University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Harwell Hamilton Harris:

An Inventory of his Papers, Photographs and Drawings, 1906-1990



Collection Summary

Creator:Harris, Harwell Hamilton, 1903-
Title:Harwell Hamilton Harris (1903-1990) Papers: Drawings, photographs and archival records, California, Texas and North Carolina
Dates:1906-1990
Abstract:Architect Harwell Hamilton Harris (1903-1990) was an early proponent of regional modernism in California and Texas. He taught architectural design at North Carolina State University and the University of Texas School of Architecture where he was the dean (1952-55); he was made a fellow in the American Institute of Architects in 1965. Includes personal papers, correspondence, office and job files, articles (together measuring 14 linear feet), 3,675 photographic images, and 3,874 drawings dating from 1906 to 1990 document the architectural career of Harwell Hamilton Harris.
Identification:HHH
Quantity:3,874 drawings; 14 linear feet of archival material; 3,675 photographic images; approximately 1,100 slides
Language:Materials are in English.
Repository:Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of Harwell Hamilton Harris

Harwell Hamilton Harris was born on July 2, 1903 in Redlands, California. The son of Fred Harris, an architect and rancher, Harris grew up in the Imperial Valley area and later attended San Bernardino High School. In 1923, he moved to Los Angeles to attend the Otis Art Institute and in 1925, he began to study drawing and painting with Stanton Macdonald-Wright at the Art Students League.

Harris' ambition to be a sculptor, however, was changed after visiting Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House. Soon thereafter, he applied to the architecture program at the University of California at Berkeley. He never attended the program, however, as he found employment with Richard Neutra and R.M. Schindler. Neutra discouraged him from attending formal classes in architecture although he did attend classes given by Neutra at the Los Angeles Academy of Modern Art. While in Neutra's office, he worked on such seminal projects as the Lovell Health House and the Rush City Competition. During this period, Harris became familiar with the principles of the Modernist movement and served as secretary of the American chapter of the Congrés Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM). In 1931, Harris met his future wife, Jean Murray Bangs, who would have a strong influence over his life and his professional career. They were married in 1937.

In 1933, Harris left the Neutra office to establish his own independent practice in Los Angeles. His first commissions were for small homes, based on a modular system, in which he applied the modernist principles he had learned in the offices of Neutra and Schindler. Among these early homes were the Pauline Lowe House (1934) in Altadena and the Fellowship Park House (1936). Fellowship Park, Harris' own house, won the 1936 House Beautiful Small House Competition and established his reputation in California. In 1937, John Entenza, the influential editor of California Arts and Architecture, commissioned Harris to design his own home. The Weston Havens House (1939-40), dramatically perched on a hillside outside of Berkeley, used inverted gables in a novel structural solution that allowed Harris to maintain sensitivity to this peculiar site.

With the advent of World War II, it was difficult to obtain new commissions and building materials were scarce. Harris designed several model homes including an early solar house (1946) for the Libbey-Owens-Ford glass company and the "Segmental House" (1941) for the Revere Copper and Brass Company. Designed with the returning veterans in mind and utilizing a modular system, the segmental house could grow from an inexpensive, one-bedroom home to a six-bedroom, four-bath house to accommodate the growth of a family over the years. Harris also designed the Ingersol Utility Core for Donald Deskey at this time. In 1943, Harris moved to New York where he taught at Columbia University and was involved in the CIAM Chapter for Relief and Postwar Planning.

Upon his return to California in 1944, Harris and his wife Jean rediscovered the work of Greene and Greene. The influence of their Japanese-inspired bungalows can be seen in Harris's work of the 1940s including such projects as the Ralph Johnson House (1947-48) in Los Angeles, the Gerald M. Loeb Pavilion (1947) in Redding, Connecticut, and the Clarence Wyle House (1946-48) in Ojai. Harris's sensitive use of native woods added to the intimate quality of these homes.

In 1952, Harris accepted the position of Dean for the School of Architecture at The University of Texas. Although he lacked both formal architectural training and administrative experience, he expanded the School's programs and attempted to revolutionize the methods of teaching. Harris directly involved some of the students in the design process when he collaborated with them on the Texas State Fair House (1954), offering them actual experience with the design and construction process. Harris hired new faculty whose innovative ideas clashed with the traditional Beaux-Arts methods still in use in Texas. Later known as the "Texas Rangers," Harris hired Colin Rowe, John Hejduk, Robert Slutsky, Werner Seligmann, and Herbert Hirsche. The autocratic nature of Harris's new theory for teaching design, however, created enormous tensions within the school, which interfered with his own private practice. As a result, Harris resigned as dean in the summer of 1955. He moved to Dallas where he continued to practice, designing homes that were brilliantly adapted to the harsh Texas climate. Among his many Texas works are the J. Lee Johnson House (1955-56) in Fort Worth, the Seymour Eisenberg House (1957-58) House in Dallas, and the Dallas Trade Mart for Trammell Crow (1958-60) in Dallas.

In 1962, Harris accepted a teaching position at the North Carolina State University in Raleigh. He continued his private practice, designing numerous buildings including the Stanley Bennett House (1970), the Saint Giles Presbyterian Church (1967-69), and a new, combined home and office for himself (1968). Harris retired from teaching in 1973 and from private practice in 1975.

Harris has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Richard Neutra Medal for Professional Excellence (1982). Harris's work was published extensively and has appeared in numerous exhibitions, including the Museum of Modern Art (1939, 1943, 1943, 1945, and 1953), the National Gallery of Art (1957), and the Cooper-Hewitt Museum (1977). In addition, several one-man exhibitions of his work have been held at the North Carolina State University (1981), the Museum of Art in Fayetteville, North Carolina (1982) and The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture (1985). Harris was made a fellow in the American Institute of Architects in 1965 and received an honorary doctorate from North Carolina State University in 1985.


Scope and Content of the collection

The Harwell Hamilton Harris collection contains 3,874 drawings; 14 linear feet of archival material; 3,675 photographic images; and approximately 1,100 slides. These materials range in date from 1906 to 1990 and document the architect's personal and professional life, as well as the life of his wife, Jean Murray Harris.

Among the personal papers are biographical information, awards, financial information, exhibit and portfolio materials as well as correspondence from 1926 to 1990 and a series of eight scrapbooks. Many of Harris' writing projects are also found in the collection, including manuscripts of speeches and articles, notes and class problems from his architecture courses, and research materials for an unpublished book on the Security Bank and Trust Company, designed by Louis Sullivan. The collection also includes a copy of manuscript material of Harris' writings, both published and unpublished, gathered in a notebook and entitled "Portrait of an Architect."

The professional life of Harris is reflected through his architectural office files and records related to his architectural projects. Included in the collection are approximately 7,000 drawings representing 212 projects. Full documentation, including perspectives, sketches, working drawings, specifications, and photographs, exists for most of Harris' building with the exception of projects not built.This collection also contains series of published articles about Harris' work and files on other architects that include articles, clippings, photographs and slides on the work of architects of interest to Harris.

Visual materials included in the collection are photographs of Harris and his wife, personal photographs, exhibition prints, travel photographs and book illustrations, slides, negatives, and a 16mm art film. Noted photographers Man Ray, Fred Dapprich, Julius Shulman, and Andre Kertesz took some of the photographs. Audio materials include a series of taped interviews given by Harris in 1979, as well as lecturers by other speakers. Digital representations of some of the items in the Visual Material Series are available online through Texas ScholarWorks.

The Jean Murray Harris papers consist of correspondence, personal papers, notes, clippings and photographs, as well as copies of published articles and research material.


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Digital Materials

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the University of Texas Online Catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons:
Harris, Harwell Hamilton, 1903- --Archives.
Organizations:
Pauline Lowe Residence (Altadena, Calif.)
Fellowship Park House (Los Angeles, Calif.)
John Entenza Residence (Santa Monica, Calif.)
Weston Havens Residence (Berkeley, Calif.)
Gerald M. Loeb Pavilion (Redding, Conn.)
Clarence Wyle Residence (Ojai, Calif.)
University of Texas. School of Architecture--Faculty.
J. Lee Johnson Residence (Dallas, Tex.)
Seymour Eisenberg Residence (Dallas, Tex.)
St. Giles Presbyterian Church (Raleigh, N.C.)
United States Embassy (Helsinki, Finland)
Subjects:
Architecture, Domestic--California
Architecture, Domestic--Texas
Architecture, Domestic--North Carolina

Administrative Information

Citation

Harwell Hamilton Harris Papers, 1903-1990, California, Texas and North Carolina, Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Drawings processed by: Lila Knight; Archival Material processed by: Nancy Sparrow;1993.

Processing is not completed. Please contact Archives' staff for more information.


Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archives.


References to works by or about Harwell Hamilton Harris (1903-1990)

Note: See Series H for articles about Harris' work included in the collection.

1938: "House for John Entenza, Santa Monica, Calif." Architectural Forum (Nov. 1938): p. 349-51.

1938: "Industrial Design: Its Parentage and Motives." California Graduate School of Design (Jan. 29-Feb. 27, 1938). (Carmelita Garden, Pasadena)

1941: Folio of 4 HHH houses. Kentiku Sekai (Apr. 1941): p. 12-4. (Greta Granstedt, John Entenza, Marian Clark, George Bauer)

1944: "Students Room." New York Beaux Arts Institute of Design Bulletin 20 (Feb. 1944): p. 19.

1944: "Station for a Highway Hostelry." Architectural Record 95 (Feb. 1944): p. 79-80.

1944: "Berkeley House for Weston Havens." Studio 128 (Oct. 1944): p. 101-3.

1944: "How the Shumways Can Build Their House." Women's Home Companion 71 (Dec. 1944): p. 78-80.

1946: "Sales Building for Souvenirs in a National Park." New York Beaux Arts Institute of Design Bulletin 22 (Feb. 1946): p. 29.

1946: Havens home. Pageant (Mar. 1946).

1946: "San Mateo Country House for L. Allen." Architectural Record 100 (Nov. 1946): p. 84-5.

1946: "Los Angeles Houses. Architectural Record 100 (Dec. 1946): p. 159-60.

1946: Home designed for magazine. Good Housekeeping (Dec. 1946): p. 59.

1946: Home designed for magazine. Mademoiselle [with 1946 articles, no further citation]

1946: "Havens Home." Homes and Interiors (Apr. 1946): p. 71-6.

1946: "Eight rooms, four baths, six terraces." Architectural Record 105 (Nov. 1946): p. 84-5.

1946: "Five homes." Architectural Forum 84 (Feb. 1946): p. 84-96.

1955: New York Times magazine (May 15, 1955).


Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

SERIES A: PERSONAL PAPERS

Series Abstract
The Personal Papers series includes records generally created outside of the creator's professional sphere including biographical information, awards, financial information, exhibit materials and portfolio materials.
boxfolder
11-3Biographical information
4Biographical material - outlines
5Obituaries (1990)
6Harwell Harris' kindergarten report card
7Awards
8Architectural registration
9Bibliography
10Reports to the University of North Carolina
11, 12Portfolio: Harwell Hamilton Harris
13, 14Portfolio: 1983 Red Cedar Shingle and Handsplit Shake Bureau/AIA Architectural Awards Program
boxfolder
21Financial information (originally housed in a 3-ring binder)
21990 Federal and state income tax returns
3Exhibitions of Harris' work
4Exhibit: "The Architect as Artist," Fayetteville (N.C.) Museum of Art
box
78Exhibit: Poster and members bulletin (1982), Fayetteville (N.C.) Museum of Art
boxfolder
25Exhibit: "Six California Architects" (exhibition labels)
6Exhibit: "San Francisco Architecture 1882-1982"
7Exhibit: "Harwell Hamilton Harris," University of Texas at Austin, 1985
8Exhibit: Catalog from 1985 exhibit at the University of Texas at Austin
9Exhibit: labels
box
78Exhibit: North Carolina State University (photocopies of exhibition materials - originals destroyed)
boxfolder
210Harris' Honorary Doctorate: letters of recommendation (originally housed in a binder)
11Harris' Honorary Doctorate (diploma)
12, 13Harwell Hamilton Harris Fellowship at the University of Texas School of Architecture - contributions and letters
boxfolder
31Address books



SERIES B: CORRESPONDENCE

Series Abstract
The correspondence series includes personal and professional correspondence from 1926 - 1990. The materials are organized chronologically with major correspondents and subjects broken out and arranged alphabetically at the end of the series. Correspondence regarding plagiarism of Competition House by Harris, 1935-1936 is also maintained in a separate folder listed at the end of the series.
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32Correspondence, undated
3Correspondence, 1926
4Correspondence, 1935
5Correspondence, 1936-1937
6Correspondence, 1938
7Correspondence, 1939
8Correspondence, 1940
9Correspondence, 1941
10Correspondence, 1942
11Correspondence, 1943
12Correspondence, 1944
boxfolder
41Correspondence, 1945
2Correspondence, 1946
3Correspondence, 1948
4Correspondence, 1949
5Correspondence, 1950
6Correspondence, 1951
7Correspondence, 1952
8Correspondence, 1953
9Correspondence, 1954
10, 11Correspondence,1955
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51, 2Correspondence, 1956
3, 4Correspondence, 1957
5, 6Correspondence, 1958
7Correspondence, 1959
boxfolder
61Correspondence, 1959
2Correspondence, 1960
3Correspondence, 1961
4Correspondence, 1962
5Correspondence, 1963
6Correspondence, 1964
7Correspondence, 1965
8Correspondence, 1966
boxfolder
71Correspondence, 1967
2Correspondence, 1968
3Correspondence, 1969
4Correspondence, 1970
5Correspondence, 1973
6Correspondence, 1974
7Correspondence, 1975
8Correspondence, 1976
9Correspondence, 1977
boxfolder
81Correspondence, 1978
2, 3Correspondence,1979
4, 5Correspondence, 1980
6Correspondence, 1981
boxfolder
91Correspondence,1981
2, 3Correspondence,1982
4Correspondence, 1983
5, 6Correspondence,1984
7Correspondence, 1985
boxfolder
101Correspondence, 1985
2-4Correspondence, 1986
5-7Correspondence,1987
boxfolder
111, 2Correspondence, 1988
3-5Correspondence, 1989
boxfolder
121Correspondence, 1990
2Correspondence: Andrews, Wayne (personal)
3Correspondence: Andrews, Wayne (prints of working drawings, Residence in Grosse Point, Mich.)
4Correspondence: Limerick, Jeff
5, 6Correspondence: McCoy, Esther, 1975-1981
7Correspondence: McCoy, Esther, 1982-1989
boxfolder
131Correspondence: McCoy, Esther, 1982-1989
2Correspondence: Neutra, Richard and Dione
3Correspondence: Architectural Forum, 1935-1941
4Correspondence: Architectural Forum, 1944-1950
5Correspondence: California Arts and Architecture
6Correspondence: C.I.A.M.
7Correspondence: Plagiarism of Competition House by Harris, 1935-1936



