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Title: Toombs, Amisano, and Wells Records
Identification: DM006
Date: 1941-2003 (bulk dates 1962-1997)
Size/Quantity: 16.0 linear feet (9 document cases, 1 half-size document case, 15 oversize boxes, and 3 oversize folders)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: Toombs, Amisano, and Wells (Architectural firm)
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract:This collection contains public relations materials, project files, printed matter, and awards of the architectural firm of Toombs, Amisano, and Wells.

Biographical/Historical Note

Formed in about 1955, the Atlanta architectural firm of Toombs, Amisano, and Wells created numerous Atlanta landmarks of the 1960s through the 1980s, including the original Lenox Square shopping mall, Woodruff Memorial Arts Center, Peachtree Center MARTA station, Fernbank Science Center, and many other buildings. The architects were also responsible for a number of important buildings in other locations in the Southeast, such as science and laboratory buildings at the University of Georgia, the Omni International in Miami, and Norfolk Gardens in Norfolk, Virginia.

The founding member of the firm, Henry Johnston Toombs, was born in Cuthbert, Georgia on January 3, 1896. Toombs attended the U.S. Naval Academy and served in World War I before beginning a career in architecture. After receiving a B.S. (1921) and M.A. (1923) in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, he worked briefly for the New York architectural firm of McKin, Mead, and White. In about 1926, he began independent work for Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, who eventually hired him to design and build the complex of buildings that was to become the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation. Toombs opened offices in Warm Springs and Atlanta in 1937. The partnership of Toombs and Creighton formed in 1946 and dissolved three years later. In 1949, Toombs formed Toombs and Company, which was soon to become Toombs and Wells. Joseph Amisano became a partner in the firm in 1955. Toombs died in 1967.

James Edwin Wells, who was born in Zebulon, Georgia, on September 23, 1908, was a 1930 graduate in Architecture at the Georgia School of Technology. In 1937, he joined Toombs' firm and continued to work there, except for a brief period during World War II, until his retirement in 1974.

Joseph Amisano was born January 10, 1917 in the Bronx, NY to parents Ernesto Amisano and Mariucia Ferraris Amisano. Amisano studied at the Pratt Institute, where he received Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Architecture in 1940 and 1941, respectively. After graduating he worked in the Manhattan firms of Sanders and Breck, and Harrison, Abramowitz and Fouilhoux. In 1942 he also had the opportunity to take part in the airport development program of Pan American Airways, which took him to Panama and Brazil, where he first encountered the built work of Oscar Niemeyer. As a winner of the prestigious Rome Prize in 1950, Amisano spent two years studying architecture and traveling throughout Europe. In 1954, he joined the partnership of Toombs and Wells in Atlanta; he became a partner in the firm in the following year. The Lenox Square Shopping Center created by the firm, with its original open-air arcade, immediately became a major Atlanta landmark on its completion in 1959. The firm went on to design such notable buildings as the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia (1962), the Fernbank Science Center (1963-1965), the John Knox Church (1964-1965), the Federal Reserve Bank (early 1960s), the Peachtree Summit Building (1975-1978), Peachtree Center MARTA Station (1975-1982), Woodruff Library-Atlanta University Center (early 1980s), and the Second Church of Christ, Scientist (1984-1986). Amisano was married to Rosellen Amisano for 42 years. He died on April 12, 2008 after a long illness.


Scope and Content Note

Series 1 consists mainly of public relations brochures and marketing instruments for Toombs, Amisano, and Wells, as well as two newspaper articles on Joseph Amisano's professional life in the firm of Toombs, Amisano, and Wells. Series 2, Project Files, contains files on several of the firm's architectural projects. General office files, including articles and correspondence related to architecture and city planning, are found in Series 3. Series 4 is a collection of publications on various topics in architecture and city planning, some of which cover projects undertaken by Toombs, Amisano, and Wells. Series 5 includes certificates and plaques for awards won by the firm, or by Joseph Amisano individually.


Arrangement

The collection has been divided into four series, the last of which is further divided into subseries.

