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Title: P. M. Heffernan papers
Identification: DM003
Date: 1922-1992 (bulk dates 1925-1986)
Size/Quantity: 13.0 linear feet (29 document cases, 3 oversize boxes)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: Heffernan, P. M., (Paul Malcolm), 1909-1987
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract:Series 1 is subdivided into nine subseries: Biographical files; certificates and awards; correspondence; diaries and agendas; education; financial records; home renovation and maintenance and real estate documents; programs and playbills; and travel. The first series richly documents Heffernan's personal life. The series containing P. M. Heffernan's professional papers (SERIES 2) includes a significant amount of material relating to Heffernan's professional life as professor and Director of the School of Architecture and his life as an architect in the firm of Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan.

Biographical/Historical Note

P. M. (Paul Malcolm) Heffernan (1909-1987) served on the faculty in the School of Architecture at Georgia Tech beginning in 1938. Succeeding Harold Bush-Brown as Director of the School in 1956, Heffernan served in that position until his retirement in 1976.

Paul Malcolm Heffernan was born in Decorah, Iowa, on January 23, 1909 to Walter A. and Laura D. (Bethuram) Heffernan. He received his schooling in Sherburn, Minnesota and Ames, Iowa. After graduating from Ames High School in 1925, he attended Iowa State University (then Iowa State College), completing the B.S. degree in Architectural Engineering in 1929. In that year, Heffernan received a summer fellowship at the Foundation for Architecture and Landscape Architecture in Lake Forest, Illinois. This was followed by a nine-month traveling fellowship in American Architecture from Conde Nast, during which he traveled throughout the United States. Returning to Iowa State, Heffernan received an M.S. in Architectural Engineering in 1931. After graduation, he became an instructor in Freehand Drawing and Elementary Design at Iowa State, where he remained for a further two years. In 1933, Heffernan entered the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. Remaining there for two years, he received a Master of Architecture degree in 1935.

In 1935, Heffernan became the recipient of the 28th Paris Prize of the Society of Beaux-Arts, which enabled him to study at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris for three years. During this period, in addition to his studies he traveled extensively in Europe, undertaking photography and sketching in most of the major European countries. He completed his studies in Paris in 1938.

Heffernan returned to the United States in 1938 to take up a position on the faculty of the Department of Architecture (later the School of Architecture) at Georgia Tech. He remained at Tech throughout the remainder of his professional life. After Harold Bush-Brown's retirement in 1956, Heffernan became the Director of the School of Architecture, a position he held until his own retirement in 1976. In addition to his teaching and research, he became a partner in the firm of Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan, a firm made up of Tech Architecture faculty that was responsible for the design and building of many campus buildings, including the Textile Engineering Building, the Library, and the first Architecture building. He was very active in professional associations, especially the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). He received numerous awards from these and other professional associations during his career: He was named an AIA Fellow, and he was awarded the Bronze Medal of the Georgia Association of AIA in 1982. Heffernan traveled extensively during his career as well as after his retirement, often traveling with other architects on architectural excursions. His travels included an extended trip to Japan and the Far East, several trips to Mexico, and regular journeys to Europe, during which he often revisited France.

Heffernan remained unmarried throughout his life. His sister, Virginia Heffernan Hancock, resided in Atlanta at his address beginning in the early 1940s. Initially, when Heffernan moved to Atlanta, he lived in a house on Williams Street. In the late 1940s he moved a few blocks closer to the Tech campus, to a house at 166 Fifth Street. He had the downstairs remodeled into a basement apartment, and in the early 1960s undertook a remodeling of the main part of the house. Heffernan remained in this house until his death on April 9, 1987.


Scope and Content Note

This collection is divided into two series: SERIES 1. Personal and biographical papers; and SERIES 2. Professional papers.

