Roger Hayward Papers, 1899-2007  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hayward, Roger.
Title
Roger Hayward Papers
Dates
1899-2007 (inclusive)
Quantity
15 linear feet, 33 boxes  :  The Hayward collection primarily consists of typewritten correspondence, sketchbooks, drawings and etchings. The collection also includes photographs, newspaper clippings, a biographical scrapbook and original artworks.
Collection Number
MSS Hayward
Summary
Roger Hayward (1899-1979) was a talented artist, architect and inventor who collaborated extensively with Linus Pauling as illustrator of many of Pauling's books and journal publications. Hayward is also remembered as an expert on the subject of optics who played an important role in the development of the Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. His papers contain a large volume of correspondence, dozens of manuscripts and a number of sketchbooks that document both his artistic skill and his scientific acumen.
Repository
Oregon State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives Research Center
Special Collections and Archives Research Center
121 The Valley Library
Oregon State University
Corvallis OR
97331-4501
Telephone: 541-737-2075
Fax: 541-737-8674
scarc@oregonstate.edu
Access Restrictions
Restrictions on Access

Permission to examine the Hayward Papers will be granted to qualified researchers upon completion of an "Application for Use" form, and contingent upon the researcher's agreement to abide by the rules and policies governing the use of manuscripts.

Additional Reference Guides
Additional Reference Guides

A preliminary inventory of the Hayward Papers, created by Dr. James R. Kramer, provides further details concerning the subject matter of certain Individual Correspondence folders. This internal document is available upon request.

Languages
English
Sponsor


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Born in New Hampshire, Roger Hayward (1899-1979) was educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he studied architecture. Following his graduation from M. I. T., Hayward lived and worked on the east coast of the United States for the first several years of his professional life, employed by a handful of architectural firms.

A move to southern California in the early 1930s, followed by the onset of the Great Depression, saw Hayward branch out beyond the world of architecture to new avenues in both the fine and practical arts. A man of many talents, Hayward is credited with having designed and constructed a model of the moon for the Griffith Planetarium, a nut-cracking machine for the California Walnut Growers Association and the Schmidt-Cassegrain optical arrangement for telescopes, to name just a few of his artistic and industrial innovations.

Following the conclusion of World War II, Hayward helped found the architectural design firm Lunden, Hayward and O’Connor, a successful enterprise up until its dissolution in 1957. From there, Hayward began to focus more on his ambitions as a fine artist, signing contracts with both the Disney company as well as the book publisher W. H. Freeman to work as illustrator and model-maker. Hayward enjoyed a long collaboration with Dr. Linus Pauling in both roles, culminating in the 1964 publication of their co-authored book The Architecture of Molecules.

Roger and his wife Betty were married for nearly fifty-seven years. Their relationship came to a close with his death in 1979.

Historical NoteReturn to Top

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Hayward Papers are comprised primarily of sketch books dating from 1910 to the late 1970s, and correspondence related to the various projects with which Hayward was involved. Of particular note are materials describing a series of inventions that Hayward proposed over the course of his life, a photo- and sketch-filled biographical scrapbook compiled by the Hayward family, and collections of materials documenting Hayward's scientific collaborations with a number of renowned scientists, including Linus Pauling.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

Preferred Citation

Courtesy of the Roger Hayward Papers, Special Collections, Oregon State University Libraries

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

1:  Individual and Organizational Correspondence, 1925, 1930-1933, 1937, 1941-1979, 2004Return to Top

