Stanley R. Rosenberg Architectural Records
Language of Materials
Architect Stanley R. Rosenberg worked with several architectural firms, including Hausman & Rosenberg, designing a variety of buildings such as community centers, synagogues and high-rise office buildings.
Stanley R. Rosenberg (b. 1923) attended Brooklyn College from 1941-1943 before obtaining his Bachelor of Architecture from Columbia University in 1952. He worked in several architectural firms before becoming a partner in Sirof & Rosenberg in 1954, which became Sirof, Rosenberg & Sivertsen in 1955. Rosenberg held an individual practice from 1958 to 1960. In July 1960 he joined with architect Alvin W. Hausman, forming Hausman & Rosenberg Architects. The two worked together on projects ranging from community centers to high-rise office buildings, until the firm dissolved in 1977.
Files are arranged alphabetically by project name.
Scope and Content Note
The Stanley R. Rosenberg Architectural Records span the period from 1952-1985 and primarily contains photographs, slides, negatives and printed material related to architectural projects designed by Rosenberg and his various architectural firms. Projects include apartment buildings, community centers, firehouses, hotels, offices, private residences, restaurants, schools, stores and synagogues. The collection is divided into three series: Stanley R. Rosenberg Project Files; Hausman & Rosenberg Project Files; and Office Files.
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This collection should be cited as: Stanley R. Rosenberg Architectural Collection, PR 254, Department of Prints, Photographs, and Architectural Collections, The New-York Historical Society.
Location of Materials
Gift of Stanley R. Rosenberg, 2006.