SERIES C: MANUSCRIPTS OF SPEECHES AND ARTICLES

Series Abstract
This series contains notes and manuscripts of speeches and articles written by Harris roughly between 1940 and 1987. They are arranged alphabetically by title.
boxfolder
138Notes and quotes for writing
9Articles and notes - misc.
10Speeches, misc.
11Architecture as a Career (talk at Career Conference, University of Oklahoma, 1957)
12Blair House
13Children's Room (Better Homes and Gardens)
14The Church Auditorium (from a description of a proposed building for the First Unitarian Church of Dallas)
15Clark House text
16Collaboration of the Arts in Architecture (panel moderator, Houston Chapter AIA, Houston)
17Cultural Values are Affected by Architecture (Dallas Chapter AIA)
18Design for Living
19Client Form (second part of a talk to a student group featuring the English residence, School of Design, North Carolina State University)
boxfolder
141Design Dimensions (Northwest Regional Conference of the AIA, Glacier National Park, 1965)
2Designing a Mausoleum (speech for students of the School of Design, North Carolina State University, 1963)
3The Development of the American House (Better Homes and Gardens)
4Evolution of an Over-all Form (talk at UT, Feb. 22, 1985)
5Evolution of an Over-all Form (talk at opening of exhibition at UT Arlington, Jan. 28, 1986; second copy of speech includes concluding words and accompanying copies of Havens house drawings)
6Evolution of an Architectural Form... in a chalk-talk (talk given June 3, 1987 at Graham Foundation, Chicago)
7First Unitarian Church text
8Frank Lloyd Wright's Theater Building (description for the Dallas Theater Center, 1959)
9Harris, Fred; House text
9aHarwell Hamilton Harris: A Collection of His Writings and Buildings. Student Publication of the School of Design, North Carolina State of the University of North Carolina at Raleigh, Vol. 14, No. 5, 1965
10Havens House text
11Highway Hotel text
12Hawk House text
13The Home
14House for a Playwright (a talk before the Texas Fine Arts Society, Austin, Dec. 4, 1951)
15Home Builders Association of Austin (speech, 1952)
16The House is a Joy When All Goes Well (English House)
17The House of the Future American Home, 1942
18House text for Household magazine
19How to Get the Most Out of Your Architect (Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, Raleigh, N.C.)
20Importance of Social Function of Architecture Today
21Ingersoll Steel & Disc Model House text
22Joel House text
23Johnson, Ralph; House text
24Kershner House
25La Canada House text (J.E. Powers)
26Laing House text
27Lek House text
28Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co. Model House text
29Light as an Instrument of Design - Southwest Regional Conference Illuminating Engineer's Society, Fort Worth, 1956
30Lines of Development in 20th Century Architecture in America
31Loeb Pavilion text
32"Louis Sullivan and the Architecture of Enterprise" (exhibition)
boxfolder
151Maybeck
2The Mission of Architecture (National Ministries Conference, Montreat, N.C., Aug. 6, 1968)
3Motel-on-the-Mountain text
4My Introduction to Architecture (published in the Journal of the AIA, Nov. 1952)
5A National Expression (Convention of the Northwest Region AIA, Eugene, Ore.)
6Nature of Architecture
7New York World's Fair 1940 (Room: "South of the Golden Gate" text)
8Pace Setter House text (House Beautiful)
9Palos Verdes College text
10"Portrait of an Architect"
11Pottenger Hospital text
12Program for School of Architecture - Sphinx Club, 1952
13A Regional Expression (talk before the 3rd Annual Conference of the AIA in Eugene, Ore., Aug. 20-22, 1954)
14Regionalism (talk before the Northwest Regional Council AIA, Eugene, Ore., 1954)
15Revere Copper and Brass Co. - Segmental House text (designed for publication only)
16Rhythmic Integration of Panel Elements for Perspecta and Practical Builder
17Rhythmic Patterns in Structures (talk to student AIA, April 1953)
18Richard Neutra, Gold Medallist (article for North Carolina Architect, April 1977)
19Schminke Show Room text
20The Social Implications of Architecture (Town and Gown Club, UT, Nov. 15, 1951)
21Texas Ceramic Tile Co. (speech, Jan. 24, 1959)
22Trade Mart Courtyard text
23Trade Mart Court (notes on the design)
24Treanor House, Abilene
25University of Texas School of Architecture (talk to graduate class)
26Use of Electrical Cooking Appliances in the Homestle House for the Southwest
27Ways in Which Engineering is Shaping Architecture
boxfolder
161What the Architect can Contribute to Tropical Housing (Tropical Housing Conference)
2What the Architect Should Know About Acoustical Engineering
3Why I Became an Architect (opening an exhibition at the Fayetteville (N.C.) Museum of Art, May 23, 1982; second copy was used for talk at opening of Harris' exhibition at the University of Texas at Arlington, January 28, 1986)
4Why Nature?
5The Work of Harwell Hamilton Harris (by Silverstein)
6Wyle House text



SERIES D: EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL

Series Abstract
The educational material series contains materials relating to Harris' career as an architecture professor. It is composed of three sub-series: D1 Design Class Notes, D2 Class Problems (organized alphabetically by problem title) and D3 University of Texas Material.



D1: DESIGN CLASS NOTES

boxfolder
167Catalogs for History Class (research, etc.)
8Design Class, 1969-1970
9Design Class, (Harris and Mason Hicks)1985
10Design Class notes
11Class project by John Loss



D2: CLASS PROBLEMS

boxfolder
1612Design Problems
13Art Center for Wilson, N.C. (Fall 1971, #1, 3rd and 4th years)
14A Branch Bank (Spring 1969, #2, 3rd year)
15Branch Library (Yale Project)
16Caterpillar Sales and Service (Fall 1964, #2, 4th year)
17Club House for Women (Fall 1965, #1, 3rd year)
18Court for a Market Building (Fall 1964, #1, 4th year)
19Courtroom, 1964-1965
20Dallas Project (Columbia University)
21Engineering Headquarters Building (Spring 1972)
22Floating Restaurant (Fall 1972, ARC 400, #2)
23Governor's Mansion in a Southern State (Studio 4, Spring 1970, Project #2)
24Group of Buildings for Undertaking and Entombment (Columbia University, Fall 1961)
boxfolder
171Group of Buildings for Undertaking and Entombment (Columbia University School of Architecture)
2Group of Buildings for Undertakers
3Group of School Residences (Fall 1966, #2, 3rd year)
4Guest House (Fall 1969, Project #1, ARC 301/401, Studio 4)
5Headquarters Building for the Junior League of Raleigh (Fall 1970, #1, 3rd and 4th years)
6Headquarters Building for the North Carolina Bar Association (Studio 4, Fall 1969, Project #2)
7Health and Beauty Resort for Women (Spring 1967, #1, 3rd year)
8K-14 School for Sarasota, Fla. (Columbia University, 4th year, Fall 1961, Project #2)
9Library Project (1964)
10A Medical Clinic (Fall 1964, #3, 4th year)
11Motion Picture Theater (Spring 1966, #1, 3rd year)
12Motor Club Project (Spring 1964, #1, 4th year)
13Music Studio and Dwelling (Spring 1965, #1, 4th year)
14Music Studio and Dwelling (Spring 1973, ARC 400, Project #2)
15North Carolina - State Office Building, Raleigh (Spring 1965, #2, 4th year)
16Opera House
17Presbyterian Church (Spring 1967, #1, 3rd year)
18Residence (Spring 1969, #3, 3rd year)
19Restaurant (Fall 1965, #2, 3rd year)
20Restaurant and Coffee House (Spring 1969, #1, 3rd year)
21School for the Performing Arts, Hillsborough (Fall 1963, 4th year)
22School for the Performing Arts, Hillsborough
23Student's Room Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, Aug. 3, 1943)
24Textile Museum - Great Falls Mill Rockingham (Spring 1971, #1, 3rd and 4th year)
25Theater Project
26Underwater Restaurant (Spring 1973, ARC 400)
27Village Hall - Whispering Pines (Spring 1971, #2, 3rd and 4th year)
28Winter Sports Group Center (Columbia University, Fall 194)



D3: UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MATERIAL

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1729Chouinard Art Institute Program Schedule (1939-1940)
boxfolder
181University of Texas newsletters
2University of Texas - class trip to Chicago



SERIES E: BACKGROUND MATERIAL FOR A BOOK ON SECURITY BANK AND TRUST CO., OWATONNA, MINN. (not published)

Series Abstract
This series contains research materials for an unpublished book on the Security Bank and Trust Company, designed by Louis Sullivan. The material includes subject files, primary sources, correspondence, clippings, articles, photographs and negatives and is organized by material type.
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183-6Security Bank, Owatonna, Minn.
7Warn, Robert R. (Sullivan, Bennett material)
8Sullivan Bank
9Motor Bank Building
boxfolder
191Sullivan - Notes for article (originally housed in a notebook)
2Bank - remodeling and rededication
3Sullivan Bank - floor plans
4Carl Bennett letters (1886-1887)
5Carl Bennett letters (1887-1888)
6Carl Bennett letters (1888-1889)
7Clippings from the People's Press and other material
8Historic Preservation
9Magazine articles about Bennett and Sullivan and the Owatonna Bank
10Clippings of the bank (donated by Robert K. Evans)
11Owatonna Bank story
12Original letter - Mr. Bennett to Louis Sullivan, 1906
13Bank Memoirs (presented by the late John A. Buxton)
141958 clippings (following bank remodeling)
boxfolder
201Information on Louis Sullivan (donated by the late Henry W. Hartle)
2Louis Sullivan clippings
3"Form Follows Function" (Sommer Address, Dec. 1958, includes bibliography of newspaper articles about Sullivan Bank)
4Architectural Forum reprints
5Interview with Lois DeNardo
6St. Paul Pioneer Press, May 26, 1957
7Clifford C. Sommer fact sheet on history and remodeling presented to the staff, 1958
8Minneapolis Tribune Picture Magazine section, June 13, 1958
Security Bank and Trust Co., Owatonna, Minn.
boxfolder
536, 7photographs
boxfolder
7413negatives
boxfolder
538Photographs of C. Bennett and family



SERIES F: OFFICE FILES

Series Abstract
The Office Files series generally includes material that supports the running of Harris' architectural office, including personnel information, correspondence, accounting and contract information and reference records. Although specifications were not recognized during processing, they might have been found housed with his drawings. Harris produced his specifications using the same large format paper as he used for his drawings.
boxfolder
209Strand, Janann
10Employee Earnings Record
11Rhythmic Panel Patterns
12Olympiad, Munich (1972)
13International Executive Service Corps, San Salvador, El Salvador
14Comparative Costs
15Contracts Completed
16Park, Helen; correspondence
17Inland Construction
18Yale Student Lecture Series
19Oral History Program
20Employment Applications