18 boxes

The breadth of the Individual and Organizational Correspondence series is reflective of Hayward's many interests and associations. Of particular note are the three boxes of communications with Clair L. "Red" Stong and the multiple John D. Strong correspondence files. Exchanges with Linus Pauling, Dennis Flanagan and Albert G. Ingalls are also organized within this series, as are nearly thirty years worth of letters documenting Hayward's long association with the book publishers W. H. Freeman & Co.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1.001
Correspondence: A - Be
13 folders
1933; 1937; 1955-1977
Folder
1.1
Astronomical Society of the Pacific
1960; 1963-1966; 1974-1975
1.2
Assorted Correspondence: A
1951-1952; 1954-1956; 1958; 1961-1965; 1969-1973
1.3
Babcock, Henry A.
1960; 1970; 1974; 1976
1.4
Badger, Richard M. and Virginia
File includes correspondence with Anthony S. Badger.
1960-1961; 1965; 1967; 1974-1977
1.5
Bakelew, James T.
Bakelew was a patent attorney whose services were retained by Hayward. The Bakelew file contains untitled sketches of a film projection apparatus proposed by Hayward in June 1961 .
1958; 1961; 1965; 1969
1.6
Barr, Stephen
1962
1.7
Baxter, Frances
File contains original artworks by Frances Baxter.
1959-1963; 1965
1.8
Baxter, Frances
File contains original artworks by Frances Baxter.
1969-1970; 1972-1976
1.9
Beadle, George W.
1961-1962
1.10
Beattie, Priscilla
1968; 1974
1.11
Beckman, Arnold O.
1966-1967; 1977
1.12
Bell, Eric Temple
1937; 1957; 1959-1961; 1964
1.13
Beroju Puppet Theatre
The Beroju Puppet Theatre was a Depression-era enterprise founded by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward, each of whom participated in the production of puppet shows performed for a fee at various locations in the Pasadena area, including the Hayward home.
1933
1.002
Correspondence: Bi - Br
8 folders
1954-1972
Folder
2.1
Birchard, John
1954; 1956; 1965
2.2
Blaker, Alfred A.
1965-1966
2.3
Blaker, Alfred A.
1967
2.4
Blaker, Alfred A.
1968-1970
2.5
Bonestell, Chesley
1962-1963; 1965; 1969
2.6
Bruce, C. E. R.
1965-1967
2.7
Bruce, C. E. R.
1968-1972
2.8
Assorted Correspondence: B
1955-1962; 1964-1968; 1970-1971
1.003
Correspondence: C - D
34 folders
1925; 1930; 1935; 1941; 1949-1976
Folder
3.1
Cady, Mike
1972
3.2
Cady, Walter Guyton
1963-1971
3.3
California Institute of Technology
File contains employment and billing records dating to Hayward's association with Caltech, correspondence related to Hayward's work at the Mount Wilson Observatory, and materials documenting the planning and construction of the Sloan Laboratory of Mathematics and Physics.
1948-1963; 1964; 1966-1967
3.4
Cannon, Grahame and Alzada
1958; 1960-1961; 1975-1976
3.5
Carmichael, Jae
File includes description of four mobiles created by Hayward and displayed at a Laguna Beach Art Association show.
1962; 1973; 1975
3.6
Chamberlin, Katherine
1961; 1975
3.7
Clarke, Katherine
1975
3.8
Clements, Thomas C. [American Amateur Chronometric Society]
1964-1966
3.9
Cohen, Josef
1961
3.10
Cook, Alan
1972; 1974
3.11
Corey, Robert B.
1959
3.12
Coze, Paul
1953-1955; 1957-1958
3.13
Cram and Ferguson, Architects
File includes correspondence with Alexander E. Hoyle, Ralph A. Cram, Ann Cram and Whitworth Ferguson.
1925; 1935; 1941; 1958-1959; 1965; 1970; 1972; 1974
3.14
Thomas Y. Crowell Company
File concerns Hayward's proposed illustration of a new edition of Michael Faraday's lecture "Chemical History of the Candle." Includes two etchings of candles by Hayward.
1954-1955
3.15
Currier Gallery of Art [Manchester, New Hampshire]
1930
3.16
Assorted Correspondence: C
1956; 1958; 1960; 1962; 1964-1967; 1970; 1972-1973
3.17
Dall, Horace
1965-1971
3.18
Dandliker, Walter B.
1955-1956
3.19
Danielson, John Lewis
1957-1958
3.20
Dann, Frode
1962-1964; 1966-1969
3.21
Davies, Philip W.
1961
3.22
Davies, Robert H.
1974-1975
3.23
Davis, Robert N.
1965-1966; 1970-1971; 1974-1975
3.24
DeWees, Ben
1962; 1974; 1976
3.25
Dills, Charles E.
1964
3.26
Dimmock, Marion S.
1965
3.27
Dodd, Mead & Co.
File contains correspondence and billing statements related to Hayward's illustration of No More War!, by Linus Pauling.
1958-1959
3.28
Dornbusch, Charles H.
1957; 1960; 1964; 1966-1972; 1974-1975
3.29
Downs, George W.
1959
3.30
DuMond, Jesse W. M.
1956-1957; 1961-1962; 1970-1973; 1976
3.31
Dunham, Theodore
1946; 1951; 1973
3.32
Dunipace, Donald W.
1965-1966
3.33
Duren, William L., Jr.
1957-1958; 1961; 1963; 1968-1971; 1973
3.34
Assorted Correspondence: D
1963; 1972
1.004
Correspondence: E - G
22 folders
1948-1977
Folder
4.1
Edmund Scientific Co.
1962-1965; 1967; 1971
4.2
Encyclopedia Britannica Films, Inc.
1964
4.3
Estey, Roger S.
1962-1963; 1965; 1970; 1974-1975; 1977
4.4
Assorted Correspondence: E
1955; 1959-1962
4.5
Fay, Peter W.
File includes list of Hayward drawings used as illustrations in Fay's book The Opium War, 1840-1842 (1975). File also includes correspondence with W.W. Norton & Co. regarding publication of the book.
1962; 1965; 1969; 1973-1976
4.6
Feibelman, Walter A.
1960-1961
4.7
Flanagan, Dennis [Scientific American]
1948-1963
4.8
Flanagan, Dennis [Scientific American]
1964-1976
4.9
Freese, Winifred
1975-1976
4.10
Assorted Correspondence: F
1951; 1954
4.11
Gaddis, Thomas E.
1957
4.12
Gamble, John G.
1961-1962
4.13
Gamow, George
1955; 1961
4.14
Gardner, Martin
1960-1970; 1972-1975
4.15
Gibberd, Eric and Polly
1949; 1955-1965; 1969; 1972; 1974-1975
4.16
Goldman, James A.
File includes correspondence with Goldman's associates Sara and Daniel Ross, as well as drawings by Daniel Ross.
1967-1969
4.17
Gombrich, Ernst
File includes materials related to the Gouse Sunchart.
1972
4.18
Grant, Ernie
1962-1963; 1970-1974; 1976
4.19
Green, David and Jaxine
1960; 1962; 1975-1977
4.20
Gross, Meredith Grant
1968-1969
4.21
Grove Press, Inc.
File includes Hayward's description of a proposed book of illustrations depicting human dress unlimited by "some unknown twist of fate which caused it to systematically conceal the genitals."
1972
4.22
Assorted Correspondence: G
1953-1954; 1957; 1959-1963; 1965-1968; 1975
1.005
Correspondence: H
8 folders
1938; 1956-1973
Folder
5.1
Hall, Norman
1964-1965; 1967
5.2
Hamilton, Jack
1956-1959
5.3
Hamilton, Jack
1960-1967; 1971
5.4
Hathaway Home for Children [Los Angeles]
1957-1959
5.5
Holt, Frank L.
1963
5.6
Howard, John N. [Applied Optics]
1973
5.7
Hughes, Darrell S.
1961; 1964-1965; 1968-1969
5.8
Assorted Correspondence: H
1938; 1957
1.006
Correspondence: Albert G. "Doc" Ingalls
2 folders
Albert G. Ingalls was the first editor of the Scientific American "Amateur Scientist" column, to which Hayward frequently contributed both illustrations and texts. The Ingalls correspondence files consist of letters between Ingalls and Hayward related to the column, as well as to Hayward's contributions to Amateur Telescope Making, a three-volume work edited by Ingalls.
1949-1953; 1958
Folder
6.1
Ingalls, Albert G.
1949-1951
6.2
Ingalls, Albert G.
1952-1953; 1958
1.007
Correspondence: I - L
16 folders
1944; 1953-1978
Folder
7.1
Assorted Correspondence: I
1953
7.2
Jackson, John Early
1961
7.3
Johnson, Lyndon B.
1966; 1968
7.4
Kalionzes, Gus W.
1975-1976
7.5
Kovinick, Phil
1973-1976
7.6
Kramer, James R. and Miriam
1977-1978
7.7
Land, Edwin H.
1959
7.8
Langer, Rudolph
1955; 1973-1974
7.9
Leslie Briggs Discussion Group
File includes correspondence with Moses A. Cortland as well as an unpublished work: "The History of the Leslie Briggs Discussion Club, 1934-1978."
1944; 1954-1956; 1962; 1970-1971; 1974-1975; 1978
7.10
Letters Magazine
1968
7.11
Lewis, Charlton M.
1972; 1976
7.12
Lewis, William Bradley
File includes a large volume of material concerning the Hayward-Lewis Pen.
1956-1957; 1958-1963
7.13
Lewis, William Bradley
1964-1972; 1974-1977
7.14
Luke, Dorman
1963
7.15
Lunden, Hayward & O' Connor, Architects
File consists primarily of correspondence documenting the dissolution of the firm.
1950; 1953-1954; 1956-1957; 1960
7.16
Assorted Correspondence: L
1953; 1956-1959; 1960-1961; 1964-1967; 1970-1971; 1973
1.008
Correspondence: M - N
23 folders
1917-1923; 1926; 1951-1979; 2004
Folder
8.1
Mackay, R. Stuart
1961
8.2
MacLaren, Walter R.
1960-1961; 1964; 1974-1975
8.3
Marquis Who's Who
1951-1952; 1963-1966; 1968-1969; 1972-1973
8.4
Marsh, Esbon R.
1967; 1972; 1974-1976
8.5
Mason, Brian H. [American Museum of Natural History]
1958
8.6
Mason, Max
1969
8.7
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
File includes academic and financial records related to Hayward's undergraduate studies at M. I. T.
1917-1923; 1964-1965; 1967; 1973
8.8
Mattill, John I.
1972-1973
8.9
McConnell, James V. [The Worm Runner's Digest]
1968-1977; 1979
8.10
McKinney, William M.
1966
8.11
Meinel, Aden
File includes Meinel's recollections concerning Hayward's work on the Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope, 2004 .
1951-1952; 1965; 1973; 2004
8.12
Mitchell, George A.
File includes untitled sketches of a film projection apparatus proposed by Hayward in June 1961 .
1961; 1970-1972
8.13
Morris, George E.
1970-1971; 1973-1976
8.14
Moscona, Harry A.
1967-1968
8.15
Moses, Robert A.
1959
8.16
Assorted Correspondence: M
1926; 1953-1955; 1958-1961; 1964-1967; 1971-1973
8.17
Neher, Andrew W.
1961-1962; 1965; 1967; 1971; 1975; 1977
8.18
Nelson-Hall Company
1972
8.19
New Scientist
1961; 1969-1970; 1972-1973
8.20
Newton, Charles
1962; 1965-1966
8.21
New Yorker
1964; 1966; 1968; 1972
8.22
Niedenfuhr, Francis
1960
8.23
Assorted Correspondence: N
1951; 1957; 1959-1961; 1964; 1966; 1969; 1973; 1975
1.009
Correspondence: O - P
18 folders
1927; 1940; 1946-1978
Folder
9.1
Ogilvy, C. Stanley
1963
9.2
One-Hundred to One Shot Club [also referred to as the 10-2 Club]
File includes correspondence with Bertron C. Willard regarding Willard's work on a biography of Russell W. Porter.
1940; 1970
9.3
Operations Research Society of America
1947; 1951-1953; 1960
9.4
Optical Society of America
1953-1954; 1959; 1961; 1967; 1969; 1971-1973; 1975
9.5
Osorio, Augusto E.
1965
9.6
Paige, Esther and Griff
1973-1976
9.7
Paramount Pictures, Inc.
1946
9.8
Parker, Ashley and Emma
1957; 1962; 1971-1976; 1978
9.9
Pasadena Area History
1971-1972
9.10
Pasadena Artist Associates
File includes a large number of Pasadena Artist Associates newsletters.
1949; 1951; 1954; 1960; 1964-1967; 1969; 1971-1975
9.11
Pasadena Art Museum
1954; 1956; 1959
9.12
Pasadena Society of Artists
1951-1953; 1957; 1960-1961; 1964-1968; 1971-1973; 1975-1976
9.13
Pauling, Linus
1948-1959; 1965; 1967-1968; 1972; 1976
9.14
Piel, Gerard [Scientific American]
1953-1959; 1961-1962; 1964; 1970-1971
9.15
Plowman, George Taylor
1927
9.16
Prentice-Hall, Inc.
File includes materials related to Hayward's work on Procedures in Experimental Physics, authored by John D. Strong, and Oceanography: A View of the Earth, by Meredith Grant Gross.
1937; 1946; 1951; 1956; 1959; 1962; 1965; 1968-1970; 1972; 1974; 1977
9.17
Publisher's Central Bureau
1972-1973
9.18
Assorted Correspondence: P
1950; 1954-1955; 1959-1964; 1966-1967; 1969-1972
1.010
Correspondence: R - S
25 folders
1932; 1952-1978
Folder
10.1
Recreational Mathematics magazine
1962-1964; 1968
10.2
Ridley, George B.
1961-1964
10.3
Ridley, George B.
1965-1967; 1969-1971
10.4
Robertson, Howard Percy
1956; 1962
10.5
Robinson, James O.
1972-1973
10.6
Rock, Irvin
1974
10.7
Rosequist, Ivan
1955-1958; 1960
10.8
Saturday Review
File includes several "wit twisters" submitted for publication by Hayward.
1962; 1968-1969
10.9
Science
1964-1965; 1972
10.10
Scientific American
1957-1958; 1961; 1966-1972; 1974
10.11
Scofield, Alan M.
File includes a painting by Scofield of the M13 star cluster in the Hercules constellation.
1966
10.12
Sheppard, Pat
1960-1961
10.13
Shneiderov, Anatol J.
1962
10.14
Silvertooth, Wilber
1959
10.15
Sky and Telescope
1962-1963
10.16
Smith, Ray Winfield
1975
10.17
Smith, William Howard and Astrid
1958-1960; 1970-1971
10.18
Society of Libyan Studies
1978
10.19
Southwest Museum [Los Angeles]
1952
10.20
Stanson, Philip E.
1974-1975
10.21
Steuber, Lillian
1972
10.22
Stevens, Mildred Lapson
1960; 1966
10.23
Stimson, Cyrus F., Jr.
File includes original artwork by Stimson.
1962; 1966
10.24
Sulton, Jennifer and Hank
1974-1975
10.25
Assorted Correspondence: S
1932; 1952; 1958-1962; 1966-1967; 1969
1.011
Correspondence: Clair L. "Red" Stong
7 folders
C. L. Stong was the second editor (after Albert G. Ingalls) of the Scientific American "Amateur Scientist" column, to which Hayward frequently contributed both illustrations and texts. The Stong correspondence files consist of letters between Stong and Hayward, numerous sketches and reproductions of etchings by Hayward, and items forwarded to Hayward by Stong in regards to specific "Amateur Scientist" columns.
1952-1954; 1956-1962
Folder
11.1
Stong, C. L.
1952-1954
11.2
Stong, C. L.
1956-1957
11.3
Stong, C. L.
1958
11.4
Stong, C. L.
1959
11.5
Stong, C. L.
1960
11.6
Stong, C. L.
1961
11.7
Stong, C. L.
1962
1.012
Correspondence: Clair L. "Red" Stong
8 folders
1963-1966; 1968-1971
Folder
12.1
Stong, C. L.
1963
12.2
Stong, C. L.
1964
12.3
Stong, C. L.
1965
12.4
Stong, C. L.
1966
12.5
Stong, C. L.
1968
12.6
Stong, C. L.
1969
12.7
Stong, C. L.
1970
12.8
Stong, C. L.
1971
1.013
Correspondence: Clair L. "Red" Stong
4 folders
1972-1976
Folder
13.1
Stong, C. L.
1972
13.2
Stong, C. L.
1973
13.3
Stong, C. L.
1974
13.4
Stong, C. L.
1975-1976
1.014
Correspondence: John D. Strong
9 folders
John D. Strong was a physicist whose interests included thermal evaporation, infrared spectroscopy and optics. Roger Hayward illustrated two books authored by Strong, Modern Physical Laboratory Practice (1951) and Concepts of Classical Optics (1958). The voluminous Strong correspondence documents both work on these projects as well as the friendly relationship shared by John and Bethany June Strong with Roger and Betty Hayward. The files also include correspondence with Bethany June Strong regarding her efforts to publish Face Furniture, a collection of drawings and poems created by the Haywards.
1947-1977
Folder
14.1
Strong, John D.
1947-1955
14.2
Strong, John D.
File includes illustrations by Hayward of an image-slicer devised by Strong and colleagues at Johns Hopkins University.
1962-1963
14.3
Strong, John D.
1964-1966
14.4
Strong, John D.
1967-1969
14.5
Strong, John D.
1971-1973
14.6
Strong, John D.
1974
14.7
Strong, John D.
1975
14.8
Strong, John D.
1976
14.9
Strong, John D.
1977
1.015
Correspondence: T - U
5 folders
1948-1976
Folder
15.1
Taylor, J. H.
1975-1976
15.2
Tranquillitsky, George V.
1972
15.3
The Twenty Club
1948-1949; 1951-1952; 1958
15.4
Assorted Correspondence: T
1954-1955; 1964-1966; 1971
15.5
University Club of Los Angeles
1953-1957; 1961
1.016
Correspondence: W. H. Freeman and Company
11 folders
Hayward maintained a lengthy relationship with the publishing firm W. H. Freeman and Co. The Freeman correspondence files document his work as illustrator for a number of books, including Linus Pauling's General Chemistry and College Chemistry, The Architecture of Molecules, which Hayward co-authored with Pauling, and later books written by Harper Frantz, John D. Strong and George Pimentel, among others.
1949-1959
Folder
16.1
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1949
16.2
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1950
16.3
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1951
16.4
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1952
16.5
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1953
16.6
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1954
16.7
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1955
16.8
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1956
16.9
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1957
16.10
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1958
16.11
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1959
1.017
Correspondence: W. H. Freeman and Company
11 folders
1960-1977
Folder
17.1
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1960
17.2
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1961-1963
17.3
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1964
17.4
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1965
17.5
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1966
17.6
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1967
17.7
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1968
17.8
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1969
17.9
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1970
17.10
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1971
17.11
W. H. Freeman and Co.
1972-1977
1.018
Correspondence: W - Z
5 folders
1952-1978
Folder
18.1
Wallbank, Wilf
File includes photos taken during Wallbank's 1962 trip to Pasadena, including images of Wallbank, Hayward and Mount Wilson Observatory. File also includes photos of Wallbank's wife Alice and daughter Marjorie.
1962-1966
18.2
Walls, Gordon L.
1961
18.3
Ward, Sigrid and Harry C. Hart
1961-1962; 1964-1970
18.4
Ward, Sigrid and Harry C. Hart
1971-1978
18.5
Wikswo, John P.
1970
18.6
Wilder, Bob
1952; 1974-1977
18.7
Williams, Beau
1954-1957
18.8
Workman, E. J.
1971
18.9
Assorted Correspondence: W
1965-1966; 1969
18.10
Zaino, Yola
1960; 1962; 1965; 1967-1968; 1970-1971; 1974

