University of Denver Cherrington Hall - Architectural Details, 1999
Set of medium-format black and white negatives with contact sheet with images of the carved wooden doors on the front entrance of Ben M. Cherrington Hall on the campus of the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado. Cherrington Hall was built in 1966 to house the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS) and is an example of International Style architecture. Local Denver architect Edwin A. Francis was selected for the design of the building, which was built by the Pinkard Construction Company. Perkins and Will Architects took over the project when Edwin Francis died during construction.
- University of Denver (Producer, Organization)
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1 Items (12 negatives) : roll
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Fair 3 x 3 inches black and white
Title supplied by archivist.
Inscription and Marks
Typed on label on front of negative protector: ''Architectural detail shot of Ben Cherrington Hall 6/99 contact 3160, BLDGS 782, (c) 1999 University of Denver''. Stamped on back of print in black ink and filled out in pen: ''Caption: Architectural detail shots of Ben Cherrington, Dept: Dept GSIS, Date shot: 6/99, Photographer: SS''.