SERIES G: ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS

Series Abstract
The Architectural Projects series is made up of records relating to the design and construction of Harris' architectural projects. Each individual project may include the following document types: job files, photographs, slides and drawings. The job files may contain correspondence with clients, change orders, cost estimates, contracts and summary reports. Although specifications were not regognized during processing, they have been found housed with drawings. Harris produced his specs using the same large format paper as he used for his drawings. The project files are organized alphabetically by project title.
Unidentified buildings
box
78oversized photographs
boxfolder
7415negatives
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78negatives (2 - 35 mm strips)
boxfolder
681, 2slides
Unidentified models of buildings
boxfolder
683slides
Unidentified office building project, Dallas (Tex.) drawings
Adams, Edward A.; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1951)
drawings
Airwick Offices. Alterations. New York City, N.Y. (1943)
drawings
Aldrich, H.W., Jr.; Residence, Eugene, Ore. (1950, not built)
boxfolder
211job files
drawings
boxfolder
5310photographs
Alexander, Herbert; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1940)
drawings
boxfolder
891prints of working drawings
boxfolder
684slides
Allen, Ernest, Jr.; Pool shelter, Fort Worth, Tex. (1956)
drawings
Allen, Lewis; Residence, San Mateo County, Calif. (1946, not built)
drawings
boxfolder
7416negatives
Alpha Radio Research Building, Dallas, Tex. (1959)
boxfolder
212job files
drawings
Andrews, Wayne; Residence, Grosse Pointe, Mich. (1966, not built)
boxfolder
213job files
4job files
drawings
Antrim, C.R.; Residence, Fresno, Calif. (1956-1957)
boxfolder
215, 6job files
drawings
boxfolder
5311, 12photographs
boxfolder
684slides
Architectural Forum Bathing Lounge
drawings
Architectural Forum Project. Hi-Way Hotel. (1940)
drawings
Arthur, J.D.; Addition to building, Abilene, Tex. (1959, not built)
boxfolder
217job files
drawings
boxfolder
892prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5313photographs
Austin Corp. See: Balcones House Nos. 1 and 2
Baker Furniture Inc.; Exhibition rooms, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1948)
drawings
Baker, Hollis S.; Vacation house, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1957)
boxfolder
218job files
drawings
Balcones House No. 1 (for the Austin Corp.), Austin, Tex. (1955)
boxfolder
219job files
drawings
Balcones House No. 2 (for the Austin Corp.), Austin, Tex. (1955)
boxfolder
2110job files
drawings
Barrow, David B.; Office building, Austin, Tex. (1959)
boxfolder
2111, 12job files
drawings
boxfolder
893prints of working drawings
Barrow, David B.; Residence, Austin, Tex.
boxfolder
2113job files
drawings
boxfolder
5314photographs
Barrow, David B.; Residence and garage, Austin, Tex. (1952, not built)
Barrow, David B.; Residence and garage #2, Austin, Tex. (1955-1956)
boxfolder
2114job files
drawings
Barrow, David B.; Sales office, Austin, Tex. (1954)
boxfolder
2115job files
drawings
Barrow, David; Lakeside Development, Northwest Hills, Austin, Tex.
boxfolder
2116job files
Barrow, David; Northwest Hills Site Development, Austin, Tex.
boxfolder
2117, 18job files
Bathing lounge
boxfolder
7417negatives
Bauer, Anne; Residence, Glendale, Calif. (1938, not built)
drawings
Bauer, George; Residence, Glendale, Calif. (1938)
drawings
boxfolder
894prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5315photographs
box
78oversized photographs
boxfolder
7418negatives
boxfolder
685slides
Benioff, Hugo; Residence, Manmouth Lakes, Calif. (1936)
drawings
Bennett, H. Stanley; Residence, Chapel Hill, N.C. (1971)
boxfolder
2119job files
20job files - certificates of payment
21job files - change orders
22, 23job files - contractor's receipts
boxfolder
221job files
drawings
boxfolder
895prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5316, 17photographs
Better Homes and Gardens; Kitchen
boxfolder
896prints of working drawings
Birtcher, Cecil J.; Residence and garage, Los Angeles, Calif. (1941, alterations 1949)
drawings
boxfolder
897prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5318photographs
boxfolder
541photographs
2drawings
boxfolder
791oversized photographs
boxfolder
7419negatives
boxfolder
686slides
Blair, Lee; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1937, not built)
drawings
boxfolder
543, 4photographs
boxfolder
792oversized photographs
boxfolder
7420negatives
Blair, Lee; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1939)
boxfolder
686slides
Blair, Lee; Residence, Westport, Conn. (1951, not built)
boxfolder
222job files
Blau, Theodore; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1939)
drawings
Block; Residence
boxfolder
686slides
Bond, Thomas B.; Remodeling (1217 West Cannon St.), Fort Worth , Tex.(1956)
boxfolder
223job files
drawings
Bond Radiological Group, Remodeling (701 Fifth Ave.), Fort Worth, Tex. (1956)
boxfolder
224job files
Brezin, Jonathan; Residence, Chapel Hill, N.C. (1973, not built)
boxfolder
225job files
6job files - drafting room file
drawings
boxfolder
898prints of working drawings
Bristow, Obie; Residence addition, Big Spring, Tex. (1958, not built)
drawings
Brown, Langford; Residence and garage, Chula Vista, Calif. (1942)
See also: Ladies Home Journal Project
drawings
boxfolder
899prints of working drawings
Brown, Louise C.; Residence and apartment, San Bernardino, Calif. (1959, not built)
boxfolder
227job files
8job files - drafting room file
drawings
Bryant, Ralph C.; Residence, Raleigh, N.C. (1969)
boxfolder
229job files - drawings
drawings
boxfolder
8910prints of working drawings
Buick Sales and Service, Westwood, Los Angeles, Calif.
boxfolder
545photographs
Builders' magazine; Residence
boxfolder
7421negatives
Building Materials Mart. See: Crow, Trammell; Building Materials Mart
Caldwell, John T.; Residence, 30 Granville Drive, Raleigh, N.C. (1976)
drawings
boxfolder
8911prints of working drawings
Caldwell, John T.; Residence, 1101 Marlow Road, Raleigh, N.C. (1975)
boxfolder
2210, 11job files
drawings
Campbell, Barbara; Renovation of Hinsdale House, Raleigh, N.C. (1979-1980)
boxfolder
2212job files
drawings
boxfolder
8912prints of working drawings
boxfolder
546photographs
Campbell, Robert; Residence addition, San Marino, Calif. (1936)
drawings
boxfolder
547photographs
Cary City Park Buildings (Fred G. Bond Metro Park) (1983)
drawings
boxfolder
8913prints of working drawings
Chadwick School, Rolling Hills, Calif.
boxfolder
2213job files - correspondence, change orders, engineering bills
14job files - contractors' bids, estimates, invoices, legal documents
15job files - engineering calculations, notes, sketches, misc.
16job files - activities, drawings
boxfolder
8914prints of working drawings
boxfolder
548photographs
9drawings
boxfolder
7422negatives
boxfolder
687slides
Chadwick School; Activities building, Rolling Hills, Calif. (1950)
drawings
Chadwick School; Boys' Dormitory, Rolling Hills, Calif. (1951)
boxfolder
2217, 18job files - specifications
drawings
Chadwick School; Office addition and faculty cottage, Rolling Hills, Calif. (1950)
drawings
Chadwick School; Offices, Rolling Hills, Calif. (1948)
drawings
Chadwick School; Senior classroom, Rolling Hills, Calif. (1948)
drawings
Chadwick School; Swimming pool and dressing rooms, Rolling Hills, Calif. (1950)
boxfolder
231, 2job files - specifications
drawings
boxfolder
8915, 16prints of working drawings
Chemiculture Co., Montebello, Calif. (1939)
drawings
Church of Reconciliation, Chapel Hill, N.C. (1974, not built) drawings
Church of Reconciliation, Chapel Hill, N.C. (1975)
boxfolder
233job files
drawings
boxfolder
5410drawings
boxfolder
7423negatives
Cimaglia, John; Drive-in stores, Dallas, Tex. (1960)
boxfolder
234job files - correspondence and notes, drawings
boxfolder
8917prints of working drawings
boxfolder
235, 6job files - drawings - newspaper clipping
Clark, Marian; Residence, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Calif. (1937)
drawings
boxfolder
5411photographs
boxfolder
793oversized photographs
Cohen, Leon B.; Residence, Dallas, Tex. (1958, not built)
drawings
boxfolder
8918prints of working drawings
Colley, Arthur W.; Residence, Lancaster, Pa. (1951)
boxfolder
237, 8job files - specifications
drawings
boxfolder
8919prints of working drawings
Collins, Russell; Residence, Fallbrook, Calif.
boxfolder
239job files
Comstock, John; Cabin, Del Mar, Calif. (1940)
drawings
Container Corp.; Factory and warehouse (1957)
drawings
Convair; Cafeteria remodeling, Fort Worth, Tex.
boxfolder
2310job files
Cranfill, Thomas M.; Apartment units, Austin, Tex. (1958)
boxfolder
2311job files
12job files - air conditioning
drawings
boxfolder
8920, 21prints of working drawings
Cranfill, Thomas M.; Residence and garage, Austin, Tex. (1955)
boxfolder
2313job files
drawings
boxfolder
5412photographs
Cranfill, Thomas M.; Residence addition, Austin, Tex. (1958)
drawings
Creech, William A.; Deck, Raleigh, N.C. (1971)
drawings
Cross House, San Bernardino, Calif.
drawings
Crow, Trammell
boxfolder
2314job files - correspondence
15job files - dead projects
16job files - miscellaneous
Crow, Trammell; Apartments
boxfolder
2317job files
Crow, Trammell; Apartment group, Dallas, Tex. (1960, not built)
drawings
Crow, Trammell; Building Materials Mart, Dallas, Tex. (1959-1960, not built)
boxfolder
2318job files
drawings
boxfolder
5413drawings
boxfolder
7424negatives
Crow, Trammell; Cookson Co. office building, Dallas, Tex. (1961)
drawings
Crow, Trammell; Office tower, Dallas, Tex.
boxfolder
2319job files - drawings
Crow, Trammell; Master Market Center Office Building, Dallas, Tex. (c. 1960)
Crow, Trammell; Phi Chi Fraternity (proposed), Dallas, Tex. (1960)
boxfolder
2320job files
drawings
Crow, Trammell; Preston Road Apartments, Dallas, Tex. (1961, not built)
boxfolder
8922prints of working drawings
Crow, Trammell; Stemmons
boxfolder
2321job files
boxfolder
8923prints of working drawings
Crow, Trammell; Tower apartments
boxfolder
2322job files - notes and correspondence
Crow, Trammell; Valley View -- A Regional Shopping Center, Dallas, Tex. (1959, not built)
See also: Valley View Regional Shopping Center
boxfolder
2323job files - drafting room file, drawing
24job files - newspaper clipping
boxfolder
5414photographs
boxfolder
7425negatives
Cruze, Charles; Office, Los Angeles, Calif. (1947)
boxfolder
241job files
drawings
boxfolder
8924prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5415photographs
Cullowhee Presbyterian Church, Cullowhee, N.C. (1976)
boxfolder
242job files - correspondence and notes
3job files - drafting room file, drawings
4, 5job files
6job files - specifications
7job files - specifications (electrical)
8job files - engineer's report
9job files - product literature
10job files - detail, drawing
11job files
drawings
boxfolder
901-3prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5416, 17photographs
boxfolder
7426negatives
boxfolder
687slides
Cumberland County Public Library, Fayetteville, N.C. (1967)
drawings
Dallas Home Center, Tex.
boxfolder
2412job files - office file
Dallas Trade Mart Court, Dallas, Tex. (1958-1960)
boxfolder
2413job files - correspondence
14job files - furnishings
15job files
drawings
boxfolder
904-6prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5418, 19photographs
boxfolder
794oversized photographs
boxfolder
7427negatives
Davis, Theo; Residence alterations, Austin, Tex. (1956)
drawings
Dennington, John; Moveable cabin [1946]
drawings
Deskey, Utility Core for
drawings
de Steiguer, Edward; Residence and shop, Pasadena, Calif. (1936)
drawings
boxfolder
5420photographs
boxfolder
801oversized photographs
boxfolder
687slides
Downs, Jesse; Residence, Houston, Tex.
boxfolder
2416job files
Duhring, Ruth; Residence, Berkeley, Calif.
boxfolder
2417job files
boxfolder
907prints of working drawings
boxfolder
687slides
Easton; Residence
boxfolder
5421photographs
boxfolder
7428negatives
Eggleston, Herb; Residence, Glendale, Calif.
boxfolder
2418job files
boxfolder
5422photographs
Eisenburg, Seymour; Residence and garage, Dallas, Tex. (1958)
boxfolder
251, 2job files
3job files - contractor's file
drawings
boxfolder
551photographs
2drawings
boxfolder
7429negatives
boxfolder
691slides
Elliot, James; Residence, North Hollywood, Calif. (1950-1951)
boxfolder
254job files
drawings
boxfolder
553photographs
English, Harold M.; Residence, Beverly Hills, Calif. (1949-1950)
boxfolder
255job files - statements of correspondence, notice of completion, contract, misc.
6job files - drawings
7job files - dead file, drawings
8job files
drawings
oversize photograph of patio and pool
boxfolder
908prints of working drawings
boxfolder
554, 5photographs
6drawings
boxfolder
802oversized photographs
boxfolder
7430negatives
othertype
HHH 2oversized photograph (of patio and pool)
Entenza, John; Residence, Santa Monica, Calif. (1937)
boxfolder
259job files
drawings
boxfolder
557photographs
boxfolder
811oversized photographs
Esenwein, August C.; Residence remodeling, Fort Worth, Tex. (1957)
boxfolder
2510, 11job files
drawings
Eternity Park Cemetery; Veteran's Memorial, Harris County, Texas (1955 and 1960)
boxfolder
2512job files
13job files - correspondence
drawings
boxfolder
909prints of working drawings
Eure, T.D.; Apartment building, Bogue Sound, N.C. (1976, not built)
drawings
boxfolder
9010prints of working drawings
Everett, Robinson O.; Movie theater (1968)
boxfolder
2514job files
Exchange Place, Dallas, Tex.
boxfolder
2515job files - drawings
Factory and warehouse (1957)
Fallbrook House, Fallbrook, Calif. (Harris' residence) (1952)
boxfolder
2516job files
drawings
boxfolder
9011prints of working drawings
boxfolder
558photographs
boxfolder
7431negatives
boxfolder
691slides
Fayetteville State College; Classroom building for music, art and social sciences, Fayetteville, N.C. (1963)
boxfolder
2517job files - drafting room
18job files - outline specifications
19job files - correspondence
drawings
boxfolder
9012, 13prints of working drawings
Fellowship Park House, Los Angeles, Calif. (Harris' residence) (1935)
boxfolder
2520job files - correspondence, drawings
21job files - sketches, drawings
drawings
boxfolder
9014prints of working drawings
boxfolder
559drawings
10photographs
boxfolder
812oversized photographs
boxfolder
7432negatives
boxfolder
692slides
Fellowship Park; Second cottage (1940)
drawings
First Unitarian Church; New building, Dallas, Tex. (1961-1963)
boxfolder
2522job files
drawings
boxfolder
9015prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5511photographs
boxfolder
821oversized photographs
boxfolder
7433negatives
boxfolder
693, 4slides
5slides
Forrest, Bernard A.; Residence, Beverly Hills, Calif. (1941)
drawings
Fort Sill National Bank, Fort Sill, Okla. (1962)
boxfolder
2523job files - office file
boxfolder
261, 2job files
drawings
Fort Worth Planning Committee; Auditorium
boxfolder
263job files
Fraser, Horace; Residence and garage, Pasadena, Calif. (1936, not built)
drawings
Fred G. Bond Metropolitan Park, Cary, N.C. (1983) See: Cary City Park Buildings
Frederick, Louis B.; Residence, Barrington, Ill. (1956, not built)
boxfolder
264job files
5job files - record of prints used
6job files
drawings
boxfolder
9016, 17prints of working drawings
Frigidaire division of General Motors; Kitchen (1955, not built)
boxfolder
267job files
drawings
Fritz, Chester; Store and office, Los Angeles, Calif.
drawings
boxfolder
5512drawings
Fudger, Richard B.; Residence alterations, garden scheme and garage addition, Beverly Hills, Calif. (c. 1939)
drawings
boxfolder
9018prints of working drawings
Fuller, James; Residence remodeling
drawings
boxfolder
9019prints of working drawings
Furniture designs (1972, 1973, 1975)
boxfolder
268job files - drawings
drawings
boxfolder
9020prints of working drawings
Gallowhur, George; Honeymoon cottage/hunting lodge, Vermont (1944)
drawings
Gantvoort; Residence, La Canada, Calif. (1946, not built)
drawings
Garrett, Horace; Residence, Big Spring, Tex. (1957, not built)
drawings
Good Housekeeping magazine; House and garage (1946, not built)
drawings
boxfolder
9021, 22prints of working drawings
Gramer, Stella; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1935, not built)
drawings
Grandview Gardens Restaurant, Los Angeles, Calif. (1940)
drawings
boxfolder
5513photographs
14drawings
boxfolder
7434negatives
Granstedt, Greta; Residence, Hollywood, Calif. (1938)
drawings
boxfolder
5515photographs
boxfolder
822oversized photographs
boxfolder
696slides
Greenwood Mausoleum. See also: Mt. Olivet Cemetery
Greenwood Mausoleum, Fort Worth, Tex. (1957)
drawings
Greenwood addition (1973)
drawings
Griffin, P.F.; Residence, Berkeley, Calif.
drawings
Hal Anderson Associates; Apartment group, Dallas, Tex. (1961, not built)
boxfolder
269job files
drawings
Hancock, Helen; Residence alterations and additions, Los Angeles, Calif. (1946 and 1947)
drawings
Hanson, H.E.; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1950)
boxfolder
2610job files
drawings
Hardison, Joseph; Garden house, Raleigh, N.C. (1967)
drawings
Hardy, Rex, Jr.; Beach cottage, Los Angeles County, Calif. (1950)
boxfolder
2611, 12job files
drawings
boxfolder
5516photographs
Harris, Fred N.; Residence, Pasadena, Calif. (1939)
boxfolder
2613job files - notes
drawings
boxfolder
5517photographs
boxfolder
823oversized photographs
Harris, Harwell Hamilton; Apartment (Turtle Creek), Dallas, Tex.
boxfolder
5518photographs
Harris, Harwell Hamilton; Drafting room, Raleigh, N.C. (1964) (Designed by MacMillan and MacMillan, Fayetteville, N.C.)
drawings
boxfolder
911prints of working drawings
Harris, Harwell Hamilton; Garden structure, Raleigh, N.C. (1977)
drawings
Harris, Harwell Hamilton; Residence and office, Raleigh, N.C. (1968-1970)
