architectural drawings (visual works)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description Original architectural plans created by John M. Carlisle, at times in partnership with Harry M. Love, primarily depicting residential and church buildings in the Spartanburg area. A small auxiliary portion of the collection contains drafting tools and handbooks.
Content Description Large collection of architectural plans depicting the work of several allied architects consisting primarily of commercial, educational, and governmental buildings. Most of the plans are original drawings or CAD prints.
Content Description Six boxes of files and architectural plans salvaged from the basement of the Schuyler Building. Topics include tenant and building information on the Schuyler Apartment Building and a significant collection of documents relating to the R/UDAT planning process, Spartanburg Area Transportation Study, Spartanburg Development Council, Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce, and various residential and commercial development projects. The bulk of the material was assembled or created by Pat Cecil from the...
Content Description One set of blueprints and diazo prints consisting of approximately 80 oversize sheets depicting renovations to the Spartanburg Country Club in 1965 and 1966. Primary architect is noted as Tom Hollis.
Content Description Large collection consisting of two series, the first covering maps, plats, site plans, and architectural plans, and the second covering newspapers. The entire collection was transferred to SCPL from the Spartanburg County Historical Association to facilitate research access to the materials. The maps series is contained in 42 boxes with each drawing or set of drawings stored rolled and banded by a paper label. The newspaper series is contained in 8 oversize newspaper boxes. When possible,...
Content Description The majority of the collection consists of photographs of schools, students, teachers, and school activities. Also included are photographic negatives, WPA-era school surveys, and architectural plans. These materials may have been assembled by Ella Poats while gathering material for her publication in 1982, many of the photographs in the collection are reproduced in her book. Collection had been stored at Cummings Street School prior to donation to SCPL.