Letter from architect Gustave W. Iser to Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and developer Herbert Greenwald
The letters show that drawings of the McCormick House as well Gardner’s/McCormick’s experience with the cork floor played a role in the planning and construction process of the Greenwald House, which was built in Weston, Connecticut, in 1955 for Morris Greenwald, the brother of developer Herbert Greenwald. (Source: Richard Wolf)
Letter from Gene R. Summers to Joseph Fujikawa
The letter addresses the maintenance of the cork floor in the McCormick House, and mentions Robert H. McCormick’s comments about it.