Barbara Coleman

Project Directors
Barbara Coleman
Abbye A. Gorin

Adaptation For Web Book
Textual Editors

Abbye A. Gorin
Helen Malin

Visual Editor
Abbye A. Gorin

Copy Editor
Anne Heausier

Technical Consultant

Steve Gorin

University of New Orleans Web Master
Design Concept

Stephen Duplantier

Web Designers
Web Developers

Web Lizards LLC
Tim Saarela & Petri Laihonen

Christopher Curtis Tilton

Videographer and Post Production
Pin-Hau Chiou

Superdome Icon
Michael Rouchell

Guest Speakers
Dave Dixon
Donald F. Gatzke
Joseph Morgan
John C. West
Peggy Wilson

Tulane University
School of Architecture
Donald F. Gatzke, Dean
John P. Klingman, Professor
Francine Judd, Photographic Copy Work

Tulane Library
Wilbur E. Meneray, Assistant Dean for Special Collections
Gary Van Zante, Head, Southeastern Architectural Archive

The University of New Orleans
Department of Drama and Communications
Kevin L. Graves, Chair

Instructional Media and Technology
Michael J. Adler, Assistant Director
Gregory Randolph

Instructional Technology
George North, Director

Mac Lab
Bobby Oakes, Manager

Special Thanks
Frances C. Curtis
Carol Curtis Kemper
Mark Kuss
Veronica Ohlmeyer
Robert E. Olmsted III
Nell Curtis Tilton

Lakeside Camera and Imaging
J.C. Dufresne, General Manager
Jeff Martin, Controller

The Times-Picayune


Cover Picture Credits

Nathaniel Curtis (1917-1997).
Charcoal and pastel drawing by Nell Curtis Tilton, 1997.
Superdome, construction sketch by Curtis, c. 1972.
Superdome, sketch by Curtis, c. 1972.
Second Liner, drawing by Curtis, 1978.
New Orleans Cityscape, rendering by Curtis, nd.

Illustration credits are given when known. Most images were found in Curtis' office after his death. Although Frank Lotz Miller was the official photographer for the Curtis and Davis firm, loose negatives such as the jazz parade in the Rivergate under construction and photos in the Curtis and Davis brochures without credits can only be assumed to be the work of Miller. A large body of photographs by Frank Lotz Miller taken for Curtis and Davis can be found in the Nathaniel C. Curtis Jr. Collection, Southeastern Architectural Archive, Tulane.



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