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Architectural drawings (visual works).

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:


Identifier: WH476
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Baerresen Brothers Architects Papers consist of architectural drawings, one scrapbook of photographs and newspaper clippings of their buildings, and photocopies of records, photographs and newspaper articles. The bulk of the collection focuses on two brothers, Harold William Baerresen (1846-1918) and Viggo Egede Baerresen (1858-1940), who formed the architecture firm. The material spans the years 1849-1974. SERIES 1 ORIGINAL MATERIAL 1847-1983 BOX...
Dates: 1840-1983


Identifier: WH1112
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Cabell Childress Architectural Records span the years 1948-2005. The collection contains architectural drawings and project files consisting of specifications, correspondence, newspaper clippings, reports and proposals. The material encompasses Childress's career in architecture from his early work in the office of William C. Muchow to his position as Architect Emeritus for the University of Denver. The collection documents his architectural projects from 1972 until 1999....
Dates: 1948-2005

Carl A. Worthington Architectural Records

Identifier: WH761
Scope and Contents

Collection contains the master plan and architectural drawings for the Denver Technological Center (Denver, Colo.); as well as other architectural drawings, plans, proposals for private residences, office buildings, restaurants, resorts, hotels. hts of the manuscript held by the writer, heirs, donors, or executors. Reproduction restrictions are decided on a case-by-case basis.

Dates: 1962-1986


Identifier: WH1232
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Charles Lee Architectural Records span the years 1943-1966. The collection includes general office and financial ledgers from Lee's architectural business and project files containing specifications, correspondence, sketches, notes, invoices, newspaper clippings, reports, and proposals. Also included are architectural drawings for private residences, businesses, and institutions. The drawings illustrate Lee's intricate detailing and draftsmanship. ...
Dates: 1943-1966


Identifier: WH1919
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Since the 1980s, John “Jock” Mitchell, III stored the archives of the Colorado Arlberg Club in a file cabinet in his basement. Mitchell, a member since 1975 and former President, acted as the Club’s historian. Recognizing the significance of the Club’s papers in the history of skiing and the development of Colorado ski resorts, the Club decided to organize their papers in 2004. The papers of the Colorado Arlberg Club span the years 1921-2005. The series are organized...
Dates: TBD


Identifier: WH1753
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.


Identifier: WH1353
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...
Dates: 1938-1991

G. Meredith Musick and J. Roger Musick Architectural Records

Identifier: WH772
Scope and Contents The records consist of three sets of blueprints for buildings designed by the architects: G. Meredith Musick and J. Roger Musick and a copy of the unpublished autobiograpy of G. Meredith Musick. SERIES 1 ARCHITECTURAL PLANS-G. MEREDITH MUSICK 1947-1950, 1949 OVFF 1 Set of blueprints for the Classroom Building, University of Denver's Civic Center Campus designed by G. Meredith Musick in association with Smith, Hegner and Moore (1947-1950)....
Dates: 1950-1977, undated


Identifier: WH479
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Correspondence, reports, memos and plans relating to the Department of Improvement and Parks comprise this collection. The papers range from 1922 to 1964. SERIES 1 DEPARTMENT OF IMPROVEMENT AND PARKS PAPERS 1922-1949 BOX 1-3 The papers in this series reflect the activities of the Department of Improvement and Parks. Correspondence from the public describes concern with street paving and alley vacation. Contracts, reports and correspondence...
Dates: 1922-1964

J. B. Benedict Architectural Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WH1520
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection contains a sampling of Benedict's commercial and residential design work with plans dating from the beginning of his architectural practice in Denver in 1910 through 1929. These plans provide an opportunity to evaluate Benedict during his formative and more productive design periods. Included are two sets of commercial designs for the Central National Bank Building (1910) and the Roger W. Woodbury Branch Library of the Denver Public Library (1912), with residential designs for...
Dates: 1910-2002

Jane Silverstein Ries Papers

Identifier: WH1785
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,...
Dates: TBD


Identifier: WH2132
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Ranging from 1992 to 2004, the papers in this collection delineate the building of Invesco Field at Mile High. Early papers contain information related to the baseball stadium, Coors Field, providing background information for the new football stadium. Plans for seating areas, concessions, stairs, locker rooms and signs document the creation of Invesco Field at Mile High. SERIES 1 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 1994-2004 BOX 1-24 Arranged...
Dates: 1992-2004


Identifier: WH1504
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the collection comprises his architectural plans for residential and commercial projects located primarily in Colorado and the West. The records span 1930 to 2002. The amount of project documents is limited to his design studies and his job description sheets for numerous buildings. His numerous articles and publications form part of the collection. Topics in these articles include solar energy, the ecology and related health concerns. Crowther incorporated solar...
Dates: 1930-2002


Identifier: WH1565
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection consists of Roeschlaub's drawings for a residence for Philip Feldhauser Jr. This series of drawings is for a residence for Philip Feldhauser Jr., the son of a prominent businessman in the field of carpets and draperies. They were completed and stamped February 3, 1883. There is no evidence that this house was built for Feldhauser immediately. From 1881 to 1883 Philip Feldhauser Jr. was listed in the Denver City Directory at 320 Champa, he was listed at 130 Sherman in 1884 and...
Dates: circa 1877-1883


Identifier: WH889
Scope and Contents The Stanley E. Morse architectural records contains material on the architectural firms of Stanley E. Morse, A.I.A., Architect, and Morse, Dion & Champion, Architects and Planners. Materials include architectural drawings, architectural renderings, floor plans, presentation boards, project photographs, magazine articles, correspondence, project data sheets, building estimates and costs, and biographical documents. Additional materials include: architectural renderings,...
Dates: 1924-2008


Identifier: WH1524
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection consists of drawings by Theodore D. Boal for the residence of J.(John) A. (Albert) Ferguson and Redstone Castle. The Ferguson residence includes details of the interior of the home, which was constructed in 1889 at 7th and Grant (700 Grant Street) in Denver, Colorado. The residence was enlarged around 1909 and some of the drawings for the addition can be found in the Fisher and Fisher Collection (WH932). The house was razed in 1961 and an eleven-story apartment house was...
Dates: 1898-1904


Identifier: WH1238
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...
Dates: 1932-1994