In addition to the Archives and Special Collections, The Cooper Union is home to two other incredible resources for archival material:
The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture Student Work Collection: Over 4,800 student projects spanning more than eight decades of The Cooper Union’s architectural pedagogy, plus archival architecture material including an extensive blueprint collection.
The Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography: An archive of Herb Lubalin's work, including drawings, editorial and advertising design, typeface design, posters, and logos, as well as material from other eminent designers.
Recent historical documentation is also available via the The Cooper Union YouTube Channel, through which you can watch Great Hall programs, school events such as commencement ceremonies, student project videos, and more. Additionally, the CooperMade project offers glimpses of how Cooper students have contributed to culture and history, from GPS to Betty Boop.
Through The Cooper Union's library consortium agreement, current Cooper Union students also have access to the following archives:
Additionally, by virtue of being in New York City, Cooper students have access to a long list of publicly accessible archives, including:
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