Architect Anthony Alofsin, FAIA, has donated an archive of his life’s work to the Alexander Architectural Archives and Architecture & Planning Library at the University of Texas at Austin. The archive includes articles, manuscripts, photographs, architectural sketches, books, and journals. The collection reflects the 30-year career of Alofsin and his accomplishments. “In sharing the corpus of his professional work with the Alexander Archive, Professor Alofsin adds to UT’s extraordinary special collections, enhancing our research and aiding in the recruitment of outstanding students, faculty and scholars,” said UT Austin President Gregory L. Fenves. Alofsin has been an active member at the UT School of Architecture in the last three decades. He has taught and founded the school’s Ph.D. program. Addition to the archive, Alofsin made a monetary donation to help provide the institution with an archivist to process the collection. Read more about the story at UT News.

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