Ruth Patricia Shellhorn (1909-2006) was a landscape architect who practiced in Southern California. She is best known for her contributions to the
creation of a new commercial shopping center landscape style through her work at the Bullock's Department Stores and Fashion
Squares. In addition to her work at Bullock's, Shellhorn's projects include Disneyland and University of California, Riverside,
as well as residential gardens for many prominent Southern Californians. The collection consists of business records, drawings
and plans, visual materials, correspondence, diaries, and other personal items.
Shellhorn Kueser (September 21, 1909 - November 3, 2006) was a landscape architect who practiced in the Los Angeles area. Her best
known projects include Disneyland, the Bullock's department stores and Fashion Squares, University of California at Riverside,
and the Shoreline Development Study. Shellhorn's commercial work helped to establish an iconic Southern California landscape
155 document boxes (77.5 linear ft.)
134 rolled drawing boxes
98 flat boxes
17 shoe boxes
7 oversize specialty boxes.
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