SERIES 1. Public relations materials

SERIES 2. Project files

SERIES 3. General office files

SERIES 4. Publications

SERIES 5. Awards


Index Terms

Amisano, Joseph, 1917-2008.
Architects--United States.
Architectural design--United States.
Architectural firms--Georgia--Atlanta.
Architecture, Modern--20th century.
Toombs, Amisano, and Wells (Architectural firm).

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Please cite [Item, Folder Title, Series], Toombs, Amisano, and Wells Records (DM006), Archives, Library and Learning Excellence, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Provenance

Donation, 2010 (accession number 2010.062).

Processing Information

Christine de Catanzaro processed these papers in August 2014, with assistance from Travis Hampton and Germaine Schanzmeyer.


Restrictions

Restrictions: Access

None.

Restrictions: Use

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


Separated Material

The photographs, slides, drawings, and other visual materials have been separated and will be processed as DV006.


Related Material

See also the Henry J. Toombs Papers located at the Georgia Archives.


Other Finding Aids

A print copy of this finding aid is available on request in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.


Container List

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SERIES 1: Public relations materials, 1973-1987 and undated

Description

This series consists mainly of public relations brochures and marketing instruments for Toombs, Amisano, and Wells. The series also includes two newspaper articles on the firm.

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11Brochure, ca. 1978
12Brochure-Banks, undated
13Brochure-Commercial and Industrial Buildings, undated
14Brochure-Medical Buildings, undated
15Brochure-Office Buildings, undated
16Brochure-Religious Buildings, undated
17Brochure-Schools and Universities, undated
18Brochure-Shopping Centers, 1973 and undated
19Marketing (The Carlson Group), 1986

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111Newspaper article (Buckhead Atlanta), November 1977
112Newspaper article (Atlanta Constitution), April 1983
110Personnel directory, July 1985
111Public relations brochures, 1980 and undated
112Public relations (Toombs, Amisano, and Wells), 1985-1987
 

SERIES 2: Project files, 1962-1997 and undated

Description

Series 2 contains files on many of the projects undertaken by the firm. Highlights include materials on the Atlanta University Center and Spelman College, Lenox Square, and the Atlanta Memorial Arts Center, as well as several files on projects outside of Atlanta, particularly Norfolk Gardens (Norfolk, Virginia) and the Omni International Hotel (Miami, Florida). For publications and other printed matter regarding the firm's projects, see also Series 4. Visual materials on these and other projects are found in DV006.

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21Atlanta Center, 1985
22Atlanta Coliseum, 1970

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113Atlanta Memorial Arts Center, October 1968
23Atlanta University Center-Master Plan, March 1975 and undated
24Atlanta University Center-Library, May 1975 and undated
25Atlanta University Center-Development Agenda, October 1976
26Atlanta University Center-Development Agenda, July 1977
27Atlanta University Center-Woodruff Library, 1979
28Atlanta University Center-Science Research Institute, undated

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31Choctawhatchee Bay Resort and Retirement Community (Walton County, FL), July 1972
32Crystal Gardens (Brooklyn, NY), 1977
33Fernbank Science Center (Atlanta, GA), ca. 1964-1967
34Gainesville, GA-Downtown Development Plan, ca. 1972
35Georgia Institute of Technology College of Architecture-Charrette, 1983
36Hot Springs, NC-Feasibility Study, October 1962
37Lakeland, FL Urban Redevelopment Project, 1983
38Lenox Square (Atlanta, GA), 1959-1984
39Little Five Points (Atlanta, GA)-Business Revitalization Plan, December 1976

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41Macon, GA Downtown Center, undated
42Mod Shop, 1968
43Norfolk Gardens (Norfolk, VA) (folder 1 of 3), 1970-1974
44Norfolk Gardens (folder 2 of 3), 1970-1974
45Norfolk Gardens (folder 3 of 3), 1970-1974
46Northside 75 Office Park (Atlanta, GA), July 1972 and undated

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51Omni International Hotel (Miami, FL) (folder 1 of 2), 1975-1980 and undated
52Omni International Hotel (Miami, FL) (folder 2 of 2), 1975-1980 and undated
53Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation, 1965
54Peachtree Center MARTA Station (Atlanta, GA), 1983-1984
114Peachtree Palisades (Atlanta, GA), undated
115Peachtree Summit, July 1982
55Plaza Venetia (Miami, FL), March 1972
56Ponce de Leon Avenue-North Avenue Urban Revitalization Plan (Atlanta, GA), 1991
57Potential projects, 1982-1983
58Project notes, 1980 and undated

