John N. DeHaas Papers, 1960-2004  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
DeHaas, John N.
Title
John N. DeHaas Papers
Dates
1960-2004
Quantity
6.4 linear feet
Collection Number
Collection 2119, MtBC, us (collection)
Summary
The John N. DeHaas papers consist of documents, photographs, 35 mm transparencies, and architectural drawings created or collected by DeHaas from 1964-2004. The materials in this collection have been organized into three series; teaching materials, research materials, and architectural drawings. Within each series the files are organized alphabetically by subject according to the folder title assigned by DeHaas. Of interest are the manuscript drafts for Ghost Towns, Historic Sites and Mining Camps of Montana and Footlights and Fire Engines in Series two.
Repository
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT
59717-3320
Telephone: 406-994-4242
Fax: 406-994-2851
spcoll@www.lib.montana.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

John N. DeHaas was born July 3, 1926 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He married Bernice Wallace in 1950 and had two children. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Texas A and M University in 1948. In 1948 he received his Master of Education from Texas A and M University in 1950. DeHaas was appointed to the School of Architecture at Montana State University in 1951. He was Instructor of Architecture from 1951 to 1954, Assistant Professor of Architecture from 1954-1960, Associate Professor of Architecture from 1960-1968, Professor of Architecture from 1968-1980. He was awarded the rank of Professor Emeritus in Architecture circa 1980.

DeHaas served as a member of the State Historic Preservation Advisory Board, the Gallatin County Historic Preservation Board, the American Institute of Architects Historic Resources Committee, and co-founded the Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society. he was author of Montana's Historic Structures, volume 1, 1964, volume 2, 1969; Footlights and Fire Engines, October 1967; Central Montana Ghost Towns, 1975; Ghost Towns of Montana, 1970; and Historic Uptown Butte, 1977. Mr. DeHaas died April 7, 2011.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The John N. DeHaas papers consist of documents, photographs, 35 mm transparencies, and architectural drawings created or collected by DeHaas from 1964-2004. The materials in this collection have been organized into three series; teaching materials, research materials, and architectural drawings. Within each series the files are organized alphabetically by subject according to the folder title assigned by DeHaas. Of interest are the manuscript drafts for Ghost Towns, Historic Sites and Mining Camps of Montana and Footlights and Fire Engines in Series two.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series 1:  Teaching MaterialsReturn to Top

The files in this series pertain to DeHaas' teaching materials and have been organized alphabetically by subject. Topics include architecture, mining, field trips, history theory, photography, and student projects.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Adaptive Use - Historic Structures
1/2
The American Log Cabin - Brad Altman
1/3
Architectural History - Gerry Frost
1/4
Architectural History - Gordon Whirry
1/5
Architecture 327
1/6
Architecture 363 - Jim McArthur
1/7
Architecture 427 - Term Project - Deborah Kane
1/8
Architecture 429 - Teacher Evaluation
1979
1/9
Architecture 429 - Teacher Evaluation
1980
1/10
Architecture 435
1/11
Architecture 440 and 221
1/12
Architecture 470
1/13
Architecture 470 Special Problems
Historic Structures Research
1/14
Architecture 480
1/15
Architecture 480 - Craig Feldman
1/16
Architecture 555
1/17
Architecture - Knut Skram
1/18
Architecture Thesis Grading Sheets
1/19
Architecture - U.S.A. - Colonial to the Eclectic Period Roots of Contemporary Architecture
1/20
Architecture - U.S.A. - Colonial to the Eclectic Period Roots of Contemporary Architecture
1/21
"Coal and Copper" - Tim Hysell and Dan Fairchild
1/22
Collective Drawings - Calmer Ensness
1/23
Copper and Coal Mining of Montana - Tim Hysell
1/24
Court House, Sheridan County, Wyoming - Kayle Haworth
1/25
Creative Arts Building Program - Rev. 7170
1/26
Creative Arts Complex
1/27
Etruria and the Etruscans - J. Bruce Anderson
1/28
Etruscan, Roman, Early Christian, Byzantine
1/29
Etruscan, Roman, Early Christian, Byzantine
1/30
Evolution of Architectural Styles
1/31
The False Front in Montana - Dave Skelton
1/32
Field Trip
1968
1/33
Field Trip
1975
1/34
Field Trip - Chicago with Option of Detroit
1/35
Field Trip - Dallas - Fort Worth
1/36
Field Trip - Denver
1/37
Field Trip - Oklahoma City
1/38
Field Trips - Proposed Locations, Etc.
