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Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley
230 Wurster Hall #1820
Berkeley, California 94720-1820
Phone: (510) 642-5124
Fax: (510) 642-2824
Email: designarchives@berkeley.edu
Collections with online items: 18
Physical collections: 121
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AIA/SF Records, 1907-1989

The records include Board and Executive Committee minutes for the years 1907 through 1989, membership files, photographs, and artifacts. Photographs document various chapter events and individuals. The Pacific Society of Architects was founded in May 1881 and submitted the AIA...

 
American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter: Centennial Drawing Collection

Consists of 195 individual project files, containing over 900 drawings created from the 1930s through 1976, which were collected during 1982, the centennial year of the San Francisco Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. This collection of architects' drawings...

 
American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Records, 1937, 1970-1990

The American Society of Landscape Architects Records include the years 1937 and 1970-1990 and document the organization's rich history of leadership in the landscape architecture profession. The collection offers information on the inner workings of a group of leading professionals,...

 
Applegarth (George A.) Collection, 1918-1919

The collection documents the architectural work of George A. Applegarth, with a focus on his work in Clyde, California.

 
Arbegast (Mai Kitazawa) Collection, 1933-2003, (bulk 1980-2000)

The Mai Kitazawa Arbegast Collection documents Arbegast's projects and professional activities through drawings, manuscripts, photographs, and slides. The collection is arranged in four series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Office Records, and Project Records. Personal Papers include biographical information, personal correspondence,...

 
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Bangs (E. G.) Collection, ca. 1950-1969

The collection consists primarily of black and white photographs documenting numerous Bay Area residential and commercial buildings.

 
Barth (Hermann) Collection, 1896-1917

The collection consists of architectural drawings of Bay Area commercial and medical buildings.

 
Baumann (Herman C.) Collection, 1924-1937

Herman C. Baumann (1890-1960) was a prolific architect who designed hundreds of apartment buildings, hotels, and commercial buildings. The Baumann collections consists mainly of architectural drawings of apartment buildings in San Francisco.

 
Baylis (Douglas and Maggie) Collection, 1938-1998

Contains landscape architecture drawings, photographs, clippings, correspondence, and writings documenting Baylis landscape design projects and publishing endeavors. Professional Papers contain correspondence, writings, graphics intended for publication, and material for the production of the book California Houses of Gordon Drake (Douglas...

 
Bernardi (Theodore C.) Collection, 1920-1934, 1955-1968

The Theodore C. Bernardi collection is arranged in three series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, and Project Records. The bulk of the collection consists of drawings, though some correspondence is also included. The first series, Personal Papers, contains Bernardi's student drawings,...

 
Blake Estate Collection, ca. 1922-1998

The Blake Estate Collection spans the years ca. 1922-1998 and contains records documenting its history as the private residence of Anson S. and Anita Blake and later as a teaching resource owned and managed by the University of California, Berkeley,...

 
Born (Ernest and Esther) Collection, 1924-1985

The Ernest and Esther Born Collection spans the years 1924-1985 and contains six series: Personal Papers, Professional papers, Project Records, BART, Golden Gate International Exposition, and the UC Greek theatre Reconstruction. The collection is comprised of two primary parts: Ernest...

 
Bull Henrick Collection, 1950-2009

Inventory of the Henrik Bull Collection, 1950-2009. The Bull Collection is comprised of three series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, and Project Records.

 
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Cahill (Berhard J. S.) Records, ca. 1889-1938

The Bernard J. S. Cahill collection is organized in five series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Office Records, Project Records, and the Cahill World Map Company....

 
California Association of Landscape Architects (CALA) Records, 1944-1960

The California Association of Landscape Architects (CALA) consisted of Professional Landscape Architects, students, and allied professionals living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. The collection chronicles the activities of some of the most active landscape architects in the...

 
Callister, Charles Warren collection

The Charles Warren Callister Collection spans the years 1936 to 2007, and includes files created by Callister and his numerous firms. The collection is organized into four series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Office Records, and Project Records. These records contain...

