University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

O'Neil Ford:

An Inventory of his Drawings, Papers, and Photographic Material, 1864-1983



Collection Summary

Creator:Ford, O'Neil, 1905-1982
Title:O'Neil Ford collection
Dates:1864-1983
Abstract:Papers, plans, photographic prints and negatives, slides, exhibit boards, drawings, and sketches reveal the life and career of O'Neil Ford (1905-1982), a prominent architect in the southwestern United States whose work also extended nationally and internationally. The collection demonstrates the origins and practice of Ford's dedication to native architectural forms and hand craftwork, historic preservation, innovative design, and his tireless advocacy of education, particularly in the arts.
Identification:FORD
Identification:Ford Accession numbers: 1982008, 1983001-004, 1983006, 1983008, 1983012, 1983015, 1983027, 1985012, 1996006, 1997005-006, 2000038, 2001017, 2002001, 2006005
Quantity:54 linear feet papers and photographic material; approximately 8,275 sheets of drawings
Language:Materials are in English.
Repository:Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of O'Neil Ford

"Born in the town of Pink Hill, Otha Neil Ford (1905-1982), attended an elementary school in nearby Sherman with a progressive curriculum influenced by the arts-and-crafts movement. From the first grade on, he learned to draw and to build what he drew. Following his father's death in a railroad accident, Neil became the family breadwinner at age 12. To obtain work, he developed a flair for persuasive showmanship, one of many aspects of the complex Fordian persona that he was to invent as he progressed through his long and extraordinarily influential life.

"The family moved to Denton, where, during his high school years, Neil haunted the libraries at the local colleges. In 1924, he entered what was then North Texas State Teachers College, a block from his home, He did well in manual training and Shakespeare, the subjects that interested him, but was forced to leave college after two years. His only formal professional training was a basic architecture course from the International Correspondence School of Scranton, Pa. Ford's lack of university education became part of his mystique.

"In 1926, Ford entered the Dallas office or architect David R. Williams, where he served an apprenticeship. Flamboyant and often outrageous, Williams had "star quality" and, quite naturally, was Ford's first role model and mentor. Williams responded to Neil's abilities as a designer. Working together they produced a number of houses in North Central Texas that were distinguished by the integration of architecture and crafts and the use of native materials. The Hugh Drane residence in Corsicana is a notable example. Williams closed his practice in the early '30s; as deputy administrator of the National Youth Administration from 1936 to 1941, and in influential posts with other federal depression-recovery agencies, he was able to direct commissions to Ford.

"Ford formed his first viable partnership in 1936 with Arch Swank. Significant early jobs for the Dallas office of Ford and Swank were the Little Chapel in the Woods on the campus of Texas Women's University, constructed by National Youth Administration trainees and college art students; and a house on St. Joseph's Island for oilman Sid Richardson.

"Ford's move to San Antonio was precipitated by his work as consulting architect on another NYA project, the restoration of La Villita. He married Wanda Graham in 1940 and settled into the Graham homestead, Willow Way. The house's ambience dramatically influenced what come to be called the Ford style: a mix of worn stone and low-fired bricks, tile floors, and well-crafted wood, united by a lack of pretension.

"In 1946, Ford formed a new partnership with Jerry Rogers that lasted until 1953. Their interest in innovative building systems, such as the Youtz-Slick lift slab process, was put to the test in 1949 when, thanks to William Wurster, another enthusiastic Ford supporter, Ford & Rogers won the commission to design a new campus for Trinity University in San Antonio in association with Bartlett Cocke & Associates. Work at Trinity would span three decades.

"The firm known as O'Neil Ford & Associates was established in 1953 (lasting until 1966), as was Ford's Houston-based partnership with Richard Colley and William Tamminga, which lasted until 1956. From the mid-'50s on, associated architects Ford, Colley & Swank, with planner Samuel B. Zisman, collaborated on a number of projects for Texas Instruments.

"The partnership with Boone Powell and Chris Carson came into being in 1967. Campuses for Skidmore College in New York and the first phase of UT San Antonio (in association with Bartlett Cocke) are examples of the firm's work, as are scores of understated residences including that of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Steves in San Antonio.

"Generations of bright young architects were eager to work for the dynamic Ford. In fact, his best work was done in collaboration with talented young associates who practiced what he preached. And preach he did, tirelessly traveling the lecture circuit. He made himself the grand old man of Texas architecture, simultaneously its eternal naughty boy and its valuable conscience.

"Ford's work was nationally published. Among Ford's honors were his appointment by President Lyndon Johnson in 1968 to the National Council on the Arts; by David Rockefeller, Jr. in 1975 to the American Council for the Arts in Education; and in 1977 to the advisory panel for federal Foreign Buildings Operations. The first endowed chair in the School of Architecture at UT Austin was named for Ford.

"Until he died in 1982, O'Neil Ford was contentious and ebullient, and he never lost his childlike sense of wonder."

[Source: George, Mary Carolyn Hollers. 1989. O'Neil Ford. Texas Architect 9 (6): 52-3.]


Scope and Content of the Collection

Papers, plans, photographic prints and negatives, slides, exhibit boards, drawings, and sketches reveal the life and career of O'Neil Ford (1905-1982), a prominent architect in the southwestern United States whose work also extended nationally and internationally. The collection demonstrates the origins and practice of Ford's dedication to native architectural forms and hand craftwork, historic preservation, innovative design, and his tireless advocacy of education, particularly in the arts.

Drawings (1886, 1920-1980, n.d.) in the collection were received from the firm Ford Powell & Carson and include all projects in which Ford was involved prior to the establishment of that firm in 1967. Two separate databases index this material: one for drawings received into the collection and another for pre-1967 projects whose drawings were not received by the Archive. Approximately 8275 sheets representing 480 projects were received by the Archive; those drawings not received represent 164 projects.

Fifty-four linear feet of papers and photographic material represent Ford's personal and professional life, including his service to several institutions of higher learning as professor of architecture and his active participation in organizations related to architecture, education, and the arts in general. Due to his involvement in these groups, the greatest bulk of material lies in his professional papers (1864-1888, 1933-1983, n.d.) which exist outside of his work for any architectural firm. Most prominent among the organizations are the National Council on the Arts, to which Ford was appointed for the term 1968-1974 by President Lyndon Johnson, and the National Endowment for the Arts, to whom the Council makes funding recommendations. Ford's other important governmental appointments represented here in much less detail include the U.S. Foreign Buildings Operations and General Services Administration. Well-documented is Ford's participation in professional architectural associations and historic preservation groups. Professional correspondence (1933-1982, n.d.) is extensive and demonstrates Ford's wide and varied professional relationships not only with architects but also with individuals in academia and in the organizations with which he was involved, with potential or established clients, and with members of the community who came to know Ford through his professional activities, architectural and otherwise. A large quantity of professional reference files (1864-1888, 1937-1982, n.d.) comprises clippings and other printed material gathered by Ford on architectural matters, including documents relating to the Youtz-Slick lift slab method of construction.

Among Ford's personal papers (1926-1928, 1940-1982, n.d.) are biographical documents including résumés and information regarding Ford's death, personal correspondence (1940-1982, n.d.) with family and friends, and papers and photographs relating to travel (1957-1981, n.d.) which Ford undertook for architectural research and personal pleasure. Approximately 7000 slides taken during travel remain as yet unprocessed.

Office records (1904, 1909, 1939-1982, n.d.) comprise records created and gathered by architectural firms of which Ford was a partner or principal. Included are administrative and financial records, correspondence, publicity clippings of completed projects, and reference materials.

Project records (1886, 1931-1982, n.d.) include files (1938-1982, n.d.) and photographs (1931-1975, n.d.) of projects undertaken by Ford during his architectural career operating in the offices of Ford and Swank (1938-1941), Ford and Rogers (1946-1953), O'Neil Ford and Associates (1953-1966), and Ford Powell & Carson (1967-1982). Documents in the files include correspondence, notes, sketches, and office records relating to the project. Several project lists (1977-1982) of Ford Powell & Carson are present, as well as specifications dating from the firm of Ford and Swank.

Papers (1930-1960, n.d.) created and gathered by Samuel B. Zisman (1908-1970), architect and friend of O'Neil Ford document Zisman's military, professional, and academic career. For other materials relating to Zisman, see also, Samuel B. Zisman: An Inventory of his Papers, 1937-1970, a separate collection of the Alexander Architectural Archives.

A small amount of material (1927-1978, n.d.) relating to Lynn Ford (1908-1978), brother of O'Neil Ford and craftsman mainly in wood and metal, includes personal and professional papers consisting largely of correspondence and records of work projects he undertook.

Unprocessed material, both personal and project related, in the O'Neil Ford collection includes papers, sketches, photographic material (including over 8,000 slides, most of which are partially processed), audiotape recordings, and objects ranging from awards and degrees to product samples and tools.


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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Ford, O'Neil, 1905-1982.
Candela, Félix, 1910-1997.
Colley, Richard, 1910-1983.
King, Stewart, d. 1970.
Swank, A. B., Jr., 1913-1999.
Zisman, S. B., 1908-1970.
Subjects (Organizations)
Ford & Rogers
Ford & Swank
Ford (O'Neil) and Associates.
Ford Powell & Carson, Inc.
HemisFair (1968 : San Antonio, Tex.)
La Villita (San Antonio, Tex.)
Marshall Steves Residence (San Antonio, Tex.)
Presbyterian Pan American School (Kingsville, Tex.)
P.E. Haggerty Residence (Dallas, Tex.)
St. Mark's School of Texas (Dallas, Tex.)
Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)
Texas Instruments Semiconductor Building (Dallas, Tex.)
T. Frank Murchison Residence (Crystal Lake/Marble Falls, Tex.)
Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.)
University of Texas at San Antonio
Subjects
Architects--United States--Ford, O'Neil.
Architecture--20th century--United States. Concrete construction.
Factories--United States--Dallas (Texas)--Texas Instruments Semiconductor Building.
Houses--20th century--United States--Texas.
Industrial buildings--United States.
Industrial planning--United States--Texas.
Universities and colleges--Buildings--United States--San Antonio (Texas)--Trinity University.
Archives--Ford, O'Neil
Buildings--Designs and plans.
Places
Dallas (Tex.)
Denton (Tex.)
San Antonio (Tex.)
Saratoga Springs (N.Y.)
Texas
Document Types
Administrative records
Architectural drawings
Architectural records
Correspondence
Faculty papers
Maps
Negatives
Periodicals
Personal papers
Photographs
Professional papers
Slides (photographs)
Specifications

Administrative Information

Citation

O'Neil Ford collection, the Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Papers and photographic material: Vanessa Kam, Joanna Cook, Molly Wheeler, Rebecca Brooks, Regina Koehler, Monique Daviau, Rebecca Romanchuk

Drawings: Benjamin Allen, Beth Dodd

Processing is not completed. Please see the archive's staff for more information.


Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in archive.


References to works by or about O'Neil Ford:

Works by O'Neil Ford

Ford, O'Neil. "Texas Idyll." Inland Architect 26.5 (1982): 32-[35]. Notes: O'Neil Ford's architectural history of San Antonio, written while he was stranded in Naples in 1964. Physical Details: photos., ports.

Guerra, Henry, and Brooks Martin, O'Neil Ford. "History and development of the Spanish missions in San Antonio." Stained Glass 60.4 (1965-66): 28-34, 39-41; 61.1 (1966) 39-41. Notes: A panel discussion. Physical Details: ill., ports.

Works about O'Neil Ford

"Houses that research built: Lift-Slab roof floats on six column supports." Architectural Record 117 (1955): 189-197. Physical Details: ill., plans.

"New college buildings: 2. Another look at Trinity, the Lift-Slab university." Architectural Forum 102 (1955): 126-141. Physical Details: ill., plans.

Dillon, David. The architecture of O'Neil Ford: celebrating place.Austin: University of Texas Press, 1999. Physical Details: ill. (some col.)

Peterson, Carolyn. "Vanishing legacy: the Evons House, Ford's ode to stylish living is gone, overrun by suburban development outside San Antonio." Texas Architect 50.5 (2000): 72. Physical Details: ill., photos., drawings, site plans. Notes: Built in 1954. Demolished in 2000.

Moorhead, Gerald. "Forgotten Ford." Texas Architect 47.6 (1997): 50-52. Physical Details: drawings, photos., plans. Notes: History of a little-known project, the Presbyterian Pan American School near Kingsville, by O'Neil Ford.. Built between 1957-1976.

George, Mary Carolyn Hollers. Mary Carolyn George Papers, 1840-1996.San Antonio: University of Texas at San Antonio, Special Collections and Archives. Collection Inventory.

George, Mary Carolyn Hollers. O'Neil Ford, architect.College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1992. Physical Details: ill. (some col.) Notes: Includes bibliographical reference.

Welch, Frank. "A day with O'Neil Ford." Texas Architect 42.4 (1992): 48-51. Physical Details: photos. Notes: The author recalls a meeting at Ford's home in the spring of 1979.

Good, R. Lawrence. "Modern Texas architecture: in the details." Texas Architect 41.8 (1991): 34-43. Physical Details: det., photos. Notes: Details from buildings by Nicholas Clayton, J. Riely Gordon, David R. Williams, O'Neil Ford, Paul P. Cret, George L. Dahl, Max Levy, Lake/Flato, William F. Stern, Frank Welch, David Richter, and Gary Cunningham.

Jenkins, Tom. "Stone villa." Landscape Architecture 81.6 (1991): [36]-37. Physical Details: photos., site plan. Notes: On the grounds of Vickridge, a hilltop home near Castle Pines, Co. Landscape architect: Todd P. Bennitt.

Jenkins, Tom. "Primitive grandeur: rocky walls, native plantings and irregular terraces complement a rugged hillside landscape." Garden Design 7.1 (1988): [66]-73. Physical Details: photos. Notes: Vickridge estate, outside of Denver, Colo. Architect: O'Neil Ford. Landscape architects: POD Inc., James Skiera, Lake Flato Architects.

Speck, Lawrence. "The inventive '50s: Ford had a better idea." Texas Architect 35.4 (1985): 38-45. Physical Details: photos., plan, secn. Notes: Brief survey of architecture in the 1950s. Features O'Neil Ford's TI Semiconductor Building.

George, Gene and Mary Carolyn. "O'Neil Ford's boveda house." Fine Homebuilding no.23 (Oct.-Nov. 1984): 26-31. Physical Details: dets., photos., plan, secn.

Speck, Lawrence W. "O'Neil Ford's 'caring campus': his work for Trinity University spanned a quarter century." Architecture: the AIA journal 72.9 (1983): 58-61. Physical Details: photos. Notes: Trinity University buildings, San Antonio, Texas. Architects: O'Neil Ford, Bartlett Cocke. French and Spanish summaries, p.92, 94.

Dean, Andrea Oppenheimer. Obituary: "O'Neil Ford." AIA Journal 71.11 (1982): 11,13,16. Physical Details: port.

Dillon, David. Obituary: "O'Neil Ford, 1905-1982." Progressive Architecture 63.9 (1982): 30. Physical Details: photos.

Swan, Simone. Obituary: "O'Neil Ford, 1905-1982." Skyline Oct. 1982: 8. Physical Details: port.

"The unforgettable Mr. Ford: an appreciation." Texas Architect 32.5 (1982): 54-66. Physical Details: photos.(some col.), port.

Marlin, William. "O'Neil Ford: musings of a national landmark." Architectural Record 166.8 (1979): 126-136. Physical Details: photos.(some col.), ports. Notes: Profile of the architect and preservationist of San Antonio, Texas.

Rogers, Arthur J. "The Ruth Taylor Theatre, Trinity University" [San Antonio, Texas]. Theatre Design and Technology n.26 (Oct. 1971): [24]-26. Physical Details: ill., plans.

"H & G's Hallmark House for 1967." House and Garden 131 (1967): 125-[139]. Physical Details: ill., plans. Notes: House for Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Terrell Steves, San Antonio, Texas.

"Brick-formed concrete tower." Progressive Architecture 46 (1965): 178-[179]. Physical Details: ill., plan. Notes: T. Frank Murchison Memorial Tower, Trinity University.

"VW sales under the trees." Progressive Architecture 45 (1964): 138-143. Physical Details: ill., plan. Notes: Inter-Continental Motors, Inc., San Antonio, Tex.; Ford, O'Neil and Assocs., archts.

"One house in a million." House and Garden 123 (1963): 124-[135]. Physical Details: ill., plan. Notes: House for Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carter, Tulsa, Okla.; O'Neil Ford and Assoc., archts.

"P/A Tenth Annual Design Awards." Progressive Architecture 44 (1963): whole issue. Physical Details: ill., plans.

"House at San Antonio, Texas." Progressive architecture 42 (1961): 122-125. Physical Details: ill., plan.

"Contrast in Texas: [two new Dallas houses]". Architectural Forum 109 (1958): 82-87. Physical Details: ill., plan.

"An industrial heart for metropolis [midway between Dallas and Fort Worth]." Architectural Forum 116 (1957): 154-159. Physical Details: ill. Notes: Richard Colley, A.B. Swank Jr., S.B. Zisman, and O'Neil Ford, assoc, archts. and land planners; Felix Candela, eng.

"Four bright new homes for industry." Architectural Forum 105 (1956): 136-151. Physical Details: ill., plans. Notes: Texas Instruments Inc., Dallas, Tex.; O'Neil, Ford & Richard Colley; S.B. Zisman & Stewart King, planning consultants; A.B. Swank , assoc. archt.

"'Research village': a housing development in the Chicago area by United States Gypsum." Arts and Architecture 72 (1955): 20-23, 38. Physical Details: ill.

"How are architects designing for air conditioning?" House and Home 1 (1952): 89-95. Physical Details: ill., plans. Notes: The vented home, San Antonio, Texas; O'Neill Ford and Jerry Rogers, archts.

"O'Neil Ford lectures on slab lifting." Architects' Journal 113 (1951): 51-54. Physical Details: ill., diagrs.

"Trinity University [San Antonio, Texas]: starts off a whole series of buildings erected by the 'Youtz-Slick' lift-slab concrete method..." Architectural Forum 95 (1951): 180-183. Physical Details: ill., plan.

Zisman, S. B. "The architect and the house, 5. O'Neil Ford of Dallas, Texas." Pencil Points 21 (1940): 196-210. Physical Details: ill., plans.