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61Reynoldstown (Atlanta, GA), 1996-1997
62Reynoldstown Revitalization Corporation-Art and industry, 1995-1996
63Reynoldstown Revitalization Corporation-MacDowel House, 1997
64Reynoldstown Revitalization Corporation-Peer groups, urban design, 1995-1996
65Reynoldstown Revitalization Corporation-Wheelbarrow Summer Theatre (folder 1 of 2), 1996-1997
66Reynoldstown Revitalization Corporation-Wheelbarrow Summer Theatre (folder 2 of 2), 1996-1997
67Second Church of Christ, Scientist (Atlanta, GA), 1984-1987

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71Spelman College (Atlanta, GA)-Report, June 1971
72Spelman College-Chadwick Hall Feasibility Study, 1984
73Spelman College-Master Plan, 1985
74Spelman College-Master Plan, 1995
75Standard Federal Savings Building (Atlanta, GA), undated
76Twin Lakes Community Plan (Fulton County, GA), January 1973
77United Family Life Parking Deck, 1984-1987
78University of Georgia-Science Center, undated
79University of South Florida (St. Petersburg, FL)-Feasibility Study, July 1972
710Westridge Shopping Center (Greensboro, NC), June 1973
 

SERIES 3: General office files, 1941-2003 and undated

Description

This series contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, and other general notes and drawings on subjects related to architecture and city planning.

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81Affordable housing, 1987 and undated
82American Academy in Rome, 2000-2002
83American Society of Interior Designers, 1981-1982
84American Solar Energy Society, 1998
85Ancient walls, undated
86Andre Steiner, 1997
87Architectural Forum magazine, September 1942
88Architectural Forum magazine-excerpt, October 1959
89Articles on architecture (folder 1 of 2), 1977-1979
810Articles on architecture (folder 2 of 2), 1977-1979
811Carlyn Fischer, 2001
812Club Scaloppine, 2002
813Congregations for Affordable Housing, 1988 and undated
814Correspondence, undated
815Economics, undated
816Elbert Weinberg, 1991-1993
817Environmental, 1990 and undated
818Georgia Conservancy, 2000

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91Greensboro, NC Planning Department, 1971
92Ground Zero article, 2002
93Historical houses, undated
94House for Longer Life, undated
95Housing-Pre-built parts, 1977-1987
96Housing Topics-Elderly, 1998 and undated
97Housing Topics Lab (details), undated
98Interstate/population, 1998 and undated
99Interstate-Urbus, A Fable and other writings, 1990-1991 and undated
910Isaac Bashevis Singer article, 1997
911Jahn Gehl, 2001
912Jane Jacobs, 1993
913Jenny Couch, undated
914Joseph Amisano exhibitions, 1977 and undated
915Louis Kahn (Museum of Modern Art Members Quarterly), 1992
916Lynn Marshall Linnemeier, 2000
917Management article-New York Times, 1982
918Maria Saporta re: Sibak, 2001
919McDowel home, undated
920Museums, 2002-2003
921National Housing Agency-Abstracts on Postwar Housing and Urban Redevelopment, 1942
922New York Times/Bush, undated
923Newspaper clippings on architecture, 1963-1983
924Oak Knolls Apartments, ca. 1985
925Palmer, Alaska, 1990
926Population publications, 1997-1998

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101A Reference Frame for Architectural Clinics, May 1941
102Robie House-Frank Lloyd Wright, 1971
103Running Dry (article on fresh water supply), 2000
104Savannah College of Art and Design magazine, 2001
105Scogin, Elam, and Bray, 2000
106Sergio Lenci, 2001
107Solar energy (folder 1 of 2), 1988-1989 and undated
108Solar energy (folder 2 of 2), 1988-1989 and undated
109Template labels, 1998 and undated
1010Tippy's, 1975
1011Urban Design and Planning Committee (American Institute of Architects), 1983-1985
1012Wind power, 2001
 

SERIES 4: Publications, 1945-1994 and undated

Description

Series 4 consists of a variety of publications relating to architecture and city planning. About half of the publications contain material on specific projects of Toombs, Amisano, and Wells; the rest are general in nature.