 
Cantin (A.A. and A.M.) Collection, 1933-1977

The A.A. and A.M. Cantin collection documents approximately fifty-six projects through textual records, drawings and photographs. The collection is arranged in two series: Office Records and Project Records. The office records include biographical information, notable projects, and letters of recommendation....

 
Childs (Neal T.) Collection, 1916-1935

The Neal Childs collection is comprised of records documenting the landscape architect's career. The collection is arranged in four series: Professional Records, Office Records, Project Records and Additional Donations. The first series contains a resume and project list, and correspondence...

Church (Thomas D.) Collection, 1933-1977

The Thomas D. Church collection documents over two hundred of Church's projects through textual records, drawings and photographs. The collection is arranged in four series: Office Records, Project Records, Display Boards, and Additional Donations. The office records include correspondence relating...

 
Ciampi, Mario J., 1952-1999

Mario J. Ciampi Records, 1952-1999. The collection is comprised of three series: Professional Papers (biographical material, files related to awards, travel, and Ciampi's participation in the 1959 architects creativity study conducted by U.C. Berkeley's Institute for Personality Assessment &...

 
Clowdsley (John Upton) Collection, 1914-1962

John Upton Clowdsley was an architect who worked primarily in Stockton, California from the 1920s-1950s. Records in the collection are mainly for residences in Stockton and San Joaquin County, and include drawings for the Stockton City Hall.

 
Conrich (J. L.) Collection, ca. 1930-1965

The collection consists of architectural drawings, photographs, and clippings primarily documenting Conrich's architectural projects.

 
Coxhead (Ernest) Collection, 1919-1932

The Ernest Coxhead collection consists of photographs and drawings of residences designed by Coxhead and Coxhead, photographs of the A.E.F. School of Architecture in LeMans (circa 1919), and miscellaneous clippings of images and poetry. Coxhead's personal papers, professional papers, and...

 
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Dahlstrand (Olof) Collection

Records in the Olof Dahlstrand Collection span the years 1947-1983. The collection is organized into three series: Personal Papers, Project Records, and Art and Artifacts....

 
Dailey (Gardner A.) Collection, 1923-1979

Architect Gardner A. Dailey (1895-1967) is best known for his influence on Bay Area modern residential design. The Dailey Collection consists of records, drawings, and photographs relating to Dailey's architectural career. The collection also includes files of the successor firm...

 
Davis (Sam) Collection, 1967-2006

The Sam Davis Collection is comprised of material based primarily on his professional career.

 
Day (Clinton) Collection, 1876-1891

The Clinton Day collection contains photographs and a clipping from the American Architect and Building News (a drawing by the architect). The photographs are of Berkeley buildings that have since been destroyed. This includes two residences designed by Day and...

 
deForest (Lockwood) Collection, 1920-1949

The deForest collection consists primarily of landscape drawings, arranged alphabetically by project name. The majority of these drawings relate to residential projects in Southern California, including large estates such as "Val Verde." Non-residential projects include the Santa Barbara Museum of...

 
DeMars (Vernon) Collection, 1933-2005

The Vernon DeMars Collection spans the years 1933 to 2005, and includes DeMars' personal papers, records from his private practice and professional career, and materials generated by the firms DeMars & Reay, DeMars & Wells, and DeMars & Maletic. The...

 
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Eckbo (Garrett) Collection, 1933-1996

Contains records related to the life and career of landscape architect Garrett Eckbo (1910-2000). The collection includes files created by Eckbo and the numerous firms with which he worked. Contains a wide range of materials documenting Eckbo's long, innovative and...

 
Esherick (Joseph) Collection, 1933-1985

The Joseph Esherick collection is arranged in four series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Office Records, and Project Files. Student drawings and travel sketchbooks comprise the bulk of Esherick's personal records. His professional papers include speeches and writings on topics such...

