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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch of Edward Duke Squibb

Scope and Content of the collection

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Detailed Description of the Collection

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Edward Duke Squibb collection,

1953-1997



Collection Summary

CreatorSquibb, Edward Duke
TitleEdward Duke Squibb collection
Dates1953-1957
AbstractDuke Squibb is a 1956 graduate of the University of Texas School of Architecture and a Taliesen Fellow. His collection contains primarily material on Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesen, including books, bound journals, clippings, correspondence, brochures, postcards, vinyl recordings, photographs and slides. Also included are papers Squibb wrote for a class taught by the British architect and writer Colin Rowe.
IdentificationSQUIB 2006026; 2006034
QuantityManuscript material, student papers, books, clippings, correspondence, brochures, postcards, vinyl recordings, photographs and slides concerning Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesen.
Repository:Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of Edward Duke Squibb

Duke Squibb is a 1956 graduate of the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture and a Taliesen Fellow. He was born in Detroit in 1935, although both his parents were from the Dallas area. When Squibb was 5 years old, his father was transferred back to Dallas, Texas. Squibb attended grammar school in Garland, Texas and graduated from Garland High School at age 16. From 1951 to 1952 he attended Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas studying Management Engineering. He left SMU to study architecture at the University of Texas at Austin and graduated in 1956. After graduation from The University of Texas and working in Austin, he joined the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Taliesen fellowship from 1959 to 1961. While studying at Taliesen West (Scottsdale, Arizona) and Taliesen (Spring Green, Wisconsin), he performed various duties cooking, gardening, and landscape and garden construction. At the end of his 2 1/2 years as a student at Taliesen, Squibb returned to Texas and worked in Austin and Dallas for private architectural firms for 19 years. In these early years he worked as a field inspector for Austin architect Eugene Wukash. He worked 32 years for the state of Texas in the departments of Parks and Wildlife and Health (Longtime Care). While working for Texas Parks and Wildlife in the late 1960s he was restoration architect for Fort Leaton State Historic site in Presidio County. He retired from the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services in January 2006 after serving for many years as a consultant, field inspector and program manager for Longtime Care.

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Scope and Content of the collection

Duke Squibb is a 1956 graduate of the University of Texas School of Architecture and a Taliesen Fellow. His collection contains primarily material on Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesen, including books, bound journals, clippings, brochures, postcards, vinyl recordings, photographs and slides. Also included are papers Squibb wrote for a class taught by the British architect and writer Colin Rowe.

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Restrictions

Policies Governing Use and Access

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Administrative Information

Citation

Edward Duke Squibb collection, Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Paper processed by: Donna Coates, July 2006

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

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Detailed Description of the Collection

This collection has not been processed. See archival staff for more information.