Architecture -- Kansas -- Lawrence
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 records:
Call Number: RH MS 713
Overview Thihs collection contains student papers on local history, with emphasis on architecture.
Call Number: RH AD 12
Overview The collection contains detailed drawings of the construction of Lawrence Memorial Hospital (LMH) and its renovations done by a number of different architecture firms throughout the course of the building's history. Additionally, there is some information related to the then-possible takeover of LMH by Columbia/Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) in 1996.
Dates: 1933 - 1996
Call Number: RH MS 720
Overview This collection covers the architectural career of Lawrence Good, starting with his time in the army and beginning his education at the Royal College of Architecture through his private practice career. The collection includes tracings, specifications, working drawings, and other materials related to the architectural design process, as well as correspondence, news clippings, reference material, data, contarcts, analyses and reports, presentation design booklets for clients and the general...
Dates: 1945 - 1997
Call Number: RH MS D195
Overview Undergraduate thesis by Ben Wearing regarding 19th century buildings located in Lawrence, Kansas. Card file index also available. Photographs from the thesis have been physically separated and are located at RH PH 552 (formerly at RH MS-P D195).
Call Number: RH MS 956
Overview P.D. Olmstead owned and operated a contracting business in Lawrence, Kansas from 1925-1968. He built several buildings on the University of Kansas campus. This collection encompasses his business records, predominantly client and vendor account files filed by individual or business name, as well as architectural drawings and plans related building projects and personal family photographs.
Dates: 1890-1975 (bulk 1920s-1966)