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Architecture, Domestic -- Louisiana

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:

Lyons and Hudson Architects, Limited Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-181
Scope and Contents

This collection of records, from the New Orleans architectural firm Lyons and Hudson, includes project drawings and photographs for commercial, civic, religious, and residential buildings in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana. Commissions include renovations for the Louisiana Supreme Court Building, the Orpheum Theater, the National D-Day Museum (now the World War II Museum), and Touro Synagogue in New Orleans.

Dates: 1970s – 2005

Marie Pilkington Campbell collection

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-032
Scope and Contents

This collection includes photographs of historic buildings, specifically plantation houses in St. James Parish, Louisiana. Marie Pilkington Campbell’s research regarding the buildings accompanies the photographs. Photographs include smaller lesser known structures as well as large plantation houses.

Dates: 1910; Undated

Martin Shepard Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-109
Scope and Contents

This collection of records from New Orleans architect Martin Shepard (1875-1962)'s office, as well as Shepard and Riblet, includes project drawings for residences, businesses, and various schools. Projects were done in New Orleans, as well as throughout Louisiana and Mississippi. Professional and personal correspondence and specifications are also maintained.

Dates: 1909–1930s

Maxwell and LeBreton Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-169
Scope and Contents

This collection includes office records from the New Orleans architectural firm of Maxwell and LeBreton (Murvan M. Maxwell, 1910-2001; Denvrich C. LeBreton, 1911-1996) and predecessor offices including Sporl and Maxwell (Edward F. Sporl, 1881-1956), M.M. Maxwell and Associates, and Maxwell and LeBreton. Included project drawings feature academic, business, commercial, and residential buildings, alterations, and additions in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana and Mississippi.

Dates: 1940s-1981

Milton G. Scheuermann, Jr. Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-187
Scope and Contents

This collection of records from New Orleans architect Milton G. Scheuermann, Jr. (b. 1933)'s office includes project drawings and photographs for residential, religious, educational, and civic commissions in New Orleans and other Louisiana cities.

Dates: 1960s–1990s

Moise H. Goldstein Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-004
Scope and Contents

This collection of records from New Orleans architect Moise H. Goldstein's office, as well as records from successor offices, includes project drawings, correspondence, and photographs for residential, commercial, institutional, educational, and religious commissions. Projects were done in New Orleans, throughout Louisiana, and a few cities throughout the United States.

Dates: 1916-1963

Paul G. Charbonnet, Jr. Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-173
Scope and Contents

This collection of records, from New Orleans architect Paul Gilbert Charbonnet, Jr. (1919-1984)'s office, includes project photographs, drawings, and correspondence regarding academic, athletic, commercial, religious, and residential commissions in New Orleans, throughout Louisiana, and in a few cities across the United States.

Dates: 1930s–1970s

Peter Torre Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-011
Scope and Contents

This collection of papers, from New Orleans architect Peter Torre, Jr. (1880-1953), mostly consists of drawings: student projects, life sketches, project specifications, and a design for a country house. Property records, personal photographs, and a memorial certificate are also maintained.

Dates: 1892-1916

Philip H. Roach, Jr. Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-019
Scope and Contents

This collection of records from New Orleans architect Philip H. Roach, Jr. (1925-2016)'s office, as well as records from successor offices, includes project drawings, photographs, and professional correspondence related to social, institutional, and residential commissions in New Orleans, across Louisiana, and throughout the United States.

Dates: 1950-1969

Phillip P. Cazale Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-178
Scope and Contents

This collecion includes project drawings (mostly copy prints) from the office of New Orleans architect Philip Peter Cazale (1892-1975) and from his collaborations with Albert Bendernagel, Sr. and Robert W. Layer. Cazale was architect of many New Orleans Catholic churches and schools, and did alterations to the Falstaff Brewery in New Orleans. Drawings for St. Joseph’s Church and Sanctuary in St. Benedict, Louisiana by architect Theodore Brune are also maintained.

Dates: 1930-1961

Rock and Galloway Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-168
Scope and Contents

This collection of records from New Orleans architects Rock and Galloway (John Walter Rock, 1923- 2009; William J. Galloway, Jr., 1927-1992)'s office includes project photographs, specifications, and correspondence regarding academic, business, religious, and residential buildings. Teaching records, publicity material, and project models of apartments, churches, and schools are also maintained.

