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  • 1927-1985 (Creation)


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(1909 September 19 - 1986 November 7)

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This series contains various publications collected by George Jergenson. They range from clippings about Art Center, to car brochures, to his high school and college yearbooks. Of note is the typewritten manuscript by Stanley Brams about the styling staff at General Motors.

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Digital materials and catalog records are made available for educational and research purposes only and cannot be reproduced, distributed, or published without written permission from Art Center College of Design.

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The following titles have been cataloged and housed with our Special Collections books:

Automobile Body Engineering and Surface Development: Introducing the "Replicator Method" by Gustave Chutorash, 1946.

Automobile Quarterly, Vol. 5, No. 2, Fall 1966.

Designing for People by Henry Dreyfuss, 1955.

Flight Thru Instruments, U.S. Navy, 1945.

Ford at Fifty, 1903-1953, 1953.

General Motors: The First 75 Years of Transportation Products, 1983.

Opportunities in Industrial Design by Arthur J. Pulos, 1970.

Projections in Steel, 1962.

Rapporti Arte/Industria by Nino Di Salvatore, 1958.

Styling at Ford Motor Company, 1957.

The Ford Book of Styling: A History and Interpretation of Automotive Design, 1963.

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