Detailed Description of the Collection

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

Series A: Personal Papers, 1926-1928, 1940-1982, not dated

Series Abstract
The Personal Papers series includes materials created and gathered by Ford in the course of his personal life that are not directly related to architectural projects or other professional pursuits. While separate series follow for Ford's brother, Lynn Ford, and friend and colleague, Samuel B. Zisman, material concerning both men is also here, including documents regarding the biography of Lynn Ford, and clippings and correspondence between O'Neil Ford and these two men.
Series A1: Biographical Information, 1943-1944, 1962-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Biographical Information subseries includes a curriculum vita and résumés with supporting plans, photographs, and published articles; a bibliographical entry for Ford in Who's Who; a report on Ford written by Bob Wise; membership cards and documents, and clippings and letters concerning Ford's death.
boxfolder
11Memberships, printed material, certificates, membership cards, 1943-1944, 1969-1975
2Passports, photos and printed material, Jamaican postal stamps, 1962-1975, n.d.
3Memberships and subscriptions, printed material, 1964-1966
4Biographical information, 1966-1967, 1981, n.d.
5Membership/Registration cards and forms, 1967-1980, n.d.
6Automobile Association of America, membership, 1970
7Wise, Bob; report on O'Neil Ford, 1978
8Clippings from International Press Clipping Bureau regarding O'Neil Ford's death, 1982
9Ford's death, clippings, 1982
10Condolence, 1982
11Biographical material, n.d.
12Curriculum vita, O'Neil Ford, n.d.
13Professional Résumés, n.d.
boxfolder
21Résumé, printed material, n.d.
2Résumé, including photographs, published articles and plans [1 of 2], n.d.
3Résumé, including photographs, published articles and plans [2 of 2], n.d.
4Who's Who bibliographical entry for O'Neil Ford, n.d.
Series A2: Clippings, 1958-1980, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Clippings subseries contains clippings from published sources on topics not directly related to architecture. Included are a newspaper story of the Ford's 40th wedding anniversary, inspirational and humorous quotations, political news, and information about personal friends.
boxfolder
25Clippings, personal [1 of 2], 1958-1967
6Clippings, personal [2 of 2], 1958-1967
7Zisman, Sam; letters and clipping, 1960-1977
8Israel-Arab War, clippings, 1967
9Signature magazine article, July 1970
10Medieval Fair, clippings, 1972
11Clippings, miscellaneous, from the Washington Post, 1976
12Crouch, Hondo, 1976
13Faulk, John Henry, 1976
14Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon B., 1976
15Kennedy Center event honoring Roger Stevens, 1976
161976 Election (Carter), clippings, 1976
17Assorted clippings; politics, Ford Powell and Carson, O'Neil Ford-Dave Williams article, 1977
boxfolder
31Fords' 40th wedding anniversary, River City Press newspaper, 1980
2Inspirational and humorous clippings, n.d.
3Oyler, Lisa (Hersh), n.d.
4Quotations, Ojo de Dios (The Eye of God), printed material, n.d.
Series A3: Correspondence, 1940-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Correspondence subseries contains personal correspondence not directly related to professional matters and includes some correspondence addressed to both O'Neil Ford and his wife, Wanda Graham Ford.
boxfolder
35Correspondence, personal, 1940-1982
6Ford, Belle; letters to O'Neil, Wanda, and Lynn Ford, 1941-1942
7Assorted letters to O'Neil and Wanda Ford, letter to Douglas and Helen Haskell from O'Neil Ford, 1943-1949
8Assorted personal letters, photograph and postcards, 1948-1961
9Correspondence, personal [1 of 2], 1957-1980
10Correspondence, personal [2 of 2], 1957-1980
11Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1962-1976
12Fitzsimons, Jr., Lolly and Hugh, correspondence, 1968
13Heaton, Bill; letter, 1968
14Ladd, Helen and George; Christmas card, 1968
15Correspondence, personal, 1968
16Johnson, William Weber; letter [1 of 2], 1973
17Johnson, William Weber; letter[2 of 2], 1973
18Bass, Mrs. Perry R.; letter, 1974
19Congress of the United States, letter regarding 1974 impeachment, 1974
20Frizzell, Ken; correspondence, 1974
21Harris, Arthur; letter, 1974
22Johnson, Lady Bird; letter, 1974
23Letter from O'Neil Ford's secretary Wanda Childs to Josie H. Corning, August 1974
24Oyler, Betty; birthday mailgram from Ford family, 1974
25Harrison, J.W., Jr.; Tanglewood on Texoma, 1974
26Cottone, Mari and Totti, 1975
27Peck, Gregory; correspondence, letter from Frederick Baldwin, clippings of Peck, 1975-1980
boxfolder
41Brisson, Fred (husband of Rosalind Russell), 1976
2Casady, Si and Virginia; correspondence, 1976
3Ford's heart attack of 1976; letters, medical article, 1976
4Ford's 70th birthday, April 3, 1976; printed material, 1976
5Guatemala Earthquake 1976; letter from Ford to Guatemala offering help, 1976
6Spears, Charles A.; letters, 1976
7Straube, Bess; correspondence, 1976
8Personal letters, 1976-1982
9Camp, Red and Alvis; letter to, 1977
10Correspondence, 1977
11Correspondence, 1978
12Ford, Lynn; letters, funeral service, includes clippings, 1978
13Ford, Lynn; sympathy cards concerning Lynn Ford's death [1 of 2], 1978
14Ford, Lynn; sympathy cards concerning Lynn Ford's death [2 of 2], 1978
15Correspondence, personal, 1978-1980
16Addresses, letters, notes, hospital, (includes get-well greetings, business cards, clippings, etc.), Spring 1979
boxfolder
51Ranch, Nan; correspondence, 1979
2Correspondence, personal, 1979-1980
3Bass, Perry; and unidentified letters, 1981
4Letter to O'Neil Ford from "Rachel", with photograph, 1981
5Correspondence, personal, n.d.
6Frizzell, Ken, photograph postcard, n.d.
7Letters from Edward, letters to Harold (page 1 only), assorted letters and "Outline of Arrangements and Conditions Under Which Army Air Corps Enlisted Reservists Are Accepted for Non-Combat Pilot Training Under Supervision of the CAA War Training Service", n.d.
8Letters from O'Neil Ford to "Bill", "Juanita" and unidentified; invitation to the White House for National Endowment for the Arts ceremony, n.d.
9Marcus, Stanley and Mary; holiday greeting card, n.d.
10Men's Garden Club notes, printed material, n.d.
Series A4: Drawings, 1926-1928, 1950, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
This subseries contains informal sketches, doodles, and drawings by Ford. Professional drawings and plans are located in the Project Records series, Drawings subseries.
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511Doodles, sketches, 1926-1928, 1950, n.d.
12Doodles, n.d.
13Doodles, assorted personal notes, n.d.
14Doodles [1 of 2], n.d.
15Doodles [2 of 2], n.d.
Series A5: Family Papers, 1941, 1958-1981.
Subseries Abstract
The Family Papers subseries contains clippings and biographical material relating to, and letters written by, Ford's mother, Belle Sinclair Ford; sister, Authella (Ford) Hersh; wife, Wanda Graham Ford; mother-in-law, Elizabeth Orynski Graham; and two of his four children, Linda Elizabeth Ford and Michael O'Neil Ford. Documents relating to April Denise Kocurek, who worked for Lynn Ford and was treated as a daughter by him, are also present.
boxfolder
516Ford, Wanda; correspondence, 1941, 1984
17Graham, Elizabeth O., clippings, 1958
18Maverick, Maury, Jr.; letter to Elizabeth O. Graham, August 10, 1959
19Ford children's day schedule, March 15, 1963
20Kocurek, (April) Denise; letters to, certificates, clipping, 1964-1980, n.d.
21Graham, Elizabeth O.; letters, clippings, personal notes and health insurance information, 1966-1968
22Graham, Elizabeth O.; Europe, letter, articles, telegram and letters to Ford family, 1967
23Hersh, Authella, letters, 1970-1976
24Expressway, North, (Wanda Graham Ford), 1973-1974
25De Martino, L.A., Jr.; letter of recommendation for Linda Ford, 1974
26Ford, Linda Elizabeth; wedding clippings, resume, recommendations and publicity package, 1974
27Ford, Michael O'Neil; letters to O'Neil Ford, sister Wanda Ford Childs and draft of letter to unidentified, 1974, n.d.
28Northern Expressway litigation, 1974
29Ford, Wanda Graham; correspondence, 1981
30Winans, Linda; resume, tax forms and letter by Ford, regarding Linda, to Bob Prosser, 1981
31Ford, Wanda Graham; clipping, n.d.
32Winans, Linda Ford; "Gothic Stained Glass", n.d.
Series A6: Financial Records, 1940, 1960-1981.
Subseries Abstract
The Financial Records subseries contains personal financial records of Ford's including records relating to his architectural practice, the King William Fund, and property owned by Ford.
boxfolder
533National Youth Administration, voucher for expenses, 1940
34Insurance, automobile; letters, notes and reports, 1960-1971
35Frost National Bank, correspondence, 1963-1974
36Property, Devine Road, San Antonio, Texas; correspondence and legal documents, 1963-1976
37Massachusetts Investors Trust, 1966-1972
38Finances, personal, for O'Neil Ford, 1974-1980
boxfolder
61King William Fund, correspondence, 1975-1978
2Checkbook balance sheet, 1979-1980
3Personal finances, 1980
4Bank, credit card receipts, 1979-1980
5Release, property at 222 Guenther, San Antonio, TX (legal document), 1980
6Financial papers, assorted, 1980-1981, n.d.
7Miscellaneous personal notes, n.d.
Series A7: General Papers, 1940-1950, 1962-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The General Papers subseries contains handwritten notes by Ford, including some pertaining to the biography of Lynn Ford, an unfinished letter to the editor, two address books, ephemera including a bookplate created for Ford, and documents relating to Willow Way, Ford's residence outside of San Antonio, Texas.
boxfolder
68Address book, c.1940-1950
9Ephemera, some with notes, c.1940-1950
10Assorted personal material, 1940, 1979-1982
11Flying School, 1941-1945
12Notes, ephemera, clippings, 1942-1962
13Plat of Willow Way, 1946
14Theater programs, 1960, n.d.
15Willow Way, Boveda House, 1964
16Personal papers, 1966-1970
boxfolder
71Assorted table seating cards, business card; Presidential invitations and photo, 1967-1976, n.d.
2Lyndon B. Johnson State Park, dedication program, 1974
3Peck, Gregory; announcement of retrospective film showing, admission ticket, photocopied clipping, 1974
4A National Tribute to Lady Bird Johnson (booklet), 1977
5Willow Way Map, reproductions, 1977
6Clippings, printed material; personal, 1979-1980, n.d.
7Personal notes, 1980
8Calendar, 1981
9Assorted correspondence, notes and printed material, 1981-1982
10Ephemera, 1982, n.d.
11University of Dallas, inauguration, 1982
12Address book, n.d
13Assorted blank stationary, n.d.
14Assorted personal notes, n.d.
15"Ex Libris" for O'Neil Ford from Horace McCoy, n.d.
16Ford, Lynn; biographical data, n.d.
17Unfinished letter to "Honorable Editors", animal scribbles, n.d.
18List of signatures for Ford, n.d.
19Miscellaneous printed material: clippings and event program, n.d.
20Personal notes, lists, n.d.
21Postcards, Japan and Hong Kong, n.d.
22Willow Way Map, "How to get there", n.d.
Series A8: Military Service, 1942-1945, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Military Service subseries contains papers relating to Ford's period in flight school at Garner Field in Uvalde, Texas during the Second World War.
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81Flight School [1 of 3], 1942
2Flight School [2 of 3], 1942
3Flight School [3 of 3], 1942
4Army Days [1 of 3], 1942-1944, n.d.
5Army Days [2 of 3], 1942-1944, n.d.
6Army Days [3 of 3], 1942-1944, n.d.
7Garner Field, Army Days, 1943-1945, n.d.
Series A9: Photographs, c.1950-1970, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Photographs subseries contains photographs of family, friends, and subjects not directly related to architectural projects or travel.
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88People, some identified [1 of 2], 1950s-1960s, n.d.
9People, some identified [2 of 2], 1950s-1960s, n.d.
10O'Neil Ford; Birthday party 1977
11Assorted photos and negatives [1 of 2], n.d.
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91Assorted photos and negatives [2 of 2], n.d.
2Cars, photographs, n.d.
3Little girl playing in mud, photograph, n.d.
4Photographs and negatives, n.d.
5Photographs and negatives, "Family; Friends and Furniture", n.d.
6Photographs of family and friends, n.d.
7Picture of Ford, n.d.
Series A10: Reference Files, 1961-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Reference Files subseries contains publications and clippings relating to Ford's non-professional pursuits, including his interest in Bentley automobiles and the United States space program.
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98Argosy Book Stores Inc., Catalog of Texacana, 1961
9Faith 7 and Gordon Cooper's Earth orbit, Thursday May 16, 1963 newspaper, clipping, and Voyage to the Moon poster, n.d.
10Apollo 8, clippings and published print, 1968
11Apollo 11 and University of Virginia residence, clippings, 1969
12Apollo Skylab, clipping, 1971
13Eagle Bone Whistle, San Antonio, TX (newsletter), 1971
14Southwestern Historical Quarterly, La Salle's Survivors, 1972
15Clippings, brochures, non-architectural, 1978-1980
16Bentley Drivers Club Limited, annual report, 1980
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1075San Antonio Express Newspaper, Tuesday March 31, 1981
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917Personal clippings, 1982, n.d.
18Vintage Bentley Meet, St. Phillip's College, printed material, 1982
19Newsweek, 1984
20Apollo 7 to 17 information, n.d.
21Apollo 12, O'Neil Ford's flight notes, n.d.
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101History of the International Institute of Aviculture, n.d.
2Miscellaneous calendar pictures, n.d.
3Morris, M.K.; pencil sketch, n.d.
4Omni Magazine article, n.d.
5Printed material, n.d.
Series A11: Travel, 1957-1981, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Travel subseries contains maps, itineraries, ephemera, papers, correspondence, and photographs representing Ford's travels in the United States, Mexico, Central and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Pakistan.
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106England, trips to; letters, notes, playbills, clippings, itineraries and printed material, 1957-1960
7Europe 1959-June, July, August; notes, printed material, 1959
8Europe; letters, October-November 1964
9Italy; letters from Ford to family, other letters, travel-related printed material, 1964
10London; Random Thoughts and Rememberances, notes for Marshall and Patsy Steves, article, September 1965
11Europe; personal notes, itinerary, car order receipt, Summer 1967
12Copenhagen; letters, telegrams, tax filing materials, personal notes, letters from Ford to family, 1968
13Geneva-Spain; itinerary, letter, personal note, telegram, July 1968
14Spain; Texas Heritage Tours, letters and itinerary, 1968
15Mexico; photographs with identification on back, 1972-1977
16London trip, Fall 1973; personal notes, 1973
17Greece (Iscanos); photographs, 1974
18San Francisco/Oakland, CA map and miscellaneous papers, 1974
19South Central United States map; AIA Journal clipping, 1974, n.d.
20California and Florida, map and tour guide, 1977, n.d.
21Pakistan project; travel itineraries, clippings and printed material, 1977-1981
22New Orleans trip; articles, letters and notes, commercial maps to Mexican store, 1978, n.d.
23Mexico, Guatemala trip; travel material, 1979
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111Travel itinerary and schedule change, 1980
2London; travel material, 1981
3Assorted maps and folder with personal notes, n.d.
4Assorted maps, n.d.
5Assorted maps, Oklahoma, Kansas and Southwest, n.d.
6Assorted travel related material, maps, articles, pamphlets, purchased slides, n.d.
7Blanco, Texas, map, n.d.
8Central and South America, map, n.d.
9Delaware, Maryland; Virginia and West Virginia; maps, n.d.
10Denver, Colorado; street and sightseeing maps, n.d.
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121Europe, maps, n.d.
2Foreign and U.S. maps, n.d.
3Foreign Countries: Peru and Europe, photographs, n.d.
4Illinois, map, n.d.
5Maine, map, n.d.
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131Mexico, maps, n.d.
2Missouri, maps, n.d.
3New York, maps, n.d.
4Pacific Ocean Floor, Pacific-Far East, maps, n.d.
5Philadelphia, map, n.d.
6Phoenix, South and Central U.S., maps, n.d.
7South Carolina and Louisiana maps, n.d.
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141Texas, maps [1 of 2], n.d.
2Texas, maps [2 of 2], n.d.
3Travel guides and atlases, miscellaneous, n.d.
4Travel notes, Guatemala, n.d.
5United Airlines flight map, n.d.
6Washington D.C., map, n.d.
7Wisconsin, Michigan and the Great Lakes, maps, n.d.
8World and Havana, Cuba, maps, n.d.