Subseries 1: Architectural publications, 1949-1994 and undated

1.1: Architects and buildings, 1965-1990

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1213500 Piedmont, 1983
122Architectural Awards of Excellence (Entrance Canopies-Air Rights Parking Decks), 1969
123Architectural Forum (article on Atlanta), April 1969
124Architectural Journal, January 1981
125Architectural Journal, February 1981
126Architectural Journal, April 1981
127Architectural Journal, May 1981
128Architectural Journal, June 1981
129Architectural Record excerpt (Winter Park Center, Winter Park, FL), May 1965
1210Architectural Record excerpt (Peachtree-Palisades Office Building), December 1965
1211L'Architettura (Peachtree Summit, Atlanta University Center Library), July 1982
1212Charette (Georgia Institute of Technology-College of Architecture), September 1983

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257City Halls and Emergency Operating Centers, January 1966
1213Corporate Design (Architectural Giants Number 47), September-October 1984

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131Florida Architecture (Omni International Hotel, Miami, FL), ca. 1971
132Harper's, June 1981
133Homart Development Company, 1980
134House for Longer Life, undated
135Interiors-American Academy in Rome, May 1990
136International Asbestos Cement Review 68, November 1972
137International Asbestos Cement Review 69, January 1973
138International Asbestos Cement Review 74, April 1974
139PPG Industries (Peachtree Summit), 1976
1.2: Architects and art exhibits, 1970-1993
1310Alexander Jackson Davis (Metropolitan Museum of Art), 1992-1993
1311Carroll-Chinni-Keller-Weinberg (Rome), 1973
1312Celebrating the American Earth (Ansel Adams), ca. 1970
1313National Academy of Design-155 Annual Exhibition, 1980
1314Penn in Ink (University of Pennsylvania), 1985
1315Savannah College of Art and Design, 1985
1316Visual Books, 1979-1980
1.3: Atlanta publications, 1963-1987
258Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Peachtree Plaza Hotel), July 1985

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141Atlanta magazine, November 1963
142Atlanta magazine excerpt (Atlanta Memorial Arts Center), August 1964
143Atlanta magazine, February 1987
144Atlanta 2000 (A Human House), August 1973
145Atlanta: Higher Education (Atlanta University Center), November 1975
146Buckhead Atlanta (Joseph Amisano), November 1977
147Real Estate Atlanta excerpt (Richard Rothman), November 1975
1.4: Commercial buildings, 1967-1980 and undated
148Cities Service Building, undated
149Corporate Square, undated
1410German Pavilion (Expo 67, Montreal, PQ), 1967
1411Monarch Plaza Office Building, 1980
1412Peachtree Palisades East, undated
1413Port-Royal (Montreal, PQ), undated
1414Peachtree Summit, 1976
1415Peachtree Palisades, undated
1416West Corner Square, undated
1.5: Directories, 1969-1990

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151American Institute of Architects-Atlanta, 1982
152American Institute of Architects-Atlanta, 1990
153Jacksonville Shopping Centers, 1969
1.6: Graphic standards, 1968-1975
154Mecanorma Graphics Book, ca. 1975
155Mod Shop, 1968-1969
156Synthesis of Modular Components, 1968
1.7: Engineering, 1967-1982
157Educational Facilities Laboratories-Total Energy, March 1967
158Sandwell, 1979
159Sandwell-Computer-Aided Drafting, 1982
1510Zetlin-Argo Liaison and Guidance Corporation-A New Medium for Engineering Effectiveness, September 1978
1.8: School typologies, 1949-1972 and undated