SERIES 1 is further subdivided into nine subseries: Biographical files; certificates and awards; correspondence; diaries and agendas; education; financial records; home renovation and maintenance and real estate documents; programs and playbills; and travel. Series 1 richly documents Heffernan's personal life. The biographical files (Subseries 1) contain several resumes, biographical newsclippings, and a Who's Who entry, as well as an obituary. The certificates and awards files (Subseries 2) provide a clear sense of the many honors Heffernan received throughout his life. The correspondence (Subseries 3), which is often in French, contains letters to and from personal and professional contacts; personal letters include correspondence from his sister Virginia and his mother, while professional correspondents include Harold Bush-Brown and other colleagues at Tech. The diaries and agendas that Heffernan kept throughout his life (Subseries 4) provide a detailed account of his daily expenditures and often outline his daily activities and travels, either in English or in French. The files on education (Subseries 5) contain documentation on his education and early training as an architect, particularly his time at Iowa State, as well as the Lake Forest and Conde Nast fellowships and his Paris Prize years. Some of the files date back to his high school years in Ames, Iowa. The financial records (Subseries 6) include copies of most of Heffernan's tax returns dating back to the late 1930s. The home renovation documents (Subseries 7) contain details on the two renovations Heffernan undertook at the house on Fifth Street, as well as property documents relating to the Williams Street house. A large set of files containing programs and playbills (Subseries 8) documents Heffernan's interest in theater and ballet. The travel files (Subseries 9) contain travel itineraries, brochures, notes, and other materials relating to his extensive overseas travel, beginning with his travels in Europe during the late 1930s.

The series containing P. M. Heffernan's professional papers (SERIES 2) includes a significant amount of material relating to Heffernan's professional life as professor and Director of the School of Architecture. Subseries 1 documents Heffernan's administrative activities at Tech, as well as his involvement with campus planning, particularly during the late 1950s and early 1960s. Teaching materials, including several Beaux-Arts design problems Heffernan used in his teaching in addition to syllabi and class schedules, are included in the second subseries. Heffernan's work as an architect, particularly with Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan, is documented in the third subseries. A subseries of printed materials (Subseries 4), most of which are architectural periodicals, follows. The final subseries documents Heffernan's travel to and activities at professional meetings from the late 1940s to the early 1980s.


Arrangement

The collection is divided into two series, each of which is further divided into subseries:

SERIES 1. Personal and biographical papers

SERIES 2. Professional papers


Index Terms

American Institute of Architects.
Appointment books.
Architects--United States--Correspondence, reminiscences, etc.
Architectural firms--Georgia--Atlanta.
Architecture--Study and teaching.
Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan (Architectural firm).
Bush-Brown, Harold
Conferences.
Correspondence.
École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts (France).
Georgia Institute of Technology. Buildings.
Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Architecture. History.
Georgia Institute of Technology. Faculty.
Hancock, Virginia Heffernan, 1915-2004
Heffernan, P. M., (Paul Malcolm), 1909-1987
Iowa State University. Alumni and alumnae.
Iowa State University. History.
Theater programs.
Travel guides.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Please cite [Item, Folder Title, Series], P. M. Heffernan Papers (DM003), Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Provenance

This collection came to the Archives as part of the Georgia Tech Design Archives in 2008. General accession number: 2008.032; specific accession number: 2010.099.

Processing Information

Christine de Catanzaro, Travis Hampton, and Germaine Schanzmeyer processed these papers in March 2011.

Accruals

Additional materials may be added to this collection in the future.


Restrictions

Restrictions: Access

The folders in Box 23 are currently restricted; all other boxes are fully accessible.

Restrictions: Use

Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Head of Archives and Special Collections.


Separated Material

The visual materials in this collection (including slides, postcards, photographs, architectural drawings, and other visual materials) will be processed separately as DV003. Several artifacts, including P. M. Heffernan's academic cap and gown, have been removed to the artifacts collection.


Related Material

See also the Virginia Heffernan Hancock Papers (DM004) and the Harold Bush-Brown Papers (DM002). The College of Architecture Records (UA371) and the Facilities Department Records (UA316) also contain materials on P. M. Heffernan's professional life at Georgia Tech.