1960-1961
1/39
Field Trip - San Francisco
1962
1/40
Field Trip - San Francisco
1968
1/41
Field Trip - San Francisco
1978
1/42
Field Trip - San Francisco, Information
1/43
Field Trip - Summary
1/44
Gold - Hampton and Bensimon
1/45
"History Notebook" - Dan Fairchild
1/46
History Theory
1/47
History Theory
1/48
The Influence of Militarism upon Architectural Expression - John N DeHaas, Jr.
1/49
Islamic Romanesque
1/50
Islamic Romanesque
1/51
John DeHaas Student Records
2/1
Gothic
2/2
Gothic
2/3
Grand Lincoln Hotel - John Ellingsen
2/4
Lectures on Architecture
2/5
Life and Times of the Early Miners - Tim Hysell
2/6
Log Cabin Construction - Warren Hampton and Ken Bensimon
2/7
Louisiana - Buffuto
2/8
Mexico 70 - Co-Chairmen: Richard Lohmuller, Thomas Tibbles
2/9
Minoan, Mycenaean, Greek
2/10
Minoan, Mycenaean, Greek
2/11
Notes for Project Paper - Aboriginal History
2/12
Old Trail Town - Glen Murray
2/13
Outline of Frank Lloyd Wright in the Bitter Root Valley - Robert Woods
2/14
A Palace for Eternity - J. Bruce. Anderson
2/15
Photography
2/16
Pre-Historic, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Persian, Hittites, Sassanian, Hebew
2/17
Pre-Historic, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Persian, Hittites, Sassanian, Hebew
2/18
Proposed Montana State University Preservation Option
2/19
Red Bluff, Montana - Doug Oswood and Darrell Swanson
2/20
Renaissance, French - German and Austrian - English
2/21
Renaissance - Itailian - Florence and Venice and Rome - Spanish
2/22
Renaissance - Itailian - Florence and Venice and Rome - Spanish
2/23
Slide Identification Material
2/24
Slides of Architecture o Listings, Correspondence, Information
2/25
Slide Lists History I, II, and III
2/26
Special Photography Course

Series 2:  Research MaterialsReturn to Top

The records in this series concern research material collected or created by DeHaas and have been organized alphabetically by subject. Topics include the Historic American Buildings Survey, architecture, construction, mining, railroads, ghost towns, and Yellowstone Park. As regards DeHaas' interest in ghost towns, a collection of Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society newsletters are available in Special Collections' stacks; please ask staff for additional information.

Of interest in box 2 a draft of Ghost Towns, Historic Sites and Mining Camps of Montana can be found in folder 45. A draft of Footlights and Fire Engines is located in box 3 folder 28. A comprehensive report of the Helena, Montana Last Chance Gulch urban renewal project has been placed at the end of this series.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
2/27
A.C.S.A
2/28
American Institute of Architects
2/29
American Institute of Architects Regional Preservation Program
2/30
Anaconda Housing and Urban Development Trial
2/31
Architects: Anaconda
1910-1918
2/32
Architects: Billings
1907-1919
2/33
Architects: Bozeman
1902-1919
2/34
Architects: Butte
1896-1918
2/35
Architects: Helena
1890-1920
2/36
Architecture Archives
2/37
Architecture Survey Forms
2/38
Arastre Mill and General Mining Information
2/39
Art Deco
2/40
Banks
2/41
Barns
2/42
Barrier Free Environment
2/43
Bell, Charles E.
2/44
Black, Henry N.