Dates: 1950s-1992

Sam Stone, Jr. Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-085
Scope and Contents

This collection of records of the office of New Orleans architect Sam Stone, Jr. (1869-1933), as well as from predecessor and successor offices, includes project drawings of academic, commercial, business, religious, and residential buildings. Projects are mostly done in New Orleans, but include a few throughout Louisiana and Alabama.

Dates: 1895–1955

Samuel Stanhope Labouisse Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-141
Scope and Contents This collection includes project drawings from the office of New Orleans architect Samuel Stanhope Labouisse (1879-1918), and project drawings from Labouisse’s association with the office of DeBuys, Churchill, and Labouisse (Rathbone DeBuys, 1872-1960; Frank G. Churchill, 1878- 1924), in which Labouisse was a named partner. Drawings are mostly blueprints with a few original tracings. A student project done by Labouisse at the Atelier Preparatoire d’Architecture Godefroy and Freynet in Paris,...
Dates: 1911–1919

Sylvester Labrot, Jr. Collection

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-001
Scope and Contents This collection includes hundreds of architectural drawings, which were created during the early 19th century through 1900, and collected by Sylvester W. Labrot, Jr. of New Orleans. The bulk of the collection consists of project drawings from the offices of James Gallier, Sr., and his son, James Gallier, Jr., and their collaborations with Charles B. Dakin, John Turpin, and Richard Esterbrook. Drawings for work by W.L. Atkinson, William Brand, Edward Burling, George Clarkson, James H. Dakin,...
Dates: 1801-1900

Thomas Sully Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-008
Scope and Contents This collection of records from New Orleans architect Thomas Sully (1855-1939)'s office, as well as successor offices, includes drawings, photographs, correspondence, and specifications for residential, commercial, institutional, educational, and yacht projects in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Personal photographs of Sully’s leisure activities, dating from around 1890 to 1895, are also maintained. Many document hunting and fishing trips on his first...
Dates: 1882-1923

Toledano, Wogan, and Bernard Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-049
Scope and Contents This collection of records from the New Orleans architectural office of Toledano, Wogan, and Bernard (Albert Toledano, 1859-1923; Victor Wogan, 1870-1953; Joseph George Bernard, 1888-1980), as well as records from successor offices, includes project drawings, specifications, professional correspondence, photographs, and renderings related to residential, commercial, educational, religious, social, and institutional buildings and additions. Projects were done in New Orleans, throughout...
Dates: 1893–1972

Victor Bruno Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-185
Scope and Contents

This collection of records from New Orleans Modernist architect Victor Hugo Bruno (1921-2011)'s office includes drawings for commercial, residential, and social projects in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana. Class notes, correspondence, personal records, and photographs (both personal and project) are also maintained.

Dates: 1940s–2000s

Weiss, Dreyfous, and Seiferth Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-053
Scope and Contents This collection of records from the office of architectural firm Weiss, Dreyfous, and Seiferth (Leon C. Weiss, 1882-1953; Felix Julius Dreyfous, 1896-1975; Solis Seiferth, 1895-1984), as well as records from predecessor and successor offices, includes drawings, specifications, photographs, and correspondence, scrapbooks, and renderings for professional projects in New Orleans, across Louisiana and throughout the United States. Materials from the Louisiana State Capitol are also...
Dates: 1907–1967

William K. Turner Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-111
Scope and Contents

This collection includes project drawings, notes, and licenses for five commissions throughout Louisiana and Mississippi, taken from the professional office of New Orleans architect and educator, William K. Turner.

Dates: 1970s–1980s

William R. Burk Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-042
Scope and Contents

This collection of records from New Orleans architect William R. Burk's office, as well as records from successor offices, includes project drawings and photographs of commercial, institutional, residential, and social projects in New Orleans, across Louisiana, and throughout the United States.

Dates: 1915–1977

William T. Nolan Office Records

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-052
Scope and Contents

This collection of records from William T. Nolan's office, as well as records from predecessor and successor offices, includes project drawings, correspondence, and photographs related to academic, commercial, medical, religious, and residential buildings and alterations. Projects were done in New Orleans, throughout Louisiana, and in a few cities throughout the United States.

Dates: 1906–1983