Women -- History
Found in 397 Collections and/or Records:
The diary maintained by Marion Eaton Woodruff, a resident of Elgin, Illinois during the early 20th century includes entries made during two lengthy European trips in the 1920s.
This collecton consists of the architectural papers of Barbara Woodward, Residential Remodeling Designer. It includes specifications, materials lists, correspondence, photographs and drawings relating to Woodward's design activities on various residential remodeling projects.
The collection consists of one letter from Fannie (Francis Ann?) Yonce to her mother Mrs. Alfred Yonce in Wytheville, Virginia and two letters from William B. Yonce (the first is addressed to Mrs. Yonce and the second is addressed to Fannie).
Czeslawa Zielinska is a Polish-born Canadian architect and the inventor the GETSET Building System and, with her husband Zenon, of the UCOPAN, a pre-cast concrete building system. The collection includes promotional material, published articles, and booklets about UCOPAN as well as copies of landscape and building sketches drawn during her travels.
This collection contains the professional papers of Liane Zimbler, Architect and Interior Designer.The collection includes graphic and printed material, writings, drawings, and correspondence relating to Zimbler's architectural and interior design work in Europe and the United States.