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Letters, specimen sheets, awards, objects, and other personal items.

Hoffmitz Milken, Leah

Design Work

Design projects completed by Leah Hoffmitz Milken for design firms, including GNU Group, and Letterform Design. Projects included logos and letterforms for individuals and corporations and typefaces; new fonts and typefaces; and various poster series' that illustrate the history of typography. Materials include drawings, proofs, presentation materials, posters, and correspondence.

Hoffmitz Milken, Leah


Materials from Leah Hoffmitz Milken's teaching career at ArtCenter College of Design and Otis College of Art and Design, including material related to individual courses and student work.

Moving Images

The five 8mm movies in this series were all shot by Jergenson. Two of the films are related to the General Motors Train of Tomorrow and show the train from concept to its test run. Two of the films document trips Jergenson took on behalf of Art Center to Paris, London, and Japan. Also included is a film highlighting the Catalina Project which shows Product Design students riding their watercraft at Catalina Island.

Planned Giving

  • 7-RG 7.01-9
  • Série organique
  • 1983-2010
  • Fait partie de Development

The Planned Giving series contains booklets, brochures and mailings.


Series 9 contains published CD-ROMs of alumni work.

Public Relations

Public Relations materials in Series 9 document Art Center (Europe)’s media presence through the clippings and media summaries.

Media Summaries

The Media Summaries in Series 9 are packets of clippings compiled by Public Relations to be distributed to other administrative departments on campus. These packets are arranged chronologically, following departmental practice.


The Projects files in series 8 contain records on some of the projects created by the Alumni office.

Printed Materials

Series 8 contains various materials printed by the school including brochures and letterhead.

Giving Groups

  • 7-RG 7.01-8
  • Série organique
  • 1986-2011
  • Fait partie de Development

The Giving Groups series contains a sub-series for each giving group including: Art Center 100, Art Center Circle, Art Center Partners, and Legacy Circle. The files mainly consist of appeals and invitations to events.


The media outreach efforts of the Public Relations Department can be seen in Series 8, Clippings, containing hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles related to Art Center, its students, and their work.


The seven scrapbooks in this series offer a comprehensive overview of Jergenson's life, especially his careers in industrial design and education. Compiled by Jergenson in the 1980s, they consist mostly of clippings, photographs, and correspondence with some handwritten exposition. Book 1 documents the early years in Jergenson's life, including his school days and beloved fishing trips. Book 2 are examples of advertisements he created while an art director at M. E. Harlan Advertising. Book 3 documents Jergenson's career at General Motors Styling, predominately during his first tenure there, 1936-1947. Book 4 contains publicity, mostly newspaper and magazine clippings, about the Train of Tomorrow and Art Center. Book 5 covers Jergenson's freelance career as well as a trip to Japan for Art Center. Book 6 contains items related to Jergenson's professional organizations, The Society of Art Center Alumni, an Art Center trip to Europe, and student projects. Book 7 is a unique photo album that includes family trees for Jergenson's ancestors and descendants, as well as in-laws.

Images of some items in these scrapbooks can also be found in the Photographs series, especially in the history of trains slide show.

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