The papers of Arthur Brown, Jr. include correspondence, professional papers, clippings, and architectural drawings, pertaining
to Hoover Tower and other buildings designed for Stanford University.
Arthur Brown, Jr. and John Bakewell, Jr. formed their San Francisco architectural firm, Bakewell and Brown, in 1906. They
became associated with Stanford University in 1913. They designed a number of campus buildings, including the education building,
art gallery, library (1919), Hoover tower, women's gymnasium, and several dormitories.
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