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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch of Paul Cret

Scope and Content of the Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

References to works by or about Paul Philippe Cret (1876-1945)

Description of Series

Series A: Drawings, 1930-1948, undated

Addendum Accession

Series B: Photographic Material, 1934-1957, undated

Series C: Drawings Addendum

Series D: Papers

Series E: Postcards

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Paul Philippe Cret:

An Inventory of his Drawings, Photographic Material, and Papers, 1930-1957



Collection Summary

Creator: Cret, Paul Philippe, 1876-1945
Title: Paul Philippe Cret Drawings (University of Texas at Austin campus), Photographic Material, and Papers
Dates: 1930-1957, undated
Abstract: Paul Philippe Cret, a Philadelphia architect who specialized in the design of public buildings, was born in Lyon, France in 1876, attended the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris (1897-1903), taught at the University of Pennsylvania (1903-1937), and was retained by the University of Texas at Austin as a consulting architect for the development of a master plan for the campus (1930-1945). The collection comprises drawings, floor plans, elevations, sections, details, landscape plans, diagrams and presentation renderings of Cret's work at the University of Texas at Austin (1930-1945). Among the buildings included are the following: Library, Architecture, Union Group and Auditorium, Home Economics, Littlefield Memorial, Yount House, Texas Memorial Museum and a number of dormitories. An addendum to this collection consists of archival material (photographic material, drawings, postcards, and papers) which accompanied the purchase of the library of Paul P. Cret in 2000.
Identification: CRET
Quantity: 992 drawings, approximately 2,633 photographic prints (most of the photographs are bound in scrapbooks, 2 bound photo print albums of 103 b/w 8x10"), 6 photographic negatives, 7,650 postcards, 2 lf of papers (5" papers, purchasing log for the Cret library, and the card catalog of his library, 9 bound specifications, and 4 folded maps).
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of Paul Cret

Born in Lyon, France in 1876, Paul Cret attended the Ecole Des Beaux-Arts in Paris from 1897-1903. Upon graduation, he accepted a teaching position at the University of Pennsylvania where he taught until retiring in 1937. During his tenure as a professor in design, the architectural program enjoyed a nationwide reputation for excellence.

Cret established a successful practice in Philadelphia specializing in the design of public buildings. His firm was particularly adept at garnering commissions through architectural competitions. Among such commissions were the Pan-American Union Building (1907-1917) in Washington, DC and the Indianapolis Public Library (1914-1917). His designs represent the height of the Beaux-Arts movement in the United States, characterized by the symmetrical, axially disposed plans with elevations articulated by historicist detailing derived from antiquity and the Renaissance. This style was found appropriate to monumental public buildings of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Cret was a master with Beaux-Arts principles of design, but his true genius was in his ability to synthesize this style with the new modernist values.

Cret's most productive years were between 1919-1930. He received commissions for war memorials and bridges, such as the Delaware River Bridge (1920-1926). In 1928 he joined the planning commission for Chicago's Century of Progress Exposition of 1933. It was the public buildings, most notably the Detroit Institute of Arts (1919-1927) with its innovative galleries designed in styles appropriate to the art on display that established Cret as one of America's foremost architects.

In 1930, Cret was retained by the University of Texas as consulting architect for the development of a master plan for the Austin campus. By 1931 the creation of the Permanent University Fund, based on oil income for state lands allowed the University to begin construction on the buildings that were, up to that time, ideas on paper. During the next fifteen years, Cret continued his comprehensive building design for the University of Texas' Austin campus. Cret died in 1945, but his firm, which changed its name to Harbeson, Hough, Livingston and Larson, continued his work, focusing on the completion of the buildings facing the south mall. The firm is known today as H2L2 Architects/Planners.

-Lila Knight

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Scope and Content of the Collection

This collection includes drawings (site plans, floor plans, elevations, sections, full scale details, landscape plans, blueprints, diagrams, and presentation renderings), all of which are arranged numerically by job number, as well as unprocessed photographic material. The drawings document the design work Cret did at the University of Texas (1930-1945) with emphasis on the master development plan for the Austin campus. Among the projects are:

Building Name Commission #
Architecture Building (1931-1932) 261-B
Campus Development Plans (1930-1933, 1935, 1943) 241
Classroom Building (1947-1948) 532-D
Engineering Building (1931) 261-F
Geology Building (1931) 261-G
Health Center (1947-1948) 532-C
Home Economics (1931-1932) 261-E
Junior Practice High School (1932) 261-J
Landscaping (1931-1932, 1936) 261-D
Law School (1941, 1943) 339
Library Building (1931-1932) 261-A
Littlefield Memorial (1931-1932) 271
Littlefield Memorial (1932-1933) 271-A
Main Building and Library Extension (1934-1935) 282
Men's Dormitory #1 (1934) 291
Men's Dormitory #2 (1935) 309
Men's Dormitory (1931-1932) 261-J
Men's Dormitory (1941, 1946-1947) 532
Physics Building (1931-1932) 261-H
Science Building (1947) 532-B
Texas Memorial Museum (1935-1936) 306
Union Group and Auditorium (1931-1932) 261-C
Women's Dormitory (1934) 291
Women's Dormitory 532-A
Yount House (1932) 272

The records of the University of Texas Supervising Architects Office contain copies of much of the correspondence between Cret and the University. The Architecture and Planning Library holds specifications and reports relating to Cret's plans and buildings in its special collections. The bulk of Cret's drawings are located at the Philadelphia Athenaeum.

-Ardys Kozbial

Description of the unprocessed addendum accession of photographic material, drawings, postcards, and papers follows Series A: Drawings.

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Restrictions

Policies Governing Use and Access

This collection is open for research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using archival materials. As all or portions of this collection may be housed off-site, advance notice of at least three working days is required for retrieval. Certain items may require additional time for flattening or humidifying before they can be viewed. Access is by appointment only. Please contact the archives' reference staff for further information.

Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasions of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person).

The Alexander Architectural Archives operate in accordance with applicable federal or state laws and regulations, providing unrestricted access to university records not covered by state and federal right to privacy acts.

