Finding Aid to the John Galen Howard Pictorial Collection, 1885-1920

Processed by Elizabeth Konzak
Funding for revision of arrangement and description of this collection was provided by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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Finding Aid to the John Galen Howard Pictorial Collection, 1885-1920

Collection number: BANC PIC 1967.016-1967.018

Funding for arrangement and description of this collection was provided by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.


The Bancroft Library

University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California

Contact Information:

Processed by:
Elizabeth Konzak
Date Completed:
October 2000
Encoded by:
Michael C. Conkin; revised by Jeanne Gahagan
© 2001 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Collection Title: John Galen Howard Pictorial Collection
Date (inclusive): 1885-1920
Collection Number: BANC PIC 1967.016-1967.018
Creator: Howard, John Galen, 1864-1931
Extent: circa 235 photographic prints, circa 65 drawings, 10 negatives and 1 Sketchbook.
Repository: The Bancroft Library.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Abstract: The John Galen Howard Pictorial Collection contains personal papers, including photographs and sketches of Howard and his wife, Mary Robertson Bradbury; and project records, including photographs from various commercial, religious, educational, and residential projects in California, Washington, New York and Massachusetts.
Physical Location: Many of the Bancroft Library collections are stored offsite and advance notice may be required for use. For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Languages Represented: Collection materials are in English .

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

All requests to reproduce, publish, quote from or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Public Services, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 94270-6000. Consent is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission from the copyright owner. Such permission must be obtained from the copyright owner. See: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/reference/permissions.html .
Restrictions also apply to digital representations of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], John Galen Howard Pictorial Collection, BANC PIC 1967.016-1967.018, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Microfilm

Microfilm duplicating selected photographs from the collection is available at the following repositories:
  • Contributing Institution: The Bancroft Library:
    Identifier/Call Number: BANC FILM 2554
  • Contributing Institution: Environmental Design Library:
    Identifier/Call Number: MICROFILM 78314 NA

Related Material

Title: Howard, John Galen Collection, (1955-4),
Environmental Design Archives, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Howard, John Galen collection of progress photographs ca. 1905-1910,
(f308xH849pr) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Howard, John Galen Papers, 1874-1954 (bulk 1888-1931).
(BANC MSS 67/35 c) The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Architectural Drawings of University of California Buildings,
(CU-402) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Howard, John Galen,
Title: Sketches of buildings, etc., for the University of California, Berkeley 1904.
(CU-402.1) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Title: Hearst, Phoebe Architectural Plan for the University of California. Competition Drawings. circa 1897-1898.
(CU-403) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Inventory of the Specifications, Contracts, and Bids for Construction of University of California, Berkeley, Buildings, 1896-[ongoing],
(CU-13) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Records of the President of the University of California,
(CU-5) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Records of the Regents of the University of California, 1896-1933,
(CU-1) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Views of Campus Buildings,
University Archives Pictorial Collection, (UARC PIC) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Hearst, Phoebe,
Title: Correspondence concerning the Phoebe Hearst Architectural Plan for the University of California, 1896 Oct 22-23.
(308gh.cor) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Hearst, Phoebe Architectural Plan for the University of California. Concours Phoebe A. Hearst pour les plans de reconstruction de l'universite. 1er prix. Projet de E. Bernard.
(ff308gh.u, ff308gh.u.1900, ff308gh.u.pah) University Archives, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Galloway, John Debo Papers,
(GALLOWAY), The Water Resources Center Archives, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Galloway, John Debo Papers, 1920-1940
(67/40 c) The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition Collection,
University Libraries, University of Washington, Special Collections, http://content.lib.washington.edu/aype/index.html 

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Architecture--United States--Pictorial works
Architecture, Domestic--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Photographs
Church buildings--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Photographs
Commercial buildings--Photographs
Schools--California--Photographs
Architectural drawings.
Architectural photographs.
Drawings.
Howard, John Galen, 1864-1931. John Galen Howard papers
Moulin, Gabriel, 1872-1945

Administrative Information

Processing Information

Processed by Elizabeth Konzak and completed in October 2000.

