Architecture--Designs and plans
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains construction and working drawings from projects created by Arthur Dekker from 1959 to 1970. These projects mainly document buildings constructed in the State of New Mexico, many of which were located in Albuquerque. Many of these structures were located along historic Route 66 and the surrounding area.
Abstract Architectural drawings and plans of residences and commercial buildings located in Albuquerque, New Mexico and other New Mexico cities, from 1925-1961. Also included are drawings and plans by other architects and firms.
Abstract This collection consists of Beula Fleming's architectural job files, which relate to her building design activities. The files include contracts, specifications, and drawings of dwellings in New Mexico. Also included are records related to her professional schooling and some tax license receipts.
Abstract The Brittelle, Ginner and Associates Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains architectural drawings and plans, primarily of public buildings in Albuquerque and twelve other New Mexico cities. Drawings of residences and furniture are also in the collection.
Abstract The Channell Graham Drawings and Plans Collection contains 80 sets of architectural drawings and plans, designed by architect Channell Graham and the firm of Pacheco and Graham during the 1960s-1970s. The plans consist of public, educational; religious and commercial buildings; residences; state parks; and pueblo and mission historical restorations in New Mexico, Colorado and South Dakota.
Dates: 1920-1983; Majority of material found within 1960-1983
Abstract The Channell Graham Job Files contains thirteen boxes of client correspondence and job files for projects including commercial, private, and public institutions; state parks; churches; and historical restoration of pueblos and missions. Most projects in this collection are located in New Mexico.
Abstract The C.R. Carr Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains 32 sets of architectural drawings and plans, designed by architect C.R. Carr and the firms, C.R. Carr & Co., and Carr & Gardner. The plans consist of public buildings and residences primarily from the Roswell, New Mexico area.
Abstract The Dale L. Crawford Drawings and Plans consists of six drawers of drawings and plans from his firm Dale Crawford and Associates Architects
Abstract The G. Stanton Mason Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains architectural drawings and plans, primarily of public buildings in Albuquerque and various other New Mexico and Colorado cities.
Abstract This collection contains George Clayton Pearl’s oversized drawings and artwork along with various personal and business records. The business files contain project information from his professional projects with SMPC Architects along with projects he undertook on his own. These projects deal mainly with historic preservation issues in New Mexico along with new projects he took on after retirement from SMPC Architects. Also included are personal correspondence materials, sketch books, paintings,...
Abstract This collection contains George Clayton Pearl’s personal and business records. The business files contain project information from his professional projects with SMPC Architects along with projects he undertook on his own. These projects deal mainly with historic preservation issues in New Mexico along with new projects he took on after retirement from SMPC Architects. Also included are personal correspondence materials, personal items, sketch books and photographs.
Dates: 1890-2003; Majority of material found within , 1950-2003
Abstract The Hal Dean Drawings and Plans collection includes drawings and plans primarily for “public use" buildings, which were a specialty of the firms Dean, Hunt, and Associates; and Dean, Kruger and Associates. These structures include libraries, university and secondary schools, health care facilities, office buildings and community centers in addition to many commercial structures.
Abstract The Hal Dean Job Files consist of client correspondence and job files, primarily for “public use" buildings including libraries, university and secondary schools, health care facilities, office buildings and community centers in addition to many commercial structures. Primarily included are projects relating to city, state and county public buildings; parks and recreational facilities; historical restorations; public housing projects; private residences; commercial and industrial projects; and...
Abstract The Harvey S Hoshour Architectural Drawings and Plans collection consists of sets of drawings and plans for buildings designed by Harvey S. Hoshour, Design & Construction, New York (1961-1962); Harvey S. Hoshour, Architect AIA, Albuquerque (1962-I982) and Hoshour & Pearson Architects, Albuquerque (1982-1988).
Abstract Job files, presentation boards, shop drawings, proposals, correspondence, and bibliographic information for Albuquerque architect Harvey Hoshour.
Abstract The Holien and Buckley Architectural Drawings, Plans and Rendering collection consists of drawings and plans and color renderings by Edward Holien and William R. Buckley for public buildings and private residences primarily in New Mexico.
Dates: 1952-1989; Majority of material found within 1960-1973
Abstract The Rapp, Rapp and Hendrickson Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains architectural drawings and plans for buildings located in Trinidad, Colorado; and Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Roswell, New Mexico.
Identifier: SWA JGM Drawings CSWR Microfilm NA737 M438 J64
Abstract The John Gaw Meem Drawings and Plans consist of architectural drawings, including floor plans, elevations, preliminary sketches, site surveys, details, and perspectives. Designs for residences, churches, school buildings, and commercial structures are included, many of them fashioned in the Pueblo Revival and Territorial Styles that are popular in the Southwest.
Abstract The John W. McHugh Architectural Drawings and Plans Collection includes architectural drawings, plans and perspectives by John McHugh and several architects he was associated with, such as Van Dorn Hooker and Bradley P. Kidder. It includes multiple custom residences, commercial offices, recreational spaces, university facilities, and religious buildings in New Mexico and Arizona. Notable projects include the Soccoro Theater and Conference Center, the churches for San Ildefonso and Santa Clara...
Abstract The Burwinkle Architectural Drawings and Plans Collection contains architectural drawings and plans for new construction, additions, renovations and interior architecture for: Joe B. Burwinkle, Raymond S. Springman, William S, McMahon, Richard Milner, E.H. Norris & Co. and Frank M. Hartman. The projects are located in cities across New Mexico and include schools, churches, commercial stores, service stations, single and multi-family residences, a synagogue, theaters, offices, laundry...
Abstract The Kruger, Lake, and Henderson (KLH) Architectural Drawings and Plans Collection includes drawings for over 400 sites in New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Louisiana, and Texas.
Abstract The collection consists of Sagebrush Construction Company's client job files. Nat Kaplan was president of the firm.
Identifier: SWA-Kaplan Drawings
Abstract Architectural drawings of designer/builder, Nat Kaplan. Primarily contains plans for adobe residences in New Mexico.
Abstract The New Mexico Sanatoriums Architectural Drawings and Plans Collection contains architectural drawings for Sunmount Sanatorium (Santa Fe, NM), Southwestern Presbyterian Sanatorium (Albuquerque, NM), and Albuquerque Sanatorium, 1914-1932.
Scope and Content The Paul Graham McHenry drawings illustrate the construction, restoration and preservation of adobe and earthen buildings. Throughout these drawings, conservation and concern for the environment is a consistent theme. For example, solar panels and alternative building materials are utilized throughout. The collection consists of oversized drawings of buildings, engineering notes and topographical maps, ranging from residences to storefronts. This collection is organized...