Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Files, correspondence, scrapbooks, oral histories, memorabilia, photos and slides from the office of the Dean of the Fine Arts College (currently the College of the Arts) at the University of Florida.
Architectural drawings, photographs, floor plans, and other papers of architect Albert S. Socol, who worked for over 35 years on the design, development, management, and construction of major architectural projects in the State of Florida including the School of Architecture at the University of Florida, the James L. Knight Center, the Hyatt Hotel, Royal Bank of Canada, and the Courthouse Center in Miami, FL.
Architectural photographs collected as part of the Historic American Building Survey (HABS) in the 1960s and 1970s including photographs of sites in Georgia, South Carolina, and Puerto Rico. Non-HABS photographs of European sites in Italy, France, and Greece are also present.
Architectural drawings, photographs, project records, and other papers of architect and influential member of the Sarasota School of Architecture, Edward J. Seibert. Some of his more notable works include projects such as the 1960 Siesta Key beach pavilion, the Bay Plaza condominium in downtown Sarasota, and Inn on the Beach at the Longboat Key Club.
Water color and pen and ink drawings of Potter's design for St. John's Church, Jacksonville, Florida.
Architectural drawings, blueprints and related material for the Hotel Ponce de Leon (now Ponce de Leon Hall at Flagler College) in St. Augustine, Florida. The hotel was designed by the Carrère & Hastings firm. The collection also includes items related to other buildings constructed and operated by Henry M. Flagler and the East Coast Hotel Company.
Landscape architecture drawings produced by Florida landscape architect Frederic Barnes Stresau.
Architectural drawings of significant Mid-Century Modern properties in Gainesville and Alachua County, Florida, which were collected and preserved by Gainesville Modern, Inc.
Rolled drawings, slides, negatives, photographs, presentation photos, scrapbooks, models, and miscellaneous material belonging to Winter Haven Architect, Gene Leedy. Leedy was one of the pioneers of the modern movement in Florida and later one of the founders of the Sarasota School of Architecture. Leedy is most well known for his bold use of precast concrete, especially long-span “double-tee” structural elements.
Design records collected by and created for the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board (HSAPB) in support of their efforts to restore and reconstruct Spanish colonial buildings in downtown St. Augustine.