The collection, which spans the years 1884-1931 (bulk 1891-1927), consists of records, drawings, and photographs relating
to John Galen Howard's architectural career. The collection comprehensively documents the buildings for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exhibition in Seattle, Washington. It also shows Howard's architectural influence on the University of California, Berkeley
campus beginning with the Phoebe Hearst Competition and continuing through his 22 years as Supervising Architect. This collection
contains no records pertaining to his work as a Professor or as the Director of the School of Architecture. The collection
is organized into seven series: Personal papers, Professional papers, Office records, Project records, University of California,
Berkeley records, Art and Artifacts, and Additional Donations.
All requests for permission to publish, reproduce, or quote from materials in the collection should be discussed with the