4 collections related to Architecture

Filters: 1910-19191980-19891930-1939North Carolina State College. School of Design
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Matsumoto, George, 1922-
Size: 126.8 linear feet (488 tubes, 54 flatfolders, 9 boxes, 1 legalbox, 2 oversizes boxes, 1 halfbox, 2 oversize flatboxes, 5 flatboxes) Collection ID: MC 00042
The George Matsumoto Papers includes blueprints, specifications, sketches, correspondence, publications, scrapbooks, photographs, contracts, financial statements, and other related architectural records that document the extensive commercial and residential work of George Matsumoto and Associates. The bulk of the collection is ... More
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Nowicki, Matthew, 1910-1950
Size: 11 linear feet (2 legal boxes, 5 oversize flat boxes, 1 artifact box) Collection ID: MC 00190
The Matthew Nowicki Drawings and Other Material contain architectural drawings and sketches, but it also includes his writings as well as biographical sketches written about Nowicki. Writings by Nowicki include a speech and several articles on architectural design. Documents written about Nowicki include newspaper and magazine ... More
North Carolina State University. School of Architecture
Size: 2.5 linear feet (5 archival boxes) Collection ID: UA 110.015
This collection includes correspondence, memoranda, and instructional materials generated by the School of Architecture, as well as records generated by the Urban Design Program. The School of Architecture was an original component of North Carolina State University's College of Design, known at its founding in 1948 as the School of ... More
Harrye B. Lyons Design Library
Size: 3.5 linear feet (7 document cases) Collection ID: UA 012.033
The records of the North Carolina State University, Libraries, Harrye B. Lyons Design Library, 1945-1998, include clippings, publications, memorandum, and various files retained by the library documenting activities of the Harrye B. Lyons Design Library and the School of Design, and design research. Clippings from various newspapers ... More