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Thu Oct 16 18:02:52 2014 UTClccn-n851140220.00Gothic architecture by remote control : an illustrated building contract of 1340 /0.491.00Israel Heritage Room Committee collection,91765010Franklin_Tokern 851140221342655Toker, FranklinToker, Franklin K. 1944-Toker, Franklin K. B. 1944-Toker, Franklin Karl Benedict Serchuklccn-nr92000665Notre-Dame de Montréal (Church)lccn-no92011999O'Donnell, James1774-1830lccn-n93060829Kaufmann, Edgar J.1885-1955lccn-n79032932Wright, Frank Lloyd1867-1959nc-fallingwater paFallingwater (Pa.)nc-american council of learned societiesAmerican Council of Learned Societieslccn-n79027132Santa Maria del Fiore (Cathedral : Florence, Italy)lccn-n82111268Society of Architectural Historianslccn-n95082191Center for American Placeslccn-n92116577Donnelly, LuedtToker, FranklinCriticism, interpretation, etcToursGuidebooksHistorySourcesBibliographyPennsylvaniaQuébec--MontréalNotre-Dame de Montréal (Church)Gothic revival (Architecture)O'Donnell, James,Fallingwater (Pa.)Kaufmann, Edgar J.,HomesWright, Frank Lloyd,Pennsylvania--PittsburghArchitecturePennsylvania--Pittsburgh RegionMiddle Ages in artMedievalismChristian art and symbolismItaly--FlorenceSanta Maria del Fiore (Cathedral : Florence, Italy)Church architectureLiturgicsCatholic ChurchLiturgy and architectureHistoric buildingsNeighborhoodsTravelArchitectsAntiquitiesChurch decoration and ornamentPennsylvania--Allegheny CountyCatholic church buildingsArchaeology, MedievalRosenbloom, Charles J.,University of Pittsburgh.--Nationality Rooms ProgramUsonian housesHistoryClassroomsUniversity of Pittsburgh.--Nationality Rooms CouncilExcavations (Archaeology)Architecture, GothicUniversities and collegesJewsCathedral of Learning (Pittsburgh, Pa.)1944196619701973197419751976197819791980198119831985198619871988198919911992199419951999200320042005200720092010201120122013424258140728.372092NA5247.M66ocn855527597152514ocn298105117file19700.53Toker, FranklinThe Church of Notre-Dame in Montreal an architectural historyCriticism, interpretation, etcThe construction of the Church of Notre-Dame was one of the boldest building projects of the nineteenth century. The first major example of Gothic Revival architecture in Canada, it was, at the time of its completion, the largest building in North America. Franklin Toker treats the church not only as a work of art but also as a historical document that reflected the social and nationalist aspirations of the community and marked a high point in the fascinating career of its architect, James O'Donnell+-+6393508225140714ocn052464734book20030.24Toker, FranklinFallingwater rising : Frank Lloyd Wright, E.J. Kaufmann, and America's most extraordinary houseCriticism, interpretation, etcFallingwater Rising is a biography not of a person but of the most famous house of the twentieth century. Scholars and the public have long extolled the house that Frank Lloyd Wright perched over a Pennsylvania waterfall in 1937, but the full story has never been told. Until now+-+91759555963589ocn012237982book19860.66Toker, FranklinPittsburgh : an urban portraitToursGuidebooks+-+19890477352105ocn140106672book20070.82Toker, FranklinBuildings of Pittsburgh+-+05017486351852ocn314113406book20100.79Donnelly, LuBuildings of Pennsylvania+-+58737486351827ocn320802082book20090.82Toker, FranklinOn holy ground : liturgy, architecture and urbanism in the cathedral and the streets of medieval FlorenceHistory+-+96002805461435ocn326552727book20090.66Toker, FranklinPittsburgh : a new portraitTours+-+4628947735506ocn001451746book19740.94Morozzi, GuidoSanta Reparata : l'antica cattedrale fiorentina, i risultati dello scavo condotto dal 1965 al 1974253ocn015912821book19700.74Toker, FranklinL'église Notre-Dame de Montréal : son architecture, son passéHistoryTraduction française d'une étude architecturale qui s'est mérité le prix Alice Davis Hitchcock. Considéré comme une autorité en matière d'architecture du 19e siècle et