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Architect. Three drawings (1947) created by Albert Yanda while attending the University of Oklahoma’s School of Architecture. The drawings depict a design for a fountain pen to be worn on the finger, an exterior view of a residence, and a service station.
Architect. Architectural drawings (1960-1963) created by Arley Rinehart as a student at the University of Oklahoma’s School of Architecture. The drawings depict a laboratory, chapel, doctor’s clinic, and other buildings and architectural concepts.
Architect. The papers (1935-2014) of Arnold G. “Arn” Henderson document his career as an architect and professor of architecture at the University of Oklahoma, and his efforts to preserve buildings in Oklahoma and across the American southwest. The collection features drawings and floor plans for numerous buildings that Henderson helped renovate. The papers include photographic and manuscript materials for Henderson’s biography of Bruce Goff, as well as photographic prints and slides of Henderson’s own architectural projects and various projects by students. The collection also contains Native American housing surveys and environmental studies, with an emphasis on the Cheyenne and Arapaho.
Architect. Architectural drawings by Brenda J. Stubel primarily for the set design of Everyman: A Sacred Opera, which premiered at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in Dallas, Texas, in March of 1986. Stubel was a graduate of the University of Oklahoma’s School of Architecture and a member of St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church.
Architect. Designs (circa 1957) drawn by Bruce Goff for the Donald Pollock House in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Architect. A set of architectural plans (1971) by Bruce Goff for an unbuilt house for Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Wakil and family in Houston, Texas. This set of drawings was owned by Georgia architect and Bruce Goff scholar, Nelson Brackin.
Collector. Correspondence, architectural drawings, textile samples, photographs, and financial records (1963-1991) related to three homes architect Bruce Goff designed for Celestine Barby. The residences were built in Beaver, Oklahoma, and Tucson, Arizona; a third home in Golden, Colorado, was not built. The collection also includes published materials about Goff, and issues (1983-1988) of Friends of Kebyar.
Architect. Chayo Frank’s typescript reminiscences on Bruce Goff and the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture during the period of 1962-1967. The collection also contains a full-color printed brochure on Frank’s self-designed “sanctuary paradise” home in Miami, Florida.
College of Architecture. Original drawings by students and architects associated with the University of Oklahoma’s School of Architecture. The organic architecture style depicted in the drawings resulted from the influence of OU professor Bruce Goff and others, and is now known as the American School of Architecture. The school later became the Christopher C. Gibbs College of Architecture.
Architect. The collection contains architectural drawings (1954-1956) created by Donald K. Olsen as a student at the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture, and architectural drawings and papers (1956-2013) he created during his career as a professional architect in the Sausalito, California, area.
Architect. Correspondence, research files, and photographic materials (1946-2017) on Bruce Goff and the American School of Architecture. The collection documents Donald MacDonald’s work to organize exhibitions and publications about Bruce Goff’s legacy and the students he and fellow architect Herb Greene influenced at the University of Oklahoma. The files primarily trace the development of the 1985 Royal Institute of British Architects’ exhibition in London, The American School of Architecture: The Bruce Goff Legacy; and a 1981 special issue of A+U magazine that focused on the American School architects. The collection also includes a series of board-mounted drawings and images of structures in California by Donald MacDonald Architects.
Architect. Architectural drawings (1954-1956) created by Ernest Burden, Jr., as a student at the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture, where he studied under Herb Greene and Bruce Goff. The collection consists of original and copy prints of drawings, digitized drawings in jpeg and pdf formats, and slides of artists’ illustrations.
Architect. The archives (1959-2018) of G. K. “Mickey” Muennig document his innovative organic architecture work in the Big Sur area of California. The collection primarily contains project files and architectural drawings (circa 1975-2004) produced during the planning and construction of residential and commercial properties along the Pacific coast, such as the Post Ranch Inn. These materials reflect Muennig’s dedication to eco-conscious designs that incorporated the surrounding landscape and ocean views. The collection also features drawings of Muennig’s early works in his hometown of Joplin, Missouri. Photographic prints and slides of his architectural projects and sources for inspiration are included, along with correspondence from friends and associates. The collection also contains architectural drafting tools used in his professional practice, and copies of publicity about his unique architectural style.
Architect. A collection of color photographic slides (1974-1978) taken by architect and professor Gerardo Brown-Manrique. The slides depict Bruce Goff’s Bavinger House, the Herb Greene House (the “Prairie Chicken”), student projects for architecture courses in 1951-1960 at the University of Oklahoma, and projects by students in Brown-Manrique’s Graphics 2 classes.
Architect. Drawings of residences, commercial buildings, and design concepts by Michigan architect Harvey Ferrero, who apprenticed with Bruce Goff in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, in 1958-1960. The collection includes drawings (1955-2014) for built and unbuilt projects for which he was architect, as well as several Bruce Goff-designed residences. Photographs (1960-2010) in the collection depict renderings, residences, and commercial buildings by Ferrero, including the Max Klein Building in Southfield, Michigan. An accompanying minor series of papers (1957-2019) contains news articles on architecture, original and copies of letters to Ferrero from Goff, and a published portfolio (2014) of Ferrero’s works.
Architects. The collection contains architectural drawings (1950-1958) by Herb Greene and Frank Lloyd Wright. Projects depicted include Wright’s Lamberson home in Iowa, and Greene’s homes in Oklahoma for the Greene, Lyons, and Joyce families, an unidentified home, and an architectural screen for the Roosevelt Granite Company in Snyder, Oklahoma.
