Peter A. Juley & Son
(photographer)New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997)
The first building of The New School on 66 West 12th Street was designed by Joseph Urban. It was open to the public on January 1, 1931.
[The text is a fragment. New Sch]OOL FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH, NOW BEING ERECTED AT 66-72 West Twe[lfth Street of] New York. AMERICA'S FIRST BUILDING FOR HIGHER ADULT[S EDUCA]TION, expected to be forerunner of similar buildings in other [...] population centers. [...] Director of New School, -- Dr. Alvin Johnson. [Archi]tect of new building, -- Joseph Urban. [Build]ing will be completed for the fall term, and classes will be open [for a]dults, without entrance requirements of credits, degrees, or [exami]nations. In eleven years at old building, more than 10,000 men and [women] of all branches of industry and professions, and coming from many [states?] of the United States, have attended New School lectures. ;Peter A. Juley & Son Photographers of Fine Arts Since 1896 219 East 39th Street, New York City
box 4, folder 6
Peter A. Juley & Son. Artists' Rendering of Exterior of 66 West 12th Street Building of The New School.
1930. New School photograph collection; Buildings and campus (NS040101.SII). New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive
. Web. 23 May 2019
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