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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch of Blake Alexander

Scope and Content of the collection

Restrictions

Related Material

Administrative Information

References to works by Drury Blakeley Alexander

Description of Series

Series A: Personal Papers, 1953-1976, 1992, undated

Series B: Professional Papers, 1887-1995, undated

Series C: Faculty Papers, 1927-1989, not dated

Addendum Series D: Faculty Building Committee, 1956-1970, not dated

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Blake Alexander:

An Inventory of his Drawings, Papers, and Photographic Material, [1887] - 1995



Collection Summary

Creator:Alexander, Drury Blakeley (1924-2011).
Title:Blake Alexander collection: An Inventory of his Drawings, Papers, and Photographic Material,
Dates:[1887]-1995
Abstract:Drury Blakeley Alexander (1924-2011), architectural educator, served as professor at the University of Texas School of Architecture and continued to serve the city through the Historic Landmarks Commission and the University as a champion of the preservation of the University's historic buildings, resident historian, and special friend to the Architecture and Planning Library. Creative works, correspondence, memoirs, printed material, minutes, maps, images, photographs, student work, slides, and artifacts, (1887-1995) created or collected by Drury Blakely Alexander, evidence his career in education and interests in architectural history and preservation.
Identification:BAX
Quantity:36 document boxes, flat material, 10 architectural drawings, 13,000 slides
Language:Materials are in English.
Repository:Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of Blake Alexander

DRURY BLAKELEY ALEXANDER, architectural educator, was born in Paris, Texas, on February 4, 1924, to Drury Blakeley and Katherine (Stone) Alexander. After serving in the U.S. Army (1943-1946) Alexander obtained a Bachelor of Architecture Degree (1950) and a Bachelor of Science in Art Degree (1951) from the University of Texas at Austin. He earned a Master of Arts Degree from Columbia University, New York, in 1953.

Alexander began his teaching career as an Instructor at Kansas State University, Manhattan (1953-1955) and returned to the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture as an Assistant Professor (1955-1960). In 1958 he was the recipient of both the Heritage Society of Austin Award for Service in the Cause of Historic Preservation, and the University of Texas Students' Association Teaching Excellence Award. As a Registered Architect (State of Kansas #664) Alexander directed the 1964 summer survey program in Historic Architecture of the Schuylkill Valley. This program, jointly sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania and the Historic American Buildings Survey at the National Parks Department, served as the basis of the measured drawings classes that he subsequently developed at the University of Texas at Austin.

As Associate Professor (1960-1967) Alexander maintained a busy schedule serving as Faculty Advisor for the University of Texas Chapter of the Honorary Architecture Society, Tau Sigma Delta, a post he continued through 1970. In 1964, Alexander assumed the position of Director of the Texas Architectural Survey - the first historic architecture survey undertaken in Texas, jointly sponsored by The Amon Carter Museum of Western Art and the School of Architecture of The University of Texas. The survey prompted the establishment of the Texas Historical Survey Committee.

In 1967 Alexander was promoted to Professor of Architecture. From 1975-1977 he served as Vice President of the University of Texas Chapter of the Texas Association of College Teachers, and he devoted his expertise to several boards of directors, including the Victorian Society of America (1969-1974), the Society of Architectural Historians (1979-1982), and the Heritage Society of Austin's Preservation Awards Committee (1973-1978). His community service included participation in Austin's Historic Landmark Commission and serving as Texas Chairman for the Historic Landmark Committee (1975-1985). He also worked with the Dallas Historic Landmarks Survey at the Department of Urban Planning (1971-1974), and as a consultant in historic architecture for the Fort Worth Junior League. He also served on the National Register Board of Review Committee for nominations from Texas. Alexander received numerous awards and honors during this time including the Austin City Council Distinguished Service Award (1976), and the Service Award for Historic Preservation at the Heritage Society of Austin (1976). His teaching honors include the Margaret McDermott Centennial Teaching Fellow in Architecture (1983-1984) and The Eugene McDermott Lectureship in Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin (1983-1985).

From 1984-1986 Alexander served as the Meadows Foundation Centennial Professor in Architecture and in 1994 became Professor Emeritus. Recent awards include the Texas Historical Commission's Texas Award for Historic Preservation (1986), the National Preservation Honor Award at the National Trust for Historic Preservation (1991), The Texas Society of Architects Excellence in Architectural Education Award (1994), and the Distinguished Professor Award (1995) of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.