boxfolder
2614job files
15job files - specifications
16job files - construction file
17job files - drafting room file
drawings
boxfolder
912prints of working drawings
boxfolder
561, 2photographs
boxfolder
7435negatives
boxfolder
697slides
boxfolder
701-3slides
Harris, Harwell Hamilton; Residence alterations, Raleigh, N.C. (1971)
drawings
Harris, Jacqueline; Residence additions, Pasadena, Calif. (1975)
drawings
Hasenauer, Fred; Residence alterations and additions, Los Angeles, Calif. (1932)
drawings
Hatz, F.M.; Residence, Palos Verdes, Calif. (1946, 1950)
boxfolder
2618job files
drawings
boxfolder
913prints of working drawings
Havens, Weston; Apartment units, Berkeley, Calif. (1949)
boxfolder
271, 2job files
drawings
boxfolder
563photographs
Havens, Weston; Residence and garage, Berkeley, Calif. (1940)
boxfolder
273job files
4job files - National Register of Historic Places
5job files - construction file
6job files - construction, drawings
7, 8job files - correspondence, drawings
9job files - magazine article
drawings
boxfolder
914prints of working drawings
boxfolder
564-6photographs
boxfolder
824oversized photographs
boxfolder
831oversized photographs
boxfolder
7436negatives
boxfolder
704-6slides
Havens, Weston; Residence alterations and additions, Berkeley, Calif. (1967-1968)
boxfolder
2710job files
drawings
Havens Fountain Plaza, Berkeley, Calif. (1961)
boxfolder
2711, 12job files - correspondence
13, 14job files - drawings
boxfolder
281job files - specifications and notes
2job files - clippings
3job files - newspaper clippings, 1963
4job files - after completion
drawings
boxfolder
915, 6prints of working drawings
boxfolder
567, 8photographs
9-11photographs - water nozzle opening
boxfolder
706slides
Havens Fountains, Berkeley, Calif. (1969-1970)
boxfolder
285job files - addition description
6job files - 1966-1968 -- correspondence
7job files - 1968-1969 -- correspondence
8job files - 1969 -- correspondence
9job files - 1970-1973 -- correspondence
10job files - clippings
drawings
boxfolder
917-11prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5612photographs
Hawk, Edwin (Stan), Jr.; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1939)
boxfolder
2811job files
drawings
boxfolder
571photographs
boxfolder
832oversized photographs
Head, Cecil; Display and office buildings, San Bernardino, Calif. (1948, not built)
Head, Cecil; Garage, San Bernardino, Calif. (1948)
boxfolder
2812job files
drawings
boxfolder
9112prints of working drawings
Headley, John; Residence alterations and additions, Chapel Hill, N.C. (c. 1965)
drawings
Heller, M.; Residence, Beverly Hills, Calif.
boxfolder
2813job files
Henderson, James; Residence, Pebble Beach, Calif.
boxfolder
2814job files
Heritage Square. See: North Carolina - State Government Center
Hi-Way Hotel; Project drawings for Architectural Forum's Design Decade, 1940
boxfolder
572drawings
Hines, N.P.; Residence remodeling, Mineral Wells, Tex.
boxfolder
2815job files
Holmes, V.; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif.
boxfolder
2816job files
Homestyle Center Foundation Inc.; House for the Southwest, Grand Rapids Township, Mich. (1955-1956, not built)
boxfolder
291job files - correspondence with owner
2job files - correspondence with decorator, landscape architect and manufacturers
3job files
4job files - publicity
Hopmans, A.H.; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1949)
boxfolder
295job files
drawings
Household magazine; Residence (1949, not built)
Huthsing, H.W.; Residence and garage, Los Angeles, Calif. (1947)
drawings
Ingersoll Steel and Disc Division of Borg-Warner Corp.; "U-8", house and garage, Kalamazoo County, Mich. (1945)
drawings
boxfolder
573photographs
Jelton Garage (Designed by Wurster, Bernardi and Emmons)
drawings
Jensen, Arthur; Residence (multi-family), Los Angeles, Calif. (1931)
boxfolder
574photographs
Joel, Walther; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1937)
drawings
boxfolder
575photographs
boxfolder
833oversized photographs
Johnson, J. Lee III. See: Stevenson, Ruth Carter
Johnson, Ralph; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1948)
boxfolder
296job files - drawings
drawings
boxfolder
576, 7photographs
8drawings
boxfolder
834oversized photographs
boxfolder
841oversized photographs
Kahl, Milton E.; Residence and garage, Los Angeles, Calif. (1940)
drawings
Kahn, Edmund J.; Apartment (3525 Turtle Creek #21A), Dallas, Tex. (1958)
boxfolder
297job files - correspondence
8job files - contractor file
9job files - drawings
drawings
boxfolder
9113prints of working drawings
boxfolder
579photographs
boxfolder
707slides
Kelsey, R.I.; Residence and garage, Los Angeles, Calif. (1941)
drawings
Kershner, Helene; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1935)
boxfolder
2910job files
drawings
boxfolder
5710photographs
11drawings
boxfolder
842oversized photographs
boxfolder
707slides
Kershner, Helene; Residence additions, Los Angeles, Calif. (Owner when additions done: A. Stewart Ballinger)(1948)
drawings
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Tex.
boxfolder
2911job files - work file
Hotel Kinabalu for Sharikat Pembangunan Meruntum Bay, Sabah (North Borneo), Malaysia (1972)
drawings
boxfolder
5712drawings
Kirkpatrick, Andrew; Residence, Fairfield, Conn. (1956-1957)
boxfolder
2912job files - correspondence, etc.
13job files - Fay correspondence
14job files - alternates and addendums
drawings
boxfolder
9114prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5713photographs
Klingberg, Frank W.; Residence additions, Chapel Hill, N.C. (1964)
boxfolder
2915job files
drawings
boxfolder
9115prints of working drawings
Ladies Home Journal Project; Residence for Langford Brown, Chula Vista, Calif. (1942)
See also: Brown, Langford
boxfolder
2916job files
drawings
boxfolder
899prints of working drawings
boxfolder
7437negatives
Laing, Graham; Residence, Pasadena, Calif. (1935)
boxfolder
2917job files
drawings
boxfolder
5714photographs
boxfolder
843oversized photographs
boxfolder
1426Speeches and articles, art original -- floor plan
boxfolder
4615, 16Article on Laing House
Lang, Sylvan; Residence and garage, San Antonio, Tex. (1952)
boxfolder
301job files
drawings
Lanman, H.R.; Residence, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Calif.
boxfolder
302job files
Lek, Lodewijk; Residence and garage, La Jolla, Calif. (1941)
boxfolder
303job files
drawings
boxfolder
9116prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5715photographs
16drawings
boxfolder
7438negatives
boxfolder
711slides
Lek, Lodewijk; Garden, kennels, patio, La Jolla, Calif. (1941)
drawings
Lek, Lodewijk; Residence; Kennels, patio, La Jolla, Calif. (1941)
drawings
Lewis, Donald R.; Residence, Paris
boxfolder
304job files
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; California solar house, San Marino and San Jose, Calif. (1946, not built)
boxfolder
305, 6job files
drawings
boxfolder
5717photographs
18drawings
boxfolder
7439negatives
Lindahl, Roy; Residence, Chapel Hill, N.C. (1965)
boxfolder
307job files - correspondence
8job files - job notes
9job files - details, drawings
10job files - notes
11job files - contract, change orders, payment requests, certificates of payment
12job files - furniture
13job files - drafting room
14job files - accounts file
15job files - contractors
drawings
boxfolder
9117prints of working drawings
boxfolder
5719drawings
boxfolder
712slides
Lindbloom, Pauline; Highway hotel, Los Angeles, Calif. (1945, not built)
drawings
Loeb, Gerald M.; Residence, Redding, Conn. (1947)
boxfolder
3016job files
drawings
boxfolder
921prints of working drawings
boxfolder
581photographs
boxfolder
7440negatives
Long, W.J.; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1936, not built)
drawings
Longcroft, Austin; Residence and stables, Glendale, Calif. (1946)
drawings
Longcroft, Austin; Caretaker's apartment, Glendale, Calif. (1945)
drawings
Love, Harold R.; Residence alterations, Raleigh, N.C. (1974, not built)
drawings
Lowe, Pauline; Residence, Altadena, Calif. (1934)
boxfolder
3017job files
drawings
boxfolder
582photographs
3drawings
boxfolder
844oversized photographs
boxfolder
7441negatives
Maberry, Joe; Maple Tower Apartment Building, Dallas, Tex. (1961)
drawings
boxfolder
922prints of working drawings
Mademoiselle magazine; House and garage (Dec. 1946 issue, not built)
drawings
Marquart; Residence (1940, not built)
drawings
Matignon, E.C.; Residence, Berkeley, Calif.
boxfolder
3018job files
McHenry, Dean E.; Residence and garage, Los Angeles, Calif. (1940)
drawings
boxfolder
923prints of working drawings
Meacham's; Department store, Fort Worth, Tex.
boxfolder
3019job files
Meier, F.; Residence cottage A, Los Angeles, Calif. (1941)
boxfolder
3020job files
drawings
Miller, Henry S., Jr.; Cottage, Dallas, Tex. (1961)
boxfolder
3021job files - accounts file
22job files - specifications
23job files - details, drawings
24job files - product literature
drawings
boxfolder
924, 5prints of working drawings
Montgomery, J.R.; Residence, Lawton, Okla.
boxfolder
3025job files - drawing
Mt. Hillburn Corp.; Motel-on-the-Mountain, Mount Hillburn, N.Y. (1955)
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3026job files
27job files - drafting
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311job files - drafting
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926, 7prints of working drawings
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584, 5photographs
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851oversized photographs
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712slides
Mt. Olivet Cemetery and Greenwood Mausoleum. See also: Greenwood Mausoleum for drawings.
Mt. Olivet Cemetery and Greenwood Mausoleum, Fort Worth, Tex. (1956-1957)
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312-4job files
5job files - correspondence, drawings
6job files - details, drawings
7, 8job files - Greenwood Cemetery Assn.
9job files - information about four-horse sculpture
10job files - John T. Bailey
11job files - misc. product catalogs
drawings
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928, 9prints of working drawings
10-12prints of working drawings
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586drawings
7, 8photographs
9photographs - "Looking north across White Settlement into cemetery at Big Oak Tree in circle."
10photographs - "Looking north from White Settlement."
11photographs - Court of David (first open court)
12photographs - Elk Club
(2 views)
13photographs - Court of Wisdom (second open court)
14photographs - Sanctuary of Psalms (first building)
15photographs - general photographs and 2- 8″×10″ photographs of renderings
16photographs - new horses at foundry
17photographs - original "Golden Horses" in museum room at cathedral
18photographs - replacement horses on balcony of cathedral
19drawings
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852oversized photographs
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7442negatives
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713slides
Mulvihill, J.J.; Residence, Sierra Madre, Calif. (1948-1949)
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321job files - correspondence
2, 3job files
drawings
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5820photographs
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751negatives
Mulvihill-Eisele; Sunshade for house, Sierra Madre, Calif. (1977)
drawings
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5821photographs
Musick, J.; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1938)
drawings
Muth, John; Residence revisions and additions (1958)
drawings
National Farmer's Bank of Owatonna; Owatonna, Minn. (1907) copies of Louis Sullivan drawings
See also: Security Bank and Trust Co.
drawings
National Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. (1947, 1949)
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324job files - 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951
5job files
6job files - arts exhibit building
7job files - entrance and plaza
8job files - flower exhibit building
9job files - fruit and feature exhibit building
drawings
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9213, 14prints of working drawings
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5822photographs
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591, 2photographs
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853oversized photographs
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752negatives
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713, 4slides
National Orange Show buildings; Dining hall, San Bernardino, Calif. (1950)
drawings
Naylor, Linden; Residence (#A), Berkeley, Calif. (1940)
drawings
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715slides
Naylor, Linden; Residence (#B), Berkeley, Calif. (1940)
drawings
Nesbitt, John; Lodge, portable cabin, studio, Big Sur, Calif. (1946, not built)
drawings
Nesbitt, John; Work shed, Carmel, Calif.
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3210job files
New York World's Fair; "America at Home"--Room 6 (1940)
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931prints of working drawings
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593photographs
North Carolina - State Government Center (Heritage Square), Raleigh, N.C.
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3211job files - correspondence
12job files - work file
13job files - clippings
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715slides
North Carolina Museum of Art; Gallery for the Blind, Raleigh, N.C.
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3214job files
North Carolina State University; Chancellor's residence, Raleigh, N.C.
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331job files
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932prints of working drawings
North Carolina State University; Faculty Club alterations, Raleigh, N.C.
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332job files
drawings
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933prints of working drawings
North Carolina State University; Forestry Building, Raleigh, N.C.
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333job files
North Country School; Addition to the headmaster's house, Lake Placid, N.Y. (1959-1960)
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334job files - specifications and drawings (details) (#109-59)
5job files - drafting room file (#109-59)
6job files - office file (#109-59)
7job files - (#101-65)
drawings
North Country School; Student-faculty cottages, Lake Placid, N.Y. (1967)
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338job files - (#102-66)
9job files - Camp TreeTops (#102-66)
10job files - catalogs (#102-66)
11job files - drafting room file, drawings
12job files - owner-architect (#102-66)
13job files - owner-contractor (#102-66)
drawings
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934, 5prints of working drawings
North Raleigh United Methodist Church, Raleigh, N.C. (1977, not built)
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3314job files - schematic design file
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341job files
drawings
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936prints of working drawings
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594drawings
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753negatives
Pace Setter House. See: Texas State Fair.
Palmer, Alvan; Residence, Benedict Canyon, Los Angeles, Calif.
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342job files
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937prints of working drawings
Palos Verdes College; Library, Rolling Hills Campus, Palos Verdes, Calif. (1947-1949, not built)
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343job files - IV
4job files - I - drafting room
5job files - II
6job files
drawings
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938-10prints of working drawings
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595photographs
6drawings
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754negatives
Paschal, J. Francis; Residence, Durham, N.C. (1962)
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347job files
drawings
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9311prints of working drawings
Pearson, Guy; Shopping center, San Bernardino, Calif. (1945, not built)
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348, 9job files
drawings
Pellicciotti, Alfred; Residence, Tujunga, Calif. (1939, not built)
drawings
Pennington, John; Residence (1945, not built)
drawings
Phillips, J. Robert, Jr.; Residence alterations, Dallas, Tex. (formerly the Texas State Fair House)(1957)
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3410job files
drawings
Pottenger Hospital, Monrovia, Calif. (1946, not built)
drawings
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597photographs
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755negatives
Power, J.E.; Residence, La Canada, Calif. (1939)
drawings
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598photographs
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854oversized photographs
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756negatives
Preston Road Apartments (1961)
drawings
Pugh, V. Watson; Residence, Buggs Island, Kerr Lake, Mecklenburg County, Va. (#102-64)(1964)
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3411job files
12job files - drafting room
drawings
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721slides
Pugh, V. Watson; Residence, Buggs Island, Kerr Lake, Mecklenburg County, Va. (#103-65)(1965)
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3413job files
14job files - account with contractor