Biographical Note

John Galen Howard was born May 8, 1864 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. He began his architectural education at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the nation's only architectural program at the time, although he left in 1885 before completing his degree. He apprenticed himself to Henry Hobson Richardson in Brookline, Massachusetts, gaining a practical knowledge of drafting. After Richardson's death he left the firm and went to Los Angeles where he worked with the firms Caulkin & Hass, and James M. Wood. Unhappy with the prospects in Los Angeles after a year, Howard left to tour Europe in 1888. Returning to the United States, he went to work for McKim, Mead & White, first in Boston then in New York. Encouraged by the partners of the firm, who offered financial assistance, Howard left for Paris to attend the Ecole des Beaux-Arts from 1890 to 1893. Although he left shortly before completing the training, he brought the tradition and style of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts back to the United States.
In 1893 Howard married Mary Robertson Bradbury, starting a family of five including Henry Temple (1894), Robert Boardman (1896), Charles Houghton (1899), John Langley (1902), and Jeanette (1905). Howard opened a private practice in 1895 with Samuel Cauldwell in New York. The partners built residential and commercial buildings in New York and New Jersey. In 1898, Howard & Cauldwell entered the Phoebe Hearst International Competition for the plan for the University of California in Berkeley. Emile Bénard won the competition, however, he did not wish to leave Paris for Berkeley. Howard, whose entry with Cauldwell came in fourth place, was appointed to the Advisory Board of Architects for the Perpetuation of the Phoebe Hearst Architectural Plan for the University of California. Phoebe Hearst hired Howard to design the Hearst Mining Building, sending him on a tour of Europe in 1900 to study University buildings, particularly those relating to mining. Because Bénard proved too difficult for the Regents to work with, President Wheeler, a strong supporter of Howard's talents, offered Howard the position of Supervising Architect of the University in 1901. The Howards moved to California in 1902. In 1903, the University of California provided funding for a department of architecture. Howard was appointed professor at the new school, and settled into life in the Bay Area.
Because of Howard's work on the University, he soon had a growing private practice. In 1906 he opened an office in San Francisco in partnership with engineer John Debo Galloway. He was also an advisory member of the Reconstruction Committee of San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake. Away from his work at the University, Howard was the supervising architect for the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in Seattle. Howard was also involved with the Panama-Pacific Exhibition of 1915 in San Francisco. He was a member of the Exposition advisory committee as well as a member of the board that supervised the plan for the San Francisco Civic Center. He also designed the San Francisco Civic Auditorium for the Exposition. Howard also designed a variety of residential and commercial buildings in Berkeley and San Francisco.
In 1913 Howard was appointed Director of the School of Architecture at the University. In his capacity as Supervising Architect for the University, Howard completed the Hearst Memorial Mining Building, the Greek Theater, Boalt Hall, California Hall, Agriculture Hall, the University Library, the Sather Tower (known as the Campanile), Sather Gate, Wheeler Hall, Hilgard Hall, Gilman Hall, Hesse Hall, Le Conte Hall and Haviland Hall, thoroughly adapting the Phoebe Hearst Architectural plan to display his preferred designs.
In 1917, Howard took a sabbatical to live and write poetry in Carmel, California. In 1918, he went on "war leave" to Europe. There he helped establish the American Expeditionary Forces University, which was intended to educate soldiers as they awaited transport home. Returning in 1919, he found the University reluctant to spend money and saw his authority as Supervising Architect start to deteriorate. Howard was officially dismissed by the Regents of the University in 1924, and in 1926 resigned as Director of the School of Architecture. He and his wife, Mary Robertson Bradbury, moved to San Francisco, residing on Russian Hill, where Howard continued to write and publish his own poetry. He died suddenly from a heart attack in 1931.

Note

Sources:

  • Partridge, Loren, John Galen Howard and the Berkeley Campus: Beaux-Arts Architecture in the "Athens of the West," Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association, 1978.
  • Moss, Stacey, The Howards: First Family of Bay Area Modernism, The Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA 1988.

Scope and Contents Note

The John Galen Howard Pictorial Collection was transferred from the John Galen Howard Papers of the Bancroft Manuscript collection (BANC MSS 67/35 c). The collection contains two series. The Personal Papers include personal photographs and sketches of Howard and his wife, Mary Robertson Bradbury. The Project Records contain photographs from various commercial, religious, educational, and residential projects in California, Washington, New York and Massachusetts, including buildings for Mason McDuffie, the Continental Building, the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition, and the Majestic Theater. The project records also include an album of project photographs.