Series B: Professional Papers, 1864-1888, 1933-1983, not dated

Series Abstract
The Professional Papers series contains material created and gathered by Ford in the course of his life as a professional architect outside of his operation in any architectural firm or engagement in other design work. Professional relationships, service as an architectural authority, research interests, and recognition both within the profession and by the general media are documented here. Especially prominent are materials that reflect Ford's active and wide participation in groups dedicated to architectural and educational interests.
Series B1: Artwork & Drawings, 1965-1974, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Artwork and Drawings subseries contains Ford's work submitted to the McNay Art Show in 1965 and a pre-fab house drawing for David Williams (not by Ford.)
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151McNay Art Show, O'Neil Ford Work, June 20, 1965
2Pre-fab house drawing for D. R. Williams, n.d.
Series B2: Associations & Committees, 1939-1941, 1952-1983.
Subseries Abstract
The Associations and Committees subseries contains papers relating to Ford's activity in associations related to architecture, arts, and education, both regional and national. Included are professional architectural associations (i.e. American Institute of Architects, Texas Society of Architects), preservation/conservation organizations and committees (i.e. Texas State Historical Survey Committee, San Antonio Conservation Society), architectural committees at institutions of higher learning (i.e. Harvard, MIT, University of Texas), and government architectural committees (i.e. Federal Architecture Task Force, Foreign Buildings Operation). Of the arts, humanities, and education organizations, especially prominent are papers concerning Ford's involvement as a member of the National Council on the Arts/National Endowment for the Arts during 1968-1974. Folders appear alphabetically by group name and then are arranged chronologically within each group.
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153Academy of Texas, Articles of Incorporation, etc., 1968-1970
4American Council for the Arts in Education, meetings, 1975
5American Council for the Arts in Education, publicity, 1975
6American Council for the Arts in Education [1 of 5], 1975-1977
7American Council for the Arts in Education [2 of 5], 1975-1977
8American Council for the Arts in Education [3 of 5], 1975-1977
9American Council for the Arts in Education [4 of 5], 1975-1977
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161American Council for the Arts in Education [5 of 5], 1975-1977
2American Council for the Arts in Education, meetings, printed material, October 1, 1976
3American Council for the Arts in Education, meeting notes, n.d.
4American Council for the Arts in Education, meeting notes, 1977-1981
5American Council for the Arts in Education, notes, n.d.
6American Institute of Architects, bylaws, membership application, 1937, n.d.
7American Institute of Architects, 84th Annual Convention, 1952-1953
8American Institute of Architects, Convention, Boston, Mass., 1954
9American Institute of Architects, Southern California Chapter, juries, etc., 1954
10American Institute of Architects, Oregon Chapter, 1955
11American Institute of Architects, Egg and Dart Club, 1958-1970
12American Institute of Architects, Egg and Dart Society, Inc., correspondence, 1962
13American Institute of Architects, San Antonio Chapter, Historic San Antonio Booklet, 1963
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171American Institute of Architects, San Antonio Chapter, Historic San Antonio Booklet, letters, brochures, drafts of brochures, 1963-1980
2American Institute of Architects, Convention, 1964
3American Institute of Architects, Convention, Washington, D.C., 1965
4American Institute of Architects, Annual Convention, 1965
5American Institute of Architects, Convention, (Pan Amercian) [includes Ford speeches], 1965
6American Institute of Architects, Convention, New York, NY, 1967
7American Institute of Architects/American Institute of Planners Regional Conference, Arlington, TX, 1968
8American Institute of Architects, Convention, Portland, OR, 1968
9American Institute of Architects, Gulf States Regional Convention, 1968-1969
10American Institute of Architects, Central Arizona Chapter, 1969
11American Institute of Architects, Convention, Chicago, IL, 1969
12American Institute of Architects, South Carolina Chapter, (with Clemson), 1969
13American Institute of Architects, Convention, Boston, MA, 1970
14American Institute of Architects, Dallas chapter, October 13, 1970
15American Institute of Architects, Egg and Dart Club, 1971-1973
16American Institute of Architects, F.A.A.I.A. Honors and Awards Committee, Florida, 1974
17American Institute of Architects, Committee on Design (AIACOD): The Education of Design 1 and 2, printed materials, 1976
18American Institute of Architects, Historic Resources Committee, San Antonio River Development, printed material 1976
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181American Institute of Architects, memorandum, 1976
2American Institute of Architects, printed material, 1976
3American Institute of Architects, Committee on Design, letters and meeting minutes, 1976-1977
4American Theatre Association, Remarks on Theatre Education for the NEA Task Force on the Training of Artists and Arts Educators, printed material [1 of 2], December 1977
5American Theatre Association, Remarks on Theatre Education for the NEA Task Force on the Training of Artists and Arts Educators, printed material [2 of 2], December 1977
6Arsenal, Military Museum, clippings and letter, 1963-1966
7Arts Council of San Antonio, Inc., Member, 1975-1977
8Arts, Education and Americans Panel, meeting, printed material [1 of 2], June 1976
9Arts, Education and Americans Panel, meeting, printed material [2 of 2], June 1976
10Arts, Education and Americans Inc. (The), letters, clipping, meeting summary, 1981
11Associated Councils of the Arts Conference, appointments, address by Samuel B. Gould, May 1970
12Associated Councils of the Arts: Youth, Education, and the Arts-1970 Conference Delegates, 1970
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191Bexar County Historical Survey Committee, 1962
2Business Committee for the Arts (BCA), meeting, printed material, January 1969
3Challenge `69 Colloquium, University of Texas at Austin, 1969
4Community Housing Development Corporation, San Antonio, Texas, 1972-1973
5Congreso Panamericano de Arquitectos, VIII [8th Pan-American Congress of Architects], Mexico City, 1952
6Education Committee minutes, 1981
6El Campanario - Texas Old Missions and Forts Restoration Association, newsletter, 1973
7EPDA-ESOL Staff communication 1969
8Federal Architecture Task Force, clipping, printed material, 1973
9Federal Architecture Task Force, White House Briefing, printed material, 1974
10Federal Design Assembly, First, Task Force, 1972-1973
11Federal Design Assembly, First, printed material, Spring 1973
12Federal Design Assembly, Second, 1974
13Federal Design Assembly, Second, appointments, 1974
14Galveston Historical Foundation, Inc., 1974
15General Service Administration Advisory Panel, 1965-1971
16Guild for Religious Architecture, 1975-1976
17Harp and Shamrock [Society of Texas], newsletter Vol. 1, No. 2, March 1969
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201Harvard Board of Overseers Visiting Committee, [1 of 2] 1959-1965
2Harvard Board of Overseers Visiting Committee, [2 of 2] 1959-1965
3Historic American Buildings, letters and printed material, 1961-1970
4Irish Georgian Society, printed material and letters, 1955-1963, n.d.
5Irish Georgian Society, list of members and account information, 1962
6Irish Georgian Society, quarterly bulletin and newsletter, 1973
7Kenwood Community Council, San Antonio, Texas, 1972-1973
8King William Area, letters, clippings, printed material and negatives, 1965, n.d.
9King William Association, letters, printed material, 1967-1973
10King William Association, bulletin, 1973
11King William Association, 1980, n.d.
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211Learning about Learning Benefit, San Antonio, TX, clipping, 1980
2Learning about Learning, Invitations, 1980
3Learning about Learning, letters, bylaws and newsletter, 1980
4Learning about Learning, letters, card and printed material, December 1980
5Learning about Learning, 1981
6Learning about Learning, personal correspondence, 1981
7Learning about Learning, interoffice correspondence, 1981
8Learning about Learning; Learning to Look: Dialogues with O'Neil Ford, Architect, 1981
9Learning about Learning, 1981-1982
10Learning about Learning, publications, n.d.
11Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Corporation, 1960-1961
12Massachusetts Institute of Technology Visiting Committee, letters and printed material [1 of 3], 1956-1962
13Massachusetts Institute of Technology Visiting Committee, letters and printed material [2 of 3], 1957-1962
14Massachusetts Institute of Technology Visiting Committee, printed material [3 of 3], 1961-1962
15National Building Museum, 1981-1982
16National Capital Planning Commission, miscellaneous invitations and articles, printed material, 1980, n.d.
17National Council on the Arts, This Is Our Country, Trip of the First Lady, November 1968
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221National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 2], November 1968
2National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 2], November 1968
3National Council on the Arts, travel expenses for meetings, printed material, 1968-1970
4National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material, January 1969
5National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 2], May 22-23 1969
6National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 2], May 22-23 1969
7National Council on the Arts, 16th Meeting Agenda (Notebook), Oct. 24-25, 1969
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231National Council on the Arts [1 of 2], 1969
2National Council on the Arts [2 of 2], 1969
3National Council on the Arts [1 of 3], 1970
4National Council on the Arts [2 of 3], 1970
5National Council on the Arts [3 of 3], 1970
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241National Council on the Arts, Agenda for 18th Meeting (Notebook) [1 of 2], May 22-24, 1970
2National Council on the Arts, Agenda for 18th Meeting (Notebook) [2 of 2], May 22-24, 1970
3National Council on the Arts, Presidential Statement, Policies, Guidelines, Advisory Panels, etc., (Notebook) [1 of 3], 1970
4National Council on the Arts, Presidential Statement, Policies, Guidelines, Advisory Panels, etc., (Notebook) [2 of 3], 1970
5National Council on the Arts, Presidential Statement, Policies, Guidelines, Advisory Panels, etc., (Notebook) [3 of 3], 1970
6National Council on the Arts, letters, clippings, printed material [1 of 2], 1970
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251National Council on the Arts, letters and printed material [2 of 2], 1970
2National Council on the Arts, meetings, printed material [1 of 4], 1970
3National Council on the Arts, meetings, printed material [2 of 4], 1970-1974
4National Council on the Arts, meetings, printed material [3 of 4], 1971
5National Council on the Arts, meetings, printed material [4 of 4], 1971
6National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 3], May 1971
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261National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 3], May 1971
2National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [3 of 3], May 1971
3National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 2], November 1971
4National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 2], November 1971
5National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 4], February 1972
6National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 4], February 1972
7National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [3 of 4], February 1972
8National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [4 of 4], February 1972
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271National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 3], September 1972
2National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 3], September 1972
3National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [3 of 3], September 1972
4National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 2], December 1972
5National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 2], December 1972
6National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 3], February 1973
7National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 3], February 1973
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281National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [3 of 3], February 1973
2National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 4], May 1973
3National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 4], May 1973
4National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [3 of 4], May 1973
5National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [4 of 4], May 1973
6National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material, July 1973
7National Council on the Arts, 32nd Meeting (Notebook) [1 of 2], Sept. 14-16, 1973
8National Council on the Arts, 32nd Meeting (Notebook) [2 of 2], Sept. 14-16, 1973
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291National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 4], November 30-December 1, 1973
2National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 4], November 30-December 1, 1973
3National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [3 of 4], November 30-December 1, 1973
4National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [4 of 4], November 30-December 1, 1973
5National Council on the Arts, reports and meeting excerpts, printed material [1 of 2], 1973
6National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 2], 1973
7National Council on the Arts, Budget, Guidelines, Research, and Bicentennial (Notebook), Feb. 1974
8National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 4], April 1974
9National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 4], April 1974
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301National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [3 of 4], April 1974
2National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [4 of 4], April 1974
3National Council on the Arts, 36th Meeting (Notebook) [1 of 2], Sept. 3-5, 1974
4National Council on the Arts, 36th Meeting (Notebook) [2 of 2], Sept. 3-5, 1974
5National Council on the Arts, Expansion Arts and Correspondence, 1972-1976
6National Council on the Arts, Expansion Arts Program Panel, 1974-1976
7National Council on the Arts, 1974-1979
8National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 2], July 1976
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311National Council on the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 2], July 1976
2National Council on the Arts, Applications (Notebook), 1978
3National Educational Television, Report on "Theatre America", Regional Theatre Project, printed material [1 of 2], 1970
4National Educational Television, Report on "Theatre America", Regional Theatre Project, printed material [2 of 2], 1970
5National Educational Television, Report on "Theatre America", Regional Theatre Project, printed material, second half only, 1971
6National Endowment for the Arts, projects recommended for funding, 1969
7National Endowment for the Arts Architectural Program, 1971
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321National Endowment for the Arts, meeting, printed material, August 6-7, 1971
2National Endowment for the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 2], September 1971
3National Endowment for the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 2], September 1971
3National Endowment for the Arts, draft recommendations to the President, 1972
4National Endowment for the Arts, 1972-1982
5National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Advisory Panel, Oct. 29-30, 1974
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331National Endowment for the Arts, Bicentennial Committee, letter and list of objectives and approaches, 1974
2National Endowment for the Arts, City Options applications [1 of 2], 1974
3National Endowment for the Arts, City Options applications [2 of 2], 1974
4National Endowment for the Arts, City Options applications, Regional, 1974
5National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts newsletter, 1974
6National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Panel Meeting, meeting minutes, March 1974
7National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Panel Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, personal notes, itinerary and printed material, July 1974
8National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Advisory Panel, memorandum, October 1974
9National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Panel Members, addresses and phone numbers, 1974
10National Endowment for the Arts, Expansions Arts Program, Applications [1 of 2], 1974
11National Endowment for the Arts, Expansions Arts Program, Applications [2 of 2], 1974
12National Endowment for the Arts, letter, 1974
13National Endowment for the Arts, meeting in San Antonio, 1974
14National Endowment for the Arts, meeting in San Antonio, letters and printed material, 1974
15National Endowment for the Arts, meeting memoranda, 1974
16National Endowment for the Arts, O'Neil Ford's last meeting, photograph, 1974
17National Endowment for the Arts, Press Releases, 1974
18National Endowment for the Arts, Personnel Information (Ford), 1974-1976
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341National Endowment for the Arts, Federal Regional Design Assembly/Western States, 1975
2National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications, printed material [1 of 2], 1975
3National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications, printed material [2 of 2], 1975
4National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Recommendations, letters, 1975
5National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Recommendations, printed material, 1975
6National Endowment for the Arts, meeting, printed material [1 of 2], December 4-6, 1975
7National Endowment for the Arts, meeting, printed material [2 of 2], December 4-6, 1975
8National Endowment for the Arts, Panel Books [1 of 2], 1975
9National Endowment for the Arts, Panel Books [2 of 2], 1975
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351National Endowment for the Arts, Panel Book and Project Grant Applications, printed material [1 of 3], 1975-1976
2National Endowment for the Arts, Panel Book and Project Grant Applications, printed material [2 of 3], 1975-1976
3National Endowment for the Arts, Panel Book and Project Grant Applications, printed material [3 of 3], 1975-1976
4National Endowment for the Arts, Architecture & Environmental Arts Program, Bill N. Lacy, Director, 1976
5National Endowment for the Arts: Arts, Education and Americans Project, 1976
6National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications, printed material, 1976
7National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications, printed material [1 of 4], 1976
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361National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications, printed material [2 of 4], 1976
2National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications, printed material [3 of 4], 1976
3National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications, printed material [4 of 4], 1976
4National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Program, Panel Books and Project Grant Applications, printed material [1 of 3], June 1976
5National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Program, Panel Books and Project Grant Applications, printed material [2 of 3], June 1976
6National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Program, Panel Books and Project Grant Applications, printed material [3 of 3], June 1976
7National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Program and Applications, printed material, October 1976
8National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Program and Applications, printed material, 1976
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371National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Program, Applications and Review, 1976
2National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Advisory Panel Meeting, printed material [1 of 2], November 30-December 2, 1976
3National Endowment for the Arts, Expansion Arts Advisory Panel Meeting, printed material [2 of 2], November 30-December 2, 1976
4National Endowment for the Arts, Project Grant Applications, printed material [1 of 3], 1976-1977
5National Endowment for the Arts, Project Grant Applications, printed material [2 of 3], 1976-1977
6National Endowment for the Arts, Project Grant Applications, printed material [3 of 3], 1976-1977
7National Endowment for the Arts, Roster and Letters, 1976-1977
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381National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications [1 of 4], 1977
2National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications [2 of 4], 1977
3National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications, printed material [3 of 4], 1977
4National Endowment for the Arts, Grant Applications, printed material [4 of 4], 1977
5National Endowment for the Arts, Meeting, printed material, 1977
6National Endowment for the Arts, Proposal from Theater Square, San Antonio, TX, 1977
7National Endowment for the Arts, Project Grant Applications, printed material [1 of 3], 1977-1978
8National Endowment for the Arts, Project Grant Applications, printed material [2 of 3], 1977-1978
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391National Endowment for the Arts, Project Grant Applications, printed material [3 of 3], 1977-1978
2National Endowment for the Arts, Panel Books and Project Grant Applications, printed material [1 of 2], 1977-1978
3National Endowment for the Arts, Panel Books and Project Grant Applications, printed material [2 of 2], 1977-1978
4National Endowment for the Arts, Task Force on the Education, Training and Development of Professional Artists and Arts Educators [1 of 2], 1977-1978
5National Endowment for the Arts, Task Force on the Education, Training and Development of Professional Artists and Arts Educators [2 of 2], 1978
6National Endowment for the Arts, 1977-1980
7National Endowment for the Arts, materials for sub-committee on Arts Education Meeting, printed material [1 of 2], March 1978
8National Endowment for the Arts, materials for sub-committee on Arts Education Meeting, printed material [2 of 2], March 1978
9National Endowment for the Arts, A Report from the National Council on the Arts to the Presidential Task Force on the Arts and the Humanities: Advancing the Arts in America, July 1981
10National Endowment for the Arts, Consultant Assignments, "Wilderness Manuscript", etc., n.d.
11National Endowment for the Arts, Guide to Programs, publication, n.d.
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401National Endowment for the Arts, photographs of panel members [1 of 3], n.d.
2National Endowment for the Arts, photographs of panel members [2 of 3], n.d.
3National Endowment for the Arts, photocopies of photographs [3 of 3], n.d.
4National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1975
5National Trust for Historic Preservation, letters, articles, annual reports, pamphlets, n.d.
6Old Spanish Missions Committee, San Antonio, Texas, 1970-1973
7Old Spanish Missions Committee, meeting, 1974
8Old Spanish Missions Committee, 1975-1976
9Our Lady of the Lake College, Community Creative Arts Center, Advisory Board, 1969-1970
10Panel on Arts, Education and Americans, printed material, June 1975
11Paseo del Rio Association, letter from Bradford R. Breuer, 1978
12Public Information Corporation, Capital Eye, 1976-1977
13Richardson Foundation, Sid W., Annual Report, 1975
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411San Antonio Conservation Society, miscellaneous [includes clippings] [1 of 3], 1963-1976
2San Antonio Conservation Society, miscellaneous [includes clippings] [2 of 3], 1963-1976
3San Antonio Conservation Society, miscellaneous [includes clippings] [3 of 3], 1963-1976
4San Antonio Conservation Society Newsletter, 1963-1977
5San Antonio Conservation Society; Resolution, 1983
6San Antonio Museum Association, 1972
7San Juan Mission Meeting, personal notes, 1970
8School Conference 1953 and Research Council, School Building Research Council, letters and travel statements, 1953-1954
9Societies of Architectural Historians, itineraries, tour information, maps, conference materials, printed material, 1973
10Society of American Registered Architects, 25th Anniversary Annual Banquet, 1981
11Task Force on Federal Architecture, meeting minutes, 1973
12Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities [1 of 2], 1965-1977
13Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities [2 of 2], 1965-1977
14Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Architectural Advisory Panel, 1973
15Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Grant Applications Committee, 1973
16Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Architecture Advisory Panel Meetings, 1976
17Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Architecture and Environmental Arts Panel, 1976
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421Texas Community Arts Council Conference, letters and printed material, May 1969
2Texas Conference: Campus and University Planning, San Antonio, TX, 1968
3Texas Fine Arts Commission, Texas Arts Councils Conference, Report, 1969
4Texas Historical Commission, printed material, 1974-1980
5Texas Historical Commission, Board of Review, 1975-1976
6Texas Historical Commission, Board of Review, 1976
7Texas Historical Commission 1977-1979
8Texas Historical Commission 1978
9Texas Historical Commission, letters, 1980
10Texas Old Missions Restoration Association, letters and printed material, 1968-1971, n.d.
11Texas Review Board, 1976
12Texas Society of Architects, by-laws, 1939
13Texas Society of Architects, Committee on Urban Design, 1969
14Texas Society of Architects, Convention, 1969
15Texas Society of Architects, Commission on the Environment, 1970-1971
16Texas Society of Architects, Environmental Resources Committee, 1972
17Texas Society of Architects, Convention, San Antonio, TX, 1973
18Texas State Historical Survey Committee, publications, brochures, "100 Years Ago" newspaper, letter, Jacksonboro, Texas postcards, 1965-1968
19Texas State Historical Society Commission, "Preliminary Preservation Plan for the State of Texas", 1970
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431Texas State Historical Survey Committee, letters and printed material [1 of 3], 1972
2Texas State Historical Survey Committee, letters and printed material [2 of 3], 1972
3Texas State Historical Survey Committee, clippings, letters and printed material [3 of 3], 1972
4Texas State Historical Survey Committee, letter, 1973
5Texas State Historical Survey Committee, printed material, 1973
6Texas State Historical Survey Committee, 1973-1976
7Texas State Historical Survey Committee; brochure: Guide to Official Texas State Historical Markers, article, Texas School Book Depository File, agenda, stickers, n.d.
8U.S. Department of State, Foreign Buildings Operations, 1978
9U.S. Department of State, Foreign Buildings Operations, 1979
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1076U.S. Department of State, Foreign Buildings Operations, Architects and Engineers List, October 2, 1979
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441U.S. Department of State, Foreign Buildings Operations, Architectural Advisory Consultants Meeting, 1979
2U.S. Department of State, Foreign Buildings Operations, 1980
3U.S. Department of State, Foreign Buildings Operations; correspondence and notes, 1980, n.d.
4United States Housing Authority, Architectural Advisory Committee, Juries, etc. [1 of 2], 1941
5United States Housing Authority, Architectural Advisory Committee, Juries, etc. [2 of 2], 1941
6University of Texas at San Antonio School of Architecture Task Force, 1974
7University of Texas, College of Engineering, Engineering for Executives, Lake Travis, 1968
8University of Texas, School of Architecture, Architecture Foundation Advisory Council, letters and printed material [1 of 3] 1969-1971
9University of Texas, School of Architecture, Architecture Foundation Advisory Council, letters and printed material [2 of 3] 1970-1973, n.d.
10University of Texas, School of Architecture, Architecture Foundation Advisory Council, letters and printed material [3 of 3] 1970-1977
11University of Virginia, Jefferson Memorial Committee, 1968-1973
Series B3: Awards & Honors, 1955-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Awards and Honors subseries contains papers regarding honors given to Ford from the American Institute of Architects and other architectural societies, architectural commissions, and universities, including the endowed O'Neil Ford Chair of the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. Also present are clippings and letters regarding the designation of Ford as a National Historic Landmark in 1976 by the National Council on the Arts.
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451Awards, 1955-1972
2Rice University, People's Architects, 1963-1973
3Trinity University, Honorary Doctorate, 1967
4Trinity University, National Academy of Design, UTSA awards and honors, 1967, 1982
5Southern Methodist University, Honorary Doctorate, 1972-1973
6Georgia Institute of Technology, Award, Commander of the Order of the South, 1973
7Sociedad de Arquitectos Mexicanos, Fellow, 1974
8National Historic Landmark, 1976
9National Historic Landmark, O'Neil Ford, 1976
10National Historic Landmark, clippings and letters [1 of 2], 1976
11National Historic Landmark, clippings and letters [2 of 2], 1976
12Landmark Article, Washington Post, Ford as first American "National Historical Landmark", letters, 1976
13Invitation, speech and assorted printed material to honor Ford, 1976, n.d.
14University of Dallas, Honorary Doctorate, 1976
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461American Institute of Architects, Architectural Firm Award, 1977
2American Institute of Architects, Dallas Chapter, Citation of Honor, 1977
3Louisiana State University, School of Architecture, Distinguished Lecturer Award, 1977
4North Texas State University Distinguished Alumni Award, clippings, 1977
5Texas Society of Architects, Llewellyn "Skeet" Pitts Award, 1977
6Texas Historical Commission, Ruth Lester Award for Outstanding and Meritorious Service in Historical Preservation, 1977-1978
7Awards and Honors correspondence, 1977-1981
8University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, O'Neil Ford Chair of Architecture, letters, articles, clippings and printed material, 1980
9American Institute of Architects, nomination of O'Neil Ford, letters, 1981
10Ford, O'Neil Endowment Fund Record of Donors and University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, "O'Neil Ford: A Proposed Chair in Architecture" pamphlet, 1981, n.d.
11Foster, George Award; Ford's reception, printed material, 1981
12Harp and Shamrock Society of Texas, Certificate of Appreciation, 1981
13Society of American Registered Architects (S.A.R.A.); Synergy Award, 1981
14The University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, O'Neil Ford Centennial Chair in Architecture, 1981
15The University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, O'Neil Ford Centennial Chair in Architecture, Endowment Fund, 1981
16The University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, O'Neil Ford Centennial Chair in Architecture, Grace Jones, 1981-1982
17American Institute of Architects Award, Clipping, 1982
18O'Neil Ford Centennial Chair, 1982, n.d.
19Degrees, honorary, n.d.
20Historic Landmark New Yorker cartoon, original and reproduction, n.d.
21Texas Homes magazine, reception honoring O'Neil Ford
22University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, O'Neil Ford: A Proposed Chair in Architecture, n.d.
Series B4: Civic Activities, 1964-1974.
Subseries Abstract
The Civic Activities subseries contains papers relating to Ford's term as director of the Citizens National Bank of San Antonio.
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4623Citizens National Bank of San Antonio, Directorship [1 of 2], 1964-1973
24Citizens National Bank of San Antonio, Directorship [2 of 2], 1972-1974
25Citizens National Bank of San Antonio, financial statement and letter, 1973-1974
Series B5: Clippings, 1943-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Clippings subseries contains clippings concerning architectural news and topics, especially those occurring in the Southwest.
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471Personal Momentos [assorted clippings], 1943-1977, n.d
2Clippings, professional, 1962-1981
3Clippings (including one postcard from Ford), 1964-1965
4Assorted clippings, 1965, 1982
5Zachry's Hotel [Palacio del Rio Hotel], San Antonio, TX, 1966-1967
6King William Street Area, clippings, 1969
7Kennedy Center, clipping, 1971
8Clippings, 1974-1976
9Personal Momentos [clippings], 1974-1979, n.d.
[includes Weese drawing of Tokyo U.S. Embassy]
10Clippings, 1978-1979
11Assorted clippings, and printed material, 1980
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481Clippings, undated
2Clippings, 1935-1959
3Clippings, 1960s
4Clippings, 1970s
5Clippings, 1980s
6Clippings, from a single scrapbook, 1963-1968
7Essays on Architecture, miscellaneous, n.d.
Series B6: Consulting, 1974-1982.
Subseries Abstract
The Consulting subseries contains documents relating to Ford's appointment as a consultant for the University of Oklahoma and the University of South Carolina.
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488University of South Carolina, SC Governor Symposium, Appointments, 1974
9University of Oklahoma, William Saxon Consultation, 1982
Series B7: Correspondence, 1933-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Correspondence subseries contains correspondence between Ford and clients, architects, university personnel, and others with whom he had a professional relationship in the field of architecture or in the areas of arts, humanities, and education.
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4810Personal Momentos [assorted clippings and letters], 1933, 1975-1979, n.d.
11Correspondence, undated
12Correspondence, 1937-1939
13Correspondence, 1940s
14Correspondence, 1950s
15Correspondence, 1960s
16Correspondence, 1970s
17Correspondence, 1980s
18Envelope from David Williams with personal notes written in pencil, October 11, 1959
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492Assorted letters, 1939-1940, n.d.
3Correspondence, professional, 1939-1941, 1961-1979
4Assorted letters and printed material [1 of 2], 1939-1942, n.d.
5Assorted letters and printed material [2 of 2], 1939-1942, n.d.
6Correspondence, 1940-1951, n.d.
7Assorted letters and article, 1941