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17110 Designs-Community Colleges, 1962
172Campus in the City, 1968
173A College in the City: An Alternative (Toombs, Amisano, and Wells), March 1969
259A College in the City: An Alternative (Toombs, Amisano, and Wells), March 1969
174EFL-High School: The Process and the Place, May 1972
175EFL-Joint Occupancy: Profiles of Significant Schools, March 1971
176EFL-Relocatable School Facilities, 1964
177EFL-Schools for Early Childhood, September 1970
178Guide to Alternatives for Financing School Buildings, undated
179How Award Winning Schools Compare, January 1965
1710Innovation in Education: Committee for Economic Development, July 1968
1711Ministry of Education Building Bulletins, 1949-1951
1712Planning Community Junior College Facilities, 1968
1713Urban Design Associates Bulletin No. 3, ca. 1969
1.9: Other architectural publications, 1950-1994 and undated

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161Amacadmy (Newsletter of the American Academy in Rome), 1994
162Center Forum, 1968-1969
163City 1976, 1969
164The Cornucopia Project, ca. 1978
165Frog Hollow Living History Project, undated
166Gail Kubik Publications (folder 1 of 2), 1950-1973
167Gail Kubik Publications (folder 2 of 2), 1950-1973
168Georgia Marble Products, ca. 1982
169Knox Foundation, 1968-1975
1610Metro Women's Center, June 1978
1611Smithsonian, May 1994
1612Societe Auxiliaire d'Entreprises, ca. 1982
1613Untitled planning proposal (Ketchum, Gina, and Sharp), ca. 1960
1614Urban Review (folder 1 of 3), 1968-1970
1615Urban Review (folder 2 of 3), 1968-1970
1616Urban Review (folder 3 of 3), 1968-1970



Subseries 2: City Planning publications, 1945-1987 and undated

2.1: Economics and welfare, 1962-1970

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181Forward Atlanta: Communications, 1962
182Forward Atlanta: Data Processing, 1962
183Forward Atlanta: Medical Complex, 1962
184Forward Atlanta: Taxes, 1962
185Forward Atlanta: Utilities, 1962
186Reshaping Government in Metropolitan Areas, February 1970
187Shopping Center Legal Bulletin, 1969-1970
2.2: Forms and appearances, 1968-1979
188Forms and Appearances Study-Tampa Bay (FL) Regional Planning Council, November 1968
189Regional Design Guide-Tampa Bay (FL) Regional Planning Council, April 1970
1810Urban Open Spaces, 1979
2.3: Housing and urban development, 1949-1972
1811Equal Housing Opportunities in the South, July 1971
1812Fair Share Housing Formula, January 1972
1813Metropolitan Atlanta Housing, July 1971
1814Swedish Housing, 1949
2.4: Land use, 1948-1979

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191Atlanta Region Metropolitan Planning Commission-Regional Development Plan, March 1962
192Changing Principles of Land Economics-Urban Land Institute, 1968
193Citizens Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality, May 1972
194Density Zoning-Urban Land Institute, July 1961
195Florida Coastal Zone Management, December 1971
196Information on Levels of Environmental Noise-U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, March 1974
197Land Use Digest-Urban Land Institute, 1969
198Land Use Plan (Greensboro, NC), July 1967
199Macon-Bibb County Planning and Zoning Commission-Land Development Resolution, May 1966
1910Outdoor Recreation-United States Dept. of the Interior, 1962
1911Parks and Open Spaces-Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, November 1968
1912Regional Land Use Study-Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, November 1968
1913Technical bulletins-Urban Land Institute, 1948-1979
2.5: Master planning, 1945-1987 and undated

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201Atlanta East-Snapfinger Industrial Park, 1969-1971
202Atlanta Metropolitan Region Comprehensive Plan: Airports, September 1966
203Atlantic Center, 1970
204Brickell Key, August 1979
205Brooklyn-Downtown Retail Expansion, May 1973
206Brookwood Corporate Plaza, 1977
207Cedartown, GA, September 1969
208Central Atlanta, 1962
209Century City, ca. 1965
2010Christian City, ca. 1978
2011Community Facilities (City of Atlanta), 1968
2012Comprehensive Development Plan (City of Atlanta), 1976
2013Great Park (City of Atlanta), October 1975

