Taylor A. Woolley papers, 1836-1976  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Woolley, Taylor A.
Title
Taylor A. Woolley papers
Dates
1836-1976 (inclusive)
Quantity
0.25 linear feet
Collection Number
Ms0452
Summary
The Taylor A. Woolley papers (1836-1976) consist of correspondence and architectural drawings from Woolley's career as an architect. Woolley worked in the studio of Frank Lloyd Wright before establishing a partnership with Miles Miller and Clifford Evans. He was also a member of the presidency of the Salt Lake Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and was appointed State Architect under the administration of Governor Henry H. Blood.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
SPCreference@lists.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Taylor A. Woolley (1884-1965) was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, on October 10, 1884, the second child of Taylor Harrar Woolley and Caroline Louise Ahlstrom Woolley. After receiving architectural training in the Salt Lake City firm of Ware and Treganza, Woolley moved to Chicago where he attended classes at the Art Institute of Chicago. Beginning in 1908, he worked in the studio of Frank Lloyd Wright, and in 1910, Woolley accompanied Wright to Italy where they worked on the " Wasmuth Portfolio," a monograph of Wright's early work. Between 1911 and 1917, Woolley frequently moved between Salt Lake City, Chicago, and New York, working with Wright, Howard Shaw, von Holst and Fyfe, and Grosvenor Atterbury. He married Dorit Evans in Salt Lake City on December 15, 1915.

In 1917, Woolley returned to Salt Lake City permanently and entered a partnership with Miles Miller and Clifford Evans. Their firm practiced architecture and landscape architecture which was a new innovation in Salt Lake City at that time. Their early work was in the prairie style reflecting Wright's influence on Woolley's work. In later years, their designs moved more towards historical eclecticism. After the firm of Miller, Woolley, and Evans was dissolved in 1922, Woolley reopened an office with Evans. Woolley planned Highland Park, Wasatch Lawn Cemetery, Memory Grove, and the Utah State Capitol grounds. He also designed the Belvedere Apartments, automobile showrooms along Social Hall Avenue, " This Is The Place" Monument, and several L.D.S. chapels (some of these designs are included in Ms0466). He was elected to the presidency of the Salt Lake Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and was appointed State Architect under the administration of Governor Henry H. Blood. Woolley retired from active work in 1950. He had two children, a son, Nathan, and a daughter, Ellen Louise " Blossom." Woolley died on February 2, 1965.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Taylor A. Woolley papers (1836-1976) consist of correspondence and architectural drawings from Woolley's career as an architect. Included in the correspondence are several letters from Frank Lloyd Wright. Some of these letters concern the production of the " Wasmuth Portfolio," a monograph of Wright's early work in the prairie style. Woolley created many designs included in the monograph. The collection also contains copies and originals of architectural drawings by Woolley and various other architects including Frank Lloyd Wright, Howard Shaw, Dallas and Hedges, von Holst and Fyfe, Walter Burley Griffin, Francis Barry Byrne, and Frederick Thomas Bigger. Also included are microfilm copies of a wide selection of architectural drawings.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the Taylor A. Woolley papers must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: Taylor A. Woolley papers, Ms 452, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations: Ms 452.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Correspondence and Copies from MicrofilmReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
Correspondence and Copies from Microfilm
1907-1979
Box Folder
1 1
Correspondence from Frank Lloyd Wright
This folder includes color copies of letters from Frank Lloyd Wright to Taylor Woolley and to Walter B. Griffin. The folder also includes copies of letters from Frank Lloyd Wright that are addressed "To Whom it may Concern" and "To whom this may concern." Wright habitually misspells Woolley's name. The original letters are located in the Manuscripts Safe and may be requested from the curator of the Manuscripts Division.
1909-1911
1 2
Correspondence from Frank Lloyd Wright
This folder includes telegrams and photocopies of letters to Taylor Woolley from Frank Lloyd Wright.
