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Columbia University, Department of Facilities Management, architectural drawings

Title
Columbia University, Department of Facilities Management, architectural drawings, 1895-ongoing.
Abstract
The Dept. of Facilities Management is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the University buildings and grounds.
Finding Aid
Inventory.
Summary
Architectural drawings (no longer in current use by Facilities Management), transferred to the Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library from the Dept. of Facilities Management pertaining to proposals, construction, alteration and addition of properties formerly used or owned, and buildings demolished or still extant. The dates of the materials span 1895 to today. The drawings include plans showing the heating and ventilation systems, electrical and plumbing details, and some original construction materials. Some of the buildings represented in this collection are: Avery Hall; Earl Hall; St. Paul's Chapel; Teachers College; Low Library; Ferris Booth; and Uris Hall, as well as details of fences; steps; statues; and bronze railings. Some of the architects hired by the University include McKim, Mead & White, Howells & Stokes, James Gamble Rogers, and Allen & Collens, as well as builder and architect R. Guastavino Co. who was responsible for the domes and vaults of St. Paul's Chapel, Earl Hall, and the Van Amringe Memorial.
Restrictions
Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the director of Avery Library.
Notes
This is the host record for which 1 separate RLIN VIM record was created to describe drawings for St. Paul's Chapel. The RLIN ID number is NYDA96-F555. The accession numbers are 1995.012.00001 through .00012.
Provenance
Transferred from the Dept. of Facilities Management, Columbia University.
Cite As
The Columbia University, Dept. of Facilities Management, architectural drawings, Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.
Format
Manuscript Manuscript/Archive
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