Rudard A. Jones Papers, 1939-1987 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 12/6/20
Acquired: 10/2004, 3/2012
Volume: 26.6 cubic feet
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Description: Papers (1939-87) of Rudard A. Jones Papers (1913-2005) contain correspondence, reports, articles and speeches, memoranda, meeting minutes, photographs, news releases, newspaper clippings, surveys, questionnaires, and designs concerning Basic Construction Materials Take-off Workshops (1957-87); People-to-People International Building Science Delegation to the People's Republic of China (1982-83); Advisory Committee to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (ACHUD) Technical Panel (1970-72); American Institute of Architects (1949-70); American Institute of Architects-Central Illinois Chapter (1951-68); American Society for Testing and Materials (1947-87); National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council Building Research Advisory Board (1959-78); National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council Building Research Institute (1959-76); National Safety Council (1960-77); the University of Illinois Council on Community Development (1959-68); the University of Illinois and United States of America Operations Mission to Columbia Columbia Housing Mission (1953-57), including photographs and including correspondence with the Republica de Colombia's Instituto de Credito Territorial and departments therein, the Corporacion Nacional de Servicios Publicos, the United Nations, and Centro Interamericano de Vivienda; and Small Homes Council-Building Research Council (1946-87), including "Facts about Small Home Council" (1948-50), Anthracite Institute Reports on Ash Removal (1947-51), Farm Home Administration, Press Releases and Newspaper Clippings (1944-51), Mumford House improvements and repairs (1944-48), Office of Civil Defense and Small Homes Council Cooperative Study on protective structures (1962-63), and research on space design in University of Illinois family housing.
Access Restriction: None.