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Howard Margol
 

Subject: Thanks re: Kovno Architecture
From: Miriam Nadel <mhnadel@alum.mit.edu>
Date: Thu, 14 May 2015 12:52:24 +0000 (UTC)
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I am reasonably sure the house I am looking for no longer exists,=20
or, at least, that there aren't photos on-line of it. But I have=20
several useful leads to pursue. It appears my timing may be good=20
as there has been a recent resurgence of interest in architecture=20
of the interwar period because of the recent EU Heritage declaration.=20

There has been at least one book on that subject published in the=20
past year or so and I am going to see if I can track down a copy =20
via the Lithuanian embassy here.

Miriam Nadel


KTU Institute of Architecture and Construction
Architekturos ir statybos institutas (Kauno technologijos
universitetas)
Tunelio g. 60, LT-44405 Kaunas
http://www.asi.lt (the web page is under the reconstruction)
Director dr. Egidijus Blazevecius
Telefonas (8~37) 45 13 51
Faksas (8~37) 45 13 55
Elektroninis pastas asi@asi.lt

This now must be the Institute of Architecture and Construction
(Architekturos ir statybos institutas), belonging to Kaunas Technological
University . It is a research institute, was founded in 1956, and they
have a large archive and collection of various maps and plans. Of course,
no such institute existed in 1925 - it is just that Anyksciai plan is for
1925, and this plan must have been found in the collection of this
institute.

The address of the Institute is Tunelio str. 60, LT-44405 Kaunas,
tel. 45 13 51, fax 45 13 55, e-mail asi@asi.lt

Howard Margol

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