15job files
16job files - account with architect
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351job files - supervision file
2job files - catalogs
drawings
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9312prints of working drawings
Pugh, Watson; Residence, Buggs Island, Kerr Lake, Va.(1965)
drawings
Pugh, V. Watson; Residence (Tara Farms), Raleigh, N.C. (#106-65)
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353job files
4job files - drafting room file, drawings
5job files - catalogs, drawings
6job files
7job files - account with owners
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9313prints of working drawings
Pugh, V. Watson; Plimpton Cottage
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358job files
Pugh, V. Watson; Residence, Raleigh, N.C. (1968, not built)
drawings
Pumphrey, Byron; Residence, Santa Monica, Calif. (1939)
drawings
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599photographs
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721slides
Ray, Alvin; Residence, Fallbrook, Calif. (1950)
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359, 10job files
drawings
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9314prints of working drawings
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5910photographs
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855oversized photographs
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757negatives
Renner-Kelling Dental Building, Raleigh, N.C.
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3511, 12job files
Revere Copper and Brass; Segmental House (not built)
drawings
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3513catalog (2 copies)
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5911drawings
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758negatives
Restland Memorial Park; North Crypt Wing No. 2, Dallas, Tex. (1950)
drawings
Ross, Floyd H.; Residence, Palos Verdes, Calif. (1941)
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3514job files
drawings
Ross, Floyd H.; Residence, Palos Verdes, Calif. (1949)
drawings
Rudd
drawing
Ryan, Robert B.; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1948, not built)
drawings
St. Giles Presbyterian Church; Raleigh, N.C.
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361job files
2job files - supervisor file
3job files
4job files - supervision, change orders
5job files - certificates of payment
6job files
7job files - sanctuary, furniture
8job files - sanctuary, accounts
9job files - sanctuary
10job files - Joe Sam Queen account, Buffaloe-Morgan account
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371job files - elementary grades building, bids material
2job files - detail drawings
3job files - billing
drawings - complex (1967-1969)
drawings - fellowship hall and office (1969)
drawings - elementary grades building (1967-1969)
drawings - 1967
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9315prints of working drawings
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5912drawings
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759negatives
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721slides
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Big Spring, Tex. (1957-1958)
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374job files - correspondence with general contractor, etc. - Robert E. McKee
5, 6job files
7job files - supervision file
8job files - alterations, detail drawings
9job files - accounts
10, 11job files
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381job files - alterations and additions, office
2job files - April 5 bidding, correspondence
drawings
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9316, 17prints of working drawings
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5913photographs
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722slides
Salen Emergency Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif. (1946)
drawings
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5914photographs
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7510negatives
San Bernardino Housing Project, San Bernardino, Calif.
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383job files
drawings
Sarber, Harry; Residence and garage, Oakland, Calif. (1947, not built)
drawings
Schwenk, E.E.; Residence and garage, Los Angeles, Calif. (1940)
drawings
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5915photographs
Security Bank and Trust Co.; Owatonna, Minn. (1956-1957)
See also: Series E - Background material for book on Owatonna Bank (not published)
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384job files - remodeling (#113-56)
5job files - remodeling (#113-56)
6job files - remodeling (#113-56)
7job files - alterations, 1958
8job files - correspondence, 1963
9job files - alterations, 1967-1970
10job files - 1972
11job files - Sommer
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391job files - remodeling, drafting room file, safe deposit dept. (#103-66)
2job files - plaque
3job files -time and temperature sign, drawings
4, 5job files
6job files - motor bank
7job files - called Northwestern Bank, branch bank
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401, 2job files - drafting room file
3job files - account
4job files - remodeling II, catalogues (#103-66)
5job files - safe deposit dept. (#103-66)
drawings - 1956-1957
drawings - 1956
drawings - drive-in facility, 1963
drawings - 1967-1970
drawings - alterations, 1972-1973
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9318prints of working drawings - signs
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941prints of working drawings - drive-in facilities, 1963-1965
2prints of working drawings - alterations, 1967-1970
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536, 7photographs
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5916photographs
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856oversized photographs
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7413negatives
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7511negatives
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723, 4slides
Share, Jerome; Garden terrace, Los Angeles, Calif. (1949)
drawings
Small Homes Guide and Home Modernizing (#109-55)
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406job files
Snyder, W.H.; Residence, North Hollywood, Calif. (1950)
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407job files
drawings
Sobieski, John G.; Residence, San Marino, Calif. (1946)
drawings
Southwest Homestyle Center Foundation Inc.; House, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1955-1957)
drawings
Sox, Harold; Residence, Atherton, Calif. (1941)
drawings
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5917photographs
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725slides
Sports Center, West Los Angeles, Calif. (1945)
drawings
Spring Hill High School, Fort Worth, Tex. (#106-55)
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408job files
Stecker, Bob, Jr.; Garage, Highland Park
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409job files
Stevenson, Ruth Carter; Residence, Fort Worth, Tex.
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4010job files - record of payment
11job files - (#101-54)
12job files
13job files - proposed changes
14job files - details, drawings
15job files - additions and alterations
16job files - addition, correspondence
17job files - addition, details, drawings
18job files
drawings - 1955-1956
drawings - additions and alterations(1959-1960)
drawings - additions and alterations(1963)
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943prints of working drawings - alterations
4, 5prints of working drawings
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5918, 19photographs
20photographs - construction photos
21photographs
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857oversized photographs
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7512negatives
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724slides
Stevenson, Ruth Carter; Vacation residence, Roaring Gap, N.C. (1977, not built)
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4019job files
drawings
Stiff, Edmund; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1938)
drawings
Stuart, Duncan; Residence, Raleigh, N.C. (1968)
drawings
Stuart, Duncan; Residence, Raleigh, N.C. (1970-1971)
drawings
Stuart, Duncan; Residence, Chapel Hill, N.C. (1968)
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4020job files (#101-68)
21, 22job files
23, 24job files - certificates for payment
drawings
Sugioka, Kenneth; Residence, Chapel Hill, N.C. (1967)
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4025job files - #103-67
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411job files - field orders
2job files
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946prints of working drawings
Sunset magazine; Residence (1943, not built)
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7513negatives
Swan residence
drawings
Sweetser, G.T.; Residence, Laurel Park, Henderson County, N.C. (1966)
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413job files - #104-65
4job files - account
5job files - contractor (#104-65)
6job files - Harris-Buesing contract
7job files - drafting room file (#104-65)
8, 9job files - catalogs (#104-65)
10job files
drawings
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947prints of working drawings
Talbot, Milton; Residence, Big Spring, Tex. (1959)
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4111job files - specifications
drawings
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948prints of working drawings
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5922photographs
23drawings
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7514negatives
Telex Office, Professional Building, San Bernardino, Calif. (1948-1949)
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4112job files
drawings
Texas State Fair. House Beautiful; Pace Setter House, Dallas, Tex. (1954)
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4113-15job files
16job files - 1954
17job files
drawings
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949prints of working drawings
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601photographs
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7515negatives
"Theater 3", Dallas (late 1950s, not built)
drawings
Tile Council of America; Room, New York, N.Y. (1957)
drawings
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7516negatives
Townsend, Courtney M.; Residence, Paris, Texas (1955-1956)
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421job files
drawings
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9410prints of working drawings
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602photographs
3drawings
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7517negatives
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726slides
Townsend, Courtney M.; Residence revision, Paris, Texas (1974)
drawings
Trade Mart: See Dallas Trade Mart
Treanor, John S.; Residence, Abilene, Tex. (1958)
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422, 3job files
4job files - #100-58
5job files
6job files - contractor-architect file (#100-58)
7job files
drawings
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9411prints of working drawings
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604, 5drawings
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858oversized photographs
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7518negatives
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725, 6slides
Treanor, John S.; Residence, Visalia, Calif. (1940, addition 1949)
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428job files
drawings
Treanor Equipment Co.; Showroom and repair shop, Delano, Calif. (1946)
drawings
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9412prints of working drawings
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606photographs
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7519negatives
United States Embassy, Helsinki, Finland (1957-1958, not built)
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429job files - conference memoranda
10job files - contract with government
11job files - foreign building office's space requirements and calculations
12job files - specifications
13job files - cost estimate, specifications, correspondence
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431job files - hardware specifications and equipment
2job files - travel
3job files - travel accounts, receipts, etc.
4job files - directory
5job files - publicity (includes 2 photos)
6job files - Sept.-Oct. 1958
7job files - Del Favero, L.V.; acting director, office of foreign buildings
8job files - Dinsmore, Lester H.; supervising architectural engineer, foreign buildings office
9job files - Fred S. Dubin Associates Inc.
10job files - England, Kaj
11job files - Hughes, William P.; director, foreign buildings office
12job files - Jorgensen, Leif E.; foreign buildings office
13job files - Kirk, Don L.
14job files - Lawrence, Henry J.; deputy director, technical foreign buildings office
15job files - McMahon, John J., Jr.; acting director (technical), foreign buildings office
16job files - Malmburg, Magnus
17job files - Mulhauser and Holmes
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441job files - Pope, Thomas J.; supervising architect (office buildings), foreign buildings office
2job files - Vander Gracht, Ides; regional director, foreign buildings office
drawings
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951, 2prints of working drawings
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607drawings
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7520negatives
Utility core for Deskey,
Valley View Regional Shopping Center. See also: Crow, Trammell
Valley View Regional Shopping Center; Farmers Market, Dallas, Tex. (1959, not built)
drawings
Van Alstyne, William; Residence, Durham, N.C. (1967)
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443job files
4job files - #105-65
5job files - account with contractor and supervision drawings
6job files - accounts file
7job files - catalogs
8job files - drafting room file (#105-65)
drawings
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608photographs
9drawings
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727slides
Van Alstyne, William and Pamela Gann; Residence, Durham, N.C. (1980, not built)
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449job files - bids
10job files
drawings
W.J. Schminke and Associates; Lounge, Los Angeles, Calif. (1946)
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4411job files
drawings
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6010photographs
Wallace, James; Residence remodeling
drawings
Watson, W.J.; Residence, Raleigh, N.C. (1977)
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4412job files
drawings
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9413prints of working drawings
Wayside Chapel, Santa Rosa, Calif. (1948-1949)
drawings
Weaver, S.E.; Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. (1950, not built)
drawings
Weston, Cole; Residence, Monterey, Calif. (1959, not built)
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4413job files - sketches
14job files - #107-59
drawings
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6011drawings
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7521negatives
drawings
Wheeler, W.H.; Alterations to apartment and professional building, San Bernardino, Calif. (1943)
drawings
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9414prints of working drawings
Wheeler, W.H.; Alterations to Airwick Offices, New York, N.Y. (1943)
drawings
Whispering Pines; Village Hall, Whispering Pines, N.C. (1972)
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4415job files
16job files - certificates of payment
drawings 1972
drawings 1973
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9415prints of working drawings
Wong, Herbert D.; Residence and garage, Los Angeles, Calif. (1940, not built)
drawings
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6012photographs
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7522negatives
Wood, Frederick Hoffman; Residence, Fairfield, Conn. (1948)
drawings
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6013photographs
Woodall, J.M.; Residence, Big Spring, Tex. (1959)
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451-3job files
drawings
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9416prints of working drawings
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6014photographs
15drawings
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7523negatives
Wright, Wesley Francis; Residence alterations and additions, Dallas, Tex. (1959, not built)
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454, 5job files
drawings
Wright, Wesley Francis, Jr.; Residence and garage, Dallas, Tex. (1959-1961)
drawings
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6016drawings
Wyle, Clarence H.; Estate, Ojai, Calif. (1948)
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456job files
drawings
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953prints of working drawings
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6017photographs
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859oversized photographs
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7524negatives
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727slides
X-Ray and Clinical Laboratory Professional Building, San Bernardino, Calif. (1949)
drawings
Zaytoun, Henry S.; Residence, Raleigh, N.C.
drawings



