Gould Family Papers 1830-1975

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Gould Family Papers, 1830-1975

Gould Family Papers 1830-1975

Family papers from the Gould, Fay, and Ober families, primarily focusing on Seattle architect Carl Freylinghuysen Gould and his wife, Dorothy Fay Gould.

41.25 cubic feet, including 10 sound cassettes and 1 sound wire reel; 43 boxes, 1 tube

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Art Institute of Seattle

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American Institute of Architects

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The Western Association of Architects (WAA) was founded in Chicago in 1884 as a rival organization of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Members consisted of architects from the Midwest and the South with chapters forming in many states. The WAA was the first architectural organization to petition for licensure of architects. Many architects were members of both WAA and AIA and a decision was made in 1889 for WAA to merge with AIA. From the guide to the Papers of the Western...

York, Muriel Gould

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Construction League of the United States. Washington Chapter.

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Fay, Jean Bradford

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Fay, Temple

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Gustin, Paul Morgan

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Gould, Charles J.

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Plant pathologist, Western Washington Research and Extension Center, Puyallup, Washington. From the description of Papers, 1933-1977. (Washington State University). WorldCat record id: 29853450 Charles Jay Gould, Jr., was born on February 28, 1912 in Eaton, Ohio and raised in Huntington, West Virginia. He attended high school and college in West Virginia graduating cum laude from Marshall College (now Marshall University) in 1934. He received an M.S. in Plant Pa...

Hauberg, Anne Gould

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Gould, Carl F., 1916-1992

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Gould family

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The Gould Family Papers center around Carl Freylinghuysen Gould (1873-1939), a prominent Seattle architect. Gould designed over 20 buildings on the University of Washington campus, including the Henry Suzzallo library. He also designed the Seattle Asian Art Museum (previously the Seattle Art Museum), the Marine Hospital (now the headquarters of Amazon.com), and many other notable structures in the Puget Sound area. Carl F. Gould was born in New York City into a prominent...

Fay, Alice Isabel

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Fay, John P. (John Purinton), 1861-1930.

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Gould, Annie Laurie Westbrook

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Seattle Garden Club (Seattle, Wash.)

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Seattle Planning Commission

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The City Planning Commission was created in 1924 to prepare plans and gather data for urban planning and the physical development of Seattle, to advise City Council on current problems and long range planning, and to participate in administration and revision of the city's zoning ordinance. The Planning Commission initially was comprised of twenty-five members, but in 1930, membership was nine. Prior to 1946, funding for the Commission came from the Engineering Dept. A City Charter amendment in ...

American Institute of Architects. Washington State Chapter

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Gould, Dorothy Fay

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Gould, Carl Freylinghuysen, 1873-1939

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University of Washington. Dept. of Architecture.

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Seattle Fine Arts Society

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Oregon. State Capitol Reconstruction Commission

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The Capitol Reconstruction Commission was established in 1935 for the purpose of planning the construction of a new captiol building in Salem, Oregon to replace the one that burned in 1935. From the guide to the State Capitol Reconstruction Commission records, 1935-1937, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library) The Capitol Reconstruction Commission was established in 1935 for the purpose of planning the construction of a new captiol building in Salem, Oregon...