2/45
Book Draft
2/46
Bozeman - Data, Photos
2/47
Bozeman Methodist Church
2/48
Bozeman Survey
2/49
Bozeman Notes
2/50
Benevolent and Protective Oder of Elks Bozeman Lodge No. 463
2/51
Bricks
2/52
Bruce Goff
2/53
Butte - Building Permits
2/54
Butte - C.B.D. Contract
2/55
Butte - C.B.D. Survey
2/56
Butte Project C.B.D. Correspondence
3/1
Butte's Architects
3/2
Cast Iron
3/3
Cataldo Mission
3/4
Catchfly Starch
3/5
Columbian Exhibition
1893
3/6
Committee Historic Resources - American Institute of Architects
3/7
Community Development
3/8
Correspondence
1964-1973
3/9
Correspondence
1972-1976
3/10
Correspondence
1984-2004
3/11
Correspondence
1992
3/12
Correspondence
1993
3/13
Correspondence
1994
3/14
Correspondence
1995
3/15
Correspondence
1996
3/16
Correspondence
1997-1998
3/17
County History, Vivian Paladin
3/18
Coyle Prints, Catalog and Prices
3/19
Custer
3/20
Dempsey - Gibbons at Shelby
3/21
Dredge Boats
3/22
Early Montana Theater
1865-1930
3/23
Economic Benefits of Preserving Old Building Conference Seattle
July 31-August 2, 1975
3/24
Ellingsen, John
3/25
Enzymes
3/26
Fish and Game Historic Sites Correspondence
3/27
Fermentation Studies
3/28
Footlights and Fire Engines by the DeHaas - Magazine Articles
3/29
Frank Lloyd Wright in Montana
3/30
Gas Station
3/31
Ghost Town Exhibit
3/32
Ghost Towns, Historic Sites and Mining Camps
3/33
Governor's Committee on Historic Sites
3/34
Grant Writing
3/35
Haire, C.S.
3/36
Hancock Brothers - Fargo, North Dakota and Bozeman, Montana
3/37
Historic American Buildings Survey
3/38
Historic American Buildings Survey 13
3/39
Historic American Buildings Survey 14
3/40
Historic American Buildings Survey 15
3/41
Historic American Buildings Survey 16
3/42
Historic American Buildings Survey 17
3/43
Historic American Buildings Survey 22
3/44
Historic American Buildings Survey 23
3/45
Historic American Buildings Survey 24
3/46
Historic American Buildings Survey 25
3/47
Historic American Buildings Survey 26
3/48
Historic American Buildings Survey 27
3/49
Historic American Buildings Survey 28
3/50
Historic American Buildings Survey 29
3/51
Historic American Buildings Survey 30
3/52
Historic American Buildings Survey 31
3/53
Historic American Buildings Survey 36
3/54
Historic American Buildings Survey 37
3/55
Historic American Buildings Survey 37
(109)
3/56
Historic American Buildings Survey 38
3/57
Historic American Buildings Survey 39
3/58
Historic American Buildings Survey 40
3/59
Historic American Buildings Survey 41
3/60
Historic American Buildings Survey 42
3/61
Historic American Buildings Survey 43_
3/62
Historic American Buildings Survey 44
3/63
Historic American Buildings Survey 45
3/64
Historic American Buildings Survey 50
3/65
Historic American Buildings Survey 51
3/66
Historic American Buildings Survey 52
3/67
Historic American Buildings Survey 53
3/68
Historic American Buildings Survey 54
3/69
Historic American Buildings Survey 55
3/70
Historic American Buildings Survey 56
3/71
Historic American Buildings Survey - Additional Information
3/72
Historic American Buildings Survey Inventory
1968-1969
3/73
Historic American Buildings Survey Inventory Class III
3/74
Historic American Buildings Survey Inventory Early sheets
1935
3/75
Historic American Buildings Survey - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
3/76
Historic American Buildings Survey Report - South Dakota Capital
3/77
Historic American Buildings Survey Write -ups: Helena, 17 units
1968-1968
4/1
Historic American Buildings Survey Write-ups. Final Drafts
1965
4/2
Historic Preservation, Office - Bozeman
4/3
Historic Signs - Proposed Montana Sign
4/4
Historic Sites and Antiques Advisory Council Agenda
4/5
Historic Sites Compendium
1973
4/6
Historic Sites Report 1973 - State Inventory
4/7
Historical Notes - from the Museum of the Rockies
4/8
History - General Agricultural Archaeology
4/9
Hyalite
4/10
Indian Culture
4/11
Indian Tee Pee (Tipi)
4/12
Ion Exchange Resins
4/13
Irma Hotel - Cody, Wyoming
4/14
It Happened in Montana
4/15
Kidder Specs.
circa 1890
4/16
Killen's House Remodeling
4/17
Kitchens. Student Research Paper
4/18
Link, John G.
