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University of Florida Architecture Archives

Alfred Browning Parker, FAIA

Description: Rendering for Murphy Residence | Alfred Browning Parker Collection

William Morgan, FAIA

Description: Preliminary sketch of residence | William Morgan Collection

Thomas H. Wallis, Jr., FASLA and William H. Baker, FASLA

Description: Detail of landscape plan for Leu Gardens (Orlando, Florida) | Wallis Baker Landscape Architects Collection

Carrère and Hastings

Description: Detail of elevation, Memorial Presbyterian Church (St. Augustine, Florida) | Memorial Presbyterian Church Architecture Collection

Alain Huin

Description: Design for chairs (pen and ink on paper) | Alain Huin Collection

Kenneth Treister, FAIA

Description: Exterior photograph of Mayfair (Coconut Grove, Florida) | Kenneth Treister Collection

Paul Rudolph, FAIA

Description: Interior photograph of Healy Guest House (Siesta Key, Florida) | John Howey's Sarasota School of Architecture Collection

John Orsmbee Simonds, FASLA

Description: Detail of cover of Landscape Architecture book | John Orsmbee Simonds Collection

William Morgan, FAIA

Description: Interior photograph of Dune House (Atlantic Beach, Florida) | William Morgan Collection

About the Archives

The Architecture Archives was established in 2004 with the mission to preserve archival drawings and other historic materials related to architecture and design in Florida and the Caribbean, to support and promote humanities education and scholarship, and to support the preservation of the region's built environment. The Archives has now become in a relatively short period the the preeminent archives program in Florida and the Caribbean collecting historical records relating to architecture, landscape architecture, planning and design.

The Architecture Archives is a collaborative effort between the Smathers Libraries and the UF College of Design, Construction and Planning. Archives personnel work closely with faculty, staff and students within the School of Architecture and the Landscape Architecture department and other academic units to identify and acquire important collections, provide researcher services, arrange and describe archival materials, preserve and secure holdings, create educational programs and exhibitions, and promote the availability of these resources.

 

For further information on the diverse Architecture Archives collections, please contact: John Nemmers, Archivist in the Department of Special and Area Studies Collections.

 

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