Throughout his career at the University of Texas, Alexander participated in numerous University Committees including the Faculty Senate (two terms), the Faculty Building Committee (six years, Chairman for two), the Committee on Committees, the Faculty Committee for a More Vital Faculty Council, the School of Architecture Budget Council, and as Chairman of both the Winedale Council and the Winedale Stagecoach Inn Advisory Council. Blake continued to serve the city through the Historic Landmarks Commission and the University as a champion of the preservation of the University's historic buildings, resident historian, and special friend to the Architecture and Planning Library.

Blake Alexanders died in Austin on December 11, 2011.

- Kristy Sorensen

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Scope and Content of the collection

Creative works, correspondence, memoirs, printed material, minutes, maps, images, photographs, student work, slides, and artifacts, (1887-1995) created or collected by Drury Blakely Alexander, evidence his career in education and interests in architectural history and preservation. The collection is divided into four series: Personal Papers (1953-1976, 1992, undated), Professional Papers (1887-1995, undated), Faculty Papers (1927-1989, undated), and the addendum series Faculty Building Committee (1956-1970, undated). The bulk of the material concerns Alexander's architectural research and writing on topics such as University of Texas at Austin (UT) buildings, 19th century Texas structures, and the architect Paul Phillipe Cret, conducted both for the UT School of Architecture and for a wider audience, along with supporting material (images, printed materials, photographs). Professional affairs are also emphasized, particularly committee and conference involvement with architectural history and preservation groups such as the Society of Architectural Historians (1952-1994) and the College Art Association (1951-1961). Service as part of the University of Texas School of Architecture faculty is represented through documents relating to administrationive budget, dean selection and general committee minutes and correspondence, collected narrative histories of the school, newsletters, and teaching schedules (1963-1974). Correspondents or referenced persons of note include Chancellor Harry Ransom, former UT presidents Lorene Rogers, Stephen Spurr, and Joseph R. Smiley, and former Deans of the School of Architecture Phillip Creer, Alan Taniguchi, and Charles Burnette. Correspondence regarding the initial establishment and early acquisitions of the architecture archives is also included. Documents arising from involvement with UT outside of the School of Architecture are also present, including the Centennial Committee (1983), and service on various Winedale councils (1967-1979) with the inclusion of several handwritten letters from Ima Hogg, who donated the property to the university. Received awards and accolades are reflected by certificates and plaques. Alexander's personal interests and endeavors are also represented through degrees (from UT Austin and Columbia University), printed material from a trip to Europe (1956), charcoal and watercolor artwork, and a collection of classic car images. Memoirs (1992), arising out of a Baylor University oral history program, record recollections of both a personal and professional nature.

Of particular interest in this collection are images - engravings, maps, slides and photographs and negatives. Highlights are original engravings from architect Philip Johnson's office, panoramic images of Alexander's birthplace, Paris, Texas, after the 1916 fire, and a folding model of the great rose window of Chartres Cathedral in France. Oversize materials of note include plans and diagrams of the Texas State Capital, and two matted prints of Cret's work. The slides have been digitized and are available for viewing. See "Texas Architecture: A Visual History" on the University of Texas website (http://www.utexas.edu). The photographs (1887-1982) are mainly black and white, and portray UT buildings and assorted Texas architecture focusing on Austin and Dallas, a group of New Orleans French Quarter structures, and Viennese and Swiss buildings. Included in the UT SOA subseries are two groups of photos arising from student survey projects, recording the buildings of South Congress Street in Austin (1975) and of Victoria, Texas (1968).

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Restrictions

Policies Governing Use and Access

This collection is open for research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using archival materials. As all or portions of this collection may be housed off-site, advance notice of at least three working days is required for retrieval. Certain items may require additional time for flattening or humidifying before they can be viewed. Access is by appointment only. Please contact the archives' reference staff for further information.

Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasions of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person).

The Alexander Architectural Archives operate in accordance with applicable federal or state laws and regulations, providing unrestricted access to university records not covered by state and federal right to privacy acts.

The Alexander Architectural Archives, The University of Texas Libraries, and The University of Texas at Austin, assume no responsibility for infringement of literary property rights and copyright or for liability to any person for defamation or invasion of privacy that results from a researcher's use of collections.

Researchers agree to indemnify and hold harmless The University of Texas at Austin, and their officers, employees, and agents from and against all suits, claims, actions, and expenses arising out of use of collections held by the libraries. Please alert staff if anything inappropriate is found during research.