4/19
Log Cabin Construction
4/20
The Manufacture of Terra Cotta in Chicago
4/21
Masonic Temple. Anaconda - Report of Damage
4/22
Membership Forms
4/23
Mini-Tours of Montana
4/24
Miscellaneous Data from Newspapers
4/25
Miscellaneous National Register Nominations and Survey Forms
4/26
Missoula
(A.J. Gibson and Olf Bakke)
4/27
Montana Architects
4/28
Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society
4/29
Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society
4/30
Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society
4/31
Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society, Correspondence
4/32
Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society, Lewistown Booklet
4/33
Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society Minutes
1975-1983
4/34
Montana Mining Sites
4/35
Montana Outdoors Article
4/36
Montana State Board of Architectural Examiners
4/37
Montana State Board of Architectural Examiners
4/38
Mortar
4/39
Museum of the Rockies
4/40
National Park Service Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation. Washington, D.C.
4/41
National Register Examples
4/42
National Register Forms
1977
4/43
National Register Forms
1978
4/44
National Register Nominations
1978
4/45
National Register of Historic Places Inventory
5/1
National Register of Historic Places Inventory
5/2
National Register Reports
1976
5/3
National Register Sites in Montana
5/4
National Trust
5/5
National Trust for Historic Preservation
5/6
National Trust Summer School - Attingham Park, England
5/7
Newspapers
5/8
Old Faithfull Inn - Yellowstone Park
5/9
Organs
5/10
Occupational Safety Health Administration
5/11
Photo - Data Reports: 1967-1968
5/12
Planning - Montana Towns
5/13
Preservation
5/14
Publication, Magazines, etc.
5/15
Publicity
5/16
Purcell and Elmslile Architects
5/17
Railroads in Montana
(Historical Sketch)
5/18
Railroads of Montana - Additional Information
(1976)
5/19
Railroads of Montana - Copies of Existing Files
5/20
Railroads of Montana - New Material
5/21
Railroads - Other
5/22
Reamer
5/23
Reports
5/24
Restoration Firms
5/25
Restoration of the Governor's Old Mansion
5/26
Resume
5/27
The Rome Center - The International Center for Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property Rome - Italy
5/28
Saint Mary's, Stevensville, Ravalli County
5/29
Sanborn Maps
5/30
Sanborn's - History
5/31
Sand Creek, Montana
5/32
Save the Chamber
5/33
Selected Bibliography - Montana Ghost Towns and Mining
5/34
Seventy-Five Years (and a little more) of Architecture at Montana State
5/35
Seventy-Five Year History of Montana State University
5/36
Sheridan Inn, Sheridan Wyoming
5/37
Slide Data
5/38
South Willson Historic District
1978
5/39
State Inventory
1976
5/40
State Inventory
1978
5/41
State Inventory of Historic Sites
5/42
State Preservation Committee Reports
5/43
Study of Barley and Amylases
5/44
Texas A and M - Department of Architecture
5/45
Tax Certification
5/46
Tourism: A Blight or a Blessing. Conference - Glasgow and Glendive
August 25-26, 1976
5/47
T.A. Moulton Ranch - Moose, Wyoming
5/48
Time Records - Monthly Records of Jobs
5/49
U.T.M. Grid
6/1
Visual Adaptation
6/2
Wally Byam
6/3
West Yellowstone
6/4
Western History
6/5
Wilford Hopkins Reminiscences
6/6
Willson, Fred
6/7
Yellowstone Park Buildings
Box
7
Last Chance Gulch Urban Renewal Project
1969-1972
8
Last Chance Gulch Urban Renewal Project
1969-1972

Series 3:  Architectural DrawingsReturn to Top

136 architectural drawings created or collected by DeHaas. The majority of the drawings represent work done in Montana including residential and commercial plans, remodels and restoration, diagrams, and town site maps. Some DeHaas drawing sets were donated to MSU as portions of different architectural collection accessions and have not been included with the sets described in this series. Drawing sets 71, 81, and 84 have specification booklets that are located in Box 7, these sets are denoted with an asterisk (*). To assist researchers in identifying specific drawing sets, regardless of their location, a special online catalog is available. "Click here for access to the Architectural Drawing Catalog."