Project Index (Alphabetical by Client/Project Name)

The following is a list of architectural projects from the John Galen Howard Pictorial Collection. For instructions on interpreting the Project Index, see The Guide to the Project Index at http://www.ced.berkeley.edu/cedarchives/pindex/guide.htm .
The Project Index list is arranged alphabetically by Project/Client Name and contains information, where available, about the location, date, project type, collaborators, and formats for each project in the collection.
Project/ Client Name Date(s) Location Project Type Collaborator/ Role Format Call No. Microfilm
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition 1909 Seattle, WA exposition Galloway, J. (engineer) Photograph 1967.016.30--PIC (9 items) selection
Berkeley National Bank (University Savings Bank) 1907-1908 Berkeley, CA commercial Galloway, J. (engineer) Photograph 1967.016.02--PIC (1 item) none
Berkeley Public Library 1903 Berkeley, CA educational   Photograph 1967.016.10--AX (2 items); 1967.016.01--PIC #70 none
Central Park Shelter undated New York, NY recreational   Photograph 1967.016.34--PIC #2 none
Church of Christ Scientist, First 1905-1906 San Francisco, CA religious   Photograph 1967.016.23--AX (2 items) none
Claremont Court Entrance Gates [see Mason McDuffie Company] 1905 Berkeley, CA residential Galloway, J. (engineer)      
Clark W. Campbell 1900 Newark, NJ residential Cauldwell & Morgan (architects) Photograph 1967.016.34--PIC #1 none
Continental Building (Grant, Joseph) 1908 San Francisco, CA commercial Galloway, J. (engineer) Photograph 1967.016.22--PIC (2 items) selection
Easton Company 1907 San Francisco, CA commercial Galloway, J. (engineer) Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #73 none
Emerson School 1912 Oakland, CA educational Donovan, J. (supervising architect) Photograph 1967.016.18--PIC (3 items); 1967.016.01--PIC #78-83 none
Essex Hotel (Kinney, Francis S.) 1900 New York, NY commercial Cauldwell, S. (architect) Photograph 1967.016.17--PIC (3 items); 1967.016.17--AX (1 item) selection
First Congregational Church undated Oakland, CA religious   Photograph 1967.016.19--PIC (14 items) selection
First National Bank 1903, 1909, 1917 Berkeley, CA commercial   Photograph 1967.016.06--PIC (1 item); 1967.016.01--PIC #56-58 none
Gates, Decorative Iorn undated unknown furnishings   Photograph 1967.016.34--PIC #4-5 none
George Washington Memorial Hall Competition undated unknown governmental   Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #95-97 selection
Grant, Adam (Murphy & Grant Co.) 1907-1908 San Francisco, CA commercial Galloway, J. (engineer) Photograph 1967.016.20--PIC (2 items); 1967.016.01--PIC #84 none
Grant, Joseph [see Continental Building] 1908 San Francisco, CA commercial Galloway, J. (engineer)      
Gregory, Warren circa 1912 Berkeley, CA residential   Photograph 1967.016.07--PIC (2 items); 1967.016.01--PIC #42 selection
Hilgard Apartments 1912 Berkeley, CA residential-multi   Photograph 1967.016.05--PIC (5 items); 1967.016.01--PIC #54-55 selection
Hollister Hotel (unbuilt) undated Hollister, CA commercial   Photograph 1967.016.15--PIC (1 item) none
Howard, John Galen 1904-1906 Berkeley, CA residential   Photograph 1967.015.08--PIC (4 items) none
Italian American Bank 1907 San Francisco, CA commercial   Photograph 1967.016.25--PIC (1 item) none
King, D.H., Jr., Hotel undated New York, NY residential Cauldwell, S. (architect) Drawing 1967.018.08-PIC (1 item) selection
Kinney, Francis S. [see Essex Hotel] 1900 New York, NY commercial Cauldwell, S. (architect)      
Lassen Union High School 1920 Susanville, CA educational Taylor, R. (architect) Photograph 1967.016.32--PIC (1 item) none
Levi Strauss Realty Co., #2 circa 1907 San Francisco, CA commercial   Photograph 1967.016.26--PIC (1 item); 1967.016.01--PIC #65 none
