Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
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
Identifier: AC 045
Scope and Content Collection consists of one undated notebook of pencil drawings attributed to a Coeur d'Alene Indian depicting people and Catholic symbols; one photostat copy of the notebook; and one 1908 letter to Edgar Hewett from Mrs. C. K. Smith, who donated the notebook to the U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. According to Mrs. Smith, the notebook was given to her husband in 1897 by a Coeur d'Alene (or Skitswish) Indian named "Bazil," who was an associate of Father De Smet. De Smet established several Catholic...
Identifier: SWA Cornerstones Community Partnerships Drawings
Abstract The Cornerstones Community Partnerships Drawings and Plans Collection contains architectural drawings and plans for historic restoration, additions and new construction of adobe structures located in New Mexico and Texas. These structures include churches, missions, libraries, kivas, bath houses, museums, city hall buildings, school houses, mortuaries and residential buildings.
Dates: 1938-2008; Majority of material found within 1990-2006
Abstract The Craig Campbell Landscape Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains landscape architectural drawings and plans for commercial, government, and historical sites in New Mexico.
Abstract Photographs of Hispanic and Indian peoples, landscapes, and cultural life of New Mexico from the 1920s to approximately 1945.
Identifier: SWA-Spencer Vorhees-Drawings
Abstract The Spencer Vorhees Architectural Drawings and Plans Collection includes architectural drawings and plans for two residences in Roswell, New Mexico (1937-1939), and Trinidad State Jr. College in Trinidad, Colorado.
Abstract The collection primarily contains correspondence, illustrated letters, projects, and publications about Jensen's work.
Dates: 1916-2019; Majority of material found within 1972-2010
Abstract The George S. Wright Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains architectural drawings and plans of residential, commercial and educational buildings, designed by George S. Wright and by the firm George S. Wright and Associates between 1949-1973. Most buildings are located in New Mexico.
Identifier: AC 196-P
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.
Identifier: AC 370
Scope and Content The Collection includes nineteen original drawings of the guards at the Japanese American Internment Camp in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and of a prisoner of war camp in Seagoville, Texas done by Harold (Hal) E. West (1902-1968). There is a book entitled "A Local Santa Fe Bystander's View of the War Years and of the Japanese Internment Camp, 1941-1945" catalogued separately. Collection contains original drawings, copy of the book, and photographs, correspondence, and articles on Hal West and Jerry...
Dates: 1941-2002; 1941-1999; 1941-2002
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 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 Photograph collection consists of pictures of the Stinson and Otero families and pictures related to aviation and to World Wars I and II.
Identifier: AC 423
Scope and Content The collection consists of eleven pen-and-ink drawings depicting military life as seen through the eyes of volunteer soldier Lachlan Allan MacLean. These drawings are unique in that they are a visual narrative of one of the notable and colorful facets of the Mexican War (1846-1848). The drawings include an informal portrait of Private John W.H. Patton after battle; the head of a black tailed deer; a wayside grave with a cross; a carreta (cart); Mexicans carrying water in a large wooden bucket;...
Abstract The Hesselden Architectural Drawings and Plans Collection contains architectural drawings and plans for new construction, additions, renovations and interior architecture located in Albuquerque, Grants, Los Lunas, Tyrone, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Belen, Canoncito, Taos, and Corrales, New Mexico, as well as one project in Princeton, New Jersey and another in Window Rock, Arizona. These structures include: schools, churches, single-family residences, apartments, town developments, public service...
Identifier: SWA Wool Warehouse Remodeling Drawings
Abstract This collection is composed of twenty eight architectural drawings/sketches that detail plans to convert the historic Wool Warehouse in Albuquerque, New Mexico to a theater and restaurant.
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...
Abstract The Philippe Register Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains architectural drawings and plans for residences, and commercial, private, and government buildings in New Mexico during 1956-1992.
Abstract The Luna Ross Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains architectural drawings and plans of residential, commercial, and educational buildings, designed by architects Ted Luna and Terence Ross between 1958 and 1981. The buildings are located in New Mexico, Wisconsin, Idaho, Colorado, and Michigan.
Identifier: AC 224
Scope and Content The Theron Marquis Trombeau papers include manuscripts, publications, correspondence and journals written between 1927 and 1979. Trombeau wrote extensively about southern New Mexico. He also wrote fiction, poetry, newspaper columns and essays. Some of his works explore homosexuality.
Abstract Students who earn their MFA in Studio Art, often have a final project that is not a written thesis, but rather an exhibition, project, or creative work. These students are required to produce a physical product for deposit in the University Libraries.