The Alexander Architectural Archives, The University of Texas Libraries, and The University of Texas at Austin, assume no responsibility for infringement of literary property rights and copyright or for liability to any person for defamation or invasion of privacy that results from a researcher's use of collections.

Researchers agree to indemnify and hold harmless The University of Texas at Austin, and their officers, employees, and agents from and against all suits, claims, actions, and expenses arising out of use of collections held by the libraries. Please alert staff if anything inappropriate is found during research.

Copyright interests in this collection may not have been transferred to the University of Texas. Researchers assume full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply. Additionally, the public use of material must be cited. See citation information below.

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the University of Texas Online Catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Subjects (Persons):
Cret, Paul Philippe, 1876-1945
Subjects (Organizations):
University of Texas at Austin. Main Building.
Texas Memorial Museum
Littlefield Memorial Fountain (Austin, Tex.)
Yount House (Austin, Tex.)
Subjects (Topical):
University of Texas at Austin--History.
University of Texas at Austin--Buildings.
College buildings
Architecture, American
Library architecture--Texas--Austin.
Dormitories--Texas--Austin.
Architecture, Spanish.
Campus planning--Texas--Austin.
Watercolor painting--Texas--Austin.
Landscape architectural drawing--Texas--Austin.
Academic libraries--Texas--Austin--Buildings.
Beaux-Arts architecture
Design development drawings
Railroads--Trains--Pictorial works
Places:
Austin (Tex.)
Document types:
Architectural drawings
Presentation drawings (proposals)
Renderings

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Related Material

The personal library of Cret is located in the Architecture and Planning Library Special Collections. Please refer to the UTCAT online catalog or the archive's staff for more information.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Paul Philippe Cret Drawings (University of Texas at Austin Campus), Photographic Material, and Papers, Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Drawings processed by: Lila Knight, Spring 1987

Processing is not completed. Please see Archive's staff for more information.

References compiled by Nancy Sparrow

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Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archive.

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References to works by or about Paul Philippe Cret (1876-1945)

"Aerial Photography and Architecture." Journal of the American Institute of Architects 9 (1921): p. 8-12.

"American Battle Monuments France and Belgium, Paul Philippe Cret. Architectural Forum 56 (1932): p. 473-6.

"The Architect as Collaborator with the Engineer." Architectural Forum 49 (1928): p. 97-104.

"Architectural Criticism." Architecture 21 (1910): p. 81.

"Architecture for a Public Client: the Monuments and Chapels of the American Battle Monuments Commission." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 43 (May 1984): p. 119-43.

"Are We Teaching Architecture?" Architectural Forum 69 (Oct. 1938): p. 10-1.

Bach, Richard F. "The Detroit Institute of Arts with Prefatory Notes on Museum Theory and Practice Demonstrations on its New Building." Architectural Forum 50 (1929): p. 193-202.

[Central Heating Plant, Washington, D.C.] American Architect 146 (Feb. 1935): p. 49-51.

[Central Heating Plant, Washington, D.C.] Architectural Record 79 (1936): p. 220-3.

"A Century of Progress." Architectural Forum 61 (July 1934): p. 1-32.

"A Century of Progress." Architectural Record 73 (1933): p. 342-74.

Chase, Clement. "The Delaware River Bridge." American Architect 131, part 1 (1927): p. 329-35.

"Competition for a Building for the Federal Reserve Board." Architectural Forum 63 (1935): p. 6-12.

Cram, Ralph Adams. "The Indianapolis Public Library." Architectural Forum 29 (Sept. 1918): p. 67-8.

Cret, Paul Philippe. "The Buildings of the Barnes Foundation." Architecture 53 (1926): p. 1-6.

"Current Architecture." Architectural Review 31 (1912): p. 218-24.

"Detroit Institute of Arts." Art and Archaeology (1924).

[Detroit Institute of Arts] The Architect 9 (1927): p. 305-24.

"Detroit's City Beautiful and the Problem of Commerce." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 47 (Sept. 1988): p. 245-62.

Eberlein, Harold Donaldson. "The Delaware River Bridge between Philadelphia and Camden." Architectural Record 61 (1927): p. 1-12.

"The Ecole des Beaux-Arts and Architectural Education." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 1 (Apr. 1941): p. 3-15.

"Federal Reserve Building, Washington, D.C." American Architect 151 (1937): p. 29-34.

Geerlings, Gerald K. "The Detroit Institute of Arts." Architecture 57 (1928): p. 1-12, 65-76.

Grossman, Elizabeth Greenwell. Paul Philippe Cret: Rationalism and Imagery in American Architecture. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, 1980.

"The Hall of Science." Architectural Forum 57 (Aug. 1932): p. 103-6.

"The Hall of Science: A Century of Progress Exposition." Architectural Forum 57 (1932): p. 292-6.

[Hartford County Building] American Architect 131, part 1 (1927): p. 23, 25.

[Hartford County Building] Architectural Forum 51 (1929): p. 449-79.

"Integrity Trust Company, Philadelphia." Architectural Record 66 (1929): p. 290-306.

"Integrity Trust Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania." Architecture 50 (1924): p. 119-22.

Junius, John. "The Rodin Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania." Architecture 64 (1931): p. 189-95.

"Memorials--Columns, Shafts, Cenotaphs and Tablets." Architectural Forum 45 (1926): p. 331-6.

"An Office Building and a Bank in Philadelphia." Architectural Record 70 (1931): p. 75-86.

"Pan American Union." Architectural Review 31 (1907): p. 179-81, 226-7 and 15 (1908): plates 9-16.

"The Paris Competition." Journal of the American Institute of Architects 1 (1913): p. 337-8.

"Paul Cret and Architectural Competitions." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 25 (1966): p. 305-6.

"Paul Philippe Cret, October 23, 1876 - September 8, 1945." Journal of the American Institute of Architects 3-4 (1945): p. 281-8.

Price, C. Matlock. "The Pan American Union and its Annex: Washington, D.C.: A Study in Plan and Detail." Architectural Record 34 (1913): p. 385-457.

