Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Reports (1834-1835, 1837-1838) and comparative figures (1832-1838) submitted to Tsar Nicholas I by Tolʹ in his capacity as head of the Imperial Russian Dept. of Transportation and Public Buildings (Glavnoe upravlenie puteĭ soobshchenii︠a︡ i publichnykh zdaniĭ); together with facsimile of the first part of the ms. edition of a French-language textbook entitled Hydrographie de l'Empire de Russie (1933). Topics include navigation, road and bridge construction, the erection of public buildings, and the transportation department's finances and staffing
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Eighty-two black and white photographic prints, part of the records of the Chamber of Commerce of Sandusky County (founded 1946) and its predecessor organization Fremont Chamber of Commerce, Fremont, Ohio, taken by several local commercial photographers, focusing chiefly on the city of Fremont, the county seat and largest city within Sandusky County -- Includes ca. 20 aerial views depicting potential sites for industrial parks, the downtown business district, businesses and industries, Sandusky River, residential areas, and highways. Also contains individual photographs of Fremont businesses, industries, parks, churches, public buildings, and municipal services
New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Series consists of original handwritten Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors, Kings County for the years 1878-1895, with gaps. They contain discussions on issues regarding Kings County and all its towns
New Haven Colony Historical Society Library
Correspondence, notes, bulletins, personnel records, bills, receipts, clippings, and other records; papers of Wayland Williams, administrator of the project in Connecticut; materials relating to the creation of murals and artwork at Bridgeport, Conn., post office, New Haven Public Library, and other buildings in Fairfield, Meriden, New Canaan, Norwalk, Westport, and other towns in the New Haven area; and newspaper clippings relating to WPA art projects. Includes history of the Federal Art Project; information pertaining to a proposed 50th anniversary program (1980); and materials relating to the Battle of Santiago mural, painted by Salvatore DeMaio and others, at U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. Correspondents include Theodore Sizer and Forbes Watson, of the Federal Art Project and WPA
Thomas Balch Library
The collection records Hanno Weber & Associates work as architect, designer, and construction project manager of the Town of Leesburg Municipal Government Center. Included are documents such as correspondence, contracts, invoices, and reports; architectural drawings and sketches; photographs; and material samples. The collection documents all phases of Hanno Weber & Associates work on the project including the initial design and contest submission; project management and programming; relationships with the Town of Leesburg, subcontractors and consultants; the bidding process; construction itself; dedication of the facility; and HWA’s promotion of its work. Whenever possible, materials have been arranged in the order outlined in HWA’s Project Index (See M 0124, Box 1, Folder 7) as follows: Project Management and Programming; Client Records; Agencies Records; Consultant Records; Bidding; Contractors Records; Contract Accounting; and Construction Administration. Materials relating to ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Drawings, blueprints, and other papers (1956-1957), relating to Solheim's work in the design and building of the Nebraska State Governor's Mansion in Lincoln. Includes other papers concerning modifications and landscaping
Nebraska State Capitol Archives
Blueprints from consulting engineers and miscellaneous contributors documenting the most important architectural elements of the building of the Nebraska State Capitol, ranging from tower elevations to landscaping plans -- Engineering records include site, structural, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical drawings and prints, the engineering drawings taking the form of plans, elevations, sections, and details, including a number of working prints. Consulting engineers represented include Jarrett-Chambers Co. (New York, N.Y., 18 unique, 182 copies), Meyer, Strong & Jones Inc. (New York, N.Y., 53, 937), and Werner Nygren (New York, N.Y., 25, 407). Other contributors include Atlee B. Ayers (San Antonio, Tex.), Ernst Herminghaus (landscape architect, Lincoln, Neb.), Hazen & Robinson (architects, Lincoln, Neb.), Nebraska State Engineer, Peter Kiewitt's Sons (Omaha, Neb.), Nebraska State Dept. of Public Works, Tracy & Swartwout (architects, Missouri), and J.H. Wiese Co. (Omaha, Neb.).
Municipal Archives & Records Center
Documents recording leases made and rents collected by the City of Manchester, N.H. -- The city maintained a number of properties which were regularly rented out for either one time functions, short term occupation, or long term businesses, including lands and buildings on the "South side of Granite Street", land known as "part of the City Farm", and high school auditoriums. One document indicates that the city leased two pieces of property from John K. McQuestion in 1918 to create "Municipal War Gardens" in support of the national war effort
Thomas Balch Library
This collection consists of meeting minutes, articles, and other documents relating to the Loudoun County Court Complex. The meeting minutes include those for the Leesburg Academy and those for the various departments of the Court Complex. The articles include descriptions of the architecture of the buildings of the Court Complex as well as articles on the historic nature of the Complex
New Haven Museum & Historical Society Library
Correspondence; architectural papers relating to Trinity Church in New Haven, Connecticut State Capitol in Hartford, and bridges (including patents); 7 architectural drawings; miscellaneous personal papers, including inventories of Town's estate and library; photographs and other papers, of or relating to Town; together with correspondence and family records of Town's son-in-law, William Thompson Peters -- Town's correspondents include prominent New Haven figures and his daughter, Etha (Town) Peters


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