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The Very Good Old Days of Sarasota Architecture, Bubil, Harold, King Joseph, Leedy Gene, Seibert Tim, and Howey John. , April 30, (2006)
Reading Rudolph, Baldwin, Ian , Places: Design Observer, March 1, (2010)
Oral History of Stanley Tigerman, Tigerman, Stanley, 1930-, and Blum Betty J. , Chicago Architects Oral History Project, Chicago, (2003)
Architect Charles Gwathmey dies at 71, Bubil, Harold , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, August 4, (2009)
Newspaper Article
Yale's Plan to Spend $125-Million to Renovate Famous Building Leaves Many Asking Why, Biemiller, Lawrence , The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 30, Volume 54, Number 14, p.21, (2007)
Up for Bid: The Umbrella House, One of the Most Famous Residences of Architect Paul Rudolph, Will be Auctioned Feb. 23 as a "Piece of Art." The Bidding Will Start at $1.2 million, Bubil, Harold , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, February 5, p.1, 5, (2005)
Toil and Trouble In Plexi-Land, Brown, Patricia Leigh , New York Times, December 3, p.1, 8, (1998)
'Tinker Toy Tower' Destined for New Life: Long-Vacant Office Building Set for Seniors' Housing, Brown, Steve , Dallas Morning News, April 12, p.1, (2002)
Time to Rethink the Cost: What to do with our Old Buildings?, Bubil, Harold , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, October 14, p.1, (2006)
That Tear-Down Could Be a Haul-Away, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, January 5, p.4, (2006)
"Spinwinder" piece in progress, Bertrand, Carolyn , The Torch, September 3, Volume 38, Number 1, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, p.18, (1991)
A Softer Look for a Dark Campus, Brenner, Elsa , New York Times, July 24, p.12, (2005)
Should they stay or should they go? A tale of two buildings, Beam, Alex , Boston Globe, October 24, p.1-2, (2007)
Shining Moment: Paul Rudolph designed this glamorous apartment nearly four decades ago. And it still dazzles today, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times Style Magazine, October 7, p.168-173, (2007)
Shining Again; The Revere Quality House, Built in 1947 as a Showcase of Copper Products, Undergoes an Extensive Restoration, Bubil, Harold , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, April 28, p.1, (2007)
Shady Stop on Home Tour: The Famed Umbrella House Now Lives Up to Its Name, Bubil, Harold , Sarasota Herald Tribune, November 6, p.1, 3, (2010)
School's Rescue on Agenda: Architects This Weekend Hope to Draft a Demolition-free Plan for Riverview, Babiarz, Liz , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, March 17, p.1, (2007)
A Road Trip Back to the Future, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, March 23, p.1, 10, (2007)
Riverview's Future Hinges on $20 Million: School Board Gives Preservationists One Year to Raise Funds to Save the Rudolph Buildings., Babiarz, Liz , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, March 21, p.1, (2007)
Riverview plot thickens, Bubil, Harold , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, January 26, p.1, (2008)
RHS Plan is 'win-win', Bubil, Harold , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, March 24, p.1, (2007)
Renewed Prominence; In the 1950s, Paul Rudolph was a Shining Star of Modern Architecture. A Bradenton Exhibit Celebrates his Return to Favor., Bubil, Harold , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, May 10, p.G1, (2003)
Razing Rudolph: The Next 'Sarasota School' Modern Building Set to be Demolished is one of Architect Paul Rudolph's Best-Known: Riverview High., Bowen, Anastasia , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, February 5, p.1+, (2006)
The Quest to Preserve Sarasota's Modern Homes, Bernstein, Fred A. , New York Times, October 10, p.11-12, (2004)

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