded and was the director of the Interior
and Environmental Design Program at UCLA Extension. During her career, Greenwald did extensive research on Cliff May for a
prospective book that never came to fruition. Jody Greenwald died at the age of 88, on June 5, 2010.
6.0 Linear feet
(6 record storage boxes, 1 flat file)
Partially processed collection, open for use by qualified researchers.