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Fred Troller Collection

Abstract

Fred Troller (1930-2002) was an influential designer who emigrated to the United States from Switzerland. He worked as design director for the Geigy Chemical Corporation in New York in the 1960s; in 1968 he opened his own studio, Troller Associates, in Rye, New York. Troller taught at SVA in the late 1960s; from 1988 to 2000 he was the chairman of the division of design at Alfred University. He was also a painter and sculptor and exhibited his work at Grace Borgenicht Gallery in New York.



 
General Physical Description
 

One folder.

 
Scope and Contents
 

The Fred Troller Collection consists of 12 posters and 8 brochures.

 
Restrictions
 

This collection is open for research.

 
Citation
 

Fred Troller Collection, [series. item]. Milton Glaser Design Study Center and Archives, Visual Arts Foundation, New York.

 
Acquisition Information
 

The Fred Troller Collection was acquired as a gift from Beatrice Troller.

Container List

Milton Glaser Design Study Center and Archives  >  Fred Troller Collection  >  Series 1. Posters (MG.15.S01)

LOC
TITLE
DATE
Fred Troller: Recent Sculpture (Borgenicht Gallery, January 6-26, 1968) poster
Fred Troller: Recent Sculpture (Borgenicht Gallery, October 26 - November 13, 1965) poster
IBM Benefits... There When You Need Them... Hospitalization
IBM Benefits... There When You Need Them... Medical
IBM. Security is... Classifying Information Properly
IBM. Security is... Full-time Awareness
IBM. Security is... Need to Know
IBM. Security is... Protecting Your Password
IBM. Security is... Selective Protection
United States Savings Bond Campaign. Look Ahead: Buy U.S. Savings Bonds
United States Savings Bond Campaign. Start Now: Join the Payroll Savings Plan
United Way: People Helping People

Milton Glaser Design Study Center and Archives  >  Fred Troller Collection  >  Series 2. Other Print Material (MG.15.S02)

LOC
TITLE
DATE
Cross Siclare New York at Work for Print New York promotional booklet
IBM. Data Processor, May 1976
May 1976
IBM. Direct Access Storage Devices promotional booklet
IBM. Viewpoint, July/August 1976
May-August 1976
Lippincott and Margulies. Sense 66: Marketing Quicksand: the 70s
1972
Memorial Sloan Kettering. Symbol of Hope promotional booklet
Troller Associates promotional brochure
United Nations. 25 UN promotional booklet cover