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Fuller, Richard Buckminster



Visiting Lecturer at the School of Architecture and Planning 1949-

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thumbnail Conceptuality of Trigonometric Functions of Angle "A" As Expounded in Synergetics
2003.004.B
Fuller, Richard Buckminster
1977
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MIT Lecture Series on World Peace: R. Buckminster Fuller (1972)
1986.083.006
MIT Lecture Series Committee
1972-02-10
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[geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.03
ca. 1951
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[Buckminster Fuller with geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.18
ca. 1951
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plate 1, the work of k zane yost, massachusetts institute of technology, department of architecture
1986.083.002.35
1950-1952
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thumbnail Simplest Trigonometric Solutions
2003.004.A
Fuller, Richard Buckminster
1977
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[interior of geodesic dome]
1986.083.002.07
ca. 1951
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[unknown student cutting geodesic dome joist]
1986.083.002.09
ca. 1951
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[stacked geodesic dome joists with small dome model on top]
1986.083.002.11
ca. 1951
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[student and woman with geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.21
ca. 1951
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[Buckminster Filler and students climbing on geodesic dome, MIT]]
1986.083.002.22
ca. 1951
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[Buckminster Fuller and students with geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.34
ca. 1951
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plate 7, re-erection of dome in new hampshire october 1952
1986.083.002.41
1952-10
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thumbnail Four Quanta Phases: Gravity More Effective Than Radiation...
2003.004.H
Fuller, Richard Buckminster
1977
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thumbnail Radiant Photons
2003.004.J
Fuller, Richard Buckminster
1977
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[four unidentified individuals with geodesic dome]
1986.083.002.17
ca. 1951
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plate 3, equator as aid in final erec[...]
1986.083.002.37
1950
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plate 5, complete erection of dome at end of five hoiurs
1986.083.002.39
1950
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plate 6, 25' geodesic dome . 470 sq ft floor area 940 sq ft surface area
1986.083.002.40
1950
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[interior of geodesic dome]
1986.083.002.06
ca. 1951
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[unknown student with geodesic dome joist]
1986.083.002.10
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.12
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome under constructon, MIT]
1986.083.002.29
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome under constructon, MIT]
1986.083.002.30
ca. 1951
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[Buckminster Fuller and students with geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.33
ca. 1951
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plate 2, beginning erection of prototype 25' geodesic dome june 1950 mit [and attached note]
1986.083.002.36
1950-06
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plate 9, [...]structure of dome
1986.083.002.43
1952
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[geodesic dome, New Hampshire]
1986.083.002.01
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome frame, MIT]
1986.083.002.05
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome, New Hampshire]
1986.083.002.27
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome under constructon, MIT]
1986.083.002.31
ca. 1951
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plate 4, preparing to join top to lower section of dome
1986.083.002.38
1950
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Travelling Core and Geodesic Dome
1986.083.002.45
Yost, Zane
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[Zane Yost with car]
1986.083.002.15
1955
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plate 8, light pattern modulations of structure as seen from within dome
1986.083.002.42
1952
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plate 10, abstract geometry amid new englands rugged landscape
1986.083.002.44
1952
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thumbnail Multiplcation Only By Division Three ways of Progressive Having Starting From Primitive Unity or Tetrahedron
2003.004.C
Fuller, Richard Buckminster
1977
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thumbnail Deceptiveness of Topology Avanta Lost By Congruence
2003.004.D
Fuller, Richard Buckminster
1977
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[interior of geodesic dome]
1986.083.002.04
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.13
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome, New Hampshire]
1986.083.002.24
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome under construction, MIT]
1986.083.002.28
ca. 1951
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[stacked geodesic dome joists, MIT]
1986.083.002.14
ca. 1951
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[Buckminster Fuller and students with geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.16
ca. 1951
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[Buckminster Fuller and Student with geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.20
ca. 1951
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[students working on geodesic dome, MIT]
1986.083.002.23
ca. 1951
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[geodesic dome, New Hampshire]
1986.083.002.26
ca. 1951
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