Reese, Carol McMichael. Paul Philippe Cret At Texas: architectural drawing and the image of the University in the 1930s. Austin, Texas, 1983. (Exhibition catalog)

Reid, Kenneth. "Paul Philippe Cret, Master of Design." Pencil Points 19 (1938): p. 608-38.

"The Robert Fulton Memorial Competition." Architectural Review 18 (1912): p. 1-6, plates 1-12.

Saylor, Henry H. "The Century of Progress Exposition." Architecture 68 (1933): p. 63-8.

Skidmore, Louis. "The Hall of Science." Architectural Forum 57 (Oct. 1932): p. 305-10.

"The Smithsonian Gallery of Art Competition." Architectural Forum 71 (July 1939): p. 1-16.

Sukert, Lancelot. "Folger Shakespeare Library." American Architect 142 (Sept. 1932): p. 40-62, 84, 86.

Swales, Francis. "Draftsmanship and Architecture as Exemplified by the work of Paul Philippe Cret." Pencil Points 9 (1928): p. 688-704.

"Ten Years of Modernism." Architectural Forum 59 (1933): p. 91-4.

"The Training of the Designer." American Architect 95 (1909): p. 116, 128, 131-134, 138-139.

"Truth and Tradition." Architectural Record 25 (1909): p. 107-10.

"Two Postwar Competitions: The Nebraska State Capitol and the Kansas City Liberty Memorial." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 45 (Sept. 1986): p. 244-69.

"United States Naval Hospital, Beaufort, South Carolina." Architectural Record 107 (Apr. 1950) p. 101-9.

"The University Bridge at Philadelphia." Architectural Record 58 (1930): p. 159-64.

White, Theophilis. Paul Philippe Cret: Architect and Teacher. Philadelphia: Art Alliance Press, 1973.

Zantzinger, C.C. "In Memory of Paul Philippe Cret." Journal of the American Institute of Architects 10 (Sept. 1948): p. 109-11.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Series A: Drawings, 1930-1948, undated

Series Abstract
The drawings listed in this series are all part of the design stage of Cret's projects. For working drawings, see the University of Texas Buildings Collection. Series C: Drawings Addendum consists of additional drawings that are not yet processed. Entries are indexed in alphabetical order by Client's last name. If the client is not identifiable, the field will remain blank. Entries without client names are sorted by Project Name and listed before those that provide client's names. Project names are supplied by the cataloger, as title blocks on the drawings prove to be inconsistent and many drawings are not labeled. Dates are offered if they can be derived from the drawings or gathered from other authoritative sources. The term "drawing" includes both original works (such as pencil on trace paper, or ink on tracing cloth) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blue line prints, etc.).
Project name: University of Texas. Architecture Building (Goldsmith Hall).
Date on drawings: 1931-1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Robert Leon White
Collaborators: J.A. Jones Construction Co. (contractor)
Collaborators: GBR (draftsman)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Bird's eye perspective UT Campus. Unfinished.
Date on drawings: 1933
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Classroom Building.
Date on drawings: 1947-1948
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Development plans. Presentation renderings.
Date on drawings: 1933
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Engineering Building (Taylor Hall).
Date on drawings: 1931-1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Warren S. Bellows (contractor)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Geology Building (Will C. Hogg Building).
Date on drawings: 1931-1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Robert Leon White
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Health Center.
Date on drawings: 1947-1948
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Home Economics Building (Mary E. Gearing Hall).
Date on drawings: 1931-1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Robert Leon White
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Home Economics Building (Mary E. Gearing Hall). Memorial Fountain.
Date on drawings: 1934
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: WJH Hough (draftsman)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Home Economics Building (Mary E. Gearing Hall). Memorial Fountain.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: WJH Hough (draftsman)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Home Economics Building (Mary E. Gearing Hall). Memorial Fountain.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: WJH Hough (draftsman)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Junior Practice High School (Education Annex; University Junior High
Date on drawings: 1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Robert Leon White
Collaborators: J.J. Wattinger Co. (general contractor)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Landscaping.
Date on drawings: 1930-1936
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: CSG
Collaborators: WJH Hough
Collaborators: JLE
Collaborators: REL
Collaborators: PPC (draftsmen)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Law School.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Law School.
Date on drawings: 1943
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Library Building (Main Building and Tower).
Date on drawings: 1931-1932, 1933
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Moore
Collaborators: WP
Collaborators: Kell
Collaborators: WJH Hough (draftsmen)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Littlefield Memorial.
Date on drawings: 1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Albert
Collaborators: JHG
Collaborators: FJD
Collaborators: Roberts
Collaborators: Trout
Collaborators: DEW (draftsmen)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Littlefield Memorial.
Date on drawings: 1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Littlefield Memorial. Littlefield Memorial Entrance Gate.
Date on drawings: 1931-1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Pompeo Coppini (fountain designer)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Main Building. Academic Room.
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Main Building and Library Extension.
Date on drawings: 1934
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Main Building and Library Extension.
Date on drawings: 1934-1935
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Robert Leon White
Collaborators: RR
Collaborators: WJH Hough
Collaborators: RFL
Collaborators: LIS
Collaborators: WHC
Collaborators: JFH
Collaborators: Chandler
Collaborators: Ward
Collaborators: Tubuka
Collaborators: Slauter, Livingston (draftsmen)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Main Building and Library Extension.
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Men's Dormitory.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Men's Dormitory.
Date on drawings: 1946-1947
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Men's Dormitory.
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Men's Dormitory #1.
Date on drawings: 1934
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: WJH Hough
Collaborators: Albert
Collaborators: Urffer
Collaborators: RR
Collaborators: DHU
Collaborators: WHL
Collaborators: WHA
Collaborators: LZS
Collaborators: JLE
Collaborators: WAL
Collaborators: WAC
Collaborators: Ward (draftsmen)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Men's Dormitory #2 (Roberts Hall).
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Robert Leon White
Collaborators: H.E. Wattinger and Co. (general contractor)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Men's Dormitory (Brackenridge Hall).
Date on drawings: 1931
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Christie Dolph Construction (general contractor)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Physics Building.
Date on drawings: 1931-1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Plot Plans.
Date on drawings: 1943
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: WJH Hough (draftsman)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Plot Plans.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: WJH Hough (draftsman)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Plot Plans (Plans for Campus Development).
Date on drawings: 1930-1935
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Hare and Hare (landscape architect)
Collaborators: WJH Hough
Collaborators: Hunter
Collaborators: JLE
Collaborators: WP
Collaborators: RLM
Collaborators: WHP (draftsmen)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Science Building.
Date on drawings: 1947
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Texas Memorial Museum.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Texas Memorial Museum.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Union Building.
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Union Group.
Date on drawings: 1931
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Union Group and auditorium (Hogg Memorial Auditorium).
Date on drawings: 1931-1932
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Robert Leon White
Collaborators: WJH Hough
Collaborators: Moore (draftsmen)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Women's Dormitory (Andrews Dormitory).
Date on drawings: 1934, 1936
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Robert Leon White
Collaborators: H.E. Wattinger (general contractor)
Collaborators: Urffer
Collaborators: RFL
Collaborators: JLE
Collaborators: Albert
Collaborators: LZS
Collaborators: WAL
Collaborators: WHC
Collaborators: WHCJ
Collaborators: DHU
Collaborators: WJH Hough
Collaborators: Ward
Collaborators: Larson (draftsmen)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Women's Dormitory Building.
Date on drawings: 1935
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Women's Dormitory Building Unit 2 (Carothers Hall; Honors Residence
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Paul Philippe Cret (consulting architect)
Collaborators: Atlee B. and Robert M. Ayres
Collaborators: H.H. Moeller (general contractor)
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Yount House.
Date on drawings: 1932
Yount, M. F., Esq.
Beaumont
Jefferson
Tex.
U.S.