8Velasquez Family; recommendations of Luis Velasquez and Maria Luisa Maldanado by Ford, letters to Vice Consul Raineri and the American Consulate from Ford, affidavit of support, all regarding support of the Velasquez family, 1949
9Assorted letters, "Kind Words", 1950-1958
10Lectures; miscellaneous, correspondence, 1950-1961
11People, 1950-1980
12Lectures, etc., includes correspondence and notes on Lift Slab technique, Europe, 1951
13Visitors, 1952-1957
14Lectures, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1954
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501Lectures, Clemson College, 1954-1957
2Correspondence, clippings, 1954-1959
3Ronan, Wilbert Cathmor; correspondence, 1955
4Thompson, Thomas B.; correspondence, 1955
5Assorted letters to and from O'Neil Ford, 1955-1974
6Personal Momentos [letters and clippings], 1955-1980, n.d.
7Williams, David R.; letter to Arch Swank, c.1957
8Assorted letters, "Kind Words" [1 of 2], 1960-1969
9Assorted letters, "Kind Words"[2 of 2], 1960-1969
10Correspondence, clippings, assorted, 1960-1978
11Assorted letters, 1962
12Lectures, Marquette University, 1962-1963
13Letters to Richard Colley and John H. Keiffer, 1963, n.d.
14NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards), newsletters and letters, 1963-1970
15Assorted letters, 1964
16Warren, Betsy; pencil sketches of Austin landmarks and letter, 1964
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511Correspondence and clippings, 1964-1970
2Correspondence, 1964-1982
3Correspondence and miscellaneous [1 of 2], 1965-1979
4Correspondence and miscellaneous [2 of 2], 1965-1979
5Joint American Institute of Architects-Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of Technology Meeting, letter, 1966
6Miller, Marshall; correspondence, MAPKA arts and crafts (Bill Manning), article, printed material, 1966-1970, n.d.
7California State College Environmental Conference, correspondence, March 1967
8Letters, page two of, regarding IRS questioning, 1967
9Walker, Rufus and Co.; letter to Laurie, James W., 1967
10O'Neil Ford Book, National Endowment for the Humanities Research Grant Forms, letters, 1967, 1976
11Assorted letters, 1968
12Maverick, Maury Jr.; letter and "Sea Frontiers" article, 1968
13Trinity University, letter to Wanda Ford from Leon M. Taylor, list of campus buildings, 1968
14Assorted letters, (including proposed plans for Austin Texas Mansion Block), 1969
15Trinity University, McDermott Foundation Literature, printed material and letters, 1969, n.d.
16Assorted letters; "Kind Words", 1970-1971
17Assorted letters, "Kind Words", 1970-1973
18Assorted letters, "Kind Words", 1970-1982
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521Swank, A.B., letter, 1971
2Correspondence, 1971-1978
3Assorted letters and printed material regarding Ford, "Kind Words", 1971-1980
4Assorted letters, 1972
5Lasater, Ike K.; letter, 1972
6Luter, John; resume, recommendations and correspondence with O'Neil Ford, 1972
7Mock, Charles; letter, 1972
8Taniguchi, Alan; letters, 1972-1974, n.d.
9Superior Savings and Loan, 1972-1975
10Bowen Foundation, Inc., (John Bowen), 1972-1976
11Correspondence, 1972-1978
12Assorted letters, 1973
13King, Rollin W. ( Los Angeles Times) and Dan Masters, letters, 1973
14Wurster, Bill; clipping and notice of death, 1973
15Kendall, Dorothy; includes correspondence, 1973-1977
16Rosen, Manny; and miscellaneous, letters and printed material, 1973-1977
17Personal Momentos [clippings and letters], 1973-1980, n.d
18Assorted correspondence, 1974
19Assorted letters, Rice University School of Architecture, Lloyd W. Jary, P.E. Haggerty, 1974
20Assorted letters, to Ford, Wanda Ford; from Ford, secretary Wanda Childs, 1974
21Doncaster, John D.; correspondence with Ford, 1974
22Green, Cecil H.; letter, 1974
23Linz, Joe; correspondence, 1974
24Madrona Press, Inc., letter, 1974
25Mulkey, John; letter to John Leeper, 1974
26San Antonio Art Institute, letter, 1974
27San Antonio Bicentennial Committee, Chuck Snyder correspondence with Ford, 1974
28Solar Energy, letters from University of Virginia and the A.B.R. Partnership Architects, 1974
29Texas Society of Architects, letter, 1974
30Whiteside, Emily; letter, 1974
31The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, recommendations, 1974-1976
32Assorted letters, third party letters included, 1975
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531Bryant, Mavis, 1975
2Cunningham, Nita, 1975
3Guatemala, correspondence, 1975
4Johnson, Lady Bird, 1975
5Oglesby, Enslie O. (Bud); letters and article, 1975
6Price, Martin; (Architect), letter and resume, 1975
7Rivera, Suzan; (Hotel Atitlan), letters, 1975
8Southwest Craft Center, letters, newsletter and National Endowment for the Arts Project Grant Applications, 1975
9Weese, Harry; (Architect), Letter, 1975
10Winans, Linda F., 1975, n.d.
11Bierstadts, letters from Evangeline M. Glass and Ford's personal notes concerning the purchase of Bierstadts, 1975-1976
12Mission Parkway (San Antonio), letters and clipping, 1975-1976
13Assorted professional correspondence and printed material, 1975-1978
14Personal Momentos [clippings, letters and sketches], 1975-1978, n.d
15Army, Department of; Report of D.O.D. and defense-related employment, 1976
16Assorted letters, 1976
17Centennial Hall Office Complex seals, Colorado Springs, CO, 1976
18Connally, Ernest Allen, 1976
19Foundation for Latin American Anthropological Research, Inc., 1976
20Jones, A. Quincy (Elaine); correspondence to, 1976
21National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship Recommendation for O'Neil Ford Biography, assorted printed material, 1976, n.d.
22Parks (National and Local): Santa Fe, Denver and Washington, letter to Norman Harp of National Park Service, letters and printed material, 1976
23Smith, Kidder; FAIA, letter to Ford, letter to Wanda Ford, 1976
24Stanaugh, Claude; fellowship application, letter and essay, 1976, n.d.
25Woodlake Community; Booker, Terry; Texas A & M University; correspondence, 1976
26Good letters, Casady - Jones - Etc. - Lacy (letters to Wanda Ford included), 1976-1977
27Assorted personal and professional correspondence "to be answered now", 1976-1977
28Assorted letters, 1977
29Howard, Margaret B., letter, 1977
30Morris, Art; Department of Immigration and Naturalization, 1977
31Professional correspondence and clippings [1 of 3], 1977, n.d.
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541Professional correspondence and clippings [2 of 3], 1977, n.d.
2Professional correspondence and clippings [3 of 3], 1977, n.d.
3Witte, letters and notes, 1977-1980, n.d.
4Assorted letters, "Kind Words", 1977-1982
5Assorted letters, 1978
6Assorted professional letters and printed material, 1978
7Latin Roots in the Built Environment Lecture, 1978
8Letters, correspondence, June 1978
9Professional correspondence and printed material [1 of 3], 1978-1979
10Professional correspondence and printed material [2 of 3], 1978-1979
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551Professional correspondence and printed material [3 of 3], 1978-1979
2Correspondence and printed material, 1978-1979, n.d
3Professional correspondence, 1978-1980
4Assorted professional correspondence and clippings [1 of 2], 1979
5Assorted professional correspondence and clippings [2 of 2], 1979
6Assorted letters, 1979
7Carver Company, letters, 1979
8Foerster, Mr., letter from O'Neil Ford, November 1979
9Letter to Milton Babbitt, diary notes by "Roy," 1979
10Letters and letter from Ford to "Pat", 1979
11Letters to Editor- M. Lucero and the like, 1979; clippings and letters, 1979
12Landry, Duane E.; letter to Ford, 1979
13Tobin, Robert and Carrozza,Vincent; correspondence and letters, 1979
14Carver Company, Arline Cone, letters, 1979-1980
15North Texas State University, correspondence with Vernon Neuhaus, letters, clippings, 1979-1980
16Correspondence and foreword to Lynn Ford book, 1979, 1982, n.d.
17Assorted letters, "Kind Words", 1979-1982
18Architectural Record, New York, New York, correspondence, 1980
19Assorted letters, 1980
20Assorted letters, Gene T. Chiles and former student Allison, photo, 1980
21Duncan, John; Cowboy Art Gallery, letter, 1980
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561Goldfinch, Elizabeth; Brownsville, correspondence, photos, articles and Charles Goldfinch's dissertation, 1980
2Correspondence, professional, 1980-1982, n.d.
3Correspondence, 1981, n.d.
4Professional correspondence and printed material [1 of 2], 1981
5Professional correspondence and clippings [2 of 2], 1981
6Assorted letters to O'Neil Ford, letter to Sue Oppenheimer from Ford, 1982
7Correspondence, 1982, n.d.
8Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 1982
9George, Mary Carolyn; concerning O'Neil Ford biography, letters, 1982
10Green, Cecil; Dabney, Crystal; Belkington, Bob; letters to Ford, 1982
11University of Texas, Roland Gommel Roessner Centennial Professorship in Architecture, Proposed, 1982
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571Zepeda de Kane, Frances Pizzini, University of Texas at San Antonio, correspondence and vita, 1982
2Ipince, Alberto Menacho, resume, n.d.
3Mudd, John and Alexandra; letter to Ford and list of required spaces for the Mudd Program, n.d.
4Porter, John; resume, n.d.
5Trautner, Ted R.; letter, n.d.
6Wolf Trap; correspondence, n.d.
7Wright, Frank Lloyd; picture, sent by Charles S. Stough, n.d.
8Young, Joe; (Architect), letter, n.d.
Series B8: Inventions, 1941.
Subseries Abstract
The Inventions subseries contains sketches and correspondence concerning Ford's invention of a Wire Gripper and Collapsible Gate.
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579Inventions, Wire Gripper and Collapsible Gate, correspondence and sketches, 1941
Series B9: Jurying, 1951-1977, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Jurying subseries contains material relating to jury appointments Ford served with the American Institute of Architects, the U.S. Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Army, universities, and architectural publications. Other material regarding juries Ford participated in can also be found in the subseries Associations and Committees above.
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5710National Association of Home Builders Forum House Design Competition, letters and plans, 1951
11Juries, competitions, miscellaneous, 1951-1966
12Harvard Jury, 1952
13American Institute of Architects, Kansas City Chapter, Honor Awards Jury, 1963
14Juries, miscellaneous, 1964-1974
15University of New Mexico, Club House Competition, 1965
16U.S. Army Architectural Awards jury, 1966-1968
17American Institute of Architects, Dallas Chapter, Jury, 1968
18Rice University, Jury Week, 1968
19Survey One, clippings, letters, printed material, 1968
20U.S. Army, Department of, jury, 1968-1970
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581American Institute of Architects, Jury of Fellows [1 of 2], 1968-1971
2American Institute of Architects, Jury of Fellows [2 of 2], 1968-1971
3American Institute of Architects, Fort Worth, Local Design Competition, Appointments, 1973
4Corps of Engineers Jury, appointments, 1974
5Corps of Engineers, Design Awards Jury, appointments, September 1974
6American Institute of Architects, Houston Jury, Appointments, October 1974
7San Francisco Honor Awards Jury, appointments, December 1974
8Central States Honor Award Jury, St. Louis, MO, 1975
9Corpus Christi, City of, Garcia y Swope Partnership, 1975
10General Services Administration, 1975 Central States Region Honor Awards Jury, correspondence, notes, 1975-1976
11U.S. Army, Chief of Engineers Distinguished Design Awards Program, Architectural Jury, 1976
12American Institute of Architects, Honor Awards Jury for Extended Use, 1977
13Louis Sullivan Award Jury, 1981
Series B10: Licenses & Registrations, 1967-1983.
Subseries Abstract
The Licenses and Registrations subseries contains license applications, old licenses, and state registrations for Ford.
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5814License applications/Old licenses, 1967-1976
15State registrations, 1983
Series B11: Panels, 1959-1976, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Panels subseries contains materials demonstrating Ford's participation in architectural panels in the Southwest and other locations in the United States.
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5816University of California, Institute of Personality Assessment and Research, 1959
17Inter-American Conference on Materials Technology, letter, registration list, 1968
18Biloxi Design Festival, Biloxi, Miss., 1974
19Miami River Development, letters and conference program, 1974
20Dallas Market Center Co., Dallas, Tex., 1975
21Monumental Sculpture - Houston [Symposium], 1975
22San Antonio College, letter and clipping, 1975
23Symposium on the Arts, Lyndon B. Johnson Library, University of Texas, Austin, Tex., 1975
24Texas Theatre Foundation, Houston, Tex., 1976
25Canadian Border Station [United States/Canadian Border Station, Boundary, Seattle, Wash.], 1976
26United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, DC, 1976
27Incarnate Word College, panel notes, n.d.
28Southern Methodist University, Beautification conference, 1966
28A Seminar for Citizen Leaders, League of Women Voters Education Fund, Austin, Tex., April 12-14, 1966
28Texas Society of Architects, Design panel, October 30, 1981
Series B12: Photographs, 1957-1980, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Photographs subseries contains photographs of architecture, especially in Texas and Mexico, used as a reference source by Ford.
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591Concrete applications, construction photographs, 1952, n.d.
2Scenery, color photos of outdoor scenes, 1957-1966
3Photographs, assorted, 1975-1980, n.d.
4Capitol Hotel, photographs, n.d.
5Concrete, Experimental, n.d.
6Italian Art and Architecture, photo reproductions, n.d.
7Mexico, Old Buildings, n.d.
8Miscellaneous photographs: 218 Washington; 328 Madison, n.d.
9Miscellaneous Photos and Envelopes, n.d.
10Miscellaneous photos [1 of 2], n.d.
11Miscellaneous photos [2 of 2], n.d.
12Negatives, n.d.
13Photographs, unidentified subjects, n.d.
14San Antonio Homes, Churches, and Buildings, n.d.
15San Antonio Missions, Old Pictures of [1 of 3], n.d.
16San Antonio Missions, Old Pictures of [2 of 3], n.d.
17San Antonio Missions, Old Pictures of [3 of 3], n.d.
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601San Antonio Missions, photographs, n.d.
2San Antonio ("Old Photos of"), photographs [1 of 2], n.d.
3San Antonio ("Old Photos of"), photographs [2 of 2], n.d.
4Texas homes, churches and buildings (and a few from Mexico), photographs, n.d.
5Texas, Old Buildings [1 of 2] n.d.
6Texas, Old Buildings [2 of 2] n.d.
Series B13: Presentations, 1959-1981.
Subseries Abstract
The Presentations subseries contains correspondence, clippings, printed material, and notes concerning Ford's engagements as a speaker. In a few instances portions of Ford's speech notes are present.
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607Introductions of Ford, 1959, 1965
8Conferences - Miscellaneous, printed material, 1962-1965, n.d.
9Speaking Engagements, 1963-1969
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611Land and Water Use Seminar, League of Women Voters, publications and printed material, 1965-1966
2Winedale Workshop, clippings, printed material, letters, 1965-1969
3American Institute of Architects Awards, Arizona, 1965-1973
4Sculpture Symposium, Austin, Texas, clipping, letter, draft of O'Neil Ford's speech, 1966-1967
5Presentations, notes, 1967, n.d.
6Speeches, Trinity University Commencement, San Antonio, TX, 1967
7Trinity University Commencement 1967, program with Ford commencement address, 1967
8American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), letters, newsletters and articles, 1968
9MENSA "Think In," 1969
10Governor's Mansion Commemoration (Austin, TX), letters, photographs, printed material, 1969
11Speaking Engagements, 1969-1974
12Miscellaneous and incomplete letters, printed material, personal notes and lectures, 1969, 1977-1978, n.d.
13Lecture Series, Carlton College, includes clippings, 1971
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621National Secretaries Associations, letter regarding Ford's speech, 1972
2Dallas Market Center Show, letters regarding, 1974-1975
3Bright New City, Chicago, Lecture Series, 1975
4Lectures, Miscelleneous Correspondence, 1975
5Trinity Women's Club, San Antonio, Tex., 1975
6University of Dallas, Fact Sheet, Faculty/Staff Directory, letter and clipping, 1976
7San Antonio Conservation Society, Annual Awards Presentation, 1977
8University of Dallas, University Gallery, Ford Portfolio Exhibition, 1977
9Miscellaneous and incomplete letters, articles and personal notes, 1977-1981, n.d.
10Ford, O'Neil; Lectures, printed material and notes, c.1979
11Lectures, Texas A & M and University of Texas, letters, clipping and personal notes, 1980
12San Antonio Rotary Club, Wheel of Fortune, includes brochure on O'Neil Ford Speech, 1981
13Ford, O'Neil, speech, Arlington, n.d.
14Lecture material, notes, n.d.
15Ford, O'Neil, speech material, n.d.
16Lecture material, printed material, articles, n.d.
17Lecture materials, Florida, April 9
18Lecture material, printed material and miscellaneous letter, n.d.
19Lecture, 1939-1982, n.d.
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631Lectures, San Antonio Honors Society, University of Texas at Austin, Witte Museum, Texas A&M, articles and personal notes, n.d.
2Presentation notes by Ford, n.d.
Series B14: Publicity, 1939-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Publicity subseries contains clippings of articles on Ford and his work in newspapers, journals, and magazines.
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633Clippings, 1940s
4Clippings 1950s
5Clippings, 1906-1964
6Clippings, 11965-1969
7Scrapbook pages, 1966
8Clippings, 1970-1974
9Clippings, 1975-1977
10Clippings, 1978-1979
11Clippings, 1980-1989
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641Clippings, 1990-1992
2Clippings, undated
Series B15: Reference Files, 1864-1888, 1937-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Reference Files subseries contains clippings and other published material concerning architectural topics collected by Ford as reference resources, lists of professional contacts, and some material relating to arts and education. Printed material and photographs of the Youtz-Slick Lift Slab method of construction are also included; additional Lift Slab material is located in Publicity within the Office Records series.
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661History Research, facsimile of 1864 document
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1081Scientific American Supplement; September 1869-May 1886
3The Manufacturer and Builder; April, May, October, n.d., 1870
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662The American Architect and Building News; February 4, 18; March 17, 24; October 13, 20; December 29, 1883
3Carpentry and Building; January, March, April 1883 and "Vermont Monuments at Gettysburg" poster
4Carpentry and Building; March, June 1883, September 1888, March 1890
5The American Architect and Building News; February 4, 18; March 17, 24; October 13, 20; December 29, 1883
6The American Architect and Building News; April 21; July 21, 28; August 4, 11; October 6, 1883
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1082Scientific American Supplement; January 1884-September 1899
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667The American Architect and Building News; January 3, 5; March 31; April 7, 14, 28; May 5, 1888
8The American Architect and Building News; January 14, 21; December 15, 22, 1888
9The American Architect and Building News; January 28; February 25; March 3; May 12; November 10, 1888
10The American Architect and Building News; February 11; June 23, 30; July 14; August 18, 25; September 8, 15, 1888
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671The American Architect and Building News; March 10; May 19, 26; July 7; September 1, 29, 1888
2Inland Architect and News Record; January, February, May, June, August 1889
3Stone: A Journal for Producers, Workers and Users of Stone Marble and Granite, November 1889
4Clippings, 1939-1971, n.d.
5Assorted notes, printed material and articles, 1940-1947, n.d.
6Air Tech Clippings, 1943
7Clippings, 1948-1960
8Clippings [1 of 3], 1949-1980, n.d.
9Clippings [2 of 3], 1949-1980, n.d.
10Clippings[3 of 3], 1949-1980, n.d.
11Youtz-Slick Lift Slab Construction, Completed, photographs and corresponding printed material, 1950-1951
12Youtz-Slick Lift Slab Method of Construction, photos and corresponding printed material article [1 of 2], 1950-1953
13Youtz-Slick Lift Slab Method of Construction, photos, corresponding printed material and article [2 of 2], 1950-1960
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681Technical Bulletin, Housing and Home Finance Agency, Washington, D.C., 1951
2Lift Slab Articles [1 of 2], 1951-1956, n.d.
3Lift Slab Articles [2 of 2], 1951-1956, n.d.
4Goodman, Charles M., Purdue University, speech, 1953
5Travis Park Controversy, includes clippings, Brief for Appellants, Court of Civil Appeals, etc., 1953-1954
6Historic Buildings - Texas, clippings, letters, articles and lists of historical sites, 1954-1976
7Philosophy, Assorted Journals, 1955-1957
8Reference materials, 1955, 1973-1983
9Houston Street Mall, San Antonio, TX, includes clippings, 1956-1957
10Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA), April 1957
11Historical Interests - Miscellaneous, clippings, design proposals, printed material, 1957-1968
12Journal Articles, Miscellaneous, 1958-1976
13MacKinnon, Donald W.; speech "On Becoming an Architect", printed material, 1959
14"Night in Old San Antonio", article, San Antonio Sunday Light, 1959
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691Clippings [1 of 2], 1959-1960, n.d.
2Clippings [2 of 2], 1959-1960, n.d.
3"Preservation News" June 1982 newspaper and "Work In Progress: Charles M. Goodman Associates, 1959-1960"
4MacKinnon, Donald W., "Genus Architectus Creator Varietas Americanus," 1960
5Clippings, 1960-1979
6Assorted articles, clippings, Time Magazine January 20, 1961, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute report n.d., printed material, n.d.
7Historic American Buildings Survey, manual, printed material, 1961
8Historic American Building Inventory for Alaska, National Park Service, printed material, 1962
9Historic Houses, clippings, 1962-1968
10Articles, Miscellaneous [1 of 2], 1962-1976
11Articles, Miscellaneous [2 of 2], 1962-1976
boxfolder
701Assorted clippings, 1963-1974
2Church Architecture, 25th Annual Conference on, 1964
3Madison Square Park, clippings, 1964
4Miscellaneous printed material: magazine pages, engineering news-record reprint, order forms, 1964, n.d.
5Clippings, 1964-1965
6Majestic Theatre, Fort Worth, Texas; campaign to save, clippings, 1964-1965
7Assorted journals: Building Research, American Institute of Architects, Texas Architect, printed material and clippings, 1964-1969, n.d.
8Brick Standards, clippings, 1965
9Conference on Our Environment Crisis, clippings, letters, 1965
10White House Conference on Natural Beauty, printed material, 1965
11White House Conference on Natural Beauty, printed material and notes, 1965
12Publicity; Denton, Texas, clippings, 1965-1966
boxfolder
711Historic Buildings and Sites, San Antonio, TX; miscellaneous, clippings, printed material, articles and letters [1 of 2], 1965-1972, n.d.
2Historic Buildings Sites, San Antonio, TX; miscellaneous, clippings, printed material, articles and letters [2 of 2], 1965-1972, n.d.
3Mission Parkway, clipping and site plan, 1966
4Zisman, S.B., "Whose campus is it anyway?", 1967
5Alberca Olimpica y Gimnasio "A", Mexico City, Mex., photographs and plans, c.1968
6Assorted letters, notes and page of the "Sherman Democrat" (1968), drawings, articles, n.d.
7Texas College and University System, Coordinating Board, "Guidelines for Planning in Colleges and Universities", 1968
8Architectural Historians Newsletters, 1968-1971
9Conservation Foundation Newsletter, 1968-1971
10Jazz Composer's Orchestra Association, Inc., Carla Bley and Paul Haine's "Escalator to the Hill", budget information, articles and script, 1968-1971
boxfolder
721Lists of Names, assorted printed material, 1968-1974
2Plan overviews: Gulf Islands National Seashore, San Antonio Historical Area, printed material, 1968, 1976, n.d.
3Louisiana State Board of Architectural Examiners, Roster, 1969
4Texas Architecture, 1969
5Clippings (includes one professional letter to Ford) [1 of 3], 1969-1972
6Clippings [2 of 3], 1969-1972
7Clippings [3 of 3], 1969-1972
boxfolder
1074Farmers Society Hall, 1826 Pendleton, South Carolina by Joseph L. Young 1970, sketch
boxfolder
728Environment, General (includes clippings), 1970-1971
9Preservation- Miscellaneous, clippings, design, proposals, printed material, 1970-1975
10Postcards, notecards (blank), c.1970-1980
boxfolder
731Eagle Pass, Texas; letter and Preservation Plan, 1972
2San Antonio Urban Design Mechanisms Study, 1972
3Federal Design Improvement Program, articles, clippings and printed material, 1972-1974
4Assorted clippings, 1972-1975
5San Antonio Expressway Protest, clippings and letters, 1972-1975
6Assorted letters, assorted printed material, Topkapi Palace Museum publication, 1973, n.d.
7Clippings, 1973
8Comanche, Texas; clipping, 1973
9San Fernando Cathedral, clipping, personal notes, 1973, n.d.
10American Goes Metric, 1974
11Energy, letter and article, 1974
12The Environment Monthly, printed material, 1974
13DeMartino, L. A. (Larry), 1974
14National Register, 1974?
15Housing and Urban Development; Euston, Andy, 1974-1977
boxfolder
741Addresses and lists (directories) [1 of 2], 1974-1975, 1978-1979, n.d.
2Addresses and lists (directories) [2 of 2], 1974-1975, 1978-1979, n.d.
3Letters to the Editor, 1974-1980
4Assorted printed material, 1974, 1980-1982, n.d.
5Alamo Plaza, Letters to the Editor, (includes clipping), June-July, 1975
6Baja, California, 1975
7Boston Children's Museum, City Games, 1975
8Clippings, Art Education, 1975
9Commonwealth of Virginia: State Board of Architects, Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Statutes, Rules and Regulations, 1975
10General Services Administration, Federal Policy Design Draft, 1975
11History of the American Kitchen: 1776-1976, 1975
12History - San Antonio King William District, 1975
13Preservation, letters and printed material, 1975, n.d.
14Progressive Architecture (on San Antonio-1975), letters and articles, 1975
15San Antonio Conservation Society Newletter and San Fernando publication, 1975, n.d.
16Stallings, Rocky; "San Antonio" Magazine, 1975
17Missions, printed material, Southwestern Mission Research Center Newsletter, 1975-1976
18Printed material, 1975, 1979
19San Antonio River and Riverwalk, map, article and clippings, 1975-1982
boxfolder
751Assorted printed materials, 1976, n.d.
2Clippings, San Antonio and general architecture, 1976
3Magazine Articles, Texas Architect, 1976
4National Historical Park Bill, San Antonio Missions; National Historic Landmark, O'Neil Ford, (includes clippings), 1976
5San Antonio, articles on, 1976?
6Southern Living - Hill Country, May-June 1976
7Publications, Miscellaneous, Texas, 1976-1982
8Roster of Architects: State of Louisiana, 1976; Sanibel Captiva Directory, 1973-1974
9Guild for Religious Architecture, 1976
10Wolf Trap Farm Park for the Performing Arts, Vienna, Virginia, printed material, 1976, n.d.
11Preservation, letters and printed material, 1976, 1977, n.d.
12"Architectural Options that Materially Affect Costs of Masonry Construction" (report), 1977
13Clippings and brochures, architecture-related, 1977
14Clippings and brochures, arts and humanities-related, 1977
boxfolder
761San Fernando Cathedral, related articles, 1977
2The Newsletter, San Antonio Conservation Society publication and assorted clippings, 1977-1978, n.d.
3Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "A," [1 of 13] 1977-1981
4Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "C," [3 of 13] 1977-1981
5Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "G," [6 of 13] 1977-1980
6Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "H, I, J, K," [7 of 13] 1977-1981
7Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "S," [11 of 13] 1977-1981
8Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "U,V," [12 of 13] 1977-1981
9Assorted printed material, clippings, 1977-1982
10Aalto, Alvar; Eames, Charles; designers, clippings, 1978
11Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory and Buyers Guide; State of Texas: Texas Board of Architectural Examiners, Roster of Registered Architects, 1978
12Historical Preservation SAMSCO controversy, etc., 1978
13Important, September 1978, O'Neil Ford, O & E (includes clippings, correspondence), 1978
14Living Texas Program, 1978
15Theatre Historical Society Conference, 1978
16Assorted clippings, 1978-1979, n.d.
17Assorted clippings, 1978-1980, n.d.
boxfolder
771Clippings, 1978-1981
2Architectural reference clippings, 1978, 1982, n.d.
3Assorted printed material, 1978-1982, n.d.
4Historic Main Street War, San Antonio, Texas; Clippings and letter, 1979
5Lecture, University of Dallas, October 1979; n.d.
6San Antonio Performing Arts Districts: The Budgets; Funding Options; The Corporation, 1979
7Theatre Projects - Gallaher, Tony; letter article and Interim report, 1979
8Assorted clippings and printed material, 1979-1980, n.d.
9Assorted newsletters, clippings, printed material, 1979-1980, n.d.
10Articles: From "Texas Architect", September/October 1980; speech given by General John Bennett for the Bicentennial Texas Tour, 1976, printed material (including entire issue)
11City Building Educational Program, 1980
12Clippings, 1980
13Restaurant Design magazine, Summer 1980
14University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, "Problems in Preservation in Texas", 1980
15Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "B," [2 of 13] 1980-1981
16Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "F," [5 of 13] 1980-1981
17Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "L," [8 of 13] 1980-1981
18Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "N,O," [9 of 13] 1980-1981
boxfolder
781Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "R," [10 of 13] 1980-1981
2Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "W,X,Y,Z," [13 of 13] 1980-1981
3Architecture Minnesota (AM), April/May 1981
4Assorted printed material, 1981
5Ford, O'Neil; Personal File of Things, "E," [4 of 13] 1981, n.d.
6Historic Buildings, Wood World magazine clipping, 1981
7Hyatt Regency/Paseo Del Alamo, clippings, 1981
8Majestic Theater, San Antonio, TX, Clipping, 1981
9Professional materials and clippings, 1981
10Spencer Foundation, Annual Report, 1981
11Sullivan Award for Architecture, 1981
12Reference material, architectural, 1981-1982
13San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau, Industry Review, 1981-1982
14Trinity University Library Mural, articles, 1981-1982
15Arts-related brochures, unopened mail, 1982
16Bexar County Jail, clippings, 1982
17Clippings, local projects, 1982, n.d.
boxfolder
791Crockett Hotel, clippings, 1982
2Newsletters, TSA, HABS, 1982
3Oakwell Farms, clippings, 1982
4San Antonio Chapter of the Texas Society of Architects, Intern Development Program Committee, training and conference program, 1982
5Seminars and lectures attended, programs, 1982
6Texas Heritage Series Calendar, 1982
7Texas Theater, clippings, 1982
8Wachter, Dr. Merle; Lecture, Clipping, 1982
9Adams Wood Products, Inc., letter and catalog, 1988 (to John D. Ford)
10American Institute of Architects, "Your Building and Your Architect" booklet, n.d.
11"Arte Y Decoracion En Espana", front cover, n.d.
12Articles: "London's 10 Best Small Hotels", n.d.
13Assorted cartoons, n.d.
14Blank postcard, Arkansas Tavern Room, n.d.
15Bradford-Warren, S.J.; Midterm, n.d.
16Carter Hull Nishita McCulley Associates, Inc.
17Custom Quality Printing, advertisements, n.d.
18Drawing of Spanish Mission, Lamy?, NM, n.d.
19Drawings, Houses, n.d.
20"Elementary School Design in Texas: Elements of Space", n.d.
21E.L.M. Leblanc (French water heater), product information, n.d.
22Embajada de Japon, Mexico, photographs of plans, n.d.
23Fenestra Architectural Competition, Doctor's Clinic, n.d.
24First Repertory Clipping, Meeting notice and information, printed material, n.d.
25Historical data, drawings, articles and research materials, n.d.
26Historical Survey, Bee County, Texas, n.d.
27Housing, Community Housing Development Corporation of San Antonio, printed material, n.d.
28Interiors, periodical clipping, n.d.
29La Villita brochure, n.d.
30"Lighthouses: Chronicles of Construction on Coastal Promontories and Wave-Swept Rocks", n.d.
31McNichols Co. Catalog, n.d.
32Mexico, printed material, n.d.
33Museum of the Southwest, n.d.
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801Nicholson's Dictionary of the Science and Practice of Architecture, Building, Carpentry, n.d.
2Phone numbers, printed material, n.d.
3Pius XII Institute, poster, n.d.
4Project SDA-7, Williams/O'Brien Assoc. Architects Planners; Kaduna, Nigeria, n.d.
5Restoration/Preservation, General, n.d.
6San Antonio - Paseo del Rio, planning publication, n.d.
boxfolder
1073Skiles, Albert; photography collection of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, n.d.
boxfolder
807Southwest Craft Center, printed material, n.d.
8Standards of Adobe Construction, National Youth Administration of Colorado, n.d.
9Stationery and post cards (blank), n.d.
10"Tax Incentives for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings", Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, U.S. Department of the Interior Washington D.C., printed material, n.d.
11University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, Professional Residency Program Information, n.d.
boxfolder
643Architectural firm presentation brochures
4Articles,1931-1973
5Brochures, pamplets and reports (1 of 2)
6Brochures, pamplets and reports (2 of 2)
7Miscellaneous papers,1937-1981
8Weaving1938-1946
Series B16: Writings, 1940, 1961-1981, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Writings subseries contains drafts of letters to the editor, a brief biographical sketch of Lynn Ford, a eulogy for Tom Stell, notes including a "Climate analysis of the Southwest", and reproductions of articles written by Ford.
boxfolder
8012Writings, professional, 1940, n.d.
13Notes, 1961, 1981-1982
14Assorted notes and correspondence, 1967, n.d.
15Letters to the Editor, 1969
16Notes, Miscellaneous, by O'Neil Ford (includes correspondence), c.1975
boxfolder
811Writings by Ford [1 of 2], 1975-1977, n.d.
2Writings by Ford [2 of 2], 1975-1977, n.d.
3Notes, c.1976
4Welch, Taylor, Romig, Bill Thornton, McCashin (includes notes, sketches, correspondence), 1976-1977
5Notes, c. 1977
6Briefcase, October 29, 1978, notes
7Assorted reproductions of Ford articles, 1980-1981, n.d.
8Eulogy for Tom Stell, 1981
9Notes for unknown project, c.1981
10Assorted notes [1 of 3], n.d.
11Assorted notes [2 of 3], n.d.
12Assorted notes [3 of 3], n.d.
13Brief biography of Lynn Ford, written by Ford, n.d.
14Climate analysis of the Southwest by O'Neil Ford, n.d.
15Exhibits: Witte, DMFA, etc., n.d.
16Draft of article and unidentified letter, n.d.
17Ford, Wandita; "Dita's Shop-Ideas, etc.;" Notes, n.d.
18Mexico City Speech, Naples Paper, n.d.
19Notes and drawing, miscellaneous, [one page relates to Foreign Building Operation], n.d
20Notes for unidentified project, n.d.