2:  Manuscripts and Publications, 1937-1977Return to Top

3 boxes

Unpublished manuscripts and published reprints of articles written by Roger and Betty Hayward are arranged within this series. While the earlier writings tend to be more scientific in nature, Hayward's later work often assumes humorous tones, many of the later pieces having been developed for publication in the often-satirical journal The Worm Runner's Digest.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
2.001
Manuscripts of Articles by Roger and Betty Hayward
23 folders
1926; 1937-1961
Folder
1.1
Transcript: "Betty Hayward's notes on European Art trip"
Compiled by James R. Kramer.
1926
1.2
Transcript: "Introduction to On the Preservation of Books," by Betty Hayward
Text extracted from an unpublished typescript edited by Betty Hayward, created to mark the opening of the Edward L. Doheny Library, University of Southern California.
1932
1.3
Typescript: "The Round World." Submitted as part of a proposed history of astronomy to be written in collaboration with E. T. Bell
July 6, 1937
1.4
Typescripts, Manuscript, Calculations: "A Device for Measuring the Sound Absorption of a Sound Absorbing Material, by Comparing it with Samples of Known Sound Absorbing Value"
February 7, 1938
1.5
Typescript: "Improvements to Listening Devices"
January 5, 1941
1.6
Manuscript: "A Device for Photographing Television Pictures or Televising Motion Picture Films"
May 29, 1946
1.7
Manuscript, Typescripts: "Report on Television Air-Check Photography"
1946
1.8
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: "pinhole testing"]
July 1, 1951
1.9
Typescript: "Notes on Church Architecture"
September 30, 1953
1.10
Typescript, Correspondence: "Styles in Art"
1953
1.11
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, [re: an idea for a "traveling microscope"]
February 2, 1954
1.12
Typescript, Correspondence: No Title, Letter to the Editor of the Pasadena Star-News [re: policies guiding the selection of art for inclusion in the Pasadena Art Fair]
March 31, 1954
1.13
Typescript: "The Molecular Structure of Hair and Similar Fibrous Proteins," by Linus Pauling, Robert Corey and Roger Hayward
July 1954
1.14
Typescripts: "The Ptolemaic Planetarium," "The Earliest Known Concept of the Universe," and "Celestial Sphere." Ideas for Union Oil Center lobby displays solicited by the Union Oil Company of California
December 1957
1.15
Typescript: "Some Notes on Design and Color." Lecture notes
Ca. 1950s
1.16
Typescript: "Effects of Pressure on the Eyeball"
January 26, 1960
1.17
Typescript, Correspondence, Illustrations, Background Materials: "Maps of the Earth in Magnetic Coordinates as an Aid to Finding Conjugate Points in the Earth's Magnetic Field," submitted for publication in the Journal of Geophysical Research
March 7, 1961
1.18
Typescripts: No Title, Letter to the Editor of the Journal of the British Astronomical Association [re: "The Lunar Crater Linne" by "B. W."]
March 30, 1961
1.19
Typescript, Correspondence, Illustrations, Referees' Reports: "Configuration of Convection Cells in the Earth's Mantle," submitted for publication in the Journal of Geophysical Research
May 30, 1961
1.20
Typescript, Correspondence: "Binocular Vision with Different Color Filters Before the Two Eyes," submitted for publication in the Journal of the Optical Society
August 15, 1961
1.21
Typescript: Review of Modern Physics Buildings: Design and Function, by R. Ronald Palmer and William Maxwell Rice
1961
1.22
Typescript, Illustrations: "Whistlers"
1961
1.23
Typescript: "Gamble Thermal Centrifuge"
1961
2.002
Manuscripts of Articles by Roger Hayward
29 folders
1962-1974
Folder
2.1
Typescript, Illustration: "Concerning the Non-Representational Paintings in This Exhibition"
February 1962
2.2
Typescript: "Some Studies of the Moebius Tape and the Moebius Rings"
April 4, 1962
2.3
Typescript: No Title [re: contrast enhancement in photography]
May 1, 1963
2.4
Typescript, Drawings: "Past Explosions in the Nearer Galaxies"
October 26, 1963
2.5
Typescript: "Art and Illusion and Meditations on a Hobby Horse by E. H. Gombrich," review of books by Roger Hayward
March 1964
2.6
Typescripts: No Title, Letter to the Editor of The Atlantic Monthly [re: the life routines of artists, with specific mention of Andrew Wyeth.]
July 25, 1964
2.7
Typescript: "Twentieth Pasadena Art Fair"
August 23, 1964
2.8
Typescripts, Illustrations: "Three Dimensional Visual Understanding"
October 1964
2.9
Typescript: "A Review of the Work of the Pasadena Artist Association, Inc., 1945-1963"
1964
2.10
Typescript, Correspondence, Illustrations: "Stereo Effects from Centrally Symmetrical Patterns," submitted for publication in the Journal of the Optical Society of America
April 27, 1965
2.11
Typescript, Correspondence, Illustrations: "Binocular Vision: The Effects of Vertical Accommodation and the Moiré Effect," submitted for publication in the Journal of the Optical Society of America
April 28, 1965
2.12
Typescript, Correspondence, Illustrations: "Stereo Effects from Centrally Symmetrical Patterns," submitted for publication in the Journal of the Optical Society of America
September 1965
2.13
Typescripts, Correspondence, Illustrations: "Magnetic Loops in M 31," submitted for publication in the Journal of the British Astronomical Association
October 4, 1966
2.14
Typescripts, Correspondence, Illustrations: "A Technique for Measuring the Spiral Structure of Galaxies"
February 1967
2.15
Typescripts, Correspondence, Illustrations, Referee's Report: "Binocular Vision: Stereoscopic Properties of Ellipses," submitted from publication in the Journal of the Optical Society of America
February 1967
2.16
Typescript: "The Globular Clusters," by C. E. R. Bruce and Roger Hayward
August 22, 1967
2.17
Typescript: "Blivets - Research and Development," submitted for publication in The Worm Runner's Digest
June 1968
2.18
Typescript, Background Material: "The Jigsaw Puzzle and the Inventive Mind," submitted for publication in The Worm Runner's Digest
1968
2.19
Typescripts, Correspondence: "Blivets - The Makin's" and "Cupidons - The Survival of the Flittest," submitted for publication in The Worm Runner's Digest
November 16, 1969
2.20
Typescript: "Blivet or Not," Letter to the Editor of The Worm Runner's Digest
November 25, 1969
2.21
Typescript: No Title, Letter to the Editor of the Pasadena Star-News [re: the history of Pasadena Artist Associates]
September 11, 1970
2.22
Typescript, Correspondence: "Flower Bed Bugs," submitted for publication in The Worm Runner's Digest
March 14, 1971
2.23
Typescript, Correspondence, Illustrations: "Livits," submitted for publication in The Worm Runner's Digest
January 6, 1972
2.24
Typescript, Correspondence: "Notes about Mr. Grahame B. Ridley"
April 2, 1972
2.25
Typescript: No Title, Letter to the Editor of Applied Optics [re: the invention and development of the two-mirror Schmidt optical system]
July 8, 1973
2.26
Typescript: No Title, Letter to the Editor of the Pasadena Star-News [re: the architectural significance of the Security Pacific National Bank building. Published as "Bank Frieze"]
July 30, 1973
2.27
Typescript: "Comments on the paper 'Status and the left cheek'"
September 2, 1973
2.28
Typescript: "An Appreciation of Henry A. Babcock"
July 13, 1974
2.29
Typescript, Illustrations: "Flyleaves from a Snatchuralist's Gnote-book," submitted for publication in The Worm Runner's Digest
1974
2.003
Publications by Roger Hayward
16 folders
1917; 1962-1977
Folder
3.1
How the Lion Got His Mane. K. H. S. Enterprise, Keene High School, New Hampshire
1917
3.2
The Bouncing Billiard Ball. Recreational Mathematics Magazine, 9 (16-18)
June 1962
3.3
Some Studies of the Moebius Tape and the Moebius Rings. Recreational Mathematics Magazine, 10 (12-16)
August 1962
3.4
Whistlers. Journal of the Astronomical Society of Victoria, 15, 5 (74-79)
October 1962
3.5
Binocular Vision: The Effects of Vertical Accommodation and the Moiré Effect. Journal of the Optical Society of America, 55, 9 (1185)
September 1965
3.6
Stereo Effects from Centrally Symmetrical Patterns. Journal of the Optical Society of America, 56, 2 (255-256)
February 1966
3.7
Blivets - Research and Development. The Worm Runner's Digest, 10, 2 (89-92)
1968
3.8
The Jigsaw Puzzle and the Inventive Mind. The Worm Runner's Digest, 11, 1 (83-84)
1969
3.9
Cupidons - The Survival of the Flittest. The Worm Runner's Digest, 11, 2 (111-112)
1969
3.10
Blivets - The Makin's. The Worm Runner's Digest, 12, 2 (86-88)
1970
3.11
Flower Bed Bugs. The Worm Runner's Digest, 13, 1 (127)
1971
3.12
Livits. The Worm Runner's Digest, 13, 2 (68-72)
1971
3.13
Bank Frieze. Pasadena Star-News
August 3, 1973
3.14
Flyleaves from a Snatchuralist's Gnote-book. The Worm Runner's Digest, 16, 1 (71-75)
1974
3.15
No Title. Letter to the Editor of The Worm Runner's Digest, [re: Hayward's representations of "humanoid interactions using your symbolic representations of the flatworm as a starting point."] 17, 1 (128-129)
1975
3.16
Digititiums. The Worm Runner's Digest, 19, 2 (88-90)
1977

3:  Project Files, 1929-1971, undatedReturn to Top

4 boxes

The bundles of notes, calculations, letters and publications generated by Hayward in developing his many projects have been arranged within this series. Included as well are materials related to Hayward's ten patents as well as content documenting his contributions to numerous scientific war and defense projects, circa World War II.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
3.001
Projects: C - O
12 folders
1929-1971; 1983
Folder
1.1
Correspondence, Typescript, Legal Documents, Illustration: "Coated Materials and Method and Apparatus for Producing Same" [Unbreakable Lens Company]
1938-1939; 1942
1.2
Correspondence, Illustrations: Drinking Glass
1973
1.3
Non-Hayward Publications: Edward L. Doheny Jr. Memorial Library, University of Southern California
1983
1.4
Correspondence: Electric Motor
1940
1.5
Correspondence, Blueprints, Calculations: Foucault Pendulum
1938; 1961; 1965
1.6
Correspondence, Calculations, Non-Hayward Publications: Geologic topics including Gravity Currents, Subcrustal Flow and Earthquakes
1942; 1961
1.7
Correspondence, Non-Hayward Publication: Allan Hancock Research Foundation Building, University of Southern California
1938; 1941; 1971
1.8
Non-Hayward Publications: Los Angeles Stock Exchange building
1929; 1931
1.9
Photographs: Mariner IV Mars Flyby
22 photographs
1965
1.10
Correspondence, Background Materials: Moon Models [Griffith Observatory and Walt Disney Productions]
1934-1936; 1939; 1955
1.11
Correspondence, Illustrations, Non-Hayward Publication: Optics
1964; 1977
1.12
Notes, Illustrations: Organic Chemistry; How to Solve It: The Geometry of Molecules, by Ruth A. Walker
1971
3.002
Patents Awarded to Roger Hayward
10 folders
1937-1964
Folder
2.1
"Transparent Projection Screen," awarded to John D. Strong and Roger Hayward. Patent No. 2,200,646
1940; 1950
2.2
"Devices for Grinding and Polishing Surfaces." Patent No. 2,399,924
1937; 1946; 1951-1952; 1954; 1956
2.3
"Apparatus for Surface Generation." Patent No. 2,403,659
1946; 1962
2.4
"Optical System for Cameras." Patent No. 2,403,660
1946
2.5
"Means and a Method for Testing Optical Surfaces." Patent No. 2,430,637
1947-1948
2.6
"Bubble Level with Conical Lens." Patent No. 2,514,492
1949-1950; 1957; 1962
2.7
"Panoramic Telescope Device." Patent No. 2,625,853
1953
2.8
"Panoramic Binocular Telescope." Patent No. 2,625,854
1953
2.9
"Bassinet Mounting." Patent No. 2,752,614
1956
2.10
"Pens," awarded to Roger Hayward and William Bradley Lewis. Patent No. 3,116,720
1964
3.003
Projects: P - W
8 folders
1933-1967
Folder
3.1
Manuscript, Illustration: Pipe [improved tobacco pipe]
1952
3.2
Typescript, Illustrations: Procedures in Experimental Physics, by John D. Strong
File includes Typescript: "Notes on the Construction and Design of Instruments and Apparatus," by John D. Strong. [?]
1938
3.3
Typescript, Photographs, Correspondence, Calculations, Non-Hayward Publications: Schmidt Telescopes
1938-1939; 1946; 1949; 1966
3.4
Typescript, Correspondence: A Search for Understanding, film script developed by Wexler Film Productions
1967-1968
3.5
Photographs, Blueprints, Correspondence, Non-Hayward Publications: Surveyor Program Lunar Modules and Moon Missions
1965-1967
3.6
Typescripts, Correspondence, Illustrations, Calculations: Underwater Periscope
File includes Typescript: "An Underwater Periscope," by Paul B. Archibald, final version dated December 15, 1959 .
1959
3.7
Correspondence, Illustrations, Non-Hayward Publications: Vision and Color Theory
1933-1934; 1939; 1960-1962; 1964-1969
3.8
Photograph, Manuscript, Typescript, Correspondence, Calculations: Walnut Cracking Device
1936-1937
3.004
War and Defense Projects
13 folders
1942-1952; undated
Folder
4.1
Correspondence: War and Defense Projects
1943-1944
4.2
Correspondence: War and Defense Projects
1945-1946
4.3
Correspondence: War and Defense Projects
1947-1948
4.4
Correspondence: War and Defense Projects
1949-1952
4.5
Typescripts, Illustrations: "Scanning Device," "Binocular Scanning Device" and "With Binocular Scanning Device Rolling Cylinder," invention disclosures by Roger Hayward.
1942
4.6
Typescripts, Publication: "Position Firing" and "Program on Development of Equipment for Flexible Gunnery"
1942
4.7
Internal Report: "The Development of Methods for the Production of Roof Prisms," Third Progress Report, National Defense Research Committee, Contract No. OEMsr 101
1942
4.8
Typescript: "Bowen-McMath Program for Aerial Photography"
1944
4.9
Photographs, Typescripts, Illustrations, Field Data: gun turrets
1947
4.10
Illustrated Manuscript: "The Attack Shot Made Easy," by Roger Hayward
"The Attack Shot Made Easy" is a comic book-style educational manual developed by Hayward for use by U.S. aerial gunners during World War II.
ca. 1940s
4.11
Manuscript, Typescript: "Report on Neon Tube Camera"
1951
4.12
Illustration: "Device for Demonstrating Effect of Gravity on Trajection," [bullet drop device]
undated
4.13
Assorted Calculations: War and Defense Projects
undated

4:  Sketchbooks and Artworks, 1909-1976, undatedReturn to Top

4 boxes

Multiple sketchbooks and loose art works are organized within this series. While over the course of his life, Hayward worked in multiple media, most of the art works held in the Hayward Papers are pencil drawings, pen and ink works or prints of etchings.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
4.001
Sketchbooks by Roger Hayward
8 sketchbooks
1909-1926
Folder
1.1
Sketchbook
Consists of still life pencil drawings created by Hayward at age 10. Includes Hayward's table of contents.
1909
1.2
Sketchbook
Consists of still life, nature and portrait pencil drawings (among them portraits of Hayward's brother and of Abraham Lincoln) created by Hayward as a boy. Includes Hayward's table of contents. Also includes a portrait drawn by Hayward's mother, Ina.
1910-1911
1.3
Sketchbook
Consists of pencil drawings and watercolors of New England scenes - still life and landscape scenes, cartoon figures, profiles and figure studies. Annotated works include "Keene [New Hampshire] from Grays Hill" and "Gen. Jim Wilson House." Autographed "Glück Auf, W. P. Phelps." [Hayward's grandfather William P. Phelps]
1916-1917
1.4
Sketchbook
Consists of pencil and charcoal drawings of Boston-area scenes, including landscapes, buildings, sailboats, still lifes and figure studies. Annotated works include "Fenway" [multiple], "Bumpkin Island 'Barracks'/Camp Burrage," "Esplanad," "Jap. lantern" and "Jap. seabird." First page annotated "Roger Hayward, U. S. S. Topeka, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H."
1917
1.5
Sketchbook
Consists of pencil and charcoal drawings of Boston-area and Massachusetts Institute of Technology scenes. Includes architectural depictions, museum pieces, portraits and nude studies. Annotated works include "Cambridge Bridge," "Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts," "APOXYOMENOS," "16th & 17th century Persian glass, Venetian influence," "Arabian Lattice" and "Italian Mask, XVIth Century."
1917-1918
1.6
Sketchbook
Consists of Boston-area Gothic architectural and artistic renderings done in pencil, as well as a cartoon drawing of fish. Annotated works include "Pew, Park Hill Church," "Cornice over front door, Park Hill Church," "frieze for cornice," "Seat at base of Boston Public Library," "Lamp base vestibule - Boston Public Library."
1920
1.7
Sketchbook
Dating to Roger and Betty Hayward's art trip to Europe, this sketchbook contains pencil drawings and schematics of Gothic buildings and architectural features. Annotated works include "Gargoyle - The Tor, Glastonbury," "Cirencester," [multiple] "Fairford - England," [multiple] "Clare College Bridge, Cambridge," "Fan Vaulting, King's College Chapel, Cambridge," "S. Benedict, Cambridge, Pre-Norman Tower," "Dorset Sq[uare], London," "Vaulting, South Aisle, Henry VII Chapel, Westminster Abby," "British Museum, Nimroud Rm.," "Chancel arch, S. Mary-Le-Strand, Gibbs 1717," Holy Water Basin, S. Etheldreda's - London" and "S. Kensington Museum." [multiple]Included with the sketchbook is a Typescript: "Betty Hayward's notes on European Art trip, 1926," provided by Dr. James R. Kramer.
1926
1.8
Sketchbook
A second sketchbook dating to Roger and Betty Hayward's art trip to Europe. Consists of pencil and watercolor drawings of Gothic buildings and architectural features as well as nude studies. Annotated works include "Hajia Sophia - Constantinople," "Byzantine Vaults," "Église de Kapnicarea, Athens 9th cent.," "St. Ambrogio, Milan," "St. Mark's - Venice," "Apostles Church, Cologne," "Toro Cathedral," "Salamanca," "S. Sernin - Toulouse," "Clemont-Ferrand, Notre Dame du Port," "Issoire: S. Paul," "S. Martin de Broscherville," "Bay of Abbey Church - Jumieges, Early Norman," "Peterborough Cathedral," "Bay of Ste. Trinité," "St. Leu d'Esserent," "Noyon: Langhaus," "Notre Dame - Paris," "Plate Tracery - Chartres" and "Bar Tracery - Reims."
1926
4.002
Sketchbooks by Roger Hayward
8 sketchbooks
1928-1976
Folder
2.1
Sketchbook
Consists of pencil sketches of boats, houses, landscapes, studies for color works, abstract and impossible geometric shapes, typographic studies for Christmas cards and rough portraits of Robert F. Kennedy.
1928; 1965
2.2
Sketchbook
Consists of pencil and pen sketches of geometric shapes, typography for a "Blivets" logo and rough sketches of people and faces. Also includes a series of anagrams and astronomical observations.
1935-1936; 1968
2.3
Sketchbook
Consists of pencil drawings of landscapes and the ruins of Apollonia, Cyrenaica, Libya.
1942-1943
2.4
Sketchbook
Consists of pencil and charcoal portraits and drawings of landscapes.
1947
2.5
Sketchbook
Consists of whimsical caricatures of humans and animals done in pen, pencil and charcoal. A special emphasis of this set is a series of drawings of humans with multiple heads. Set also includes depictions of human faces created out of typewritten characters.
1967-1968; 1970; 1976
2.6
Sketchbook
Consists of whimsical caricatures of humans and animals done in pen.
1970-1971
2.7
Sketchbook
Consists of whimsical charcoal caricatures of humans and animals.
1975-1976
2.8
Sketchbook
Consists of whimsical pen, pencil and charcoal caricatures of humans and animals. Certain of the drawings are sexual in nature. Others depict humans as conceptualized as coffee mugs.
1973-1974
4.003
Artworks by Roger Hayward
19 folders
Box includes an inventory of paintings by Roger Hayward, compiled by Dr. James R. Kramer.
1913-1976
Folder
3.1
Untitled self-portrait [profile sketch], annotated "R. Hayward studying awfully hard"
1913
3.2
"Dardanella?" Pen and ink drawing of a cut-away house revealing family members, pets and a domestic servant dancing to jazz music. Captioned: "Brother Jack (home of vacation) tries a little jazz after breakfast." Submitted for publication in Judge magazine
1920
3.3
Untitled drawing of an Egyptian column and pharaoh statue
October 7, 1921
3.4
Black and white photograph of an illustration by Roger Hayward titled "Tech Show 1922, The Wrong Steer." Illustration depicts a caveman, cavewoman and child riding a bull
1922
3.5
Assorted prints of etchings
Etchings primarily depict outdoor scenes, often seaside landscapes, as well as images of European cities. Scenes also include a nude study and an elderly basketweaver.
Ca. 1924 - 1926
3.6
Prints of an etching titled "Mont San Michel"
1926
3.7
Pencil study and prints of an etching titled "Siena"
1926
3.8
European art trip sketches - drawings of buildings and architectural studies
Drawings titled as follows: "Half plan of Strozzi, Early Florentine Palace," "Section thro' upper storeys of Strozzi Palace," "Perspective, Elevation of Strozzi Palace," "Detail of Cornice, Palazzo Strozzi," "Detail of Second Storey Window, Palazzo Riccardi," "Corner of Courtyard, Palazzo Strozzi, Florence," "Bronze Banner Holder," "Bronze Lantern from corner of Strozzi Palace," "Elevation of Children's Hospital," "Court, Palazzo Bevilacqua, Bologna," "A Brick Cornice," "Detail, Pal[azzo] Bevilacqua, Bologna," "Prigioni, Brescia," "Window in the Cortile of the Doges' Palace, Venice," "S. M. dei Miracoli, Venice," "Palais Corner - Spinelli, Venice," "Palais de la Cancellaria" and "Porta de Borsari, Verona."
1926
3.9
Prints of four etchings featuring images of boats floating on clouds. Etchings created for use in the Hayward family Christmas card.
Final etching in the series includes the following text: "I saw three ships come sailing in, on Christmas Day / On Christmas Day I saw three ships come sailing in / And who was in those ships all three? / Over Savior Christ and his ladye / Pray whither sailed those ships all three? / They sailed into Bethlehem, On Christmas Day / Wishes for your health and happiness from Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hayward."
1928
3.10
Published drawing of a proposed Presbyterian cathedral, Washington, D. C. From "Decadence of French Church Architecture," by Ralph Adams Cram, The Architectural Forum, 50, 3 (305-320)
March 1929
3.11
Untitled drawings of a makeshift campsite and cabin. One drawing annotated "Roger & Betty's 'camp,' The Abbott Brook [?], 1929?"
1929
3.12
Photocopies of photographed watercolors exhibited at Grace Horne's Galleries, Boston, and the Los Angeles Museum
1929
3.13
Untitled drawings of canyon scenery, possibly the Grand Canyon
June 1950
3.14
Pen and ink drawings of maps titled "Santa Fé Trip, October 1951" and "Santa Fé Trip, October 1951; East Coast trip, May-June 1952"
1952
3.15
Untitled drawings of desert scenery
October 1958
3.16
Untitled drawing of abstract geometric shapes
July 1963
3.17
Untitled still life drawing of a craftsman's workspace
July 1963
3.18
"Phantom Phuck." Pastel drawing of men's and women's shoes
May 1969
3.19
Untitled series of whimsical pen caricatures of humans and animals. Certain of the drawings are sexual in nature
1969-1973
3.20
Untitled series of abstract human and animal caricatures, published as "Digititiums" in The Worm Runner's Digest
May 1976
4.004
Artworks by Roger Hayward
9 folders
undated
Folder
4.1
Untitled architectural sketches of a building entryway
undated
4.2
Series of illustrations submitted for publication as "Blivets" in The Worm Runner's Digest
Titles as follows: "BLIVETS! Another way to see reality?," "What is Beauty?" "What we did during the Great Depression" and "KRAP."
undated
4.3
Untitled cartoon sketches
undated
4.4
Untitled drawings of faces
undated
4.5
Untitled sketches depicting harbor scenes
undated
4.6
Assorted landscape and outdoor scenes
undated
4.7
Drawings of assorted plants
Titled works as follows: "Star Flower," "Wild oats," "Lady Slipper" and "Fringed Polygala."
undated
4.8
Untitled street scene
Image depicts three people walking into a very large building.
undated
4.9
Reproductions of assorted technical drawings and textbook illustrations
undated

5:  Photographs and Biographical Materials, 1899-1980, 2007, undatedReturn to Top

4 boxes

The final series of the Hayward Papers consists of materials which document the major details of his biography. Included are a content-rich biographical scrapbook, several photographs and a lengthy newspaper clipping file.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
5.001
Biographical Scrapbook
9 in. x 12.5 in., light brown cover with dark brown binding, annotated "Roger." 74 pages.
Roger Hayward's biographical scrapbook is a major resource for those interested in his life and work. The scrapbook consists primarily of photographs and newspaper clippings documenting Hayward's affairs and art works. The scrapbook also includes a few original pieces, among them a watercolor and several prints of etchings.
1899-1938; 1951-1953
Page
1.1
Replication of a diary entry by Hayward's mother recounting the details of Roger's birth. undated Black and white photograph of a house, possibly Hayward's boyhood home. undated Black and white photographs of Roger Hayward, age 8 months. 1899 . Two photographs
1.2
Sepia-tone studio portrait of Roger Hayward as a high school senior. 1917 Black and white photographs of Roger Hayward wearing a Naval uniform. 1917 . Two photographs
Page annotated: "Graduation year = 1917. Keene High School. A volunteer in the World War, Naval Reserve."
1.3
Black and white group portrait of several men, including Roger Hayward. Annotated: "Volunteers for service in the World War, April 6, 1917 "5 in. x 4 in. watercolor painting of military barracks. Annotated: "Painted these Barracks on Bumpkin Is[land], Boston Harbor, September 1917 "Black and white photographs of Roger Hayward wearing a Naval uniform. 1917 . Two photographs
1.4
Black wood block print of a jester holding the numbers 1920 and 1921, standing on a stage labeled "Christmas 1920." Annotated: "For E. E. Clive, English Actor." 1920 Newspaper Clipping: "Sardonic Strands - Mask of Tragedy, As Interpreted by the Modern Stage," illustration by Roger Hayward. Boston Evening Transcript, May 28, 1921
1.5
Black and white photograph of an illustration by Roger Hayward advertising "First Architectural Society Smoker, Prof. C. Howard Walker will Speak." Illustration depicts a well-dressed man slouching in a chair, holding a glass and cigarette. 1921 Black and white photograph of an illustration by Roger Hayward advertising "Valentine Dance, Architectural Society." Illustration depicts a well-dressed man and woman dancing in front of a heart. 1922 Black and white photograph of an illustration by Roger Hayward advertising "Arts & Crafts Exhibit, Minstrel Show, Dancing." Illustration depicts two stereotypical caricatures of African-American men gesturing toward a painting of a female. 1922
1.6
Watercolor study of a humorous three-panel stained glass window. Illustration depicts an animated version of Hayward sleeping in the left frame, smoking, holding a book and a bottle of beer in the center frame, and again sleeping in the right frame. The image of Hayward in the center frame is seated above a box labeled "S. S. P. Co." which refers to S. S. Pierce Company, a Boston purveyor of fine foods. 1921 Black and white photograph of a revised version of the three-panel stained glass window piece. In this version "S. S. P. Co." is replaced with "Technique," the title of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology yearbook. The revised version also includes an inscribed annotation: "Memorial in Appreciation of the Box Sent by the Editors of Technique, 1921 to Roger Hayward." 1921
1.7
Black and white photograph of a sculpture titled "The Primitive Kiss." Sculpture depicts a man and woman, ostensibly African, kissing with a snake mutually wrapped around their necks. Image annotated: "For the Arts & Crafts Exhibition, May 12, 1922 . This sculpture by R. Hayward was unveiled at the Roger's bldg"Black and white photographs of Hayward in Eastern dress and of Chinese motifs. Annotated: "The Copley Society - Artists' Ball." undated . Five photographs
1.8
Black and white photograph of an architectural schematic, aerial view, by Roger Hayward titled "Suburban Railroad Station." Submitted to the Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 1919
1.9
Black and white photograph of a front illustration and an architectural schematic, side view, by Roger Hayward titled "Suburban Railroad Station." Submitted to the Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 1919
1.10
Reproduction of a pen and ink drawing by Roger Hayward depicting a man and woman dancing. Drawing includes the phrase "Oh, Divine Dance! Oh, Grecian Grace! How like The Celestial Camel!" 1921 Reproduction of a pen and ink drawing by Roger Hayward depicting a person gazing at a building amidst harsh winter weather. Drawing includes the caption "Picture of a student trying to find the 'stute." 1921 Black and white photograph of a pencil drawing by Roger Hayward titled "A Grand Staircase in an Opera House." Project for Art III class, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, December 9, 1921
1.11
Black and white photograph of a pencil drawing by Roger Hayward titled "A Staircase in an Opera House." [front and aerial views] Project for Art III class, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, December 9, 1921
1.12
Black and white photograph of an illustration by Roger Hayward titled "Tech Show 1922, The Wrong Steer." Illustration depicts a caveman, cavewoman and child riding a bull, 1922
1.13
Newspaper Clipping: "An Additional Honor to Roger Hayward," [re: Hayward's receipt of the Rotch Prize from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology] Boston Evening Sentinel, June 19, 1922 Black and white photograph of a snow sculpture of a Naval officer holding a leashed dog, ca. 1923 Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward, two unidentified boys and Betty Hayward, posing next to a snow sculpture of a Naval officer holding a leashed dog, ca. 1923
1.14
Black and white photographs of a snow sculpture of a Naval officer holding a leashed dog, ca. 1923 . Two photographs
1.15
Color reproduction of an illustration by Roger Hayward titled "Tom Piper's Pig Hilltop." Illustration depicts a Scottish piper leading a pig on a leash. The Drama Club of Evanston, 1923 . Illustration is captioned: "The poster on the cover page of the program was chosen by the judges, Lorado Taft and Milo Winter as the most worthy in the national contest for a Junior Play poster; it was drawn by Roger Hayward of Roslindale, Mass."
1.16
Newspaper Clipping: "Keene Man Honored as Architect, Receiving Medal." New Hampshire Sunday Union Leader, February 10, 1923 Black and white photograph of an illustration by Roger Hayward titled "Daddy Long Legs." Illustration depicts a large spider with the face of an elderly man looming over a seated young woman. Ca. 1920s Black and white photograph of Roger, Julian, Hilda and Betty Hayward seated outdoors on a rocky surface. Roger sits beneath an umbrella, smoking a cigarette with a sketch pad resting in his lap. Julian faces the camera, Hilda and Betty are knitting and look away from the camera. Ca. 1920s
1.17
Brown tone etching of a medieval hilltop town, by Roger Hayward. Annotated "First Plate." 1924 Brown tone etching of a harbor scene, by Roger Hayward. A home on a rocky inlet is depicted in the foreground, a sailing ship appears in the background. Annotated "Second Plate." 1924
1.18
Black and white etching of a country home attached to an open-air workspace, by Roger Hayward. Ca. 1920s Black and white etching of a fishing scene, by Roger Hayward. Fishermen seated on a dock are depicted on the left of the image, while two men in row boats come ashore in the center of the image. In the background several shacks are depicted. Ca. 1920s
1.19
Black and white photographs of an elaborate demonic costume, complete with mask and artificial hands. 1923
Page is annotated: ""Klesk' the idol personified in 'A Night at an Inn,' a play by Lord Dunsancy. The part was taken by Judge Chester A. Jordan and produced in Keene May 15, 1923. Directed by Mrs. W. E. Wilber. Made by Roger Hayward."
1.20
Color reproduction of an emblem created for the Keene, New Hampshire Chamber of Commerce by Roger Hayward. Emblem features an elm tree in the background and reads "The Elm City, Member, Merchants Division, Chamber of Commerce." 1924 Newspaper Clipping: "Merchants Adopt Emblem to Denote Organization," New Hampshire Union Leader [?], October 6, 1924 Black and white etching of a Venetian canal scene, by Roger Hayward. Ca. 1920s
1.21
Newspaper Clipping: "The Eliza G. Radeke Art Museum Dedicated Today at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence," Boston Evening Transcript, April 24, 1926 . Annotated: "Roger Hayward, Delineator"Postcard featuring a captioned photograph of the "Rhode Island School of Design, Entrance to New Museum Building," 1924
1.22
Newspaper Clipping: "New Art Museum Opened Today in Providence," Boston Evening Transcript, April 24, 1926
1.23
Newspaper Clipping: untitled image of a proposed Presbyterian cathedral, Washington, D. C. Annotated: "Rendered by Roger Hayward." The New York Times Magazine, April 1, 1928 Newspaper Clipping: untitled, caption reads "Design for American Cemetery Chapel Near Fere-en-Tardenois." Annotated: "Roger. Delineator." The New York Times Magazine, July 17, 1927 Reproduced pencil drawing, caption reads "A pencil rendering by Roger Hayward showing the proposed design by Cram & Ferguson for the North Transept of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine now under construction in New York City." Pencil Points, May 1926
1.24
Newspaper Clipping: untitled, caption reads "Proposed Chapel for Aisne-Marne American Cemetery Near Belleau Wood. This and Other Designs on These Two Pages Have Been Approved by the American Battle Monuments Commission. Annotated: "Deecls of the A. E. F. Roger = Delineator." The New York Times Magazine, [?] July 17, 1927 Black and white close-up photograph of Betty and Roger Hayward, ca. 1920s Black and white close-up photograph of Roger Hayward, Betty Hayward, an elderly woman and elderly man. [Ina and Robert Hayward?] Annotated: "101 Court St." Ca. 1920s
1.25
Newspaper Clipping: "U. S. Chapel for Battlefields," unknown publication, ca. 1927 Newspaper Clipping: "The North Shore Art Association Show," unknown publication, July 23, 1928 Black and white photograph of Betty Hayward, seated and smiling near the ocean, ca. 1920s
1.26
Newspaper Clipping: "The Art Club's 49th General Show," Providence (Rhode Island) Journal, March 21, 1928 Brown tone etching print of a young man kneeling in prayer amidst an ornate cathedral setting. Included in the details of the cathedral are numerous visual allusions to the architectural profession. Annotated: "A Christmas card designed by Roger for Ralph Adams Cram," 1927
1.27
Newspaper Clipping: "Business Men and Art," Boston Herald, May 7, 1928 Newspaper Clipping: "Business Men's Exhibition - Boston Art Club," Boston Transcript, May 5, 1928
1.28
Program: Boston Business Men's Art Club, First Exhibition, May 2-12, 1928 Newspaper Clipping: "Business Men Prove Skill in Varied Fields of Art," unknown publication, May 3, 1928 Newspaper Clipping: "Products of Brush of Roger Hayward Praised," Keene (New Hampshire) Evening Sentinel, May 7, 1928 Photographs of four masks, perhaps created by Roger Hayward, ca. 1920s . Two photographs
1.29
Newspaper Clipping: Photograph of a portrait of a boy and his father. Annotated: "Portrait of Wm. T. Aldrich and son by Chas. Hopkinson. Guild of Boston Artists," unknown publication, May 1928 Photographs of a sculpture of an elderly nude woman, ca. 1920s . Five photographs
1.30
Print of an etching titled "Mont San Michel," ca. 1926 Print of an etching titled "Siena," ca. 1926
1.31