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Addendum Accession

This addendum consists of archival material which accompanied the purchase of the library of Paul P. Cret in 2000. The Cret Library is housed and serviced through the Architecture and Planning Library's Special Collections. Please see library staff for more information. Archival material includes approximately 2,633 photographic prints (most of the photographs are bound in scrapbooks, 2 bound photo print albums of 103 b/w 8x10"), 6 photographic negatives, 92 drawings, 7,650 postcards, 2 lf of papers (5" papers, purchasing log for the Cret library, and the card catalog of his library, 9 bound specifications, and 4 folded maps).

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Series B: Photographic Material, 1934-1957, undated

Series Abstract
The Photographic Material series consists of approximately 2,633 photographic prints (most of the photographs are bound in scrapbooks, 2 bound photo print albums of 103 b/w 8x10"), and 6 photographic negatives. All copyright is retained by H2L2 or the photographer listed on the piece. Subseries were created for separate series of photographic materials and subgroups were created for each original container such as binders and boxes. An attempt was made to keep material in the original order as found in their original containers. This series is not completely processed, see the archive's staff for more information.
Series B1: Streamline Trains Budd (1934-1957)
Series Abstract
The photographic material found in this subseries consists of 252 black and white photographic prints (primarily 8 × 10") originally filed in five black binders labeled A-F (binder C was not received). A sample binder was kept as an example. Each binder is treated as its own subgroup. Some prints are annotated on the verso. Verso annotations are added to the folder title if they offered additional or conflicting information. The numbers found on the binder spines and the photographic prints are presumed to be Project or Commission numbers. The spine numbers are often not correct.
Series B1a: Binder A, Streamline Trains Budd (1934-1947)
This binder is identified by the spine markings: "278-379 Streamline Trains" and call number "A D-below 839A". The spine numbers are often not correct. Bookplate identification: "Accession number 338. Shelf mark D-below".
CB&Q "Pioneer Zephyr,"1934. Binder A, p.1, Verso: Original Zephyr.
CB&Q "Pioneer Zephyr," Burlington route -- coach. Binder A, p.2, Verso: Original Zephyr.
CB&Q "Pioneer Zephyr," Burlington route -- coach. Binder A, p.3, Verso: Original Zephyr.
CB&Q "Pioneer Zephyr" -- Burlington route, 1934. Binder A, p.4
CB&Q "Pioneer Zephyr," Burlington route -- coach, 1934. Binder A, p.5
CB&Q "Pioneer Zephyr," Burlington route -- observation lounge. Binder A, p.6, Verso: 278B "Mark Twain" Original Zephyr, 6-14-34.
Mark Twain -- Burlington Zephyr. Binder A, p.7
Mark Twain -- Burlington Zephyr. Binder A, p.8, Verso: Pioneer Zephyr 49-B
"Mark Twain" -- Burlington Zephyr. Binder A, p.9, Verso: Pioneer Zephyr 49-B
Burlington Zephyr "Mark Twain" Original Zephyr. View looking forward in observation lounge. Binder A, p.10
"Twin Cities" -- Denver Zephyr, M2. Binder A, p.11
Denver Zephyr. Binder A, p.12
Twin Cities -- Denver Zephyr, M4. Binder A, p.13
"Twin Cities" -- Denver Zephyr, M3. Binder A, p.14
Seaboard -- Tavern Car. Binder A, p.15, Verso: Seaboard Air-line Tavern Car. Repousee by Archer Lawrie, Stockton, NJ.
Seaboard Airline -- Dining Car. Binder A, p.16, Verso: 1946.
Denver Zephyr -- 10 Car Train. Binder A, p.17
Denver Zephyr -- Coach. Binder A, p.18
Denver -- 10 -- CB&Q. Binder A, p.19
Denver Zephyr. Binder A, p.20, Verso: Burlington Denver Zephyr.
Denver 10. Binder A, p.21, Verso: CB&Q, 1936.
CB&Q -- Denver 10. Binder A, p.22, Verso: Parlor and Observation So??? 1936.
Denver 10. Binder A, p.23, Verso: CB&Q.
Denver Zephyr. Chair Car. Denver 10. Binder A, p.24
Denver 10 -- Twin Cities 6 Binder A, p.25 Verso: Denver Zephyr 49-B.
Coach Dinette -- Denver Zephyr. Binder A, p.26
Rock Island -- "The Rocket". Binder A, p.27
Rock Island -- "The Rocket". Binder A, p.28
Reading "Crusader" -- Cocktail Lounge. Binder A, p.29
Reading Crusader -- Cocktail Lounge, INT 47. Binder A, p.30
Reading Crusader's New Diesel Engine. Binder A, p.31, Verso: Reading "The Crusader" -- 1937 with new diesel engine -- 1947.
Reading Crusader with New Diesel Engine. Binder A, p.32, Verso: Reading Crusader -- 1937 with new Diesel Engine -- about 1947.
Pennsylvania Diner -- "Broadway Limited". Binder A, p.33, Verso: "Interior of new dining car for new through east-west Blue-Ribbon trains…"
CB&Q -- Texas Train "General Pershing". Binder A, p.34
Rock Island. 96000. Binder A, p.35
Rock Island. 96000. Binder A, p.36
Rock Island. 96000. Binder A, p.37, Verso: Maybe Texas…
Rock Island. 96000. Binder A, p.38
Rock Island. Observation bar -- coach. Binder A, p. 39, Verso: See preceding picture -- reflection in mirror.
Rock Island. Binder A, p.40, Verso: The Rocket. Coach-bar-observation lounge.
Santa Fe. Binder A, p.41
Pioneer Zephyr, CB&Q. Binder A, p.42
10/24/35. Binder A, p.43, Verso: View looking aft in lounge compartment. Mark Twain or Original Zephyr.
Seaboard -- "Silver Meteor." Binder A, p.44
Seaboard. Binder A, p.45, Verso: "Silver Meteor" Tavern Lounge.
Seaboard -- "Silver Meteor." Binder A, p.46
Reading Crusader with New Diesel Engine. Rear View. Binder A, p. 47, Verso: Reading Crusader -- 1937 with New Diesel Engine -- 1947.
Series B1b: Binder B, Streamline Trains Budd(1940-1948)
This binder is identified by the spine markings: "382-517 Streamline Trains" and call number "B D-below 839?" The spine numbers are often not correct. Bookplate identification: "Accession number 339. Shelf mark D-below".
