Frank Montana Collection
Scope and Content
Photostats of manuscripts including correspondence from Patrick Charles Keely, 1849-1851; photographs used in two books by Francis Kervick: Architects in America of Catholic Tradition and Patrick Charles Keely, Architect: a Record of His Life and Work; two photo albums documenting the dedication of the Notre Dame Architecture Center in Rome, Italy (1986); a 23 June 1937 dinner menu from the French packet boat Ile-de-France; a company brochure (with biographical profiles) of AIAE (Associated Indiana Architects Engineers) from the late 1950s; and a 1966 CCE dedication program embossed with a seal reading "Library of Frank Montana".
- Creation: 1849-1986.
- Montana, Frank (Person)
Language of Materials
Frank (Francesco) Montana, 1911-2001, was an architect, a University of Notre Dame professor of architecture, 1939-1986, head of its school of architecture, 1950-1972, and founder of its Rome program, 1969.
5 linear inches
Immediate Source of Acquisition
From Frank Montana's office via Notre Dame's School of Architecture and Architecture Library.
- Frank Montana Collection
- University of Notre Dame Archives
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