 
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Fairs and Expositions Collection, 1893-1967

The Fairs and Expositions collection consists of drawings, photographs, postcards and publications that document a variety of fairs and expositions nationwide. The collection is organized into five series: I. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, II. Panama-California Exposition, III. Golden Gate International Exposition,...

Farrand (Beatrix J.) Collection

The collection consist of personal and professional papers, records of Farrand's work as a landscape architect, and records relating to the Reef Point Library.

 
Fein (Philip) Collection, ca. 1945-1968

Contains primarily black and white photographs and negatives of architectural interior and exterior views, as well as landscapes.

 
French (Helen D. and Prentiss), 1932-1978

The French collection consists of project files and drawings arranged into four series: professional papers from both Helen and Prentiss French, projects by Helen French, projects by both Helen and Prentiss French, and projects by Prentiss French. Their projects consist...

 
Frick (Edward L.) Collection, ca. 1912-1932

The collection consists of architectural drawings.

Friedman (Howard A.) Collection

Howard A. Friedman was born in New York City in 1919. In 1949, he graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in architecture. After several years with San Francisco architecture firms, in 1953 he formed his...

 
Funk (John) Collection, 1929-1988

Architect John Funk helped make famous the second "Bay Region Style" of architecture, which combined the openness and clarity of the International Style with the regional traditions of use of local materials and a sensitivity to the landscape. The Funk...

 
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Goodman (Michael) Collection, 1920-1970 1889-1938

The collection, which encompasses the years 1920-1970, consists of records, drawings, and photographs relating to Michael Goodman's architectural and teaching careers. The collection is organized into five series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Faculty Papers, Office Records, and Project Records. It...

 
Greene (Charles S.) Collection, 1862-1956

The Charles Sumner Greene Collection contains a wide variety of materials documenting Greene's life, both personal and professional. The records, which cover nearly a century, represent almost every period of his life and work but are not complete. The collection...

 
Guthrie (Walter) Records

The records are arranged into two Series: Office Records and Project Records.The limited Office Records consist of correspondence, public relations material, and two notebooks containing notes and sketches related to individual projects. The bulk of the collection is comprised of...

 
Gutterson (Henry) Collection, 1923-1946

The Henry Gutterson collection contains original drawings, blueprints, and specifications relating to residential and church designs. Projects in the collection include the First Church of Christ, Scientist (Santa Barbara), the Berkeley High School auditorium, Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist (San...

 
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Hassid (Sami) Collection, 1932-1989, (bulk 1957-1985)

The Sami Hassid collection contains four series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Faculty Papers, and Project Records. The Personal Papers contain a detailed Personal History Documentation written by Hassid, many legal and financial papers relating to the Hassid family's immigration to...

 
Hays (William C.) Collection, 1894-1962

The collection documents the career of William C. Hays as an architect and as an educator working for the University of California.

 
Hermann (Jack) Records, 1947-1989

The Collection consists of two Series: Office Records and Project Records. The Office records contain project portfolios, files related to a proposed memorial on Alcatraz Island, scrapbooks of clippings, and correspondence. There is also material relating to the U.S. Army...

 
Hill (Henry) and Kruse (John) collection

The Hill and Kruse collection primarily consists of project files and drawings of their many projects, most of which are private residences in the Bay Area.

 
Hodgson (Henry H.) Collection, ca. 1932

The Henry H. Hodgson Collection consists of travel sketches and watercolors, and architectural drawings. The travel sketches are from various European locations, and were most likely drawn during Hodgson's eight-month sojourn to Europe and North Africa in the 1932. [The...

 
Howard & White Collection, 1908-1917

The Howard & White collection is organized in two series, Personal Papers and Project Records. The first series contains minimal personal records concerning George Howard. The collection consists primarily of drawings and correspondence which document residential projects completed by the...

 
Howard (Henry T.) Collection, 1925-1949

The Henry Temple Howard collection consists of correspondence, clippings, specifications, drawings and photographs primarily relating to Howard's military service and architectural career. The collection is organized into four series: Personal Papers, Office Records, Project Records and Additional Donations....

