The Marion Dean Ross Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH), formally reorganized under the current title in 1995, is an organization of scholars, architects, preservationists, planners, professionals in allied fields, and the interested public. The Chapter jurisdiction encompasses Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and British Columbia. The collection includes Chapter publications, scholarly papers read before the Chapter, video and digital productions, annual meeting proceedings, and announcements and newsletters.
Scope and Contents Papers of Frank John Roos, Jr. (1903-1967), professor of art (1946-1967) and head of the Art Department (1946-1948), including correspondence with publishers about the Illustrated Handbook of Art (1937) and the proposed book Approach to Art and with encyclopedia firms; manuscripts and reprints of publications relating to art, art appreciation, the history of art and architecture (particularly American and more specifically Ohio); lecture notes on art appreciation given over station OSU, Columbus, OH (1938); syllabi and lecture notes given at Ohio University (1928-1936), Ohio State University (1936-1946) and the University of Illinois (1946-1967); papers of students (1961-1966) and photographs and reproductions relating to art (color, unity, design) and art history.
Scope and Contents Personal papers of Donald F. Benson, B.S. Architecture (1951), including correspondence (1997) and a final report for the Allerton Traveling Fellowship that includes photographs (1950).
Scope and Contents Reports, contracts, and consultant information (1980-1985). Community Research Center correspondence (1978-1988). Architecture grants and contracts involving Juvenile Justice and Deliquincy Prevention Programs (1980-85). Several "Technical Assessment" reports (1980-81). Criminal Justice architecture plans (1970-84)
Scope and Contents Inspection Trip File on annual inspection trips for architecture and architectural engineering students to Chicago and other cities, including correspondence, programs, instructions, reports and lists relating to arrangements for transportation and tours, itinerary, absences, rules and regulations.
Scope and Contents Papers (1840-2000) of Etta ArntzenÂ (1925-2006) Professor of Art contain research notes, correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, photographs, photocopied photographs and architectural blueprints, and publications concerning Allerton Park history, Allerton Park flora, Allerton Park architecture and art, the Allerton family, Allerton family friends, Allerton Park employees, Allerton Hotel, and artists who stayed as guests at the park or whose artwork is displayed there.Â Etta Arntzen was a volunteer researcher at Allerton Park.
Scope and Contents Library Photographs and Research Source Materials File (1888-1949) includes photographs and drawings of libraries collected for Theodore W. Koch's A Book of Carnegie Libraries (1917) and correspondence, reports, and documents for Edward Stanford's study of library extension under the W.P.A. (1944). The series also includes American Library Association questionnaires concerning public relations programs in state and public libraries (1944), reading trends (1946), juvenile reading interests (1946) and retirement provisions in college and university libraries (1947, 1949).
Scope and Contents Plym Fellowship File, including correspondence, rules and regulations, itineraries, monthly and final reports, sketches and envois, photographs, announcements and related material concerning the Francis J. Plym Fellowships awarded to graduates winning preliminary and final competitions in architectural design.Ã?Â The series includes correspondence of the department head with Mr. Plym, the Award Committee, the President and the Dean of Engineering concerning the competition and terms of the award; rules, regulations, announcements, policy letters agreements and forms; announcements, applications and lists, preliminary and final exercise problems, reports of committee judgment and related correspondence for each annual competition and correspondence and reports of each follow.Ã?Â The letters and reports of fellows contain extensive commentaries on European architecture, travel, living conditions and customs. The series includes correspondence, announcements ... Read More
Scope and Contents Senior Theses (including narrative text, drawings, diagrams, statistical tables, maps) submitted by students of the Architecture Department concerning the design of buildings and structures such as theaters, airports, parks, recreational facilities, health care facilities, concert halls, housing, urban developments, commercial centers, museums, and schools.
Scope and Contents Personal papers, letters, and materials of William S. Posten, architect and employee of Harrison and Abramovitz, date to 1962 when he was involved in the construction of the Assembly Hall. These materials include letters from friends, sheets from calendars, a recipe, a Western Union telegram, souvenirs from hotels and restaurants, joke sheets, and correspondence regarding personal financial matters.