Florida East Coast. Binder B, p.1
F.E.C. -- Coach. Binder B, p.2
Atlantic Coast Line. Binder B, p.3
Atlantic Coast Line. Binder B, p.4
8th Ave. Subway, NYC. Binder B, p.5
Portuguese Train -- Exterior. Binder B, p.6, Verso: 1940.
Portuguese Train -- Interior -- Coach & Exterior. Binder B, p.7
Portuguese Train. Binder B, p.8, Verso: 1940.
Portuguese Train -- Interior. Binder B, p.9
Denver, Rio Grande & Western. Binder B, p.10, Verso: Rio Grande Prospector in vicinity of Winter Park, Colorado, Moffat Tunnel Route.
Denver, Rio Grande & Western "Prospector." Binder B, p.11, Verso: "The reclining seats in the first car of the "Prospector" offer…"
Denver, Rio Grande & Western "Prospector." Binder B, p.12, Verso: "Dining service for eight is provided in the rear car…"
NYC -- Empire State. Binder B, p.13, Verso: Parlor Car -- Empire State Express - New York ?????
NYC "Empire State Express." Binder B, p.14, Verso: NY Central ???ies.
NYC Empire State. Binder B, p.15, Verso: Parlor Car (Lot 2145) (Empire) State Express -- New York Central.
NYC Empire State. Binder B, p.16, Verso: 1941.
NYC -- Empire State. Binder B, p.17
NYC -- Empire State Express. Binder B, p.18, Verso: Bagg.-Tavern-Lounge.
NYC -- Empire State. Binder B, p.19, Verso: New York Central -- "Empire State Express," Tavern Lounge Car -- Project 200.
NYC -- Miriam Tindall Smith. Binder B, p.20, Verso: New York Central "Empire State Express" -- Project 200.
Santa Fe -- Miriam Tindall Smith. Binder B, p.20, Verso: Tavern Lounge Aug. 1941.
Rock Island. Binder B, p.21
Santa Fe. Binder B, p.22
Santa Fe. Binder B, p.23
Santa Fe -- Tavern Lounge. Binder B, p.24
Santa Fe. Binder B, p.25, Verso: Tavern Lounge.
F.E.C. & A.C.L. -- Tavern Car. Binder B, p.26
Seaboard. Binder B, p.27, Verso: Mary Lawser, Mural Painter.
Seaboard Airline. Binder B, p.28, Verso: 249 Observation Lge. Toward "A" End.
Denver Zephyr. Binder B, p.29
Denver Zephyr. Binder B, p.30
Chesapeake & Ohio -- Fountain Car. Pr. 886. Binder B, p.31
C & O -- Fountain Car. Pr. 886. Binder B, p.32, Verso: 486 -- Chesapeake & Ohio Rwy. Repousees by Amelie Zell Felton, Sculptor, Phila.
C & O -- Family Theatre Car. Pr. 878. Binder B, p.33, Verso: Chesapeake & Ohio "Family and Theatre Car."
Untitled. Binder B, p.34
Pr. 691. Binder B, p.35
Twin Cities Zephyrs. Binder B, p.36. Verso: Silver Vista Observation Car. Looking from front to rear of observation section, CB& Q Parlor Observation 1946-48.
California Zephyr -- Vista Dome. Binder B, p.37
Twin Cities Zephyrs -- John G. Hanlen, artists. Binder B, p.38, Verso: Silver Vista, Train #22.
Twin Cities Zephyrs -- John Hanlon, artist. Binder B, p.39
Twin Cities -- CB&Q. Pr. 685 Treadwell. Binder B, p.40, Verso: Helen Treadwell, Mural Decorator, Farther Marquette & Joliet. Budd Trains. Coach.
CB&Q R.R. -- California Zephyr. Binder B, p.41
CB&Q -- California Zephyr Observation Exterior. Binder B, p.42
CB&Q R.R. -- California Zephyr -- Parlor Observation Section. Binder B, p.43 Verso: 1948 -- Room -- Buffet -- Observation -- Vista Dome Car
California Zephyr -- Vista Dome Stairs -- Obs. Section. Binder B, p.44
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome Car. Binder B, p.45
California Zephyr -- Diner -- CB&Q. Binder B, p.46
CB&Q California Zephyr Coffee Shop Car. Binder B, p.47
Pr. 754 Binder B, p.48 Verso: Complete travel comfort in a dome coach of the Empire Builder, Great Northern Railway streamliner.
Series B1c: Binder D Streamline Trains Budd(1951-1957)
This binder is identified by the spine markings: "619-652 Streamline Trains" and call number "D D-below 839C". Bookplate identification: "Accession number 839C. Shelf mark D-below".
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Parlor Bar Observation. Binder D, p.1
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Parlor Bar Observation. Binder D, p.2, Verso: 1952.
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Drawing Room. Binder D, p.3, Verso: Conference or Drawing Room -- Carved Linoleum Panel by Bourdelle.
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Conference & Drawing Room. Binder D, p.4
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Parlor Bar Observation. Binder D, p.5, Verso: Observation Car -- Rear End, 1952.
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Parlor Bar Observation. Binder D, p.6, Verso: Telephone Booth, 1952.
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional Parlor Bar Lounge Observation [Title in verso] Binder D, p.7
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome R'm Buffet Obs. Car -- Observation Sect. Binder D, p.8, Verso: Redecorated, 1952.
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- 48-passenger Diner. Binder D, p.9 Verso: 1952.
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Conference or Drawing Room. Binder D, p.10
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Conference & Drawing Room. Binder D, p.11, Verso: Showing double use of two single rooms -- 1952, Carved linoleum by Bourdelle.
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Conference & Drawing Room. Binder D, p.12, Verso: 1952.
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional Conference & Drawing Room. Binder D, p.13
P.R.R. -- Senator & Congressional -- Conference & Drawing Room. Binder D, p.14
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome Room Buffet Obs. -- Obs. Section, Binder D, p.15
CB&Q -- California Zephyr. Dome Coach Buffet -- Coffee Shop. Binder D, p.16, Verso: Redecorated. Map Decoration -- Pierre Bourdell, 1952.
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome Coach Buffet -- 6-Pass. Lo. Binder D, p.17, Verso: 6 Pass. Lounge, 1952.