Howard (John G.) Collection

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...

Howard (John G.) Records at the University of California Berkeley

The John Galen Howard materials at the University of California, Berkeley represent the full range of Howard's professional work as well as his personal life. The materials also provide insight into Northern California architecture and design, in addition to architectural...

 
Howland (Joseph) Papers, 1942-2000

The Joseph Howland Papers span the years 1942-2000 and contain records relating to Howland's work as an editor of several garden design magazines, as a floricultural marketing writer, and as a teacher. Included are copies of articles written and several...

 
Hussey (Edward B.) Collection, 1915-1975

The collection documents the architectural work of Edward Hussey in Japan and Hawaii. The bulk of the collection is the Principia College project in Elsah, Illinois.

 
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Inventory of the Records of the National Peace Garden, 1985-2002

Inventory of the Records of the National Peace Garden, 1985-2002

 
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Jay (Mary R.) Collection, 1905-1945

The Mary Rutherfurd Jay collection documents Jay's career as a landscape architect, her lectures on gardens, and her involvement in the profession. Research notes and images on gardens around the world and architectural drawings form the bulk of the collection....

Jekyll (Gertrude) Collection, 1877-1931

Contains records related to the life and career of landscape architect Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) who practiced primarily in England. Documents Jekyll's collaborative relationships with architectcs, especially Edwin Lutyens, through project records. Records include correspondence, photographs, drawings, and albums.

 
Jensen (Creston H.) Collection, 1921-1929

The collection documents the architectural work of Creston H. Jensen, with a focus on his ecclesiastical projects.

 
Jones (Katherine D.) Collection, 1910-1940

The collection consists primarily of materials Jones used for her teaching and research.

 
Jory (Stafford L.) Collection, 1940-1960

The Stafford Jory Collection contains three flat files of project files and drawings, most of which are private residences in the Bay Area. Project records also include his institutional work around UC Berkeley and his decades-long association with Mountain View...

 
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Kawamoto (Casey) Records, 1952-1991

The Collection consists of four series: Professional Papers, Project Records, Projects for Client Robert M. Huff, and Additional Donations. The bulk of the collection is comprised almost entirely of project records created during Kawamoto's professional career. The files contain drawings...

 
Knight (Emerson) Collection, 1898-1965

The Emerson Knight Collection spans the years 1898 to 1965 and documents Knight's personal life, projects, and professional activities through reports and correspondence, drawings, and photographs. The collection is arranged in four series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Project Records, and...

 
Kump, Ernest J. collection

The Ernest J. Kump Collection spans the years 1928 to 1992, and includes files created by Kump and his numerous firms. The collection is organized into six series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Office Records, Project Records, University of California, Santa...

 
Kump, Ernest J., Sr. collection

The Ernest J. Kump, Sr. Collection spans the years 1914 to 1939, and includes drawings created by Kump and his firm, documenting projects from throughout his career. The collection is organized into two series, Personal Papers and Project Records, and...

 
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Lansburgh (G. Albert) Collection, 1891-1939

The collection documents Lansburgh's student work, travels, and architectural projects.

Lee (Roger) Collection, 1949-1968

The collection documents Lee's architectural projects throughout Northern California.

 
Lewis P. Hobart Collection

The collection consists of architectural drawings of commercial buildings by Lewis P. Hobart in the Bay Area.

 
Litton, Burton Collection, 1948-2005 (bulk of 1965-1998)

Collection of Burton Litton, architect, 1948-2005 (bulk of 1965-1998). The Litton collection is comprised of four series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Faculty Papers, and Project Records.

 
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Marquis, Robert B., c. 1947, 1953-1994

Robert B. Marquis Collection, c. 1947, 1953-1994. The collection is comprised of four series: Personal Papers (student drawings, CV, negatives of personal photographs), Professional Papers (transcripts and outlines for lectures, related correspondence and clippings), Office Records (correspondence, public relations material,...

