Elbert Peets papers, 1883-1983 1904-1974


Elbert Peets papers, 1883-1983 1904-1974

Includes correspondence, reports, clippings, photographs, plans, and drawings related to projects on which Peets worked; material on the L'Enfant plan for Washington, D.C., of which Peets was a major proponent and guardian; material related to articles and books by or about Peets, including photographs and negatives from the book ; and personal correspondence, notes, manuscripts, and family papers. Civic Art



SNAC Resource ID: 6400754

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