Majestic Theater 1903 Boston, MA recreational Wood, J. (architect) Photograph 1967.016.13--PIC (5 items); 1967.016.13-B (8 items) selection
Mason McDuffie Company: Claremont Court Entrance Gates 1905 Berkeley, CA residential Galloway, J. (engineer) Photograph 1967.016.03--PIC (1 item) none
Mason McDuffie Company: Northbrae Properties 1910-1914 Berkeley, CA residential   Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #26-30 none
Mason McDuffie Company: Saint Francis Wood [see Saint Francis Wood, entrance & gates] 1912 San Francisco, CA residential        
McDuffie, Duncan, estate 1909-1914 Berkeley, CA residential   Photograph 1967.016.04--PIC (2 items); 1967.016.09--PIC (9 items); 1967.016.01--PIC #4, 7-10 selection
McDuffie, Duncan, stores 1909 Berkeley, CA commercial   Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #72 none
Northbrae Properties [see Mason McDuffie Company] 1910-1914 Berkeley, CA commercial        
Panama Pacific International Exposition: Auditorium (San Francisco Civic Auditorium) 1912-1913 San Francisco, CA cultural Meyer & Reid (architects) Photograph 1967.016.21--PIC (4 items) none
Pan-Pacific Exposition: Tower of Jewels 1901 Buffalo, NY exposition Cauldwell & Morgan (architects) Photograph 1967.016.14--PIC (1 item); 1967.016.14-B (1 item) selection
Pierce-Arrow 1912 San Francisco, CA commercial   Photograph 1967.016.27--PIC (2 items); 1967.016.01--PIC #59-63 selection
Princeton University: Gymnasium undated Princeton, NJ educational   Photograph 1967.016.34--PIC #8 none
Princeton University: Memorial Gate undated Princeton, NJ educational   Photograph 1967.016.34--PIC #3 none
Richfield School House 1913 Richfield, CA educational   Photograph 1967.016.33--PIC (1 item) none
Saint Francis Wood, entrance & gates (Mason McDuffie Company) 1912 San Francisco, CA residential   Photograph 1967.016.28--PIC (6 items); 1967.016.28-B (2 items); 1967.016.01--PIC #12-24 selection
Shepard, F.L. and E. 1912 Berkeley, CA residential   Photograph 1967.016.11--PIC; 1967.016.01--PIC #35-37 none
South Berkeley Bank 1906-1908 Berkeley, CA commercial   Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #67 none
Sprague, Lucy 1905-1906 Berkeley, CA residential   Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #38-39 none
Spreckels, Claus: Market & Eddy (Eddy Building) 1908-1909 San Francisco, CA commercial Galloway, J. (engineer) Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #71 none
Spreckels, Claus: Market & Fremont (Fremont Building) 1907 San Francisco, CA commercial Galloway, J. (engineer) Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #70 none
Susanville Grammar School 1920 Susanville, CA educational Taylor, R. (architect) Photograph 1967.016.31--PIC (1 item) none
Tevis Memorial, Cypress Lawn Cemetery 1902 San Francisco, CA funerary   Photograph 1967.016.29--PIC (3 items) none
Tod, W. Stewart undated unknown residential Cauldwell, S. (architect) Drawing 1967.018.09--C (1 item) all
Trinity Methodist Church (unbuilt) undated Berkeley, CA religious   Photograph 1967.016.12--AX (1 item) none
Unidentified Auditorium undated unknown     Photograph 1967.016.24--PIC (1 item)  
Unidentified Building undated unknown commercial   Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #68 none
Unidentified Exteriors undated unknown unknown   Photograph 1967.016.34--PIC #6-7 none
Unidentified Fireplaces undated unknown residential   Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #47-48 none
Union Oil Company 1920 Los Angeles, CA commercial   Photograph 1967.016.16--PIC (14 items); 1967.016.16--AX (1 item) none
United States Subtreasury Building undated San Francisco, CA governmental   Photograph 1967.016.01--PIC #90-94 none
University of Calfiornia: Hearst Mining Building undated Berkeley, CA educational   Drawing 1967.018.10--B (1 item); 1967.018.11--B (1 item) all
University Savings Bank [see Berkeley National Bank] 1908 Berkeley, CA commercial Galloway, J. (engineer)      

Container List

 

Series I.  Personal papers, 1885-1892, 1910, undated

 

A. Photographs

 

Personal Photographs, 1910, undated 1967.016.35-PIC

Physical Description: 31 items

Note

Snapshots taken mainly in Greece and San Francisco.
 

B. Sketches

Scope and Content Note

Includes sketches and sketchbook pages from both Howard and Mary Robertson Bradbury.
 

Sketches, circa 1885 1967.018.01-PIC

Physical Description: 8 items
 

Sketches, 1888 1967.018.02-AX

Physical Description: 2 items
 

24 pages of a Sketchbook, 1889 1967.018.03-AX

 

3 leaves from a Sketchbook, 1891 1967.018.04-PIC

 

8 leaves from a Sketchbook, circa 1891-1892 1967.018.05-PIC

 

Studies on squared paper, undated 1967.018.06-PIC

 

Mary Bradbury's Watercolor Sketches, ca. 1892 1967.018.07-PIC

Physical Description: 6 items
 

Saint Germain des Prés, Study of Decorations in Choir, Paris, undated 1967.018.09-C

Physical Description: 1 item
 

Sketchbook, 1884-1889 1967.017-ALB

 

Series II.  Project records, 1903-1920

Scope and Content Note

Contains various photographs of Howard projects in California, Washington State and the East Coast, including projects for Mason McDuffie, the Continental Building, the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition, and the Majestic Theater. The series also includes an album of project photographs and several miscellaneous project sketches.

Note

For additional Project Records, see Project Index, above.
 

General

 

Album of Project Photographs, undated 1967.016.01-PIC

Scope and Content Note

Album consisting of 97 photographs, many of which are cyanotype proofs. A major part of these photographs duplicate loose photographs in the rest of the collection; unique items have been indicated in the listing below.
 

Berkeley, Calif.

 

Berkeley National Bank (University Savings Bank), 1907-08. 1967.016.02-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Mason McDuffie Company: Claremont Court Entrance Gates, 1905. 1967.016.03-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

McDuffie, Duncan, Residence: garden and swimming pool, undated. 1967.016.04-PIC

Physical Description: 2 items.
Note:
See also 1967.016.9.

See also 1967.016.1, #4, 7-10.
 

Hillgard Apartments, 1912. 1967.016.05-PIC

Physical Description: 5 items.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #54-55.
 

First National Bank of Berkeley, undated. 1967.016.06-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #56-58.
 

Gregory, Warren, Residence, circa 1912. 1967.016.07-PIC

Physical Description: 2 items.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #42.
 

Howard, John Galen Residence, 1904-1906. 1967.016.08-PIC

Physical Description: 4 items. 1 item re-identified and moved to 1967.016.28-PIC
 

McDuffie, Duncan, Residence, 1909-1914. 1967.016.09-PIC

Physical Description: 9 items.
Note:
See also 1967.016.4.

See also 1967.016.1, #4, 7-10.
 

McDuffie, Duncan, Stores, 1909. 1967.016.01-PIC, #72

 

Mason McDuffie Company: Northbrae Properties, 1910-14. 1967.016.01-PIC, #26-30

 

Berkeley Public Library, 1903. 1967.016.10-AX

Physical Description: 2 items.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #76.
 

Shepard, F. L. and E., Residence, 1912. 1967.016.11-PIC

Physical Description: 2 items.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #35-37.
 

South Berkeley Bank, 1906-1908. 1967.016.01-PIC, #67

 

Sprague Residence, undated 1967.016.01-PIC, #38-39

 

Trinity Methodist Church (unbuilt), undated 1967.016.12-AX

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Boston, Mass.

 

Majestic Theater, undated. 1967.016.13-PIC

Physical Description: 13 items. 8 items oversize: 1967.016.13-B.
 

Buffalo, N.Y.

 

Pan-Pacific International Exposition: Tower of Jewels, 1901. 1967.016.14-PIC

Physical Description: 2 items. 1 item oversize: 1967.016.14-B.
Note:
Photo of model.
 

Hollister, Calif.

 

Hollister Hotel, undated 1967.016.15-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Los Angeles, Calif.

 

Union Oil Company of California, undated. 1967.016.16-PIC

Physical Description: 15 items. 1 item oversize: 1967.016.16-AX.
Note:
Many interior views.
 

New York, N.Y.

 

Essex Hotel (Kinney, Francis S.), 1900. 1967.016.17-PIC

Physical Description: 4 items. 1 photograph oversize: 1967.016.17-C.
 

Oakland, Calif.

 

Emerson School, 1912. 1967.016.18-PIC

Physical Description: 3 items.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #78-83.
 

