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Industrial design

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Kensington ware coffee set

 Collection
Accession: 2700
Abstract:

Lurelle Guild (1898-1985) was an architect, industrial designer, and interior designer. The collection contains a three-piece "Mayfair" coffee set designed by Guild, a coffee pot, creamer, and sugar bowl, manufactured by Wear-Ever Aluminum, a subsidiary of the Aluminum Company of America as part of its Kensington Ware line.

Dates: circa 1935

Marshall B. Johnson papers, 1909-2018, bulk 1938-2018

 Series
Accession: 2268-I.
Scope and Content:

This series consists of 5 subseries. Subseries A contains Johnson's files from the various companies for whom he worked. Subseries B are the files of the professional associations to which he belonged, such as the Industrial Designers Society of America, and files on his professional activities. Subseries C are scrapbook binders of photographs and ephemera Johnson had compiled from business trips he took, meetings and shows he attended, portfolios of his products and projects for the various companies, and other activities.

Subseries D are files pertaining to Johnson's personal life. There are files on and photographs of his parents, his wife and children, his education, and his many interests and activities.

Subseries E are many of the actual products that Johnson designed as well as his hand-carved wooden models and prototypes of those products.

Dates: 1909-2018; bulk 1938-2018

Thomas Lamb papers

 Collection
Accession: 2181
Abstract:

Thomas Lamb (1896-1988) was a industrial designer most noted for his design of physiologically efficient handles. His papers contain drawings, sketches, and artifacts pertaining to Lamb's career, which trace the development of his unique handle design, as well as his pursuits in the fields of textiles, cartoons, and writing, particularly for children.

Dates: 1916-1988