History of Women in Architecture
Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
Marie-Louise Laleyan Architectural Collection
Marie-Louise Laleyan (1935-2014) was a San Francisco based architect with 48 years of experience including 30 years as principal of Laleyan Architects (1977-2007). The collection contains architectural drawings, specifications, construction files, and photographs relating to projects undertaken by Marie-Louise Laleyan (1977-2007) and Laleyan Architects (1972-1977). Photographic record of her U.S. employment (1965-1972) is also present.
"Many More: Women in Architecture, 1978-1988," Exhibit Files and Panels
The "Many More: Women in Architecture, 1978-1988," Exhibit Files and Panels contain correspondence, announcements, clippings, release forms, transcripts of the Exhibit Committee Meeting and an index of the accepted entries, regarding the preparation and organization of the exhibit. The physcial exhibit is also present.
Meeting Minutes of the Art League of Philadelphia and Diary of Art League Member Elsa Marie Rupp Hofheinz
This collection contains a book of meeting minutes for the Art League of Philadelphia recorded primarily by secretaries Margaret Nefferdorf and Elsa Hofheinz. The collection also includes Elsa Hofheinz's diary from 1928 when she was in high school.
Milka Bliznakov Prize Records
"More Than the Sum of Our Body Parts: An Exhibit by CARY, 1992-1993"
The collection is composed almost exclusively of materials created for the exhibit or in preparation of the exhibit, "More Than the Sum of Our Body Parts: An Exhibit by CARY, 1992-1993".
Tsvetana Ninova Architectural Collection
The Tsvetana Ninova Architectural Collection consists of a resume and 34 architectural drawings (original ink drawings on lucid paper).
Virginia O'Neill Architectural Collection
Virginia O'Neill was an architect in Stamford, Connecticut in the 1950's. The collection includes educational certificates, drawings, and plans for several residential projects by O'Neill.
Organization of Women Architects and Design Professionals Records
The Organization of Women Architects and Design Professionals (OWA) is an organization for women architects and designers in the San Francisco bay area. It officially became incorporated in 1973. The collection contains documents, reports, agendas, membership directories, photos, slides, and publications concerning the history and activities of the OWA.
Joyce Oron Architectural Collection
Joyce Oron's architecture and town planning office is located in Israel. This collection contains drawings, text, and photographs of some of the prestigious projects handled by her office from 1985 to 2004. Most materials are written in Hebrew with English descriptions available.
Winifred Parsons Architecture Notebook,
The collection consists of a bound notebook containing about 800 cyanotypes, 300 halftones and process illustrations, and 32 hand illustrated images of architecture ranging from Ancient Egypt until 1900. The notebook is an expandable binder filled with leaves of lined notebook paper, signed by Winifred Parsons and appears to have been made for a class assignment sometime between 1900-1906.