1911-1938
1 3
Correspondence
This folder includes photocopies of letters to Taylor Woolley from sculptor Mahonri M. Young and from fellow architect Francis Barry Byrne.
1913-1917
1 4
Correspondence Listing
This folder includes descriptions of correspondence included in box 1, folders 1-3.
1 5
Personal Architectural Services of Frank Lloyd Wright
This folder includes a statement describing Wright's business practices.
1 6
Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright in Six Middle Western States
This folder includes a catalogue of buildings by Wright.
1954
1 7
Historic Site Inventory of a House at 1408 Yale Avenue, Salt Lake City, UT
This folder includes a photocopy of a student paper with descriptions, floor plans, and photos of a house designed by Taylor Woolley. It also includes a photocopy of a page from a book describing Woolley and his career.
1976
1 8
Obituary
1965
1 9
Copies from Microfilm, No.1-45
This folder includes copies of material on microfilm. The following is a listing of each image:
  • 1. Unidentified building, perspective of facade
  • 2. Design for a puppet theatre, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 3. Residence, perspective of facade, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 4. Inscription from Wasmuth by Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 5. Unidentified dwelling, Spanish Colonial
  • 6. Residence, perspective of living room, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 7. Residence, Yale Park, first floor plan, Taylor Woolley
  • 8. Residence, Yale Park, first floor plan
  • 9. Residence, Yale Park, second floor plan
  • 10. Residence, Yale Park, west elevation
  • 11. Unidentified interior, lobby
  • 12. Horseshoe Inn, bird's eye perspective, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 13. Unidentified floor plan
  • 14. Village of Bitter Root, bird's eye perspective, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 15. Village of Bitter Root, bird's eye perspective
  • 16. Unidentified residence, floor plan and perspective of facade (may be Wright's early drawings for a home and studio in Fiesole)
  • 17. "Italian Villino," floor plan and perspective of facade, 1910
  • 18. Residence for Henry Ford, block plan, Dearborn, Michigan, von Holst and Fyfe, 1914
  • 19. Residence for Henry Ford, side elevation, swimming pool
  • 20. Residence for Henry Ford, second floor plan
  • 21. Residence for Henry Ford, perspective of rear elevation
  • 22. Residence for Henry Ford, first floor plan
  • 23. Residence for Henry Ford, ground floor plan
  • 24. Residence for Henry Ford, perspective of rear elevation
  • 25. Residence, basement and foundation plan, von Holst & Fyfe, 1910
  • 26. Residence, first floor plan, von Holst & Fyfe, 1910
  • 27. Residence, second floor plan, von Holst & Fyfe, 1910
  • 28. Residence, roof plan, von Holst & Fyfe, 1910
  • 29. Residence, south elevation, von Holst & Fyfe, 1910
  • 30. Residence, roof plan, von Holst & Fyfe, 1910
  • 31. Residence, roof plan, von Holst & Fyfe, 1910
  • 32. Residence, sections A-B and C-D, chimney elevation, and chimney section, von Holst & Fyfe, 1910
  • 33. Residence, details, von Holst & Fyfe
  • 34. Residence, interior details, von Holst & Fyfe
  • 35. Hotel Lake Geneva, perspective of facade, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 36. Residence, perspective of facade, blueprint of Wasmuth plate 4, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 37. "A Small House with Lots of Room in It," perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 14, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 38. Wolf Lake Amusement Park, aerial perspective, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 7, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 39. Residence, perspective of side elevation, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 23, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 40. Residence, perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 87, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 41. Residence, perspective of facade, von Holst
  • 42. Residence, perspective of facade, von Holst
  • 43. Wolf Lake Amusement park, general view, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 6, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 44. Residence, bird's eye view, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 55, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 45. Residence, Glencoe, IL, perspective of side elevation, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 59, Frank Lloyd Wright.
