100 results found for: subject:"Barrier-free design"

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1970

United States. President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped

Architectural features for people with disabilities

Washington (D.C.) - Listing architectural features which would eliminate barriers for people with physical disabilities.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1972

Indianapolis (Ind.). Department of Transportation

Indianapolis ramp for handicapped

Indianapolis (Ind.) - Standard plan for a ramp for people with disabilities with notes. The plan has signatures from the chief engineer and director.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1972

Fragment of Lone Star chapter newsletter

Pages from what is presumably a newsletter by the Lone Star Chapter of the National Paraplegia Foundation. Sections include the personality parade which features a brief biography of Gary B. Williams, advertisement, and several short updates on a plea for accessible trains, uniform building code changed, displaying the international symbol of access in the yellow pages, and the passing of the Rehabili... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1976 Feb. 20

FitzGerald, William E.

Letter from William E. FitzGerald to Editor of the Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics newsletter

Lexington (Mass.) - Concerning the Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center which is a building listed in an article in the MAP newsletter as one which was made accessible to people with disabilities. FitzGerald says that the building had a wheelchair accessible entrance that was later locked, supposedly to reduce crime, which made the building inaccessible. FitzGerald had suggested the doors be opened again and was surprise... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1975 Nov. 26

Luciano, George A.

Letter from George A. Luciano to Robert L. Okin

Boston (Mass.) - Concerning a letter from Okin about the inaccessibility of the Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center to people with disabilities and people who use a wheelchair. In response, Luciano sends a report from Robert J. Lynch about the architectural barriers in the Lindemann Center.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1971 Oct. 12

Panebianco, James

Letter from James Panebianco to Elmer C. Bartels

Chicago (Ill.) - Panebianco describes his role as Chairman of the Architectural Barriers Committee of the Chicago chapter of the National Paraplegia Foundation and asks about the Architectural Barrier Law and Enforcement Board of Massachusetts.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1971

Wheelchair accessibility ramp to building

Woburn (Mass.) - Featuring a Showcase 1-2-3-4 building and the wheelchair ramp approaching the entrance or exit of the building.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1975

Building with wheelchair ramp

Woburn (Mass.) - Image of a wheelchair accessible ramp at the exit of a building.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1969 Dec. 1

Stetson, Robert L.

Letter from Robert L. Stetson to Elmer C. Bartels

Massachusetts - Inviting Bartels to take part in the Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics campaign to eliminate architectural barriers in privately owned and financed public buildings. Mailing and clerical costs are covered by the Easter Seal Society, but volunteers are needed to make telephone calls to follow up on the letters. Stetson provides a brief rubric for what the telephone call would consist of.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1975 Nov. 16

Lynch, Robert J.

Lindemann mental health center survey of architectural barriers

Massachusetts - Describing the architectural barriers in the Lindemann Center which prevent accessibility for people with disabilities and people who use wheelchairs. Lynch makes recommendations and the total price of making the building accessible is listed.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers