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Historic Architecture of the Pacific Northwest   Tags: architecture, pacific_northwest  

A guide to researching the history of architecture in the Pacific Northwest.
Last Updated: Nov 6, 2013 URL: http://guides.lib.washington.edu/PNWArchitecture Print Guide

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About this guide

Image: Torrington, rendering, ARC0738

  • Search Tips - Tips to help you find resources related to historic architecture of the Pacific Northwest.
  • Primary Resources - Information about how to locate architectural drawings, manuscript materials, photographs, maps, directories and other printed materials including collection highlights.
  • Architects - Examples of some of the architects active in the Pacific Northwest and resources available to research individual architects. 
  • External Resources - Links to other useful sorces of information and collections of historic material.
  • Copyright and Use - What materials may be reproduced, how to request copies and obtain permission.  
  • Architecture Subject Guide -This guide was created by the Built Environments Library for Architecture and Architectural History Students to highlight resources most useful to their studies.

 


 

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