Carleton Winslow, Sr. Papers

MS 161

Detailed inventory and background for this collection

Abstract

Illustration caption reads: "Looking out the window in Room 521"

Illustration caption reads: “Looking out the window in Room 521″

This collection contains the correspondence, photographs, project files, and drawings of architect Carleton Winslow, Sr., who is known for his work on the Panama-California Exposition of 1915 in San Diego, the Los Angeles Public Library headquarters building, as well as churches and residences in Southern California and Santa Barbara.

Creator

Winslow Sr., Carleton, 1876-1946

Extent

2 boxes, 1 flat file

Language

English
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