Newspaper Clipping: "In the World of Art," Boston Sunday Herald, February 12, 1928
1.32
Newspaper Clipping: "Roger Hayward Will Exhibit Water Colors," Keene (New Hampshire) Evening Sentinel, February 6, 1928 [Continued from 1.31] Newspaper Clipping: "In the World of Art," Boston Sunday Herald, February 12, 1928 Program: Exhibition of Water Colors by Roger Hayward, Grace Horne's Galleries, February 6-18, 1928
1.33
Meeting Announcement: Historical Society of Cheshire County. Annotated: "Seal (above) Designed by Roger Hayward, 1928 . Tipped in are photocopies of all six seal designs submitted by Hayward to the Historical Society
1.34
Program: Old Home Week - Reed Free Library, sponsored by the Surry [New Hampshire] Old Home Week Association. Invitation is annotated: "Original plans for the Library were made and contributed by Roger Hayward - direct descendant of Peter Hayward, the First Settler. Corner Stone laid Aug. 1, 1932." August 22, 1934 Print of an etching featuring an image of boats floating on clouds. Annotated: "A Christmas Card: Designed and Etched in 1928 by R. H.Newspaper Clipping: "Chez Grace Horne," Boston Herald, February 1929 Black and white passport photograph of Roger Hayward, August 1926
1.35
Newspaper Clipping: "Young Boston Architect Jumps Into Fame Over Night as Painter," Boston Traveler, March 1, 1929 Newspaper Clipping: "Exhibition of Paintings and Water Colors by Roger Hayward, Grace Horne's Galleries," unknown publication, February 1929 Newspaper Clipping: "Art in Boston, Grace Horne's Galleries," Christian Science Monitor, February 1929
1.36
Newspaper Clipping: "Roger Hayward Exhibits His Water Colors and Oil Paintings," Boston Post, February 23, 1929 Program: Exhibition of Paintings and Water Colors by Roger Hayward, Grace Horne's Galleries, February 11-23, 1929 Newspaper Clipping: "Former Keene Man's Pictures Exhibited," Keene (New Hampshire) Evening Sentinel, February 19, 1929 Black and white photograph of two masks created by Roger Hayward. Ca. 1920s
1.37
Newspaper Clipping: "Artist Paints Anglers' Paradise," Boston Globe, February 1929 Newspaper Clippings: untitled photographs of two masks created by Roger Hayward, unknown publication, ca. 1920s . Two newspaper clippingsNewspaper Clippings: Advertisements for the Third Annual Exhibition of the Boston Society of Independent Artists. Annotated: "Fountain - by R. Hayward." Unknown publication, January 14, 1929 . Two newspaper clippings
1.38
Newspaper Clipping: "Roger Hayward's Art Work Highly Lauded," Keene (New Hampshire) Sentinel, March 4, 1929 Newspaper Clipping: "Water Colors on Exhibition Here," Boston Herald, February 27, 1929 Black and white photographic portrait of Roger Hayward, ca. 1920s Black and white photographic portrait of Betty Hayward, ca. 1920s Black and white photograph of a watercolor painting by Roger Hayward. The painting depicts a sunny path leading through the forest. Ca. 1929
1.39
Black and white photographs of Roger and Betty Hayward posing in front of their home, their garage and amidst a desert landscape. Annotated: California, arr[ived] April 20, 1929. 365 So. Wilson St. - Pasadena. 1929 . Seven photographsMagazine illustration captioned "Projected New Home of Los Angeles Stock Exchange." Annotated: "S. L. Lunden - Architect, Original Design & Rendered by Roger Hayward." Los Angeles Saturday Night, June 29, 1929
1.40
Newspaper Clipping: "Exhibits Defy Summer - Lithographs, Water Colors, Group Shows of Paintings Blossom These Warmer Days," Los Angeles Times, August 11, 1929 Black and white photographs of watercolor paintings by Roger Hayward. Paintings include images of cowboys on horseback, an industrial landscape, a still life of cacti and a carnival carousel, 1929 . Five photographsBlack and white photograph of an unidentified man.
1.41
Black and white photographs of watercolor paintings by Roger Hayward. Paintings include industrial, agricultural and western scenes, 1929 . Eight photographsFlyer: "The Role in Art," a lecture by Roger Hayward scheduled for January 18, 1951 , the Athenaeum, California Institute of Technology
1.42
Program: California Water Color Society exhibition, Los Angeles Museum, October 2 - November 3, 1929 Black and white photographs of watercolor paintings by Roger Hayward. Paintings all depict western scenes and landscapes, 1929 . Eight photographs
1.43
Black and white photographs of watercolor paintings by Roger Hayward. Paintings depict western canyon landscapes, perhaps the Grand Canyon. 1930s . Two photographsBlack and white photographs of Betty and Roger Hayward posing with their automobile. Ca. 1930s . Two photographsNewspaper Clipping: "Mid-April Brings Rush of Varied Art Exhibits," Los Angeles Times, April 17, 1932
1.44
Newspaper Clipping: untitled article re: new St. Vincent's church in Los Angeles. Annotated: "1933? Roger designs two alters & sacred emblems on walls of St. Vincents' Church for R. H. Cram. Also mosaics for the Doheny Memorial Library, University of Southern California." Unknown publication, ca. 1933 Newspaper Clipping: "More Cathedral Windows by Boston Artist," unknown publication, ca. 1933
1.45
Newspaper Illustration: "New Los Angeles Stock Exchange Building from an etching by Harrison Clarke." Annotated: "Original Design by Roger Hayward. Impedimenta by S. C. Scarpitta - Sculptor." Boston Herald, January 1931
1.46
Magazine Illustration: "Superb Bronze Doors at Entrance to New Stock Exchange." Annotated: "Roger - designer & delineator fro Sam L. Lunden." Los Angeles Saturday Night, January 10, 1931 Magazine Clipping: "Los Angeles Stock Exchange Artistic Bronze Doors," Los Angeles Saturday Night, January 10, 1931 Black and white photographs of scenes from a puppet show produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Annotated: "Puppet scenes from the Arabian Nights." Ca. 1932-1933 . Three photographs
1.47
Black and white photographs of scenes from a puppet show produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Images feature a male and female puppet wearing German dress. Ca. 1932-1933 . Eight photographs
1.48
Flyer: "The Beroju Puppet Theatre, Every Friday Night at 8:30." Annotated: "Depression Activities of 1932 & 1933. Roger, Betty and Julian."Black and white photographs of scenes from puppet shows produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Images include scenes from "Arabian Nights," a depiction of the Grim Reaper and another featuring a ballerina and French soldier. Ca. 1932-1933 . Eight photographs
1.49
Black and white photographs of scenes from puppet shows produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Images include scenes from "Arabian Nights," a depiction of an African-American vaudevillian and another of a scientist operating a machine possessing the ability to bring the dead back to life. Ca. 1932-1933 . Five photographs
1.50
Flyer: "The Beroju Puppet Theatre, Every Friday Night at 8:30," 1932-1933 Black and white photographs of scenes from puppet shows produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Images include scenes of a male and female puppet wearing German dress, a depiction of the Grim Reaper, characters in "Arabian Nights" and an orator in American colonial dress. Ca. 1932-1933 . Five photographs
1.51
Black and white photographs of scenes from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" puppet show, produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. One photograph is taken from the vantage point of the puppeteers. Ca. 1932-1933 . Three photographs
1.52
Newspaper Illustration: captioned "Model of the moon for the Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles, nears completion at the hands of Roger Hayward, architectural astronomer. When installed it will give the illusion of looking at the moon from a space-ship hovering close to its surface." Boston Sunday Herald, October 28, 1934 Black and white close-up photographs of the Griffith Observatory moon model. 1934 . Four photographs, one of which is annotated "Aristarchus"
1.53
Newspaper Clipping: "Roger Hayward, Sculptor, Assists in Making Model of Moon for Observatory," Keene (New Hampshire) Evening Sentinel, October 30, 1934 Newspaper Clipping: "Planetarium for Boston Without Government Aid," letter to the editor by R. H. Parker, Boston Herald, November 1, 1934 Newspaper Clipping: "Worcester Paper Prints Photograph of Sculptor Hayward's Moon Model," Keene (New Hampshire) Evening Sentinel, [?] November 9, 1934 Black and white photographic portrait of Roger Hayward peering at the camera out of shadow. Ca. 1930s
1.54
Newspaper Clipping: "Science, Art Completing 'L. A. Moon,'" Los Angeles Herald, November 21, 1934 Newspaper Illustration: "They've Got the Man in the Moon Hard at Work," Pasadena Post, November 14, 1934 Black and white photographic portrait of Roger Hayward, shot in profile, engulfed in shadow. Ca. 1930s
1.55
Newspaper Illustration: "Los Angeles Will Have Moon of its Own," The New York Times, November 5, 1934 . Page annotated: "The above photo-print was used as a cover design in the German magazine Die Wocke, December 1, 1934 . A photo-print similar to one in The Literary Digest was used by The London Illustrated News, November 24, 1934
1.56
Newspaper Illustration: "Modelling the Moon!" Albany (New York) Times-Union, October 18, 1934 Magazine Clipping: "An Observatory for the Public," The Literary Digest, April 20, 1935
1.57
Newspaper Clipping: "Moon Brought Down to Earth by Astronomer and Sculptor" The Christian Science Monitor, November 21, 1934
1.58
Self-portrait, in pencil, of Roger Hayward and portrait of Betty Hayward, ca. 1930s . Page annotated "Chess-men Cast in Lead"
1.59
Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward holding his glasses and looking to his right. Ca. 1930s Black and white photographic portrait of Roger Hayward, propping his head up with his right hand, looking to his left and grinning. Ca. 1930s
1.60
Black and white photographic portrait of Roger Hayward, staring directly at the camera in a serious pose. Ca. 1930s Black and white photographs of a loom designed and built by Roger Hayward as well as images of Betty Hayward using the loom. Page annotated: "Betty's Loom, made by Roger, 1935-1936 . Seven photographsBlack and white photographic portrait of Betty Hayward, seated, peering into the camera and holding a book in her lap. Ca. 1935-1936
1.62
Black and white photographs of a telescope built by Roger Hayward, ca. 1935-1936 . Eight photographs
1.64
Black and white photocopy of a Hayward family photograph. Photograph is captioned: "Left to Right (Top): Terry (wife of Peter), Roland Parker (husband of Hilda), Julian Hayward, [Julian's] twin brother Peter Hayward; Bottom: Roger, sister Hilda (Hayward) Parker, Betty (wife of Roger), Robert Hayward (father), Ina Phelps Hayward (wife [mother of Roger]), Julian's wife, [Julian's] daughter; Children: Miriam (Parker) Kramer, Nancy Hayward (daughter of Peter/Terry)." Page annotated: "At the Knoll," December 1938
1.66
Certificate: Election of Roger Hayward to Resident Membership in the University Club of Los Angeles, May 25, 1953
1.67
Black and white photographs of scenes from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" puppet show, produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Ca. 1932-1933 . Two photographs
1.68
Black and white photographs of scenes from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" puppet show, produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Ca. 1932-1933 . Two photographs
1.69
Black and white photographs of scenes from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" puppet show, produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Ca. 1932-1933 . Two photographs
1.70