Copyright interests in this collection may not have been transferred to the University of Texas. Researchers assume full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply. Additionally, the public use of material must be cited. See citation information below.

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Related Material

Texas Architecture Survey Records: An Inventory of its Photographs and Papers, 1963-1966, 2002 (http://taro/utaaa/00084/aaa-00084html)

Winedale Historical Center collection (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utaaa/00086/aaa-00086html)

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Administrative Information

Citation

Drury Blakeley Alexander collection, Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Processing is not completed. Please see archival staff for more information.

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References to works by Drury Blakeley Alexander

Dallas Historic Landmarks Survey. Dallas, Tex.: Dept. of Urban Planning, 1974.

The Governor's Mansion of Texas: A Historic Tour. Austin, Tex.: Friends of the Governor's Mansion, 1985.

Oral Memoriors of Drury Blakeley Alexander: A Series of Interviews Conducted 19 February-10 April 1992. [Texas]: Historic Preservation Project, Baylor University, Institute for Oral History, c2001.

The Sources of Classicism: Five Centuries of Architectural Books from the Collections of the Humanities Research Center: the Michener Galleries, Harry Ransom Center, 26 March-23April, 1978. [Austin]: Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin, c1978.

Texas Homes of the Nineteenth Century. Austin, Tex.: Published for the Amon Carter Museum of Western Art by the University of Texas Press, c1966.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Series A: Personal Papers, 1953-1976, 1992, undated

Series Abstract
The Personal Items series contains certificates, artwork, clippings, printed material, and handwritten notes encompassing Blake Alexander's personal interests and endeavors. Degrees earned at University of Texas at Austin - Bachelor of Architecture in 1950 and Bachelor of Science in Art - as well as a 1953 Master of Arts from Columbia University are included. A 1956 European trip, embarked upon via Cunard Ocean Liner, is documented through handwritten notes and itineraries, and printed material such as brochures, programs, and menus. A sampling of Alexander's artwork is present, both watercolors and charcoal sketches. Of unusual note, classic car posters show an affinity for the history of the automobile.
The Memoirs are Blake Alexander's remembrances recorded in 1992 through Baylor University's oral history program. The interviews were conducted by Dan K. Utley and James Wright Steely. Notable highlights include Alexander's war involvement and details regarding the UT School of Architecture.
box
25European travel, 1956
box
29Degrees, 1950, 1951, 1953
box
flat filesArtwork, undated
Signed watercolors
Charcoal Drawings
box
flat filesCharcoal Drawings, undated
Printed material
Classic Car posters
box
25Memoirs, 1992 [transcript, 179 pages], Baylor Institute for Oral History, copyright, 1998

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Series B: Professional Papers, 1887-1995, undated