Other Finding Aids

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SERIES 1: Personal and biographical papers, 1922-1991

Arrangement

Arranged into nine subseries.

Description

Series 1 contains a rich collection of Heffernan's personal papers covering his high school and college years, his fellowship and Paris Prize period, his professional life, and his retirement.



Subseries 1: Biographical files, 1930-1987

This subseries includes, among other things, an autobiography, several resumes, and copies of Who's Who entries dating from the early 1980s.

Arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box

Fldr

11Autobiography, ca. 1975
12Business cards, ca. 1966-ca. 1980
13Georgia Tech contract, May 1957
14Heffernan heraldry, undated
15Biographical newsclippings, ca. 1930-ca. 1939
16Biographical newsclippings, ca. 1940-ca. 1956
17Biographical newsclippings, ca. 1949
18Biographical newsclippings, ca. 1950-ca. 1960
19Biographical newsclippings, ca. 1973-ca. 1976

Box

Fldr

201Biographical newsclippings, 1937-1950
202Biographical newsclippings, 1944-1949
203Biographical newsclippings, 1950-1956
110Obituary notices, 1987
111Obituary and eulogy, Apr 1987
112Poem re: Heffernan: Spoof of Our Father, ca. 1977
113Resume, ca. 1935
114Resumes, ca. 1940-1950
115Resume, ca. 1959
116Resume, Aug 1969
117Selective Service cards, 1940-1944
118Whos Who certificate, ca. 1987
119Whos Who entry, 1984-1987



Subseries 2: Certificates and awards, 1928-1982

This subseries documents the variety of certificates and awards that Heffernan received throughout his life, ranging from fraternity certificates to the Paris Prize award, from his Iowa State diploma to his Arthur Murray dance certificate.

Awards have been arranged and listed chronologically.

Box

Fldr

221Tau Beta Alpha certificate, May 1928
222Iowa State College diploma, Jun 1929
223Tau Sigma Delta certificate, May 1931
224Phi Kappa Phi certificate, ca. 1931
225Harvard University Sheldon Fellow award, Mar 1935
226Society of Beaux-Arts Paris Prize award, 1935
227American Institute of Architects Design award, Jun 1955
228American Institute of Architects Fellows award, Mar 1957
229American Institute of Architects North Georgia Chapter certificate of appreciation, Dec 1965

Box

Fldr

121Professional Achievement Citation Award (Iowa State University), Jun 1973
2210Southern GE Company SGF award, 1974
2211Southern GE Company SGF award, 1975
2212Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts Fellows award, Oct 1975
2213Southern GE Company SGF award, 1976
2214Arthur Murray Intermediate certificate, Jun 1980
2215American Institute of Architects, Georgia Association Bronze award, Sep 1982
120Atlanta Urban Design Committee Award of Excellence, undated



Subseries 3: Correspondence, 1924-1985

The correspondence subseries includes personal letters to and from friends and family members, including his mother and his sister, as well as letters from colleagues such as Harold Bush-Brown and others. Some of the correspondence is in French.

Correspondence has been arranged chronologically.

Box

Fldr

122Correspondence, 1924-1934
123Correspondence, 1935-1945
124Correspondence, 1946-1956
125Correspondence, 1957-1960

Box

Fldr

21Correspondence, 1961-1965

Box

Fldr

231Correspondence (RESTRICTED), Jan 1963
22Correspondence, 1966-1970
23Correspondence, 1971-1975
24Correspondence re: awards, 1973-1978
25Correspondence, 1976-1980
232Correspondence (RESTRICTED), 1979-1980
233Correspondence (RESTRICTED), 1981
26Correspondence, 1981-1983
27Correspondence, 1983-1985
28Correspondence, undated



Subseries 4: Diaries and agendas, 1929-1986

This subseries contains diaries and agendas that Heffernan habitually kept throughout his life. Most document his day-to-day expenditures, but many also chronicle his daily activities. The earlier diaries cover his student years, including his years in Paris.

The diaries and agendas have been arranged in chronological order.

