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Grady Clay (1916- ) papers

Collection : Grady Clay (1916- ) papers
Date/Extent : 1946-1987, 1.75 linear ft.
Description : Grady Clay, an authority on urban design, formerly wrote for the Courier-Journal and edited Landscape Architecture Quarterly, authoring many books and articles on architecture, urban planning, and historic preservation. The collection includes a presentation copy of an early draft of "Closeup: How to Read the American City." Also present are Grady Clay's correspondence; literary productions; projects; reference materials; articles; pamphlets; reports; speeches; and articles about Clay. Grady Clay's gifts of books from his library are represented in the Bridwell Art Library and Ekstrom Library collections.
Repository : University Archives