4 collections related to Architecture

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Webb, James M. (James Murray), 1908-2000
Size: 222.5 linear feet (88 document cases, 2 flat boxes, 6 cartons, 6 flat folders, 470 tubes.) Collection ID: MC 00102
The collection contains the business and design records from James M. Webb's architectural firm, as well as his personal papers and some papers of his brother, John B. Webb, and his mother, Martha Webb. The major groupings of records are Project Files, Drawings, Maps, Professional Papers, Personal Papers, Photographs and Slides, ... More
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Boney, Leslie N., Jr. (Leslie Norwood), 1920-2003
Size: 83.5 linear feet (51 archival boxes, 303 archival flat folders) Collection ID: MC 00096
The Leslie N. Boney Architectural Papers document the work of Wilmington, North Carolina, architects Leslie N. Boney Sr., and Leslie N. Boney Jr. from projects done in conjunction with architect James F. Gause in the 1920s through projects of Boney Architects, Inc., in the 1980s. Educational institution plans make up a significant ... More
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Size: 5.5 linear feet (15 flatfolders, 1 cardbox, 1 halfbox) Collection ID: MC 00596
The MacMillan and MacMillan Architectural Papers, 1919, 1950-2010, document the professional activities of Dan and Frank MacMillan and their architectural firm. The collection consists of architectural drawings with various iterations of designs, blueprints, construction documents, prospective elevations, technical drawings, and ... More
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Northup & O'Brien (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
Size: 184 linear feet (575 flat folders and 68 archival boxes) Collection ID: MC 00240
The Northup & O'Brien Architectural Records document the work of Northup & O'Brien, an architectural firm in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and its successors. The collection consists primarily of architectural drawings and job specifications, 1917-1980, as well as financial material, 1917-1956. The drawings represent the ... More