Box

Fldr

31Address book, ca. 1930
32Agenda - diary and financial - and notebook, 1929-1930
33General notebook - calendar and travel notes, 1929-1930
34Agenda - diary, 1935
35Agenda - diary and financial, 1936
36Agenda - diary and financial, 1937
37Agenda - diary and financial, 1938
38Notebook of writings - in French, ca. 1936-ca. 1938

Box

Fldr

41Journal - financial ledger, 1942-1945
42Ledger - financial, 1949-1963
43Agenda - diary and financial, June-December 1952
44Agenda - diary, 1953
45Agenda - diary and financial, 1968-1969
46Agenda - diary and financial, 1975
47Agenda - diary and financial, March-May 1979
48Notebook - general notes, letter drafts, 1981-1982
49Datebook, 1985
410Datebooks, 1986



Subseries 5: Education, 1922-1987

This subseries chronicles Heffernan's education, from his high school years at Ames High School (1922-1925) through the three years that he held the Paris Prize (1935-1938).

Files have been arranged chronologically, beginning with Heffernan's high school years at Ames High School, proceeding to his years at Iowa State (1925-1931), followed by the Lake Forest and Conde Nast fellowships (1929-1930), his two years at Harvard (1933-1935), and the Paris Prize years (1935-1938). Within each of these groups of files, files have been arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box

Fldr

212Plant study, ca. 1922

Box

Fldr

51The Spirit (Ames High School yearbook), 1923
52High school record, ca. 1925
53The Spirit (Ames High School yearbook), 1924
54The Spirit (Ames High School yearbook), 1925
55Ames High School reunions, 1975, 1979
56Religious writings, ca. 1924
57Sunday school papers, ca. 1924-ca. 1925
58Sunday school papers, ca. 1924-ca. 1925
59Sunday school promotion certificate, 1925
510Architectural history notes, ca. 1928
511Banquet programs, 1925-1932
512Dance cards, ca. 1928-1933
513Engineering at Iowa State College brochure, 1938

Box

Fldr

61English paper, 1926
62Iowa State College graduation programs, 1939-1940
63Iowa State May fete program, May-31
64Iowa State University reunions, 1979, 1984
65Short stories, ca. 1927-ca. 1928
66Short stories, ca. 1927-ca. 1928
67Short stories, drafts, ca. 1926-ca. 1928
68Short stories, term papers, ca. 1920-ca. 1927
69Student card, ca. 1929
610Tau Beta Pi constitution and by-laws, ca. 1925
611Tau Sigma Delta, 1931-1933
612Theta Delta Chi, ca. 1930s-1985
613Theta Delta Chi (Beta Deuteron) alumni directory, May 1953
614Theta Delta Chi annual reports, March 1978
615Theta Delta Chi, 1986-1987
616Lake Forest, 1929
617Lake Forest Foundation, 1929-1951

Box

Fldr

71Conde Nast traveling fellowship: Brochures, ca. 1929-1930
72Conde Nast traveling fellowship: Brochures, maps, ca. 1929-1930
73Conde Nast traveling fellowship: Itinerary, 1929-1930
74Harvard University, 1935-1949
75Dean's remarks pamphlet (Harvard), October 1980
76Harvard Club of Atlanta, 1982-1987
77Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, 1935-1939
78Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, 1935-1939
79Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, 1935-1964
710Paris Prize 30-year celebration materials, 1983



Subseries 6: Financial records, 1929-1987

This subseries contains financial information, including appraisal of Heffernan's personal possessions, insurance records, and tax returns dating from the late 1930s until his death in 1987.

