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The Peters Collection and the Leliman Library of the University of Technology, Delft

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 June 2016

Chris Smeenk*
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University of Technology Delft, Library of the Faculty of Architecture, Berlageweg 1, Delft
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Abstract

The Library of the Faculty of Architecture in the University of Technology at Delft includes two important private collections. The Peters Collection comprises material formerly owned by the Gothic Revival architect Cornelis Hendrick Peters and includes architectural and topographical drawings and prints as well as books. The Leliman Library comprises the library of the Classical architect J.H. Leliman, augmented by his son, Johannes Hendrik Willem Leliman, himself an architect who specialized in housing, an associate of the garden city movement and advocate for the preservation of old buildings.

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Copyright © The Art Libraries Society 1987

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1. A second University of Technology was founded at Eindhoven in 1956. However, the Faculty of Architecture there offers no opportunities for specialization in the fields of restoration, housing, urban design and planning.Google Scholar

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