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome Coach Buffet -- 6 Pass. Lounge Binder D, p.18
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome Coach Buffet -- Passageway Binder D, p.19 Verso: Passageway along 6 Pass. Lounge Scheme G. 1952.
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome Parlor Observation. Binder D, p.20, Verso: 7 Pass. Parlor Section, 1952.
CB&Q -- Cal. Zephyr -- Dome Parlor Obs. Parlor Sect. -- K. Fligg, Binder D, p.21, Verso: Forward Parlor, Mural by Kathryn Fligg, 1952.
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome Parlor Obs. -- Parlor Sec. K. Fligg, Binder D, p.22, Verso: Mural by Kathryn Fligg.
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome R'm Buffet Obs. -- Stairs, Binder D, p.23, Verso: Scheme I, Stairs to Dome.
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome R'm Buffet Obs. -- Obs. Sec. Binder D, p.24, Verso: Scheme I, 1952.
CB&Q -- California Zephyr -- Dome Coach Buffet -- Coffee Shop. Binder D, p.25, Verso: Redecorated. Linoleum Map Decoration by Bourdelle, 1952.
CB&Q -- Dome Coach Buffet Lounge -- Coffee Shop. Binder D, p.26, Verso: Steps to Dome, 1957.
CB&Q -- Dome Coach Buffet Lounge -- Coffee Shop. Binder D, p.27, Verso: 1957.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Double Deck Coach -- Int. -- Upper Level. Binder D, p.28, Verso: 1954.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Double Deck Coach -- Drum Speaker. Binder D, p.29, Verso: Dome chair car, showing drum grille covering loud speaker, 1954.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. Double Deck Coach -- Upper Level. Binder D, p.30, Verso: 1954.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Exterior. Binder D, p.31
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern Lounge Ben Zimmer -- Decoration. Binder D, p.32, Verso: Lower Level, Tavern Lounge -- End of Car opposite bar, 1953.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern Lounge. Binder D, p.33, Verso: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rwy. Carved Linoleum bar front by Pierre Bourdelle. Over bar decoration by Ben Zimmer.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy.- Full Length Dome -- Tavern Lounge. Binder D, p.34, Verso: Lower Level, View of tavern lounge looking form bar. 1950. Katchina dolls by Pearson Berlinghof. Table Tops -- Formica.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern -- Bar. Binder D, p.35, Verso: Lower Level, close up of bar. 1953. Bar front carved linoleum by Pierre Bourdelle.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern (night) Binder D, p.36
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Dome Lounge. Binder D, p.37, Verso: Lounge section at night, 1953.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome. AIA Yearbook 1954. Binder D, p.38
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern Lounge.Binder D, p.39, Verso: Lower Level.Katchina doll -- Plexiglas Partition by Pearson-Berlinghof, 1953.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Lounge. Binder D, p.40, Verso: 1954.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Chair Car -- B. Zimmer Binder D, p.41, Verso: Decoration in copper by Ben Zimmer, formica panels, 1953.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Chair Car Binder D, p.42 Verso: Decorations in copper by Ben Zimmer.
Canadian Pacific Rwy. -- Dome Obs. -- Exterior. Binder D, p.43
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Double Deck Coach -- Exterior. Binder D, p.44
Great Northern Railway "Northern Lights" Binder D, p.45, Verso: Northern Pacific. Exterior. 1951.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome Car -- Exterior. Binder D, p.46
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome Car -- Tavern Lounge. Binder D, p.47, Verso: Lower Level.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Lounge. Binder D, p.48, Verso: Upper level, looking toward coach end, 1954.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy. -- Full Length Dome -- Upper Level. Binder D, p.49, Verso: Chair section.
Canadian Pacific Rwy. -- Dome Obs. Car Beverage R'm. Binder D, p.50, Verso: Scheme P. Mural - Canadian artist. 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy. -- Dome Obs. Car -- Beverage Room. Binder D, p.51, Verso: Scheme P, Lower Level, 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy. -- Dome Obs. -- Beverage Room. Binder D, p.52, Verso: Scheme P, Lower Level.
Canadian Pacific Rwy. -- Dome Obs. -- Beverage -- Bar. Binder D, p.53, Verso: Scheme O. Linoleum bar front by Bourdelle. Plexiglas panels by Ibarguen. 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy. -- Dome Obs. Beverage Room. Binder D, p.54, Verso: Scheme O, 1954. Plexiglas panels by Ibarguen.
Series B1d: Binder E, Streamline Trains Budd (1953-1956)
This binder is identified by the spine markings: "652-679 Streamline Trains". The spine numbers are often not correct. Call number "E D-below 839E".
Canadian Pacific Rwy. -- Dome Obs. -- Sleeper. Binder E, p.1, Verso: 1954.
Great Northern Rwy. -- Full Length Dome Car -- Exterior. Binder E, p.2, Verso: 1955.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Dome Obs. -- Upper Level. Binder E, p.3, Verso: Looking down on observation end (lower level). 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Colonna Kitchen. Binder E, p.4, Verso: Buffet Lounge Car.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Colonna Kitchen. Binder E, p.5, Verso: Buffet Lounge Car.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Dome Obs. Observation End -- Stair to upper level. Binder E, p.6, Verso: (Scenic Dome Lounge) Mural by Canadian Artist.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- R.D.C. #1 -- "Dayliner." Binder E, p.7, Verso: 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- R.D.C. #1 -- Exterior Dayliner. Binder E, p.8
