Architecture -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: VRC 67
Overview: Collection black and white and color reproductions of American architecture from the Colonial period through the present, with an emphasis on 19th and 20th century buildings. Content varies from original photographic prints to reproductions from magazines and other published sources.
Call Number: VRC 328
Overview: Working research files, photographs and ephemera maintained by Carroll L.V. Meeks covering with individual buildings by state and municipality as well as individual architects and bibliographic citations. Much of the material is arranged idiosyncratically according to the research interests of the scholar and reflects an accumulation over a period of years. Bequest of the Estate of Carroll L.V. Meeks in 1966.
Call Number: MS 1991
Overview: The records, dated 1979 to 2008, consist of drawings, press clippings, reports, photographs, and other project-related materials for a portion of the architectural work undertaken by the New York firm Cooper, Robertson & Partners. The drawings include sketches, schematics, site plans, and working and record drawings. The collection also comprises press materials pertaining to the firm's two founding partners, Alexander Cooper and Jaquelin Robertson.
Call Number: MS 396
Overview: The papers consist of photographs, plans, drawings, specifications, job files, correspondence, contracts, and printed material, which relate to architectural projects, particularly residences and government, church, hospital, and school buildings, designed by James Gamble Rogers, or the firms of Hale and Rogers, James Gamble Rogers, Inc., and Rogers and Butler. The most extensive files are for buildings on the Yale University campus, but there are also substantial files on the Aetna Life...
Dates: circa 1890s-1984
Call Number: MS 2010
Overview: The records are comprised of sketches, drawings, and project records pertaining to the work and practice of Victor Christ-Janer and his firm, Victor Christ-Janer and Associates. Project records include bid documentation, correspondence, meeting minutes, photographs, reports, and specifications. Personal and professional papers include awards and certificates, correspondence, his student work, teaching files, and lectures. Office records include job lists and firm profile.
Dates: 1946-1980, bulk 1956-1973