Files have been arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box

Fldr

81Appraisal of silver and artwork, May 1979
82Check registers, June 1972-July 1977
83Check registers, July 1977-August 1982
84Check registers, August 1982-June 1986
85Financial records, 1929-1930
86Financial records, 1948-1949
87Financial records, 1958-1987
88Finances, 1985-1986
89Insurance records, ca. 1980-ca. 1988
810Tax returns and tax receipts, 1939-1949
811Tax returns, 1950-1954
812Tax returns, 1955-1959
813Tax returns, 1960-1964

Box

Fldr

91Tax returns, 1965-1969
92Tax returns, 1970-1974
93Tax returns, 1975-1979
94Tax returns, 1980-1984
95Tax returns, 1985-1987
96Tax receipts, ca. 1970-ca. 1980



Subseries 7: Home renovation and maintenance, real estate, 1941-1991

This subseries documents Heffernan's renovations to his home at 166 Fifth St. in Atlanta. It also contains documents on two other properties in Atlanta, including his former residence on Williams St. Systems, furniture, and appliance brochures complete the subseries.

Files have been arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box

Fldr

101Appliances, ca. 1960-1971
102China, pottery, and textiles, ca. 1915-1960
103Equipment and appliances information, ca. 1951-1976
104Furnace and air conditioning, 1979
105Furniture, 1946-1948
106Furniture, lighting catalogs (folder 1 of 2), ca. 1960-ca. 1980
107Furniture, lighting catalogs (folder 2 of 2), ca. 1960-ca. 1980
108Furniture, lighting catalogs (folder 1 of 2), ca. 1960-ca. 1970

Box

Fldr

111Furniture, lighting catalogs (folder 2 of 2), ca. 1960-ca. 1970
112Gardening, ca. 1951-ca. 1953
113Landscaping, 1988-1991
114Lower level construction, 1947-1950
115Notes, inventories, undated
116Pest control, 1979
117Plumbing, 1985
118Shelving and cabinetry, 1960-1967
119Stereo, television equipment (folder 1 of 2), ca. 1960-1970

Box

Fldr

121Stereo, television equipment (folder 2 of 2), ca. 1960-1970
122Techwood-Fowler alley paving, Sep 1975
123Upholstery, 1978
124Upstairs remodel (folder 1 of 2), 1961
125Upstairs remodel (folder 2 of 2), 1961
126Upstairs remodel, 1960-1962
127Wiring, Nov 1963
128Yard work, ca. 1985-1991
129Bent Tree, ca. 1971-1973
1210Property documents 6th and Plum, 1941-1947
1211Property documents 792-794 Williams St., 1947-1949



Subseries 8: Programs and playbills, 1935-1987

This subseries includes numerous playbills of a wide variety of ballet, opera, theater, and musical theater performances that Heffernan attended throughout his life.

Playbills have been arranged chronologically.

Box

Fldr

131-27Programs and playbills, 1935-1952

Box

Fldr

141-27Programs and playbills, 1952-1987



Subseries 9: Travels, 1935-1985

This subseries contains extensive material on Heffernan's travels to Europe, Central America, and Asia. Trips took place throughout his professional life and retirement. Materials include itineraries, brochures, receipts, and other memorabilia.

Travels have been arranged into files, chronologically.

Box

Fldr

151Europe, ca. 1935-ca.1938
152Europe, ca. 1935-ca.1938
153England, 1935-1938
154England, France, and Spain, 1952
155England, France, and Spain, 1952

Box

Fldr

161Mexico, 1957, 1959
162Mexico, 1957, 1959
163Mexico and Cuba, June-July 1959
164Europe, June-September 1960
165Mexico, July-September 1965
166France, Spain, July-August 1967
167France, Spain, and Portugal, July-August 1967
168France, Spain, July-August 1967

Box

Fldr

171Japan, July 1968
172Japan, Aug 1968
173Japan and Orient extension, July 1968
174Japan and Orient extension, July 1968
175Japan and Orient extension, July 1968
176Japan and Orient extension, July 1968

Box

Fldr

181Miscellaneous, 1970-1983
182France, July-August 1969
183England, France, Spain, and Mediterranean, June-July 1970
184England, France, Spain, and Mediterranean, June-July 1970
185Mexico, May 1972
186France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, August-September 1973
187Egypt and Paris, October-November 1974

Box

Fldr

191Study abroad program winter tour (Italy), February-March 1977
192France, England, India, March-May 1979
193India, May 1979
194China, 1982
195Portugal and Spain, 1983
196French design study tour, Oct 1985
197Travel brochures, undated
 

SERIES 2: Professional papers, 1938-1992

Arrangement

Arranged into five subseries.