Series Abstract
The Professional Papers series documents Alexander's architectural career and is divided into the following subseries: Architectural Research and Writing, Professional Associations and Committees, Correspondence, Awards and Accolades, and Reference Materials.
Series B1: Architectural Research and Writing, 1887-1993, undated
Series Abstract
The Architectural Research and Writing series contains Blake Alexander's collected research on his various architectural interests as well as several of his papers with early revisions and supporting notes with particular note to The History of the Campus and Buildings of the University of Texas, Texas Public Buildings of the 19th Century, and notes on architect Paul Philippe Cret. The bulk of the material consists of printed material that Alexander collected (6 boxes), followed by photographs (3 boxes). Of particular interest in the printed materials is a historically significant overview book of Country Club Plaza in Kansas City (1926), which was the first business and shopping plaza designed to accommodate the automobile. The vast majority of the photographs are black and white snapshots of a variety of architectural structures including the Old Main Building on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. Also of interest are the historical city plans, building plans and drawings contained in the flat files (including Rome, Paris, London and Florence).
Research Papers and Writings, 1964-1982, undated
box
1-2Works related to the University of Texas, 1969-1982, undated
box
2-3General works not directly related to the University of Texas, 1964-1982, undated
Maps, Plats, and Plans,undated
box
3Texas locales and structures, undated
European cities (including historical maps), undated
Maps, undated
box
4Plans of historic buildings, undated
Graphic material,undated
box
flat filesArchitectural prints, undated
Posters, undated
Original Engravings from Philip Johnson's Office, Republic Bank Center, undated
Panoramic Photo Postcards of Paris, Texas after fire of 1916, undated
box
4Postcards, undated
box
flat filesDrawings,undated
box
5-6Printed Material, 1915-1993, undated
Newspaper clippings, 1956-1985, undated
Texas Structures, 1956-1984
Texas Cities and Counties, 1948-1985, undated
box
6Magazines 1929-1986
General architecture items, 1929, 1930, 1977
Articles related to preservation, 1953-1974
Texas architecture and locales, 1952-1986
box
6Pamphlets, 1961-1993
Booklets, 1915-1975, undated
box
7Guidebooks to various Texas cities, 1962-1975), undated
box
8Booklets and preservation and historical interests, 1954-1976
box
9Booklets regarding cities and architectural structures in Texas, 1915-1981
Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, Missouri, booklet, 1926
Photographic Material,1887-1982, undated
Photographs of the University of Texas, 1982, undated
box
10Battle Hall and others, undated
Goldsmith Hall and others, undated
Old Main Building, undated
Photos by W.R. Young, III, 1982
General photographs of Texas, 1887-1980, undated
box
10Austin, 1887-1959
Brenham, 1975
Dallas, 1975-1980, undated
box
10-11Texas bridges, undated
Texas buildings, 1969, 1900, undated
Architectural Drawings (photographic copies), undated
box
11University campuses, undated
Drawings by Paul Philippe Cret, undated
Photographs of Architectural Structures [not in Texas], undated
box
11Public buildings, undated
Glessner House (Chicago, Ill.) photos by Wayne Andrews, undated
box
11-12New Orleans buildings, undated
box
12Vienna and Switzerland, undated
Ward Willets House (Highland Park, Ill.) by Wayne Andrews, undated
Other, undated
Texas Research,1916-1988
box
13-14Specifications, contracts and receipts relating to various historic Texas residences, 1916-1983
Texas historical societies and commissions, 1948-1988
box
14General collected material, 1987-1988
Series B2: Professional Associations and Committees, 1952-1994
Series Abstract
The Professional Associations and Committees series largely represents Alexander's professional involvement with the Society of Architectural Historians (1952-1994) and the College Art Association (1951-1961). Material contained in the series is primarily related to professional conferences. The series also contains seven folders associated with Alexander's work for the Dallas Historic Architecture survey, dated 1974-1975. Alexander's concern for preservation is evident in newsletters, forms, and programs developed by the Association for Preservation Technology. Freelance activities such as the Pennsylvania Schuylkill Valley Project constitute the final group.
box
15-18Conference materials
Dallas Historic Architecture Survey, 1974-1975
box
18 Survey lists, 1974
Collected materials, 1975
Field notes
Notes and edited writing
Survey forms
Correspondence and lecture notes, publicity
Landmark program/zoning ordinance 14247
box
19National Historic Register for Historic Places, 1967
Preservation Concerns
box
19Collected material, preservation techniques
Association for Preservation Technology, forms, newsletters, and programs
Professional Organizations
National Register Board of Review Committee, Texas Historical Committee
Historic Landmark Committee, 1978
box
19Rather House, and Hyde Park Neighborhood Association, 1978
Committee Service, 1974-1990
box
19Maxey House, Lamar County Historical Society, and USDA Soil Conservation Service
Texas Historical Association, The Handbook of Texas, and Cass Gilbert, 1987, 1990
Establishment of a Texas architecture archive
box
20 Heritage Society of Austin, Awards Committee, 1973-1987
Texas Historical Commission, 1975, 1989
box
20 Texana II Conference, 1975
Governor's Mansion, 1989
Consulting Work
box
20 Dallas County Heritage Society, 1973-1974
Schuylkill Valley Project Papers, 1958
General Architectural Bibliographies, 1972
Series B3: Correspondence, 1960-1991, undated
Series Abstract
The Correspondence series relates to committees and requests for information from Alexander, such as the correspondence with Marion Travis, of Waco, Texas and the post office preservation letters. Collected committee correspondence includes letters related to the: Cultural Arts Council, Texas Historical Commission, Historic Landmark Commission, National Trust for Preservation Award, and Cooke County Heritage Society. Other correspondents include Ernest Allen Connally and Fred Folmer.
box
27Post Office preservation issues, 1960, undated
Committee correspondence, 1966-1991, undated
Marion Travis, 1970, undated
Series B4: Awards and Accolades, 1958-1995
Series Abstract
The Awards and Accolades series consists of several framed certificates and plaques, including honors bestowed for educational commitment and committee involvement.
box
29Certificates and plaques
Series B5: Reference Materials, 1960s-1986, not dated
Series Abstract
The Reference Materials series contains printed material, a book, an artifact, and slides. A copy of Texas Homes of the 19th Century (1966) is present, along with printed promotional material for the work. Other notable portions include two matted Paul Cret prints and booklets regarding the Texas State Capital and Benjamin Blom publishers. The artifact is a folding paper model that replicates the stained glass rose window of Chartres Cathedral in France. Slide images of architectural works include images of ancient Greek structures and of Texas architecture.
box
28Texas Homes of the 19th Century, 1966
Printed Material, 1979, 1986,undated
Architectural Model, Chartres satined glass rose window
Slides, undated