Container(s) Description Dates
001: Proposed remodeling of the R.G. Duntsch home
1966
002: City Plan, Bozeman Montana - master street plan
003: Print room table and paper storage unit
1959
004: Pat O'Connell Residence
1977
005: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Graeme Baker
1956
006: Design for the Development of a Civic Center
1958
007: Restoration of the Pierre Wibaux House and assorted site plans
1975
008: Additions to the Residence of Mr. and Mrs. John N. DeHaas, Jr.
1954
009: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kirchhoff
1958
010: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scheel
011: A Residence for Mrs. Margaret J. Weaver
1959
012: Proposed new Ravalli County Courthouse
1974
013: Navasota Medical Clinic design contest
014: A Swimming Pool, Fence and Porch and a Carport Addition for the R.H. Devoe Residence
1967
015: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Neal F. Weaver
1958
016: Belgrade Veterinary Hospital
1973
017: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Holker
1959
018: Valley View Golf Club Building Plans
1961
019: A House for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirwin
1965
020: A Residence for Harriette Cushman
1956
021: A Residence for George T. Davis
1957
022: The William C. Child Ranch, the Octagonal House
023: Proposed Chemistry Building Addition (Montana State University-Bozeman)
1959
024: Universal Enterprises Inc. - various Memorial Parks
1962
025: A Proposed Motel for Clarence J. Trentman
1955
026: A Cabin remodel for Alva Flower
1972
027: Proposed design for display of the old fire bell at Bozeman City Hall - Fire Station
1973
028: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Weaver, Jr.
1959
029: A rendering of the Sunset Chapel
030: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Alva Flower
031: A Residence for Miss Katherine Fisher
032: A Residence for Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Safford
1953
033: Bar and Restaurant for Bowman Corner
1963
034: A Residence for J.N. DeHaas, Sr.
1948
035: House plans for Bruce Mecklenburg/Proposed Residence for Bruce Mecklenburg and Howard Gower
1956
036: Spring Creek Addition Entrance Gateway
037: A Proposed House Remodeling for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson
1962
038: Diagrams of large letters (Noel)
039: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood
1959
040: Addition the R.G. Soper Residence
1972
041: Remodeling of the Robert C. Graham Residence
1966
042: A Clinic for Dr. R. Means
1955
043: A Residence for E.E. DeCosse
044: A Metal Bike Rack
1972
045: Remodeling of Paul W. Jennings Residence
1974
046: Bozeman United Methodist Church
1976
047: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Johnson
1955
048: Restoration drawings for School and Masonic Temple
1975
049: Nine Types of Log Joints
050: Framed and Lighted Box for Officer's Photographs - BPOE #463
1966
051: A Proposed School Building for Paradise Valley Consolidation
052: A Proposed Clinic for Dr. E. King
circa 1955
053: Proposed Civic Center
054: Capitol - rotunda and court areas
055: Competitive sketch for Anaconda City Hall, etc.
