Buildings -- Design and construction
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Collection contains (19) digitized photographs of the Bernstein family. Abe Perlmutter was born in Russia in 1893 and died in Denver on January 15, 1985. He came to the United States on his own when he was 15. At age 19 he became a journeyman mason in New York and saved enough money to bring his family to New York. He moved to Denver in 1911 and married Dora Turner in 1913. They had three daughters, Ann Radovsky, Dubby Bernstein, Ruth Morrison, and one son, Jordon Perlmutter. Dubby Perlmutter...
Abstract This folder contains some ideas from Michele ''Mike'' Bloom on various limestone structures for the Chambers Center.
Dates: 2002 March 22
Abstract This folder contains a memo from Michele ''Mike'' Bloom to Dan Ritchie that attempts to boost Ritchie's confidence in the Chambers Center project.
Dates: 2001 October 1
File — Box B360.05.0038: Series B360.05 [Barcode: U186023258761]
Abstract Oversized photographs including PR scenes of patients being wlecomed and leaving, doctors looking at x-rays, doctor meeting with patient, patients learning leatherworking, interior building shots, headshots, some landscape elevations and building drawings. Also the charter for the Auxiliary Guild of Baltimore. Print of girl lighting candle and printer mockups for a new years card using the image and another card mock up with an image of a man with a shofar.
Dates: circa 1930-circa 2000
Abstract Photographs of buildings on the AMC campus. Most pictures are taken between 1960 and 2000 but two are 1920s era.
Dates: circa 1920-2000
Abstract This folder contains a series of notes of architectural ideas.
Dates: 2002 August
Abstract This folder contains a memo of bidders for the construction of the Chambers Center.
Dates: 2002 December
Abstract This folder contains two copies of a brochure on the Chambers Center.
Dates: 1993-2004 April
Abstract This folder contains the minutes of meetings held to discuss the grounds and buildings of the Chambers center project.
Abstract This folder contains an ad and two brochures promoting the Chambers Center.