Arlene Taylor papers
Correspondence; clippings; publicity materials; scrapbooks; business papers; photographs; and miscellaneous items accumulated by Arlene Taylor as a result of her association with the Meyercord Decal Company.
[Interiors] / Edward Van Altena, photographer
14 Slides (lantern.)
Sixty-eight color and b/w 35mm slides and 14 lantern slides of furnished unidentified office and home interiors, some dated 1940.
Grace Fakes papers
Correspondence, sketches, printed material, and photographs.
Louise Caldwell Murdock papers
Lectures on interior decorating, history of furniture and rugs, and miscellaneous notes.
Thomas Bull papers
REEL N70-10 (Ca. 150 items): Correspondence, notes on room decor, sketches, bills, and obituary notices, 1933-1962. Includes photos of his studio, of the interior of Schrafft's at 181 Broadway, N.Y.C., of the Carl Hoening house in Hoboken, of wall paintings, and of Bull and his family. Correspondents include family members, contractors, and clients …
Harold W. Grieve papers relating to Robert Strong Woodward
23 letters received from Robert Strong Woodward, 1934-1951; two greeting cards; four exhibition notices; clippings; magazine articles; and three photographs of works of art.
Victor Hugo Proetz papers
5 Items (rolled docs)
Notebooks, card file, architectural plans, elevations, details, drawings, and designs for chairs, desks, cabinets, picture frames, etc. relating to Proetz's renovation of the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Many of the designs and records pre-dating the renovation were evidently used by Proetz in the renovation.
Margery Hoffman Smith papers relating to Timberline Lodge, Oregon
Correspondence; writings, speeches and notes; clippings and other printed material; a list of requisitions for interior decoration; sketches; correspondence of Emerson J. Griffith, State Administrator for Oregon's Works Progress Administration; lyrics of George Natanson's song "Hail to Timberline"; and photographs of Griffith and Floyd Dell at Timberline Lodge. Also included …
L'architecture, la décoration, l'ameublement
A collection of French Second Empire designs for interior decoration, including doors, walls, beds, fire-places, sitting-rooms, draperies, clocks, ceilings, and frames for mirrors and paintings.
Columbia Historical Society records
Charles H. Huber & Bro
Records of the Columbia Historical Society concern the Christian Heurich Mansion, which houses the Society. Includes: