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  • Architectural plans for California homes and buildings [technical drawing] /
    Contributor Bertz Winter and Maury Abstract Includes designs for an adobe rancho sketches of various homes and other projects designs for remodeling and some items related to Golden Gate International Exposition One item is by Charles F Maury Date ca 1930 ca 1939 issued Subject n us ca Golden Gate International Exposition 1939 1940 San Francisco Calif Pictorial works Exhibitions California San Francisco Pictorial works Architecture Domestic California Pictorial works

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  • Max and Rita Lawrence Architectural Pottery Records, ca. 1950-1994
    was married to Max Lawrence a New Yorker she met after he moved to Los Angeles following his graduation from City College of New York in 1950 they began the firm Architectural Pottery to produce and market the pottery container designs of students of LaGardo Tackett professor at California School of Art began issuing catalogs in September 1950 featuring products for the new modern postwar styles of architecture using new design materials such as fiberglass the firm had three locations in Los Angeles subdivisions subsequently added included Architectural Fiberglass 1961 Pro Artisan 1966 Arcon 1971 Architectural Ceramic Surfaces 1972 and Graphic structures probably 1972 in 1971 the company name was changed to Group Artec the company produced varied products such as office furniture public seating tile kiosks modern dinner ware and building directories signage In 1972 when architect A Quincy Jones responded to a query from the Los Angeles Times for a statement about Architectural Pottery he may also have encapsulated the essence of the manufacturing business established by Rita and Max Lawrence in 1950 as well as the thrust of those times in terms of design influence In 1950 Los Angeles thrived in a climate of exuberance and what seems now to have been a boundless wellspring of creative energy that spawned a number of new design firms and manufacturers whose products influenced design attitudes internationally within the decade Echoes of that time resound with renewed vibrations today in the questioning minds of researchers who seek to know how it all happened By Rita Lawrence Extent 5 5 linear ft 11 boxes and 3 oversize boxes Restrictions Copyright to portions of this collection has been assigned to the UCLA Library Special Collections The library can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright All requests

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  • An architectural practice in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1938-1996 : oral history transcript / 1996.
    San Francisco Bay Area and the San Francisco chapter of the American Institute of Architects his thoughts on the work of William Wurster and Bernard Maybeck the Forties the Fifties and the Sixties teaching at the Dept of Architecture University of California Berkeley the firm of Esherick Homsey Dodge and Davis and his philosophy of architecture Date 1996 issued Subject n us ca Esherick Wharton Wurster William Wilson Maybeck Bernard R American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter University of California Berkeley Department of Architecture Esherick Homsey Dodge and Davis Architects California Los Angeles Architecture California Note Joseph Esherick introductions by William Turnbull Jr et al interviews conducted by Suzanne B Riess in 1994 1996 Regional Oral History Office the Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Audio tape recording of the interview also available Classified as Phonotape 2894 C Also available online Duplicate transcript Dept of Special Collections University of California Los Angeles Library This manuscript is made available for research purposes only All publication rights are reserved to The Bancroft Library of the University of California Berkeley Requests for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California

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  • Architectural Resources Group, Leland Stanford Junior Museum Paint Analysis
    Stanford University University Archives View entire collection guide PDF 54 21 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description This report commissioned by the Stanford Planning Office documents the original interior paint colors used in the Museum Included in the report are photographs and colored sketches Background The Stanford Museum was built in memory of Leland Stanford Jr son of Leland and Jane Stanford It was one of the first structures in the United States to be built completely of reinforced concrete engineered by Ernest Ransome Construction was begun in 1891 the Museum opened its doors in 1894 Extent 0 02 Linear feet 1 folder Restrictions All requests to reproduce publish quote from or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections and University Archives Stanford University Libraries Stanford California 94304 6064 Consent is given on behalf of Special Collections 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 heir s or assigns See http library stanford edu depts spc pubserv permissions html Availability This

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  • Architectural views of San Francisco [graphic]
    PIC No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Architectural views of San Francisco Creator Contributor Taber Stanford Firm Abstract Includes views of the St Xavier Apartments Pacific Heights the Banca Italiana the Alfred Lilienfeld Co building I Magnin Co Jos Fredericks and Company Hotel Brillant and other businesses Date ca 1911 issued Subject n us ca Architecture California San Francisco Photographs Business enterprises California San Francisco Photographs San Francisco Calif Buildings structures etc Pictorial works Note Title supplied by cataloger Various photographers including Taber Stanford Captioned in negative RESTRICTED ORIGINAL GLASS NEGATIVES USE VIEWING PRINTS ONLY Use of negatives only by permission of the appropriate curator Inquiries concerning these materials should be directed in writing to the Curator of Pictorial Collections The Bancroft Library ORIGINAL GLASS NEGATIVES STORED OFF SITE Advance notice required for use List of contents available Type graphic Physical Description graphic photonegative 12 negatives glass b w Language English Identifier BANC PIC 1984 013 PIC NEG Box 1 BANC PIC 1984 013 PIC NEG Box 2 BANC PIC 1984 013 PIC BANC PIC 1984 013 PIC Origin California Copyright Note RESTRICTED ORIGINAL GLASS NEGATIVES USE VIEWING PRINTS ONLY Use of negatives only

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  • Architectural views of the San Francisco Bay Area [graphic]
    Architectural views showing interiors and exteriors architectural models furniture etc Date 1950 1958 issued Subject n us ca Architecture California San Francisco Bay Area Photographs Interiors California San Francisco Bay Area Architectural models California San Francisco Bay Area Photographs San Francisco Bay Area Calif Buildings structures etc Pictorial works Note Title supplied by cataloger Photographed by Philip Fein Related colection Fein Philip Photographs of buildings in the San Francisco Bay

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  • Finding Aid for the Architecture and Urban Planning Collection, 1965-1976
    Table of contents Description Collection contains newspaper clippings relating to architecture and urban affairs including smog control freeways and public transit Also contains reports of the Community Analysis Bureau of Los Angeles Extent 16 boxes 8 0 linear ft Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library Special Collections Literary rights including copyright are retained by the creators and their heirs It is the responsibility of

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  • Finding Aid for the Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Development Office. Correspondence: scholarships, endowments, and other funds. 1966-1988.
    1966 1988 University Archives Record Series 424 No online items Request items Contact UCLA Library Special Collections University Archives View entire collection guide PDF 54 97 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Record Series 424 contains correspondence relating to scholarships endowments and other funds of the UCLA Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning Development Office from 1966 to 1988 Background The Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning was established in 1966 offering a graduate degree in Urban Design The two year program admitted 15 students in its first year and students graduated with a Master of Architecture Urban Design In 1968 the University approved the school s graduate degree program in Architecture Extent 0 8 linear ft 2 boxes Restrictions Copyright of portions of this collection is held by The Regents of the University of California The UCLA University Archives can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright All requests for permission to publish or quote must be submitted in writing to the UCLA University Archivist Availability COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE AT SRLF Open for research Advance notice required for access Contact the

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