Karl B. Lohmann Papers, 1914-63 | University of Illinois Archives
Champaign County, Illinois
Fredonia NY State University College
New Orleans, Louisiana
Robinson, Charles M
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Papers of Karl B. Lohmann (1887-1963), professor of Landscape Architecture (1921-1948) and City and Regional Planning (1948-55), including notes, manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, published articles, clippings, reports and surveys, maps and course material relating to landscape architecture; city planning; regional, county and rural planning; publication of books and articles; professional associations; Illinois planning; campus recreation; schools; smoke; streets; traffic; water and zoning. The papers contain typescripts of Lohmann's Principles of City Planning (1931), Landscape Architecture in the Modern World (1941), The Municipalities of Illinois (1945), and a history of city planning and landscape architecture at Illinois (1954).
Significant correspondents include Carol Aronovici, Harland Bartholomew, Joseph C. Blair, Charles DeTurk, Henry V. Hubbard, Evert Kincaid, John Nolen, James S. Pray, Hideo Sasaki, Stanley White and Henry Wright.
The series includes work done for the Pennsylvania Bureau of Municipalities (1920-21), Rutgers University (1927), New Orleans (1928), Champaign County Park and School Districts (1935-36, 1954, 1959), Winnetka (1955-57) and Fredonia State University (1957-58).