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Diesel Car -- 1953. Binder E, p.9
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Diesel Car -- 1953. Binder E, p.10
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Exterior. Binder E, p.11, Verso: Buffet Lounge Car, 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Coach Section. Binder E, p.12, Verso: Buffet Lounge Car, 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy - Dome Coach -- Coach Section. Binder E, p.13, Verso: Map by Canadian Artist, 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy - Dome Coach -- Buffet Lounge. Binder E, p.14, Verso: Linoleum Decoration -- Bourdelle. 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Buffet Lounge. Binder E, p.15, Verso: Linoleum Decoration -- Bourdelle. 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Dome. Binder E, p.16, Verso: Buffet Lounge Car, 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Dining Room -- Blue Scheme. Binder E, p.17
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Diner -- Exterior -- 1954. Binder E, p.18
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Diner. Binder E, p.19, Verso: Scheme F, Blue ceiling. Plexiglas panels by Harriton. 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Diner. Binder E, p.20, Verso: Scheme F, Blue Ceiling. Plexiglas panels by Harriton. 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Diner -- Star Ceiling. Binder E, p.21, Verso: Star Ceiling by Micarta, Plexiglas Panels by Harriton. 1954.
Canadian Pacific Rwy -- Diner -- Star Ceiling. Binder E, p.22, Verso: Star ceiling by Micarta. 1954.
Great Northern Rwy -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern. Binder E, p.23, Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle, Plexiglas panels by Pearson Berlinghof. 1955.
Great Northern Rwy -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern. Binder E, p.24, Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle, Plexiglas panels by Pearson Berlinghof. 1955.
Great Northern Rwy -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern Section. Binder E, p.25 Verso: Plexiglas panels by Pearson Berlinghof. 1955.
Great Northern Rwy -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern. Binder E, p.26 Verso: Plexiglas panels by Pearson Berlinghof.
Great Northern Rwy -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern. Binder E, p.27 Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle.
Great Northern Rwy -- Full Length Dome Upper Level. Binder E, p.28 Verso: Interior of Dome. 1955.
Great Northern Rwy -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern. Binder E, p.29 Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle.
Great Northern Rwy -- Full Length Dome -- Tavern. Binder E, p.30 Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle. 1955.
Great Northern Rwy -- Dome Chair Car -- 1955. Binder E, p.31 Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle.
Great Northern Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Interior -- 1955. Binder E, p.32 Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle.
Great Northern Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Upper Level -- 1955. Binder E, p.33
Great Northern Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Interior -- 1955. Binder E, p.34 Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle.
Great Northern Rwy -- Dome Coach -- Interior -- 1955. Binder E, p.35 Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle.
New York, New Haven & Hartford -- Coach R.D.C. Passenger #1. Binder E, p.36 Verso: 1950.
New York, New Haven & Hartford -- Baggage and Mail Car -- R.D.C. #4. Binder E, p.37 Verso: Special R.D.C. #4.
Great Northern Rwy -- Dome Coach -- 1955. Binder E, p.38 Verso: Exterior.
Great Northern Rwy -- Dome Coach -- 1955. Binder E, p.39 Verso: Carved linoleum decorations by Bourdelle.
New York, New Haven & Hartford -- R.D.C. #1 -- Exterior Coach. Binder E, p.40
New York, New Haven & Hartford -- R.D.C. #1 -- Coach. Binder E, p.41
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Sky Lounge -- Upper Level. Binder E, p.42 Verso: Whitehead & Hoag -- Decorated Speaker Grilles. 1956.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Sky Lounge -- Upper Level -- Clock. Binder E, p.43 Verso: Decorated mirror by Pearson Berlinghof. 1956.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Hi Level Coach -- Exterior. Binder E, p.44
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Hi Level Coach -- Lower Level. Binder E, p.45
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Hi Level Diner. Binder E, p.46 Verso: Decorated Plexiglas Panel by Pearson Berlinghof. 1956.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Hi Level Diner -- Service Cabinet. Binder E, p.47 Verso: Decorated Plexiglas Panels by Pearson Berlinghof.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Sky Lounge -- Tavern -- Lower Level. Binder E, p.48 Verso: Similar to 636 AT&S -- F.L. Dome. Decorations of Plexiglas Partitions -- Pearson Berlinghof. Carved linoleum bar front by Bourdelle.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Sky Lounge -- Tavern Lower Level. Binder E, p.49 Verso: Carved linoleum bar front by Bourdelle.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Hi Level Coach -- Interior. Binder E, p.50 Verso: Whitehead & Hoag -- Decorated Speaker Grille.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Sky Lounge -- Exterior. Binder E, p.51
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Sky Lounge -- Grilles for Loudspeaker. Binder E, p.52 Verso: Loudspeaker Grille decoration -- Whitehead & Hoag. Mr. Schmitz, modeller for Whitehead & Hoag. 1956.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Hi Level Diner -- Exterior. Binder E, p.53 Verso: 1956.
