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The Merle Easton Architectural Collection contains a mixture of papers and records reflecting Easton's engagement with the architectural profession and her work on urban planning and design projects for various firms and agencies.
Wendy Bertrand is a registered architect, rug weaver, self-described feminist and author living in Northern California since 1967. This collection documents her personal and professional activism and activities between 1954-2012, including her architectural studies, organizational activities, family life, travel, professional writing, textile projects, and career with the U.S. Navy and U.S. Forest Service.
The California Women in Environmental Design (CWED) is a California organization of women professionals that are involved in planning, architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, interior design, and other related fields. The collection contains materials relating to the operations of the organization including newsletters, membership and conference materials, and audiocassettes of sessions at CWED conferences.
Nancy Florence was an architect based in northern California. She designed residences and studios throughout California and the Northwest. This collection documents her personal and professional activities between 1954-2014, including her architectural studies, organizational activities, travel, projects, and career with her practice, The Design Collaboration.
This collection contains a mixture of personal and professional papers and project records relating to the life and work of Joyce Margarite Roy (nee Cox). Documents include school work, notes, project files, correspondence, and architectural drawings, spanning the years 1953 to 2016.