Description

Series 2 is made up of Heffernan's professional papers, documenting his work at Georgia Tech, including his teaching; his association with the architectural firm of Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan; printed materials; and professional associations, especially the American Institute of Architects.



Subseries 1: General administrative files, 1947-1987

This subseries contains files relating to Heffernan's life at Georgia Tech, including his involvement in campus planning, as well as other aspects of administration.

Files have been arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box

Fldr

241American Institute of Architects (correspondence, brochures), ca. 1957-ca. 1969
242Beaux-Arts Ball, 1947
243Bush-Brown memoirs, ca. July 1975
244Harold Bush-Brown obituaries, 1983
245Business cards (others), ca. 1940s
246Campus planning, 1959-1962
247Institute self-study and campus planning, 1962
248College of Architecture staff roster, Spring 1978
249Committee for the College of Architecture minutes, 1985
2410Committee to study Central Atlanta plan, 1955
2411Consultations, juries, ca. 1958
2412General administrative files, ca. 1960-ca. 1981

Box

Fldr

251Georgia Tech architecture curriculum, 1953-1955
252Georgia Tech campus newsletter, Feb 1962

Box

Fldr

213Georgia Tech campus development plan, Mar 1965
253Georgia Tech centennial campaign brochures, ca. 1985
254Georgia Tech graduate programs in architecture brochure, 1986
255Georgia Tech miscellaneous programs, 1963-1984
256Georgia Tech T-Square newsletter, Jun 1958
257History of the School of Architecture, May 1975
258House and garden competition, 1947-1948
259Interview (includes Julian Harris), undated
2510Middle Tennessee honor awards, Oct 1961
2511Newsclippings, 1986-1987
2512Newsclippings - Atlanta architects, ca. 1965-ca. 1979
2513Newsclippings, obituaries - Harold Bush-Brown, 1983-1984
2514Newsclippings - Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan, 1950-1953
2515Newsclippings (French), undated
2516Newsclippings - Georgia Tech colleagues, ca. 1950-ca. 1979
2517Newsclippings - Georgia Tech colleagues, ca. 1950-ca. 1976
2518Newsclippings - Julian Harris, ca. 1984-1987
2519Newsclippings - Joseph Pettit, 1973-1979
2520Newsclippings - John Portman, ca. 1968-ca. 1979
2521Newsclippings - Frank Lloyd Wright, 1951
2522Obituary tributes to Georgia Tech professors, ca. 1983
2523Talk for N.O.M.A., October 1948



Subseries 2: Teaching materials, 1938-1986

This subseries includes files on teaching that Heffernan kept, mainly as a professor at Georgia Tech.

Files have been arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box

Fldr

261Art book for courses in humanities (University System of Georgia), ca. 1940
262Atlanta architecture of the last 100 years, 1948-1949
263Beaux-Arts Institute of Design archeology and interior design problems, 1938-1941
264Beaux-Arts Institute of Design class A sketch design problems, 1938-1949
265Beaux-Arts Institute of Design class A and prizes design problems, 1938-1949
266Beaux-Arts Institute of Design class B and C design problems, 1938-1952
267Building program - Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan, August-December 1948
268Calendars for design classes, 1938-1942
269Georgia Tech and BAID design problems, 1938-1949

Box

Fldr

234Grade sheets (RESTRICTED), 1939-1942
2610Notes on former students, ca. 1986
235Senior community planning grades (RESTRICTED), May 1940
2611Senior community planning problem, May 1940
236Student jury grades (RESTRICTED), 1967
2612Study abroad program (Cortona), 1973
2613Syllabi, student work, ca. 1966-ca. 1976
2614Syllabus - fifth year design, 1940-1941
2615Teaching notes, undated



Subseries 3: Architectural projects, 1938-1980

This subseries contains materials on various architectural projects that Heffernan was involved in as a partner in the faculty architectural firm of Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan. It also includes a file on Kittyhawk Associates, a project in which the firm was a participant.