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Sky Lounge. Binder E, p.54
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Sky Lounge. Binder E, p.55
A.T. & Santa Fe Rwy -- Hi Level Diner. Binder E, p.56 Verso: Decorated Plexiglas Panels by Pearson Berlinghof.
CB&Q R.R. -- Siesta Coach. Binder E, p.57
Series B1e: Binder F, Streamline Trains Budd (1956-1957)
This binder is identified by the spine markings: "681- Streamline Trains". The spine numbers are often not correct. The call number "F D-below 839F".
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Coach -- Coach Section. Binder F, p.1 Verso: Without stairway to dome. 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Coach -- Dome Section. Binder F, p.2 Verso: 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Sleeper -- Single Bedroom. Binder F, p.3 Verso: Bedroom picture in tempera by Katherine Fligg. 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Sleeper -- Double Bedroom. Binder F, p.4 Verso: Showing bedrooms with partition open. 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr Diner. Binder F, p.5 Verso: 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Diner -- Showing Steward's Desk. Binder F, p.6 Verso: Etched glass mirror partition by Harriton Carved Glass. Linoleum bar front by Pierre Bourdelle.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Par. Obs. Car -- Parlor Section. Binder F, p.7 Verso: Dome parlor observation car. Mural by Russell Patterson.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Par. Obs. Car -- Observation Sec. Binder F, p.8 Verso: Mural by Russell Patterson. 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Par. Obs. Car "Colorado Lounge". Binder F, p.9 Verso: Murals by Russell Patterson. Carved linoleum bar front by Pierre Bourdelle. 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Par. Obs. Car -- "Colorado Lounge". Binder F, p.10 Verso: Murals by Russell Patterson. 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Par. Obs. Car -- Dome Sec. Binder F, p.11
CB&Q R.R. -- "Denver Zephyr" -- Coffee Shop. Binder F, p.12 Verso: Chuck Wagon. 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- "Denver Zephyr" -- Dome Coffee Shop Dorm. Car. Binder F, p.13 Verso: Chuck Wagon. Exterior.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Coffee Shop Dormitory Car -- "Chuck Wagon" Coffee Shop -- Mural by Mary Lawser. Binder F, p.14 Verso: Oil mural on canvas.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Coffee Shop Dorm. Car -- "Chuck Wagon" -- Lunch Counter Section -- Mural by Mary Lawser. Binder F, p.15 Verso: Oil mural on canvas.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Chuck Wagon -- Lawser Mural. Binder F, p.16 Verso: 1956.
CB&Q -- Siesta Coach. Binder F, p.17 Verso: 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Coach -- Coach Section -- Dome Stair. Binder F, p.18 Verso: Extra Cars. 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- Denver Zephyr -- Dome Coach -- Women's Room. Binder F, p.19 Verso: 1956.
CB&Q R.R. -- "Denver Zephyr" -- Coffee Shop -- Lunch Counter. Binder F, p.20
CB&Q R.R. Extra Cars -- Siesta Coach -- Exterior. Binder F, p.21 Verso: 1956.
P.R.R. -- Tubular Train -- Exterior. Binder F, p.22
P.R.R. -- Tubular Train Consist. Binder F, p.23 Verso: Exterior of coaches. 1956.
P.R.R. Tubular Train Mockup. Binder F, p.24 Verso: Coach. Full Scale Mockup Photograph. 1955.
P.R.R. Tubular Train -- "The Keystone". Binder F, p.25 Verso: 1956.
P.R.R. Tubular Train -- "The Keystone". Binder F, p.26 Verso: Smoking Lounge, 1956.
P.R.R. Tubular Train "The Keystone" -- Upper & Lower Coach Sections. Binder F, p.27 Verso: Looking down into coach section from forward coach section. 1956.
P.R.R. Tubular Train "The Keystone" -- Smoking Lounge & L. Coach Section. Binder F, p.28
A.T. & Santa Fe Business Car -- Exterior. Binder F, p.29 Verso: 1957.
A.T. & Santa Fe Business Car -- Lounge with Desk. Binder F, p.30 Verso: 1957.
A.T. & Santa Fe Business Car -- Lounge with Sofa. Binder F, p.31 Verso: 1957.
A.T. & Santa Fe Business Car -- Dining Room -- With T.V. Binder F, p.32 Verso: 1957.
A.T. & Santa Fe Business Car -- Dining Room -- Passageway. Binder F, p.33
A.T. & Santa Fe Business Car -- Buffet -- (Man in Passage). Binder F, p.34 Verso: Dining Room. 1957.
A.T. & Santa Fe Business Car -- Bedroom -- B. Binder F, p.35
R.D.C. Development (Typical Diesel Car). Binder F, p.36
Pioneer III Train -- Exterior. Binder F, p.37 Verso: 1956.
Pioneer III Train -- Exterior. Binder F, p.38 Verso: 1956.
Pioneer III Train -- Interior. Binder F, p.39
Pioneer III Train -- Coach -- Interior. Binder F, p.40
Pioneer III Train -- Interior. Binder F, p.41
Santa Fe -- Tavern Lounge. Binder F, p.42 Note: Paul Harbeson?
A.T. & Santa Fe Business Car -- Bedroom A. Binder F, p.43 Verso: 1957.
Santa Fe. Binder F, p.44

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Series C: Drawings Addendum

Series Abstract
Approximately 92 drawings. This series has not been processed yet. See Series A: Drawings for drawings that are processed.

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Series D: Papers

Series Abstract
Approximately two linear feet of papers, including the purchasing log and card catalog of Cret's library, 9 bound specifications, and 4 maps. This series has not been processed yet.

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Series E: Postcards

Series Abstract
Approximately 7,650 postcards. Postcards were most likely used for reference purposes. This series has not been processed yet.

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