1895
056: Theatre Building for Washoe Amusement Company
1930
057: Building for Judith Lodges No. 30 Inc. [IOOF/KP]
1914
058: Elks' Club alterations
1963
059: A funeral home for Jerry Cloyd
1961
061: Missoula County Courthouse renovations
062: Deer Lodge Museum
1977
063: Fort Benton Old Fire Engine House restoration
1978
064: Voss Inn remodel
1983
065: Old Faithful Tavern, YNP, Upper Basin
1903
066: Residences D and E for Mr. A.J. Dean
1928
067: Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mayfield
1952
068: An Office Building for Jefferson County
1977
069: Northern Pacific RR - Missoula Station
1901
070: Northern Pacific RR - Billings Station
1908
071: Madison County Courthouse remodel
1973
072: Colwell Bldg. - restoration and addition
1977
073: Marcus Daly Motel-Hotel remodeling
1964
074: Proposed SAE Addition and remodel
075: Remodel of house for Mr. and Mrs. O. Wirak
1956
076: Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity House
1958
077: Flynn Farmhouse
1977
078: Malmborg Octagonal School
079: Tracy House
080: Gallatin Gateway Station for Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Ry. (Gallatin Gateway Inn)
1927
081: Restoration of Hearst Free Library
1975
082: Remodel of Old Livingston Jail
1977
083: Hamilton City Hall
084: Antique Block, Facade Restoration and Structural Renovation
1976
085: Bass Residence
086: Proposed Main Hall - Montana State Agricultural College
087: Monte Cristo house plan
088: Dormitory for Hamilton Stores, Old Faithful, YNP
1952
089: Interior restoration of the Montana State Governor's Old Mansion (William A. Chessman Mansion)
1972
090: Old Governor's Mansion preliminary drawings
1971
091: Gallatin County Fairgrounds Site proposed Master Plan
circa 1979
092: Bannack town site with ownership plotted
1968
093: J.K. Wells Hotel
1970
094: F.A. Davy's Store
1970
095: Kelly's Saloon
1970
096: Grand Union Hotel
1970
097: Reed's Fort Post Office
098: Town Site map - Pony, Montana
1902
099: House remodel
1980
100: Building for T.C. Power
1889
101: Ruby Theater remodel
102: School building
103: Gallatin State Bank remodel, 1st floor
104: Residence for T.C. Power
105: Metals Bank Rehabilitation Project - 7th Floor- Restaurant and Lounge
106: Plan for Louis Accola residence
1900
107: Elevations and Plans for a Garage for Mr. Louis Accola
1912
108: Presentation for Zales Ecton house
109: John S. Mendenhall home
1890
110: Bozeman City Hall and Opera House
1914
111: Julia Martin House
112: A Residence for Mr. and Mrs. J.N. DeHaas
July 16, 1953
113: Townhouse Plans for: Village Greens Townhouses
114: Sun Angle Chart for Latitude 45° North
115: Parkside Duplex
June 8, 2004
116: Bozeman United Methodist Church - Addition and Remodeling
July 16, 1993
117: Building as a System
1966
118: Proposed Platform Design - Rankin Ranch
October 25, 1976
119: Residence of Joe Q. Public
120: Plat of Midland Empire Fairgrounds
1916
121: Plat of the Claim of John R. Lucas et al.
October 22 to 24, 1913
122: Atlas Building
March 15, 1969
123: Design of a Hamburger Stand
July 12, 1951
124: Existing Tatum House
April 3, 1969
125: Residence for J.N. DeHaas
126: Redesign of a Residence for J. N. DeHaas
1948
127: Five Room and Bath Residence with Garage
Box
9
071: Specifications for Madison County Courthouse Remodel
1973
9
081: Specifications for Restoration of Hearst Free Library
1975
9
084: Specifications for Antique Block, Façade Restoration and Structural Renovation
1976
box-set
9
128: Specifications for Bozeman Deaconess Foundation Hillcrest Homes Nursing Home Facility
1967
Box
9
129: Bozeman Deaconess Hospital Intensive Care Unit, (Invitation to bid)
1968
9
130: Proposal for Construction Documents for Stabilization and Preservation of an 1870's Thoroughbred Barn, Grant Kohrs Ranch
1985
10
131: Program Statement for the New Library Building, University of Montana
1966
10
132: Specifications for New Academic Unit for Montana School for the Deaf and Blind
1970
10
133: Specifications for C.M. Russell Gallery
1967
10
134: Specifications for Hospital Building Number 154 and Alterations to Buildings Numbers 142, 150, and Utilities for Veterans Administration Hospital
1961
10
135: An Application for Conveyance, "Old Federal Building"
1978
10
136: Specifications for Restoration of Façade and Stabilization of Structure for the Parchen Building

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Architecture -- Montana
  • Architecture -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Montana -- Bozeman
  • Ghost towns -- Montana
  • Historic buildings -- Montana
  • Personal Names :
  • DeHaas, John N. -- Archives
  • Geographical Names :
  • Bozeman (Mont.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Architectural drawings -- Montana
  • Occupations :
  • Architects -- Montana