5 collections related to Architecture

Filter: North Carolina State University -- Buildings -- Planning
Biberstein, Bowles & Meacham (Firm)
Size: 14.7 linear feet (22 flat folders, and 20 tubes, 9 document cases) Collection ID: MC 00222
This collection contains building plans, specifications, blueprints, contracts, and correspondence from the firm of Biberstein & Bowles, Inc. as well as Biberstein, Bowles & Meacham (later Biberstein, Bowles, Meacham & Reed) of Charlotte, North Carolina. TMost of the materials pertain to the construction of the Botany ... More
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Waugh, Edward Walter
Size: 4 linear feet (13 flat folders) Collection ID: MC 00148
The Edward Walter Waugh Drawings contain campus plans and drawings for several buildings at North Carolina State University. Edward Walter Waugh (1913-1966) was a North Carolina State University Campus Planner and architect in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Carpenter, Herman Bernard
Size: 5.85 linear feet (28 tubes, 1 halfbox) Collection ID: MC 00143
This collection contains materials relating to the interior design of North Carolina State University buildings. Many designs are for laboratories and laboratory fixtures, particularly Gardner Hall. There is also correspondence dated 1951-1966 with North Carolina State University officials and personnel. Herman Bernard Carpenter ... More
Size: 36.5 linear feet (62 archival boxes, 2 compact disc boxes, 1 carton, 2 flat boxes, and 1 artifact box); 4.3 gigabytes; 2527 files Collection ID: UA 003.010
The Centennial Campus Records document the development of Centennial Campus from the initial 1984 land allocation through its twentieth anniversary celebration, with the bulk of the content focused on the late 1980s and early 1990s. Containing correspondence, proposals, reports, articles, brochures, clippings, electronic images, and ... More
Ritchie, Ray M.
Size: 0.6 linear feet (4 flat folders) Collection ID: MC 00437
This collection contains original agricultural engineering drawings of agricultural buildings that Ritchie designed for North Carolina State University. The buildings were located at the university's agricultural research farms in and around Raleigh, North Carolina. Ray M. Ritchie (1922-2004) was an agricultural engineer with twenty ... More