The Bernard Maybeck materials at the University of California, Berkeley encompass all aspects of his life. The contents include
personal papers, correspondence, office files, project files, drawings, and photographs. The records describe the unique vision
of Maybeck's designs, including his use of unusual materials and color schemes. The materials are useful for researching the
Bay Regional style, the use of industrial materials in architecture, the use of cement and other earthquake and fire resistant
materials, and the planning of campuses or town spaces. There are no records from his work as an instructor for the University
of California or his involvement with the establishment of the Department of Architecture.
Bernard Maybeck (1862-1957)
35 boxes, 5 flat boxes, 1 card file box, 2 oversize volumes, 35.5 flat file drawers, 227 tubes, 8 large framed drawings, table,
carved panel, plaster ornament (ca. 351.1 linear feet)
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