Series C: Faculty Papers, 1957-1980, not dated

Series Abstract
The Faculty Papers series contains material created and gathered by Ford while a faculty member of a university. Most prominent are documents relating to Ford's participation in a Study Abroad Program to England sponsored by Texas Woman's University.
Series C1: Course Materials, 1958-1969, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Course Materials subseries contains lecture material and notes created and gathered by Ford.
boxfolder
8121Lectures, 1958-1969
22Lecture material, 1968, n.d.
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821Lectures, O'Neil Ford, n.d.
2Miscellaneous and incomplete personal notes, n.d.
Series C2: Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark, 1957-1959.
Subseries Abstract
The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark subseries contains material relating to Ford's visiting professorship at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.
boxfolder
823Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark, Visiting Professorship, 1957-1959
Series C3: Harvard University, 1962.
Subseries Abstract
The Harvard University subseries contains material relating to Ford's visiting professorship at Harvard.
boxfolder
824Harvard, Visiting Professorship, 1962
Series C4: University of Virginia, 1967-1971.
Subseries Abstract
The University of Virginia subseries contains materials relating to Ford's appointment as Jefferson Professor at the University of Virginia.
boxfolder
825University of Virginia, Jefferson Professor, 1967-1971
Series C5: University of Texas, 1972-1979.
Subseries Abstract
The University of Texas subseries contains correspondence and records relating to Ford's professorship in the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin and at San Antonio.
boxfolder
826University of Texas System, Chancellor's Comments, 1972
7University of Texas at Austin, letter regarding Ford's professorship and payroll form, 1974
8University of Texas at San Antonio, memorandum of appointment, 1979
Series C6: Texas Women's University, 1979-1980.
Subseries Abstract
The Texas Women's University subseries contains correspondence, travel itineraries and printed material relating to a study abroad program in England by Texas Women's University in which Ford participated.
boxfolder
829Texas Woman's University, International Programs, Distinguished Visiting Professor, England 1979 1978
10Texas Woman's University, Summer International Program, 1979
11Texas Woman's University, Study Abroad Program, 1979-1980
12Texas Women's University, Tour England 1980, correspondence with Colin Boyle, assorted letters, tour forms, article, 1979-1980
13Texas Women's University, Tour England 1980, correspondence with Paula House, letters and printed material [1 of 3], 1979-1980
14Texas Women's University, Tour England 1980, letters and printed material [2 of 3], 1979-1980
15Texas Women's University, Tour England 1980, travel itineraries, letters and printed material [3 of 3], 1979-1980



Series D: Office Records, 1904, 1909, 1939-1982, not dated

Series Abstract
The Office Records series contains records created and gathered by architectural firms of which Ford was a partner or principal. Included are administrative and financial records, correspondence, publicity clippings of completed projects, and reference materials.
Series D1: Administrative Records, 1904, 1909, 1940, 1953-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Administrative Records subseries contains primarily records created and kept by Ford, Powell & Carson, although payroll records of Ford and Swank, letterhead of Ford and Rogers and some material created by O'Neil Ford and Associates is present. The 1904 document are specifications for the Beckmann House, San Antonio, Texas, and the 1909 document is an abstract of the title to the King William Street offices of the firm. Included in the Ford, Powell & Carson records are legal documents and notes concerning the Skidmore College dormitory fire.
boxfolder
831Beckmann House, San Antonio, Texas, Specifications, 1904
2Texas Title Company, Abstract of Title, City Block 749, King William Street, San Antonio, Texas, 1909
3Lynch, S.A.; Payroll records, 1940
4Insurance correspondence before 1968, printed material, noted and letters, 1953-1968
5Insurance Plans for Ford, Powell and Carson, Architects and Planners, Inc., forms, printed material and letters, 1965-1972, n.d.
6Weekly Meeting Minutes, printed material, 1968
7Workmen's Compensation Correspondence, letters, notes and forms, 1968-1975
8Occupational Safety and Health [Description of], printed material, 1970
9Letters of Reference, Client Recommendation, 1970-1975
10Ford Powell Carson Profit Sharing, printed material, 1974-1980
11Powell, Boone; notes for presentations, 1976-1978
12Skidmore College, Transcripts of Civil Action Summons, 1977
13Ford, Powell Carson travel expense records, 1977-1981
14Ford, Powell Carson memoranda, 1977-1982
15University of Texas at Austin, Professional Residency Program, 1978
boxfolder
841Ford Powell Carson, meeting minutes, 1978, 1982
2Ford Powell Carson, memoranda, 1978, 1982, n.d.
3Ford, Powell Carson records, 1978-1982
4Ford, Powell, and Carson, Inc., Board of Directors Meeting, 1979
5Ford, Powell and Carson; Paseo del Rio Joint Venture, 1979
6Townsend Place Apartments - Alamo Heights, Seller's statement, 1979
7Ford Powell Carson, history of firm, 1980
8Ford Powell and Carson securities, 1980
9Lease agreement between Kangaroo Court Restaurants of Texas, Inc. and Paseo del Rio Joint Venture Number One, 1980
10Skidmore Lawyers, letters, notes and printed material, 1980-1981, n.d.
11Skidmore College Transcript of Settlement Proceedings and Legal Correspondence, 1981
12Skidmore - Donahue Notes, 1981
13United States District Court, Northern District of New York, Deposition of O'Neil Ford [1 of 2], 1981
14United States District Court, Northern District of New York, Deposition of O'Neil Ford [2 of 2], 1981
15Ford Powell Carson, Board of Directors, correspondence, 1982
16Ford Powell Carson, Department personnel assignment, Design department, 1982
17Ford Powell Carson, memoranda, 1982
18Ford Powell Carson, policy recommendations, 1982
19Blank contract for residence job, n.d.
20Ford Powell and Carson Record, printed material, n.d.
[representative projects by type]
21Ford, Powell and Carson; History of the Firm, n.d.
22Office Floor Plan, Commerce Street. n.d.
23O'Neil Ford & Gerald R. Rogers, architects letterhead, n.d.
24Workman's Compensation, forms, n.d.
Series D2: Clippings, 1956-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Clippings subseries contains clippings of published material regarding projects completed by O'Neil Ford and Associates and Ford, Powell & Carson.
boxfolder
851Ford, Powell, and Carson Projects (includes clippings), 1956-1976
2Texas Instruments (clipping from The Architect's Journal), 1957
3La Villita Assembly Building, San Antonio, Texas, Printed Material, 1959
4Skidmore and Saratoga- Publicity, printed material and clippings, 1962-1978
5Trinity University, Ruth Taylor Theater, Program of Dedication, 1966
6Trinity University Margarite B. Parker Chapel dedication pamphlets], May 1966
7Trinity University, Margarite and George Parker Chapel and Garden, San Antonio, TX, 1966?
8Tower of the Americas, printed material, 1967-1968
9HemisFair '68, printed materials, 1968
10The Strand, Galveston, Texas article, May 1974
11Skidmore College, Wilmarth Hall Dormitory Fire, clippings, 1976
12Ford, Powell, and Carson Work, clippings, 1977-1978
13Peck, Gregory and Incarnate Word College dedication, letters, clippings, River City Press publication, assorted printed material, 1980, n.d.
14Incarnate Word College, Teaching Theatre Dedication, San Antonio, TX, 1980
15Skidmore College, Clippings, 1981
16Assorted articles and Xerox reproduction of Northeast Elevation, Trinity Methodist Church, printed material, n.d.
17Ford and Associates, Architects; House by Thornton M. Abell, A.I.A. (clipping), n.d.
18St. Mark's School, Dallas, TX, clipping, n.d.
19Trinity University Brochures, n.d.
20Trinity University, Library Mural, n.d.
Series D3: Correspondence, 1939-1942, 1960-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Correspondence subseries contains general office correspondence of the firms of Ford and Swank (1938-1941), O'Neil Ford and Associates (1953-1966), and Ford, Powell & Carson (1967-1982).
boxfolder
861Ford and Swank letters, 1939-1941
2Office correspondence, 1940-1942
3Property, Aransas County, Texas; Correspondence and legal documents, 1960-1976
4Heritage Society of Austin, letter, 1963
5Green, Cecil (Chairman of Board, Texas Instruments), includes correspondence, clippings, 1963-1976
6Assorted letters, 1964-1966
7Assorted letter, correspondence, planning survey, 1964-1970
8Hemisfair (correspondence), 1965
9Materials: reference: brick, tile, stone, etc., letters, 1965-1970, n.d.
10General Services Administration, correspondence, 1966
11Housing and Urban Development, Department of, letters, 1966
12O'Neil Ford Scholarship, Bank Account books for scholarship fund, letters and notes, 1966-1975
13First Repertory Company of San Antonio, Correspondence, 1968
14Kappa Alpha Theta, Theta Flaming Festival, Letter, 1968
15Guenther Street House, letters and personal notes, 1968-1970
16London Name Plate Mfg. Co., letters, 1969
17O'Neil Ford Scholarship Fund, 1969-1970
18Trinity University, Joint Venture Agreement, 1969-1976
19Cates Construction Company, Inc., correspondence, 1970
20St. Philip's Episcopal Church, correspondence, 1970
21Lift Slab Building Systems, TexStar Construction Corporation, correspondence, 1971
22Ford, Powell Carson correspondence, 1971, 1982
23Menger Hotel, 1972
24Antoniou, James (Jim), Athens, Greece, 1973
25Correspondence, Congressional, 1973-1976
26Box, Harold (Hal), FAIA, 1974
27Dirksen Office Building, 1974
28Geurtze, Garrett J., Skidmore College, correspondence, 1974
29Grand Rapids Civic Theatre, correspondence, 1974
30Kenwood Community Council Inc., letter, 1974
31Maloney, Gerald G.; Employment resignation letter, 1974
boxfolder
871Miami, Downtown, Riverfront Development, 1974
2Powell, Boone; letter to Des Taylor, 1974
3Rice University, letter from Spencer Parsons regarding Andres Guiloff Zeldis, 1974
4Torch Club of San Antonio, letter, 1974
5Wildwood School, Aspen, Colorado (found with material on Dirksen Office Building), includes correspondence, printed material, 1974
6Ford Powell Carson, correspondence, 1974-1982
7Gonzalez, Henry B., correspondence, 1975
8Interstitial Space, 1975
9Miscellaneous letters, 1975
10Archdiocese of San Antonio, Rev. Msgr. Charles Grahmann; correspondence to, Ford, Powell, and Carson, 1976
11Blum Building, Galveston, Texas, 1976
12Ford Powell Carson correspondence, 1976-1977
13Knight, Roy, includes correspondence, 1976-1979
14Architectural Firm Award, American Institute of Architects, Design Committee, 1977
15Hospital-Health Planning, letter, April 1977
16Schreiner College; Junkin, Sam, President, 1977-1978
17St. Mary's Hall, San Antonio, Texas; Roof, Letters, 1977-1978
18Townsend Place Apartments, Correspondence, 1977-1978
19Glen Lakes, Joannidis Figures, Letter, 1978
20Ford Powell Carson, correspondence, 1979
21Vickers, Jack A.; correspondence with Ford and travel expenses, 1979
22Skidmore Tragedy, letters, 1979-1980
23Assorted letters, 1980
24HEB, letter, 1980
boxfolder
881Morrison, Dittmar, Dahlgreen and Kaine, letters to Boone Powell and Ford, Powell and Carson, 1980
2Resumes for employment at Ford Powell and Carson, 1980
3Schonbaue, Curphy and Scanlan, letter, 1980
4San Antonio Research Institute, letters and articles, 1980-1981
5Ford Powell Carson, correspondence and memoranda, 1980-1982
6"Arts and Architecture" Winter 1981 issue and loose pages of article inside, letter from editor
7San Antonio Development Agency, 1981
8North Texas State University Laboratories, letter and project list, 1981
9Ford Powell Carson, correspondence, 1981-1982
10Assorted letters [1 of 2], 1982
11Assorted letters [2 of 2], 1982
12Lady of the Lake University, letter from Ford to Mr. K. Key Hoffman, letter from Mr. K. Hoffman to Henry Graham, essay by Ford, 1982
13New Clients and Prospects; Texas Medical Association, letters, 1982
Series D4: Financial Records, 1940-1941, 1975-1982.
Subseries Abstract
The Financial Records subseries contains statements, receipts, letters and clippings of the firms of Ford and Swank (1938-1941) and Ford, Powell & Carson (1967-1982).
boxfolder
8814Ford and Swank; finance statements, 1940-1941
15Ford and Swank; letters, clippings and finance statements, 1940-1941
16Ford and Swank; letters, personal notes and finance statements, 1940-1941
17Office Expenses; Includes receipts and financial statements, 1975-1976
18Ford, Powell Carson invoices, 1977-1981
19Travel Expense Records, 1979-1980
20Assorted bank statements and project expense documents, 1979-1981
21Travel Expenses Reimbursements, printed material, 1980
boxfolder
891Alameda Properties; cash & investments, 1981-1982
2Ford Powell Carson; summary of accounts receivable, profit & loss statement, May 1982
Series D5: Product Literature, 1979-1981, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Product Literature subseries contains professional product literature gathered by Ford.
boxfolder
893Ford, Powell and Carson; Alamo Portland Cement, 1979
4Glass Reinforced Cement, Aercrete, Printed material and diagrams, 1980
5Cem-Fil Corporation, 1981
6Color Laboratories, price listings, n.d.
7Heating Units; printed material, n.d.
8Koppers Building Products pamphlet, n.d.
9Powerwall Product Catalogs, n.d.
10Sliding doors, n.d.
Series D6: Prospects, 1974-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Prospects subseries contains correspondence, notes, and clippings regarding possible project opportunities collected by Ford, Powell & Carson.
boxfolder
8911Mission Parkway Plan, letter, 1974
12Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Architect Search, Letters and clippings, 1974-1975
13Dallas Museum of Fine Arts; Anderson, Laurence, Letters and clippings, 1977
14Senior Citizens Council of Bexar County; Hank Appel; Ryan-FPC, 1977
15Alaska, John Nabors, personal notes, 1980
16Ford, Powell, and Carson, Texas Wesleyan College, Eunice and James West Library, Response to Architect's Questionnaire, 1981
17Episcopal School of Acadiana, correspondence, 1982
18Financial Information Center, Presentation, n.d.
Series D7: Public Relations, c.1940-1950s, 1964-1976, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Public Relations subseries contains brochures and other public relations tools created by Ford and Rogers and Ford, Powell & Carson.
boxfolder
8919Brochure of work of O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, c.1940-1950s, includes photographs
20Ford, Powell and Carson; Firm Brochure, 1964
21Los Angeles Times, correspondence, 1973
22National Geographic magazine, article on San Antonio, 1976
23Ford, Powell and Carson; Brochure, n.d.
Series D8: Publicity, 1952-1981, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Publicity subseries contains clippings concerning the Lift-Slab technique used by Ford and Rogers, and general publicity of Ford, Powell & Carson.
boxfolder
8924Publicity, Lift Slab, Extra Copies, photo, plans and articles [1 of 2], 1952, n.d.
25Publicity, Lift Slab, Extra Copies, photos and articles [2 of 2], 1953, n.d.
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901Texas Instruments Semi-Conductor building, publicity, 1958
2La Villita, clippings, 1966
3Ford Powell Carson publicity, c.1976
4Ford Powell Carson; publicity clippings, 1980, n.d.
5Hyatt-River Link Clippings, Republic Bank, Greenberg and Erikson on City Development, Trinity University printed material, 1981, n.d.
6Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Canadian, Texas, Clipping and Program, 1981
7Ford, Powell Carson publicity, n.d.
Series D9: Reference Files, 1969-1975, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Reference Files subseries contains publications kept by Ford, Powell & Carson as reference resources.
boxfolder
908United States Department of Agriculture, "Dividends from Wood Research", 1969
9Ford Foundation, "Managing Knowledge to Save the Environment", 1970
10New Barracks Construction Program, FY-73, 1972
11American Institute of Architects, Saint Louis Chapter, Honor Awards Program, Descriptive Date Sheets, 1975
12Field Notes, n.d.
Series D10: Scrapbook, 1940, 1958, 1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Scrapbook subseries contains clippings and documents relating to projects undertaken by O'Neil Ford and Associates and Ford, Powell & Carson.
boxfolder
9013Little Chapel in the Woods; publicity in Pencil Points, 1940
14Texas Instruments Incorporated, Ladies Luncheon, 1958
15Texas Instruments Incorporated, Semiconductor-Components Division, Plant Dedication, 1958
16Trinity Theater Publicity, 1965-1966
17Trinity University publicity, 1979, 1982
18Incarnate Word College, Centennial Civic Award Luncheon, 1981
19Great Southwest Corporation, publicity, n.d.
box
109MacNaughton, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis; Books I, II, exhibit set, [1 of 2], n.d.
box
110MacNaughton, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis; Books I, II, exhibit set, [2 of 2], n.d.
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9020Texas Instruments Incorporated, A Texas Barbecue, n.d.
21Texas Instruments Incorporated, Industry Day, n.d.