SERIES H: PUBLISHED ARTICLES ABOUT HARRIS' WORK

Series Abstract
The Published Articles series is made up of articles about Harris and his designs. Harris compiled a list of articles for each year. Each list is housed in the first folder for that year. It is organized chronologically and includes articles from 1930 through 1989. See the References section above for a list of titles provided by Harris, where no copies are available in this collection.
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461Undated: California Ranch House, Ingersoll Steel Division, brochure: p. 8-9.
2Undated: Ceramic Tile, House Beautiful mock-up.
3Undated: Frigidaire Kitchen Plan, brochures.
4Undated: Weisskamp, Herbert. Hauser und Garten in Kalifornien. (page proofs)
51930: "Ein Amerikanischer Flughafen." Die Form 5 Jahr (Apr. 1930): p. 184-5.
61930: "Projekt fur Einen Flugverkehrs -- Umschlaghof Rush City." Deutsche Bauzeitung 64 Jahr (Feb. 1930): p. 21-3.
71930: "Terminals?--Transfer!" Architectural Record 68 (Aug. 1930): p. 99-104.
81934: "Suggesting the Japanese." House Beautiful (Oct. 1934): p. 72-3. (Pauline Lowe house)
91935: "In Designing the Small House." California Arts and Architecture 47 (Jan. 1935): p. 20. (Pauline Lowe house)
101935: "The Upper Ground." Pencil Points (Mar. 1935): p. 113.
111935: "Concerning Competitions." California Arts and Architecture 47 (May 1935): p. 27. (Pauline Lowe house)
121935: "California Charges." Architectural Forum (June 1935): p. 42. (Pauline Lowe house)
131935: "What Constitutes Plagiarism in Architecture?" Aperitif 1 (1935): p. 12. (Pauline Lowe house)
141935: Announcement of December Number's contents (including HHH). Architect and Engineer 123 (Oct. 1935).
151935: "101 New Small Houses." Architectural Forum (Oct. 1935): p. 316-7, 360-1. (Graham Laing, Pauline Lowe houses)
161935: "A Frank Lloyd Wright House with a Hat On." California Arts and Architecture (Nov. 1935): p. 20-1. (Graham Laing house)
171935: Pauline Lowe House, Graham Laing House. Architect and Engineer (Dec. 1935): p. 42-5.
181937: "A House in Fellowship Park, Los Angeles, Calif." California Arts and Architecture (Mar. 1937); p. 24-5. (HHH house)
191937: "Oriental Calm for the West." House Beautiful (Mar. 1937): p. 46. (HHH Fellowship Park house)
201937: "House in Fellowship Park, Los Angeles, Calif." Architectural Forum (Apr. 1937): p. 278-81. (HHH house)
211937: "Residence for John Entenza." California Arts and Architecture (July 1937): p. 33.
221937: "House in Fellowship Park." Pittsburgh Glass Institute Competition. Architectural Forum (Aug. 1937): p. 75-6, 82-3. (HHH house)
231937: "Los Angeles Home of Miss Helene Kershner." California Arts and Architecture (Aug. 1937): p. 29.
241937: "Novel Nautical House Idea." LAAC Mercury (Sept. 25, 1937): p. 8. (John Entenza house)
251937: "Honor Awards." California Arts and Architecture (Nov. 1937): p. 10. (List of names)
261937: "Honor Awards for Residential Architecture and the Allied Arts." Southern California Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. (program)
271937: Walther Joel house, details. Architectural Forum (Oct. 1937).
281938: "Planning a Physician's Office Suite." Architectural Record (Feb. 1938): p. 59.
291938: "The House Unpretentious But Convenient." Arts and Decoration (Mar. 1938): p. 27-9.
301938: "A House for Miss Marion Clark at Carmel-by-the-Sea." California Arts and Architecture (Mar. 1938): p. 27-9.
311938: "A Dwelling for Mr. John Entenza, Santa Monica, Calif." California Arts and Architecture (May 1938): p. 26-7.
321938: "A Residence Designed for Miss Greta Granstedt in Hollywood." California Arts and Architecture (July 1938): p. 18.
331938: "A House that Grows and Grows." Sunset (Aug. 1938): p. 14-5. (Pauline Lowe house)
341938: "House for Miss Helene Kershner, Los Angeles, Calif." Architectural Record (Oct. 1938): p. 100-2.
351938: Fellowship Park House living room. Architect and Engineer (Dec. 1938): p. 42. (HHH house)
361939: George Bauer residence. Architect and Engineer (Mar. 1939): p. 38-9.
371939: "Wood." California Arts and Architecture (May 1939): p. 16-7, 40.
381939: "People in Glass Houses Will be Very Comfortable." Studebaker Wheel (May 1939): p. 11. (George Bauer house)
391939: "The Residence of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Bauer." California Arts and Architecture (Aug. 1939): p. 19-21.
401939: "Ein Sommerhaus am Waldesrand." Das Ideale Heim (Oct. 1939): p. 323-4. (HHH Fellowship Park house)
411939: "Fireplaces." California Arts and Architecture (Nov. 1939): p. 18. (Robert Campbell house)
421939: Lamella dome, Summerbell roof structures ad. Southwest Builder and Contractor (May 1939): p. 55.
431940: "Modern Light for Living." California Arts and Architecture (Jan. 1940): p. 28. (Helene Kershner house)
441940: "Houses by Harwell Hamilton Harris." Architectural Forum (Mar. 1940): reprint. (Granstedt, de Steiguer, Hawk, Blair, House in La Canada)
451940: "Three Modern California Houses." California Arts and Architecture (Apr. 1940): p. 18-9. (Greta Granstedt house)
461940: Hamlin, Talbot F. "Interior Decoration, 1940." Pencil Points (July 1940): p. 438. (New York World's Fair room)
471940: New York World's Fair room. California Redwood Association (1940), brochure.
481940: "The Highway Hotel." Architectural Forum (Oct. 1940), reprint.
491940: Hitchcock, Russell. "An Eastern Critic Looks at Western Architecture." California Arts and Architecture (Dec. 1940): p. 21-3, 40-1. (no HHH in this issue)
501941: "Houses." Architectural Record (Jan. 1941): p. 94-5. (Fred Harris house)
511941: "Young America Builds." Mademoiselle (Aug. 1941): pp. 238-9, 340, 342, 346-9, 352. (HHH profile)
521941: "Two-way cupboards." Architectural Forum (Oct. 1941): p. 281. (Stan Hawk house)
531942: Hamlin, Talbot. "The Trend of American Architecture." Harpers magazine (Jan. 1942): reprint.
541942: "Western Living." California Arts and Architecture (Mar. 1942): p. 34-5. (HHH picture, quote and Greta Granstedt house)
551942: "New California Architecture." Time Apr. 20, 1942): p. 48. (Greta Granstedt house)
561942: "The Browns Build a Wartime House with Peace Aims." Ladies Home Journal (July 1942): p. 66.
571942: "The New House 194X." Architectural Forum (Sept. 1942): p. 66.
581942: "For Quicker Start in 194X." Architectural Forum (Dec. 1942): p. 108-9. (Segmental House for Revere Copper and Brass Inc.)
591942: "A House With a Future." Revere Copper and Brass Inc. (1942): booklet. (Segmental House)
601942: "Blueprints of Tomorrow." Sunset (1942): announcement booklet.
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4711943: Lek house. New Pencil Points (May 1943): p. 50-5.
21943: "Blueprints of Tomorrow." Sunset (May 1943): p. 12-5. (Cecil Birtcher house)
31943: "Blueprints of Tomorrow." Sunset (July 1943): p. 10-3.
41943: "Hillside House for Weston Havens." Architectural Forum (Sept. 1943): p. 76-87.
51943: "A House with a View." Interiors (Sept. 1943): p. 18-23. (Weston Havens house, includes Man Ray photographs)
61943: "Why Modern Design?" American Lumberman (Oct. 2, 1943): p. 18-21. (Edward de Steiguer and Greta Granstedt houses)
71944: "Scene from Above." House and Garden (Jan. 1944): p 54-6. (Weston Havens house)
81944: "How to Judge Modern." House Beautiful (Aug. 1944): p. 49-57, 70-1. (Weston Havens house)
91944: "Harwell Hamilton Harris, Arquitecto." Revista de Arquitectura (Agosto 1944): p. 364-72. (Weston Havens house, includes Man Ray photographs)
101944: "Our Homes and Our Children." Household magazine (Oct. 1944): p. 1. (Edward de Steiguer nursery)
111944: "Harwell Harris Planned for Convenience First." Better Homes and Gardens 23 (Nov. 1944): p. 20-1.
121945: "Modern or Traditional." Better Homes and Gardens (Feb. 1945): p. 28, 100-1.
131945: "In the Forum." Architectural Forum (Apr. 1945): p. 58.
141945: "A `California' House for the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts." Womens Home Companion (Apr. 1945): p. 138-9. (Lawrence Shumway house)
151945: "Western Home No. 1." Western Family (Aug. 16, 1945): p. 10-1, 23. (HHH Fellowship Park house)
161945: "Modern in California." Home Furnishings (June 1945): p. 26. (Havens house)
171945: "Meet Harwell Hamilton Harris." House Beautiful (July 1945): p. 54-5.
181945: "A House You Can Afford." Household magazine (Aug. 1945): cover, p. 4.
191945: "The California Way of Life." Life (Oct. 22, 1945): p. 105, 114-5. (Lodewijk Lek house)
201945: Havens house. Magazine of Art (Nov. 1945): cover.
211946: "La Vivienda del Manana." Proyectos y Materiales (Febrero 1946): p. 10-1. (George Bauer house)
221946: "Harwell H. Harris shows his West Coast skill in a Midwestern environment." Architectural Forum 84 (Feb. 1946): p. 94-6. (Ingersoll house)
231946: Home of Mr. Weston Havens. Homes and Interiors (2nd quarter 1946): p. 72-4.
241946: "Eight Men on a Unit." Interiors (May 1946): p. 83-4. (Ingersoll house)
251946: "Inventive design." House and Garden (May 1946): p. 78. (Weston Havens house)
261946: "How to Successfully Mix New and Old." House Beautiful 88 (Sept. 1946): p. 110-3. (John Mason house)
271946: "Hillside sites make the most interesting houses." House Beautiful 88 (Oct. 1946): p. 165-8. (Lee Blair house)
281946: "Houses in Western USA." Architectural Review 100 (Dec. 1946): p. 159-60.
291946: Residence on Washington Mountain. Architectural Digest 11 [1946]: 1-7.
301947: HHH folio - 6 built, 2 unbuilt. Nuestra Arquitectura (enero 1947): p. 3-31. (Lodewijk Lek, Weston Havens, Cecil Birtcher, Grandview Gardens, Ingersoll, Pottenger Hospital)
311947: "Dress for the Sun." Holiday (Feb. 1947): p. 82. (HHH house, Fellowship Park)
321947: "The House You Want." Mademoiselle (Spring 1947).
331947: "Adroit handling of wood marks this hilltop house." Architectural Forum (Dec. 1947): p. 102-3. (Cecil Birtcher house)
341947: Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co. ad. American Builder (Oct. 1947). (Weston Havens house)
351947: "California." Your Solar House. New York: Simon and Schuster: p. 124-5.
361948: "Sales Suite, Los Angeles, Calif." Progressive Architecture (July 1948): p. 62.
371948: "Architects with Exhibit in Australia." Architect and Engineer (Aug. 1948): p. 35.
381948: "Architects `Down Under'." Fortnight 5 (Sept. 10, 1948): p. 11. (Cecil Birtcher house)
391949: "San Francisco Houses." Life (Sept. 5, 1949): p. 44-63. (Weston Havens house)
401949: "Rhythmic Integration of Panel Elements." Practical Builder (Dec. 1949): p. 76-9.
411950: "The New American Architecture Started 70 Years Ago." House Beautiful (May 1950): p. 135. (HHH house, Fellowship Park)
421950: "A House with Disappearing Walls - or How to Live Attractively in One Room." House and Garden (June 1950): p. 118-23, 158-9. (Gerald Loeb house)
431950: "Motion Pictures Document Growth of Architecture's Western Movement." Redwood News (Summer 1950): p. 14. (Weston Havens house)
441950: "Bostadsbygge i Californien." Byggmastaren (Nov. 1950): p. 102-4. (Weston Havens and Clarence Wyle houses)
451950: "Private Retreat: Redding, Conn." Progressive Architecture (Dec. 1950): p. 45-8. (Gerald Loeb house)
461950: Lodewijk Lek house. Previews Inc. (June 1950): sales brochure no. 7030.
471951: "A House to Grow with Your Future." Los Angeles Times Home magazine (June 3, 1951): p. 6-7. (Segmental House for Revere Copper and Brass Inc.)
481951: "Timeless California." Los Angeles Times Home magazine (July 29, 1951): p. 3-5. (Mulvihill house)
491951: "Fields of Light." Sunset (Oct. 1951): p. 47. (Harold English house)
501951: "Three California Houses and a Tradition Revitalized." Architectural Forum (Oct. 1951): p. 162-70.
511952: California Redwood Association. NCC, AIA Bulletin insert (Jan. 1952). (Weston Havens house)
521952: "Casa en Fellowship." Nuestra Arquitectura (Mar. 1952): p. 82-5. (HHH house, Fellowship Park)
531952: "Oasis for Good Living." House and Home (Mar. 1952): p. 90-4.
541952: "Gordon Drake, 1917-1952." House and Home (Mar. 1952): p. 95-104.
551952: "Modern with a Warm Look." Los Angeles Times Home magazine (May 11, 1952): p. 4-5. (James Elliott house)
561952: "The Small House on the Cover." Sunset (Sept. 1952): p. 44-5, 77-8. (Rex Hardy house)
571952: "Architecture as an Art." Journal of the American Institute of Architects (Nov. 1952): p. 216-9.
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4811953: "Simple Ideas from a Complex House." House and Home (Jan. 1953): p. 126-31. (Ralph Johnson house)
21953: "Observations on Mexico's University City." Journal of the American Institute of Architects (Jan. 1953): p. 13.
31953: "Do these Pioneer Designs Foreshadow the Look of Tomorrow's Popular House?" House and Home (Feb. 1953). (Ralph Johnson house)
41953: "Let's Include Everybody In." House and Home (June 1953): p. 114. (Ralph Johnson house)
51953: "Above the Valley." Los Angeles Times Home magazine (June 7, 1953): p. 14-5. (Clarence Wyle house)
61953: "Oriental Influence on American Art and Architecture." 85th Convention, AIA, Seattle (June 15-19, 1953): p. 15. (luncheon seminar)
71953: "The Evolution Of, and Future Trends In, Residential Architecture." Southwest Appraisal Conference, Dallas (Sept. 24-26, 1953).
81953: "Like Your Veblen Hotter?" Saturday Review (July 25, 1953): p. 19, 30.
91953: "Rhythmic Integration of Panel Elements." Perspecta 2, The Yale Architectural Journal (1953): p. 36-44.
101954: "Architectural Trends." The Review, Society of Residential Appraisers (Feb. 1954): p. 7-11.
111954: "The Art of Building." The Alcalde, UT Alumni magazine (June 1954): p. 282.
121954: "Work Has Begun at Fair Grounds on Harwell Harris' Model House." Dallas Morning News (July 4, 1954).
131954: "Northwest Architects Meet at Eugene." Architectural Record (Oct. 1954): p. 16.
141954: Pace Setter House. The Alcalde, UT Alumni magazine (Oct. 1954): p. 26.
151954: Pace Setter House. Dallas Morning News (Oct. 10, 1954): whole section.
161954: Pace Setter House. Dallas Times Herald. (Oct. 10, 1954).
171954: Fireplace. Sunset (Nov. 1954): p. 54. (Ralph Johnson house)
181954: Chadwick School Calendar, 1954.
191955: "A Regional Architectural Expression." Architectural Record (Jan. 1955): Western Section.
201955: Dressing table, Ralph Johnson house. Sunset (Jan. 1955): p. 50.
211955: Pace Setter House. House Beautiful (Feb. 1955): whole issue.
221955: Pace Setter House. House Beautiful (Mar. 1955.)
231955: Pace Setter House in California Redwood Assn. ad. House and Home (Mar. 1955): p. 65.
241955: Pace Setter House. House Beautiful (Apr. 1955).
251955: Pace Setter House reprints from House Beautiful. Southern Pine Assn.: brochure.
261955: "Architecture and the New Package Style." The New Republic (Apr. 4, 1955): p. 15.
271955: Pace Setter House in California Redwood Assn. ad. House and Home (May 1955): p. 290.
281955: Pace Setter House. Redwood News (Spring 1955): p. 15.
291955: Frigidaire `Kitchen Plan' program. House and Home (July 1955).
301955: News of Harris resignation and succession at the University of Texas. AIA Journal (Nov. 1955).
311955: Award of Merit for Pace Setter House. House and Home (Oct. 1955).
321956: "Western Architects to Design Exhibition Houses." Architectural Record (Jan. 1956): p. 28.
331956: "American Beauty." The New Yorker (Mar. 3, 1956): p. 24.
341956: "Architecture of the Los Angeles Region." Architectural Record (May 1956): p. 164. (Clarence Wyle house)
351956: "The Contemporary House in the American Southwest." Roswell Museum Bulletin 4 (Summer 1956).
361956: "The Motel on the Mountain." Interiors (Sept. 1956): p. 102-7.
371956: "Patio Bathroom." Home Modernizing (7th edition): p. 79, 124-6.
381956: Centennial of American Architecture fact sheet, Frederick Gutheim. Exhibition in the National Gallery (May 14-July 15, 1957).
391956: "Two Motels: Atlantic Coast Motel Has Pacific Design." Architectural Forum (Aug. 1956): p. 123-7. (Motel on the Mountain)
401956: "City Architect Named to Do Helsinki Design." (Aug. 26, 1956). Unidentified newspaper clipping.
411957: "By-Passed Land." House and Home (Feb. 1957): p. 108-13.
421957: "Houses Since 1907." Architectural Record (Feb. 1957): p. 199-206. (Weston Havens house)
431957: "Architect Designs `House for Southwest', Finnish Embassy." The Royal Report (Apr. 1957): p. 4.
441957: "What's Your Line?" University of Oklahoma 17th Annual Career Conference (Apr. 1957).
451957: "Contemporary: the Hotels, the Holidays." Vogue (July 1957): p. 74-5. (Motel on the Mountain)
461957: "Motel Hung on a Hilltop." Life (Aug. 12, 1957): p. 93-8. (Motel on the Mountain)
471957: Announcement of the Texas Quarterly. UT Record (Winter 1957-58).
481957: "One Hundred Years of the American House." House and Home (May 1957): p. 119. (HHH house, Fellowship Park)
491958: Pace Setter House in California Redwood Assn. ad. Sunset (Feb. 1958): p. 73.
501958: Rededication of Sullivan's Owatonna bank building (Security Bank and Trust Co.). Address by James M. Fitch (Jun. 12, 1958).
511958: "Making a Monument Work." Architectural Forum (July 1958): reprint. (Security Bank and Trust Building)
521958: "The rise in apartments." Architectural Forum (Sept. 1958): p. 109. (HHH apartment in Howard Meyer's building, Dallas)
531958: "Simple Plan for Privacy." Life (Sept. 29, 1958). (Courtney Townsend house)
541958: Dining room and garden for the Ceramic Tile Council. House Beautiful (Nov. 1958): reprint.
551958: "A House to Show the Fun of Family Life." House and Home (Dec. 1958): p. 128-9. (Courtney Townsend house)
561958: "Simple Plan for Privacy." Life (Sept. 16-Oct. 6, 1958): reprint of series called "The US Need for More Livable Homes." (Courtney Townsend house)
571959: "On View in Moscow." Dallas Morning News (July 6, 1959). (National Orange Show Feature Exhibits Building)
581959: Dallas Trade Mart. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Products 68: p. 4-7.
591959: Construction Materials Mart. Folder for rental uses. Drawings.
601960: Frank Lloyd Wright Memorial Issue, written and designed by Lloyd Wright. Architectural Design (Jan. 1960): p. 26. (Weston Havens and J. Lee Johnson/Ruth Carter Stevenson houses)
611960: "Measuring the Architect's Professional Philosophy." St. Louis Construction Record (Apr. 12, 1960): p. 13.
621960: Convention program. Missouri Association of Registered Architects (Apr. 29-30, 1960).
631960: 1960 National Gold Medal Exhibition of the Building Arts. The Architectural League of New York. (Motel on the Mountain)
641960: Andrews, Wayne. Architecture in America. (1960): p. 173. (Weston Havens house)
651960: Zevi, Bruno. Towards an Organic Architecture. London: Faber & Faber Ltd., 1960: p. 120, 126, 127, 128.
661960: "Dallas Trade Mart... New Marketplace in the Southwest." Pittsburgh Plate Glass Products 68 no. 3: p 4-7.
671960: Armstrong Floors ads. [no citation] (Dallas Trade Mart)
681961: Lynes, Russell. "Everything's Up-to-date in Texas... But Me." Harpers (May 1961): p. 38-42.
691961: Architectural Forum letter. (Feb. 1, 1961).
701961: "An Island of Beauty on Main Street." Architectural Record, Western section (May 1961): p. 32-3. (Havens Memorial Fountain Plaza)
711961: Trade Mart Court. P.C. Bulletin 96 (June 1961): p. 37.
721961: "The New Face of Texas." Fortune (Oct. 1961): p. 130.
731961: Dedication program. Havens Fountain Plaza (Oct. 26, 1961).
741961: "The Mind of an Architect." The Berkeley Review (Nov. 30, 1961).
751961: "Harwell Hamilton Harris, Architect of Our New Unitarian Church Building." Unitarian Church of Dallas.
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4911962: "Architects in the News." AIA Memo (Jan. 15, 1962): p. 3. (HHH to join faculty of School of Design, North Carolina State College)
21962: "What's New with Harwell Hamilton Harris?" House and Home (Jan. 1962): p. 100-7. (Ralph Johnson, Alvin Ray, Clarence Wyle, Weston Havens, J. Lee Johnson/Ruth Carter Stevenson, John Treanor, Pace Setter houses)
31962: "Internationally Renowned Architect to Join North Carolina State School of Design Faculty." Statelog, North Carolina State College (Jan. 1962).
41962: "The WHY of an Architect's Design." Architectural Record, Western section (Feb. 1962): p. 32-8. (Havens Fountain)
51962: "Greenwood, Mount Olivet." Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Advertising supplement.
61962: "First Person Bliss." House Beautiful (Jan. 1962): p. 96-7. (Rex Hardy house)
71962: Current Biography (Jan. 1962): p. 12-4.
81962: "Fort Worth Mausoleum Named Outstanding by Architects." National Association of Cemeteries (Jan. 1962): p. 6. (Greenwood Mausoleum)
91962: "Fort Worth Mausoleum Named Outstanding by Architects." Southern Cemetery (Feb.-Mar. 1962): p. 6. (Greenwood Mausoleum)
101963: "The 20th Century Look of a Gardener's Garden." House Beautiful (May 1963): p. 160-3. (J. Lee Johnson/Ruth Carter Stevenson house)
111963: "North Carolina State College Student Wins Architecture Scholarship." The Southern Architect (June 1963): p. 23.
121964: "This is the Church that Bob Built." The Unitimes (Spring 1964). (First Unitarian Church of Dallas)
131964: "The Dallas Unitarian" (Apr. 5, 1964).
141964: "The 1964 Religious Buildings Architectural Exhibit." First Unitarian Church, Dallas (Apr. 8, 1964).
151964: Announcement. Southwestern Unitarian Universalist Conference (Apr. 10-12, 1964).
161964: Program from the Dedication Service. First Unitarian Church of Dallas (Apr. 12, 1964).
171965: "Two NCAIA Members Honored by AIA." North Carolina Architect (May 1965): p. 6.
181965: List of New Fellows, Investiture June 18, 1965.
191965: "Harris Named in Who's Who." North Carolina Architect (July 1965): p. 8, 19, 20.
201965: "Harwell Hamilton Harris: a collection of his writings and buildings." Student Publication of the School of Design 14, no. 5.
211965: Honors/Fellowships for 37 Members. AIA Journal (June 1965) : p. 22.
221965: "AIA Elects 37 Fellows." Architectural Record (May 1965): p. 23.
231965: Program. AIA Annual Dinner/Investitute of Fellows (June 18, 1965).
241965: Andrews, Wayne. "The Impatient Evolution of the American House." House Beautiful (Feb. 1965): p. 91.
251965: Image, Student Publication of the School of Architecture, The University of Texas (May 1, 1965): p. 28.
261965: "The Virile Roots." AIA Journal (Dec. 1965): p. 39.
271965: "Architect Harris Honored." North Carolina Museum of Art Calendar of Art Events (Aug.-Sept. 1965).
281966: "Design Dimensions." North Carolina Architect (Sept. 1966): p. 8, 16-7.
291967: "A Museum Building is Special." North Carolina Architect (May/June 1967): p. 9, 38-9, 41-2, 45. (editorial)
301968: "Why Nature?" North Carolina Architect (June/July 1968): p. 11.
311970: St. Giles Presbyterian Church, description and site plan. Leaders' Almanac (June 1, 1970): p. 10.
321974: "Architecture West." Progressive Architecture 5: 74 (May 1974): p. 38.
331975: "The Brothers Greene." Architectural Record (Nov. 1975): p. 45, 47.
341976: "Modern Architecture Los Angeles Beyond Neutra and Schindler." Southern California Institute of Architecture (Fall 1976): announcement.
351976: "Highlights of American Architecture 1776-1976." AIA Journal (July 1976). (Weston Havens and HHH Fellowship Park houses)
361976: "Architect Now in Residence." The Miamian (Nov. 18, 1976).
371977: "AIA Gold Modal, First in Five Years Awarded to Neutra." North Carolina Architect (May/June 1977): p. 8-11.
381977: Studio Critics for 1977-78. Miami University Master of Architecture Program.
391978: "The Search for Postmodern Architecture." Crit 4, The Architectural Student Journal (Fall 1978): p. 18.
401978: "Regionalism." North Carolina Architect (Jan./Feb. 1978): p. 10-1.
411978: Dallas Market Center. Architectural Review (Nov. 1978): p. 312.
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5011980: "Rediscovering Harwell Hamilton Harris." Texas Architect (Mar./Apr. 1980): reprint.
21980: "Harwell Hamilton Harris: the Architect as Artist." North Carolina Architect (May/June 1980): p. 17-21.
31980: "The Horizonal City (Los Angeles)." The New Yorker (Sept. 15, 1980): p. 109-146. (mention of HHH, p. 141)
41980: Emanuel, Muriel, ed. Contemporary Architects. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1980: p. 345-8.
51980: Review of Contemporary Architects. North Carolina Architect (Sept./Oct. 1980): p. 16-7.
61980: "Renewal: Blending Architecture and Decor." Architectural Digest (Nov. 1980): p. 76-83. (Harold English house)
71981: "The Coming of Age of Interior Design." Spectator (Apr. 2, 1981): p. C6. (Harold English house)
81981: "Les Nouvelles Maisons Blanches." Maison Francaise (Juin 1981): p. 88-93. (Harold English house)
91982: "The Successes of Modern Architecture." North Carolina Architect (July-Aug. 1982): p. 14-6.
101982: "A Legacy of Times and Places." The Museum of California (Nov./Dec. 1982): p. 3-5.
111983: "New church sanctuary harmonizes with nature." The Raleigh Times (May 14, 1983): p. 6-A. (St. Giles Presbyterian Church)
121985: "Harwell H. Harris." Texas Homes (July 1985): p. 35-8.
131989: "Two houses by Harwell Hamilton Harris." Fine Homebuilding (Aug./Sept. 1989): p. 70-4.