1910-1914
1 10
Copies from Microfilm, No. 46-85
This folder includes copies of material on microfilm. The following is a listing of each image:
  • 46. Residence, perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 8, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 47.Browne's Bookstore, interior, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 78
  • 48. Small House, perspective, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 91, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 49. Residence, perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 42, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 50. Residence, perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 54, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 51. Wolf Lake Amusement Park, site plan, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 7, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 52. Residence, bird's eye view, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 38, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 53. Unidentified building, Egyptoid with battered corner pylons
  • 54. Canberra, Capital City of Australia, site plan, Walter Burley Griffin
  • 55. Canberra, bird's eye view
  • 56. Canberra, bird's eye view
  • 57. Canberra, bird's eye view
  • 58. Residence, perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 75, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 59. Lexington Terrace, bird's eye view, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 89, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 60. Unidentified residence, perspective of facade
  • 61. Residence for Henry Ford, perspective of facade, von Holst & Fyfe
  • 62. Residence for Henry Ford, second floor plan, von Holst & Fyfe
  • 63. Residence for Henry Ford, first floor plan scheme C, von Holst & Fyfe
  • 64. Garden Subdivision Adjoining Chicago, Area 1, Quarter Section, site plan, Byrne & Bigger, 1917
  • 65. Village of Bitter Root, site plan, Frank Lloyd Wright; 66. Village of Bitter Root, site plan, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 66. Gilmer Park Residence Development, site plan, Miller, Woolley, & Evans
  • 67. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., Chicago, IL, east and west elevations, Howard Shaw, 1908
  • 68. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., south elevation
  • 69. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., north elevation
  • 70. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., basement floor plan
  • 71. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., first floor plan
  • 72. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., second floor plan
  • 73. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., second floor plan
  • 74. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., third floor plan
  • 75. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., interior details
  • 76. Residence, 4833 Lake Ave., interior details
  • 77. Residence, 4837 Lake Ave., Chicago, IL, east and west elevations, Howard Shaw, 1908
  • 78. Residence, 4837 Lake Ave., east and west elevations
  • 79. Residence, 4837 Lake Ave., south elevation
  • 80. Residence, 4837 Lake Ave., north elevation
  • 81. Residence, 4837 Lake Ave., basement floor plan
  • 82. Residence, 4837 Lake Ave., first floor plan
  • 83. Residence, 4837 Lake Ave., second floor plan
  • 84. Residence, 4837 Lake Ave., third floor plan
  • 85. Residence, 4837 Lake Ave., interior details.
1908-1917
1 11
Copies from Microfilm, No. 86-122
This folder includes copies of material on microfilm. The following is a listing of each image:
  • 86. Residence, Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, IL, west and south elevations, Howard Shaw, 1909
  • 87. Residence, Woodlawn Ave., east and north elevations
  • 88. Residence, Woodlawn Ave., basement and first floor plans
  • 89. Residence, Woodlawn Ave., second and attic floor plans
  • 90. Residence, Woodlawn Ave., details
  • 91. Gilmer Park Residence Development, site plan, Miller, Woolley, & Evans
  • 92. Gilmer Park Residence Development, site plan
  • 93. STE Revelle, Community for C.M. Strevell, site plan, Taylor Woolley and R.J. Ashton
  • 94. Gilmer Park Residence Development, site plan
  • 95. Gilmer Park Residence Development, site plan
  • 96. Map of Salt Lake City, UT, 1907
  • 97. Map of Salt Lake City, UT, 1907
  • 98. Residence, 1252 E. 9 So. St., Salt Lake City, UT, basement floor plan, Woolley & Evans
  • 99. Residence, 1252 E. 9 So. St., basement floor plan
  • 100. Residence, 1252 E. 9 So. St., first floor plan
  • 101. Residence, 1252 E. 9 So. St., second floor plan
  • 102. Residence, 1252 E. 9 So. St., east and west elevations
  • 103. Residence, 1252 E. 9 So. St., north elevation
  • 104. Residence, 1252 E. 9 So. St., south elevation
  • 105. Residence, 1252 E. 9 So. St., heating layout
  • 106. Pony Express Route
  • 107. Four Room House, front elevation, Taylor Woolley, 1914
  • 108. Residence, foundation plan
  • 109. Residence, first floor plan
  • 110. Residence, rear and side elevations
  • 111. Residence, wall section, details and elevations
  • 112. Brick House, basement plan
  • 113. Brick House, first floor plan
  • 114. Brick House, second floor plan
  • 115. Brick House, cross section
  • 116. Brick House, front elevation
  • 117. Brick House, rear elevation
  • 118. Brick House, side elevation
  • 119. Brick House, side elevation
  • 120. Brick House, interior details
  • 121. Brick House, slip section
  • 122. Brick House, front elevation.
