University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection includes blueprints of numerous Wyoming buildings (1899-1965); architectural drawings; negatives; black and white photographs; 20 pieces of correspondence; biographical material; lists of buildings designed by Porter and his associates; scrapbooks related to his architectural projects; newspaper clippings; subject files; awards and certificates; and miscellaneous other materials
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The photographs, primarily of mid-twentieth century Los Angeles area domestic architecture, were taken by C. Gregory Walsh while he was a student at the USC School of Architecture. Many of the photographs show buildings of recent construction, as evidenced by minimal landscaping and the lack of surrounding homes. Architects represented include Richard Neutra, John Lautner, A. Quincy Jones, Craig Ellwood, Gregory Ain, and Lloyd Wright. There are photographs of the Jones and Whitney R. Smith designed houses in the Crestwood Hills community. Also included are photographs of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings that Walsh took on a trip to the Chicago area and Wisconsin
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The construction of Gustave Eiffel's tower on the Champ-de-Mars in Paris, France was completed for the Exposition Universelle of 1889; these photographs show the early stages of its construction from February 1887 until August of 1888: from excavation to the first level
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The life and architectural works of C.R. Cockerell, largely based on Cockerell's unpublished diaries. This was a doctoral thesis for the Courtauld Inst. of Art, London, submitted to Nikolaus Pevsner
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Designs for a mercantile establishment in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, one in a Greek Revival style, the other Italianate
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Thomas S. Hines interviews John Gill, the great nephew of architect Irving Gill
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Images reflect excavations carried out under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Among the sites represented are the Athenian Agora and surrounding areas (e.g., the Pnyx), as well as 75 photographs of Bassae, Epidauros, Nemea, Oeniadae, Philious, and Zygouries. In addition to site views, the photographs depict architecture and architectural details, sculpture, and pottery (much of it fragmentary). There are also copy prints of plates 1-30 from the 1927 publication, The Erechtheum, measured, drawn and restored
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The collection comprises almost 1,000 photographic prints from the oeuvre of the Brazilian photographer Marc Ferrez, whose work encompassed a photographic vision of imperial and early modern Brazil, as well as approximately 775 photographic prints by photographers active in Brazil from 1860 to 1940 collected by Gilberto Ferrez, the grandson of Marc Ferrez
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Documentation for the project, planned for Port de Pierre (France), includes drawings, explanations, notes, costs and specifications