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Recent Acquisition: Rolling Armchair, 1968, Flom, Lorrie , Carnegie Magazine, March-April, Volume 68, p.39, (2004)
Ben and Paul: Two architects, two views of Modernism: Ben Thompson and Paul Rudolph, Fixler, David N. , ArchitectureBoston, Volume 14, Number 1, (2011)
American Building: The Historical Forces That Shaped It, Fitch, James Marston , Volume 1, Boston, (1966)
In Defense of Hosts: A Friendly Design Conspiracy, Fiske, Jane , Interiors, September, Volume 112, p.80-85, (1952)
Nietzsche in New Haven, Fisher, Thomas , [Re] Reading Perspecta: The First Fifty Years of the Yale Architectural Journal, Cambridge, MA, p.705-709, (2004)
Nietzsche in New Haven, Fisher, Thomas , Perspecta, Volume 29, p.50-59, (1998)
Contemporary Confrontations, Finkelpearl, Philip J. , The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, May, Volume 38, p.203-205, (1979)
Architectures of the Mind, Finch, Elizabeth , Art On Paper, December, Volume 7, p.53, (2002)
Architectural Riches, Usually Hidden, Open for Show, Fernandez, Manny , New York Times, October 9, p.1, 39, (2005)
Paul Rudolph's Endangered Legacy: Cerrito Residence, Watch Hill, RI, 1956, Feld, Gabriel , DOCOMOMO US Newsletter, Summer, p.5, (2006)
Exhibit honors Rudolph, Fears, Danika , Yale Daily News, November 11, (2008)
Rococo Modernism: The Elegance of Style, Fausch, Deborah , Perspecta, Volume 32, p.8-17, (2001)
Inside today's home, Faulkner, Ray, and Faulkner Sarah , New York, (1975)
Who is the Man Behind Gov. King? First of Two Articles, Farrell, David , Boston Globe, May 4, p.1, (1980)
Paul Rudolph at 100: the mischief maker in a new light, Farago, Jason , New York Times, 12/20/2018, (2018)
Wellesley Art Collections Reopen in New Jewett Arts Center, Faison, Lane S., Hitchcock Henry Russell, and Hope Henry R. , College Art Journal, Spring, Volume 18, p.241-245, (1959)
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What's Right With Architecture, Evans, Edith Brazwell , Architectural Record, Mid-May, Volume 127, p.66-75, (1960)
Paul Rudolph Plans Modern House Here On Frame of 1870's, Ennis, Thomas W. , New York Times, February 19, p.1, 6, (1967)
Delphinium Blossoms: An Anthology, Engel, Cecile , Harrison, NY, (1990)
Architecture Boston, Eldredge, Joseph L. , Barre, MA, (1976)
Boston Modern: The Spirit of Reinvention, Eisen, David , Washington, DC, p.26, (2010)
Concrete Values; Out-of-fashion structures still have enduring qualities, Eisen, David , Boston Globe, September 15, p.17, (2010)
Evolving Cities: Urban Design Proposals by Ulrich Franzen and Paul Rudolph, Edwards, Dorothy A. , American Institute of Planners Journal, July, Volume 42, p.354-355, (1976)
A Place to Live, von Eckardt, Wolf , New York, (1967)

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