1907-1914
1 12
Copies from Microfilm, No. 123-185
This folder includes copies of material on microfilm. The following is a listing of each image:
  • 123. Residence, foundation plan, Taylor Woolley, 1915
  • 124. Residence, foundation plan, Taylor Woolley, 1915
  • 125. Residence, first floor plan, Taylor Woolley, 1915
  • 126. Residence, first floor plan, Taylor Woolley, 1915
  • 127. Residence, front and side elevations, Taylor Woolley, 1915
  • 128. Residence, side and front elevations, Taylor Woolley, 1915
  • 129. Residence, Yale Park, basement plan, Taylor Woolley
  • 130. Residence, Yale Park, first floor plan
  • 131. Residence, Yale Park, second floor plan
  • 132. Residence, Yale Park, second floor plan
  • 133. Residence, Yale Park, south elevation
  • 134. Residence, Yale Park, north elevation
  • 135. Residence, Yale Park, east elevation
  • 136. Residence, Yale Park, west elevation
  • 137. Residence, Yale Park, cross section
  • 138. Residence, Yale Park, scale details
  • 139. Residence, Yale Park, interior details
  • 140. House for Taylor Woolley, north elevation, Miller, Woolley, & Evans
  • 141. House for Taylor Woolley, south elevation
  • 142. House for Taylor Woolley, interior details
  • 143. House for Taylor Woolley, basement plan
  • 144. House for Taylor Woolley, east elevation
  • 145. House for Taylor Woolley, typical elevations
  • 146. House for Taylor Woolley, first floor plan
  • 147. LDS Thirteenth Ward Chapel, Woolley & Evans, 1945
  • 148. Chapel, Recreation Room, etc. for Preston Third Ward and Oneida Stake, front elevation, Woolley & Evans, 1947
  • 149. Chapel, Recreation Room, etc. for Preston Third Ward and Oneida Stake, second floor plan
  • 150. Chapel, Recreation Room, etc. for Preston Third Ward and Oneida Stake, first floor plan
  • 151. "This is the Place" Monument, Woolley & Evans and Mahonri M. Young
  • 152. "This is the Place" Monument
  • 153. "This is the Place" Monument, plot plan of site and environs, Woolley & Evans, 1945
  • 155. Mormon Trail (map), 1947
  • 156. Wasatch Lawn North Gate
  • 157. Bungalow, full size window head, Taylor Woolley
  • 158. Bungalow, full size window jamb
  • 159. Bungalow, west and east elevation
  • 160. House (Bungalow), first floor plan
  • 161. Bungalow, full size window sill
  • 162. Bungalow, section thru rail, detail of porch
  • 163. Bungalow, scale section thru wall
  • 164. Unidentified dwelling (similar to Wright's Oak Park Studio)
  • 165. Unidentified residence
  • 166. Mount Air Cabin, perspective of facade and plan, Taylor Woolley
  • 167. Design for Entrance, City Cemetery, Civic Planning and Art Commission, Salt Lake City
  • 168. Design for Entrance, City Cemetery, Civic Planning and Art Commission, Salt Lake City
  • 169. Unidentified Building
  • 170. Bungalow, south and north elevations, Taylor Woolley
  • 171. Bungalow, west and east elevations
  • 172. Bungalow, foundation plan
  • 173. Bungalow, south and north elevations
  • 174. Bungalow, scale details
  • 175. Bungalow, full size window jamb
  • 176. Bungalow, scale section thru wall, detail interior window trim
  • 177. House (Bungalow), full size window sill
  • 178. House (Bungalow), full size window jamb
  • 179. House (Bungalow), full size window
  • 180. Bungalow, section thru rail, detail of porch
  • 181. Not readable - poor copy
  • 182. Bungalow, full size base detail
  • 183. Bungalow, full size detail interior door jamb
  • 184. Residence, perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 71, Taylor Woolley
  • 185. Residence, perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 81, Frank Lloyd Wright.