First Congregational Church, undated. 1967.016.19-PIC

Physical Description: 14 items.
Note:
See also album in University Archives (UARC ALBUM 32).
 

Pismo Beach, Calif.

 

Proposed hotel, circa 1923. UARC ALBUM 32

 

San Francisco, Calif.

 

Grant, Adam, Building, 1908. 1967.016.20-PIC

Physical Description: 2 items.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #84.
 

Panama Pacific International Exposition: Auditorium (San Francisco Civic Auditorium), 1912-1913. 1967.016.21-PIC

Physical Description: 4 items. 1 item oversize: 1967.016.21-AX.
 

Continental Building (Grant, Joseph), 1908. 1967.016.22-PIC

Physical Description: 2 items.
 

Easton Company Building, 1907. 1967.016.01-PIC, #73

 

Spreckels, Claus: Market & Eddy (Eddy Building), 1908-1909. 1967.016.01-PIC, #71

 

Church of Christ Scientist, First, undated 1967.016.23-AX

Physical Description: 2 items.
 

Unidentified Auditorium, undated 1967.016.24-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Spreckels, Claus: Market & Fremont (Fremont Building), 1907-1908. 1967.016.01-PIC, #70

 

Italian-American Bank, undated 1967.016.25-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

LeConte School, 1924.  UARC ALBUM 32

 

Levi-Strauss Realty Company, #2, circa 1907. 1967.016.26-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #65.
 

Pierce-Arrow Building, 1912. 1967.016.27-PIC

Physical Description: 2 items.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #59-63.
 

St. Francis Wood Entrance and Gates (Mason McDuffie Company), 1912. 1967.016.28-PIC

Physical Description: 8 items.
Note:
Includes 1 item re-identified, 1967.016.08:5.

2 oversize photographs (including multi-part panorama): 1967.016.28-B.
Note:
See also 1967.016.1, #12-24.
 

Tevis Memorial, 1902. 1967.016.29-PIC

Physical Description: 3 items.
 

United States Subtreasury Building, undated 1967.016.01-PIC, #90-94

 

Seattle, Wash.

 

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, 1908. 1967.016.30-PIC

Physical Description: 9 items.
 

Susanville, Calif.

 

Susanville Grammar School, 1920. 1967.016.31-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
Note:
See also album in University Archives (UARC ALBUM 32).
 

Lassen Union High School, 1920. 1967.016.32-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
Note:
See also album in University Archives (UARC ALBUM 32).
 

Tehama County, Calif.

 

Richfield School House, 1912-1913. 1967.016.33-PIC

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Miscellaneous Materials

 

George Washington Memorial Hall Competition, undated 1967.016.01-PIC, #95-97

 

Clark, W. Campbell, Residence, Newark, NJ, 1900. 1967.016.34-PIC #1

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Central Park Shelter, New York, NY, undated 1967.016.34-PIC #2

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Princeton University Memorial Gates, Princeton, NJ, undated 1967.016.34-PIC #3

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Gates, Decorative Iron, undated 1967.016.34-PIC #4-5

Physical Description: 2 items.
 

Unidentified Exteriors, undated 1967.016.34-PIC #6-7

Physical Description: 2 items.
 

Princeton University Gymnasium, Princeton, NJ, undated 1967.016.34-PIC #8

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Unidentified fireplaces, undated 1967.016.01-PIC, #47-48

 

Unidentified building, undated 1967.016.01-PIC, #68

 

Miscellaneous Project Sketches

 

King, D. H. Jr., Residence, Jekyll Island, Georgia (Howard & Cauldwell Project) 1967.018.8-PIC

 

King, D. H. Jr., Hotel, 31 & 33 Pine St., New York, N.Y. (Howard & Cauldwell Project), undated 1967.018.8[?]-B

Physical Description: 1 item.
 

Tod, W. Stewart, Lodge (Howard & Cauldwell Project), undated 1967.018.09-C

Physical Description: 1 item.
Note:
Foldered with: St. Germain des Prés, Study of Decorations in Choir, Paris.
 

University of California, Hearst Mining Building (early sketch plan with gabled porches, quick study for lobby interior), undated 1967.018.10-B

 

University of California, Hearst Mining Building (includes chimney stack motif, hip roofs), undated 1967.018.11-B

 

Unidentified residence, undated 1967.018.12-B

Physical Description: 1 item.