Sally Waldner Bould Stan Architectural Collection
Scope and Contents
The collection is comprised of biographical materials and architectural drawings for residential and commercial projects. Among the biographical materials are two brief biographical accounts of Stan's life, a memorial bulletin with a portrait photograph, obituary, and service information. Residential drawings include sepia, diazo, and trace paper drawings. Commercial drawings include sepia and trace paper drawings. Several projects also include engineering calculation notes.
- 1940-1997, undated
- Stan, Sally Waldner Bould, b.1917 (Person)
Language of Materials
The materials in the collection are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open to research.
Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use
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Biographical / Historical
This collection documents the architect Sally Waldner Bould Stan who lived from 1917 to 2008 and who spent most of her life in Lafayette, California. She earned her degree in architecture after 4 years of study at the University of California, Berkeley as one of three women in her class. She married in 1940 and later divorced in 1967. Over the course of her life, Sally designed around 2000 homes as well as numerous notable commercial projects. She was the first woman to serve on the board of the Lafayette Improvement Association, first as secretary; she then advanced through various roles, from treasurer, to vice president, and then to president. Sally continued her professional practice, primarily working from home and getting work via referrals, until retiring in 1998. Her collection contains biographical references and drawings for 55 of her projects. Pictures of her work are available on the VT ImageBase.
2 Cubic Feet (5 folders of 42x30 inches and one folder of 14.75x9.5 inches)
This collection documents the architect Sally Waldner Bould Stan. She lived from 1917 to 2008, spending most of her life in Lafayette, California. Over the course of her life, Sally designed around 2000 homes as well as numerous notable commercial projects before retiring in 1998. Her collection is comprised of biographical notes as well as drawings for 55 of her professional projects. One standard and five oversized folders.
The Sally Waldner Bould Stan Collection is organized into three series: Biographical Notes, Residential Drawings, and Commercial Notes. Project records are organized alphabetically.
Rights Statement for Archival Description
The guide to the Sally Waldner Bould Stan Architectural Collection by Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech, is licensed under a CC0 (https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/public-domain/cc0/).
- Guide to the Sally Waldner Bould Stan Architectural Collection
- Lizzy McEwen
- (CC0 1.0)
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- 2020-10-02: Finding aid notes updated to new department standards. juliags
- 2023-06-01: Description and arrangement finalized. jss
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