Gould family papers, 1830-1983.


Gould family. Gould family papers, 1830-1983.

Gould family papers, 1830-1983.

The collection consists of family papers from the Gould, Fay, and Ober families, 1830-1983. The primary focus is Seattle architect Carl Freylinghuysen Gould and his wife, Dorothy Fay Gould. Carl F. Gould's professional architectural papers include project files, correspondence, notes, specifications, financial records, and related material from his architectural practice, 1908-1938. Carl F. Gould's personal papers include correspondence with family and others, speeches and writings, diaries, notes, sketchbooks, minutes, reports, ephemera, clippings, publications, and other materials concerning his teaching career at the University of Washington and other professional and civic activities, including his association with the American Institute of Architects (both the national organization and the Washington branch), the Washington chapter of the Construction League of the United States, the Seattle Planning Commission, the Oregon Capitol Reconstruction Commission, the Art Institute of Seattle, and the Seattle Fine Arts Society. Dorothy Fay Gould's papers include family and personal correspondence, speeches and writings, diaries, subject files, publications, ephemera, Archives of American Architecture materials, audiocassette tapes of oral histories conducted by her son, Carl Gould, Jr, and clippings, 1905-1975, regarding her family, her research and speaking engagements, and her club activities. Other family members represented in the collection include Alice Isabel Ober Fay, John Purinton Fay, Temple Fay, Annie Westbrook Gould, and Charles Judson Gould. Major correspondents include Muriel (Gould) York and Paul M. Gustin.

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

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Construction League of the United States. Washington Chapter.

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York, Muriel Gould.

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Hauberg, Anne Gould

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Gustin, Paul Morgan (American painter 1886-1974)

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Gould, Dorothy Fay

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Fay, Alice Isabel.

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Gould, Annie Laurie Westbrook.

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The Gould Family Papers center around Carl Freylinghuysen Gould and Dorothy Fay Gould. Carl Gould was a prominent Seattle architect and the founder of the University of Washington's Department of Architecture. Gould designed the Seattle Asian Art Museum (previously the Seattle Art Museum), the Marine Hospital (now the headquarters of Amazon.com), and over 20 buildings on the University of Washington campus, among other notable structures around the Puget Sound area. His parents, Charles Judson G...

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Art Institute of Seattle

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Oregon. State Capitol Reconstruction Commission

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Fay, Temple H. (Temple Howard)

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Gould, Carl F., 1916-1992

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Fay, Jean Bradford.

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Seattle Fine Arts Society

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University of Washington. Dept. of Architecture.

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American Institute of Architects. Washington State Chapter

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

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