Samuel Plato, undated (999PC35.681)Representing more than fifty unique architectural firms, architects, landscape architects, and/or projects, The Filson’s architectural holdings illustrate Ohio River Valley’s built environment from the mid-19th century through present day. Project types vary from residential to commercial, industrial design and landscape, as well as educational, cemetery and park design, railroad, and religious—to name only a few.

The architectural collections can be searched through various portals both online and in-house. See below for a listing of collections; each entry is linked to a finding aid or catalog record that provides more details about the collection.

If you have a research question pertaining to architectural records, please contact Johna Picco, Associate Curator of Special Collections.

This collection continues to grow, so check back regularly for updates.

 

Architecture Collections

Related Collections

 Medina, NY Post Office, completed building, ca. 1932. Samuel Plato Photograph collection (999PC35.85)
Standing LtoR: Louise Leland, Anne Bruce Haldeman, and Captain Captain Seward Prosser at Woods Hole, ca. 1920s. (unprocessed)
Front elevation of Louise Leland’s Cambridge thesis project titled: "A House on a Downhill Lot”, 1933. (unprocessed)
Night Club Wintergarden, Istanbul, Turkey, A. Cakir (likely unbuilt), Stratton O. Hammon Photograph collection (998PC46.19)