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Finding Aid for the Papers regarding the Daniel Siegel house designed by Smith and Williams, circa 1950-circa 1996 0000317
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Description
Papers regarding the Daniel Siegel house span 8 linear feet and date from circa 1950 to circa 1996. The collection is composed of blueprints and blackline reproductions of Smith and Williams’ architectural drawings for the Siegel house, as well as landscape plans, plans for the Buff & Hensman remodel, and receipts and letters related to furnishing and remodeling of the house.
Background
The Siegel house was designed by the architectural firm Smith and Williams in 1952. Located in Pasadena, California Buff & Hensman designed an addition in 1966. The papers that compose this collection were collected by the home owners Mr. and Mrs. Seigel and given to the architecture and design collection by their son.
Extent
8.0 Linear feet (3 flat file folders, 1 box, 1 roll of drawings)
Availability
Partially processed collection, open for use by qualified researchers.