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Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Magazine Article
New York's Urban Housing Program Displays its Innovative Plans, , House and Home, November, Volume 38, p.28, (1970)
News: In New Haven Connecticut..., , Architecture, June, Volume 94, p.19, (2005)
Nietzsche in New Haven, Fisher, Thomas , Perspecta, Volume 29, p.50-59, (1998)
Non Costruito: Rudolph Unbuilt, , Domus, July, p.15-17, (1974)
Not Neo-Tiffany: Revivalism and Paul Rudolph, , The Architectural Review, February, Volume 127, p.78, (1960)
Notes on American Architecture, Gowan, James , Perspecta, Volume 7, p.77-82, (1961)
Notes on Exposed Concrete Structures: A Review of Physical Characteristics and a Guide to Surface Textures, Howard, Seymour , Architectural Record, September, Volume 136, p.250-256, (1964)
Notes on Row Housing, Rudolph, Paul Marvin, 1918-1997 , Pennsylvania Triangle, January, Volume 39, p.1, (1953)
Nouvelle Ville de Stafford Harbor, Virginia, , Architecture d'Aujourd'hui, June-July, Volume 38, p.CVI, 92-95, (1967)
Now and Zen, Fottler, Marsha , Sarasota Magazine, October, Volume 24, p.91-95, (2001)
N.Y. Apartment, New York, N.Y., 1977-1978, , Global Architecture Houses, Volume 6, p.[88] - [89], (1979)
NYCInteriors: 23 Beekman Place, Zunino, Maria Giula , Abitare, May, p.[230]-[233], (1999)
An Office Building for Daiei Corporation, , Kenchiku Bunka, November, Volume 28, p.121-127, (1973)
Office Complex, Hauppauge, Long Island, New York, Paul Rudolph, Architect, is Closely Tied to Availability of Parking, , Architectural Record, May, Volume 149, p.43, (1971)
Old School, New School, Yale University: Gwathmey Siegel renovates and expands Paul Rudolph's legendary, controversial A and A building., Giovannini, Joseph , Architect, November 1, Volume 97, Number 15, p.58-63, (2008)
One Hundred Years of Significant Houses: Houses Since 1907, , Architectural Record, February, Volume 121, p.199-206, (1957)
One-Story House on the Second Floor, , Architectural Forum, October, Volume 95, p.186-189, (1951)
Open Plan, Prefab Units Cut Florida Costs, , Architectural Record, Mid-May, Volume 119, p.175-180, (1956)
Open Space with Film Projection, , Progressive Architecture, February, Volume 43, p.110-111, (1962)
Open to all Outdoors, Gillies, Mary Davis , McCall's, July, Volume 81, p.36-37, (1954)
The Opening of the Jewett Arts Center, , The Wellesley Alumnae Magazine, November, Volume 43, p.4-12, 30-31, (1958)
The Opposites: Expressionism and Formalism at Yale, Reese, Ilse M., and Burns, James T. Jr , Progressive Architecture, February, Volume 145, p.128-129, (1964)
Outdoor Museum for Houses, , Architectural Record, September, Volume 120, p.217-224, (1956)
P/A Awards, 1948: House: Sarasota, Florida, , Progressive Architecture, June, Volume 30, p.69, (1949)
P/A Design Awards: House by Paul Rudolph Wins, , Interiors, March, Volume 114, p.16, (1955)

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