Architect. One drawing (1951) by Herb Greene of a fine arts building for Cassidy School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The drawing was completed as part of Greene’s coursework for his fourth year studio class in the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture.
Architect. Architectural drawings by James Gardner as a student at the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture under Bruce Goff. The projects depicted include a residence for the Gardner family in Shawnee, Kansas; a restaurant and club for the Tulsa Zoo; a fire station, along with other drawings and paintings.
Architect. Drawings and paintings (1953-1983) created by architect John Hurtig primarily during his years as a student of Bruce Goff at the University of Oklahoma during the 1950s. The works are primarily architectural in nature. The collection also contains a small series of largely copied materials (2009-2012) on fellow OU School of Architecture student, Vincent E. Van De Venter, sculptor Alphonso Iannelli, and architect Bruce Goff.
Architect. Drawings (1953-2007) of architectural projects by John Marsh Davis, a University of Oklahoma graduate who designed in the organic style of architecture primarily in California’s San Francisco Bay area. The collection contains original and reproduction drawings of commercial and residential projects. These include his work on California wineries such as the Joseph Phelps Winery and the Chateau Souverain Winery. The collection also features many drawings for residential projects such as the Barbour Residence in Kentfield, California, and the Julian Residence in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
Architect. A collection of architect Mendel Glickman’s papers (1952-1967) and related architectural drawings owned by fellow architect, Edward V. Kemp. The papers contain Glickman’s correspondence with Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, primarily regarding his engineering services for building projects in California and Wisconsin. The architectural drawings (1965-1966) were produced for the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Hall of Justice and Veterans Memorial Auditorium of the Marin County, California, civic center. The collection also includes copies of Edward V. Kemp’s American Institute of Architects corporate membership application and related papers (1977-1986), and lithograph plates of the Winslow House from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wasmuth portfolio.
Architect. Drawings by Kenneth Taber, completed as part of his student coursework while attending the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture. The drawings depict a ski lounge in Colorado, and a science building for a small liberal arts college.
Architect. Digitized architectural drawings and a model (circa 1960-1961) created by Larry Brocaw as a student at the University of Oklahoma architecture school. The collection also contains digitized photographs (undated) of the Shartel House, and two copies of a 1961 Norman Transcript newspaper article on his design for an OU Golf Course Clubhouse.
Architect. The collection contains class notebooks, architectural drawings, and artifacts (1954-1963) produced by Melvin Shivvers while he was a student in the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture. The collection also contains sepia and blueline prints from glass slides depicting examples of Renaissance architecture that were used for study by students.
Architect. A collection of papers, slides, and printed materials on the American School of Architecture collected by University of Oklahoma faculty member and architect, Nick Harm. The collection focuses on Bruce Goff’s career and influence on students at the OU School of Architecture.
Architect. Architectural drawings (1955-1957) by Norman Froelich as a student at the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture under Bruce Goff. The projects depicted include a mortuary and chapel, and an auto teller bank for Norman, Oklahoma.
Architect. A collection of printed materials and ephemera on architects Bruce Goff and Frank Lloyd Wright, gathered by Iowa architect Norman Rudi. The materials pertain in part to the University of Oklahoma School of Architecture, where Bruce Goff taught and from which Norman Rudi graduated.
Architect. Reproductions of architectural drawings (undated) of the Corsaw Residence in Norman, Oklahoma. Bruce Goff designed the home for the Roger Corsaw family in 1952.
Architect. A collection of slides and other photographic materials (1958-2018) created or collected by architect Robert Alan Bowlby. They include slides, transparencies, prints, and negatives, in hard copy as well as digital formats. The images depict architectural works by Bowlby, his University of Oklahoma architecture professor, Bruce Goff, by architect Herb Greene, and by fellow OU School of Architecture alumni and others who designed in the organic American School style.
- Names: American School Archive (University of Oklahoma) X
- Architectural drawings (visual works) 29
- Architecture -- Oklahoma 27
- Architecture -- California 6
- Color slides 5
- Organic architecture 5
- Architecture 4
- Oklahoma 4
- Photographs 4
- Correspondence 2
- Files (digital files) 2
- Architecture -- Arizona. 1
- Architecture -- Colorado. 1
- Architecture -- Exhibitions 1
- Architecture -- Florida. 1
- Architecture -- Iowa. 1
- Architecture -- Kansas. 1
- Architecture -- Michigan. 1
- Architecture -- Washington. 1
- Architecture -- Wisconsin. 1
- Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Oklahoma 1 + ∧ less
- Goff, Bruce, 1904-1982 16
- Greene, Herb 6
- Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959 4
- University of Oklahoma. College of Architecture 3
- MacDonald, Donald, 1935- 2
- Rudi, Norman 2
- Autumn, Violeta 1
- Barby, Celestine, 1903-2003 1
- Bavinger House (Norman, Okla.) 1
- Bowlby, Robert Alan 1
- Brocaw, Larry 1
- Brown-Manrique, Gerardo 1
- Burden, Ernest, 1934- 1
- Burgett, William Stanley, 1917-1968 1
- Corsaw, Roger D., 1913-2004 1
- Davis, John Marsh, 1931-2009 1
- Faust, Robert L., 1932- 1
- Ferrero, Harvey, 1934- 1
- Frank, Chayo 1 + ∧ less