1915-1947
1 13
Copies from Microfilm, No. 186-217
This folder includes copies of material on microfilm. The following is a listing of each image:
  • 186. Horseshoe Inn, Estes Park, CO, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 79, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 187. Club House, facade, University Heights, Como Orchard Land Company, Bitter Root Valley, MT, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 98, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 188. River Forest Golf Club, perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 98, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 189. Yahara Boat Club, perspective of facade and side elevation, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 28, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 190. Residence, perspective of facade, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 191. Residence, perspective of facade, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 22
  • 192. Hillside Home School, bird's eye view, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 25, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 193. Residence, perspective of facade, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 194. Residence, perspective of facade, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 195. Residence, Boston Blvd., Detroit, MI, first floor plan, von Holst & Fyfe, 1913
  • 196. Residence, Boston Blvd., elevation and second floor plan
  • 197. Unidentified residence, first floor plan
  • 198. City National Bank Building and Hotel, perspective of facade of hotel and side elevation of bank, copy of Wasmuth plate No. 94, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 199. Residence, Boston Blvd., Detroit, MI, perspective of facade, von Holst & Fyfe, 1913
  • 200. Residence for Henry Ford, fireplace design, Marion Mahoney Griffin
  • 201. Unidentified residence on microfilm No. 197, second floor plan
  • 202. Unidentified details, east and south walls
  • 203. Boat House and Pavilion, floor plans
  • 204. Boat House, front view (elevation)
  • 205. Residence, perspective of side elevation, Marion Mahoney Griffin
  • 206. Residence for Henry Ford, wall detail of music room, Marion Mahoney Griffin
  • 207. Unidentified wall detail
  • 208. Residence for Henry Ford, conservatory, Marion Mahoney Griffin
  • 209. Unidentified residence, perspective of facade
  • 210. Unidentified residence, second floor plan
  • 211. Unidentified floor plan, second story
  • 212. Unidentified floor plan, 1913
  • 213. Unidentified floor plan
  • 214. Residence, Detroit, MI, perspective of facade, 1910
  • 215. Residence, Detroit, MI, second floor plan, 1910
  • 216. Newspaper clippings describing land value, restrictions, terms, price, and boundaries for real estate land in Federal Heights, Salt Lake City, UT
  • 217. Map of Federal Heights, Salt Lake City, UT, indicating sales, 1917.
1910-1917
1 14
Taylor Woolley Archive Microfilm Listing
1 15
Correspondence between Peter Goss and Patrick Meehan
1979
1 16
General Materials
This folder contains receipts, correspondence from Edward C. Kemper to Woolley, poetry by others, an article on brewing, three sketches, and the newspaper titled, Public Ledger (volume 1, number 1). Also included is the article by Donald Corey, " So This Is Architecture."
1836; 1915; 1921

Architectural DrawingsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder
1
Gardener's Cottage, Barrington, IL, Howard Shaw, Architect
This folder includes blueprints of the following drawings: first floor plan; second floor plan; plan of basement (20.25 x 23.5 inches); section thro wall; details (18.75 x 27 inches); north, south, east, and west elevations (18.5 x 26.25 inches).
1907
2
Residence for Mr. Claude Richards
This folder includes a blueprint of the first floor plan and a perspective drawing of the facade for a residence in Highland Park designed by Dallas & Hedges (20.25 x 18 inches).