Series E: Project Records, 1886, 1931-1982, not dated

Series Abstract
The Project Records series contains drawings of pre-1967 projects undertaken by architectural firms of which Ford was a partner or principal, document files regarding projects through 1982, and project photographs of work completed by 1975. Job files for pre-1967 projects under Ford are currently being accessioned and are not listed below.
Series E1: Project Lists, 1977-1982.
Subseries Abstract
The Project Lists subseries contains four project lists of Ford, Powell & Carson.
boxfolder
9022Ford Powell Carson job list, 1977-1979
23Ford, Powell, and Carson, Partial Listing of Related Projects, Personnel Assignments, Jobs and Numbers, etc., 1978-1980
24Ford, Powell Carson project lists, 1980
25Libraries, Museums, Galleries by FPC, 1980
26Ford Powell Carson, Landscape architecture & Planning division, active projects, 1982
Series E2: Files, 1938-1982, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Files subseries contains correspondence, notes, sketches, drawings, contracts, receipts, and printed material regarding projects undertaken by Ford operating in the offices of Ford and Swank (1938-1941), Ford and Rogers (1946-1953), O'Neil Ford and Associates (1953-1966), and Ford, Powell & Carson (1967-1982).
boxfolder
911Acme Brick Co., correspondence, 1960
2Agee, Norris; letter from O'Neil Ford, 1981
3Agee, W. Norris; Arizona House, Letter, 1981
4Alameda Project, includes legal document, 1979
5Alamo Project, San Antonio, Texas, Notes, 1976, n.d.
6Alford Residence, Job Files, 1939
7Bass, Perry; Sign for San Jose Cattle Co., Ft. Worth, Texas, 1974-1975
Bee County College, Site Map and Program Requirements, 1968, 1969
8Bexar County Adult Detention Center, Architectural Selection Process, 1982
9Border Station, Laredo, Texas (includes correspondence), 1973
10Bromberg Residence, Job Files, 1939-1940
11Bromberg Residence; "List of extra items", n.d.
12Carmelite Chapel, correspondence, 1981
13Carmelite Monastery, San Antonio, letter and contract, 1979
14Carmelite Monastery, San Antonio, letter, plans, articles and photos, 1979
15Carmelite Monastery, San Antonio; Mother Theresa Leonard, correspondence, 1979-1980
16Carmelite Monastery, n.d.
Carter Residence, perspective drawing (photostat), January 26, 1950
17Cowboy Artists of America Museum, estimates, 1981
18Cowboy Artists of America Museum, memos and meeting minutes, 1980
19Cowboy Artists of America Museum, subcontractors list, 1981
20Crossroads Restaurant, Fort Worth, Texas, ground plan, n.d.
21Denton Public Library, 1974-1978
22Denton Public Library, drawings, n.d.
El Camp Independent School District, attendance evaluation and plans, 1946-1948
23Emily Fowler Public Library; correspondence, drawing, notes, 1977
24Frost, Adele; Residence, job files, 1976
25Galveston Building, letters, 1966-1970
26Great Southwest Corporation, Site Plan North Tract, n.d.
27Green, Cecil; Correspondence and drawings, 1962-1963
28Haggerty, P.E., and Von Rosenburg, Bill; Haggerty Residence, Captiva, Florida, Correspondence and Sketches, 1974-1977
29Haggerty, P.E., Correspondence (Re: Captiva) [1 of 2], 1974-1975
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921Haggerty, P.E., Correspondence (Re: Captiva) [2 of 2], 1974-1975
2Haggerty, P.E.; Captiva House Property, Guest House, Correspondence, 1974, 1977
3Haggerty, P.E.; Captiva Main House, Letters, 1974-1975
4Haggerty, P.E.; Captiva Property Houses, Notes and sketches, 1976, n.d.
5Haggerty, P.E.; Captiva Residence, Correspondence and printed material, 1974
6Haggerty, P.E.; Residence, Captiva, Florida; Correspondence, printed material and drawings, 1975
7Haggerty; light fixtures: personal notes, drawings, 1975
8Haggerty; plans, 1976
9Haggerty; rough sketches and correspondence with Ford, 1975
10HemisFair ["A Report Prepared for the State of Texas 59th Legislature], printed material, March 1965
11HemisFair 1968, (includes correspondence and notes), 1964-1967
12HemisFair; publicity, drawings, pamphlet, clipping, letters, finance information, printed material, 1968
13HemisFair68; Historic Houses, 1966-1968, n.d.
14Houston Technical Laboratories Building, Bid/Proposal, July 15, 1955
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931Jacobs, Herbert; Residence, assorted letters, letters, drawings and printed material, 1939-1940, n.d.
2Jacobs, Herbert; Residence, correspondence and drawings, 1939-1940, n.d.
3Jacobs, Herbert; Residence, correspondence, plans and drawings, printed material, 1939-1940, n.d.
4Jacobs, Herbert; Residence, project letter and project specifications, 1939
5Killam, Radcliffe; Laredo, Texas, letter, report and receipts, 1975
6Kramer, Arthur; Residence, Dallas, Texas, 1940
7La Villita (from expanding file); First Pocket - no label, n.d.
8La Villita (from expanding file); Second Pocket labeled "Early Documents", n.d.
9La Villita (from expanding file); Fourth Pocket labeled "xerox copies", n.d.
10La Villita (from expanding file); Fifth Pocket labeled "Current Material", n.d
11La Villita (from expanding file); Sixth Pocket - no label, n.d.
12La Villita (from expanding file); Seventh Pocket - no label, n.d.
13La Villita (from expanding file); Eighth Pocket - no label, n.d.
14La Villita, letters and contracts regarding, 1980
15La Villita, 1981
16La Villita; expanding file, original labels, n.d.
17Lady Bird Johnson Fountain, correspondence with Marshall Steves, speech of Liz Carpenter, Marshall Steves' speech, clippings, printed material, 1974-1975
18Lamb Residence, notes, n.d.
19Las Mananitas, preliminary estimate, 1975
20LDB Residence, 1982
21Magnolia Building, Dallas; photos and plans, with notes to Wanda, 1977
22Maloney, Pat; Law Offices Building, Correspondence, notes, sketches and plans, 1977-1978, n.d.
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941Marble Falls Condo Project; Bray, Bill, 1974
2Marine Military Academy, Harlingen, Texas; Proposed master plan, 1981
3Marine Military Academy; correspondence, 1981
4Marquette University, Art Gallery, 1982
5Marquette University, letters and printed material, 1981, n.d.
6Marquette University, Patrick Haggerty Museum; correspondence, 1981
7Marquette University; Dr. Curtis Carter, correspondence, 1981
8Marshall, Ellen; Residence, Dallas, Texas; contract for architectural services, n.d.
9McEwen, Harold D.; Residence, contract, 1938
10McKinley Avenue Methodist Church Addition, 1959
11Miller Residence, letters, drawings, notes and printed material, 1938-1939, n.d
12Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hart; Residence, 1939
13Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. George P.; Residence, Houston, Texas, front elevation, n.d.
14Mudd, John and Alexandra; Residence, correspondence, 1981-1982
15Murchison, T.F.; Residence, letters, payment contracts and printed material [1 of 2], 1937-1940
16Murchison, T.F.; Residence, letters, payment contracts and printed material, National Competition to Select an Architect for proposed Smithsonian Gallery of Art [2 of 2], 1937-1940, n.d.
17Museum of the Southwest, Board of Trustees, budgets, 1982
18National Youth Administration, work totals, n.d.
19Negley Ranch House, assorted printed material, 1975
20Negley, Nancy; Chula Vista Ranch, n.d.
21Neuhaus, Mr. and Mrs. V. F.; Residence, Mission, Texas, n.d.
22Parrill, Lillian; Residence, Denton, Texas, 1939
23Paseo del Rio [1 of 2], 1976-1977
24Paseo del Rio [2 of 2], 1977-1979
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951Paseo del Rio Joint Venture, Number One, San Antonio, Texas (legal documentation), 1977
2Paseo del Rio Joint Venture, Balance Sheet, 1980
3Paseo del Rio Joint Venture, 1980-1981
4Paseo del Rio Joint Venture Balance Sheet, November 30, 1981
5Pilot Point Project; Pilot Point, Texas, letters, photos (of homes, new and old around Pilot Point), clippings [1 of 2], 1981
6Pilot Point Project; Pilot Point, Texas, photos of then present library and building site [2 of 2], 1981
7Pump House Tract, Corpus Christi, Texas; correspondence, 1979
8Reisner [Sketches and notes], n.d.
Robinson Residence, sketches and notes, n.d.
9Royal Residence, billing statement, 1981
10Royal, Darrel and Edith; Residence, Austin, Texas, letters, notes and sketches, 1978, n.d.
11Rutherford Ranch Foreman's House, Pearsall, Texas; application and certificate for payment, 1981
12St. Mark's, San Antonio, letter to Ford regarding construction, 1982
St. Mark's School, Specifications for Furniture and Cabinetry Items, n.d.
13St. Mary's Hall; correspondence, 1964
14St. Mary's University, 1981-1982
15St. Matthew's Church, Austin, Texas, Letters, notes and sketches, 1976-1977
16St. Paul's Square, San Antonio, 1979
17Sampson Henricks Building, status reports, 1982
18Sampson Henricks Building, weekly status report, 1982
19SAMSCO Building, Governor Clements, clippings, letters and Texas State Board of Control Project Analysis, November 1979
20SAMSCO Property Renovation Schematic Design Report December 1979, personal notes, printed material 1981, n.d.
21San Antonio Cathedral, letters, photos and personal notes, 1976, n.d.
22San Antonio Missions, letters, meeting minutes, reports, 1978-1979
23San Jose Ford Powell and Carson Work, Architect's Field Reports, letter, printed material, 1980
24San Jose Mission Church, FPC observations and recommendations, 1977
25Selwyn School (The), Denton, Texas, Letter and printed material, 1975
boxfolder
961Skidmore College, Dormitory Complex, Saratoga Springs, New York [1 of 4], 1964-1976
2Skidmore College, Dormitory Complex, Saratoga Springs, New York [2 of 4], 1964-1976
3Skidmore College, Dormitory Complex, Saratoga Springs, New York [3 of 4], 1964-1976
4Skidmore College, Dormitory Complex, Saratoga Springs, New York [4 of 4], 1964-1976
5Skidmore College, Dormitory Project, Correspondence and Reports, 1963-1972
6Southwest Craft Center, personal notes, 1973, n.d.
Southwest Research Corporation, Residence at Lot 14, material schedule, n.d.
7State of New York, Dormitory Authority, Requirements for Use in Planning of Dormitory Projects, 1962
8Steves Sash and Door Company Inc., trip to Mexico, letters, personal notes, clippings and map of Mexico, 1963
9Texas Department of Human Resources, Building Proposal; n.d.
10Texas Instruments, Proposed Factory, Bedfordshire, England, Materials Suppliers, Correspondence, 1958-1958
boxfolder
971Texas State College for Women, Chapel Building, drawings, 1939
2Texas State College for Women, Gardener's Cottage, 1938-1939
3 Texas State College for Women, Little Chapel in the Woods; correspondence, 1939
4Texas Women's University, Fine Arts and Science Building renovation, 1979
5Texstar Building, topography maps, 1962
6Three-C Ranch, correspondence, 1979
7Tobin Project, letters, 1979
8Townsend Place Apartments, San Antonio, Texas (contains financial documentation, title), 1979
9Trinity Theater, 1963-1966
10Trinity University Fountain, San Antonio, Texas, 1975-1976
Trinity University, Men's Dormitory Unit, Schedules, January 2, 1950
Trinity University, Women's Dormitory project #3, Estimate of Cost, Estimate of Space Allocation, Preliminary Specifications and Plans n.d.
11Turner, Tom, Sr.; Stone Oak Property, 1982
12Unidentified project files, 1939, n.d.
13Unidentified project files, 1959, n.d.
boxfolder
1071Unidentified specifications, changes, sketches, n.d.
boxfolder
9714University of Dallas Student Housing, Letter, 1979
15University of Texas at San Antonio, Ford's First Concepts of [1 of 2], n.d.
16University of Texas at San Antonio, Ford's First Concepts of [2 of 2], n.d.
17University of Texas at San Antonio, notes, n.d.
18University Park Police Station, University Park, Texas, 1940
19University Park Police Station, University Park, Texas; Job Files, 1940
20Ursuline Academy, clippings, project report and meeting minutes, 1971-1972
21Vickers' Residence, Castle Pines, 1981
22Washington and Lee University, letter, 1982
23Washington and Lee University, pre-schematic concept design proposal, n.d.
24Washington and Lee University; correspondence, brochure, 1981, n.d.
25Whiskey Canyon Ranch, Kerrville, Texas, 1981
26Whiskey Canyon Ranch; Douglass, Sam; letters to Douglas from Ford and David Lake, 1982
27Wilford Hall, Lackland Air Force Base, Brief Resumes of Key Personnel within the Project Team, n.d.
28Williams, C. A.; Residence, supplementary general conditions, n.d.
29Winn Residence, Job Files, 1940
30Winn, Dr. and Mrs. Robert E.; Residence, Dallas, Texas, 1940-1941
31Winn, Dr. Robert E. Residence, breakdown on cost of construction, n.d.
32Winters, Bill and Joanne, correspondence and fireplace design, n.d.
33Withers, Mark, Museum, 1977-1978
34Wright, Frank and B.; Residence, Dallas, Texas; job notes, c.1954
Series E3: Photographs, 1931-1975, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Photographs subseries contains photographs of projects undertaken by Ford operating in the offices of Ford and Swank (1938-1941), Ford and Rogers (1946-1953), O'Neil Ford and Associates (1953-1966), and Ford, Powell & Carson (1967-1982).
boxfolder
981Berger Residence; Dallas, Texas, photographic negative, n.d.
2Berler, James; Residence, San Antonio, Texas, 1963
3Campo (El) Elementary School, Beaumont, Texas (F.W. Seiders, Photographer, Houston 6, Texas, Order #5062), 1953
4Carter, Dale; Residence, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1960
5Carter, Dale; Residence, Tulsa, Oklahoma, photographs, n.d.
6Catalini (Zintgraff Photographers, San Antonio 2, Texas, No. 28994, 1962)
7Chapel in the Woods, Texas State College for Women, Denton, Texas, National Youth Administration of Texas, 1939
8Chapel in the Woods, Denton, Texas (John Rogers, Photographer), n.d.
9Chapel in the Woods, Denton, Texas, Ford/Swank, n.d.
10Cistercian Preparatory School for Boys, Irving, Texas (Bert France, Photographer, Dallas, Texas, 1964) [1 of 4], 1966
11Cistercian Preparatory School for Boys, Irving, Texas (Bert France, Photographer, Dallas, Texas, 1964) [2 of 4], 1966
12Cistercian Preparatory School for Boys, Irving, Texas (Bert France, Photographer, Dallas, Texas, 1964) [3 of 4], 1966
13Cistercian Preparatory School for Boys, Irving, Texas (Bert France, Photographer, Dallas, Texas, 1964) [4 of 4], 1966
14Civic Auditorium, Corpus Christi, Texas (Sammy Gold, Gold's Regal Studio, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1953, File #2389, No. 21), 1953
15Crossroads Restaurant, Great Southwest Corporation, Fort Worth-Dallas, Texas, 1958
16Epworth Methodist Church/Saint Andrew Church, San Antonio, Texas (Rondal Partridge, Photographer, No. 8), 1961
17First Christian Church, Denton, Texas (John Rogers, Photographer, Dallas, Texas), 1959
18Fitzsimons, Hugh; Residence, San Antonio, Texas, 1959
19Ford Powell Carson Design, Light Fixture, n.d.
20Golden, J. Y.; Residence, San Antonio, Texas, 1961
21Green, Cecil; Residence, Dallas, Texas, 1964
22Haggerty, P.E.; Residence, Dallas, Texas (P.E. Guerrero, Photographer, #30), 1958
23Haggerty, P.E.; Residence, photo, n.d.
24Hemisfair Tower of the Americas, San Antonio, Texas (Les Bland, Photographer), 1968
25Hersh, Roland; Residence, Denton, Texas, 1967
26Hixon Residence, San Antonio, Texas (Ulric Meisel, Photographer, #6552), 1951
27Inter-Continental Motors Sales and Service Center, San Antonio, Texas (Rondal Partridge, Photographer), 1961
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991Inter-Continental Motors Sales and Service Center, San Antonio, Texas, 1961
2Kahn, Stephen; Residence, Dallas, Texas, 1931
3KLM Airlines Office, Houston, Texas (Fred Winchell, Photographer), n.d.
4Kuwait Tower, n.d.
5Lambert Plaza, Refugio, Texas, photographs, 1971
6La Villita Assembly Building, San Antonio, Texas [1 of 2], 1958
7La Villita (from expanding file); Third Pocket labeled "pictures" [2 of 2], n.d.
8La Villita negatives (La Villita, San Fernando Cathedral, etc.), n.d.
9La Villita photographs, National Youth Administration of Texas from envelope labeled "La Villita - before restoration around 1939" [1 of 2] 1939
10La Villita photographs, National Youth Administration of Texas from envelope labeled "La Villita - before restoration around 1939" [2 of 2] 1939
boxfolder
1001Leake, Sam; Residence, Dallas, Texas (H.W. Buce Studio, Photographer, Dallas, Texas), 1953
2MacNaughton, Lewis; Residence, Dallas, Texas (H.W. Buce Studio, Photographer, Dallas, Texas), 1951
3McCombs, Red; Residence, San Antonio, Texas, 1965
4McKinley Avenue Methodist Church, San Antonio, Texas, 1960
5Murchison, Frank; Residence, San Antonio, Texas, 1937
6Murchison, John; Residence, San Antonio, Texas, 1940
7Neuhaus, V.F.; Residence, McAllen, Texas, 1940
8Park Manor Home for the Elderly, Denver, Colorado, 1959
9Parrell, Lillian; Residence, Denton, Texas, (Max, Photographer), n.d.
10Penson, John (H.W. Buce Studio, Photographer, Dallas, Texas), n.d.
11Phillips University Library, Enid, Oklahoma, (Rondal Partridge, Photographer), 1964
12RCA Pavillion, Hemisfair, San Antonio, Texas, 1968
13Research House, Chicago, Illinois, (Hedrich-Blessing, Chicago, Illinois, Photographer, #17860), n.d.
14Richardson Ranch House, Sid; St. Joseph's Island, Texas, 1936
15Richardson, Sid; St. Joseph's Island, n.d.
16San Fernando Cathedral, San Antonio, Texas; color transparencies, n.d.
17St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, Texas, 1964
18St. Mark's (Rondal Partridge, Photographer), 1964
19St. Mark's School of Texas, Dallas, Texas, 1961-1967
20Service station, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, n.d.
21Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York, Science Building, n.d.
22Sirena (La), San Antonio, Texas (Zintgraff Photographer, #28706), 1962
23Southwest Research Institute, Site Planning (aerial view), June 2, 1953
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1011Stafford, Cora; House, Denton, Texas (Arch Swank?), n.d.
2Steves, Marshall; Residence, San Antonio, Texas, photograph, 1964
3T. Jeff League Building, Galveston, Texas, n.d.
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1072Taylor Refining Company Office Building, Corpus-Christi Texas, photograph], 1955
boxfolder
1014Texas Instruments Incorporated [1 of 2], n.d.
5Texas Instruments Incorporated [2 of 2], n.d.
6Texas Instruments, Dallas, photographs of construction, n.d.
7Tinkle, Lon and Maria; Residence, Dallas, Texas; color transparencies, n.d.
8Trinity University Construction, photos [1 of 4], 1951-1952
9Trinity University Construction, photos [2 of 4], 1951-1952
10Trinity University Construction, photos[3 of 4], 1951-1952
11Trinity University Construction, photos [4 of 4], 1951-1952
12Trinity University, photographs, n.d.
13Unidentified project photographs, n.d.
14Unidentified project photographs, color reproductions, n.d.
U.S. Gypsum Research Village House, Chicago, Illinois, 2 site photographs, 1953
15University of Dallas, Braniff Building, Dallas, Texas (Jeremiah Bragstad, Photographer, San Francisco, California), n.d.
16University of Dallas, Tower, Irving, Texas (Jeremiah O. Bragstad, Photographer, San Francisco, California), 1968
17University of Texas at San Antonio, photograph, n.d.
18University of Texas at San Antonio, Science Building, n.d.
Series E4: Drawings, 1886, 1920-1980, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Drawings subseries entries are indexed by client name when known, otherwise by project name. Furthermore, similar projects are sorted in chronological order by date. Project names are supplied by the cataloger, as title blocks on the drawings prove to be inconsistent and many drawings are not labeled. Project names may also have been adjusted to accommodate alphabetical sorting. Dates are offered if they can be derived from the drawings or gathered from other authoritative sources. The term "drawing" includes both original works (such as pencil on trace paper, or ink on tracing cloth) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blue line prints, etc.).
Project name: Bedroom Furniture.
Primary archt/firm: Lynn Ford
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Christian Science Reading Room.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Coastal Refineries Offices.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
City: McAllen
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Episcopal Community House.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Ewing-Sims Machinery Company.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Gerald Rogers, Arch'ts.
City: Sinton
County: San Patricio
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Grand Rapids Civic Theater.
Primary archt/firm: Ford Powell and Carson
City: Grand Rapids
County: Kent
State/Province: Mich.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Guatemalla (?) House.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hemisfair. Perspective.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: House by Richard Colley.
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: Richard Colley.
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: L.B. Johnson Fountain.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: La Villita. Restoration.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lift Slab presentation board.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Little Chapel in the Woods (?) or Trinity University (?).
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Little Chapel in the Woods. Perspective.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Magnet Cove Bar, Laboratory, and office
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Molino Blanco Apartments.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Negley. Water tower.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: NYA Arts and Crafts. "Kitchenware" Details.
Date on drawings: 1940
Country: U.S.
Project name: Oak Parks Apartments.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Residence (Client unknown).
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shaft studies.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments. Partition system and details (?).
Date on drawings: 1954-1957
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments. Research Building.
Date on drawings: 1955-6
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Richard Colley, Arch'ts
Collaborators: W.R. Wilkerson
Street address: Texas Instruments.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Tyson Residence.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Street address: 9 Pinehill Ln.
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Unidentified banking center.
Street address: Market and S. St. Mary's street
Country: U.S.
Project name: Unidentified corner office building.
Primary archt/firm: Ford Powell and Carson
City: Grand Rapids
County: Kent
State/Province: Mich.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Unidentified projects.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Unidentified projects (Urschel or St. Mary's Hall?).
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Unidentified projects (Urschel residence gate? or Lasater residence fireplace?).
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Unidentified residence.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Unidentified two story residence (Robertson?).
Date on drawings: 1950
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Union and Professional Center.
Date on drawings: 1964
Street address: King William street
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Adelman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1952-3
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Robert Wilson Harris
Client: Adelman, Jack
Street address: 211 Canyon Drive
City: Alamo Heights
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Agnich, Fred residence.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Agnich, Fred
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Agnich, Fred residence.
Client: Agnich, Fred
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Alpha Xi Delta Sorority House
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Chris Carson, Arch'ts.
Client: Alpha Xi Delta Sorority
City: Austin
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Alterman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Alterman
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Altmann Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Altmann, Ben
City: Amarillo
County: Potter
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hard Texas Corp Knitting Mill.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: Fred N. Severud
Client: Altmann, Ben Hard Texas Corp
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Atlantic Commission Company. Proposed Building.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Atlantic Commission Company
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Ball Construction Office and Warehouse.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Collaborators: Matthews & Keenan
Client: Ball, R.F. Construction Co.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Baumberger.
Client: Baumberger
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bee County College Planning.
Date on drawings: nd
Client: Bee County College
City: Beeville
County: Bee
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bee Farm House.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Bee, Philip
City: Celina
County: Bryan
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bee, Phillip farmhouse.
Date on drawings: 1960
Client: Bee, Phillip
City: Celina
County: Bryan
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Beinhorn house.
Date on drawings: 1952-53
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Assoc.
Client: Beinhorn, Austin
City: San Isidor
County: Maverick
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Beinhorn Residence.
Date on drawings: 1952-53
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Beinhorn, W.A., Jr.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Beissner, Fred residence.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Beissner, Fred
Street address: Woodlawn Hills
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Berler Residence.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Berler, James M.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bishop Building.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Bishop, L. P.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bishop Building.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Bishop, L. P.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Biskin Residence.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Biskin, Harvey
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Blackstone house.
Client: Blackstone
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Boys' Academy.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: Edward Holien and William Buckley, Arch'ts
Client: Boys' Academy.
City: Albuquerque
County: Bernalillo
State/Province: N.M.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bywaters, Jerry residence.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Bywaters, Jerry
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bywaters, Jerry residence.
Client: Bywaters, Jerry.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bywaters Residence.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Bywaters, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Street address: 8500 Culebra Rd.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bywaters Residence.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Bywaters, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Street address: 8500 Culebra Rd.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Bywaters House.
Date on drawings: 1947
Client: Bywaters, Joe
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Canyon Creek Country Club. Office addition.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Collaborators: Brooks Martin & Assoc.
Client: Canyon Creek Country Club
Street address: Rt. 10 Box 87
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carlebach United Worlds Art Gallery.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Carlebach United Worlds Art Gallery
City: New York
County: Manhattan
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carter Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Carter, W.W.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Catalani Project Commercial Development.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Catalani Project
Street address: 200 South Alamo St.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Chapel Hill Methodist Church.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Chapel Hill Methodist Church
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Ralph Bryan
Primary archt/firm: Henry Coke Knight
Primary archt/firm: Dewitt and Washburn
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene, LaRoch and Dahl
Client: City of Dallas
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: McAllen Medical District Hospital.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers
Primary archt/firm: R.S. Colley
Collaborators: Blucher and Naismith
Collaborators: Herman Blum
Client: City of McAllen
City: McAllen
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Villita Assembly Building.
Date on drawings: 1956
Client: City Public Service Board
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Villita Assembly Building.
Date on drawings: 1957-8
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: City Public Service Board
City: San Antonio
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Villita Assembly Building. River Entrance.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: City Public Service Board
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Villita Assembly Building. River Entrance.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: City Public Service Board
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Clark, Warner residence.
Primary archt/firm: David R. Williams, Architect
Client: Clark, Warner
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Cook Residence.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Cook, V.E.
City: McAllen
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Cornell Residence.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Jack Moss, Arch't
Collaborators: R. K. Werner, Eng'r.
Client: Cornell, Mr. & Mrs. Herman
City: Kent
County: Culberson
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Cotton Residence.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Assoc.
Client: Cotton, Doyle
City: Tulsa
County: Tulsa
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Villa Maria.
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Nic. A. Salas.
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Collaborators: Silber & Wallis
Client: Daughters of Mary Immaculate
Street address: 719 Augusta St.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Delhi-Taylor Oil Corporation building.
Client: Delhi-Taylor Oil Corporation
City: McAllen
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Denton City and Community Building.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Denton, City of
City: Denton
County: Collin
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Denton City and Community Building.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Collaborators: D.W. Torry & Assoc.
Client: Denton, City of
City: Denton
County: Collin
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Denton, City of. Library addition and remodeling.
Client: Denton, City of
County: Collin
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dewar Playroom Prints.
Date on drawings: 1949
Client: Dewar, H.H.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dick Residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Dick, William
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dickey Residence.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Dickey, L.A.
City: Falfurrias
County: Brooks
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dickey Motors Sales and Service.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Dickey Motors
City: Falfurrias
County: Brooks
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dickey Motors. Proposed Sales and Service Building.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Dickey Motors
City: Falfurrias
County: Brooks
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dreiss Residence.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Gerald Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Dreiss, Mr. and Mrs. William
Country: U.S.
Project name: East Texas Pulp & Paper Co. Housing Project.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & S.B. Zisman, Arch'ts
Client: East Texas Pulp & Paper Co.
Country: U.S.
Project name: East Texas Pulp & Paper. Housing Program.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and S.B. Zisman.
Client: East Texas Pulp & Paper Co.
City: Silsbee
County: Hardin
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Eastman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Client: Eastman, L.R.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Eastman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Gerald Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Eastman, L.R.
Street address: Grote Road
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Eastman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1952
Client: Eastman, L.R.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: El Campo Independent School District. New High School.
Date on drawings: 1951-2
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Collaborators: Richard S. Colley
Collaborators: Bluecher & Naismith
Collaborators: Herman Blum
Collaborators: Greer & McClelland
Client: El Campo Independent School District
City: El Campo
County: Wharton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Epworth Methodist Church.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Epworth Methodist Church
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Essar Ranch House.
Date on drawings: 1949
Client: Essar Ranch
Country: U.S.
Project name: Esskay Manufacturing Plant.
Date on drawings: 1963
Client: Esskay Manufacturing Co?
City: San Antonio
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Esstman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Gerald Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Esstman, Mr. & Mrs. L.
City: Olmos Park
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Evons Estate.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Evons, Harry
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Evons Residence.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Evons, Mr. & Mrs. Harry
Country: U.S.
Project name: Falfurrias Creamery Plant.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Falfurrias Creamery
City: Falfurrias
County: Brooks
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Finley-Ewing residence ranch.
Client: Finley-Ewing
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: First Christian Church.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: First Christian Church
Street address: Fulton
City: Denton
County: Denton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Fitzsimmons Ranch House.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Fitzsimmons, Hugh
City: Carrizo Springs
County: Dimmit
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Fitzsimmons Ranch House. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Fitzsimmons, Hugh
City: Carrizo Springs
County: Dimmit
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Fitzsimmons Residence.
Date on drawings: 1959
Client: Fitzsimmons, Hugh
Country: U.S.
Project name: Folks Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Folks, Harold R.C.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: American Builder Magazine. Detail Sheets.
Date on drawings: 1886
Client: Ford, O'Neil
Country: U.S.
Project name: Boveda House.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Ford, O'Neil
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Wanda's Chicken House (Motel "El Gallo" or Casa de Gallos).
Date on drawings: 1975
Client: Ford, Wanda
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Garth Residence.
Date on drawings: 1955
Client: Garth, Thomas
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Gary AFB Family Housing.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and S.B. Zisman, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Stewart King
Collaborators: Willis and Hudson
Client: Gary Air Force Base
City: San Marcos
County: Hays
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Gary AFB Family Housing.
Date on drawings: 1955-1956
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and S.B. Zisman
Collaborators: Stewart King
Client: Gary Gary Air Force Base
City: San Marcos
County: Hays
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Germain Residence.
Date on drawings: 1946
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Germain, L.V.
City: Pharr
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Glosserman, Herman residence.
Client: Glosserman, Herman
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Glosserman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Glosserman, Herman
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Granada Hotel. Renovations for Senior Citizens Housing
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Nic. A. Salas
Collaborators: Martin E. Staley
Client: Granada Hotel
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Great Southwest Corporation.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, R. S. Colley, A. B. Swank, S. B. Zisman, Arch'ts
Client: Great Southwest Corporation
City: Dallas/Ft. Worth
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Great Southwest Corporation Planning and Development.
Client: Great Southwest Corporation
City: Dallas/Ft. Worth
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Green Residence.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Green, Cecil H.
Street address: 3908 Lexington Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Greenhill School Library.
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Greenhill School
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Greenhill School. Library and Gymnasium.
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: Greenhill School
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Guadalupe Community Center. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Nic. A. Salas
Client: Guadalupe Community Center
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Haggerty Residence Landscape.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Haggerty, Mr. & Mrs. P.E.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Haggerty Residence.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Haggerty, Sam
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Halff Residence.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Halff, Tommy
City: Pearsall
County: Frio
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Halpern Residence.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Collaborators: Young & Young, Arch'ts.
Client: Halpern, A.
City: Alpine
County: Brewster
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hemisfair Bandwagon/Float.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Hemisfair 1968
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hemisfair Site Plan.
Date on drawings: 1965
Client: Hemisfair 1968
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hersh, Roland residence.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Swank
Client: Hersh, Roland
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hersh House.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Hersh, Roland
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hill Country Implement Company.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Frank Drought
Client: Hill Country Implement Company
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hill, John residence. Addition.
Client: Hill, John
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hinton Residence.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Hinton, C.A.
City: Mt. Pleasant
County: Titus
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hixon House.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Hixon, F.C.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hixon Residence.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Hixon, F.C.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hixon Residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1952-1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Hixon, F.C.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hixon Residence. First Addition.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Hixon, F.C.
Street address: 112 Mt. Erin Way
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hixon Residence. Second Addition.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Hixon, F.C.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hotel Casa Manana.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, A.B. Swank and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Hotel Casa Manana
City: Mission
County: Grimes
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Frank M. Black High School.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: Stayton Nunn
Collaborators: Ford, Colley & Tamminga, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Miles Wortham & Assoc.
Client: Houston Independent School District
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: ILGWU Garment Workers' Clinic.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: ILGWU - Garment Workers Union
Street address: W. Martin St.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Intercontinental Motors Corp. Car Dealership.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Intercontinental Motors Corp.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Intercontinental Motors Corp. Parts Warehouse.
Date on drawings: 1959
Client: Intercontinental Motors Corp.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Island Rural School District. Elementary School.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Ford, Colley and Tamminga, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Pierce & Pierce
Client: Island Rural School District of Galveston County
City: Galveston
County: Galveston
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Jorrie Residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Client: Jorrie, Samuel M.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Kahn Company Building.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Kahn, E.M.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Killam Residence.
Date on drawings: 1953
Client: Killam, R.
City: Laredo
County: Webb
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Killiam residence. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1973-1974
Client: Killiam
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Killiam & Hurd Oil Company Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Killiam & Hurd Oil Company
Country: U.S.
Project name: King Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: King, Thomas C.
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: KLM Airlines Offices.
Date on drawings: 1956
Client: KLM Airlines
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Labor and Professional Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1965
Client: Labor & Professional Office Building
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lakewood Colorado Apartments.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: Carl Groos, Jr. and O'Neil Ford, Arch'ts
