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John Treacy papers
- 1940-1948 (Creation)
2 folders and 4 photographs
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In the early 1940s, after John Treacy took classes at the Art Center School, he worked at Douglas Aircraft Company as a technical illustrator during World War II. He oversaw a group of artists, many from Art Center, who created perspective engineering drawings for airplane production. After the War, Treacy worked for Raymond Loewy and Associates in Brazil. He returned to Los Angeles in 1948 where he spent the next 25 years designing and building homes.
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This small collection related to transportation design was donated by John Treacy to Art Center after a nostalgic visit to the campus. It consists of photocopies of two letters and two automobile sketches, and four photographs of car designs by John Treacy and J. Gordon Legg.
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Copyright held by John Treacy.
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