1910
3
Zion's Savings Bank, designed by Cannon and Fetzer
This folder includes a pencil drawing on tissue of an interior room (20 x 10.5 inches).
1911
4
14th Street Sub-Station for the Commonwealth Edison Company, 902-904 West 14th Street, Chicago, IL, von Holst & Fyfe, Architects
This folder includes blueprints of the following drawings:
  • Basement and first floor plans
  • Details
  • Plan thro first story windows
  • Section thro west wall and first and second floor in air intake
  • Second floor plan
  • Roof plan
  • South and north elevations
  • Longitudinal (looking east) section
  • Traverse (looking north) section
  • Longitudinal (looking west) section
  • Foundation plan
  • Framing plans
  • Roof framing plans
  • Steel details (38.75 x 26 inches)
1912
5
First National Bank Building, Freeport, IL, von Holst & Fyfe, Architects
This folder includes blueprints of the following drawings:
  • East and north elevations
  • First, second, and third floor plans
  • Roof plan
  • Basement plan
  • Second floor framing plan
  • Exterior details
  • Details of east elevation
  • Sections of details
  • East and north elevations
  • Plan of ceiling in banking room
  • Elevation in banking room (looking south) (45 x 30 inches)
The folder also includes a blueprint of the first and second floor plans and the north, south, and east elevations for a garage designed by von Holst & Fyfe (26.25 x 14.5 inches).
1912
6
Garden Subdivision adjoining Chicago, Barry Byrme, Frederick Thomas Bigger, et. al
This folder includes an ink drawing of a site plan (39.5 x 45.5 inches) for a Garden Subdivision Adjoining Chicago designed by Francis Barry Byrne & Frederick Thomas Bigger. The folder also includes ink drawings of a site plan (38.5 x 64 inches) and a bird's eye perspective (25 x 60 inches) for a Suggested Plan of Development for the Village of Bitter Root designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation Company.
1917
7
Canberra, Capital City of Australia, Walter Burley Griffin, Architect
This folder includes a site plan blueprint (29.75 x 41.25 inches) and a bird's eye perspective blueprint (25 x 60 inches).
1911
8
Unidentified Building, perspective of facade
This folder includes a color scan of the perspective drawing (33 x 22 inches).
9
Bungalow for Andrew Jackson, Windsor Street, Salt Lake City, Utah by Taylor Woolley, Architect
This folder includes original copies (ink on linen) and blueprints of the following drawings:
  • First floor plan
  • Foundation plan
  • North, south, east, and west elevations (18.25 x 15.25 inches)
The folder also includes the following pencil drawings on tissue
  • First floor plan
  • Full size window mullion
  • Full size window head
  • Scale detail of divided sash
  • Full size window sill
  • Full size window jamb
  • Full size base detail
  • Detail interior window trim
  • Full size detail interior door jambs
  • Detail of porch
Site plan includes landscape drawings of shrubbery and flower beds (various sizes). No date on plans.