Client: Lakewood Colorado Apts.
Street address: 25th Ave. between Kline & Lee Sts.
City: Lakewood
County: Jefferson
State/Province: Colo.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lang residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Lang, Sylvan
City: Alamo Heights
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lasater residence. Fireplace.
Client: Lasater
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lasater Mercantile.
Date on drawings: 1947
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Lasater, Garland
City: Falfurrias
County: Brooks
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lasater Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Lasater, Garland
City: Falfurrias
County: Brooks
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Leake Residence.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Leake, Sam
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Gateway for Marymont Subdivision.
Date on drawings: 1963
Client: Lee, Quincy
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Liedtke Residence.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Liedtke, William C.
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Liedtke Residence.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Liedtke, William C., Jr.
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lifshutz Residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Lifshutz, Sam B.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lingo Residence.
Date on drawings: 1962
Client: Lingo, W.W.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Looney, J.C. residence.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Looney, J. C.
City: Edinburg
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Looney Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Looney, Mr. & Mrs. J.C.
City: Edinburg
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lynch, W.W.
Primary archt/firm: Williams and Ford
Client: Lynch, W.W.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: M.T.C. Real Estate Unit "H" Remodeling
Date on drawings: 1963
Client: M.T.C. Real Estate
Country: U.S.
Project name: MacNaughton Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Client: MacNaughton (McNaughter?), Lewis
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Magnet Cove Barium Corporation. Lab and Office.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: George and Abel Pierce, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Richard Colley
Collaborators: Ford & Rogers
Client: Magnet Cove Barium Corp.
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Magrish, Phillip residence.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Magrish, Phillip
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Majestic Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Client: Majestic, E.G.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Martin Cinerama Theater.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Martin Cinerama
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Marymount College. Butler and Gerard Hall Remodeling of Basement and First Floors.
Date on drawings: 1967
Client: Marymount College
City: Tarrytown
County: Dutchess
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Earth Sciences Building.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: I.M. Pei and Associates
Collaborators: O'Neil Ford
Collaborators: Sasaki Walker & Assoc.
Collaborators: Severud Elstad Kreuger
Collaborators: Syska & Hennessy
Client: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
City: Cambridge
County: Middlesex
State/Province: Mass.
Country: U.S.
Project name: McCombs Residence.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: McCombs, Red
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: McDowell Residence.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: McDowell, K.W.
City: Amarillo
County: Potter
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: McGinnis Residence.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: McGinnis, John
Country: U.S.
Project name: McKinley Avenue Methodist Church Sanctuary.
Date on drawings: 1961
Client: McKinley Avenue Methodist Church
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: McKinley Avenue Methodist Church. Sanctuary and Classrooms.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Collaborators: W.A. Moore Engineering Co.
Client: McKinley Avenue Methodist Church
Street address: Presa Street & McKinley Avenue
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: McNeel Machinery Company House.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: McNeel, Jess Machinery Co.
Country: U.S.
Project name: McNeel Residence.
Date on drawings: 1951
Client: McNeel, William D.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: McNeel Residence.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: McNeel, William D.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mebane Apartment.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Mebane, Robert
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Merritt House.
Date on drawings: 1957
Client: Merritt, Charles
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mission Road Foundation. New Kitchen.
Date on drawings: 1965
Client: Mission Road Foundation
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mitchell, George P. residence.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Primary archt/firm: Milton Foy Martin Architects
Client: Mitchell, George P.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mitchell Residence.
Date on drawings: 1961
Client: Mitchell, Melvin M.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Montgomery Residence. Addition.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Montgomery, R.H.
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Moore House and Law Offices of Young and Cihak.
Date on drawings: 1965
Client: Moore, Frances
City: Muleshoe
County: Bailey
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mueller Restaurant.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Mueller, Heine
Street address: 231 S. Alamo St.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Murchison Residence.
Date on drawings: 1937
Client: Murchison, Frank
City: Olmos Park
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Murchison Kitchen and Bar Work.
Date on drawings: 1937
Client: Murchison, John
Country: U.S.
Project name: Murchison Residence.
Date on drawings: 1939
Client: Murchison, John
Country: U.S.
Project name: Murchison Residence.
Date on drawings: 1947
Client: Murchison, John W.
City: Athens
County: Henderson
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Murchison Barn.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford.
Client: Murchison, Frank T.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Murchison House.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Murchison, T. Frank
City: Crystal Lake
County: Shelby
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Murchison Ranch. Foreman's Quarters.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Murchison, T. Frank
Country: U.S.
Project name: Murchison Ranch (Includes Barn and Ljungdahl Residence)
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Collaborators: Charles Reynolds, Eng'r.
Client: Murchison, T. Frank
City: Marble Falls
County: Burnet
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Negley Residence.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Bartlett Cocke
Client: Negley, Richard
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Neuhaus Residence.
Date on drawings: 1942
Client: Neuhaus, V.F.
City: Mission
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Osborn Residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Osborn, Bill
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Ford Solar House for Texas.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Owens, Libbey
Country: U.S.
Project name: Park Manor Elderly Housing.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Carl Groos, Jr.
Client: Park Manor
City: Denver
County: Denver
State/Province: Colo.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Losoya Hotel. (Paseo Del Rio Joint Venture I)
Date on drawings: 1921
Client: Paseo Del Rio
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Pearson Residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Pearson, James
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Peck, G. Chandelier.
Client: Peck, G.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Penn Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Client: Penn, Elizabeth H.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Penson Residence.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Penson, John
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Pharr/San Juan/Alamo ISD. Sorensen Elementary School.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Burkhart, Taniguchi and Ford, Arch'ts.
Client: Pharr/San Juan/Alamo ISD
Country: U.S.
Project name: Phillips University. Administration Building.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and S.B. Zisman, Arch'ts.
Client: Phillips University
City: Enid
County: Garfield
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Phillips University. Dorm.
Date on drawings: 1957
Client: Phillips University
City: Enid
County: Garfield
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Phillips University. Johnson Gallery. Renovation and addition.
Date on drawings: 1964
Client: Phillips University
City: Enid
County: Garfield
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Phillips University. Library Building.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Collaborators: Air Conditioning & Engineering Associates, Hiers Engineering Company.
Client: Phillips University
City: Enid
County: Garfield
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Phillips University. Married Students Housing.
Date on drawings: 1963
Client: Phillips University
City: Enid
County: Garfield
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Phillips University. Site Plans and Renderings.
Date on drawings: 1964
Client: Phillips University
City: Enid
County: Garfield
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Pierce, E. Clay Residence.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Pierce, E. Clay
Project name: Pomerantz Residence.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Pomerantz, Don
City: Seguin
County: Guadalupe
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Porter House.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Porter, John
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Porter Residence.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Herman Blum
Client: Porter, John
Country: U.S.
Project name: Job #618 (Unidentified residence).
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Porter, Tom
Country: U.S.
Project name: Staacke Building Office. Renovation.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Ford, Powell and Carson.
Client: Porter, Tom
Country: U.S.
Project name: Poulton Residence.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: Poulton, Charles
Street address: Rockhill Drive
Country: U.S.
Project name: Premont Junior High School.
Date on drawings: 1951
Client: Premont, Texas
City: Premont
County: Jim Wells
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Boys' Center.
Date on drawings: 1967
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Chapel.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Dormitory for Boys.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Collaborators: Alan Y. Taniguchi.
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Girls' Dorm.
Date on drawings: 1962-1968
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Kleberg Library.
Date on drawings: 1962-1968
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Kleberg Library.
Date on drawings: 1964
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. M. Miller Boys' Center.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. McClane Hall. Renovation.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Prelims.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Sam Houston Smelzer Student Dormitory.
Date on drawings: 1969-1976
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Richard Colley and S.B. Zisman, Arch'ts
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Site Plan and Prelims.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Presbyterian Pan American School. Thomas Camron Building.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Presbyterian Pan American School
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Villita Assembly Building.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: Public City Service Board
Country: U.S.
Project name: Villita Assembly Building.
Date on drawings: 1958-1959
Client: Public City Service Board
Street address: Villita and Presa
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Reitman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1954
Client: Reitman, James
City: Laredo
County: Webb
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Richards Residence.
Date on drawings: 1966
Client: Richards
City: McAllen
County: Hidalgo
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Richardson Residence.
Date on drawings: 1938
Client: Richardson, Sid W.
City: St. Joseph's Island
County: Refugio
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: River Tour Barge & Taxi.
Date on drawings: 1966
Client: River Tour Barge & Taxi
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Robertson Residence.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Robertson.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Robinson Residence.
Date on drawings: 1932
Client: Robinson, Medora.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Rogers Residence.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: Rogers, Mr. & Mrs. Sam.
City: Cypress Mills
County: Blanco
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Rogers Residence.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Rogers, Neal
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Rogers, Neil residence.
Client: Rogers, Neil
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Rountree Residence.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Asociates.
Client: Rountree, Dr. James T. & Mrs.
City: Comfort
County: Kendall
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Royal residence.
Date on drawings: 1978
Client: Royal
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Capitol National Bank.
Date on drawings: 1950
Client: Rust Properties - Capitol National Bank.
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Capitol National Bank.
Date on drawings: 1955
Client: Rust Properties - Capitol National Bank.
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Capitol National Bank.
Date on drawings: 1960-1976
Primary archt/firm: Page, Southerland and Page, Arch'ts
Client: Rust Properties - Capitol National Bank.
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Capitol National Bank.
Date on drawings: 1963
Client: Rust Properties - Capitol National Bank.
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Rancho Charro.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and S.B. Zisman, Arch'ts
Client: San Antonio Charro Association
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: San Antonio Conservation Society. Conservation Corner.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: San Antonio Conservation Society
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Steves Homestead.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: San Antonio Conservation Society
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: San Antonio Little Theater. Remodeling.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: San Antonio Little Theatre
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: San Antonio Tower Corporation. An Observation, Club & Restaurant Building.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell, S.E.
Collaborators: Martin Staley, M.E.
Client: San Antonio Tower Corporation
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: San Jose Cattle Company.
Client: San Jose Cattle Company
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Sanford Residence.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Sanford, J.D.
County: Kerr
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Sanger Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Sanger, Eugene
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Scales, James R. residence.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Scales, James R.
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Second Baptist Church.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Collaborators: Norcell D. Haywood
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Collaborators: Oscar Schuchart
Client: Second Baptist Church
Street address: Commerce and Gay
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Second Baptist Church. Chancel Furnishing Details.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: Second Baptist Church
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Selby Residence.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Selby, G.
Street address: Ocean Way
City: Corpus Christi
County: Nueces
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Selwyn School.
Date on drawings: 1966
Client: Selwyn School
City: Denton
County: Denton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Selwyn School. Dorms, Science Building and Parking.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Selwyn School
City: Denton
County: Denton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Selwyn School. Girls' Dorm.
Client: Selwyn School
City: Denton
County: Denton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Selwyn School. Lower School.
Client: Selwyn School
City: Denton
County: Denton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shapard Residence.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Shapard, William
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Skidmore College Dining Hall.
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Collaborators: S.B. Zisman
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Collaborators: Blatner & Williams, A.C. & E.A.
Client: Skidmore College
City: Saratoga Springs
County: Saratoga
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Skidmore College. Dorms 1-4 (1 of 5).
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Associates
Collaborators: Blatner & Williams
Collaborators: S.B. Zisman
Client: Skidmore College
City: Saratoga Springs
County: Saratoga
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Skidmore College. Science Center and Classroom Wing.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Collaborators: S.B. Zisman
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Collaborators: D.W. Torry & Assoc.
Client: Skidmore College
City: Saratoga Springs
County: Saratoga
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Skidmore College. Dormitories, Commons and Dining Hall. Window Details.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Collaborators: Blatner & Williams.
Client: Skidmore College (Arrow Glass Co., Inc.)
City: Saratoga Springs
County: Saratoga
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Plastic House.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Slick, Tom
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Slick Residence.
Date on drawings: 1954
Client: Slick, Tom
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Slick Residence.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Slick, Tom.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Smith Residence.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and A.B. Swank, Arch'ts
Client: Smith, Howell E.
City: Wichita Falls
County: Wichita
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwest Research Center. Ordnance Fuels and Lubricants Research Laboratory Building.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Southwest Research Center
Street address: 8500 Culebra Rd.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwest Research Foundation. Darajani Station Primate Research Center.
Date on drawings: 1960
Client: Southwest Research Foundation
City: Darajani
Country: Kenya
Project name: Southwest Research Foundation. General Service Building.
Date on drawings: 1957
Client: Southwest Research Foundation
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwest Research Foundation. Guest House, Staff Housing and Fire Station.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Southwest Research Foundation
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwest Research Foundation. Ordnance Fuels and Lubricants Research Laboratory Building.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Southwest Research Foundation
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwest Research Foundation. Primate Research.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Collaborators: S. B. Zisman
Client: Southwest Research Foundation
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwest Research Foundation. Residence at Lot 14.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Southwest Research Foundation
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwest Research Institute. Lab Building.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Southwest Research Institute
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwest Research Institute. Site Planning.
Date on drawings: 1940s
Client: Southwest Research Institute
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Andrew Presbyterian Church.
Date on drawings: 1961
Client: St. Andrew Presbyterian Church
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Christopher's Episcopal Church.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: St. Christopher's Episcopal Church
City: Bandera
County: Bandera
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. John's Episcopal Church.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Collaborators: A.B. Swank
Client: St. John's Episcopal Church
Client:
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mark's School. Classrooms and Planetarium
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: St. Mark's School
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mark's School. Greenhouse.
Date on drawings: 1960-1961?
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Collaborators: S.B. Zisman
Client: St. Mark's School
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mark's School. Gymnasium.
Date on drawings: 1963?
Client: St. Mark's School
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mark's School. Math and Science Building.
Date on drawings: 1962
Client: St. Mark's School
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mark's School. Site Planning.
Date on drawings: 1960
Client: St. Mark's School
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mark's School. Study Center.
Date on drawings: 1960-1961?
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: Saint Mark's School
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mark's School. Study Center.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Richard Colley, Arch'ts
Client: Saint Mark's School
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mary's Hall.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Edmund Seidel, S.E. & B. Segall, Jr., M.E.
Client: St. Mary's Hall
Street address: 9400 Village Drive
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mary's Hall. Gynasium, Administration Building, Dorms and Classrooms.
Date on drawings: 1966-1967
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Assoc.
Collaborators: Bartlett Cocke & Assoc.
Client: St. Mary's Hall
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Matthew's Methodist Church.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: St. Matthew's Methodist Church
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (San Antonio).
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (San Antonio)
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Building.
Date on drawings: 1949
Client: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Starr Residence.
Client: Starr, Harold
Country: U.S.
Project name: Starr Residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Starr, Harold
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Stevens Residence.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Stevens, Mr. & Mrs. Clyde.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Steves Residence.
Date on drawings: 1964
Client: Steves, Marshall
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Steves Residence.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Steves, Sam Bell
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Steves Residence.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Steves, Walter
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Stewart, Wells residence.
Date on drawings: 1963
Client: Stewart, Wells
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Stowers Furniture Store.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Collaborators: George G. Rangel
Client: Stowers Furniture Store
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Straus Residence with Addition.
Date on drawings: 1958, 1965
Primary archt/firm: Atlee B. Ayers and Robert M. Ayers, Arch'ts (original)
Primary archt/firm: Callins & Wagner (addition)
Client: Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Davis
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Streiber Residence. Addition.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts.
Client: Streiber, Karl
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Stroube Residence.
Date on drawings: 1963
Client: Stroube, W.C.
City: Palm Beach
State/Province: Calif.
Project name: Strunk Residence.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Strunk, M. Abbe
Country: U.S.
Project name: Summers Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Summers
Country: U.S.
Project name: Taylor Oil & Gas Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1952
Client: Taylor Oil & Gas
City: Corpus Christi
County: Nueces
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Temple Industries Houses 2.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Temple Industries
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Templeton Residence.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Templeton, A. B.
City: El Campo
County: Wharton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Tex Star. Lift Slab Office & Warehouse.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: Tex Star
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Tex-Col Corp Natas Inc. Warehouse.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Tex-Col Corp Natas Inc.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Tex-Mex Industrial Institute. Shop.
Date on drawings: 1950
Client: Tex-Mex Industrial Institute
City: Kingsville
County: Kleberg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Houston Technical Labs.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Ford, Colley and Tamminga, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Miles F. Wortham and Assoc.
Client: Texas Instruments?
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments. Administration Building.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Texas Instruments
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments. Building.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and R.S. Colley, Arch'ts
Client: Texas Instruments
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments. Building.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Texas Instruments
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments. Cafeteria.
Date on drawings: 1961
Client: Texas Instruments
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments. Central Station.
Date on drawings: 1959
Client: Texas Instruments
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments. Italy Manufacturing Building.
Date on drawings: 1963
Client: Texas Instruments
City: Aversa
State/Province: Lazio
Country: Italy
Project name: Texas Instruments. Prelims and Renderings.
Date on drawings: 1959
Client: Texas Instruments
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments. Semiconductor and Components Building.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Richard Colley, A.B. Swank
Collaborators: Sam Zisman, Thermotank Inc.
Client: Texas Instruments
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments Semiconductor Building.
Client: Texas Instruments
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Instruments Site Plan.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Texas Instruments
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Temple Industries. House.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Texas Military Institute
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Military Institute. General MacArthur Memorial Library.
Date on drawings: 1965
Client: Texas Military Institute
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Little Chapel in the Woods.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford
Client: Texas Womens University
City: Denton
County: Denton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Thomasma, Marvin residence.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Thomasma, Marvin
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Tinkle, Lon residence.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Tinkle, Lon
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Tinkle Residence.
Date on drawings: 1952
Client: Tinkle, Lon
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Tompkins residence.
Date on drawings: 1920
Client: Tompkins
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trautman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1953
Client: Trautman, Del
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Administration Building.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arhc'ts
Collaborators: Reynolds & Morgan
Collaborators: Martin E. Staley
Collaborators: William Wurster
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Air Conditioning Plant.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts.
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Apartment for Boys Residence.
Date on drawings: 1965
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Auditorium.
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Collaborators: Bartlett Cocke & Assoc.
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University Chapel.
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Chapel Details.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Chapman Graduate Center.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc. and Bartlett Cocke
Collaborators: H.G. Barnard, Jr.
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Collaborators: Silber & Wallis
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Classroom/Administration Building.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Bartlett Cocke, Harvey P. Smith, Arch'ts.
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Fred Severud
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. E.M. Stevens Field.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Earl Sams Memorial Center
Date on drawings: 1950
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Elevated Walkways.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Eugena Miller Fountain.
Date on drawings: 1966
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Ewing Halsell Center for Administrative Studies.
Date on drawings: 1962
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Frank T. Murchison Memorial Tower.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Girls' Dormitory.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Bartlett Cocke and Harvey P. Smith, Arhc'ts
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: Fred Severud
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Gymnasium and Fieldhouse.
Date on drawings: 1959
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. High Rise and Honors Dorms.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Library.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Harvey P. Smith and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Fred Severud
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Life Science Building.
Date on drawings: 1950-55
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Married Couple Apartments.
Client: Trinity University
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Men's Dormitory No. 2.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Frank Drought S.E.
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Karbach & Engel M.E.
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Men's Dormitory No. 4.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Reynolds & Morgan
Collaborators: Martin E. Staley
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Men's Dormitory No. 5.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Bartlett Cocke
Collaborators: Reynolds & Morgan & Associates
Collaborators: Martin E. Staley
Collaborators: William Wurster
Client: Trinity University
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Men's Dormitory Unit.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Bartlett Cocke, Harvey P. Smith, Arch'ts
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: Fred Severud
Client: Trinity University
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Moody Engineering/Science Building.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Collaborators: Silber & Wallis
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Music Building.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Harvey P. Smith and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts.
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Fred N. Severud
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Physical Education Building.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Harvey P. Smith and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Fred N. Severud
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Refectory.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Ruth Taylor Art Building.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke.
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Ruth Taylor Theater.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts.
Collaborators: Silber & Wallis
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Collaborators: William W. Wurster
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Ruth Taylor Theater. Preliminaries.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke.
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Ruth Taylor Theater. Site Improvements.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford & Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Silber & Wallis
Collaborators: Feigenspan & Pinnell
Collaborators: William W. Wurster
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Science Building.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Harvey P. Smith and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts.
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Fred N. Severud
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Student Union Building.
Date on drawings: 1950-55
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, Bartlett Cocke and Harvey R. Smith, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Fred N. Severud
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Swimming Pool.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: Martin Staley
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Topo Map and Plot Plans
Date on drawings: 1950-55
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Women's Dormitories. Project No. 3.
Date on drawings: 1957-8
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Women's Dormitories Project No. 3.
Date on drawings: 1950-1955
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Bartlett Cocke, Arch'ts
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Frank T. Drought
Collaborators: Martin Staley
Collaborators: Alvin Anderson
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Trinity University. Women's Dormitory Project No. 2.
Date on drawings: 1950-55
Primary archt/firm: Bartlett Cocke and O'Neil Ford.
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Frank Drought
Collaborators: Karbach & Engel
Client: Trinity University
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Union Oil Company.
Client: Union Oil Company
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Union Oil Co. of California Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: George Pierce and Abel B. Pierce, Arch'ts
Collaborators: O'Neil Ford & Jerry Rogers
Collaborators: Richard Colley
Collaborators: H.E. Bovay, Fr.
Collaborators: Walter P. Moore
Client: Union Oil Company of California
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Unitarian Center for San Antonio. Proposed.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Unitarian Center for San Antonio
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United Presbyterian Children's Home.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford, A.B. Swank and S.B. Zisman, Arch'ts
Collaborators: Thompson & Abney
Collaborators: William K. Hall & Co.
Collaborators: Hundley & Halff
Client: United Presbyterian Homes
City: Waxahachie
County: Ellis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: USAF Airmen's Dormitory.
Date on drawings: 1952
Client: United States Air Force
City: Corpus Christi
County: Nueces
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: U.S. Granite Research Village House.
Date on drawings: 1953
Client: United States Gypsum Company
City: Chicago
County: Cook
State/Province: Ill.
Country: U.S.
Project name: University Baptist Church (San Antonio).
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Collaborators: W. W. Wurster Associate Architects
Client: University Baptist Church (San Antonio)
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: University of Dallas. Braniff Tower.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Duane Landry, Arch'ts
Client: University of Dallas
Client:
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: University of Dallas. Fine Arts Building Addition.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: University of Dallas
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: University of Dallas. Graduate Center. Federal grant application.
Client: University of Dallas
City: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: University of Texas Medical Branch. Medical Library.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: Brooks, Barr, Graeber and White, Arch'ts.
Client: University of Dallas
City: Galveston
County: Galveston
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: University Park Police Station.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and A.B. Swank, Arch'ts.
Collaborators: Kribs & Landauer
Client: University Park, City of.
City: University Park
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: University Presbyterian Church.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Collaborators: William Wurster
Collaborators: Charles Reynolds
Collaborators: George Rhine
Collaborators: Bolt, Beranek & Newman
Client: University Presbyterian Church
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Urschel, Charles Jr. residence.
Client: Urschel, Charles Jr.
Street address: Between Devine Road and Erin Pass
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 504
Project name: Urschel, Charles Jr. residence.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Urschel, Charles Jr.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Urschel, Charles Jr. residence. Gate.
Client: Urschel, Charles Jr.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Urschel, Charles Jr. residence. Penthouse.
Client: Urschel, Charles Jr.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Urschel, Charles Jr. residence. Pool house.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Urschel, Charles Jr.
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Urschel Residence. Pool House and Penthouse.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Urschel, Charles, Jr.
City: Waxahachie
County: Ellis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Vagtborg, Harold lake house.
Client: Vagtborg, Harold
City: Lake Medina
County: Bandera
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Faith Ranch.
Date on drawings: 1961
Client: West, Wesley
City: Carrizo Springs
County: Dimmit
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Western Hills Christian Church.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Western Hills Christian Church
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Wheat residence.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Wheat, Dr.
City: Alamo Heights
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Willing Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Willing, Don
County: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Wofford, Rollins residence.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Wofford, Rollins
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Women's Home Companion House.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Jerry Rogers, Arch'ts
Client: Women's Home Companion House
Country: U.S.
Project name: Wood, Lawrence.
Date on drawings: 1971
Client: Wood, Lawrence
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Woodlake Community School.
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford.
Client: Woodlake Community.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Woodward, Jack residence. Garage.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Woodward, Jack
City: Port Aransas
County: Aransas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Woodward, Jack residence on the coast.
Primary archt/firm: Ford and Rogers Architects
Client: Woodward, Jack
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Wright Residence.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Assoc.
Client: Wright, Frank
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Young Towers.
Date on drawings: 1958
Client: Young Towers
City: Denver
County: Denver
State/Province: Colo.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Zander Credit Corporation. Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: O'Neil Ford and Associates
Client: Zander Credit Corporation.
Country: U.S.
Series E5: Specifications, 1886, 1939-1940, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Specifications subseries contains specifications of projects by Ford and Swank, and specifications of a brick cottage by Albert F. Beckmann.
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1021Beckmann, Albert F.; Specifications of a Brick Cottage, San Antonio, Texas, 1886
2Bromberg Residence, specifications, n.d.
3Fair, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph; addition to residence (Fair Oaks Ranch), specifications, n.d.
4Specifications of O'Neil Ford and A.B. Swank sites [1 of 3], 1939-1940, n.d.
5Specifications of O'Neil Ford and A.B. Swank sites [2 of 3], n.d.
6Specifications of O'Neil Ford and A.B. Swank sites [3 of 3], n.d.
7Specifications, unknown project, 1940
8Volk, Mr. and Mrs. Harold; Residence, Dallas, TX; specifications (cover, plumbing, and alternates), n.d.



