The collection covers the period of Church's campus landscaping and includes correspondence, reports, photographs, and landscaping
plans for building projects of the 1960s as well as for the General Campus Improvement Plan being developed concurrently.
Thomas Church was chief landscape architect for the Berkeley Campus from September 1961 through June 1969. Church was known
for his 'user-oriented' landscaping; in addition to his Berkeley and extensive private work he also did work for the UC Santa
Cruz campus and for Stanford University.
1 box, 24 oversize folders
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