SERIES I: FILES ON OTHER ARCHITECTS

Series Abstract
This series of files on other architects includes articles, clippings, photographs and slides on the work of architects of interest to Harris. The series is organized alphabetically by the name of the architect. Preceding the lists of files on architects is a small group of articles about topics on architecture.
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511"Allied Arts." (Wolf Von Eckardt)
2"New Church Architecture in Germany." Architectural Record (June 1962): p. 125-40.
3"The Sky Line." (The New Yorker, n.d.)
4"Thomas Edison's concrete house." Concrete Construction (June 1965): p. 204.
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611Unidentified photographs of work by other architects
2Andrews, Wayne - Photographs by Andrews of unidentified buildings
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515Baerman, Walter. "Industrial Design: a changing profession." Industrial Design (Sept. 1965).
Barrow, David; St. Matthews Episcopal Church
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516correspondence
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613photographs (originally filed with the correspondence)
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517Fitch, James M. "The Impact of Technology." AIA Journal (Aug. 1960): p. 34-38.
Griffin, Walter Burley
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731slides - Castlecray [sic]
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518Gropius, Walter
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5014Kahn, Louis I. (Kimbell Art Museum opening)
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519Leipziger-Pearce, Hugo. "Regional Planning and the Interdisciplinary University." Image 4 (1966): reprint.
10Mumford, Lewis. "The Future of the City." Architectural Record (Oct. 1962): p. 121-62.
11Nervi, Pier Luigi. "The Place of Structure in Architecture." Architectural Record (July 1956): p. 189-91.
Neutra, Richard
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5112clippings and articles
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614photographs - projects (originally filed with clippings and articles)
5photographs (originally filed with clippings and articles)
6photographs (originally filed with clippings and articles)
Sullivan, Louis
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617photographs (originally filed with clippings and articles)
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732slides (various works)
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5113Wright, Frank Lloyd. "The weekend house." (description of a desert camp) Architectural Record (August 1930): p. 188-91.
Wright, Frank Lloyd
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14articles
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618photographs (originally filed with articles)
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732slides - Barnsdall
3slides - Pole residence, Storer residence, unidentified residences
4slides - part of 1954 and Guggenheim
5slides - theatre, Price Tower
6slides - Johnson Wax, Imperial Hotel, Taliesen
7slides - Ennis residence



SERIES J: BOOK

Series Abstract
The Book series is an entry for the book by Lewis Storrs Jr., entitled The Key to Your New Home: a Primer of Livable and Practical Houses. (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co. Inc., 1938).
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5015Storrs, Lewis, Jr., ed. The Key to Your New Home: a Primer of Livable and Practical Houses. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co. Inc., 1938.



SERIES K: VISUAL MATERIAL

Series Abstract
The Visual Materials series is made up of four sub-series. Sub-series K1: Photographs includes portraits of Harris and his wife, personal photographs, exhibition prints, travel photographs and book illustrations. Sub-series K2: Slides is made up of personal and travel slides (travel slides are organized alphabetically by location). Slides on Harris' professional work can be found in Series G: Architectural Projects. Slides on other architects' work can be found in Series I: Files on other architects. Sub-series K3: Negatives includes both personal and professional images. Negatives on Harris' professional work can be found in Series G: Architectural Projects. Sub-series K4: Movie/Videotape includes a 16mm art film made by the Harrises and Major and Downing Thomas in the late 1950s and a videotape of a lecture given by Harris in 1985. Digital representations of some of these items are available at Texas ScholarWorks for remote viewing.



K1: PHOTOGRAPHS

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521Unidentified buildings, people, landscapes
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78Portraits of Harris
(3 images)
Sketch of Harris
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522-5Personal photographs: Harwell Hamilton Harris
6Portraits: Jean Murray Harris
7Images of Abe Plotkin, Jean Murray Harris' first husband
8Personal photographs: Richard and Dione Neutra
9Images of Kinabalu, Malaysia
10Exhibition images
11Exhibition images: Fayetteville (N.C.) Museum of Art (May 23-June 27, 1982)
12Exhibition images: University of Texas at Austin, 1985
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78Southern California Institute of Architects Dinner
(2 oversized photographs)
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531Travel photographs: Finland
2Travel photographs: San Francisco
3Travel photographs: Texas
4Texas - Historic buildings
5Illustrations for "Development of California Architecture" (originally housed in folder titled Minor White and students)
6, 7Security Bank and Trust Co., Owatonna, Minn.
See also: Series E - Background for book
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538Carl Bennett and family (Security Bank and Trust)
9Perspectives of Harris' projects
See Series G: Architectural Projects for an inventory of photographic images of Harris' buildings.



K2: SLIDES

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621Personal (birthday party, group portrait)
2-6Travel - unidentified location
7Travel - Biloxi, Miss.
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631Travel - Borneo
2, 3Travel - California
4Travel - Canyon de Chelly, Arizona
5Travel - Chicago trip with Architecture class (1954)
6Travel - Chicago trip, Colorado
7Travel - Cologne
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641Travel - Epidaurus, Expo '67
2, 3Travel - Greece
4, 5Travel - Helsinki
6Travel - Hidden Hollow (Frances Gumberg)
7Travel - Kota K
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651Travel - Malaysia
2Travel - Malaysia, Mexico II
3Travel - Mexico
4Travel - Mexico trip with architecture class (1952)
5Travel - Monte Alban - Mexico, Mitla
6Travel - New York, Northwest U.S.
7Travel - Paris
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661Travel - Pedang Ceremonies; Rhodes
2Travel - Rome
3Travel - St. Louis Temple (Mendelsohn)
4Travel - Savannah, Ga.
5Travel - Seattle to San Franciso trip with Swanks (1953)
6Travel - Seattle to San Francisco; Singapore (1978)
7Travel - Singapore (1978), Spain
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671Travel - Sweden
2Travel - Switzerland, Turin
3Travel - Venice
4, 5California residences photographed by Edward Park
See Series G: Architectural Projects for an inventory of slide images of Harris' buildings.
See Series I: Files on other architects for an inventory of slide images of their work.



K3: NEGATIVES

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741Unidentified people
2Unidentified buildings and landscapes
3Portraits of Harris - Dapprich, 1937, Graflex
4Portraits of Harris - Kellett Imandt, 1965
5Portraits of Harris - Kellett Imandt, copy negative by Lorenz, 1981
6Portrait of Harris - Man Ray
7Sculpture by Harris - head of Clive Delbridge
8House project, 1929, for Neutra's class
9Neutra, Richard and Dione
10Dream house
11Angkor Wat; figure rubbing, Dec. 17, 1975
12Historic buildings in Texas
13Security Bank and Trust Co.. Owatonna, Minn.
14Japanese screen - Pratt and Box
See Series G: Architectural Projects for an inventory of negative images of Harris' buildings.



K4: MOVIE/VIDEOTAPE

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76"The Tale of Genji." 16mm art film by the Harrises and Major and Downing Thomas based on the images painted on a 17th century Japanese folding screen which was in the Harris' Turtle Creek Apartment. (late 1950s)
Videotape documenting a lecture by HHH on 2/22/1985 and the opening reception for the Harris exhibition of the same date.
Videotape of lecture by Harris and opening reception for the Harris exhibition, February 22, 1985.



L: AUDIO MATERIAL

Series Abstract
The Audio Material series includes unidentified material, taped interviews of Harris given by Judy Stonefield in August of 1979, as well as tapes of talks given by other lecturers. Service copies are available for the Judy Stonefiled interviews.
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771-3Unidentified material
4Harris - interviewed by Judy Stonefield (Aug. 15, 1979)
5Harris - interviewed by Judy Stonefield (Aug. 15 and 22, 1979)
6Harris - interviewed by Judy Stonefield (Aug. 22 and 23, 1979)
7, 8Harris - interviewed by Judy Stonefield (Aug. 23, 1979)
9#2 - Regional expression
10Dr. MacKinnon - Creativity (Jan. 24, 1961)
11Dadok Lecture
12"Education of an Architect," B. Maybeck



SERIES M: SCRAPBOOKS

Series Abstract
The Scrapbooks series is made up of eight scrapbooks dated including material from 1940-1974.
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861Scrapbook 1: Grandview Gardens
2Scrapbook 2: Photographs (undated)
3Scrapbook 3: 1951-1952
4Scrapbook 4: 1953-1954
5Scrapbook 5: 1954-1955
6Scrapbook 6: 1954-1955
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87Scrapbook 7: 1950-1974
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88Scrapbook 8: 1940-1959



SERIES N: PRINTS OF WORKING DRAWINGS (See Series G: Architectural Projects)

Series Abstract
The prints of Harris' working drawings are included in Series G: Architectural Projects.



SERIES O: DRAWINGS (See Series G: Architectural Projects)

Series Abstract
All Harris' drawings are included in Series G: Architectural Projects



SERIES P: JEAN HARRIS' PAPERS

Series Abstract
This series includes the papers of Harris' wife, Jean Murray Harris. It includes correspondence, personal papers, notes, clippings and photographs. In addition, sub-series P1 contains copies of published articles by Jean Murray Harris (organized chronologically from 1945-1952), sub-series P2 includes research material for a book on Bernard Maybeck, and sub-series P3 contains background material on Greene and Greene.
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961Correspondence, 1939-1977
2Personal papers
3Manuscript notes: California architecture including Maybeck, Greene, and notes for book on food
4Clippings
7Photographs belonging to Jean Harris (mostly of Maybeck)
8Negatives belonging to Jean Harris (mostly of Maybeck)
9Pamphlets



P1: PUBLISHED ARTICLES WRITTEN BY JEAN HARRIS

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5016"Maybeck - Medallist." Architectural Forum (undated)
17"New England Keeps It Dark." Town and Country (Aug. 1945): p. 75, 107.
18"Bernard Ralph Maybeck, Architect, Comes into His Own." Architectural Record (Jan. 1948): p. 72-9.
19"Greene and Greene." Architectural Forum (Oct. 1948): reprint.
20"Prophet without Honor." House Beautiful (May 1950).
21"How American is Your Way of Living." House Beautiful (Sept. 1950): p. 80-1, 161.
21"What is a truly American house?" House Beautiful (Sept. 1950): p. 82-5, 157-61.
22"The Playhouse: a new luxury, born or our times." House Beautiful (Oct. 1950): p. 153-66.
23"Naturalism." House Beautiful (Nov. 1950): p. 190-5.
24"Do `best sellers' make a style trend?" House Beautiful (Jan. 1951): p. 52-5, 88-9.
25"Your taste is better than its reputation." House Beautiful (Feb. 1951): p. 98-9.
26"You have 1001 servants in your kitchen." House Beautiful (Mar. 1951): p. 74-8.
27"Cooking as an Art." House Beautiful (Apr. 1951): p. 92-7, 203, 208-9.
27"Eggs." House Beautiful (Apr. 1951): p. 100-3, 204-7.
28"How to use recipes." House Beautiful (June 1951): p. 116-7.
28"Gelatin: escalator to cooking freedom." House Beautiful (June 1951): p. 118-9, 136-44.
29"How to be a `born cook.' " House Beautiful (July 1951): p. 81-3, 115-7.
29"Chicken in the grand manner." House Beautiful (July 1951): p. 84-5, 99-102.
30"How to cook by ear." House Beautiful (Aug. 1951): p. 82-3, 123-4.
30"How new fruits and the new forms of old fruits widen your cooking opportunities." House Beautiful (Aug. 1951): p. 84-5, 128-30.
31"How to get more house for your money - if you can afford what you want." House Beautiful (Sept. 1951): p. 91-101.
31"How to `cook' without heat." House Beautiful (Sept. 1951): p. 116-7, 182-9.
32"What to do about the high cost of eating well." House Beautiful (Oct. 1951): p. 205, 269-71.
32"Is your thinking up to date about vegetables?" House Beautiful (Oct. 1951): p. 206-7, 302-4.
33"What the American style house looks like." House Beautiful (Nov. 1951): p. 206-9, 264-5.
33"Big soups and how to make a meal out of them." House Beautiful (Nov. 1951): p. 222-3, 263-7, 291.
34"Old-fashioned foods." House Beautiful (Dec. 1951): p. 134-5, 190-1.
35"The staggering truth about the freezer." House Beautiful (Jan. 1952): p. 62-3, 96-7.



P2: BACKGROUND MATERIAL FOR BOOK ON BERNARD MAYBECK

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78Measured drawing of a floor plan of a house by Maybeck (Charles Aiken residence)
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966Clippings - Maybeck
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5036"The barn that became a studio." (Myra Maclay) Sunset (Feb. 1923): p. 64-6.
37"A Berkeley home by Bernard Maybeck." (Oct. 1925).
38"Bernard Maybeck." (Winthrop Sargeant) Life (May 17, 1948): p. 141-53.
39"Bernard Maybeck." Review of biography by Kenneth Cardwell (Sara Holmes Boutelle) California monthly (Jan.-Feb. 1978): p. 6.
40"Dreams come true: the great houses of Los Angeles." (Junius Ellis) Review (Feb. 1981): p. 44.
41"Gold medal award for Bernard Maybeck." (Maynard Lyndon) Bulletin Southern California Chapter American Institute of Architects (June 1951): p. 8.
42"A home designed by Maybeck." (Sara Boutelle) California monthly (Jan.-Feb. 1980): p. 25.
43"Lumbermen's building and house of hoo-hoo." (A.B. Wastell) The Architect (n.d.).
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9610"Maybeck, the family view." (Jacomena Maybeck)
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5044"Studio of Mrs. Kennedy, Berkeley, Calif." The Building Review (v. 22, no. 6).
45"The Work of Bernard Maybeck." San Francisco Chronicle Bonanza (Mar. 8, 1959): p. 4-6.



P3: BACKGROUND MATERIAL ON GREENE AND GREENE

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965Clipping - Greene
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5046"Greene and Greene of Pasadena." (L. Morgan Yost) Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (n.d.).
47"Greene and Greene Revisited." (Dan MacMasters) Los Angeles Times (Jan. 23, 1977): p. 6.