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Scope and Contents Photocopies of field notebooks kept by an associate of and successor to landscape architect Earle Sumner Draper. Also contains data from published sources and the firm's (Draper and Associates) early projects, including cost estimates, manpower and material requirements, design principles for cemeteries and golf courses, and general descriptions of projects in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and West Virginia and biographical information.
Overview Contains news clippings; biographical materials; and reports and a videotape regarding Draper's career by Charles E. Aguar, professor emeritus of the University of Georgia's School of Environmental Design.
Overview Papers of one of the first female landscape architects in North Carolina. Consists primarily of specifications, blueprints, and photographs of landscaping projects in Washington, D.C. (1933-37). Also includes designs she completed while a student at Cornell University (1926) and two projects by her husband, S. Porter Graves, an associate of Walter W. Hook.
Collection — Oversize Box: 1 [F09.075.03.07]
Overview Minute book of the Stephens Company, which owned and developed the property that became Myers Park, Charlotte, NC