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Series C: Faculty Papers, 1927-1989, not dated

Series Abstract
The Faculty Papers series is divided into two subseries, one illustrating Alexander's role as professor within the School of Architecture and the second his involvement in affairs of the University of Texas at large.
Series C1: University of Texas, School of Architecture, 1927-1989, not dated
Series Abstract
The University of Texas, School of Architecture (SOA) series contains correspondence, minutes, printed materials, creative works, and photographs pertaining to the School of Architecture's educational and administrational operations during Alexander's term as professor at the University of Texas at Austin. The faculty of SOA is represented through meeting minutes, committee and council memos, newsletters, curriculum proposals, teaching schedules, and joint statements addressed to the wider UT administration. Also included is a 1927 SOA yearbook and narrative histories of the school from 1932 and 1945. The Architectural honor society Tau Sigma Delta's early 1970s activities and 1983 revival are represented through constitutions and rosters. Correspondence dealing with the initial establishment and early proceedings of the Architectural Archives is also present. Of particular interest are student survey projects, which contain many black and white photographs of Congress Avenue in Austin (1975) and Victoria, Texas (1968), along with relevant forms and analysis.
Administrative records
Committees and Councils
box
21 General - rosters and schematic diagrams, 1972-1974
Architecture Library Committee, 1981-1982
Budget Council, 1964-1975
Dean's Councils, 1967, 1972, 1976
Visiting Lecturers, 1954-1965, 1971-1972
Joint Faculty Statements, 1962-1972
Faculty Meetings, 1962-1973
box
21Building Issues, 1967, 1970, 1973
box
22Assorted- goal delineation, schematic diagrams, 1972-1974
Course Work
box
22Course Material, 1985-1989
box
28Unprocessed materials
box
22-24 Student Work
Survey of Congress Ave, 1975
Photographic Survey of Victoria, Texas, 1968
Essays and Papers, 1957-1985
box
24 Curricular Issues, 1962, 1969-1974
Teaching Schedules and Rosters, 1963-1974
History of School of Architecture, 1929, 1932, 1945
Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society, 1953, 1969-1971, 1983
box
25Printed Material, 1927, 1954-1987
Alumni, 1953, not dated
Architecture Archives and Planning Library, 1965, 1977-1978
Series C2: University of Texas, 1960-1983
Series Abstract
The University of Texas at Austin series includes assorted correspondence, printed material, and Alexander's creative work done in the service of the University at large. The bulk of the information in this series relates to the Winedale Stagecoach Inn. Ima Hogg purchased Winedale in 1965 and in 1967 donated the property to UT as a study center. Alexander's Texas Quarterly article regarding the Winedale Stagecoach Inn was informed by his work with Winedale Committees, such as the Advisory Committee and Planning Committee. Alexander's files include records for many University committees: the Centennial Committee, Advisory Committee for Conservation of University Properties, and the Art Museum Advisory Committee. Correspondents include Ima Hogg, Bassett Maguire, and Marshall Johnson.
Centennial Committee, 1983, undated
box
26Centennial Planning Committee, undated
Centennial Endowment Committee, undated
Dedication of Sutton Hall, undated
Winedale, 1967-1979
box
26Trustees of the Winedale Stagecoach Inn Fund, September 19, 1967-August 3, 1971
Winedale Advisory Committee, April 30, 1969-October 19, 1979
Workshops, September 22, 1969-1972
Printed material, undated
Creative work, Manuscript of Texas Quarterly article, by Alexander, undated
box
27Winedale Inn Planning Committee, undated
Assorted material and assorted correspondence, undated
Printed material,undated
box
27Assorted printed material, undated
Alcalde, printed material, 1960, 1961, 1978, undated
Texas Conference on our Environmental Crisis
Advisory Committees
box
27 Advisory Committee for Conservation of University Properties, undated
Art Museum Advisory Committee, undated