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211Columbia Seminary Master Plan 2000, June 1985
212County of London (England) Plan, 1945
213Crown Center (Kansas City, MO), 1971
214Evergreen Valley College (San Jose, CA) Master Plan, June 1971
215Georgia Plaza, October 1965
216Georgia State College, ca. 1966
217Georgia Mountains Business Center (folder 1 of 3), 1984
218Georgia Mountains Business Center (folder 2 of 3), 1984
219Georgia Mountains Business Center (folder 3 of 3), 1984

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221Hartford Municipal Garage (Hartford, CT) Feasibility Study, September 1971
222Hartford Municipal Garage (Hartford, CT) Feasibility Study, January 1972
223Heart of Atlanta Shopping District (folder 1 of 3), 1977-1979
224Heart of Atlanta Shopping District (folder 2 of 3), 1977-1979
225Heart of Atlanta Shopping District (folder 3 of 3), 1977-1979
226Johnstown (PA) Flood Centennial Project, 1987
227Kiawah Island (SC), September 1975
228Le Rivage (Key Biscayne, FL), ca. 1980
229Little Five Points Business Revitalization Plan, December 1976
2210Michael Reese Medical Center (Chicago, IL), 1973
2211Mirror Lake Government Center (St. Petersburg, FL), August 1965

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231Norfolk Gardens (Norfolk, VA), August 1974
232Northside 75 Office Park, undated
233Northside Neighborhood Revitalization Design Competition, April 1993
234Regency Park (Cary, NC), 1976-1982
2510Rockdale County (GA) Urban Development Profile, undated
235Sandestin (Destin, FL), ca. 1970
236Tallahassee Planning Board (Tallahassee, FL), 1963
237Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council (Tampa Bay, FL), 1985
238Trumbull Center (Hartford, CT), August 1968
2.6: Population topics, 1963-1970
239Atlanta Region Metropolitan Planning Commission, May 1963
2310Greensboro (NC) Planning Report, May 1970
2311Tampa Bay Regional Planning Commission Population Study, November 1968
2.7: Town planning, 1950-1968

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241Legal Aspects of Planned Unit Residential Development-Urban Land Institute, May 1965
242New Towns Act-Reports of the Aycliffe, Basildon, . . . Corporations, November 1950
243New Zoning Landmarks in Planned Unit Developments, 1968
2.8: Transportation, 1965-1986 and undated
2441982 Transit Impact Monitoring Program-Atlanta Regional Commission, March 1983
245Aviation in a Long-Range Public Planning Context-Aviation Advisory Council, February 1973
246Channel Tunnel-A Summary of the Project, February 1986
247The Electric Vehicle and the American Community-Competition Results, undated
248Heliport Design Guide-U.S. Department of Transportation, August 1977
249MARTA, 1983
2410MARTA Annual Report, 1980
2411MARTA-Rapid Transit for Metro Atlanta, September 1971
2412Subways, 1977
2413Urban Transit Development in Twenty Major Cities, March 1968
2414Virginia Peninsula Area Comprehensive Transportation Study, November 1965
2.9: Water conservation, 1960-1970
2415Florida Waterfowl Populations, Habitats and Management-Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, 1960
2416Water Information Center, 1969-1970
 

SERIES 5: Awards, 1967-1996

Description

Series 5 includes certificates and plaques for the awards won by Toombs, Amisano, and Wells or by Joseph Amisano individually.

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251American Association of School Administrators-Certificate of Merit (Fernbank Science Center), 1967
252American Institute of Architects, Georgia Chapter-Certificate of Appreciation (Wheelbarrow Summer Theater), 1996
253American Institute of Architects, Georgia Chapter-Merit Award (Wheelbarrow Summer Theater), 1996
254American Institute of Architects, Georgia Association-Award for Excellence in Architecture (MARTA Peachtree Center Station), 1983
255American Institute of Architects, Georgia Association-Silver Medal (Joseph Amisano), 1983
2511American Institute of Architects, South Atlantic Regional Conference-Merit Award (The Peachtree Palisades Office Building), 1964

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13j1American Institute of Architects, Georgia Association-Conceptual Design Award (DeKalb County Cultural Center), 1984

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13j1American Institute of Architects, Atlanta Chapter-Conceptual Design Award (Norfolk Gardens), 1984
256National Academy of Design (Joseph Amisano), March 1978

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13j1Reynoldstown Revitalization Corporation, 1996