Black and white photographs of scenes from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" and "Arabian Nights" puppet shows, produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Ca. 1932-1933 . Two photographs
1.71
Black and white photograph of a scene from a puppet show produced by Roger, Betty and Julian Hayward. Image depicts a demon and a preacher confronting one another. Ca. 1932-1933 Black and white photograph of two masks created by Roger Hayward. Ca. 1930s
1.72
Black and white profile photograph of Roger Hayward drinking a Pabst beer. Annotated: "At Palomar, 100-1 Shot Meeting, 1937 "Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward arranging the strings on a kite. Ca. 1930s Black and white photographs of four masks created by Roger Hayward. Ca. 1930s . Two photographs
1.73
Black and white photographs of Roger Hayward standing on a hilltop and flying a kite. Ca. 1930s . Two photographs
1.74
Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward and an unidentified woman standing on a hilltop and flying a kite. Ca. 1930s Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward holding a kite and conversing with two unidentified men standing on a porch. Ca. 1930s
1.92
Black and white photographs of Roger Hayward dressed formally and standing outdoors. Page annotated: "At Fifteen and Sixteen." 1914-1915
1.93
Black and white photograph of Hilda Hayward holding an infant Roger. Annotated: "3 mos." 1899 Black and white photograph of Hilda, Roger and mother Ina Hayward seated together on a bench. Annotated: "Roger - 6 mos." 1899 Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward standing and gesturing towards the camera with his hands. Annotated: "'The Farm' - 1.5 yrs old." 1900 Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward seated with and holding his mother Ina. Annotated: "Court St. - 4 yrs." 1903 Black and white photographs of Roger Hayward posing outdoors. In one image he is seated and examining a leaf, in another he stands amidst a flock of chickens. Page annotated: "'The Farm' 3.5 yrs." 1902 . Three photographs
1.94
Black and white photographs of Roger Hayward seated in a chair and posing. In one image he holds a model horse-drawn stagecoach. Annotated: "6 yrs. old." 1905 Black and white photograph of Roger and Ina Hayward standing in a field. Both are dressed formally and holding flowers. Ca. 1905 Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward wearing formal dress, posing outside. Annotated: "Court St., 7 yrs. old." 1906 Black and white photograph of Roger and Ina Hayward wearing formal dress and posing outside with a baby carriage. Annotated: "Roger at seven." 1906 Black and white profile photograph of Roger Hayward squatting next to the banks of a pond. Annotated: "The Frog." Ca. 1905 Black and white profile photograph of Roger Hayward seated on a log and gazing across a plain. Annotated: "Surry Mt." [Surry Mountain Lake, New Hampshire?] Ca. 1905 Black and white photographic portrait of Roger Hayward. Annotated: "7 or 8 yrs." Ca. 1907-1907
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Photographs
12 photographs
1932-1947; 1960s
Page
2.1
Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward as a young boy, seated outdoors on a wooden chair, peering to his left. Annotated: "Roger at the Stearns Farm, about 6 yrs. 'For a boy's will is the wind's will, and the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts'"
Ca. 1905
2.2
Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward examining blueprints with four colleagues at the S. E. Lunden Architecture Firm, Los Angeles, California
July 1932
2.3
Black and white photographs of Roger Hayward and Caspar Gruenfeld building the Griffith Observatory moon model, Los Angeles, California
1934
2.4
Black and white photographic portrait of Roger Hayward, propping his head up with his right hand, looking to his left and grinning
ca. 1930s
2.5
Black and white photographic portrait of Roger Hayward, looking to his left
ca. 1930s
2.6
Black and white photograph of Pauline Gilferd and Roger Hayward, seated with sketchbooks in their laps. Standing behind Gilferd and Hayward are a number of observers.
ca. 1945-1946
2.7
Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward demonstrating the use of a military machine gun. Captioned: "Three Vector Sight-Port Waist Gun. Forward side view, showing extreme position, gun depressed and aimed aft. Mt. Wilson Observatory - Pasadena, Calif"
ca. 1947
2.8
Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward demonstrating the use of a military machine gun. Captioned: "Three Vector Sight-Port Waist Gun. Forward side view, showing extreme position, gun elevated and aimed aft. Mt. Wilson Observatory - Pasadena, Calif"
ca. 1947
2.9
Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward seated with a group of men in military uniform, Mount Wilson Observatory, near Pasadena, California. Annotated: "Mt. Wilson - Santa Barbara St"
ca. 1940s
2.10
Black and white photograph of Roger Hayward squatting, smoking a cigarette and tracing with his finger an enumerated trajectory that has been drawn on the floor
ca. 1940s
2.11
Black and white photograph of an unidentified woman and Roger Hayward conversing at an outdoor art exhibit, possibly the Pasadena Art Fair
ca. 1940s
2.12
Black and white photographic portrait of Roger Hayward, chin in hand, peering to his left
ca. 1960s
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Newspaper Clippings and Magazine Articles
41 folders
1923-1936; 1942; 1952-1966; 1979; 2007
Page
3.1
Newspaper Clipping: "Keene Man Honored as Architect, Receiving Medal." New Hampshire Sunday Union Leader
February 10, 1923
3.2
Newspaper Clipping: "The Critics." Boston Evening Transcript
January 14, 1928
3.3
Newspaper Clipping: "Thieme and Hayward." Boston Herald
February 12, 1928
3.4
Newspaper Clipping: "The Art Club's 49th General Show." Providence (Rhode Island) Journal
March 21, 1928
3.5
Newspaper Clipping: "Business Men's Art Club Exhibit Opens." Boston Globe
May 2, 1928
3.6
Newspaper Clipping: "Business Men's Art Club Opens Its First Exhibit." Unknown publication
May 3, 1928
3.7
Newspaper Clipping: "Art Club Show." Boston Evening Transcript
May 19, 1928
3.8
Newspaper Clipping: "In the World of Art." Boston Herald
June 10, 1928
3.9
Newspaper Clipping: "In the World of Art." Providence (Rhode Island) Journal
July 1, 1928
3.10
Newspaper Clipping: "Bound [?] for Exhibit - Mr. Newhall's Portraits." Boston Herald
October 21, 1928
3.11
Newspaper Clipping: "Many Artists Represented at Grace Horne's Galleries." Boston Evening Transcript
January 16, 1929
3.12
Newspaper Clipping: "Roger Hayward Will Exhibit Water Colors." Keene (New Hampshire) Evening Sentinel
February 6, 1929
3.13
Newspaper Clipping: "Water Colors Flood Grace Horne Gallery." Boston Evening Transcript
February 16, 1929
3.14
Newspaper Clipping: "Art in Boston." Christian Science Monitor
February 18, 1929
3.15
Newspaper Clipping: "[truncated title]...Selects Three Paintings, One of Which Will Be Awarded $300 Purchase Prize." Boston Evening Transcript
February 23, 1929
3.16
Newspaper Clipping: "Water Colors by Roger Hayward." Boston Evening Transcript
April 3, 1929
3.17
Newspaper Clipping: "Art Exhibit at Keene Normal School." Keene (New Hampshire) Sentinel
June 6, 1929
3.18
Newspaper Clipping: "The Water Color Society." Los Angeles Times
October 20, 1929
3.19
Newspaper Clipping: "Water Colors at the Art Club Annual Show." Boston Evening Transcript
Ca. 1929
3.20
Newspaper Clipping: "Exhibit Paintings of Ancient Egyptian Tomb Interiors in Museum." Boston Herald
February 19, 1930
3.21
Newspaper Clipping: "In the World of Art." Boston Herald
February 23, 1930
3.22
Newspaper Clipping: "Department Presents California Compositions." Daily Bruin (University of California, Los Angeles)
March 3, 1931
3.23
Newspaper Clipping: "Water Colors by the Sea." Los Angeles Times
July 19, 1931
3.24
Newspaper Clipping: "Art Club Show Below Par." Los Angeles Times
November 16, 1931
3.25
Newspaper Clipping: "New Green Street Rendezvous Opens." Pasadena Star-News
November 1931
3.26
Newspaper Clipping: "An Eastern Artist Portrays the West." Boston Post
Ca. 1936
3.27
Newspaper Clipping: "California Cavalcade," by Art Penn. One-panel illustration including drawing of "The World's Largest Imitation Moon." Burbank News and Burbank Aircraft News
April 30, 1942
3.28
Newspaper Clipping: "Art Institute Reception Set." Pasadena Star-News
December 12, 1952
3.29
Newspaper Clipping: "Handweavers to Meet." Pasadena Star-News
April 27, 1953
3.30
Newspaper Clipping: "Artists, Amateurs Busy Planning for City's 10th Annual Art Fair." Pasadena Star-News
August 15, 1954
3.31
Newspaper Clipping: "Styles in Art Topic of Open Session." Pasadena Star-News
October 19, 1955
3.32
Newspaper Clipping: "Art in Tucson - Ford's Collection of Watercolors Varies from Dull to Interesting." Unknown publication
December 11, 1955
3.33
Newspaper Clipping: "Roger Hayward Elected Head of Artists' Society." Pasadena Star-News
April 26, 1956
3.34
Magazine Article: Captioned photograph of Betty and Roger Hayward ordering a meal in the University Club Tavern Room. University Club Toreador, 5, 9 (3)
Fall 1956
3.35
Newspaper Clippings: "Pasadena Artist at Sorority Meet" and "Art Exhibit Well Attended." Hi-Desert Star [Morongo Basin, California]
May 29, 1958
3.36
Newspaper Clipping: "Artist Coaches 'Orphan' - Hayward Helps Hathaway Home." Pasadena Star-News
February 9, 1959
3.37
Newspaper Clipping: "Hayward Work to be Displayed." Monrovia (Calif.) Daily News-Post
January 5, 1961
3.38
Newspaper Clipping: "Architect-Artist Has Extraordinary Gifts." Pasadena Independent Star-News
January 15, 1961
3.39
Newspaper Clipping: "Mrs. Hart Visiting Friends, Family." Pasadena Star-News
June 1, 1966
3.40
Newspaper Clipping: "Pasadena Architect Dies at 80." Pasadena Star-News
October 16, 1979
3.41
Magazine Article: "Roger Hayward, Forgotten Artist of Optics." Sky & Telescope
September 2007
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Assorted Biographical Materials
7 folders
1917-1980; undated
Page
4.1
Biographical Abstracts and Curricula Vitae
File includes Typescript: "Biography of Roger Hayward, Class of '22," by Samuel E. Lunden, January 18, 1980 .
1932-1980
4.2
Biographical Materials compiled by Dr. James R. Kramer
undated
4.3
Birth and Death Certificates
1926; 1980
4.4
Certificates, Licenses and Membership Cards
1917-1918; 1926-1928; 1934; 1937; 1939; 1943; 1945-1946; 1948; 1951; 1965; 1973; 1979
4.5
Financial Materials
File includes correspondence with the purchasers of the Haywards' Pasadena home, 1974
1925; 1927-1929; 1933-1934; 1974
4.6
Genealogical Materials
undated
4.7
Assorted Materials re: New Hampshire
1917; 1928; 1968

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Architecture--California--Los Angeles.
  • Architecture--Massachusetts--Boston.
  • Molecular structure.
  • Molecules--Models.
  • Moon--Relief models.
  • Optics and art.
  • Patents.
  • Reflecting telescopes--Design and construction.
  • Schmidt telescopes.
  • Science publishing.
  • Scientific illustration.
  • Technical illustration.
  • Corporate Names :
  • California Institute of Technology.
  • Cram and Ferguson.
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • W.H. Freeman and Company.
  • Walt Disney Company.
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Drawings (visual works)
  • Etchings (prints)
  • Photographic prints.
  • Scientific illustrations (images)
  • Scrapbooks.
  • Sketchbooks.
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Flanagan, Dennis, 1919-2005. (creator)
    • Ingalls, Albert G. (Albert Graham) (creator)
    • Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994. (creator)
    • Stong, Clair L. (creator)
    • Strong, John, 1905- (creator)
    • Corporate Names :
    • W.H. Freeman and Company. (creator)