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  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, January-December 2022
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2022)
    The University Libraries continued its joint partnership with the College of Art, Architecture, and Design (formerly the College of Architecture and Urban Studies) to acquire, arrange, describe, provide access to, and promote IAWA collections. It was a busy year of promoting and building IAWA collections. This report covers highlights from 2022.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, January-December 2021
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2021)
    The University Libraries continued its joint partnership with the College of Architecture and Urban Studies to acquire, arrange, describe, provide access to, and promote IAWA collections. It was a busy year of promoting and building IAWA collections. This report covers the highlights from 2021. It is important to note that the university had limited operations and restrictions due to COVID-19 throughout the year. The Special Collections and University Archives department adapted to these changes.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, January-December 2019
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2019)
    The University Libraries continued its joint partnership with the College of Architecture and Urban Studies to acquire, arrange, describe, provide access to, and promote IAWA collections. It was a busy year of promoting and building IAWA collections. This report covers the highlights from 2019. The annual meeting scheduled for March 2020 was cancelled due to concerns about COVID-19 and the university’s decision to cancel events, conferences, and professional travel.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, 2018
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2018)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, FY 2012-2013
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2013)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, 2017
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2017)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, 2016
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2016)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, FY 2014-2015
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2015)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, FY 2010-2011
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2011)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, FY 2013-2014
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2014)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, FY 2011-2012
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2012)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, FY 2009-2010
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2010)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, 2008-2009
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2009)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • IAWA Archivist’s Report, 2007-2008
    Purcell, Aaron D. (Virginia Tech, 2008)
    The IAWA was established in 1985 as a collaborative project between the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Tech. It is overseen by a board of advisors that includes architects, city planners, industrial and interior designers, librarians, and archivists from the US and abroad. Faculty members, librarians, and administrators from Virginia Tech serve as the Executive Committee of the Board. The head of Special Collections or their designee serves as the Archivist for the IAWA and sits on the Board of Advisors and the Executive Board. The IAWA Archivist prepares a report for presentation to the Board of Advisors at each annual meeting.
  • Archivists Report for October 1, 1999 - September 8, 2000
    (International Archive of Women in Architecture, 2000)
  • IAWA Archivist's Report for 2001/2002
    McMillan, Gail (International Archive of Women in Architecture, 2002)
  • Archivist's Report September 26, 1998-Sept. 18, 1999
    (International Archive of Women in Architecture, 1999)
  • Archivist's Annual Report September 6, 1997 - September 23, 1998
    (International Archive of Women in Architecture, 1998)
  • IAWA Archivist's Report for 2000/2001
    (International Archive of Women in Architecture, 2001)
  • Annual Report of the IAWA Archivist covering November 1996 - August 1997
    (International Archive of Women in Architecture, 1997-09-06)