Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Richard E. Ahlborn Slide Collection
The Richard E. Ahlborn Slide Collection contains more than 3,000 slides created and collected by Ahlborn over his extensive career as a photographer, curator, and scholar of Mexican American art. Slides include images of artworks, architecture, buildings (especially churches), towns, crafts/furniture, graphic art pieces, tools, textiles, and religious objects.
"An Ideal Home" Illustrated Scrapbook,
The collection consists of an illustrated scrapbook, detailing the set up for a household, possibly compiled for a new bride or a school assignment.
"An Ideal Home" Illustrated Scrapbook, c. 1940s (Ms2013-026)
Architectural Drawing, Kimiko Suzuki, Abe House #430328, nd (Ms2013-089)
Pearl M. Brickman Architectural Collection,
Pearl Brickman (1928- ). Collection includes three design projects she developed during her years (1977-1979) at Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI Arc), and fifteen projects from her professional career (1982-2002), including project descriptions, drawings,and progress photographs.
Charles Burchard Collection
Coade's Lithodipyra or Artificial Manufactory Trade Card,
The collection consists of a trade card for an English builder and manufacturer of artificial stone, probably printed about 1784. The Coade stone business was started by Eleanor Coade in 1769 and operated into the 1833, later run by a business partner after Coade's death.
Margaret (Peggy) Cochrane Architectural Collection,
Margaret (Peggy) Cochrane Architectural Collection includes drawings for approximately 70 professional projects. Project drawings vary in size and detail, and most are residential projects in Southern California.
Floor Plan for Centro Urbano Las Hueras, Martha Bil Manevich, Buenos Aires, Argentina, n.d. (Ms2013-059)
Glass Lantern Slide Collection
This collection consists of a set of glass lantern slides of architectural buildings and elements from around the world, especially Britain, France, German, Greece, Italy, Lebanon, Spain, and a number of ancient civiliations, including Etruscan, Roman, Egyptian, and Persian. This also includes a set of lantern slides that were simply label "Gaudet," followed by a number.