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Addendum Series D: Faculty Building Committee, 1956-1970, not dated

Series Abstract
The Faculty Building Committee Series consists of files ranging from approximately 1956 through 1970. This series is not completely processed. The files inventoried below are listed in the original order found within a five drawer filing cabinet. See also unprocessed inventory box numbers D225-229/box 1-5, and R.L. White papers, D251-259.
boxfolder
11Correspondence with C. Aubrey Smith, with attached Hogg Foundation report, March 1960
2Correspondence with C. Aubrey Smith, with attached reports on the Ten Year Building program in the College of Engineering, 1960
3Correspondence with C. Aubrey Smith with excerpts from the Recommendations of the Regents Buildings and Grounds Committee, Jan. 23, 1960
4Woolridge School Site, (April 1959)
5Storage Space for Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, (Oct. 1959)
6Research Center (1958-1959)
7Memos to Faculty Bldg. Committee on Notifications of Meetings, (1958-1959)
8Parking Proposals, (Oct. 20, 1959)
9Report of the Advisory Committee on campus parking facilities, (Dec. 15, 1959)
10General Correspondence, (1956, 1960)
11Research Center, (no date)
12General Correspondence, (1959)
13Expansion of Utilities
14TV-Radio, (1957)
15Temporary Buildings and Campus Markers
16Department of Speech
17General Correspondence
18Graduate School of Business, (1969)
19E.P. Schoch Laboratories
20Fine Arts, (1968-1969)
21Campus Planning and Faculty Bldg. Advisory Committee Annual Reports, (1969)
22Maps of University of Texas at Austin, (no date)
boxfolder
21Bldg. Advisory Committee Minutes, (1967-1968)
2Faculty Bldg. Committee Minutes, 1968-1969
3Faculty Bldg. Committee Minutes, (1970)
4Faculty Bldg. Committee, (1969-1970)
5College of Pharmacy, (1968)
6Communication Bldg., (March 19, 1968)
7Graduate School of Social Work, (June 1967)
8Physical Training - Men and Women, (1966-1968)
9Texas Union, (1967-1968)
10Annual Report FBAC, 1968
11Law School, (1968)
12College of Business Administration, (1968)
13College of Education, (1967)
boxfolder
31[Campus Master Plan], (1967)
2Communications Bldg., (1967)
3Meeting Notices
4Lower Division Science Center, (1966-1967)
5Master Plan - Haskew, (1960)
6[Bldg. and Space Allocation Committee], (1965-1966)
7[Bldg. and Space Allocation Committee], (1964-1965)
8Correspondence, Reports, Etc., (1964-1965)
9[Bldg. and Space Allocation Committee], (1963-1964)
10[Bldg. and Space Allocation Committee], (1962-1963)
boxfolder
41Minutes for 1964
2Biological Sciences Building, (1964-1965)
3Biological Sciences Experimental Field Laboratory, (1964)
4An Auditorium Teaching Facility
5Board of Regents Minutes
6Brackenridge Tract, (1961-1962)
boxfolder
51Chemistry, (1963-1964)
2Comptroller, (1964)
3Dormitories: Projects I,II,III
4DRL(Defense Research Laboratory
5Education College
6Geology Dept. Report, (1962)
7Graduate Library Center, (1966)
8Health Center addition, (1966)
9Library
10Report on Feasibility of Lower Division Science Center at UT-Austin, (1966)
boxfolder
61Marine Science Institute
2McDonald Observatory
3Math - Physics
4Band Hall- Music
5Music - Jordan, Instrumental Music Bldg.
6Fine Arts/Music/Misc.
7Master Plans, Jessens, 1962
8East Mall
9North Campus Office/classroom
10Office and Research Bldg./Univ. Junior High Site
11Radio / TV
12[Report of the Committee of 75], (1958)
13[Engineering Bldgs.], (1957)
14Old: Anderson Chairman
boxfolder
71Power Plant Addition
2Plans (Misc. Bldgs.)
3Records Storage Bldg.
4Minutes, Correspondence, and Reports
5Thompson Conference Center
6Women's Gym
7Ten Year Plan / V.L. Doughtie
8Ten Year Dept. Reports

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