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Draftsman in Breuer's office c. 1972.

 

 

 

 

1911 - 1996

 

Executive, Abraham and Straus. In September of 1950, the department store hired Breuer to design the exterior of a new branch to be located in Hempstead, Long Island.

Employee, American Interphone Co. His company supplied an intercom system for the Weintraub Agency offices.

Furniture manufacturer who, with Marcel Michaud, obtained the right to manufacture and sell Breuer's furniture designs in France and its colonies.

Artist. Breuer send Zerbe material on the Black Mountain College scheme and his own house in Lincoln, MA. for use with his students.

1918 - 2000

Italian architectural historian. Zevi studied under Gropius and Breuer at Harvard's Graduate School of Design. In 1942, he wrote to Breuer hoping for a job working on a defense housing project in Wethersfield, CT. After returning to Italy in 1945, Zevi published a number of books on architecture, including "Verso l'architettura organica" (Towards Organic Architecture) and "Saper Vedere la Città" (How To Understand The City)....

Employee, United States Plywood Corp. His company supplied plywood doors for projects like the Breuer Cottage and the Robinson House.

Contractor for the McComb House.

Contractor. Zuccaro submitted an estimate for the Marshad house, but the contract went to Joseph Moje.

Lawyer for the Law Offices of William R. Lichtenberg who advised Breuer on setting up a partnership with David Polland and Marvin Sevely in Washington, DC.

Employee, Adams and Co. Real Estate, Inc. Zuckerman helped Breuer to look for properties suitable for a speculative apartment building in Manhattan.

Zutt held a Swiss patent for a resilient metal tube frame for seating.