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              HMA0327 · Collection · circa 1950-circa 1969

              Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and news articles, brochures, photographic prints and renderings on Mylar feature Reiff designed buildings in Dade and Broward counties.

              Reiff, Donald,, 1924-1982
              HMA0026 · Collection · 1938-2003 (predominant: 1938-2003)

              Renderings and plans for buildings designed by Deen include: dwelling in Snapper Creek for Fred Poppe, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity House at the University of Miami, Grove Hill apartments, and some unidentified commercial and mixed-use projects; photographs of completed projects, including the Ryder Building and Grove Tower in Coconut Grove; Deen's notebook with design concepts and notes for on-going projects, including the Rusty Pelican restaurant.

              Materials pertaining to the Vanderbilt estate include: drawings by Maurice Fatio and William Treanor  for the ceiling, moldings, and floor finishes for the main house; drawings for the stonework used on the building's exterior walls, loggia, walkway and balustrades; drawings by J. P. Duffy for the maintenence buildings;a group of color photographs of buidlings and grounds shot in the late 1970s.

              Portfolio of maps and plans for Pratt General Hospital.

              Deen, James
              HMA0187 · Collection · 1925-1977

              The collection comprises architectural drawings, photographs and papers pertaining to Manley’s career. The drawings are working plans for her later designs; earlier drawings were destroyed by the architect when she moved from her Coconut Grove office. Clients for whom buildings were designed include Betsy and Denman Fink, Melville Bell Grosvenor, Sengra (developer of Miami Lakes), University of Miami, Philip Wylie, and Herbert S. Zim.

              The papers include some correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings. The photographs are primarily of the houses she designed or refurbished. Two albums contain photographs of renderings of proposed buildings and aerial images of the University of Miami.

              Manley, Marion Isadore, 1893-1984
              HMA0427 · Collection · 1916-1924

              Collection consists of ink on linen and pencil on tracing paper drawings of the church and its kitchen and parsonage. The church was designed between 1916 and 1918, and the kitchen and parsonage, between 1924 and 1926. Some of the sheets are damaged or fragile.

              MacKenzie, Clinton
              HMA0354 · Collection · 1915-1983 (predominant: 1940-1950)

              Renderings, drawings, photographs, contracts and specification documents, and photocopies of copyright certficates. The books mostly cover various Dade County building codes and builders directories. Also included is Mr Zachar's copy of the engineering manual from Czechoslovakia, 1915.

              Zachar, Stefan, H., AIA, 1904-1980
              HMA0121 · Collection · 1929-1982

              The collection spans Snyder’s entire career and beyond, ranging from 1929 until 1982. Architectural plans and drawings make up the bulk of the collection. A series of color renderings offer valuable glimpses at a few projects. The collection also includes a number of city, area, and subdivision maps, most focused on South Florida and Miami. A large number of photos, transparencies and photo albums, showing various residential, commercial and public projects, is concentrated on Snyder’s work of the 1950s and 1960s, but includes some valuable earlier examples. Some of Snyder’s personal papers complete the collection, including examples of his many awards and certificates, his World War II records, a bound map of Cuba, and other miscellanea.


              Snyder, Wahl John, 1910-1989
              HMA0114 · Collection · 1906-1950 (predominant: 1906-1926)

              Elevations, renderings, plans, and details of houses, stores, churches, schools, office buildings, hotels, club houses, and apartments. Many of the drawings are notable for their draftsmanship. Structures represented in these drawings were built in Belle Isle, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Ft. Lauderdale, Homestead, Key Largo, Miami, Miami Beach, Miami Shores, and Star Island.

              Significant buildings designed by DeGarmo and represented in these records include: Miami City Hall (1907) Demolished. -- McAllister Hotel (1916) 10 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Demolished. -- Miami Beach Community Church (1921) 500 Lincoln Road. -- Coral Gables Bank and Post Office (1924) Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables. -- St. Teresa (Convent) School (with Phineas Paist, 1924) Coral Gables. -- Colonnade Building (collaborator) Coral Gables. -- Douglas Entrance (collaborator) Coral Gables.

              DeGarmo, Walter C., 1876-