Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Photoenvelope 1
Identifier: C Photo Collection 504
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE World War II correspondence between Nunan and his mother, Mrs. Richard D. Rickard comprises the bulk of the collection. Additional correspondence includes wartime letters from Nunan to his sister-in-law, Mrs. M.G. Nunan, and post-war correspondence received by Denis Nunan. Other material includes copies of pencil sketches Nunan made while stationed at Camp Carson, Colorado and on Kiska Island. Three photograph albums contain snapshots documenting Nunan's training at numerous Army posts and...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Ranging from 1914 to 2008, the collection includes papers and photographs related to Dolores Kopel's personal life and her professional career. SERIES 1 PROFESSIONAL CAREER 1954-2008 BOX 1 Correspondence, newspaper clippings, legal papers, articles and programs comprise this series. The documents trace Dolores Kopel's career from her beginning private practice through becoming a United States Trustee to returning to private practice. Also...
SCOPE AND CONTENT The bulk of the materials, such as architectural drawings, photographs, and project files, found in the Ed White Architectural Records relate to his career as an architect with Fisher & Fisher, Hornbein & White, and Ed White Jr., AIA. Additional materials and photographs focus on White's personal and professional interest in historic preservation and his involvement with various volunteer organizations, museums, and foundations including Central City Opera House...
Dates: circa 1850-2017.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection contains a large assortment of residential and commercial architectural plans, finished drawings and preliminary sketches by Edwin A. Francis. These materials document the development of his architectural and decorative styles over a 25-year period (1938-1964). Although Francis has been credited with being a proponent of the International and Modernist architectural styles dominant before and after World War II, some of the materials illustrate his willingness to create more...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Jane Silverstein Ries Papers is comprised of client files, business records, awards and ephemera, architectural landscape drawings and photographs from Ries’ professional and personal life, including drawings and photographs from her childhood and her years as a student at Lowthorpe School of Landscape Architecture for Women. The collection spans nearly all of Reis’ life time (1909-2005), with a concentration on the peak of her career between the 1960s-1980s. Client files,...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1940 to 1995 with the bulk of the material from 1941 to 1945. Photographic prints and 35mm slides comprise the bulk of the collection. Limited military and personal papers are also included. Loose scrapbook pages and artwork for the 87th Infantry Regiment's regimental pin complete the collection. SERIES 1 PERSONAL PAPERS 1940-1995 BOX 1 The series includes orders, memos and correspondence from various military units to...
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Collection contains Butterfield's scrapbook with clippings, correspondence, cards, notes, ephemera, and photographs of students and locations, many of which are identified.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Forty-eight glass plate negatives believed to have been taken by Robert Fewlass around 1900 comprise the bulk of the collection. Images primarily depict passenger trains and railroad workers around Denver, Colorado's Union Station. Additional glass plate negatives and photographic prints, which Fewlass may have obtained elsewhere, complete the collection. SERIES 1 GLASS PLATE NEGATIVES TAKEN BY ROBERT FEWLASS CIRCA 1900 PHOTOBOX 1-2...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of this collection comprises perspective drawings of buildings Axtens designed, frequently accompanied by floor plans. Most of these drawings were placed into showcase portfolios with Masonite™ covers. The heavy covers have been removed to allow easier viewing and better preservation of the materials. Photographs of some of his buildings are in leather bound volumes, most photographs are identified, and many were published in his books (see related materials below). Many of his...
Scope and Contents 1957 First volunteers are placed in the Grand Teton and Olympic National Parks. 1960 Zion National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument are added to the program. 1964 The organization incorporates as the Student Conservation Association, Inc. (SCA) and former National Park Service Director Conrad Wirth...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Victor Hornbein collection dates from 1932, with student work at the Atelier Denver. He professional work began with the Historic Buildings Survey (1934) in New Mexico and continues through the completion of projects in 1994. The collection contains architectural project drawings, project documents, project photographs, business papers and publications. Hornbein established his practice in 1940 and worked on projects until shortly before his death in 1995.Hornbein designed...