Maybeck (Bernard) Collection, 1897-1956 (bulk 1902-1939)

Contains records relating to all aspects of architect Bernard Maybeck's 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...

Maybeck (Bernard) Records at the University of California Berkeley

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...

 
McCarthy (Francis J.) Collection, 1935-1971

The collection documents the architectural work of McCarthy with a focus on the libraries that he designed.

 
Merchant (William G. ) / Gerson (Hans U.) Collection, 1897-1993

This collection, which spans the years 1897-1993 (bulk 1930-1967), consists of records, drawings, specifications and photographs relating to the architectural careers of William G. Merchant and Hans U. Gerson. It contains primarily records of the architectural firms William G. Merchant,...

 
Merchant (William G.) Collection, 1934-1941

The William G. Merchant papers span the years 1934-1941 and are arranged into four series: Personal Papers, Golden Gate International Exposition, Project Records, and Additional Donations. The collection contains correspondence, reports, drawings, financial records, articles, blueprints and meeting minutes. The...

 
Meyer (Frederick H.) Collection, 1904-1962

The collection documents the architectural work of Frederick H. Meyer, completed in a number of partnerships. It contains records of a wide range of building types throughout California.

Meyers (Henry H.) Collection, 1901-1942

The collection documents Meyers' architectural work as an independent practitioner, in a number of partnerships, and as Alameda County Architect. The collection also includes records of the architectural work of Mildred Meyers.

 
Milono (Germano) Collection, 1918-1978

The collection, which spans the years 1930-1978 (bulk 1954-1968), consists of records, drawings, photographs, and papers relating to the architectural career of Germano Milono. Working mostly in California and Nevada, Germano Milono and Associates took on educational, civic, commercial, medical,...

Morgan (Julia) Collection, 1893-1980

The collection documents Julia Morgan's architectural education and career.

Morgan (Julia) Records at the University of California Berkeley

The Julia Morgan materials at the University of California, Berkeley represent the papers and records of one of the earliest female architects in the United States. The materials serve as a window into California architecture and design in the early...

Morgan (Julia)/Forney Collection, 1907-1931

The collection documents Julia Morgan's early architectural career.

 
Morrow (Irving F. and Gertrude C.) Collection, 1914-1958

The collection primarily documents the professional activities and architectural projects of Gertrude Comfort Morrow and Irving F. Morrow, including projects created by the firms of Morrow & Garren and Morrow & Morrow.

 
Moïse (Howard) Collection, 1911-1964

The collection spans the years 1911-1964 and documents Moïse's architectural and teaching careers and his personal travels. The records include correspondence, photographs, slides, news clippings, class notes, sketches, and architectural drawings.

 
Mullgardt (Louis C.) Collection, 1907-1927

The collection documents a small number of commercial and residential projects.

 
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Nisbet, Earl collection

A native Californian, Nisbet joined the army after high school and served in WW II. Upon return to civilian life, he enrolled in an architecture and engineering college in San Francisco, where he was inspired by the designs of Frank...

 
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Olmsted Brothers Collection, n.d., 1913-1916

The collection consists of records created by the Olmsted Brothers firm, as well as materials relating to Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr.

 
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Polk (Benjamin) Collection, 1938-1993

The Benjamin Polk collection spans the years 1938-1993 and is comprised of his scrapbooks. The collection contains photographs, correspondence, Polk's writings, and news clippings, primarily about Polk's projects. The scrapbooks also include some personal papers, such as biographical information, correspondence,...

 
Polk (Willis) Collection, 1890-1937

The Willis Polk collection documents Polk's architectural career, his involvement in the profession, and his interest in the civic improvement of San Francisco. Architectural drawings form the bulk of the collection, though some textual records exist. The collection is arranged...

 
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Raiguel (William O.) Collection, 1905-1932

The William Otis Raiguel papers span the years 1905-1932 and include correspondence, contractual agreements, travel diaries, and an insurance application. The correspondence, dated from 1909-1920, is between Raiguel and John Galen Howard, and documents some of their financial arrangements. The...

