Microfiche copies of architectural drawings of buildings on the
Stanford University campus; and photocopy of the department's "vault inventory" of
drawings, most of which are included in these copies. Architects active during the early
years of the University include Bakewell and Brown; Shepley, Rutan, and Coolidge;
Charles Edward Hodges, Arthur B. Clark, Charles B. Wing, Clinton Day, and Henry A.
Schulze. Later architects include Birge M. Clark, William Wurster, Eldridge T. Spencer,
John Carl Warnecke, and Louis C. Mullgardt. There are also some copies of drawings for
the Hanna House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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