This collection contains the correspondence, photographs, project files, and drawings of architect Carleton Winslow, Sr.,
who is known for his work on the Panama-California Exposition of 1915 in San Diego, the Los Angeles Public Library headquarters
building, as well as churches and residences in Southern California and Santa Barbara.
Carleton Monroe Winslow, Sr. was born in Damariscotta, Maine, on December 27, 1876, the son of Edwin and Clara Winslow. He
studied architecture at the Art Institute of Chicago and did additional coursework at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris. He
married Helen Hume in New York in 1910. They had a son, Carleton Winslow, Jr., in 1919.
2 boxes, 1 flat file
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