du Moyen Age, l'auteur applique à son analyse les normes élevées d'érudition habituellement réservées à l'étude des monuments européens et asiatiques. Très documenté, l'ouvrage est illustré de 70 planches en noir et blanc142ocn005803189book19790.84Toker, FranklinThe roots of architecture in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County : a guide to research resourcesHistoryBibliographySources135ocn856787691book20110.27Toker, FranklinThe Florence Duomo project111ocn690371116book20090.47Toker, FranklinThe Florence Duomo Project. liturgy, architecture, and urbanism in the Cathedral and the streets of medieval Florence+-+960028054663ocn604185780book0.47Toker, FranklinThe Florence duomo project+-+960028054663ocn888365256art19780.92Toker, FranklinFlorence cathedral : the design stage64ocn887334576art1985Toker, FranklinGothic architecture by remote control : an illustrated building contract of 134064ocn888365186art19760.47Toker, FranklinA baptistery below the baptistery of Florence53ocn888365284art19750.47Toker, FranklinExcavations below the cathedral of Florence, 1965 - 197453ocn881624909book20100.47Donnelly, LuBuildings of Pennsylvania : Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania+-+587374863542ocn886891927art1975Toker, FranklinScavi del complesso altomedievale di Santa Reparata sotto il Duomo di Firenze42ocn888365214art1983Toker, FranklinArnolfo's S. Maria del Fiore : a working hypothesis11ocn870455487mix1.00University of PittsburghIsrael Heritage Room Committee collectionThe Israel Heritage Room Committee Collection is composed of correspondence, construction reports, invoices, newsletters, research notes, promotional event flyers, timesheets, disbursement requests, financial records, interdepartmental memos, by-laws, design proposals, scholarship applications and reviews, newspaper and magazine publications, scripts, a video contract, photographs, DVDs, and a CD. The collection was originally housed and maintained by the Nationality Rooms Program Office, which handles outreach, promotion, and scholarship opportunities as well as administrative records management on behalf of the members of the Nationality Council. The collection is arranged by series and subseries. There are six series in total. Series I comprises the first material deposited at the Nationality Rooms office. It richly documents the history, design, and fundraising of the IHR primarily from the 1960s to the 1980s. Series II is composed of records involved with the creation and maintenance of the IHR including: correspondence, construction and financial reports, maintenance memos, design research records and proposals, and disbursement requests from 1964-2009. Series III is composed of administrative records for the running of the Israel Heritage Room program. This includes: by-laws, membership and board member lists, promotional event flyers, newsletters, donations, minutes, in-house program planning, and dues from 1986-2013. Series IV contains publication and contributor information, this includes: event invitations, correspondence, obituaries, video scripts, a contract with AEG, event flyers, speech drafts, photographs, and newspaper and magazine articles from 1964-2013. Series V contains multimedia other than paper that were originally separated but relate to the Israel Heritage Room. This includes photographs, DVDs, and a CD from 1982-1997. Series VI contains architectural files of IHR designs, the bulk from 1982-1986. Record reproduction was undertaken for newspaper articles, videotapes, DVDs, cassette tapes, and CDs. The newspaper articles were copied on acid-free paper and the originals destroyed. Videotapes were reformatted onto DVDs. All DVDs and CDs were copied twice: once for inclusion to this collection, and once for the Nationality Rooms Program office to retain. Cassette tapes were reformatted onto CDs and were also copied twice for the same reason as above+-+9175955596+-+9175955596Thu Oct 16 15:50:30 EDT 2014batch16429