Files have been arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box

Fldr

271Architecture building: bulletins and specifications, ca. 1950
272Dedication program (Architecture West), Oct 1980
273Bush-Brown and Gailey projects, Apr 1948
274Bush-Brown, Gailey, and Heffernan projects, 1950-1954
275Engineering drawing building: instructions to bidders, specifications, ca. 1938
276Engineering drawing building (addition): instructions to bidders, specifications (office copy), ca. 1938
277Kittyhawk Associates (joint venture for Air Force Academy), 1954
278Library building (Price Gilbert): documents and dedication, 1953
279West stands - Georgia Tech, ca. 1948



Subseries 4: Printed material, 1945-1992

This subseries contains printed matter, including architectural periodicals, pamphlets, and brochures, relating to Heffernan's professional career.

Files have been arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box

Fldr

281American Institute of Architects printed material, 1958-1982

Box

Fldr

211Architectural firm brochures, undated
282Architecture: A Profession and A Career pamphlet, 1945
283Architecture Society of Atlanta annual report, 1987-1988
284Art exhibition brochures, ca. 1961-1969
285Atlanta Design Resources Directory, 1987
286Building Stone Magazine, May 1990-April 1992
287Bulletin newsletter (National Institute for Architectural Education), October-November 1982
288Georgia Tech Alumnus magazine (special issue: The Architect), November-December 1964
289INFO newsletter (Atlanta chapter of the American Institute of Architects), August 1978-December 1979
2810MEMO newsletter (American Institute of Architects), August 1978-December 1979; April 1982
2811National Institute for Architectural Education brochure, Apr 1979
2812News of the Georgia Chapter (American Institute of Architects), July 1955-April 1958
2813Progressive Architecture magazine, May 1976



Subseries 5: Professional associations, 1948-1982

Professional meeting programs, schedules, and related printed matter make up this subseries.

Files have been arranged chronologically. The city in which the meeting was held is listed first, followed by the abbreviation of the associations.

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Fldr

291Atlanta (ACSA regional conference), Apr 1948
292Salt Lake City (AIA), Jun 1948
293Atlanta (AIA regional conference), 1956
294Birmingham AL (architectural competition), Jan 1958
295Atlanta (ACSA regional conference), Apr 1957
296Atlanta (AIA regional conference), Apr 1957
297Washington D.C. (AIA - folder 1 of 2), May 1957
298Atlanta (Southern Woodwork Association), May 1959
299Washington D.C. (AIA - folder 2 of 2), May 1957
2910San Francisco (AIA), Apr 1960
2911Baton Rouge (ACSA Southeastern regional), Nov 1960
2912Dallas (AIA), May 1962
2913Atlanta (AIA regional), undated
2914Dallas (Bluebonnet Bowl), Dec 1962
2915Miami (ACSA, AIA), May 1963

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301St. Louis (ACSA, AIA), undated
302Washington D.C. (ACSA, AIA), Jun 1965
303Denver (ACSA, AIA), Jun 1966
304Miami (Orange Bowl), Jan 1967
305New York City (ACSA, AIA), May 1967
306Portland and Honolulu (ACSA, AIA, NCARB), Jun 1968

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Fldr

311Chicago (ACSA, AIA, NCARB) (folder 1 of 2), Jun 1969
312Chicago (ACSA, AIA, NCARB) (folder 2 of 2), undated
313Boston (ACSA, AIA, NCARB), Jun 1970
314Columbia SC (AIA Southeastern regional), Oct 1970
315Detroit (ACSA, AIA), Jun 1971

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321Houston and Mexico City (AIA), May 1972
322Atlanta (AIA), May 1975
323Savannah (Georgia Alliance for Arts Education), Nov 1975
324Callaway Gardens, GA (AIA Georgia Association), Sep 1982