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History of Women in Architecture

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 77 Collections and/or Records:

Winifred Parsons Architecture Notebook,

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-2013-058
Abstract

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.

Dates: 1900 - 1906

Patrícia Santos Pedrosa Architectural Papers, 2018 - 2022

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-2022-014
Abstract

This collection contains Patricia Pedrosa's annotated curriculum vitae and one copy of a conference publication. Materials are in Portuguese.

Dates: 2018 - 2022

Maria Peeva Architectural Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-2007-033
Abstract

Maria Peeva is a Bulgarian architect known particularly for designing schools, vacation houses, hotels, and retail stores. Her collection includes a curriculum vitae, project lists, and renderings/construction drawings for two projects: workers vacation retreat for the Shumen Chemical Factory "Volov" (1979) and vacation houses in the Village of Rogachevo, Balchik County (near Varna, 2005).

Dates: 1978 - 2006

Geraldine Pontius Architectural Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-2021-003
Abstract

The Geraldine Pontius Architectural Collection contains individual renderings and drawing sets for 24 projects worked on by Pontius and 3 construction drawing sets she collected while working at I.M. Pei and Partners.

Dates: 1966 - 1990

Berta Rahm Architectural Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1998-011
Abstract

Berta Rahm was one of the early Swiss women architects. The collection includes exhibition panels and a competition proposal containing architectural drawings, photographs, and slides.

Dates: 1951 - 1963

Elizabeth Chu Richter Architectural Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1997-022
Abstract

The Elizabeth Chu Richter Architectural Collection consists of correspondence, articles, and project files. Richter and her husband David Richter founded Richter Architects in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Dates: 1988-2003, n.d.

E. Maria Roth Architectural Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-2007-009
Abstract

The E. Maria Roth Architectural Collection contains the personal papers, professional papers, and project files of a landscape architect working largely in New Jersey, New York, and Virginia. School work from Cooper Union and Rutgers University is included, along with a school notebook from 1940 made during the Hitler era in Germany. Projects largely conform to the following categories: schools, residences/neighborhoods, public and recreation areas, and furniture/structural designs.

Dates: 1940 - 2010

Claire Rufer-Eckmann Architectural Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1998-018
Abstract

Claire Rufer-Eckmann (1914-1974) was an architect in Bern, Switzerland. The collection consists of architecture class notes taken by Rufer-Eckmann at l'École Polytechnique Federale de Zurich, 1928-1935, original sketches and a report on her travels in Sweden and Finland in the late 1930s, and over forty working drawings created by her as part of SAFFA 58, an exhibition of women's roles in Switzerland.

Dates: 1928-1935, 1952, 1958

Karin Rühle Architectural Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-2001-016
Abstract

The Karin Rühle Architectural Papers contain materials relating to one project, Projekt 1.10, Gartenstadt Jahnstrasse/Dahlwitz Hoppegarten, often abbreviated "Jahnstr," from 1991-1995.

Dates: 1991 - 1995

Saffa 58 Architectural Drawings

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1998-019
Abstract

The SAFFA was a Swiss fair exhibition on women in Zurich, Switzerland, that was built by Swiss women architects. The Saffa 58 Architectural Drawings consist of sixty-three drawings of the buildings for the 1958 fair, including the collaborative work of Claire Rufer-Eckmann, Beate Billeter, Verena Fuhrimann, Jetti Judin-Mutzenberg, and Annemarie Hubacher-Constam.

Dates: 1958