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Abstract

Spring, 1985, volume 3, number 2 edition of newsletter created by Lawrence Institute of Technology (now Lawrence Technological University) students in the College of Architecture and Design. Editors: Mark Demsky, Tammis Donaldson, graphics: Sheila Smith, Bill Tollefson, photography: Brad Butcher, Tim Van Dusen, assistants: Geoff Makstutis, Ed Orlowski, faculty adviser: Jean Le Marche, editorial board: Robert Benson, Brad Butcher, Mark Dempsey, Tammis Donaldson, Dane Johnson, Jean Le Marche.

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  • Alternative title
    • American Institute of Architects, Student Chapter newsletter

  • Contributors
    • Demsky, Mark (Editor)
      • Donaldson, Tammis (Editor)
        • Smith, Sheila (Artist)
          • Tollefson, Bill (Artist)
            • Butcher, Brad (Photographer)
              • Van Dusen, Tim (Photographer)
                • Le Marche, Jean (Advisor)
                • Language
                  • English

                • DPLA rights
                  • ©2013 Lawrence Technological University. These images may be used for personal or educational purposes. They are not available for commercial purposes without the explicit permission of LTU.

                • Institution
                  • Lawrence Technological University

                • Journal title
                  • Architext

                • Volume
                  • 3

                • Issue
                  • Spring 1985

                • Pagination
                  • 22 pages

                • Date submitted

                  28 October 2022

                • Rights holder
                  • Lawrence Technological University

                • Keywords
                • Subject
                • Additional information
                  • Table of Contents: Introduction--Wirt C. Rowland: His life--The Guardian building: Detroit's jazz baby--The greater Penosbscot building--Interview--The greater Penosbscot building and the new Union Trust buildings: a corporate image--Bibliography.