Architectural drawings, blueprints, and maps [manuscript] 1911-1948.


Cram & Ferguson. Architectural drawings, blueprints, and maps [manuscript] 1911-1948.

Architectural drawings, blueprints, and maps [manuscript] 1911-1948.

The collection contains maps of Charlottesville, the C&O right-of-way, and of the Valentine and Turner properties; blueprints for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1934, by Peebles and Ferguson, Norfolk; plans of some Virginia homes including Greenway, Charles City Co., Sabine Hall, Richmond, 506 Park Street, Charlottesville, the Crisfield residence, Waynesboro, and Farmington Country Club by the Historical American Buildings Survey, Edmund S. Campbell, Charlottesville, and Baker Heyward and Llorens, Charlottesville; blueprints and plans for public institutions including state teachers colleges at Fredericksburg, Harrisonburg and Farmville, the Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute, Petersburg, and a school for the deaf and blind at Staunton by Charles M. Robinson, Richmond, J. Binford Walford, and Frye and Stone, Roanoke, plans for restoration in Williamsburg, 1929-1931, particularly at William and Mary by Charles M. Robinson, and Perry, Shaw & Hepburn, Boston; the George Rogers Clark Memorial, Charlottesville by Robert Aitken and H. Van Buren Magonigle; the Virginia War Memorial, Richmond, 1931, by Cram & Ferguson; a VMI statue, 1930 by Carneal, Johnston & Wright, Richmond; specifications, 1929, for renovations of Campbell Bascom Slemp's home, 1924, by Eubank & Caldwell, Roanoke.

157 items.

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Peebles & Ferguson. (corporateBody)

Campbell, Edmund S. (Edmund Schureman), 1884-1950 (person)

Head professor and librarian of art and architecture, and curator of Bayly Museum. From the description of Architectural drawings of Edmund Schureman Campbell [manuscript] 1928-1930. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647998716 From the description of Edmund Schureman Campbell papers. [manuscript] 1884-1950. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 232609306 ...

Clark, George Rogers, 1752-1818 (person)

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Aitken, Robert, sutler (person)

Sutler with 7th Infantry, New Jersey Volunteers during the Civil War. From the description of Papers, 1861-1862. (Rutgers University). WorldCat record id: 28374961 ...

Walford, J. Binford. (person)

Robinson, Charles M., 1949-.... (person)

Virginia Military Institute (corporateBody)

On March 29, 1839 the General Aslsembly passed the final version of the act establishing a military school at the Lexington arsenal, where the students would protect the arms while pursuing educational courses. The School was named the Virginia Military Institute and is the nation's oldest state supported military college. The governor appointed nine members to the Board of Visitors to oversee the new school and they elected Claudius Crozet as president of the board and named Franci...

Fredericksburg State Teachers College. (corporateBody)

Mary Washington college (corporateBody)

Wren Building (Williamsburg, Va.) (corporateBody)

Eubank & Caldwell. (corporateBody)

Slemp, C. Bascom (Campbell Bascom), 1870-1943 (person)

Congressman, 1907-1923, from Virginia's 9th District and private secretary to Calvin Coolidge, 1923-1925. From the description of C. Bascom Slemp scrapbooks [manuscript], undated. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 648004695 C. Bascom Slemp of Big Stone Gap, Va., was a lawyer, businessman, and U.S. Representative from Virginia. From the description of Additional papers of Campbell Bascom Slemp, h 1920-1931. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id:...

Farmville State Teachers College. (corporateBody)

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. (corporateBody)

Art museum; Richmond, Va. From the description of Virginia Museum of Fine Arts records, 1919-1981. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86132799 The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the nation's first state-supported art museum, opened to the public in 1936, "to promote education in the realm of art throughout the commonwealth," (Section 9-78, Code of Virginia). Partnership between private donors and state legislators, however established a pattern begun in 1919 when Joh...

Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad. (corporateBody)

Virginia War Memorial (Richmond) (corporateBody)

Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center. (corporateBody)

Frye & Stone. (corporateBody)

James Madison University (corporateBody)

Cram & Ferguson. (corporateBody)

Crisfield, A. W. (person)

Longwood College (corporateBody)

Magonigle, Harold Van Buren, 1867-1935 (person)

Architect, graphic designer, painter, sculptor. Based in New York City. From the description of Harold Van Buren Magonigle architectural drawings and papers, circa 1894-1944, (bulk circa 1894-1930). (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 505720152 Magonigle visited Europe on a Rotch Travelling Scholarship during the years 1894-1896. The majority of his student and travel sketches date from those years and probably were produced while his travels w...

Carneal, Johnston & Wright. (corporateBody)

Harrisonburg State Teachers College. (corporateBody)

Historic American Building Survey (San Francisco, Calif.) (corporateBody)

The Hampton Lillibridge House was built in 1796 by Rhode Island native, Hampton Lillibridge in the traditional New England style. The house was originally located at 310 East Bryan Street in Savannah, Georgia, but when it was purchased by antiques dealer, Jim Williams, in 1963 it was moved to its present location at 507 East Julian Street in Savannah, where it is known as one of Savannah's most haunted homes. From the description of Hampton Lillibridge House architectural drawings, 1...

Greenway (Private home : Charles City County) (corporateBody)

Farmington Country Club (Albemarle County, Va.) (corporateBody)

Perry, Shaw & Hepburn. (corporateBody)

Virginia Normal & Industrial Institute. (corporateBody)