10
Entwood, Log House for Ferd J. Fabian, Taylor Woolley, Architect
This folder includes blueprints of the following drawings:
  • Perspective (21.75 x 14.5 inches)
  • Foundation plan
  • First and second floor plans
  • North, south, east, and west elevations
  • Details (24.5 x 15 inches)
11
Salt Lake High School Competition
This folder includes blueprints of the following drawings:
  • First floor plan
  • End and front elevations (with writing on the back "My own work previous to March 1914")
  • Transverse and longitudinal sections (21 x 33.5 inches)
12
Taylor Woolley House and A.H. Woolley House
This folder includes blueprints of the following drawings for a House for Taylor Woolley designed by Miller, Woolley, & Evans:
  • Basement and first floor plans
  • North, south, and east elevations
  • Wall section elevation
  • Typical door trim and base (12.5 x 19 inches)
The folder also includes blueprints of the following drawings for the A.H. Woolley residence at 1252 East 900 South (current address is 1244 East 900 South), Salt Lake City, UT, designed by Woolley & Evans:
  • Basement, first, and second floor plans
  • North, south, east, and west elevations
  • Heating layout (13.25 x 20 inches)
The folder also includes the following tissues for a garage on the same lot:
  • Floor plan
  • North, east, and west elevations
The folder also includes original ink on linen drawings and blueprint copies of the following for a Cannon and HInkley residence designed by Taylor Woolley:
  • Foundation plan
  • First floor plan
  • Front and side elevations (14 x 18 inches)
1915
13
House designs for Kimball and Richards, Highland Park, Salt Lake City, Utah
This folder includes a blueprint of an elevation for a Four Room House (18 x 14 inches) designed by Taylor Woolley.The folder also includes blueprints of the following drawings for a residence designed by Taylor Woolley:
  • Rear and side elevations
  • Foundation plan
  • Basement and first floor plans
  • Details
The folder also includes blueprints of the following drawings for a Brick House (18 x 12.75 inches) designed by Taylor Woolley:
  • First and second floor plans
  • Cross section
  • Front, rear, and side elevations
  • Interior details
  • Side section
1914
14
Assorted Residence Drawings
This folder includes unidentified drawings of residences. (various dimensions)
15
Pencil Drawings
This folder includes pencil drawings of furniture, lighting etc., some for Claude Richards, some signed by Taylor Woolley (various dimensions)
16
Architectural Drawings
This folder includes elevations and a floor plan for a Summer House on the Cottonwood, elevations and floor plans for a residence in Ogden, UT, and various other pencil drawings on tissue. It also includes three blueprints of photographs and designs (various dimensions).
17
Architectural Drawings
This folder includes a pencil drawing on tissue of a Design For a Puppet Theatre by Frank Lloyd Wright(25 x 12.5 inches). The folder also includes an unknown residence (20.5 by 11.5 inches) and Frank Lloyd Wright's Oak Park studio (19.25 x 14 inches)
18
Architectural Drawings
This folder includes blueprints of a perspective drawing of a Club House and a perspective drawing of a typical town cottage for a Suggested Plan of Development for the Village of Bitter Root designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation Company.The folder also includes a blueprint of a bird's eye perspective of the Horseshoe Inn in Estes Park, Colorado, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (33.5 x 15.5 inches - blueprint, 37.5 x 15 inches - sketch with red stamp).The folder also includes two blueprints of perspective drawings of he Avery Coonley Residence (41.25 x 12 inches), Riverside Illinois and the Edward and Mamah Cheney residence (32.25 x 16 inches), Oak Park, Illinois.
19
A.H. Woolley Residence, Yale Park, Taylor Woolley, Architect
This folder includes the following ink on linen drawings (21 x 18 inches):
  • Basement plan
  • First and second floor plan
  • East and west elevations
  • Street elevation
  • Garden elevation
  • Interior elevations
  • Typical wall section (41.5 x 17 inches)
  • Sketch (16 x 16.75 inches)
20
Architectural Drawings
This folder includes 2 site plans (53 x 38 inches and 27.75 x22 inches) from the STE Revelle development, a community for C.M. Strevell designed by Taylor Woolley and R.J. Ashton.
21
STE Revelle, Community for C.M. Strevell, Taylor Woolley and R.J. Ashton, Architects
This folder includes blueprints and sketches for five house types (various dimensions).

MicrofilmReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Reel
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Architectural Drawings
These reels contain two copies of the architectural drawings included in the collection. Reel 2 is a duplicate copy of reel 1.

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Architects--Utah
  • Architecture--Utah--Designs and plans
  • Personal Names :
  • Woolley, Taylor A.--Archives
  • Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959
  • Young, Mahonri Mackintosh,-1877-1957
  • Geographical Names :
  • Salt Lake City (Utah)--Buildings, structures, etc.
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Architectural drawings
  • Correspondence
  • Memorabilia