 
Ream (James) Records, 1965-1997

This collection, which spans the years 1965-1997, consists of drawings, photographs, slides, professional papers, articles, press releases, and tear sheets relating to the architectural career of James Ream. It includes work that he did when he was with the firm...

 
Reay (Donald and Sylvia) Collection

The Donald and Sylvia Reay Collection spans the years 1938 to 1999, and includes the Reays' personal papers, records from private practice and professional careers, and materials generated by the firms DeMars & Reay, Reay Associates, and Reay-Tsuruta Associates. The...

 
Ribera (Alan E.) Collection, 1964-1974

The collection documents Ribera's work in parks and recreational planning.

 
Robbins (Jack) Collection, 1955-2007

The Robbins Collection contains drawings, personal papers, awards submission binders, completed project photographs, slides, newspaper clippings, correspondence, notes, contracts specifications, and preliminary sketches from Robbins career, spanning 1955 to 2007. The records come from Robbins work as the Director of...

 
Rockrise (George T.) Collection, 1935-1991

The George T. Rockrise collection contains some personal documents, such as letters sent to family during Rockrise's years as a Fulbright Scholar in Italy, holiday cards and travel sketches, but is mostly comprised of professional papers, office records and project...

Royston (Robert N.) Collection, 1941-1990

Contains records related to the life and career of landscape architect Robert N. Royston. The vast majority of this collection documents the projects of Royston's various firms, with a much smaller representation of Royston's work outside the firm in the...

 
Runge (Chris W.) Collection, ca. 1933, 1960s

The collection contains architectural drawings that include student work by Runge as well as projects completed by the firm Ashley, Keyser & Runge.

 
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Schastey (George A.) Collection, 1921-1933

The collection contains architectural drawings relating to the Lauriston Estate in Portola Valley, California.

 
Scott, (Geraldine Knight) Collection, 1914-1988

The Geraldine Knight Scott Collection documents Scott's architectural projects and professional activities through drawings, manuscripts and photographs. The collection includes biographical information written by Scott, education records, travel journals from several journeys to Europe, teaching records, correspondence relating to professional...

 
Shepherd (Harry W.) Collection, 1923-1960

The collection principally documents Shepherd's work as a horticulturist, instructor, and landscape architect.

 
Simpson (Horace G.) Collection, 1907-1917

The collection is comprised of consists of photographs and drawings relating to Simpson's education and to competition entries by the firm Wood & Simpson.

St. Francis Wood Virtual Collection

Located in the southwestern corner of San Francisco, St. Francis Wood is a prime example of the "Garden City" ideals of neighborhood planning popular at the turn of the 20th century. The St. Francis Wood Virtual collection contains digital images...

 
Stafford, Jack, 1960-1997

Records of Jack Stafford, consisting of two series: Professional Papers, and Project Records.

 
Steilberg (Walter T.) Collection, 1910-1974

The Walter Steilberg Collection spans the years 1910-1973 and documents Steilberg's engineering and architectural careers, as well as his own research into building materials and the structural effects of earthquakes. The collection is organized into five series: Personal Papers, Professional...

 
Stoller (Claude) Collection, 1957-1996

The Claude Stoller Collection is comprised of two boxes of material that primarily represent his career as a Faculty member at UC Berkeley. The bulk of the collection consists of course materials and student work from 1957-1991. Also included in...

 
Stump (Harold) Papers, 1922-1997

Harold Stump (1905-1996) taught architecture at the University of California, Berkeley from 1939-1972. Stump traveled extensively through Asia, Africa, and Europe and photographed architectural monuments, ancient and modern. The Stump papers consist of correspondence, research files, writings, faculty administrative documents,...

 
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Tantau (Clarence A.) Collection, 1921-1939

The collection primarily consists of architectural drawings for Northern California residences.

 
Tetlow (Robert) Collection, 1949-1987

The Robert Tetlow Collection spans the years 1928-1987 (bulk 1953-1985) and concentrates mainly on Tetlow's work as a landscape architect, an author, and professor. The collection includes textural documentation, photographs, and drawings that have been organized into four series: Personal...

