2 edition of George Washington Smith, 1876-1930 found in the catalog.
George Washington Smith, 1876-1930
Smith, George Washington
Introd. by David Gebhard.
|Other titles||Spanish colonial revival in California.|
|Contributions||University of California, Santa Barbara. Art Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||NA737.S56 C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1. v. (unpaged)|
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George Washington Smith began his career as an artist, then a George Washington Smith to Montecito from Paris in gave him the chance to build his own house. The Andalusian style was instantly popular, and he began a new career as an architect, designing predominantly Spanish Colonial homes and commercial properties in the Santa Barbara area.
Along with his associate, Lutah Maria Riggs, they designed many of. Smith, George Washington, Architects -- California Architectural drawings Architectural photographs Box 1, Folder 16 Book Receipts and Book Dealer Invoices Box 1, Folder Costs, Estimates, and Requisitions by Project Number Box 1, Folder ab.
1876-1930 book "Books: George Washington Smith, ; The Spanish Colonial Revival in California", Journal of the American Institute of Architects, 1, 74, 07 "Little theatre gains through anonymous gift", Los Angeles Times, part I: 8, 414 The Society has been established with its headquarters in Montecito, California to provide information, historical resources and a forum to all of the owners of properties with houses or public buildings that were designed by the noted Santa Barbara architect, George Washington Smith ().
Date (inclusive): circa circa creator: Smith, George Washington,American Architect -- Archives Access Partially processed collection, open for use by qualified researchers.
Custodial History note Gift of Lutah Maria Riggs, Additional materials gifted by M. Seamster inMarc Appleton inand. George Washington Smith ( - ) was considered the architect who represented Spanish Colonial Revival of the early twentieth century.
Includes photographs, plans and notes from his original scrapbook and published during his lifetime. In December and JanuaryRiggs and her employer, architect George Washington Smith (), visited some of Mexico's most picturesque towns.
Smith commissioned Riggs to sketch and photograph the local architecture and architectural details as source material for future designs in Santa Barbara and a book he hoped to publish with. George Washington Smith (): Renderings and elevations George Washington Smith began his career as an artist, then a move to Montecito from Paris in.
found: George Washington Smith, ECIP galleys (b. Feb. 22, in East Liberty, Pennsylvania; d. ; architect). archINFORM homepage of George Washington Smith ( ) American architect, active in California [contains a list of buildings]. -David S. Gebhard George Washington Smith The Spanish Colonial 1876-1930 book in California, In the wave of development that has characterized Southern California in the years since the Second World War, it is sometimes difficult to see how unique and influential the region has been for that quintessential twentieth-century building.
Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library. About Mississippi. In December and JanuaryRiggs and her employer, architect George Washington Smith (), visited some of Mexicos most picturesque towns.
Smith commissioned Riggs to sketch and photo-graph the local architecture and architectural details as. George Washington Smith was born on month dayat birth place, West Virginia, to William Ballard Smith and Rebecca C Smith (born Plumley).
Rebecca was born on October 26in Raleigh Co, WV. George had 10 siblings: John Robert Smith, Mary Catherine Smith and 8 other siblings. George Washington Smith was one of the most influential architects in one of the most influential styles (Spanish Colonial Revival) in one of the most influential cities for this style (Santa Barbara) in the s.
This book combines biographical information as well as a breakdown of specific works over his surpisingly short career of a decade5(1). This architectural style appeared in Palo Alto in when Santa Barbara designer George Washington Smith () designed a residence for Percy Lawton Pettigrew and Laura Doe Pettigrew.
The Pettigrew family had already established their social rank and fortune when they moved from Pacific Heights to Palo Alto. Title: George Washington Smith papers, Predominant Dates: ID: 3RG 4FP F1 Primary Creator: Smith, George Washington () Extent: Cubic Feet Arrangement: Arranged into 7 series: 1.
History of Illinois and Her People, Volume I, circa 2. History of Illinois and Her People, Volume II, circa 3. George Washington Smith () Image: A visit today to any one of his houses in Montecito, Pasadena or Woodside will easily reveal why writers and critics have always responded so strongly to his designs.
In the s and s, house plans using the Spanish Colonial Revival style frequently sold from books produced by contractors and builders. The two most influential architects of this style in Southern California were Bertram Goodhue () and George Washington Smith (). George Washington Smith  of Santa Barbara, California browse books entry at Wikipedia.
La Pechina residence in Santa Barbara, CA Lobero Theater [rebuilt ] in Santa Barbara, CA 'La Manzana' Jackling House in Woodside, CA Casa del Herrero residence in Montecito, CA. George Washington Smith b.
Jan Wayne, Kentucky, United States d. Bef Pulaski, Pulaski, Kentucky, United States: Tennessee Roots. View George Washington Smith biographical information, artworks upcoming at auction, and sale prices from our price archives.
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George Robert Smith. George T. Smith. View all images Top record matches for George Evans Smith. style, George Washington Smith, and reflects a close intellectual and artistic collaboration between him and the St. Louis industrialist owner, George Fox Steedman, an artisan and silversmith.
Built in the middle of Smith's short () but prolific career, the house, is considered one. George Washington Smith.
George Washington Smith ( - ) was activelived in California. George Smith is known for Landscape-architectural, figure. Landscape painter, architect. Born on Feb. 22, in East Liberty, PA. Smith was raised in Philadelphia and studied painting at the PAFA and architecture at Harvard University.
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In George Wigglesworth scrapbook, Louis D. Brandeis () to George Wigglesworth, 18 Aug. In George Wigglesworth scrapbook, Richard Henry Dana () to Mary Catherine Dixwell Wigglesworth and George Wigglesworth, 20 June In George Wigglesworth scrapbook, Johnson family papers, The Johnson Family Papers consist of correspondence, wills, diplomas, marriage certificates, obituaries, photographs, genealogical notes and family histories, land grant certificates, military documents, a book of autographs, and other papers and documents of the Johnson and related families, direct descendants.
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The A. Hanson papers span 8 linear feet and date from circa to circa The collection consists primarily of black-and-white photographs of Hansons landscape designs, organized by project; and Hansons travel photographs, organized by location, loose in folders and in four leather bound scrapbooks labeled Spain, Italy, France, and collection also contains transcripts.
Certificate of election of George W. Smith as a member of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, October 6: 4: 8: Clipping re. George Washington Smith's legacy to W. De Renne, November 9: 4: 9: Clipping re. George W.
Smith and W. De Renne, November 9: 4: Hubert Atwood Smith was born on month dayat birth place, to Mary Smith (born Warren). Mary was born on October 23in Chapel Arm, NFLD. Hubert had 10 siblings: Norma Carol (Abby) Smith and 9 other siblings.
Hubert passed away of cause of death on month dayat age one. Pierce, George Washington () Retzius, Magnus Gustaf () Ripley, William Zebina () Walker, William Hultz () Elected in Briggs, LeBaron Russell () Derr, Louis () Fischer, Emil () Johnson, Douglas Wilson () Warren, Charles Hyde () Elected in The Mann's left Germany in the 's and settled in the View the items in J.
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