Series F: Lynn Ford, 1927-1978, not dated

Series Abstract
The Lynn Ford series contains material created by Lynn Ford (1908-1978), brother of O'Neil Ford and noted craftsman, largely in wood and metal.
Series F1: Personal Papers, 1927-1978, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Personal Papers subseries contains correspondence, clippings, printed material, military and financial records, including material relating to the book written about Lynn Ford, and cards and letters of sympathy sent on the occasion of Lynn Ford's death.
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1031Ford, Lynn; clippings, letters, Air Force material, assorted printed material, 1927-1957, n.d.
2Ford, Lynn; Personal (includes correspondence and financial documents), 1965-1969
3Ford, Lynn; correspondence, 1969-1978
4Ford, Lynn; Financial and Personal Records, 1969-1978
5Ford, Lynn; Bills, etc., 1978
6Ford, Lynn; letter to Belle Ford, n.d.
Series F2: Professional Papers, 1968-1971, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Professional Papers subseries contains correspondence, work statements, and notes concerning work undertaken by Lynn Ford.
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1037Ford, Lynn; statements for work completed, 1968-1971
8Ford, Lynn; Book, 1976-1978
9Ford, Lynn; printed material regarding book on Lynn Ford, 1978, n.d.
10Ford, Lynn; Carvings and Chair, n.d.
11Ford, Lynn; Carvings, Chair, Light Fixtures, Mosaics and Rugs, n.d.
12Ford, Lynn; Seals, Colorado, letters, letter from Ford to Mr. Harris and Mr. Natata, n.d.
13Ford, Lynn; notes for projects, n.d.



Series G: Samuel B. Zisman, 1930-1960, not dated

Series Abstract
The Samuel Zisman series contains material created and gathered by Samuel B. Zisman (1908-1970), architect and friend of O'Neil Ford. See also, Samuel B. Zisman: An Inventory of his Papers, 1937-1970, a separate collection of the Alexander Architectural Archives.
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Series G1: Personal Papers, 1934-1960, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Personal Papers subseries contains correspondence, clippings, photographs, and papers relating to Zisman's personal life, including documents demonstrating his military service during the Second World War.
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10314Zisman, S.B.; Personal papers, includes photographs, school records, Selective Service correspondence, 1925-1928, 1938-1941
15Zisman, S.B.; Personal Correspondence, 1934-1941, n.d.
16Zisman, S.B.; Beach's Gift Shop, El Paso, Texas, Correspondence and receipts, 1935
17Zisman, S.B.; Personal correspondence, course materials and clippings, 1937-1938, n.d.
18Zisman, S.B.; Texas State Board of Architectural Examiners, Registration, 1938-1939
19Zisman, S.B.; Application to War Department, 1942
20Zisman, S.B.; United States Naval Reserve Commission, Application and Letters, 1942
21Zisman, S.B.; Personal, 1942-1943
22Zisman, S.B.; Texas A&M College, Camouflage School, 1943
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1041Zisman, S.B.; Personal, assorted correspondence, printed material and photographs, 1948-1951, n.d.
2Zisman, S.B.; Personal, Correspondence and Printed Material, 1949
3Zisman, S.B.; Assorted personal correspondence and clippings, 1950
4Zisman, S.B.; postcard and list of funeral pallbearers, 1960, n.d.
Series G2: Professional Papers, 1930-1948, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Professional Papers subseries contains correspondence, clippings, printed material, and notes reflecting Zisman's professional activities, as well as manuscript drafts of two of Zisman's architectural writings.
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1045Zisman, S.B.; Professional correspondence and course materials, 1928-1942, n.d.
6Zisman, S.B.; "Correspondence on Positions," 1930-1941
7Zisman, S.B.; Correspondence file "S", 1934-1935
8Zisman, S.B., Photography, correspondence and receipts, 1935
9Zisman, S.B.; Palamountain, Betty and Pal, Correspondence, 1935, n.d.
10Zisman, S.B.; Palamountain Residence, Correspondence, 1935, n.d.
11Zisman, S.B.; "The Sub-Prefect in the Country," Drafts and Correspondence, 1935, n.d.
12Zisman, S.B.; Celluloid Corporation, Correspondence and samples, 1936, n.d.
13Zisman, S.B.; Professional papers, printed material, 1936-1937, n.d.
14Zisman, S.B.; Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, Department of Architecture, Bulletin, Fourth Series, Vol. 8, No. 1 (two copies) January 1937
15Zisman, S.B.; General Education Board, New York, Correspondence and expense book, 1938
16Zisman, S.B.; Progressive Education Association, National Conference, New York, 1938
17Zisman, S.B.; Sigmund, Mariane; University of Southern California Design FA 51a-c1, Notes and outside work, 1938, n.d.
18Zisman, S.B.; Housing education in secondary schools, Correspondence and reports, 1938-1939
19Zisman, S.B.; Ken magazine, June 22, 1939, assorted letters, 1938-1939
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1051Zisman, S.B.; Professional papers, includes correspondence, clippings, drafts, 1938-1952, n.d.
2Zisman, S.B.; American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1939, n.d.
3Zisman, S.B.; Meeks, Carroll L.V.; Yale University, Department of Architecture, correspondence and article, 1942
4Zisman, S.B.; National Resources Planning Board, correspondence, 1942
5Zisman, S.B.; City planning and low-cost housing, memos, printed material and photos [1 of 2], 1942, n.d.
6Zisman, S.B.; City planning and low-cost housing, memos, printed material and photos [2 of 2], 1942, n.d.
7Zisman, S.B.; "Memos by S.Z.B.," 1942, n.d.
8Zisman, S.B.; Assorted correspondence and printed material, 1947-1952, n.d.
9Zisman, S.B.; Carroll, Mary Margaret; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Department of City and Regional Planning, Thesis: "A Survey of the Educational Activities of Planning Agencies with the Public Schools," 1948
10Zisman, S.B.; "General Impressions of City Planning in Germany," draft, printed material and correspondence, 1949, n.d.
11Zisman, S.B.; "A Community Plans its School, the Consolidated School of College Station, Texas," notes and printed material, n.d.
12Zisman, S.B.; College Station, Airport Facilities, Notes, n.d.
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1061Zisman, S.B.; Floorplan drawings, structural standards, sketches, n.d.
2Zisman, S.B.; Includes correspondence, clippings, information on Chamber of Commerce, n.d.
3Zisman, S.B.; Notecards, "French Info, Centers of Interest", n.d.
4Zisman, S.B.; Notes and printed material, n.d.
Series G3: Faculty Papers, 1933-1951, n.d.
Subseries Abstract
The Faculty Papers subseries contains course materials, correspondence, and printed material relating to Zisman's terms as Assistant Professor of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and as Professor of Architecture at Texas A&M University.
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1065Zisman, S.B.; Course materials, Fezandie and Sperrle correspondence, 1933-1936, n.d.
6Zisman, S.B.; Faculty papers, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Texas A&M, 1933-1941
7Zisman, S.B.; Education materials and assorted printed material [1 of 2], 1938-1940, n.d.
8Zisman, S.B.; Education materials and assorted printed material [2 of 2], 1938-1940, n.d.
9Zisman, S.B.; Texas State Teachers Meeting, 1939, n.d.
10Zisman, S.B.; Texas A&M College, courses and correspondence, 1939-1951
11Zisman, S.B.; Course materials, n.d.



Series H: Unprocessed Material

Series Abstract
Unprocessed material in the O'Neil Ford collection includes 17 linear inches of papers, approximately 30 sketches, over 1,000 photographs, approximately 50 oversize photographs and 20 negatives, 26 color transparencies, 3 1/4-inch audiotape reels, and 20 objects including awards, honorary degrees, personalized stamps, product samples, and tools. Most of the over 8,000 slides in the collection have been partially processed. This unprocessed portion of the collection contains a mix of personal and project related material.