 
Thiene (Paul) Collection, ca. 1909-1951

Consists primarily of visual materials documenting Thiene's work as a landscape architect. Photographs form the bulk of the collection and include images of completed projects and works in progress.

 
Trudgett (R. Dudley) Collection, 1932-1985

The R. Dudley Trudgett Collection is organized into four series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Office Records, and Project Files. The Personal Papers comprise the bulk of the collection containing student and personal drawings and other artworks created during his attendance...

Turnbull (William Jr.)/MLTW Collection, 1959-1997

The collection consists of records of architect William Turnbull Jr. and the Moore, Lyndon, Turnbull, and Whitaker architectural firm. The majority of the collection documents William Turnbull Jr./MLTW projects between 1958-1997. The Sea Ranch development, commissioned by Oceanic Properties, is...

 
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Van Rensselaer (Maunsell) Collection, 1920-1970

The collection, which spans from 1920 to 1970 (bulk 1920-1945), consists of records, photographs, and publications relating primarily to Maunsell Van Rensselaer's horticultural career. The collection comprehensively documents his research for the Famous Trees of California project, as well as...

 
Vaughan (H. Leland and Adele W.) Collection, 1931-1956

The H. Leland and Adele W. Vaughan Collection spans the years 1931 - 1955 and contains records relating to the couple's professional partnership as landscape architects. Included are project files, drawings, and photographs. The collection is useful for researching the...

 
Vedensky (Dmitri) Collection, 1948-1996

The Dmitri Vedensky Collection contains mainly projects completed by Vedensky as a sole practitioner. Office records include photographs and reduced scale drawings that were most likely created and collected to promote the firm. They record not only the buildings themselves,...

 
Veverka, Gerald J. collection

This collection documents six residential projects designed by Veverka, during the time he worked with architect Henry Hill (Farm West III residence) as well as during the time he ran his own independent architecture practice in San Francisco. Materials date...

 
Vignolo, Richard A. 1948-2003

Richard A. Vignolo Collection, 1948-2003 (bulk 1973-2000).

 
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Weihe, Frick & Kruse Collection, 1917-1976

The collection documents the architectural projects of Arthur Brown, Jr., Bakewell & Weihe, Weihe, Frick & Kruse, and William B. Fox.

 
Wellington (Winfield S.) Collection, 1931-1968

This collection documents the design and architectural work of Winfield Scott Wellington.

 
Wellington (Winfield Scott) Collection, 1931-1968

The Winfield Scott Wellington collection consists of project photographs and drawings, spanning the years 1930-1971. The majority of the drawings and photographs reflect Wellington's interest in residential design. The collection also includes drawings relating to exhibit designs for Fine...

 
Wickenden (JamesD.) Collection, 1915-1937

The collection consists of architectural drawings relating to both student and professional projects.

 
Williams (Alfred C.) Records, 1926-1991, (bulk 1926-1948)

This collection, which spans the years 1926-1991 (bulk 1926-1948), consists of publications, drawings, photographs, and a smattering of correspondence relating to the architectural career of Alfred C. Williams. It includes a fair sampling of his student work, his travel sketchbooks,...

 
Worcester (Joseph) Collection, 1899-1906

The collection consists of 14 scrapbooks containing architectural clippings, primarily relating to New England architecture.

Wurster (William W.)/Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons Collection, 1922-1974

Contains records related to the life and career of architect William Wilson Wurster (1895-1973) and the architectural firm Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons. Documents Wurster's collaborative relationships and professional friendships as well as Wurster and WBE projects. Records include correspondence, reports,...

 
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Yelland (William R.) Collection, ca. 1917-1956

The William Raymond Yelland collection consists primarily of project records, arranged alphabetically by project. These include specifications, drawings, correspondence, notes, and a clipping. Drawings, which form the bulk of the collection, largely relate to residential work, although some commercial and...